Forgot your password? The Boss Mode Worlds Apart for Hardcore conquest requires that you kill all the bosses in Diablo 3 at max level on Torment X within 20 minutes of the start of the game. Note that all players within a game must be present for every boss kill in order to get credit for the bounty — this necessitates the "teleport saving" tactic outlined below.
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Since this conquest requires a fair amount of preparation and resides well outside of the core gameplay loop you usually do not engage bosses that are not bountiesit is rated as medium difficulty. The first thing you need to establish before attempting the Boss Mode conquest is whether you have the actual character power to deal with the bosses in the necessary timeframe.
In order to do this, do a quick run against some of the hardest and some of the easiest bosses as per the table below; i. Urzael and Kulle. If you can finish off the former within seconds and the latter within seconds, then the conquest should be doable. Remember that monster health and damage grow with additional players in the game, so if you plan on doing this conquest in a party recommendedcount a few seconds on top of your soloing power checks.
The bosses can be roughly divided into three categories: group one is both hard to find and take long to fight, group two is either hard to find or take long to fight, and group three is easy on both fronts. Note that this ranking does not take the actual difficulty of the fight into account, as this is a speedrunning achievement and it is assumed you comfortably overpower all the necessary bosses. For completeness of information, we also note which pre-boss areas can be navigated better with teleportation abilities Wizard's TeleportMonk's Dashing Strike ; those that cannot are best left to characters with speed buffs Barbarian's SprintDH's Tactical Advantage.
There are several items, class-agnostic and class-specific, that can help you successfully complete this conquest. On top of that, every class has one or more spells to aid both speed and utility.
With ease in mind, soloing the conquest is not the recommended thing to do. Nevertheless, it is quite doable with a single character, and a fun way to challenge yourself.
Any of the builds from the recommended section below can complete this conquest solo with a well equipped character. The boss difficulty tier list above is meant to acquaint you with the hard points of the run, not to enforce a particular order — you can stick to the list or do them on an act-by-act basis to keep things simple.
Organizing a party for this conquest will practically guarantee your success. You can either knock out the bosses using the difficulty order above, or do them on an act-by-act basis to minimize the necessary coordination still quite doable.
Since the conquest requires that all players be present for the boss kill to get credit, make sure to learn and remember to save your progress via teleports. When everyone in the group sets off to find a boss, inevitably someone will arrive before the others. At that point, everyone else MUST save their progress in the level by teleporting to town default key: "T"and accept the boss fight invitation. Once the boss kill is complete, return to town by opening the map default key: "M" and selecting the town waypoint and NOT via T!
This method saves a TON of time and is a dealbreaker for this conquest. The following builds are not the only ones capable of getting Boss Mode done, but have been picked for their easy adjustment into the item recommendations above and their good speed and utility key for the completion of the conquest.
This build is presented to you by Deadsetone of the very few professional Diablo 3 players. Deadset regularly publishes video guides on Youtube and streams on Twitchwhere you can see how this and other builds play out in practice.
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Sign in anonymously.Urzael, Harbinger of Death was the co-leader of the Reapers and a loyal follower of Malthael. Urzael was Malthael's most loyal servant and lieutenant. After his master's disappearance from the High Heavenshe spent years pleading for the Angiris Council to allow him to search for his master.
He was accompanied by a sect of angelic maidens who were Malthael's closest followers. As Malthael had taken a growing interest in humanity prior to his disappearance, Tyrael suggested that Urzael begin his search on Sanctuary. Searching the mortal realm, Urzael did not find his master, but he did find humans—far too many for his liking.
He saw how they murdered and cheated one another while turning a blind eye to the unfortunate. While humanity had the capacity to choose between good and evil, Urzael noted that they overwhelmingly chose the latter option. Urzael became disgusted with humanityand believed that if they should ever unlock their nephalem birthright, the Heavens would be doomed.
