It’s Dungeoneering Time!!! (Part 2)

posted by on 15th January 2011, at 4:35pm

Welcome back, Sorry for the wait, but some personal things have been going on. But not delving into my personal life, it’s time to talk about some of the different bosses you can encounter down in Daemonheim. This is going to be a short article but I’ll try to explain as much as I can. Right now this one is only going to talk about the bosses you can encounter on the Frozen Floors. There are 6 bosses that you can encounter when you go through floor 1-11 so I’ll get started with one of the easiest, the Gluttonous Behemoth.

Some people may think that this boss is hard and it can be, especially if you are in a team of 2 or more and you are the only one fighting him. The behemoth can have a combat level from 8 all the way to 525, but either way, he is still easy to fight. You will want to have Protect from Magic if you have melee armour on and Protect from Ranged if you have ranging armour or magic amour on. He attacks with all attack styles (Melee, Ranged and Magic) and can get harder once he hits ½ of his health left. But before I get onto how you kill him, I might as well talk about what is in his room. There are 2 Carcasses that are beside him (he won’t move from the spot he is in) and he will feed off of those to heal himself. If order to have him not do that, you will need to stand in front of the carcasses. Only one person needs to stand in the way, the other people can be scattered around the room. This boss is weak to Crush and Stab attacks, so a Maul or Spear are going to be the things you’re going to want to get. He has no special attacks so it is a simple fight, take food that you see fit (the better the food for the stronger the boss you get) and be ready to sit back and be a little alert. Once you kill him you will get some kind of boot (Novite to Primal) and maybe a Dungeoneering Journal.

The next boss that I’m going to talk about is Astea Frostweb. She attacks with a magic attack (specifically Ice Barrage from the Ancients spell book) so Protect from Magic is a must! She can range in levels from level 3 all the way to level 331. Wearing ranged armour can’t hurt either if you’re going to make some, but it won’t stop her from freezing you on the spot and having her Ice Spider Minions go in for the kill. She switches prayers during the fight so have 2 different kinds of ways to attack is helpful for killing her fast and not dying from losing your prayer having to wait for your attack style to become available. Besides Barraging you to death, she also has another attack up her sleeves, a spike attack that can luckily be avoided, but can hurt a lot if you’re not able to avoid the attack. Once you kill her, her minions will die and one of the people in your party will get some kind of shoe (Salve to Celestial) along with a chance of a Dungeoneering Journal or Astea frostweb’s journal.

The last boss I’m going to talk about this article is Icy Bones. He ranges from level 5 all the way to 429, but is an easy fight. Protect from Melee will hand the least amount of damage to you and as long as you get inside of his ring of Stalagmites. He attacks with all the different combat styles but Melee is seen more than the others. Stab is the weakness of Icy Bones so a spear will be the best thing to bring to fight him. Because this is an easy fight you won’t need to spend too much time setting up to head in. The reward from killing him are vambraces (Protoleather to Sagittarian) and maybe a Dungeoneering journal.

This is all I have for now, next article will go into the rest of the Frozen floor bosses, and maybe some of the monsters you can kill down in the frozen floors. Hope you can get some Sagittarian, Celestial or Primal armour; this is all I have for now, Tim Out!

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