Mon, 8th Jan '07, 10:18pm
Ok -- I've got the battle down to where the statues turn into multiple King of Shadows. I can get them to the point where they freeze for awhile, but then they come back to life. I've tried using the pillars and bashing the pillars, thinking they are the key to destroying them....but to no avail. Can anyone help please?
Mon, 8th Jan '07, 10:26pm
From what I could tell, you just have to hold out long enough. Bashing the pillars comes later.
It was pretty chaotic, but it seemed that no matter how many you killed, more would spawn. And I'm pretty sure there were a bunch left when the next segment began for me.
That whole sequence was pretty chaotic for me with so many allies and enemies, it was hard to keep track of what was going on...
Mon, 8th Jan '07, 10:35pm
I totally agree. It got to the point where my party was just whacking at anything that moved. So many spell effects, you can't see a thing.
Mon, 8th Jan '07, 11:26pm
I think after a couple minutes the warlock will say "attack the portal with the silver sword!" if he's dead you don't get this line and you're left wondering "what next?"
Wed, 10th Jan '07, 2:21pm
By the time that the statues turned in the little Kings of Shadows, only Cassavir, Khelgar, Ammon and my PC were still alive. It was a long but not really hard fight at that point. There just seemed no end to those Shadows, but after a while less and less respawn, until finally only one little Kings stands fearful next to the last shadowy statue not even willing to come to fight. At that point all my henchmen came back to live. I didn't try resting, just mass healed and from there it was, kill last little King, destroy statues and nail the King of Shadows. Is it just me, or did anybody else find the reapers to be much more of a challenge than the KoS?