Eventually, Urzael found Malthael, and was not surprised to find that his master felt the same way about humanity as he did. They resolved to scour humanity from the face of Creation. Nothing that you do matters. Soon, demonspawn like you will be gone forever.
Malthael's forces, dubbed the Reapersmoved against the mortal realm, starting with Westmarch. By this time, Urzael's form had become large and fleshy, a hulking brute of a creature. Urzael commanded the Reapers attacking Westmarchand aware of the Nephalem's presence took measures to try to kill and delay them. His attempts failed however and the Soul Crucibles harvesting the souls of Westmarch were destroyed. Without the Crucibles to directly harvest the souls, Urzael rained fire down upon the city, aiming to kill its remaining inhabitants in a massive conflagration.
Urzael was confronted by the Nephalem in the Westmarch tower, and claimed that the fight had already been lost. In the ensuing battle however, Urzael was defeated.
The combat starts as soon as player gets to the second floor of the Tower of Korelan. The arena is of a rectangular shape, with two Health Fountains in two opposite corners. Urzael does not have a normal attack, instead using his cannon-like weapon to perform a variety of fire -based special attacks. He has the following abilities:. After his dialogue, his weapon will turn into a gargoyle-like empowered hand cannon, before the players recover from the stun. He retains all of his abilities from Phase 1, increases their damage and recharge rate, and gains two new attacks:.
On Torment difficultyUrzael has a hard enrage timer of 4 minutes. After that, all of his attacks set the heroes on fire, dealing continuous Fire damage until the combat ends, stacking with each other. It is still possible to kill him after the enrage, though. A nephalem hero can make the battle trivial through the use of a Star of Azkaranth. With that equipped, Urzael will be little more than a hardy obstacle, even after his Enrage timer has taken effect.
In the Walk in the Park event he ambushes the player character, luring them into a trap with a seemingly unguarded chestknowing they would go after it. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.Urzael is Matael's pupil who, just like the master wants to destroy the whole essence of demons.
She is armed with a projectile launcher with an in-built flame thrower. You can encounter him at the cathedral on the hills of the Western Marchia. Urzael is not the fastest and most intelligent foe you've encountered, but he can't be underestimated, as he has several abilities, which can easily end your life if you don't react in a proper way. The encounter focuses on avoiding his attacks, being his flamethrower, rocket jump and burning planks, falling from ceiling.
In this phase, Urzael attacks with a cannonball and a jumping kick. She does not use her flame thrower, yet and the dropping planks are circular in shape.
They also do not fall down that often and over the area as large as in the second phase. After you've depleted about a third of the enemy's health, the enemy will stun you for a brief moment just like Diablo does at the end of Act IVafter which he will set the whole floor of the cathedral ablaze.
During this phase Urzael will attack more frequently, and he will start using his flamethrower ability. As soon as you notice him breathing fire in your direction, the best solution is to avoid the attack - get out of it's line of fire, or jump behind the enemy's back.
The dropping planks are now rectangular in shape and they drop more often.
You need to remember that there are healing shrines at both sides of the arena. You can use them whenever you feel the need to. Cannonball - Urzael fires the projectile towards your character. The cannonball moves slowly and it leaves a fire trail behind, which deals damage when someone gets in its line of fire.
The projectile can be easily avoided, so it's better to do so, instead of taking the hit. Flamethrower - after one dialogue during the battle, Urzael starts using the flamethrower, which fires flames at an angle of 45 degrees.
You need to watch out for this attack and get back, as soon as Urzael starts firing, or get past him. Leap attack - Urzael stands on his rocket like on a pogo stick and highlights to circles on the arena - the first one if the one from which the enemy will jump, and the second marks his landing place.
You can stun the enemy as he starts preparing for this attack, which will interrupt the whole maneuver and the enemy won't be going anywhere. Crumbling ceiling - Urzael lifts her cannon into the air and after a while, flaming planks start falling onto the arena. After a short while, numerous burning planks will start falling on the arena, which will deal damage to your character if they hit, or if you step into the burning area left after a plank.
