Dungeons of Repentance is a level 57 dungeon located in Revendreth. This guide will give you a summary of the important things you need to know in the Dungeons of Repentance, and is intended for players who complete it on normal, heroic, or epoch difficulty. We'll provide the necessary information for your role for each of the 4 bosses in "Dungeons of Repentance" and highlight a couple of the most dangerous thrash mobs in the dungeon.
Earning Reputation with the Unrepentant in the Dungeons of Repentance
Fragments of the stone of sins are currency obtained from enemies and bosses in Dungeons of Repentance, as well as from mobs and inquisitors in the open world in Revendret. At the Repentance reputation level, players can purchase the Sin Stone Fragment Searcher's Treatise, which allows them to pick up additional fragments; and at the Exaltation level, players can purchase the Sin Stone Fragment Searcher's Encyclopedia for their alts.
Players who earn a reputation with this faction will most often use the fragments to obtain Sin Stones, items used to activate and kill rare Inquisitors in the open world area near the Chambers of Repentance.
On Reputation with the Unrepentant
Reinforcement in the dungeon covenant of Venters in the Dungeons of Repentance
In the dungeon expanse of the Dungeons of Repentance, there is a thrash Faithful Stonerborn. These Faithful Stoneborn have a Faithful Stoneborn buff and are initially hostile.
Any player who is a member of the Venture Covenant will get an additional Faithful Stonecutters button when approaching a Faithful Stonecutter. Applying it to a Faithful Stoneborn becomes friendly for 30 seconds, and begins fighting with the group. After 30 seconds the Faithful Stoneborn will fly away (you don't need to kill it if there's a Venter in the group), the mob itself does a lot of damage!
Using Faithful Stoneborn on Faithful Stoneborn also gives a 30-second Blessing Stoneborn buff, which gives a 10% damage reduction per stack, which is also a useful bonus!
A guide to Halkias' boss in the Chambers of Repentance
Thrash Hints for Halkias
In order to summon Halkias, you need to charge him with Anima. To do this, you need to kill all 3 Halkias Fragments scattered around the area.
- The Halkias Fragment is usually surrounded by other creatures and can be deadly.
- Fragment of Halkias casts Shudder, dealing large AoE damage to the entire group for 8 seconds.
- Immediately after the conclusion of the Stirring Shiver of Sin cast, it will be cast on each player's location.
- However, once the animation appears, it will be too late to dodge the ability.
- Before the Shiver of Sin spell ends, you need to move away beforehand.
- Vicious Hound and Ferocious Gargon are positioned together and can be deadly to your tank.
- Vicious Hog will cast Faithful Beasts, causing all Ferocious Gargon to deal 125% more damage.
- You can interrupt the spell with a stun or discard to prevent it from being cast again.
- Alternatively, you can use Pacification to remove the effects of rage.
Ferocious Gargon can be deadly even when cast alone. Tanks should be aware that they hit hard with miles of attacks and apply a bleed effect.
Tanks should keep in mind that Vicious Dark Blade has a frontal attack Death lunge that can be dodged.
Interrupt Vicious Gatherer's Sin Gathering to prevent him from summoning additional hells, and Life Drawing to prevent him from healing.
Tips and Strategy on Boss Halkias in the Chambers of Repentance
In the battle with Halkias, the group will have to stay close to the boss, as the Light of Repentance aura will not allow players to get too far away.
Throughout the fight, Halkias will cast Visions of Sinful Light on anyone outside of the red circle.
When Tank moves the boss, the group must follow.
Staying within the circle becomes more difficult as Halkias will create piles of Glass Shards, taking up space.
Halkias will alternately hit the tank and throw debris at a random group member, creating Glass Shards in their place.
As this mechanic will take up space, you will eventually need to move the boss. The tank should move slowly so that the other members of the group don't catch fear.
After 4 Glass Shards appear, Halkias will cast the Refracted Sinful Light spell.
Halkias will become motionless and will chennel the Refracted Sin Light, causing deadly laser beams in 4 directions.
It will then start spinning in a random direction, but be careful as it can change direction at any time!
Tanks should move Halkias away from any Glass Shards on the floor after the 4th appears to give players room to maneuver.