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The Pale Rider

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The Pale Rider


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Aggression level 4
The Dravanian Hinterlands ()

The Pale Rider is a Rank S Elite Mark found in The Dravanian Hinterlands.

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Killing the Elite Mark will reward the player up to Centurio Seal 100 Centurio Seals, Allagan Tomestone of Poetics 100 Allagan Tomestones of Poetics and Allagan Tomestone of Aphorism 30 Allagan Tomestones of Aphorism.


The Dravanian Hinterlands

(x27,y17) (x27,y20) (x24,y23) (x27,y25) (x27,y29) (x35,y27) (x38,y29) (x34,y24) (x36,y21) (x32,y20) (x13,y16) (x5,y22) (x10,y20) (x15,y21) (x15,y25) (x9,y28) (x13,y29) (x8,y34) (x15,y36) (x16,y32) (x17,y38)

Spawn Conditions


Assuming its random timer is up, The Pale Rider has a chance to spawn when a Treasure Coffer is opened from a Level 60 Timeworn Wyvernskin Map.


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

Tips and Tricks

  • Counter Stance grants The Pale Rider the buff Repelling Spray, which counters any physical attacks.
  • Valfodr targets a random player with a line aoe that follows them.
  • Hall of Sorrow is a circular aoe on a random player.
  • Geirrothr is an attack on the main tank.


Another request sent by a Sharlayan scholar from the safety of his homeland. The fellow's uncovered an ancient prophecy, saying that in the end of days, a deathly knight will rise from the grave and bring death and destruction to Dravania atop an ashen steed.
If the scholar is right, and this "end of days" does indeed refer to the Seventh Umbral Calamity, then this supernatural horseman should already be among us, but I don't see any death and destruction around here. Well, no more than normal, anyway...
Honestly, I think it's all a pile of chocobo plop. There was an adventurer passed through here the other day, said she'd seen a headless horseman out in the hinterlands when she was hunting for treasure...but believe you me, you can trust those looters as far as you can throw them!

— Yloise of Idyllshire