WoW Shadowlands: Surviving the Fracture Chambers

WoW Shadowlands: Surviving the Fracture Chambers

Get rid of those pesky assassins!

Torghast, also known as the Tower of the Damned, is one of the most imposing figures in World of Warcraft lore. Recently, a rather notorious wing opened up—the Fracture Chambers. Naturally, the WoW faithful celebrated as a new wing means a new place to discover and more WoW gold to loot! Unfortunately, it is rife with deadly assassins looking to end your adventure in one fell swoop. But fortunately, we’re here to guide you along. So fill your virtual pockets with cheap WoW gold, pack up your essential WoW items, and get ready for a long adventure.

Here’s our essential guide to mitigating those pesky assassins in the Fracture Chambers!

Fracturing Forces

The main thing to note about the Fracture Chambers is that it constantly seeks out fresh prey—that means you! To its end, it calls out Mawsworn Shadestalker every half-a-minute while its target is not currently engaged in combat. It is also bumped up with a 10% health increase which stacks up over time.  

Complications & Mitigations

As if dealing with the constant threat of assassins isn’t enough, you’ll also need to have your wits about you to complete puzzles. A surefire way to mitigate this complication is to ensure that you are constantly in combat mode.

To mitigate them you’ll need to bide your time in the so-called break rooms. As the torments of the tower will be inactive there, you’ll get some much-needed rest to compose yourself. Take note, however, that there really isn’t any way to permanently deactivate the tower’s torments.

It’s also worth noting that Mages and Hunters play a crucial part in this. The former because of their inherent ability to polymorph creatures and the latter because of their skill in setting traps which can turn the tide in your favor during combat.

Also, it’s important that you go about your raid wisely. By that, we mean using the mawrats to your advantage. It will be easy to engage one in combat as they are practically littered all over Torghast. Do note that you shouldn’t get carried away during your engagement. DO NOT KILL IT as you need to be in perpetual combat mode. If, for some reason, you can’t spot mawrats, then you’ll just have to make do with lowly enemies such as skeletons. That way, you’ll remain in combat mode while still being relatively safe.

The Fallen

If and when you manage to make it through the initial challenges of the Fracture Chambers, you’ll need to muster up your courage for one final push: Facing Kosarus the Fallen. There are different bosses whom you will encounter in the Fracture Chambers, but he is the one that’s worth noting. With his unique ability of Predator’s Gaze, it won’t be an easy task. For one, you’ll need to keep steady every time he casts it. Don’t despair though as you can prevent this by stunning him quickly. Again, DO NOT MOVE. Now, we’re not saying you should let yourself be a target; you can still attack him using various WoW items such as smoke bombs.

Kosarus has another ability in the form of Collapse, a random AoE. This should be easy to avoid so we won’t delve deeper into it. The key to defeating him is to really negate his first ability. When all things are considered, it’s really the only thing that makes him a formidable foe anyway. Again, you’ll encounter other bosses,

Conclusion

Torghast is filled with massive challenges—especially for the unwary. Make sure to buy WoW gold and stock up on your essentials before you even think about taking on this challenge. That being said, no challenge is so daunting that it can’t be overcome. And with this Fracture Chamber guide, you’ve taken your first step to conquering the seemingly unconquerable. Do you have what it takes to take up the gauntlet? We hope so—great rewards await you after all. Good luck and see you in Azeroth!

Do you have any other surefire tips that we may have failed to mention? Let us know by leaving a comment below!

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