Hunter's Mark will give the Ranger advantage on the Perception check needed to find the creature. Assuming the Ranger's Perception beats the creature's Stealth, the Ranger will be able to tell where the creature is, but the creature will still be invisible, and the Ranger's attacks will still have disadvantage.How does Hunter's Mark work in 5e?
On the first turn, they cast Hunter’s Mark on a creature as a bonus action. If they hit the creature, it will do 1d8+4 piercing damage, plus 1d6 magical piercing damage.Is Hunter's Mark a must-have spell?
Arguably the most notorious ranger spell, some claim this to be the Ranger’s bread and butter. While others argue that it is really not a “must-have” spell. So let’s find out which of these best describes Hunter’s Mark, or if it’s somewhere in the middle.Can a Ranger find an invisible target?
So the target can't be seen, but it can still be located. If the invisible creature doesn't want people to know where it is, it needs to make a Stealth check to stay hidden. Hunter's Mark will give the Ranger advantage on the Perception check needed to find the creature.