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This page is for the Bounty Hunting system in Final Fantasy XV. Read on to learn more about Hunts and what you can receive from them!
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Bounty Hunts or simply Hunts are sidequests that can be taken from diners or restaurants. Each hunt requires the player to defeat an monster or a group of monsters somewhere around the map, which is usually an area close to where you took the hunt request.
There are monsters that can only be encountered during hunts.
For a complete list of Hunts and where to take them, check out the link below!
After you defeated the mark, or the target indicated on the hunt, you need to report back to any tipster to receive your reward. It does not need to be the one who gave you the hunt, the rewards will be the same.
Easier hunts are denoted by yellow markers. These are recommended for beginners or if you think that you are too underleveled based on the hunt's recommended level. Red markers denote the more difficult hunts, offering more challenge.
Generally, all targets on hunts are stronger than those you encounter in storyline quests.
Monsters in hunts appear only on certain times of the day. You can view which time they are Active and can be encountered on the hunt details which can be also reviewed in the Quest menu.
If you join a hunt where the targets are only active during nighttime, you will be prompted if you want to wait until nighttime. Choosing to wait will instantly skip you through the day and to the exact time when the targets are active while still being on the diner where you took the hunt.
To know more about skipping to nighttime, click the link below!
Hunter Rank is a system related to hunts which increases as you successfully complete hunts. You can increase your hunter rank by obtaining stars.
The number of stars that you acquire depends on the hunt that you successfully completed. Difficult targets usually provide more stars and better rewards.
Some hunts are unavailable at first (indicated by a greyed hunt name on the hunt list) and only becomes available once you reach the Hunter Rank required.
Check out the guide below to know more about increasing Hunter Rank!
|Basics of the Game|
|Basic Commands and Controls||How to Fast Travel|
|Recommended Settings Before Starting||How to Save Game and Save Locations|
|Should I Drive at Night?||What Dialogue Options to Choose|
|What to Do When You Run Out of Fuel||How to Sprint Infinitely|
|Things to Do in Each Town||How to Fast Forward to Nighttime|
|How to Use Potions and Items||How to Change Appearance|
|Combat Guide||How to Point-warp and Warp-strike Easily|
|Wait Mode or Active Mode?||How to Beat Daemons|
|How to Use Summons||How to Get High Grades on Report Cards|
|How to Use Ring Magic||How to Break the Damage Limit|
|When to Use Royal Arms||Elemancy System and How to Use Spells|
|How to Switch Characters||-|
|Explanation of Character Levels and Stats||Best Early Game Ascension Abilities|
|How to Farm AP||How to Increase Skill Levels|
|Merits and Demerits of Camping||How to Level Up Quickly|
|How to Farm EXP Quickly||-|
|Gil and Items|
|How to Earn Gil Quickly||How to Get Rare Coins|
|What to Buy Early in the Game||Best and Worst Treasure Items to Sell|
|List of Best Weapons and How to Get Them||List of Best Accessories and How to Get Them|
|List of Royal Arms Locations||List of Upgradable Weapons|
|Bounty Hunting Guide||How to Get Chocobos|
|How to Increase Hunter Rank||How to Unlock Regalia Type-F|
|How to Fish and Catch Big Fish||How to Win Chocobo Races|
|Justice Monsters Five Guide and Rewards||How to Use Multiple Balls at Once (Justice Monsters Five)|
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Noctis needs to sneak behind the Black Chocobo until Ignis distracts it. The player should keep the chocobo inside his field of view to see if it is looking around, if so, Noctis needs to duck (hold square). Keep on doing this while also moving towards the chocobo until Ignis distracts it. While it is distracted, pick up the glasses then run away before the timer ends.
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