Zelda Breath of the Wild Amiibo cannot be used again today (Switch)

"This amiibo can not be used again today" ..but I didn't use it today!

There is a delay of 24-hours between using most Amiibo.. but randomly it seems to not reset this timer. Fix this by restarting the Switch.

OK.. How do you restart the switch?

Hold the power button on the actual console tablet and a menu will pop up. Choose "Power Options" and you will get the option to Restart or Turn Off the switch.

It can't be restarted with the controllers alone.

If that doesn't fix it..

  • Close Zelda if it's open

  • Disable the Internet connection

  • Go into Date and Time settings

  • Turn off synchronize clock via internet.. that will unlock the option to edit date and time.

  • Set the clock 24 hours (1 day) ahead.

    note: you can actually set the clock backwards too.. just note that your save files are in chronological order so make sure you load the correct saves after.

Try the busted Amiibo again.. it should work.

Final Fantasy XV - Items to not sell

UPGRADE MATERIALS (and where to get them)

  • Rusted Bit
    Common collectible

  • Glass Gemstone
    Common collectible

  • Sturdy Helixhorn
    Leukorn (75% horn break), Duplicorn (10% horn break) (Old Lestallum hunts)

  • Metal Scrap
    Common collectible

  • Coeurl Whiskers
    Coeurl (50%, SW Duscae), Elder Coeurl (100%, Taelpar Rest Area hunt)

  • Cactuar Needle
    Collectible south of Vesperpool, enemy rarely appears in various places

  • Dynamo
    Collectible (Outside Glacial Grotto)

  • Sky Gemstone
    A Feline Feast sidequest

  • Hydraulic Cylinder
    Collectible (north of Fort Vaullerey)

  • Magnetron
    Collectible (Gralea)

  • Magitek Core
    Collectible (Gralea)

  • Monster Claw
    Bandersnatch (100%, Malmalam Thicket)

  • Barbed Scythe
    Killer Wasp (75%, Malmalam Thicket)

  • Earth Gemstone
    Common Collectible

  • Spiked Armor
    Skarnbulette (75%, break appendage, Cauthess Rest area hunt)

How to No Man's Sky

- Where to find Atlas Pass v2, v3 recipes
Use bypass chips at beacons and search for Operation Centers. Get enough of them right and you will have them

- What to do with Atlas Stones
Save 10 of them and turn them in to the Atlas station during the Atlas path mission to create a new star

- Move a little faster on the ground
Hit the melee button while sprinting (r3, r1) then use your jetpack (x) to do a "long jump"

- Upgrade your ship for cheap
two options here:
1) save up then delete all the upgrades from your current ship when you're ready to go ship shopping. The ships that show up are relative to your current ship's value

2) find a distress beacon on the planet to lead you to a damaged ship you can salvage. The damaged ship will sometimes have more slots and it's MUCH cheaper to repair the launcher than buy a new ship outright

No Man's Sky Review

The first 8 hours are interesting and full of wonder.. after that it's basically 100 hours of the same thing.

There's plenty to do:
- Increase your inventory slots
- Increase your multitool slots
- Increase your ship's slots
- Upgrade everything (with recipes you find)
- Warp to new systems
- Explore planets and see weird creatures
- Learn alien languages to improve your ability to answer dialog challenges and trades

But all the content maxes out very, very quickly.

Soon every upgrade recipe you find will be a duplicate. Every planet has the same resources. Ship upgrades cost an insane amount of units (max ship upgrade at 48 slots with decent upgrades could cost as much as 180,000,000 units)

Trading is meticulous.

You find the variety dies out and all you're doing is grinding.

Quick and easy Pokemon GO guide

* Updated as information is available *

- When you are within range of a pokestop it will open up and become clickable. You can then swipe the center circle which contains an image of the landmark.
- Swiping the circle will cause several items to pop out in bubbles. Tap the bubbles to collect items.
- Items found at pokestops include: potions, revives, pokemon eggs, and razz berries

Note: once you've used a pokestop it turns purple. After 5 minutes it will turn blue again and you can get more items

Catching pokemon
- they pop up on the map and you have to tap them to enter battle
- swipe the pokeball at the bottom of your screen and aim for the green circle that gets larger and smaller on the pokemon as you hold your finger on the ball

Note: generally you want to keep pokemon with higher CP (CP stands for "Combat Power")
Note: the same type of pokemon can have different moves. So even if the CP is higher you may want to keep the one with stronger moves

