In Final Fantasy XIV, you can summon your Chocobo to fight with you. They are your companion, and they have a unique level that you can increase by using this feature.
Gysahl Greens are the food you need to feed your Chocobo to summon him to fight with you. This is not how you summon him to ride, as that does not require any food.
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You can buy Gysahl Greens in Final Fantasy XIV on the Marketboard, in apartments, or at various merchants across the map. Stormblood has the most merchants with Gysahl Greens, but every area has at least one.
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Where to Buy Gysahl Greens in FFXIV
Gysahl Greens may not be necessary in FFXIV, but keeping a stack in your inventory is highly recommended. Otherwise, you won’t be able to summon your Chocobo to fight with you.
Luckily, at any given time, you’ll be within walking distance of a vendor that sells Gysahl Greens.
Although it’s not recommended, you can buy Gysahl Greens on the Marketboard.
They are usually extremely overpriced, but occasionally, you can buy them for less than the vendor’s price, so it’s worth checking out if you plan to buy a large amount.
- Kobai Goten Apartment Lobby (6-6) – Shirogane (Kugane)
- Lily Hills Apartment Lobby (6-6) – Lavender Beds (New Gridania)
- Sultana’s Breath Apartment Lobby (6-6) – Goblet (Ul’dah)
- Topmast Apartment Lobby (6-6) – Mist (Limsa Lominsa)
- Ingleside Apartment Lobby (6-6) – Empyreum (Isghard)
Apartment Merchants sell Gysahl Greens in their Purchase Items section, so don’t head to the Curious Crop Exchange, where you may think it lurks.
These merchants are located in the Apartment Lobby of each major residential area. Find the apartment on the map by searching for a large building icon with many windows.
ARR and Heavensward Merchants
- Traveling Merchant –The Dravanian Forelands (32-23)
- Vath Stickpeddler – The Dravanian Forelands (23-19)
- Vath Vendor – The Dravanian Forelands (24-19)
- Central Shroud (22-21)
If you’re a member of the Vath after doing Beast Tribe quests for them, you can use Black Gil to purchase Greens from them instead. However, there are much better uses for your Vath currency.
- The Peaks (24-6)
- The Peaks (16-36)
- The Ruby Sea (23-9.)
- The Lochs (10-21)
- Rhalgr’s Reach (12-11)
- Yanxia (25-13)
- Blessed Merchant – The Fringes (27-20)
- Enclave Merchant – The Ruby Sea (21-20)
- Local Merchant – The Lochs (34-34)
- Oroniri Merchant – The Azim Steppe (23-22)
- Traveling Merchant – The Azim Steppe (32-29)
- Tribe Merchant – The Fringes (30-26)
- Village Merchant – Yanxia (30-18)
If you’re wondering about some of the largest areas in Stormblood, you can always check out the Independent Merchant.
Stormblood is known for its vast wilds, so having these merchants can save you a lot of time when you want to stop by for some Greens while gathering aetherytes or doing quests.
- Aenc Ose – Il Mheg (16-33)
- Arms Supplier – Lakeland (6-17)
- Bureau Provisioner – The Tempest (21-26)
- Local Merchant – The Rak’tika Greatwood (28-18)
- Yuqurl Manl – The Rak’tika Greatwood (37-17)
- Local Merchant – Kholusia (34-27)
- Local Merchant – Kholusia (15-29)
- Mizutt – Lakeland (9-13)
- Pixie Hoarder – Il Mheg (15-32)
- Shan San – Amh Araeng (27-16)
- Ys Gyuf – Il Mheg (20-4)
There are plenty of places to buy Gysahl Greens in Shadowbringers, so no matter which area of Norvandt you’re in, you’ll have access to your Chocobo food.
- Coiningway – Mare Lamentorum (17-16)
- N-0598 – Ultima Thule (27.7, 24.7)
Gysahl Greens are rare in Endwalker but with good reason.
By the time you get here, it’s unlikely you’ll need any Greens as you’ll probably be stocked up.
- Lakeland (19-19)
- The Azim Steppe (12-33)
- The Azim Steppe (31-11)
- The Ruby Sea (39-38)
- The Peaks (20-11)
- The Fringes (9-11)
- The Peaks (27-37)
- Lakeland (36-20)
- Lakeland (19-35)
- The Peaks (28-29)
- The Ruby Sea (31-37)
- Amh Araeng (11-17)
- Yanxia (16-31)
The merchants of Stormblood and Shadowbringers are also always ready to repair your gear and sell you Gysahl Greens.
Most of them are located in small settlements, so you won’t have to look through too many vendors to find them.
- Kholusia (11.8, 8.8)
- Amh Araeng (12.8, 9.8)
- Elpis (24.2, 24.6)
- Labyrinthos (6.2, 27.4)
- Garlemald (12.9, 30.4)
- Idyllshire (6.1, 7.2)
- Labyrinthos (20.9, 33.6)
- Thavnair (29.4, 17.1)
- Elpis (9.5, 32.3)
- Labyrinthos (22, 22)
- Garlemald (31.3, 17.4)
- Labyrinthos (29.8, 12.8)
- Thavnair (10.3, 23.2)
- Labyrinthos (21, 6.7)
- Elpis (9.5, 32.3)
- Thavnair (24.8, 34.1)
If you’re peddling through Endwalker, this is probably where you want to buy Gysahl Greens.
In Endwalker (and some Shadowbringers areas), you can summon your Chocobo with the treats found at the Junkmonger. Keep in mind, though, that not all junkmongers have Greens, only the above locations.
- Andia – The Crystarium (9-12)
- Jasfort – The Crystarium (10-9)
- Bango Zango – Limsa Lominsa Lower Decks (10-11)
- Dadden – Eulmore (12-11)
- Denys – Foundation (8-10)
- Fahruvvet – Radz-at-Han (12-10)
- Maisenta – New Gridania (11-11)
- Roarich – Ul’dah – Steps of Nald (10-9)
- Spanner – The Firmament (10-14)
- Synnove – Old Sharlayan (13-10)
- Tack and Feed Trader – The Gold Saucer (6-5)
- Tokohana – Kugane (13-1)
- Unskynwyb – Old Sharlayan (5-9)
Although they have titles like “Merchant and Mender,” the city merchants tend to have names that can cause confusion. Look for the above to find the best place to buy Gysahl Greens when you’re in the city.
Now that you know how to buy Gysahl Greens and summon your Chocobo to fight, you will never be alone.
Store some in your Retainer so that you can access them from any city, residential area, and more. Now let me know, where do you get your Gysahl Greens?