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Shadow Spider Matriarch

She does poison damage and doesn’t seem to crit much.

The fight consists of 3 phases, each in its own room, but they are mostly similar.

Viscous Filigree = her main single target attack on the aggro holder.

Razor Web Spray = frontal cone, not very strong.

Venomous Condition = she casts it on a random player (see target’s target); from him it spreads a bit like Miasma in T3, so he should move away from others until it expires.

Webbing = puts a random player (see target’s target) in a cocoon; while there, he is stunned and is taking damage; the cocoon must be DPSed asap. This ability only appears in the third phase.

Lacerating Mesh = puts gray circles on the ground (on random positions, unrelated to players), which snare you and damage you — it’s best to doubletap out of them.

Every 25% one of the Nest Sacks (hanging spider nests) around the room becomes active and must be DPSed (it spawns trashmobs — Shadow Spiders — until it’s destroyed). The first nest sack becomes active when the boss is at 100%, the second at 75% and the third at 50%. In phase 1 there’s just one nest, in phase 2 there are two nests and in phase 3 there are all 3 nests.

The order in which the nests become active is fixed; in the third phase, the middle nest becomes active first, then the left one, and finally the right one.

Serpent Man Hierophant

He does physical damage and crits a little. The fire trails, blue smoke etc. do magical damage but you shouldn’t be getting hit by those things anyway.

– First phase:

During this phase he has a 200% deflection buff, so you won’t tank him or fight him.

He opens the left alcove and 2 adds appear; kill them asap (they can’t be CCed, unfortunately). Repeat this for the middle alcove and finally for the right alcove. After that, the first phase is over.

Meanwhile there will be big lines of blue smoke slowly moving around the room — you might have to move as well to avoid coming in touch with them, as they will do heavy damage on you. Ideally you would kill each pair of adds so quickly that the blue smoke doesn’t reach you. (Once the adds are dead, the smoke disappears.)

Likewise avoid the white and red trails that move around on the ground. More and more of these will spawn until you’re finished killing the adds — and these trails will remain active until the end of the fight (which is why you should hurry with the first phase, so that you’ll have as few trails as possible).

– Second phase:

Lots of adds (Rage Vapors) will spawn; these are slowly following the boss and they buff him if they are near him; they also do self-centered aoe damage.

So you should frequently kite the boss around the room to get him away from the Vapors; apart from that, just tank and spank him.</p

The white and red trails on the ground from the first phase are still here, make sure to avoid them. The alcoves are potentially useful as a safe spot, since the trails never go inside them.

This fight has an enrage timer of 8 minutes (for both phases); this shouldn’t be a problem except if most of your group is dead.

Serpent Man Genealogist

– First phase:

During this phase he has a 200% deflection buff, so you won’t tank him or fight him.

He spawns a Serpent Man Unknown Hybrid, which needs to be killed.

Plasma Syphon = the Hybrid occasionally channels this spell while targeting a random player; this player should break line of sight to stop the channelling.

Plasma Charge = the Hybrid gets this stacking buff, we thought it was due to allowing him to channel Plasma Syphon for too long, but sometimes he got stacks of it outside of Plasma Syphon as well.

Bio Plasma = large area aoe hit (poison damage), whose power repends on how many stacks of Plasma Charge the boss had. At 5 stacks (which is the max), my necro was hit for ~8000 points. You can avoid it by breaking line of sight, but it’s a quick-casting spell so you don’t have much time to move. It’s best to tank him near one of the little walls on the side of the room so that people can quickly move behind the wall when they have to break line of sight.

– Second phase:

After the Hybrid is dead, the Genealogist becomes attackable.

This isn’t even a tank and spank fight — it’s just a spank fight. The boss runs around like crazy and doesn’t attack players, he just spawns lots of minions. Kill the minions, follow the boss and DPS him.

– Third phase:

A new mob called Serpent Man Bio-Titan spawns.

He’s mostly just tank and spank. He does physical damage, hits pretty hard and crits quite a bit. He seems to hit harder and harder as the fight progresses, though the GUI doesn’t explicitly show any buff that might indicate this.

Occasionally he casts Defile Evolution, which spawns an Incubating Egg; kill this add as quickly as possible, as the Bio-Titan gets healed while the Egg is up.