Note: to make a pokemon easier to catch you can use a razz berry found at pokestops

Threat circles (the inner circle of the circle you have to throw pokeballs through)
- the SMALLER the ring is, the easier the pokemon will be to catch
- Hold your finger on the pokeball to adjust the ring's size
- In the beginning threat level is almost always green.. use a regular pokeball, no worries
- Threat level yellow or red, use razz berries to calm them down (will change yellow to green or red to yellow.. etc.) or a stronger pokeball (you will get great balls, ultra balls, or master balls from pokestops as your level increases)

Note: threat level yellow or higher pokemon can flee or escape!

Throwing curve balls
- Hold the pokeball and make a rotating motion until it sparkles.. then let go

Nearby pokemon
- In the corner of your screen you will see icons indicating nearby pokemon.
- Tapping those icons will open up a larger screen showing a hint of how close that pokemon is to you. Each footprint is about a block. As you move you will see the footprint decrease or increase depending on if you're getting closer or further.
- exact measurements are 10, 20, and 30 meters (or 10 meters per paw)

Note: 10 meters is approximately 32 feet

Finding more pokemon
- Use incense (an item in the shop) to increase the frequency of pokemon encounters for only you
- Use lures at pokestops to increase the frequency of pokemon encounters for anyone near the pokestop

Leveling up your trainer
- Evolving a pokemon gives you +1000xp
- You get bonus XP for hitting the green circle when you catch a pokemon (good throw)
- Adding a pokemon to your pokedex gives you bonus xp
- Every pokemon you get gives you XP
- Visiting pokestops gives you XP (+50 I think)

Pokemon Eggs
- you can see your pokemon eggs by going to menu > pokemon and then tapping the eggs tab
- store pokemon eggs in an incubator and travel 5 km to hatch them (1km = 0.6 mi)
- pokemon eggs can become any random pokemon

Pokemon Teams

- You will be able to choose a team once you reach level 5.
- There are 3 teams to choose from.. Blue is the best ;)
- To level up, perform actions such as catching pokemon or visiting pokestops

Gym battles (must be level 5+)
- each pokemon has a standard move you can use by tapping the pokemon and a special move that fills up underneath your health
- up to 6 pokemon can be chosen to battle
- to use a special move, make sure the gauge is full enough and then hold your finger down on your pokemon

Note: you can dodge enemy attacks by swiping right or left at the right time

How to heal and revive pokemon (don't worry about this until you are level 5+)
- click the pokeball on the main screen to open your menu, then go to items.
- Potions will heal 20 HP of a single pokemon
- Revives will revive a fainted pokemon and restore 50% of its HP

Note: you can buy potions and revives using pokecoins in the shop
Note: for free potions & revives, visit a pokestop. Swipe the circle image in the center. 3-4 items will appear that you must tap to retrieve. The items include revives and potions

Leveling up pokemon
- To make your pokemon stronger, defeat pokemon in gym battles
- do a power up by spending stardust and candy

note: you can reach the power up and evolve options by selecting a pokemon from menu > pokemon
note: if you have a lucky egg, save up your pidgey and rattata. once you have a ton of candies and pokemon, use the lucky egg and evolve them all for 1000xp each! transfer your pidgeottos for pidgey candy as evolving them costs too much and doesn't give you any additional XP.

Pokemon candy
- Earn pokemon candy by transferring the pokemon in an evolutionary chain to the professor (IE. pidgey, pidgeotto, and pidgeot will all generate pidgey candy)
- To initiate a transfer: 1. open the menu 2. select the pokemon you want to transfer 3. scroll down to the transfer button
Note: transferring pokemon is non-reversible! don't accidentally transfer the wrong pokemon

- Potion: A spray-type medicine for treating wounds. It restores the HP of one Pokemon by 20 points
- Revive: A Medicine that can revive fainted pokemon. It also restores half of a fainted Pokemon's maximum HP
- Lucky Egg:
- Incense: Pulls a pokemon to you every 5 minutes if standing still and every 1 minute if walking for every 400m.
- Poke Ball
- Lure Module
- Razz berry
- Egg Incubator

Other tips/tricks
- Evolving fainted pokemon gives them full health
- walking about 300 ft and then waiting will probably have the greatest result in pokemon encounters. This is due to server response times between Niantic and Google Maps. If you are moving quickly the pokemon encounters can't load fast enough because you enter into multiple geo-zones.
- you can give your pokemon names by touching the pencil on their status screen to the right of their default names
- at pokestops you can spin the picture and then close it without popping the bubbles. All items will automatically be added to inventory (useful if driving)
- if you see a grass animation on your map, that means it is more likely there are pokemon there

- Rename your Eevee to force what it evolves into:
Pyro - becomes Flareon
Rainer - becomes Vaporeon
Sparky - becomes Jolteon

Pokemon battle tactics
Pokemon is basically a giant game of rock-paper-scissors.

fire beats grass, grass beats water, water beats fire.

