Welcome to our Temple of Slaughter guide for Throne and Liberty. In this guide, we’ll take you through everything you need to know to be successful in running this difficult dungeon. This dungeon requires level 50 and a very coordinated party!
First Section & Mini-Boss
The first section is simple, push through the dungeon and kill every mob in each lower section to unlock the Mana Fluid Regulator. The Mana Fluid Regulator raises the water level of each section so you can reach the next. Repeat this until you meet the first mini-boss – Dark Enforcer.
Berserk Dark Enforcer
The Dark Enforcer acts essentially the same as the easier counterpart of the dungeon, Temple of Roar. The boss does standard attacks much like you’d expect from any boss, followed by a large flame AoE that applies burn stacks. To lower the burn stacks, jump into the water nearby! After the boss is dead, move onto the next section and mini-boss.
Section 2 and Mini-boss 2
The majority of this section is just large corridors full of mobs, most of which can be avoided by hugging the outer walls. Continue all the way through until you meet the final mini-boss before the main boss of the dungeon.
Mini-Boss 2: Berserk Shade Wizard
The Shade Wizard acts pretty much the same as the Temple of Slaughter version of the mini-boss. However, the Wizard summons a lot more Mutts than the easier counterpart which means more explosions! As a result, be careful and remember to kite the Mutts! After the boss is dead, move onto the final boss of the dungeon.
The final boss of Temple of Slaughter is the Rex Chimaerus.
Throughout the standard damage phase of the boss, there is a couple of attacks to watch out for:
- A jumping swipe attack on the player with highest threat
- Ranged poison spits that leave a puddle on the floor
- A tail-swipe if you stand behind it
After some time within the phase, Rex Chimaerus selects a target to inject paralyzing venom into. That player has to run as far from the boss as possible and have the tank position in-between the target and the boss. King Chimaerus then unleashes three huge fireballs towards the paralyzed target alongside a huge poison spray to the right of the boss. If done correctly, the tank soaks up the damage of two fireballs with a third player intercepting the third fireball. Then the next part of the phase switch begins.
Unlike the Temple of Roar, Rex spawns in two layers of Air Pitons around the arena. One player has to use the Pitons to grapple themselves high enough to land on the platform above Rex. Once the player above has interacted with the top platform, the four chains surrounding Rex will unlock, and have your team pull the chains at the same time. As a result of pulling the chain, water douses Rex and the fight resets back to the standard phase.
After you douse the boss, a short intermission where you can deal damage freely occurs and then the normal phases repeat until the boss is dead!
Temple of Slaughter Guide Conclusion
That concludes our Temple of Slaughter guide for Throne and Liberty. For more information on Throne and Liberty, check out our official Home page!