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Golden Labyrinth is a very deadly place, especially for melee players. This is full of AoE's that can one-shot most people, and even the trash mobs do a considerable amount of damage. It's very important to know that within this dungeon, the mobs and bosses will target random players before using special skills (such as jumps). As a result, this is not always because of failure on the tank's part.
It's also worth noting that when you get to the rooms with Crazed Bone Imps, they will keep respawning even after killed. Just run through these rooms to the next ones and try to lose aggro on the ones you pulled to avoid wasting a lot of time on them.
It's also worth noting that the second boss, Khuljarak, is often seen as optional. He's required for the story quest, but if nobody has it he can be skipped. Often this is done as he's by far the toughest boss within the dungeon. At the same time, he also has some good drops!
Boss 1 – Berylheart
The first boss you come across i...
Sigil Adstringo is the first dungeon you come to where you can skip a lot of trash. Compared to previous dungeons, this speeds up the completion process considerably. On the other hand, the bosses themselves are much tougher, creating a challenging instance. When looking at the map below, keep in mind that while you can kill all of the trash, you can go from boss to boss while skipping a majority of it. While this is true, keep in mind that killing mobs rewards experience, possible drops and also clears the path a lot better just in case there's a party wipe and players get split up on their way back to where you were. None of the trash mobs are really tough, they can just be a bit irritating since most groups are more focused on going after the bosses instead.
Boss 1 – Evignar
The first boss you come across is a large rock boss named Evignar. This is a pretty simple fight in which all you have to do is avoid his AoE's (he does a lot of them) and kill minions when they spawn. Keep...
The Necromancer Tomb dungeon is for players level 41 and up. The trash mobs are pretty easy to handle, as they come in small groups. It is worth noting, however, that the large groups of imps are somewhat tough to keep threat on (for the tank). These often run after random players, regardless as to if they have even attacked or not. While this isn't much of a problem, it's worth keeping in mind so blame isn't tossed around where it shouldn't be.
As for the bosses, we'll be using the following map to show the order in which we'll look at them:
1 – Trayzadius
The first thing you'll notice when you enter the room Trayzadius is in is that there are spike strips all along the ground. If you're not familiar with these, they will do damage (in this case a lot of damage) if you are hit by them. It's important, therefore, to ensure that you keep up with skills, especially those that move you backward or forward upon usage.
For this room, the best area is the “back” of the room, al...
The Sinestral Manor instance is the second one you come across within TERA. This has a minimum entrance level of 26 and can be entered either manually or by using the dungeon group matcher. It is a step up from the first instance, Bastion of Lok, and as such is a bit tougher. Throughout this dungeon, use the following map as a guide of where to go:
As you traverse through the dungeon, you will run across many different trash mobs. There really aren't any tricks you'll need to know for these, although many of them can be skipped (a lot of mobs are ranged, so as long as you're out of their range, such as by following walls, you can skip a lot). It is recommended that you do not skip mobs, though, as you will earn more experience by killing everything, as well as complete more of the repeatable quests!
Boss 1 - Kagaron
The first room you'll come across with a boss is #1, which houses Kagaron (who is considered as being optional but there's no reason not to kill him). In the room...