It is worth adding that this attack cannot be broken and even if you stun Urzael, the planks will drop anyways. Set Fire to the Pain - Kill Urzael in co-op. This means that you need to kill her with any players, instead of solo. Light it up - Kill Urzael at the highest level, without using any skills that limit crowd control, while playing at the Torment level, or higher. The skill that limit crowd control are that ones that, in one way or another, limit the opponent in their attacks, i.
The important thing is that it is you that this restriction concerns and not your friends. Even if they use them and you do not, you will get the achievement anyways. Fanning the Flames - Kill Urzael at the maximum level, within 90 seconds, at the Torment level, or higher. Boing, Clash, Boom - Kill Urzael without being hit with her leap attack, cannonball or the crumbling ceiling. To learn more, see above. Cinder, My Regards - Kill Urzael at the maximum level, without crowd controlling enemies, at the Torment level, or higher, in the hardcore mode.
The mode can be activated only when you create a new character. This means that if the character dies, it is erased immediately. Catching Fire - Kill Urzael at the maximum level, within 90 seconds, at the Torment level or higher in hardcore mode. All logos and images are copyrighted by their respective owners. Game Guides.It was revealed at Gamescom In Augustit was announced it would be coming for Nintendo Switch  and it was released in November that included exclusive content.
After Diablo is defeated by the Nephalem the player characterTyrael recovers the Black Soulstone that contains the essence of all seven of the Great Evils. Knowing it is too dangerous to leave in the hands of mortals or angels, he and six Horadrim take the Black Soulstone back to Sanctuary and attempt to seal it away where it can never be found - deep in the tomb of Rakkis, the first King of Westmarch, the kingdom established to the west of Khanduras.
However, the group is ambushed by Malthael, former Archangel of Wisdom and member of the Angiris Council, who had disappeared after the destruction of the Worldstone after it was corrupted by Baal twenty years earlier at the end of Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. Now calling himself the "Angel of Death", Malthael kills all but one of the Horadrim, incapacitates Tyrael in the process and steals the Black Soulstone.
Tyrael sends the surviving Horadrim, Lorath Nahr, to locate the Nephalem. Nahr encounters the Nephalem outside Westmarch City, which has been overrun by the Reapers, Malthael's army of enslaved spirits and renegade angels.
With the gates blocked, the Nephalem fights through the city sewers to the Zakarum cathedral in the city center, where they encounter Tyrael. Tyrael reveals that with Diablo gone, Malthael sees humanity as a race of demons based on their descent from the original Nephalem, the offspring of angels and demons; by wiping out humanity, Malthael hopes to end the Eternal Conflict, the long war between Heaven and Hell.
A sliver broke off from the Black Soulstone when Malthael took it, and Tyrael attempts to use it to discover Malthael's plans. The Reapers deploy two soul crucibles into Westmarch City to claim the souls of the dead, and the Nephalem locates and destroys them, earning the ire of Urzael, Malthael's chief lieutenant, who awaits the hero in Westmarch Heights. The Nephalem tracks Urzael down to the Tower of Korelan and defeats him in a gruesome battle.
The Nephalem learns from Myriam Jahzia, a mystic rescued during the attack against the soul crucibles, that Adria the witch of Tristram from the original gamewho is revealed to have been a servant of Diablo in Diablo III is in Westmarch seeking to locate the Black Soulstone and resurrect her master again. Lorath decides to accompany the hero, then learns that Adria sealed the tomb's entrance with a rock slide, so he suggests unlocking the guide-stones to open the correct passageway.
Travelling into the ancient ruins in the Blood Marsh outside Westmarch, the Nephalem confronts Adria, who manages to locate Malthael at the Pandemonium Fortress last seen in Diablo IIbuilt in the realm between Heaven and Hell to watch over the Worldstone.
