Final Fantasy 12 Hunts, otherwise referred to as Marks, become available pretty early on. You'll come across them during your playthrough of the main story, and are a decent way of earning some fairly significant rewards, but as you progress towards the more challenging ones - the Rank VII Marks and the Elite Marks - it's more about the pride.
Here on this page, we'll give you a quick introduction to what Mark Hunts are and how they work, before diving into a list of Marks and Elite Marks strategies and locations for each of the most challenging ones.
For everything else Final Fantasy 12 though, be sure to check out our main Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age guide and walkthrough hub!
Here's a list of our specific walkthroughs for some tough middle-Rank Marks, plus each and every Rank VII and Elite Mark in Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age - you can find more details on what exactly Hunts and Marks are meanwhile, and how they work, in the section further below.
Final Fantasy 12 Tricky Hunts list
>What follows is a list of the trickier 'regular' Hunts and Marks in Final Fantasy 12:
- Final Fantasy 12 - Piscodaemon and Black Sorceror
- Final Fantasy 12 - Goliath and Creature Collector
- Final Fantasy 12 - Deathscythe and Dead City Watch
- Final Fantasy 12 - Wild Marlboro and A Wild Stench
- Final Fantasy 12 - Catoblepas and Paying for the Past
- Final Fantasy 12 - Deathgaze and Visitor on Deck
- Final Fantasy 12 - Diabolos and Child Snatcher
- Final Fantasy 12 - Fafnir and Wyrm Wrath's Renewal
- Final Fantasy 12 - Pylraster and Who's the Strongest
Final Fantasy 12 Elite Hunt and Marks list
- Final Fantasy 12 - Chickatrice and Cluckatrice and Little Love on the Big Plains
- Final Fantasy 12 - Rocktoice and The Cry of Its Power
- Final Fantasy 12 - Gil Snapper and Paradise Risen
- Final Fantasy 12 - Orthros and Crime and Punishment
- Final Fantasy 12 - Trickster and Paramina Run
- Final Fantasy 12 - Antlion and Antlion Infestation
- Final Fantasy 12 - Carrot and A Carrot Stalk
- Final Fantasy 12 - Gilgamesh and Battle on the Big Bridge
- Final Fantasy 12 - Belito and A Dark Rumour
- Final Fantasy 12 - Behemoth King and Truth Shrouded in Mist
- Final Fantasy 12 - Ixion and Fishy Dreams
- Final Fantasy 12 - Shadowseer and God or Devil?
Final Fantasy 12 Ultimate Elite Hunt and Mark list
- Final Fantasy 12 Elite Hunts - Yiazmat Ultimate Elite Mark and Farewell to a Legend Ultimate Elite Hunt
For more help with? Final Fantasy 12? Our Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age guide, walkthrough, Switch and Xbox differences gives an overview of the game to get you started. Elsewhere, there's our hidden Espers strategy and locations and Elite Hunts and Marks pages, how to get the best Zodiac Jobs for each character, advice on farming LP from Jellies and even how to get the Zodiac Spear.
What are Hunts, Marks and Elite Marks and how do Hunts work in Final Fantasy 12?
These will be introduced to you in the very early stages of the game, and apart from the initial compulsory one the rest of these form an optional set of encounters that you can take on as you travel around the world. There are 45 in total; 32 are "standard" Marks that can be obtained from the Notice Board you can find in every pub and inn, 12 are "Elite" that you can get by speaking to Montblanc in the Clan building in Rabanastre, and the final one will unlock when you meet a few conditions. (See Farewell to a Legend for more information on that.)
Beyond their method of acquisition, the two types of Mark are essentially the same: accept the job, speak to the petitioner, locate your target, and kill it. Their difficulty levels overlap slightly - the first Elites are much easier than the last few standard Marks, but the last few Elites are in a class of their own - but other than that there's not a great deal of difference between them.
Away from Hunts and Marks though, be sure to cycle back to our main Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age guide and walkthrough hub for plenty more on the game in general!