Lord of the Lost Lands

Last updated: 12.0.0

The Lord of the Lost Lands is an event boss that spawns once per realm. It drops the Ice Cave at a decent rate, and the UT Shield of Ogmur at a very rare rate.

Contents

Stats

HP: 70000
DEF: 30
EXP: 59

Event
Level 20 Quest
Immune to Stasis
Counts Towards God Kills


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Combat

Attacks

Aesthetics
Damage
Condition effects
Speed (tiles/sec)
Range (tiles)
Comments
White Beam
95
8.3
16.6
Vortex
250
Bleeding for 5s
3.5
17.5
Piercing Passes Cover

Behavior

The Lord of the Lost Lands cycles through the following phases in order.

Combat Phase

The Lord of the Lost Lands spawns in several Guardians of the Lost Lands, which in turn spawn groups of Knights of the Lost Lands. He will also be firing wide spreads of pink beams both in the direction of the nearest player and the opposite direction. After a certain time has passed he will enter his Charging Phase

Charging Phase

The Lord will taunt “GATHERING POWER!” and begin charging his attack. He is very vulnerable in this phase, but after a few seconds he will fire several radial waves of giant red vortexes that inflict massive damage and bleeding. After firing several waves, he generally enters his Protection Phase.

Protection Phase

The Boss will spawn in about 8 Protection Crystals that will orbit him and fire rapid spreads of high-damage shots. He will not fire or summon during this phase, but is invincible until the crystals have been destroyed. Upon their destruction, he will transition into his Combat Phase again.

Death

The Lord will yell “NOOOOO!” in the chat before exploding into a ring of the same giant vortexes from his Charging Phase, which have been known to kill unwary players. Note that any Guardians, Knights, or even Crystals that are still active will not die when he does.

Reproduction

Spawns :
Protection CrystalProtection Crystal
Guardian of the Lost LandsGuardian of the Lost Lands


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Drops

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Tips and Strategies

General Tips
- If the Lord of the Lost Lands spawns in a heavily forested area, it’s advised to take advantage of cover. This is very useful against crystals.

  • His minions drop HP and MP potions so it’s worth killing them.

Wand and Staff Tips

  • Remember, Wands and Staffs have more range so they can snipe away at the Protection Crystals on the edge of their screen. Use the Off-centered view when doing this.

Knight Tips

  • Max Speed First
  • Stand about 2 squares away from the Lord when he is in his protection phase. Make sure there are no crystals near you.
  • The second he awakens, stun him.
  • Damage him for 2 seconds and then escape.
  • Try to get in occasional hits, then repeat.
  • If you stun before the last crystal is broken, then he emerges from the protection phase he will not spawn mobs, making fighting easier for everyone.

Tips for Bow, Dagger, and Sword users

  • Before attempting the Protection Crystals, Make sure your speed is at least 50. When the crystals spawn, circle around the crystals and hit them repeatedly. Make sure there are no other players that will mess up your pattern.

  • Play safe. Sword users are best when the Lord shoots pink shotguns. Bow and dagger users work best on the “GATHERING POWER!” phase, since they can hit the Lord at a safe distance without frequently strafing.

  • Bow and Bone Dagger users may attack the Lord’s minions to earn some HP and MP pots, also making the Lord easier to damage. Sword users easily damage the minions too, but may take longer due to the lack of piercing weapons.

  • When the Lord goes into dying phase (he says “NOOOOOO!” on this phase), do not stand right next to him awaiting the loot. Stay a safe distance so that you will not get killed by his final shotgun. This applies for all the other classes, too.

Sometimes people say “landlord”, lotll (Lord of the Lost Lands), or “lord of the lost loot”, when they refer to the Lord of the Lost Lands. The latter term is used because quite often people will rush in to get their loot and die by the minions and crystals that still circle the death spot.


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