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Kingdoms of Amalur Defeat Boss of Urul-Tusk

Updated on February 26, 2012

Kingdoms of Amalur Defeat Azaghaal

Kingdoms of Amalur Defeat Azaghaal
Kingdoms of Amalur Defeat Azaghaal

Kingdoms of Amalur Defeat Boss of Urul-Tusk

In Kingdoms of Amalur, the hero must defeat the boss of Urul-Tusk in order to advance in the main quest of the game. The boss of Urul-Tusk is Azaghaal. Azaghaal is an large and evolved Niskaru Bloodhunter. The boss of Urul-Tusk or Azaghaal will only appear after the hero defeats two waves of Niskaru Bloodhunter. This will provide the hero with various tactics to defeat the monsters leading up to the Piercing Light within Urul-Tusk, and then defeating the two waves of Niskaru Bloodhunters, followed by tactics to defeat Azaghaal.

Kingdoms of Amalur Defeating the Monsters within Urul-Tusk

In Kingdoms of Amalur, the monsters within Urul-Tusk include Niskaru Bloodhunters and giant rats. It is possible to backstab the niskaru bloodhunters and rats on route to the shining spear. However, unless the hero possesses really good weapons, it is not easy to take down the niskaru bloodhunters with one hit. So be prepared to continue the battle by using a shield and then vortex attack with staves, followed by storm bolt. Dodge around by teleport blinking to avoid being hit. Once hit by the niskaru bloodhunters, it is difficult for the hero to counterattack, as one niskaru bloodhunter followed by another will hit the hero, sinking the hero to his knees. Use these tactics to defeat the niskaru bloodhunters.

Kingdoms of Amalur Defeating Azaghaal

In Kingdoms of Amalur, the hero will go through two waves of niskaru bloodhunters at the final chamber in Urul-Tusk before Azaghaal will appear. There will be two, followed by three niskaru bloodhunters. Once these are defeated (use the strategies above), be prepared for Azaghaal.

Azaghaal has two really damaging attacks - a dark fireball ranged attack and also a ramming attack. These can take out the hero's health pretty quickly, so teleport blink out of the way. The fight with Azaghaal will take place in a chamber with a stone pedestal in the center holding the piercing light. Use the stone pedestal to block the fireball and ram attacks of Azaghaal. Azaghaal will attempt to move around the stone pedestal towards the hero. When Azaghaal is in range, launch storm bolt or other ranged attacks at Azaghaal. Now move round the stone pedestal so that it forms a barrier between the hero and Azaghaal again. Do not let Azaghaal get close to the hero at all. Teleport out of the way when he is near, and particularly when he is using melee attacks on the hero. With some patience, the hero will be able to defeat Azaghaal, and help the Great General recover the Piercing Light.

The Piercing Light will be used to maim the Balor in Mel Senshir. The other part of the main quest involves looking for Fomorous Hughes.

Kingdoms of Amalur Making Defeating Azaghaal An Artform


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