She then transforms into a winged demonic creature, claiming that Diablo sent her a vision of his return at the hands of the Nephalem, after which the Nephalem slays her. Upon defeating the attackers, they are met by Imperius, Aspect of Valor and the commander of Heaven's armies, who reluctantly admits that Malthael must be stopped and leads the Nephalem into the Realm of Pandemonium.
Imperius directs the Nephalem to use an ancient battering ram to breach the fortress gates, using siege runes held by the demons trapped there. Tyrael arrives just as the Nephalem prepares to activate the ram, revealing that he has discovered Malthael's plan; he intends to use the Black Soulstone to consume all demonic essence in Sanctuary, including that which makes up the bloodline of humanity, leading to its extinction.
After breaching the gates with four hits with the battering ram, Tyrael informs the Nephalem that they must become "one with death", as Malthael is, in order to defeat him. Inside the fortress, the Nephalem encounters a figure from their past dependent on their class who directs them to unlock the soul prison kept in its depths.
The Nephalem channels the spirits from the prison and takes on an aspect of death themselves, before moving on to defeat the guardians that bar the way to Malthael's sanctum at the heart of the fortress.
The Nephalem holds their own against Malthael for a time, until he shatters the Black Soulstone and takes the power of the Seven Evils within himself. The Nephalem ultimately triumphs, striking down Malthael and saving mankind from his attempt to exterminate it; however, Malthael's death frees the Seven Evils, shattering the Black Soulstone; fulfilling Adria's final prophecy.
As Tyrael and Imperius look on after the Nephalem's victory, Tyrael sees the Nephalem in a new light: a protector of the innocent who can confront the most powerful champions of Heaven and Hell alike. Yet in the end the Nephalem still has a mortal heart that can be corrupted, and Tyrael wonders if the Nephalem will remain the savior, or become the doom of all creation.
The pre-expansion Diablo III patch 2. The patch changed many game systems, including class skills, difficulty, and the number and quality of items acquired. One of the changes in the patch was a change to the paragon level system. Previously, paragon levels were separated between characters and were limited in number. With this patch, all the previous paragon experience was combined into an account wide paragon level that had no maximum. This allowed players to change between different characters and retain the bonuses between them, depending on the game mode being played.
The patch also made major changes to the game's item drop system. The change was referred to by developers as "Loot 2.
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Items would now drop in decreased quantity but increased quality, with a greater proportion of high bonuses and more useful properties. Instead of the mostly random item properties, items now found by a character would typically have properties that could be used by the character that found it.
Many legendary items were changed to now provide playstyle and gameplay changing properties a skill may become modified, changing its previous use, or gain new effects that are otherwise unobtainable. Previously bind-on-equip and tradeable pieces of equipment were made account-bound instead, with a limited amount of time to allow trading to other characters who were present in game when the item was dropped.Forgot your password? Season 20, the season of the Forbidden Archives, is the latest to release in Diablo 3 and features some notable new content for the game, including 3 completely new sets, for the Barbarian, Witch Doctor, and Wizard.
Each season in Diablo 3, players are given a "free" set to earn through completing the first 4 chapters of the Season Journey. The seasonal theme for Season 20 will be completely flexible slots for Kanai's Cubewhich means you can use any piece of gear in any slot — for example, you can use 3 weapons in the cube at once.
If you want to find the best methods to speed-level in Season 20, you can check out our Seasonal Leveling guide, which goes over leveling methods, Kanai's Cubeitem upgrades and more. Below you can find guides for some of the new sets that were introduced this Season, as well as the Poison Nova Necromancer, which will only be viable this season!
Each season, a certain set of conquests is available for players to complete. The conquests for Season 20 are as follows, along with links to our guides for each:. As with recent seasons, Season 20 has some rewards that are being reintroduced from previous seasons; however, there is also a brand new frame and pet being brought in for players that complete their season journey.
