Gilgamesh is an Elite Mark in Final Fantasy XII, and is petitioned by Montblanc. The hunt can be undertaken after the storyline events in Draklor Laboratory are complete.
Gilgamesh is found in the Lhusu Mines and must be fought twice. The first is on the bridge just to the west of the Gate Crystal, in a homage to the "Clash on the Big Bridge" (which is also the name of the hunt) from Final Fantasy V; a reworked version of the iconic theme music is heard during both fights. Gilgamesh escapes after defeat and the player must find the Site 11 Key and venture deep into the mine to Site 7. During the second fight Gilgamesh's HP is triple what he previously had, and his stats are raised.
To get deeper into the mines the player must complete the hunt for Antlion, after which the Site 11 Key appears in the Hunters' Camp in Phon Coast, on the ground next to a Fallen Bhujerban.
Artwork depicting Dalamud's descent watched by a rodent from Final Fantasy XIV. At the end of the Sixth Astral Era, Nael Van Darnus of the Garlean Empire sought to wipe out Eorzea by crashing Dalamud into the continent. Van Darnus hoped to exterminate the Primals, considered a "taint" that threatened stability and the Empire. Though the moon was originally colored white, it began to glow red as it descended through the atmosphere of Hydaelyn. During the Battle of Carteneau, Dalamud broke open, revealing that it was no moon, but a device created by the Allagan Empire to imprison Bahamut, who then proceeded to bring devastation to Eorzea. Here it is shown next to Hydaelyn's true moon, which is larger than Dalamud but is orbiting further away.
The Seventh Umbral Era and Dalamud's descent serve as plot devices allowing the development team of Final Fantasy XIV to shut down the servers for nearly a year to transition to Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. Dalamud is not the only "red moon" in the series: the Red Moon of Final Fantasy IV is also a false moon created by an ancient civilization, and a red moon orbits Terra in Final Fantasy IX.