If he runs out of eggs before you kill him, he will start targeting players during Defile Evolution; he heals up even more now (even if the targeted player breaks line of sight), and oneshots the targeted player at the end. At this point you’re pretty much guaranteed to wipe.

The Unknown

This is an optional boss, i.e. you don’t have to kill it to progress through the dungeon. If you stand at the bridge which stands near the rez pad and leads deeper into the dungeon, and if you have the rez pad on your right, the way to The Unknown is to your left. Dive into one of the pools and swim underwater to reach the boss. He does physical damage and crits a little.

Exodus = large-area aoe kb; as usually with knockbacks, doubletapping helps.

Withering = frontal cone aoe, move out of the cone (like Frost Whip in the Palace of Yun Rau) or you will get an annoying debuff.

Occasionally the boss walks 1 circle around the room with a buff called Doom Gaze. This gives him +200% damage mitigation, so your attacks would heal him during this phase, so don’t attack him.

But more importantly, any adds (Bats, Vampire Bats) or players that come into his frontal cone during Doom Gaze will give him a stacking buff which is also called Doom Gaze. These stacks remain on him for the rest of the fight and give him +5% damage per stack. Once he reaches 20 stacks, he gets +500% damage instead of +100% damage, and at that point he is going to pretty much two-shot tanks and oneshot anyone else.

So it’s important that you kill the bats before the boss would reach them with its Doom Gaze. The bats are of two kinds: Bats, which are solo mobs, and Vampire Bats, which are group mobs. In the middle of the room there is a walled-off area containing a gaseous particle effect (Suppression Gas). You should lead the Vampire Bats into this gas to DPS them, otherwise they will be healing up and will be impossible to kill. The normal bats can be killed where they are.

You should kill the bats near the entrance to the Suppression Gas area first, since those won’t be respawning. The bats on the opposite side of the room will be respawning frequently (and you have to keep kiling them).

Serpent Man Grand Vizier

Affectionately known as “the Disco boss”.

– General information:

The boss always stands in the middle of the room.

In the corners, there are four circles: Beryl (blue), Pearl (white), Emerald (green), Scarlet (red). Standing in a circle gives you a 20-second buff called X Aptitude, where X = Beryl, Pearl, Emerald, Scarlet. If you keep standing in a circle, the Aptitude buff won’t refresh continuously, but only after it expires. This also applies if you move to a different circle while still having the Aptitude from a previous circle; you will only get the new Aptitude after your old one expires.

Along two of the walls, there are smaller violet circles. Moving into the violet circle removes your current Aptitude buff immediately. This is useful if you need to quickly switch to a different Aptitude.

The Aptitude buff is extremely important if you want to DPS anything in this fight (more on this below). Pets do not currently get the Aptitude buffs. Thus you should absolutely not use pets in this fight. Remember that a DT’s Dread Shadow and Zone of Gluttony etc. are technically also pets. Do not use any of these things. Yes, I know one of your combos spawns the Zone of Gluttony. Do not use this combo.

– First phase:

The boss is invulnerable during this phase (Prismatic Shield; +200% damage mitigation), but there are four adds, called Holder of the X Light, where X = Beryl, Pearl, Emerald, Scarlet; each stands in the corresponding circle.

To attack an add, you need to have the Aptitude buff of the opposite color. The opposite means from the opposite side of the diagonal: red and blue are opposites; and green and white are also opposites.

If you attack an add without having the opposite Aptitude buff, you will take very heavy retributive damage (magic) and the add will heal up massively. To avoid trouble with that when your buff changes or expires, you shouldn’t use dots and retributive damage shields either. That includes Curse of Gwahlur, etc.

Meanwhile, the boss is doing Prismatic Aura (piercing damage aoe, pulsing all the time on the whole room), so everyone should gear up defensively. If you aren’t standing in one of the four colored circles, you will be taking another aoe (Spectrum).

When any of the four adds is dead, Prismatic Aura starts hitting much harder and will wipe the group quickly.

So you need to dps all the adds to a very low percentage first (e.g. 5%), then you need to send 4 players to finish them off all at the same time, each player going to one of the adds (and before that going to the opposite add to pick up the correct Aptitude buff of course).

