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Wavekin (Striped Ray)
Aggression level 4
The Ruby Sea

Okina is a Rank S Elite Mark found in The Ruby Sea.

Map of Spawn Points

Killing the Elite Mark will reward the player up to Centurio Seal 100 Centurio Seals, Allagan Tomestone of Poetics 100 Allagan Tomestones of Poetics, Allagan Tomestone of Astronomy 30 Allagan Tomestones of Astronomy and 1 Cracked cluster icon1.png  Cracked Cluster.


The Ruby Sea

(x26,y7) (x19,y9) (x16,y11) (x7,y30) (x24,y33) (x27,y31) (x32,y24) (x35,y20)

Spawn Conditions


Kill 100 Yumemi and 100 Naked Yumemi, found in the three underwater caves.

  • Okina can spawn anytime after 12PM (noon) Eorzea Time prior to the first night of a Full Moon up until the Full Moon has ended, provided enough Yumemi were slain.
  • Any Yumemi killed after Okina's random timer is up count towards the required 200, even if the moon requirement is not met.


84 to 132 hours after it's been killed; or alternatively 50 to 80 hours after maintenance has ended.

Tips and Tricks

Electric Swipe - Conal AOE behind Okina that hits anyone in its path (stay away from the back of Okina to avoid this)

Body Slam - Large circular aoe that targets a random player. Similar to Vochstein's Freefall.

Expulsion - Circular AOE centered on the boss, move away from the boss to avoid this.

Electric Whorl - Large donut untelegraphed AOE. The safe spot is inside Okina's hitbox, when you see this casting move into okina's hitbox to avoid the damage and debuff it inflicts.


Have you heard tales of Okina, the giant striped ray? Drunken pirates insist that the wavekin devours whales, but this is an embellishment─otherwise known as an outright lie. Okina eats only krill.
The tiny shrimp gather to feed on the husks of shellfish, and when the seas teem with their numbers, that is when Okina appears, riding on the spring tide.
But though the great ray does not prey on whales, its cavernous mouth can swallow careless hunters whole. Be sure not to slip in the ebb and flow of the shallows.

— Wlveva of Kugane

Do you know the huge shimaai, "Okina"? The pirates seem to say that they even eat whales, Of course, that is just an exaggerated lie, and my favorite is krill.
Eat shellfish corps, when krill is full of the sea, It seems to be said that Okina will appear on the storm.
However, although he does not eat whale, he is not an opponent who can be careful.
To prevent Okina, who opened its doors, from being swallowed, Be careful of the tide full of tides.

— Japanese Client Translation