Final Fantasy Explorers Quick Review


Monster Hunter players will recognize the format. The staging area is some random town with a giant crystal in it. There’s a shop, a quest giver, some moogles that give you special stuff when you meet conditions, and a few mostly-irrelevant NPCs to tell you about some especially important thing you have to do or kill.

You receive quests and sub-quests from an NPC at the counter alongside an "assignments" desk where you can send your monster pets or SpotPassers to complete missions for rewards (palicos? hunters for hire?).

To start on a quest you exit the town and enter a map area. Areas are unlocked as you complete quests or explore unblocked areas. After a few tutorials you’ll gain access to an airship that will take you deeper into the world without having to walk. Usually your quest objective will show on the map as a flashing red dot so there’s not too much thought required to complete the mission.

There's no character level or experience to gain. You mark your progress by EL (equipment level?) which is based on your gear and abilities. Abilities are where it gets interesting. You get 8 ability slots  (L+A/B/X/Y and R+A/B/X/Y) that are somewhat limited by your available Load (more powerful abilities take up more load). As you use your abilities, you gain crystal resonance which allows you to use crystal moves (?) with special effects (L+R+A/B/X/Y). These effects can be applied to your existing abilities (called mutations) permanently by spending CP (crystal points?) at the ability crystal. Adding additional effects will essentially level up that ability. For example, you learn Cure and you can add additional HP recovery attributes to it to increase it's power. Adding attribute mutations will increment the ability level.. Cure 1, Cure 2, etc. You can also give your custom abilities their own names. Like if you want to level up a bow skill to do additional fire and critical damage for defeating Shiva (the ice boss) and have a another for doing poison damage at extended range for general play.

Gear can be crafted or upgraded using monster drops. Monster companions can be created using monster essence (?). There's also a special Trance meter that allows you to call upon the power of bosses you've encased in magicite or heroes such as Cloud. Once you're trance meter is full, and you've unlocked the Trance, you can trigger the special trance mode.. Cloud’s Omnistrike!


Joining quests is pretty annoying. You tap the person's name in your list, then select join quest.. then walk over to the exit to set yourself as ready to depart. None of which the game tells you. I imagine there are quite a few people confused with their first time in multiplayer.


There is no 3D on this 3DS game. The cutscenes for the eidolons are pretty cool but otherwise the game is pretty generic. You do get to customize your character in the beginning with a limited preset of options and new equipment will change your appearance.


That's pretty much it. It's certainly an interesting game for Final Fantasy fans but not impressive in any way. If you don't mind exploring and you enjoy grinding for drops to build gear.. this is definitely a way to spend your time doing it.

Xenoblade Chronicles X Ether Blossom Dance Guide

!! Work in progress !!

This is an end game/post game build guide. I made this because I hate watching videos but also because a lot of people want to know and there weren't a lot of friendly resources :)


Offensive Stance, Zero Zero, Primer, Ghostwalker, Tornado Blade, True Stream Edge, Rising Blade, Blossom Dance

*Zero Zero is learned after completing Celica's affinity quest.
To get Celica (and access to Celica's affinity quest) you must complete these missions:
- New in New LA (Celica joins)
A Girl's Wings

*Blossom Dance is learned after Nagi's affinity quest: Reporting for Duty.

Class Skills

Fast Forward (Galactic Knight Rank 5)
Supreme Sword (Blast Fencer Rank 10)
Aura Assault (Blast Fencer Rank 7)
Ether Boost (Blast Fencer Rank 2)
Core Crusher (Psycorruptor Rank 10)


Ultra Nebulan Dryads III (Dual Guns)
Note: or anything Ultra dropped from lv.60+ enemies with Potential Up/Potential Boost

Bewitched Glaive: Receding Rust (Longswords)
Note: Dropped from Noctilum tyrant Lugalbanda, the Wanderer-King (lv.88 chimera) near 209.. You'll want to watch the guide video to see the location. Make sure it has attribute Ether! To kill it.. scout some badasses. Look for lv. 60 drifters with dual guns/longswords at the squad console ;)


Anything Ultra Infinite with HP, TP, potential up. Dropped from lv.60+ enemies.