There are various ways of organizing the group during this phase. It’s best if squishies are accompanied by a healer all the time. You can even have them wait by one of the circles while the tanks move around and DPS all four adds to 5%, then the squishies get involved only at the very end when all four adds are nearly dead and just need to be finished off. When you need to kill the 4 adds, you can send the tanks on one add each, and a squishy + healer on each of the other two adds.

– Second phase:

Once all four adds are down, the boss becomes attackable.

He has one of four possible buffs, called X Shield, where X = Pearl, Emerald, Scarlet, Beryl; you need to have the Aptitude buff of the opposite color to hit him, otherwise you’ll heal him up massively and take heavy retributive damage.

Aura Shift = he casts this every 20 sec and switches randomly to a different buff color.

So when you see him casting Aura Shift, stop hitting immediately. Seriously, just stop hitting. Yes, I know you’re tempted to finish your combo or spell or whatever. Just don’t do it. Stop hitting and move away from the boss. If you don’t know how to cancel your combos, learn how to do it. Otherwise you can keep doing this phase for hours and not get anywhere because you will be healing him up all the time by hitting him without the correct Aptitude buff.

Once you see his new buff color after Aura Shift, go to the circle of the opposite color to pick up the correct Aptitude buff. Remember that you might need to go to a purple circle to clear your old Aptitude first.

In my experience, the color always changes during Aura Shift, it never remains the same. This means that it’s a good idea to go to the other side of the room during Aura Shift because there’s a 2/3 chance that the new color will be on the other side than the old color and just a 1/3 chance that it will be on the same side.

During Aura Shift, the player that is farthest away from the boss gets a ruin called Aptitude Ruin. This ruin prevents him from getting any Aptitude buff (and he and people near him also take some damage when the ruin appears — Aura Burn, ~4k unholy damage). This is dangerous since if he doesn’t notice this and starts attacking the boss anyway, he will take retributive damage and heal the boss up. The ruin should be removed quickly by a healer with Steadfast Faith. One way of dealing it is to have a healer remain the farthest away from the boss during this phase, and other players remain closer to the boss, so that the healer gets the ruin and nobody except him gets hit by the Aura Burn. (A slightly more desperate way would be to have a healer standing in the middle by the boss, not taking any Aptitude buffs and not attacking the boss, just healing and removing ruins. So people with the ruin know where to go to get it removed, and then they can go pick up the correct Aptitude buff and start attacking the boss.)

At 75%, 50% and 25%, the boss temporarily ports upstairs (casts Phase) and starts a channeling aoe spell called X Bombardment, where X = Pearl, Emerald, Green, Scarlet. This aoe hits quite hard and you have to run to the circle of the matching color (not the opposite color!) to avoid it. So if he’s casting Pearl Bombardment, run to the white circle, etc. After he goes through all four bombardments (in random order), he comes back down and the fight resumes.

Note that when the boss comes back down, he has a color shield again, but the first thing he does is cast Aura Shift and switch to a different color. So you should wait to see the new color before picking any Aptitude buffs.

Serpent Man Omni-Prophet

(I don’t understand everything about this fight yet, so I might update this section when I learn more.)

– General information:

The fight takes place in a circular room, with the boss standing in the middle. Along the walls there are 6 murals, numbered clockwise: 1 = far right, 2 = middle right, 3 = near right, 4 = near left, 5 = middle left, 6 = far left. At various points during the fight, these murals become clickable; a player that clicks the mural gets transported into a separate room where he has to kill a few mobs, after which he gets a buff that will be important for the continuation of the fight. In fact you can have several players click (different) murals at the same time, they can fight the mobs together and at the end each of them will get the buff corresponding to the mural he clicked. The buffs are as follows:

1. Annals I: Dispatching the Living: makes you do a big amount of additional damage to the Serpent Men Warriors, just by standing near them.

2. Annals II: Point of Convergence: makes the boss lock aggro on you in the third phase; the aoe from Deliver Prophecy: Discovery will also be centered on you (instead of on the boss).

