Welcome to our Diablo 4 Wandering Death Guide. Below we will discuss Wandering Death, Death Given Life, one of three World Bosses currently available in Diablo 4. Going into the where, when and how to fight Wandering Death.
Where to fight Wandering Death?
To start off this Diablo 4 Wandering Death Guide, where do you actually find him? There are 5 World Boss arenas at which the World Bosses spawn, one in each main area. See the screenshot for reference.
When to fight Wandering Death?
The world bosses including Wandering Death will only spawn after completing the campaign at least once. As of right now it seems there is no set schedule. Before Wandering Death spawns there will be a notification with a 30-minute countdown on the world map.
Wandering Death Fight Mechanics
Let’s dive into mechanics with our Diablo 4 Wandering Death Guide! The Whispering Death is easier to fight if you know what you are looking for. Below we will explain the mechanics and dangers during the fight.
Phases of the fight – Wandering Death has 4 phases. Upon reaching each phase he will drop potions.
Stagger bar – Keep an eye out on the stagger bar, the yellow bar just below the health bar. Using crowd control abilities will fill up the stagger bar resulting in staggering Wandering Death, giving you extra time to attack without repercussion. Additionally when Wandering Death gets staggered it released 2 souls, defeating them will result in extra damage to Wandering Death.
Wandering Death Abilities
Blast Wave – Wandering Death will perform an outwards Blast Wave damaging enemies in the path.
Ground Smash – Wandering Death will smash the ground at the telegraphed location. Avoid the area marked to avoid damage.
Bone Tornados – Wandering Death will summon Bone Tornados dealing damage within the area. They move slow, keep an eye out and avoid getting caught.
Death Beam – Wandering Death will shoot 2 (or later in the fight 3) beams from the side and spin around. He spins around very slowly and the beams are easy to avoid by moving away from them. There is also an area in the middle right at Wandering Death where the beams to not deal damage, if you feel comfortable this is the place to be as a Melee fighter.
To finish of our Diablo 4 Wandering Death guide we will give you some extra tips for your fight with Wandering Death.
Elixirs– In any major City you can get yourself Elixirs, having some to complement your build or defenses can make for a much better time fighting the boss. For more info on what elixirs are available and general info on vendors you can take a look at our Vendor Guide.
Vulnerable – Keeping Wandering Death vulnerable throughout the fight will result in them taking 20% extra damage from all sources. For more info on Vulnerable and other status effects you can take a look at our Buffs and Debuffs Guide.
Difficulty – Fight Wandering Death in a World Tier you are comfortable with, after completing the campaign on your character to unlock the world bosses you should have no issue fighting in World Tier 2.
This should give you a decent idea of what to expect in the fight with Wandering Death.
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