Arts: Gain TP XX (3)
Melee Attack Up XX (3)
Potential Up XX (4)

Note: If you go to engineer an augment and you notice it shows ???, that's because you haven't found the first material needed to craft it. Get 1 of the material and it will show up!

If you want to see where things are and more explanations watch the video by Chaosloki

Xenoblade Chronicles X Squad Tasks Guide

See this page for an almost complete list.. a lot of the info was copied from here.

Thanks Gabbelgak :)

Squad Task Number 1
Hunt Forfex
Primordia FN Site 107 (West of NLA) - Crabs all around the beach below level 10

Hunt Theroids
This is basically any beast type any in the game. Head out just to the East of NLA and there are some grex you can kill at FN Site 116

Collect Amana Durian
Noctilum "North Forest Area" this is the entire area from FN Site 221 (lower section of map) up to FN Site 225 (across the landbridge to the north of 221)

Hunt Papil
Primordia FN Site 103 (West near Noctilum) Head east a bit from the teleport, they are the wasp like enemies hovering above the lake. Level 10ish.

Hunt Puge
Oblivia FN Site 306 (Center west near canyon) Head across the land bridge to the west over the canyon. They are all in the base area.

Squad Task Number 2
Hunt Scirpo
These are the spider enemies with sacks under them, they are in lots of places. If your very low level Primordia Roof Rock (NE of NLA) has some below level 10 but few of them. If your higher level use FN 120 (East Primordia) fly over the mountain directly north of you and land just on the other side. There is a ton of level 30 ones.

Hunt Vesper
Primordia Grieving Plains (West of NLA), head south when you teleport in and you'll see 2 groups of them near the rocks kind of close to the water that will be on your right.

Hunt Xiphias
Primordia Northpointe Cove (North of NLA) There are a bunch of level 25 ones that are floating above the water here.

Hunt Grex
Primordia Just east of NLA, if you teleport to FN Site 116 there are some within view and more to the south.

Hunt Pugilith
Oblivia 305 (North) level 25-30 ones here walking along to the east or alternatively Mesa Fortress teleport (Middle/West on map near canyon) will have quite a few all around you.

Squad Task Number 3
Collect Fauna
This is a broad category of collectible that can be found literally everywhere in the game.

Hunt Mortifole
Primordia, FN Site 119 (South East), jump of the ledge directly in front of you as you teleport in. The enemies are disguised as the flowers you see along the road below. Bump into them to fight them, they will not have red dots on the minimap.

Hunt Insectoids
These are literally everywhere in the game. Aaroy Plain in Oblivia for some level 20 mosquito's.

Hunt Galdr
Noctilum, FN Site 210 (North part of middle section), head west a little across the bridge. There are some level 35 ones flying slightly above the ground.

Hunt Diogenes, the Covetous [Tyrant]
Oblivia, FN Site 318 (East), Head southwest from the teleport down the path that leads out into the main desert. He is a level 28 Gorilla style enemy.

Squad Task Number 4
Hunt Xiphias
Primordia Northpointe Cove (North of NLA) There are a bunch of level 25 ones that are floating above the water here.

Hunt Germivore
Noctilum - Seabound Coil Tree (Bottom of middle section) These enemies are disguised as plants and will not have red dots on the map. Walk out from where you teleport in to the west and follow the coast a bit to the north. They huddle in groups of 2 and 3 - look for plants hard to see if your in a skell. These are below level 10.

Hunt Mechanoids
Everywhere in the game, anything mechanical. Oblivia 306 West across the chasm has some level 20 puges

Hunt Shrad
Cauldros FN Site 515 (Far East) You want to go up the mountain near the teleport to the southwest 1 hex, there are tons of level 40 ones

Hunt Petramand
Sylvalum FN Site 415 / Cauldros Threshold, low 40's hanging out on the northern wall.

Squad Task Number 5
Hunt Potamus
Primordia FN Site 102, this is where you begin the game. They are sitting in the fields near the water a little east of where you teleport in.

