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|Belua the Unquenchable|
The Water Mini-Dungeon was one of the four mini-dungeons in the Canyon of the Lost that were released with the 1.14 Gavel Expansion. The mini-dungeon could be found up a wooden path that is northwest of the valley of Thesead and was associated with the water element. It had a similar theme to that of the Ocean Mini-Dungeon, though the two should not have been confused for one another. Most of the mobs found in the dungeon were around the levels 80-90, the recommended level range of the Canyon. It did not give any rewards.
Guide[edit | edit source]
Phase 1[edit | edit source]
The first phase was set in a large room with waterfalls and consisted of both battle and puzzle. Behind each waterfall was a hole; four of which would lead back to the same room, while one lead to the next stage. While attempting the puzzle, both melee and ranged level 86 mobs would have to be dealt with.
Phase 2[edit | edit source]
The second phase was nearly identical to the first - players had to choose the correct waterfall in a large room with the hindrance of battling monsters. In this stage, however, the mobs were more powerful and in greater numbers than before.
Phase 3[edit | edit source]
The third phase was a vertical water parkour, in which players had to climb up floating water blobs to get to the next stage. It was in a room surrounded by water and it contained a few mobs which provided relatively little challenge.
Boss Phase[edit | edit source]
Belua the Unquenchable was a ranged boss whose minions, River's Shadows, attacked through melee. She regenerated health very quickly, especially due to that she used a regeneration spell.
Tips[edit | edit source]
- (First Puzzle): The hole behind the fourth waterfall, in the southwest corner of the room, leads to the next phase.
- (Second Puzzle): The hole behind the third waterfall, in the southeast corner of the room, leads to the next phase.