- Main article: Duties
Guildhests are instanced group quests, usually involves a mini-dungeon or boss fight, that players can complete for experience and gil. Guildhests are designed to teach players basic group mechanics that will be needed later on during Dungeons and Trials. Initial Guildhests are quite easy, they become difficult as players level up and delve deeper. After completing at least one Guildleve, you can then talk to a Battlewarden after completing Simply The Hest (starting region specific) to unlock Guildhests.
Gil, experiences, and Grand Company seals are rewards for completing Guildhests. There is also a initial first-time bonus awarded per job, per character.
First you must unlock Guildleves. Each region has their own Guildleve unlock quest. Afterwards to unlock Guildhests, you must speak with a Battlewarden in one of the 3 original cities. To enter specific Guildhests, you must be at the required level otherwise the duty will not be available. Duty Roulette: Guildhests unlocks immediately upon completion of the first guildhest. The roulette can select from any of your unlocked guildhests, even if you have not yet completed your most recently unlocked guildhest.
|Lost Rabbit||Thanalan: Western Thanalan, Horizon||X: 23.2, Y: 16.6|
|Ribald||The Black Shroud: Central Shroud, Brentbatch Meadows||X: 22.5, Y: 21.7|
|Tiroro||La Noscea: Western La Noscea, Swiftperch||X: 34.5, Y: 31.2|
Guildhest Duty List
|Basic Training: Enemy Parties||10||4|
|Under the Armor||10||4|
|Basic Training: Enemy Strongholds||15||4|
|Hero on the Halfshell||15||4|
|Pulling Poison Posies||20||4|
|All's Well that Ends in the Well||25||4|
|Flicking Sticks and Taking Names||25||4|
|More than a Feeler||30||4|
|Annoy the Void||30||4|
|Shadow and Claw||35||4|
|Long Live the Queen||35||4|