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Vorres is a trophy Rare Game enemy found in Necrohol of Nabudis in Final Fantasy XII as part of the Hunt Club sidequest. Like all trophy game, once Vorres is killed, it will not reappear, so the player should be sure to steal the Soul Powder it has before killing it, an item required for making the Tournesol. Multiple Soul Powders can be obtained by stealing the loot without killing Vorres, then retreating two screens away and returning to lure the Dark Elemental, spawning Vorres once more.

Vorres also appears at the far side of the map where the treasures are in Trial Mode's Stage 64 in the Zodiac versions where an Elixir can be rarely stolen from it.

Bestiary entry[]

Derivation: Gazer

One of the rarest of gazers, said to arise only in places where massive amounts of lives have been taken. Hunted in the Necrohol of Nabudis.


How to find[]

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Map of Vorres's approximate spawn point.

The player must have spoken to the "Huntmaster" in Phon Coast and defeated Thalassinon to start of the Hunt Club quest. Vorres then appears within the Necrohol of Nabudis in the Hall of the Ivory Covenant area. The player must find a Dark Elemental, provoke it, and lure it to the door that leads to the Cloister of Reason (where the optional boss Fury is located), right in the middle of the map. The Dark Elemental is found just north of the door, and when it is in the correct location, Vorres appears when the player approaches the corner of the collapsed wall on the path leading south, across from the Cloister of Reason.

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The name may be derived from a related word vore, "to devour". It can also be linked to vǫrðr from Norse mythology, a warden spirit believed to follow from birth to death the soul of every person, and Vör (Old Norse, possibly "the careful one", or "aware, careful"), a goddess associated with wisdom. Most likely it is related to Veles or Volos, who is the major Slavic god of earth, waters, and the underworld. It may also be a reference to Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th, and the enemy Voor from Dungeons & Dragons. Curiously, the Japanese name is very close to the Japanese surname of the Final Fantasy VII character Barret Wallace.

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