3. Annals III: Purging the Dead: allows you to destroy the Serpent Man Echo mobs.

4. Annals IV: Vengeance of Yig: if you stand in the floating light (which appears in the 2nd phase) while having this buff, you get a 5-second buff called Wrath of Yig (same icon as Test of Faith in the Leviathus encounter), which allows you to remove the boss’s shield in the second phase by standing near him. I don’t see much use for this buff as we don’t really DPS the boss before the third phase (after all the rifts etc. are removed).

5. Annals V: Reclamation Denied: allows you to remove Cosmic Rifts.

6. Annals VI: Invasion Repelled: allows you to uncharm players.

The boss’s primary attack is a single-target unholy nuke called Bad Omens, so the main tank should have good protection.

– First phase:

The tank aggroes the boss, who will move closer to the center of the room, where he will be tanked. A violet cloud appears on the ground; standing in it gives the tank a very useful buff called Unwelcome (+90% unholy invulnerability, +500% hate). Other players should stand behind the boss, outside of the cloud, so that they don’t get the hate buff. (There’s not much point in DPSing the boss in this phase as he’ll heal up later anyway.)

One of the players should click mural 6 (far left); possibly you can have another player click mural 4 (near left) at the same time. They will be ported to a separate room where they have to kill 6 trash mobs.

The players that are fighting the boss have to watch out for the following two abilities:

Chosen = the boss targets a random player while casting this. Everyone needs to be close to that player to avoid taking some damage. Thus, the tank should run to the other players by the 11 o’clock mural as well.

Forsaken = the boss targets a random player while casting this. The targeted player must move away from other players or they will take aoe damage from him.

This phase ends when the players that clicked the murals are finished fighting the mobs there and emerge back into the boss room.

If the player that clicked mural 6 comes out during the Chosen phase, and the chosen player isn’t standing near him, the mural-clicked might die from the aoe (which hits anyone that isn’t near the chosen one). To avoid this problem, it’s best if everyone stands next to mural 6 during the Chosen phases.

– Second phase:

Gather near the entrance of the room. The boss has a retributive damage shield during this phase, so don’t hit him.

Several players will get charmed; the player that clicked the far left mural (and therefore now has the Annals VI buff) must uncharm them by hitting them.

Murals 1 (far right) and 3 (near right) become clickable during this phase, so (after the first wave of chamrs) have two players to click these murals, one each. They will be ported to a separate room where they have to break some eggs.

After they come out, some trash mobs will start spawning, called Serpent Man Warriors (group mobs, they spawn two at a time); bring them together, CC them and kill them. The player that clicked the far right mural (and therefore now has the Annals I buff) should stand near them because his buff will do huge damage to them, so they die very quickly.

Several stationary mobs called Serpent Man Echos also appear around the edges of the room and heal the boss. The player that clicked the near right mural (and therefore now has the Annals III buff) should go around the room and destroy these mobs (probably by hitting them, or maybe just by being near them).

Eventually, murals 2 (middle right) and 5 (middle left) become clickable. Ideally these should be clicked by tanks. Clicking gets them teleported into a separate room where a group of mobs are slowly moving towards the Messenger, who stands in the middle. You have to either kill the mobs or the Messenger before the mobs reach him. When the clickers come out, the third phase begins.

Clicking mural 5 will give the player a buff with which to remove Cosmic Rifts (see below); in my experience, it’s useful if this is a tank, otherwise he is very likely to die while removing the rifts.

Clicking mural 2 will lock the boss’s aggro on that player in the third phase, so this has to be clicked by a tank. It also causes the AoE from ‘Deliver Prophecy: Discovery’ to be centered on that player.

Now, if you have one tank clicking mural 5 and one clicking mural 2, you will have both tanks inside the wall for a while and meanwhile the boss will aggro some other player in the main room. This can be hard to survive (use bubbles etc. if possible); there are various ways of ameliorating that. For example, you can have just one tank click his mural initially, then after a while, when he’s nearly finished inside, he calls the other tank to also click so that they will in the end both get their curresponding buffs, but there will be just a few seconds without a tank in the main room so the people there are more likely to survive. You could even dispense with clicking mural 2 altogether, though this makes it harder to deal with Deliver Prophecy: Discovery later (see below). Both of these solutions, especially the second one, require that the tank that is inside alone have good DPS so he can kill the Messenger quickly enough. Another possibility, I guess, is to have a non-tank clicking mural 5 so that a tank is available in the main room to have aggro of the boss (while the other tank, having clicked mural 2, is inside the wall).

