The Big 4 dungeons are four end game dungeons which need to be completed in order to flag for Pohwaran (aka Poh). Poh is not playable during the current beta but will be implemented into the game on official launch (19th January 2016). They consist of the following dungeons:
The Skittering Tunnels (Dokumo the Spider Queen)
The Hall of Ogong (Ape King Ogong)
The Brightstone Ruins (Azure & Emerald Cores)
The Pigsty (Hogdonny)
This guide will focus on The Skittering Tunnels. The Skittering Tunnels are located in the Moonwater plains zone, more specifically, the Highland Necropolis. Check out the map below for more info.
Once you enter the dungeon proceed forwards as group. This part is generally done by 1 person running slightly ahead of the group and gathering all the trash mobs together up until the first ‘open’ area of the dungeon. Once together, all the trash mobs are taken down at once using aoe attacks. Doing it this way saves a lot of time. However, if your group feels you cannot do it this way, pick them off a couple at time. After they are all dead in the same open area you will face the first mini boss.
This mini boss is pretty easy. It has a standard range of attacks which include a full 360° AOE, a forward 180° (approx) AOE and a poison cloud attack, all of which can be dodged pretty easily. Trash mobs will come down during the fight as well. You will also notice a fire barrier appear covering the exists during the fight – you do not want to run into or get too close to it. Once it’s dead proceed forwards.
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The next part is executed in the same way as the previous part. One person can run ahead, gather all the mobs together and then they can be killed using AOE attacks. Again, once this is done, the second mini boss will appear in the open area.
This mini boss is a little tougher. It has a few similar attacks to the previous mini boss but also a few different ones. These include a ‘red’ AOE attack and a leap like attack where it jumps onto you (This usually occurs if you have it’s aggro and are further away from it). Everything else is the same.
Kill it and then make your way forwards to the last open area. You’ve made it to the last boss.
The last boss is Dokumo the Spider Queen herself.
As soon as you enter the last boss room if you look to the left & right you will see the flame throwers. When you are ready to engage the boss, 2 people should pick these up and burn the three sets of eggs that are in the middle around the boss then drop them and start beating down Dokumo. More eggs will spawn at different stages throughout the fight – again use the flamethrowers to burn them.
A quick note here – as with the other areas you will notice a fire barrier appear covering the exists during the fight – you do not want to run into or get too close to it.
This fight is essentially split into 4 different Phases. Each time Dokumo loses a certain amount of HP (about 1/4), she will crawl up the wall and become untargetable. During this time she will fire attacks at you which include a poison shot which bursts into a poison cloud on impact & a ‘red’ projectile attack which cannot be blocked (so you need to move out of its range completely to avoid it). Also during this period, random small spiders will spawn (you can kill these with your weapons) as well as eggs which you need to destroy using the flame throwers – you will have to do this for all 4 stages. I will now go over her attacks.
Jump and squash attack.
Standard claw attack.
360° AOE stun attack.
All of phase 1 attacks.
Red 360° AOE knockback/knockup attack.
360° AOE claw attack.
Frontal charge attack – It covers the whole front area (About 180°) & she charges forwards.
All of phase 1 attacks.
All of phase 2 attacks.
Web throw grab – throws web at you, drags you to her then she attacks you.
All of phase 1-3 attacks.
Another 360° red AOE attack – everyone caught in this attack will be knocked up, webbed and then attacked with AOE for about 5 seconds.
Let your tank keep aggro as her attacks can deal a lot of damage & just keep your health up in general. Try to anticipate her attacks and dodge them. After shes dead congratulations, you have completed dungeon you can get your end rewards.
For loot, you can get items like Moonwater tears, Moonwater refining stones, Dokumo weapons and soul shields. You can also get items used for appearance changes such as Furys illusion sword or Seraphs phantom lynblade.
If you’re doing the quest for the first time of the day, don’t forget to pick up the ‘daily quest‘ from the quest giver.
Here is a video of me doing The Skittering Tunnels on my Blademaster.
The Skittering Tunnels
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