The Doom Tower contains 8 bosses each with their own unique mechanics and skills that require you to build specific and challenging comps to beat the boss. Not every rotation will contain the same bosses and each time a boss appears in a rotation they can be of different affinities forcing you to consider if your current strategy and team composition will work.
Kuldath the Magma Dragon
Kuldath the Magma Dragon is a fiery dragon that will hit incredibly hard if you don’t approach the fight with a provoke champion. His kit revolves around him utilising Hex to hit a target extremely hard. He will ignore all defensive measures to Hex’d targets but you can take steps to control the Hex debuff. Read our full guide on how to beat him for full details!
Sorath the Frost Spider
Sorath is one of two Spider bosses in the Doom Tower. She uses her two spiderling allies to cleanse her of debuffs and to boost her attack. You’ll also need to watch her Passive Revive if you don’t bring a HP burn or Lydia! Finally she has an incredibly high Resistance Number unless you have placed HP burn so you will need to stretch your gear to get past this boss at the highest levels. Check out our full Sorath guide to learn about the best strategies to beat this floor.
Agreth the Nether Spider
Agreth loves poisons! At the start of the fight expect to be bombarded with Poisons that you will need to cleanse off. If you don’t Agreth will force all those poisons to instantly trigger dealing significant damage to your team. She brings 4 spiderling allies to the fight. Attacking these will place poison debuffs on you! What’s worse? All of these poisons are irresistible and cannot be blocked so you can forget bring Resistance or Block Debuffs to this fight! Check out our full guide to learn how you can beat Agreth!
Borgoth the Scarab King
Borgoth is a tanky old crab who’s perfected the art of damage reduction. The only way to crack his armor is to reduce his Max HP which can either be done through champion skills with Destroy Max HP or the more accessible route is using Destroy Artifact Set. Once you’ve got his MAX HP to 60% he’ll start taking full damage but at the start he’ll reduce your damage by 90%. Also, he doesn’t like if you attack without a shield – he’ll counterattack in retaliation which can get messy very fast! Check out our full guide on Borgoth including some solo strategies to beat this stage!
Iragoth the Eternal Dragon
Iragoth is the oldest dragon in Teleria and attracts many followers who both worship and protect Iragoth from foes who would harm him. Over the years Iragoth has acquired the ability to completely lock out enemy champion abilities. You need to be prepared to not use any active skills beyond your A1 or bring lots of resistance! He can hit quite hard with damage increasing on the number of skills you have on cooldown so you should plan ahead for that! Check out our full guide on how to beat Iragoth and his followers!
Grythion the Celestial Griffin
Grythion is Raid’s answer to an Enrage Mechanic (for anyone who’s played an MMO!). He will stack up Sky Bond passive stacks that progressively increase Grythion’s Attack, Critical Rate, Critical Damage and Speed and eventually will Ignore Shield, Block Damage and Unkillable effects. Time is precious against Grythion and he will take steps to speed up his stack gains so you will need a very specific team to beat him. Check out our guide on how to beat Grythion!
Bommal the Dreadhorn
Bommal the Dreadhorn is probably the hardest boss you will face in the Doom Tower. He loves bombs spawning DreadBomb allies that will hit you for a percentage of your champions HP and also places Bomb debuffs on your champions. His base stats are also incredibly high making resisting the bombs almost impossible without bringing a Decrease Accuracy debuff. Definitely check out our full guide on how to beat Bommel when he is in rotation!
Astranyx the Dark Fae
Astranyx is the ultimate Sorceress Supreme in Teleria. She has mastered the art of ethereal cloning taking copies of your champions and turning them against you. These mirror copies are exact replica’s of your heroes meaning the more powerful your team, the more powerful mirrors you will face. She makes the most of her new found allies and uses Ally Attack to dish out damage on your team. You’ll need to be careful about affinity – she will carry out different effects depending on the affinity she attacks and the quantity of those. Check out our full guide on Astranyx on how to approach and beat this boss!