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Kingdoms of Amalur Hunter's Pit

Updated on February 18, 2012

Kingdoms of Amalur Hunter's Pit Sneak Attack

Kingdoms of Amalur Hunter's Pit Final Fight - Sneak Attack Tuatha Raider and Destroy the Eyes of Tirnorch
Kingdoms of Amalur Hunter's Pit Final Fight - Sneak Attack Tuatha Raider and Destroy the Eyes of Tirnorch

Kingdoms of Amalur Hunter's Pit

In Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, the hero has to travel to the Three Lamps Inn to meet Agarth. At the Three Lamps Inn in Didenhil, Agarth discloses the location of the Eyes of Tirnoch. The hero must destroy the Eyes of Tirnoch in the Hunter's Pit to prevent the hoards of Tuatha raiders and soldiers from finding and destroying the hero. This will guide and provide various tactics for the hero (tier 1 disciple along the sorcery (6) / finesse (6) pathway) in defeating the Tuatha raiders and soldiers that reside within the Hunter's Pit.

Kingdoms of Amalur Path to the Eyes of Tirnoch

In Kingdoms of Amalur Hunters Hunted quest, Agarth offers the hero two ways to get into and through the Hunter's Pit. As the stealthy sorcerer type hero, the backdoor and stealth approach is the obvious way in. The stealthy path to the Eyes of Tirnoch is blocked by at least three waves or concentrates of Tuatha raiders and soldiers. Here are some tactics to take down the Tuatha raiders and soldiers.

Kingdoms of Amalur Tactics to Defeat the Tuatha in the Hunter's Pit

In Kingdoms of Amalur, the first wave of Tuatha raiders and soldiers is characterized by one or two patrolling Tuatha soldier with other resting non-patrolling Tuatha raiders. Take out the nearest patrolling Tuatha soldier or raider first. Go into sneak mode and make sure the hero has already invested in at least a few points in the sneak attack part of the finesse skill tree. Now sneak to the back of the Tuatha soldier and backstab! Watch in satisfaction as the cut scene reveals 1000 plus damage to the Tuatha soldier. Once this patrolling enemy is down, spot some more enemies on the right sitting on some rock stools. The hero can either use the same sneak attack techniques above to defeat the soldiers or go into sorcery mode and shock and magic attack the remaining soldiers.

In Kingdoms of Amalur, the final wave of Tuatha soldiers is guarding the Eyes of Tirnoch. Agarth joins the fight at this point and can distract some enemies to the point where the hero can sneak and backstab the distracted enemies. Defeat the Tuatha soldiers guarding the Eyes of Tirnoch and then destroy it. Remember, if the going gets tough in the fight against the final wave of Tuatha soldiers. go into fate reckoning mode (the hero must have accumulated enough fate points at this point) and slow down time and alter fate by defeating the Tuatha soldiers that way. Lots of healing potions can also help at this stage but they are rather expensive to accumulate by buying.

In Kindgoms of Amalur, once the Eyes of Tirnoch is destroyed, the hero can go ahead and meet Alyn Shir at the House of Ballads.


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