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How to Find Gauki Strongblade Elite Mark in FFXIV

Final Fantasy XIV is full of different marks for players to track down and hunt throughout the game. These marks lead to valuable seals and rewards, including special armor and mounts. One such elite mark is Gauki Strongblade, which players can only find in a single map in all of FFXIV.

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Where to find Gauki Strongblade in FFXIV
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Where do I find Gauki Strongblade in FFXIV?

Gauki Strongblade has only place where he appears in the entire world. To get to this mark, you need to first accept the weekly Elite Veteran Clan Mark Bill. Once you have that, you will be able to find this world boss only in the Ruby Sea area from the Stormblood expansion.

The tricky part about this is Gauki Strongblade can show up in a few different spots within this map, so you will likely need to check all of them. Here are all seven of the locations in the Ruby Sea where you can find this elite mark:

  • Ruby Sea: X: 4, Y: 22
  • X: 6, Y: 29
  • X: 14, Y: 14
  • X: 24, Y: 26
  • X: 24, Y: 32
  • X: 27, Y: 30
  • X: 32, Y: 37
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Gauki Strongblade tips and rewards

Once you find the Gauki Strongblade optional boss in FFXIV, it is now time to take him down. The key here is to be at least level 70 or higher. In addition, you really need as close to a full party as you can possibly get. Even though he is only a B-Rank mark, this is still a powerful foe that demands as many players in a party as possible.

If you defeat Gauki Strongblade, you will earn yourself 5,000 Gil and 100 Centurio Seals. You can use those seals to turn them in for various rewards like weapons, armor, and more.

Final Fantasy XIV is available right now for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

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