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DnD Daggerdale Defeating the Skull Lord

Updated on December 17, 2011

DnD Daggerdale

DnD Daggerdale
DnD Daggerdale

DnD Daggerdale Defeating the Skull Lord

DnD Daggerdale walkthrough moves on to the Depths after rift in the ruins first chapter. In the depths, one of the first task of the player is to collect the Phaelock skulls. Phaelocks are lizard like creatures which run on two legs and work for Rezlus the villain of the game. They are fairly easy to defeat, but to collect ten Phaelock skulls can be quite difficult, especially when going into the Phaelock dens and the character if playing solo can be surrounded by lots of Phaelock. Again prepare lots of healing potions and for the elven rogue, keep dodging and going to a new area and launching more missile attacks. Once the ten Phaelock skulls have been collected, return to dwarf master Ayer who wants the necrotic talisman enchanted so that the dnd daggerdale skull lord can be defeated.

DnD Daggerdale Enchanting the Necrotic Amulet

To enchant the necrotic amulet, the player must now enter an arena where he or she is swarmed by hordes of undead creatures. The key to this battle is again to have lots of healing options, and move away from corners where the character will be surrounded and hacked to pieces. Once the undead is squashed, the talisman will be enchanted, and its time to face the skull lord.

DnD Daggerdale Tactics against the Skull Lord

The Skull Lord in dnd daggerdale game is one formidable foe. Defeating the Skull Lord will not be easy. To defeat the skull lord, one must understand the attacks of the skull lord. The skull lord has several attacks, including a multi fire ball attack, a sizzling beam attack of various forms. Furthermore, the skull lord can command the pillars around the skull lord chamber to crash. And the skull lord has about three or four attempts to mediate in the centre and heal up. All that hard work can come to nothing. In addition, the player will be chased around the chamber by numerous undead minions. It may be useful to have a character like the elven rogue if soloing this game. The elven rogue can dodge the undead minions and the range attacks of the skull lord, and then counterstrike with some range attacks. Also when the skull lord is healing, it is the best time to inflict some easy damage on the skull lords. Just keep doing this the Skull Lord will be defeated.


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