Hunt Ovis
Oblivia Ruins on the the Butte teleport, there is a bunch of these on the top platform here in the tiny fort. Levels 12-16.

Hunt Thallus
Noctilum FN Site 225 (bottom of middle continent), Head south just as you teleport in and they are along the path level 27ish.

Hunt Marnuck
Oblivia FN Site 311 (northeast) there are 2 little forts near where you teleport in that have level 25 Marnuck.

Hunt Aprica
Oblivia FN Site 302 (west side of map), There are 2 of these relatively close to where you teleport in, a bit north and east. They are the giant deer things, have a lot of HP for what level they are.

Squad Task Number 6
Hunt Piscinoids
Noctilum FN Site 221 (Southern part of continent), head south a bit til you come to a cave and go inside, it's full of level 12 ones floating around. Alternatively to get there use Old Dragontail Tree teleport head east to the human camp and north into the cave.

Hunt Terebra
Primordia South West of Grieving Planes teleport (NW of NLA). Bunch of level 1-3 ones on the lake edge south side (they jump out as you approach)

Hunt Insidia
Noctilum FN Site 214 (upper portion mid section of map) - After you teleport jump down off the first ledge right next to you and look at the path next to you. It is full of level 29ish enemies.

Hunt Yama, the Obliviator [Tyrant]
Noctilum Tripod Rock Teleport (southern portion of map) and he's just north of you. Level 33 Huge walking tree thing. He has a TON of health for this level. May have difficulty without 1 level 50 skell.

Collect Mizaria Celery
Sylvalum Lake Area Earling Morning / Rain - The lake area is the large blue section when your looking at the map in the middleish. South Ciel Sandsea, FN Site 408 and 411 are all within it's boundaries.

Squad Task Number 7
Hunt Unafulge
Noctilum, Old Dragontail Tree (South), from the teleport in jump down off the tree and head east. Take a left at the human camp into the cave. There are a ton of level 12 ones in the cave.

Hunt Ferdinand, the Fortuitous [Tyrant]
Oblivia, FN Site 316 (Northeast), Head southeast a bit across the lake and you'll see a path with monster bones. Go through the monster bones and you'll see a level 40 giant tree enemy sitting there, the Tyrant is a small level 28 monster sitting next to it.

Hunt Turba
Noctilum, Old Dragontail Tree (South), from the teleport in jump down off the tree and head east, at the human camp go straight past it (east still) and there is group of level 20 ones flying around.

-Hunt Simius
Noctilum, Potters Rock (South, first spot you enter Noctilum) head just north of you and you will see a level 14 one at a cave entrance. If you go inside the cave there a bunch more but higher levels.

Hunt Vivohast
Sylvalum FN Site 408 (Center), Just north a bit and east along the wall. You will run into a group of level 56 ones. (Slow down if in Skell to allow them to visably load in)

Squad Task Number 8
Hunt Forfex
Primordia FN Site 107 (West of NLA) - Crabs all around the beach below level 10

Hunt Adsecula
Oblivia 306N (at night)  - Low 20's flying around, mosquito like enemy

Hunt Prone (Cavern Clan)
Primordia Seaswept Ridge (east of NLA) Head northeast just a little, this is the camp you go to very early in the story.

Hunt Oc-serv
Sylvalum FN Site 403 (SW of map)- 2 Tellurium Oc-serv level 30 as you head north or SW a bit from FN Site 405

Hunt Enhanced Search Zig [Tyrant]
Oblivia, Level 48, Time Any, Wildcat Fortress teleport which is 1 hex southwest of FN Site 504 near the entrance to Cauldros from Sylvalum. It is guarding one of the towers, if you use the Wildcat Fortress teleport you have to move up a little closer before it will come into view.

Squad Task Number 9
Hunt Saltat
Oblivia, these are the birds with horn heads, FN Site 316 (Northeast of map) has some mid 20's all around the port in.

Collect Bullet Fly
Cauldros Old Battleground Area, this is the entire western side of the contindent, west of the lava where you first would enter Cauldros on foot. FN Site 502

Hunt Purgovent
Oblivia 308 (North), Big fish, couple level 38 ones here floating above the ocean

Hunt Quo
Noctilum FN Site 210 (North as you can go without flying) There is a camp just northwest of where you teleport in that has level 23 ones.