The image below shows the base rewards for each step of the journey. Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers. Sign in anonymously. Sign in with Facebook. WoW Classic. Diablo III. Diablo IV. Borderlands 3. Overwatch 2. Leveling and Fresh 70 Guide. End Game. Rend Build with Wrath of the Wastes Set top-tier solo gr-pushing gr-farming.
Hammer of the Ancients Build with the Raekor Set high-tier solo gr-pushing gr-farming.
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Set Dungeon Guides. Wrath of the Wastes Set. Raekor Set. Might of the Earth Set. Immortal King Set. Blessed Shield Build with Legacy of Dreams top-tier solo gr-pushing. Thorns Build with Invoker Set top-tier solo gr-pushing speed-farming. Condemn Build with Legacy of Dreams high-tier solo gr-pushing.
Condemn Build with Akkhan Set high-tier solo gr-pushing speed-farming db-farming. Sweep Attack Build with Roland's Set mid-tier solo gr-pushing speed-farming. Bombardment Build with Legacy of Nightmares Set mid-tier solo gr-pushing speed-farming. Shield Bash Build with Roland's Set low-tier solo speed-farming.While many dungeons and paths are randomly generated, the area names and types of enemies and dungeons you'll find remain the same.
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The town layouts are always the same. Curious where all the Waypoints are? Leah's Room sits in the back of the Inn.Reaper of Souls Boss Guides: How to kill Urzael
The bodies of Dead Stristram Militia, Adventures, and stumps should provide you with some additional gold. The Old Ruins hold some familiar signs from the original game, as they're the home of the original Tristram destroyed in Diablo I. With Leah in tow, you'll slink into the basement of the hut to get the key into The Old Cathedral.
The Weeping Hollow is full of different types of Enemies and beware of the Crawling Corpses coming out of the bushes. There are three to choose from. While not accessible in the beta, the Ferryman in New Tristram does reveal that he travels to Wortham when things are less crazy in the area. North of Wortham, These caverns are covered in spiders, and lead up to the 2nd mini-boss battle with spider Queen Aranae herself.
Near the entrance to her chambers, you will come across the old hermit again, and find out his ultimate fate. Consisting of both the Northern and Southern Highlands, this wide expanse is covered with khazra and beasts. It is also notable for the relatively high amount of treasure goblins that can be found here. The highlands continue all the way to the entrance of Leorics Manor.
This Mansion is infested with Cultists, and simply entering prompts a huge battle. The Manor leads to the entrance to the Halls of Agony. The final levels before the end of the act, the Halls of Agony boast a powerful amount of strong enemies.
All the heavy hitters in act I are present here, and leads to an ultimate confrontation with the Act I boss, the Butcher.
However, this beautiful city is under attack by Belial, the Lord of Lies, and it falls on you to expose his lies to the truth. A searing desert, The Howling Plateau falls in the way to Alcarnus.
The Black Canyon Mines are the second part of the desert, and is where the waypoint is found for the area. The Stinging sands is directly north of the waypoint for the Black Canyon Mines.
Containing various events and dungeons, this area leads to the Khasim Outpost, and then continues on the other side, all the way to Alcarnus. The home of the Coven, Alcarnus is a city of death and despair. It is here that you face Maghda herself.
Last Edited: 12 Jul am. Was this guide helpful? YES NO. In This Wiki Guide. Rated "M". Developer Blizzard Entertainment. Publisher Blizzard Entertainment.Izual is the third boss in Act IV. He has a chance to drop the plans for Staff of Herding. He gained notoriety for being impossibly difficult when Diablo III was released as he was able to kill players in a few hits and his periodic Freezing made survival very difficult.
His normal attack hit for a lot of damage while his Charge ability dealt huge damage. His Chain Frozen ability used to summon normal Frozen Orbs on top of all party members. Sign In. Gamepedia and Fandom have joined forces and our combined teams would like to encourage all Diablo fans to unite and work together as well.
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