To increase reputation to the true maximum rank, Allied, players must complete the A Realm Reborn series of Allied beast tribe quests. Reputation points earned through quests unlocked at this rank vary: The Moogle and Vanu Vanu quests grant 50 reputation points each (cap in 12 days at 3 quests per day).
The storytelling for each beast tribe quest line is also worth playing. I’ve found most of the quest lines in FFXIV good so far. The way the beast tribes work is first, do a series of quests to qualify to do the daily quests. Doing daily quests results in reputation gains that lead to different levels of reputation.
Beast Tribe Quests are daily quests that require the players to perform tasks dictated by various Beast Tribes. Beast Tribe Quests for Sylphs and Amalj’aa were added in patch 2.1. Quests for the Kobolds and Sahagin were added in patch 2.2.
According to the wiki, Beast Tribe Quests don’t unlock until you reach level 41 of the Main Scenario Quests, even if your character is over level 41. Once unlocked via the Main Scenario Quests the Beast Tribe Quests become dependent on character level and not Main Scenario Quest level.
Sylph Daily Quests are Beast Tribe Quests for the Sylph race. Players can find the Sylph quest-givers at Little Solace, East Shroud (x22,y26). To unlock the Sylph daily quests, player must complete the level 42 quest Seeking Solace. Players can start the quest by talking to Vorsaile Heuloix in New Gridania (x9,y11).
Unlocking the Qitari Beast Tribe In order to unlock the beast tribe, you will need to complete the quest called “The Stewards of Note”. This quest is available by talking to Concerned Mother in The Rak ‘ tika Greatwood (X: 21.0 Y: 27.6) with a level 70 or higher gatherer.
They are located in The Fringes – Castellum Velodyna (X:21.7 Y:26.2).
Obtained From: Selling NPC(3) Limsa Lominsa Upper Decks (X:11.3 Y:14.3) Old Gridania (X:10.0 Y:8.4) Ul’dah – Steps of Thal (X:12.6 Y:13.1)
” Beast tribe ” is a name appointed by the Eorzean government to the people with different philosophies and religions. Beast tribe is usually used to describe those who are not under the category of Human (Hyur, Elezen, Miqo’te, Lalafell, Roegadyn).