Hunt Ictus
Oblivia FN Site 309 (Middilish of map) There are 2 level 40 ones that roam close to the port

Squad Task Number 10
Hunt Humanoids
Literally everywhere. Primordia Seaswept Ridge (east of NLA) is the camp full of them you go to early in the story

Hunt Caecus
Noctilum Seabound Coil Tree (NW of FN Site 220) - Only a few at this location but they are below level 30. -- Alternatively, Sylvalum FN Site 420, Jump down and south a bit. There is a group of level 40 ones in this area.

Hunt Auravis
Primordia Arendt Bridge (way up north) All along the bridge level 20ish bird enemies.

Hunt Petramond
Sylvalum FN Site 415 / Cauldros Threshold, low 40's hanging out on the northern wall.

Hunt Vendura's Galdr [Tyrant]
Oblivia, Level 50, Time 19:00-05:00, If you use Scabland Fortress teleport (1 NW of FN 307, southern section of continent) it is sitting directly below you inside the enemy fort.

Squad Task Number 11
Hunt Evello
Primordia FN Site 114 (Just NE of NLA) go a little bit north west from where you teleport in they run around the field, level 15 chicken.

Hunt Caro
Noctilum FN Site 214 (North middle) you come here during the story, turn and head east and they are all along the path low 20's. **There was a report these particular Caro's did not register for the quest, an alternative location is Sylvalum FN Site 418 (Northeast), turn around and on the mountain they are all over the place.

Hunt Cinicula
Primordia FN Site 114, same spot as the Evello for this task. These are giant insects and are tough for their level (22).

Hunt Kringe, the Hunting Arrow [Tyrant]
Cauldros, Titan's Table (Southwest) - If your coming from the Titan's table teleport head west past the level 55 giant Cantor enemy on the bridge. Wait just a second past him it took him a second to have him load visably. He is a level 40 Caro.

Hunt Milsaadi
Cauldros, FN Site 512 (South east) as soon as you spawn in there are level 50+ ones all in the camp

Squad Task Number 12
Hunt Duoguill
Primordia Silent Mire (Northeast of NLA) level 20 ones floating above lake.

Hunt Qmoeva
Cauldros Sunset Falls (South/Middleish of continent), Fly straight up and they are all over the place guarding the skies. Level 40ish.

Hunt Murra
Sylvalum - FN Site 406 (middle west of continent), head a bit east from where you teleport in. They are the very small bat like creatures, there are a couple of groups of them, level 35ish.

Hunt Blaudolch, the Chalcedony [Tyrant]
Sylvalum Level 20, Any Hour, Horse looking enemy, teleport to FN Site 403 (Farthest southwest area of map) head south just a little bit and he is sitting there. ** Reports that this guy is a rare spawn. If he isn't there then 2 white progens are there, fast travel to 403 and look again.

Hunt Leviath
Primordia FN Site 120, east of NLA These are the giant fish like things that fly around. Level 40+

Squad Task Number 13
Hunt Mephite
Oblivia FN Site 306 (Center near canyon) only a few here but right next to the teleport.

Hunt Mechanoids
This is all mechanics in the game so tons of places, Oblivia FN Site 305 (North) has some sub level 20 puges right next to the teleport.

Hunt Lophid
Cauldros FN Site 506 (Center, lava) Giant fish things, there are some floating over the lava here just north of teleport, will want a flying Skell for this spot.

Collect Thunderbolt Emblem
Sylvalum Found in the Delusion Mountain Area (Note NOT the summit!) This is all around the base of the mountain in the middle eastern portion of the map. FN Site 418 is a teleport within the area.

Hunt Balaena
Primordia FN Site 121 (Far east) Again this is giant fish things. They are floating a bit off the continent on both the north and south sides. Level 48+ They have a boatload of health probably want a level 50 skell for these.

Squad Task Number 14
Hunt Insectoids
Literally everywhere, Aaroy Plain in Oblivia for some level 20 mosquito's.

Hunt Marnuck
Oblivia Milligan Supply Base (Middle/North on map), level 30-40 area.

Hunt Ro-Darm, the Demon Claw [Tyrant]
Oblivia Level 38 Oc-serv Tyrant 1 Hex south of FN Site 308 (Mid North of map) - He is laying down on the beach will not have a red dot, walk up to it and it will agro. It's near the level 40 Putrid Falsaxum (big walking bug)

Collect Beaporge
Sylvalum Great Sand Hill Area, teleport FN Site 407 (north on map) Fairly high rarity decent amount of spots to pick up near teleport without fighting.