– Third phase:

Several Cosmic Rifts spawn around the room; standing between them and the boss makes you take damage. The player that clicked the middle left mural (and therefore now has the Annals V buff) can destroy these rifts simply by touching them. It’s safest if this is a tank (but not the one that actually has aggro on the boss).

Infinite Discovery = when the boss casts this, the players should spread away from each other because at the end of the cast, each of them will do a hit of aoe damage. To make this easier, the tanks should run farther away and the squishies should stand relatively near to the entrance, and take care to not come between the boss and one of the rifts. Using the pillars along the walls of the room to break line of sight from other players also helps.

Make sure that the rifts near the entrance of the room are destroyed so that when people are moving around to spread in preparation for Infinite Discovery, they don’t have to run in front of any rift. The rifts occasionally respawn but eventually they stop respawning and the player with the Annals V buff can (and should) eventually destroy all of them.

Vision from the Beyond = puts a ruin on everyone, which needs to be removed quickly or it will give you a dot (Destruction of Humanity) that will kill you. So everyone should run back to the entrance and stand in front of the healer, who will remove the ruin. The ruin (Visions of Ruin) needs to be removed before it expires (it lasts 8 seconds from the start of the cast). (Note: a red crystal appears in front of the boss during this spell, and at the end of the cast there is a big aoe hit around it. So it’s a good idea to huddle up at the entrance of the room to make sure you’re out of the range of this aoe.)

Deliver Prophecy: Discovery = a large-area aoe attack centered around the player who has the buff from mural 2; so this player must run away from others before the cast is finished. If nobody took mural 2, the aoe will be centered on the boss, which means that squishy players should be near the walls at the end of this cast to avoid being hit.

Initially you can’t afford to have anyone go near the boss because this will put him in line between the boss and the rifts, and he will therefore take lots of damage. (You can still hit the boss from range during this time.) Once all the rifts are removed (and stopped respawning), people can go within melee range of the boss and fight him normally. Now it’s just a tank and spank fight, but you still have to deal with the Infinite Discovery and Vision from the Beyond all the time, as described above — spread to the walls during Infinite Discovery (and during plain Discovery if you’re squishy), and then return back to the boss so you can remove the ruin during Vision from the Beyond.

Trash mobs

Some of them are a bit nasty. Most of them can and should be CCed, at which point they aren’t particularly hard to kill. The whining about the amount of trash on the testlive forum seems greatly exaggerated. Besides, they drop items that you have to collect for some of the quests; some of them occasionally even drop purple loot.

Lots of the initial trash mobs (before you get to the spider boss) can be skipped by jumping down on your right side as soon as you enter the dungeon.

Dominated Excavator: very slow mob, has a ranged (?) ability that hits very hard and might even oneshot some people; kite him, DPS him from range and break line of sight if needed.

Serpent Man Toxin Keeper: casts a self-centered red circle on the ground (Flesh-bane Potion); move out of it to avoid a big hit. You can also CC him.

A curious structure after the final boss room.

  1. Shaidarharanh
    August 15, 2013 at 06:28

    Thank you very much for this post. It’s very much appreciated 🙂

  2. Marquesa
    August 15, 2013 at 08:01

    Thanks so much for your information. We went in this evening for the first time and figured out the Spider Matriarch prior to your blog post being up but were having difficulty with phase 1 of the Geneologist. I decided to check for any posted information again and your info had just become available….it was a GREAT help and is really appreciated. It’s fun to learn these fights on your own but a little helpful information can go a long way at 2:30 in the morning when you just want to “down one more boss before sleep.”

  3. Atelon
    August 15, 2013 at 16:06

    “Murals 1 (far right) and 3 (near right) become clickable during this phase, so have two players to click these murals, one each. They will be ported to a separate room where they have to kill 6 mobs before they reach the Messenger.”

    Isn’t it Mural 2 and 5 that figths against 6 mobs so they dont reach the Messenger? I’m pretty sure of this as I went in Mural number 2 several times yesterday and I fougth against 6 mobs that was going for the Messenger.

