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Yak T'el

These dense woodlands can be reached by dirigibles which cross the mountain range to the southeast of Tuliyollal. The highlands are rich in game and settled by the Xbr'aal. The lowlands, where the thick canopy blocks the sunlight, are inhabited by the Mamool Ja. The region is dotted with naturally occuring wells, known as cenotes, which are formed when water accumulates in sinkholes.

Elite Hunt Mark Spawn Locations Heat Map

SS RankSS MinionsS Rank A RankA RankB RankB Rank
Arch Aethereater
Crystal Incarnation
Neyoozoteel
Starcrier
Rrax Yity'a
Xty'iinbek
Leafscourge Hadoll Ja
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Spawn Window Spawn Trigger
Immediately after successfully killing all 4 minions that spawn after killing the zones S rank. After killing the S rank in the zone, mobs called Crystal Incarnations spawn at various predetermined locations marked above with the black FFXIV circles. Find all 4 of them and kill them before they de-spawn without losing aggro.
Rewards
Sacks of Nuts Tomestone of Poetics Tomestones of Aesthetics Tomestones of Heliometry(after 7.05) Cracked Novacluster Cracked Prismaticlusters
400 200 100 50 1 1
SS Rank

Arch Aethereater
Arch Aethereater


  There are many examples of odd, ambulant flora in Yak Tel, but the creature we call Neyoozoteel is odder than most. When it comes across anything that it thinks would make good fertilizer, it goes into a frenzy – swinging its roots like gnarled, knotted fists, vomiting corrosive sap every which way, and plucking hard, heavy seeds from its crown to hurl at its quarry like an angry punter at a festival game. The name means "he who spreads his roots," after the way it constantly wanders the jungles in search of sustenance. Wanderings that often bring it into contact with the local population. Encounters that rarely end well. Take the poor folk of Golmajiik Grove. Seems it's taken a liking to the stuff they use to fertilize their banana plots, so every delivery is a nerve–wracking game of cat and mouse. If you're planning to hunt it, perhaps a pinch of it could serve as the cheese in your trap.
Spawn Window Spawn Trigger
After Previous Kill: 84-132 hours
After maintenance: 50-80 hours
Discard a stack of 50 x Fish Meal from your inventory.
Rewards
Sacks of Nuts Tomestone of Poetics Tomestones of Aesthetics Tomestones of Heliometry(after 7.05) Cracked Novacluster Cracked Prismaticlusters
100 100 80 30 1 1
S Rank

Neyoozoteel
Neyoozoteel


  In the Ja Tiika Heartland that stretches below this rise live bird–like seedkin that we call branchbearers. The Starcrier is one of their kind, though it swaps the greens and browns of its brothers and sisters for plumage of an eye–catching crimson hue. And where its siblings have a relatively peaceable nature, it has an unquenchable thirst for blood. None know for sure where it came from, nor why it's so aggressive. Our best guess is that it somehow absorbed a branch of the Tree of Living Light into itself and was transfigured by its magic.
Spawn Window Spawn Trigger
4 to 6 hours Auto spawn after certain time after being killed.
Rewards
Sacks of Nuts Tomestone of Poetics Tomestones of Aesthetics Tomestones of Heliometry(after 7.05) Cracked Novacluster Cracked Prismaticlusters
40 30 20 10 Chance of 1 Chance of 1
A Rank

Starcrier
Starcrier


  Have you ever seen a Ty'Aitya? They're herbivores that live among the trees, gliding from bough to bough on wings of skin that stretch from wrist to ankle. Those same wrists sport horny blades that they usually use to saw open seedpods – though the ferocious critters will turn them against anything or anyone that encroaches onto their territory, be it a hungry carnivore or a wayward alpaca. And RASHUICHA is the most ferocious of them all. It seems to care less about guarding its territory than it does about keeping its arm–blades occupied. The name means "the cry of blood" because if you hear its call when you're out in the woods, that's what's likely to follow.
Spawn Window Spawn Trigger
4 to 6 hours Auto spawn after certain time after being killed.
Sacks of Nuts Tomestone of Poetics Tomestones of Aesthetics Tomestones of Heliometry(after 7.05) Cracked Novacluster Cracked Prismaticlusters
40 30 20 10 Chance of 1 Chance of 1
A Rank

Rrax Yity'a
Rrax Yity'a


  It's a name from my culture. It means 𢯪st from the underworld" after the number of good Xbr'aal it has dragged to their deaths. It uses its roots like grapnels, stabbing razor–sharp hooks into its quarry's flesh before reeling them in. After planting its seeds in their still–quivering corpses, it'll lay them out in the sun till the next generation sprouts. It's one of the main reasons why Xbr'aal parents always warn their children never go into the forest alone, lest they end up as a Xty'iinbek's brood–bed.
Spawn Window Spawn Trigger
5 Seconds Auto spawn 5 seconds after previous kill.
Sacks of Nuts Gil
100
If this is your weekly mark.
5,000
If this is your weekly mark.
B Rank

Xty'iinbek
Xty'iinbek


Many of the old legends of Mamook share the same moral lesson: that he who profanes the forest shall bring a curse upon his head. Every Mamool Ja grows up knowing it's their duty to protect their ancestral lands. One such fable speaks of the foolish Hadoll Ja, who played with fire and set the forest to flame. As punishment, he was cursed to become the Leafscourge – a monster made from the same foliage he turned to ash. The beast is very much real– a fiend born from the forest who summons up storms that reduce villages to ruin. Whether or not it does so to atone for the crimes of its past life is a matter for the mythologians.
Spawn Window Spawn Trigger
5 Seconds Auto spawn 5 seconds after previous kill.
Sacks of Nuts Gil
5,000
If this is your weekly mark.
5,000
If this is your weekly mark.
B Rank

Leafscourge Hadoll Ja
Leafscourge Hadoll Ja