Hunt Dilus
Noctilum FN Site 217 (South on map) for a pack of level 37 ones all in the water right where you port in.

Squad Task Number 15
Hunt Hephaestus, the Absconder [Tyrant]
Primordia 19:00 - 05:00, Level 25 Duoguill (Floating Fish)

Roof Rock Fast Travel Point (Northeast of NLA) Look north for the huge rock dome with a pond. it's under that

Hunt Dobromila, the Alluring [Tyrant]
Sylvalum Any Hour, Level 63, South of 413 in the lake. There's a few groups of flowers.. it's the biggest flower past the first group.

Hunt Sarchosuchus, the Iron Eater [Tyrant]
Noctilum Any Hour, Level 39 Alligator, use FN Site 217 Fast Travel (Southern Part of map) and head just slightly northeast. He is totally hidden and you have to walk over him to make him appear. He's just a little past the big rock you'll see as you swim to the northeast.

Hunt Vilem, the Gold-Scaled [Tyrant]
Oblivia Any Hour, Level 45, Use FN Site 321 (North East Oblivia) and walk a bit north west to the lake. This little guy floats above the lake right near the shore.

Hunt Truppe, the Ceaseless Dark [Tyrant]
Cauldros, 19:00 - 05:00, Level 53 Crab type, use FN Site 516 (Farthest northeast island), Fly up a bit and to the south and you'll see a kind of walkway built into the ledge of the mountain. There is a cave entrance here to the Old Ceremonial Hollow. Once inside head south and he is down that tunnel. There are other level 50+ enemies in the cave as well and he is surrounded by a bunch of tiny crabs.

Squad Task Number 16

dieter, the epicure
Primordia 110SE lvl39

Sylvalum 405 / lvl21~30 abyssal sacrifole

Sylvalum 401 / lvl31~40 jade jacul

Sylvalum 405E, 411SW / lvl21-30 insectoid

Sylvalum 416 / lvl31~40 assault barrager zig (mechanoid)

Squad Task Number 17 [via megadude000]
Entrance of Cauldros. level 30-34 (Scholes Battlegrounds)

Collect: Brambloo Shoots
same area as the monceros (Scholes Battlegrounds/Drongo Caravan) or Slavebird Island

level 30-35 in Oblivia near King's Fall (down and to the left of FN 311)

level 50 versions in the east side of Lake Ciel in Sylvalum

Jia Mian, the Beloved [Tyrant]
Cauldros jacul lv. 50 NE of Mount M'gando

Squad Task Number 18
Not found as of making the sticky, try searching below someone may have added info in a later post.

Squad Task Number 19
Hunt Aprica
Noctilum FN Site 221, 2 Spawn here (Daytime Only)

Hunt Sylooth
Oblivia 1 Tile South of FN Site 316, 2 Spawn in the canyon path here.

Hunt Tectinsula
Oblivia Twin Arches (2 Tiles East of FN site 302), 2 Spawn here (need to be walked on to get them to pop out of the ground).

Hunt Xe-Dom
Sylvalum Wanders around the north parts of the map, (Caution, these guys hit like trucks. Take care when fighting them)

Hunt Coronid
Sylvalum Lake Ciel (all around it), (Also be mindful, these guys hit hard too).

Squad Task Number 20
Hunt Aeviter
Noctilum 1 space SE of FN Site 206, Enemies are burrowed up on a ledge until you walk over them. (Caution, they are level 60-70, and there is a level 89 tyrant buried in amongst them as well).

Hunt Vigent
Oblivia, 1 Space SE of FN Site 313, Only found during the day (5:00 - 19:00). Only one found here, hits hard, might be better spots elsewhere.

Hunt Virago
Sylvalum FN Site 418, Go slightly south up the hill, plenty of them to be found.

Hunt Tersqual
Sylvalum FN Site 411, Several Spawn here (crocodile things).

Gather Mayuena Cactus
Oblivia Northern Coast (Between FN Site 305 and FN Site 308), Blue diamond collectibles, (seem uncommon, but not rare).



For enemy locations and pretty much all other stuff:

True form Elma


To enable Elma's true form after it's revealed in Xenoblade Chronicles X..

press + > settings > change game settings > system settings

Then scroll to Appearance and toggle to True Form.

Since no one reads. I skipped the pop up explaining where to go and had to google it too :)

Elma's true form