    But overall a realy nice post, so thank you 🙂

    • August 15, 2013 at 16:46

      Probably those two as well, yes. I’ll keep an eye out on it the next time I’m there.

  4. Atelon
    August 15, 2013 at 17:25

    I think that the ones that go down i Murals 1 and 3 only have to break some “urns” and then they will come back up.

  5. Caudilloo
    August 16, 2013 at 01:10

    Good and useful post!

    Why didn’t you use the aggro lock in the last phase?

    Did you figure out what the use is of the orange circle in which you don’t get the knockback is in the Unknown encounter?

    Couple of things you should edit:
    -venemous condition is in all phases
    -the two mobs from the alcoves on Hierophant encounter can not be CCd
    -the person that gets the ruin on disco boss is not random. It’s on the one furthes away. Make one healer go to the oposite side of the room on aura shift (being furthest away) so the rest of the players don’t get the damage from the ruin.

    • August 16, 2013 at 07:00

      Why didn’t you use the aggro lock in the last phase?

      Hm, our thinking was something along these lines: we want one of the tanks to take the rift removal buff, because when we had some non-tank taking it, there was a big risk that he would die and then we had no way of removing the rifts and had to wipe. So if we want someone to also take the aggro lock buff, that can only be the other tank; and then you have both tanks inside the wall and nobody that can tank the Serpent Man Warriors outside during that time. I guess in theory these mobs would be cc’ed and would die very quickly because someone has the buff from mural #1, but the risk of people getting killed by the Warriors was big enough that we decided to just leave one tank outside and ignore the aggro lock buff. Aggro never seemed to be a problem in the third phase anyway.

      Did you figure out what the use is of the orange circle in which you don’t get the knockback is in the Unknown encounter?

      TBH I think didn’t even notice the circle :} I just tank him near the wall and doubletap when the knockback is coming, so the knockback isn’t too much trouble.

      Couple of things you should edit:
      -venemous condition is in all phases
      -the two mobs from the alcoves on Hierophant encounter can not be CCd
      -the person that gets the ruin on disco boss is not random. It’s on the one furthes away. Make one healer go to the oposite side of the room on aura shift (being furthest away) so the rest of the players don’t get the damage from the ruin.

      Nice, I updated the post now. Thanks for the help 🙂

  6. Zarcor
    August 16, 2013 at 21:12

    Any chance you have figured out whether the [Eye of Mirth] is vendor trash only, or something to be used to spawn a HM, Boss etc?

    • August 17, 2013 at 07:04

      Well, it’s a generic item with a high vendor value, so I’m inclined to think it’s just vendor trash. I certainly haven’t seen any hints that it might be used to spawn anything.

  7. Corais
    August 18, 2013 at 01:44

    Riddle4: Stand in the floating light with your buff and you will get another Buff which lasts 5 seconds. If you then place yourself near the boss the retaliation shield “War of the Serpent Man” will be removed.

  8. Eric
    August 22, 2013 at 06:10

    The ads in Heirophant fight can be CCd. They can be slowed.

  9. AoC Nerd
    August 22, 2013 at 13:41

    awesome post 🙂 btw, pic of the curious structure looks quite similar to this one: http://joannatsui.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Trapezohedron-Chest1.jpg

  10. Maark
    August 29, 2013 at 07:49

    Wow, this is an awesome guide Cynara, really well done. Have you found out what ‘Plasma Echo’ in the Genaologist fight does? Didn’t see any mention of it but maybe its to nominal to even take into consideration.

    • August 29, 2013 at 16:29

      I don’t have the impression that it does anything relevant to the fight, so I ignored it. It can possibly be useful as a guide that Bio Plasma is coming next – so people can hide a few seconds after Plasma Echo and remain hidden until Bio Plasma is finished. This can be safer than hoping that they will react quickly enough once they see that the Bio Plasma cast has actually started.

  11. lizzard8
    November 23, 2014 at 00:20

    I just want to add that the omni-prophet has a cast that summons the rifts. I found it super useful to know when new rifts are going to appear. It’s the one called Deliver Prophecy: Trapezohedron Reclaimed. He keeps casting it the entire fight even when rifts no longer appear.

    • November 23, 2014 at 15:54

      Ah, I have always been wondering what’s the point of that spelll 🙂 Thanks for the info!

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