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FULL KAMALOKA GUIDE


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GENERAL RULES FOR KAMALOKA

- The kamaloka is available once per day, but it's not based on when you last did it, but rather on a set time (resets for everyone at 6:30am).
- You need a group of 2-5 people to do a normal Kamaloka, or up to 9 ppl to do the special kamalokas (more on those later)
- These bosses are not raidbosses, they can be bled, stunned, rooted, etc. Also they do very very little damage (alot like a normal mob) and can be killed without much trouble in most cases and the amount of xp from them is almost equivalent to a raidboss
- You must be within 5 lvl's of the Kamaloka to port in
- To enter, the party leader talks to the Instance guard located in town and ports you in (sorta like you'd enter a rift)
- In the kamaloka, you can't bring in outisde buffs except for the noobie buffs if your of that lvl. So, if you want any buffs inside, bring along a buffer.
- Kamaloka's have a 30minute time limit, and if you fail to kill the boss you can try again after your ported out, although he'll also be restarted at full hp.

LEVELS OF KAMALOKA

- Captain Bathis (Town of Gludio): Level 23, 26, 29
- Captain Lucas (Town of Dion): Level 33, 36, 39
- Captain Gosta (Heine): Level 43, 46, 49
- Captain Mouen (Town of Oren): Level 53, 56, 59
- Captain Vishotsky (Town of Schuttgart) Level 63, 66, 69
- Captain Mathias (Town of Rune): Level 73, 78, 81

NOTE: The above kamaloka are solo Raid Bosses except Labyrinth of the Abyss instances with levels 29/39/49/59/69/78/81 with mobs and 2 RBs (1st for xp and 2nd for drops).

 

Kamalokas x9s are separate from the x3/x6 kamalokas...they can be completed right after you do a normal kamaloka grp...although i think the "once a day" rule still applies...
All the Kamalokas ending in '9' are special in that you can have 9 people enter them. Ive only tried the 39 and 49 version, but was no where close to completing them. These have 1 hour time limit, and 4 'rooms' each. The first room consists of some very very tough mobs, as does the 2nd room. The third room has a single kamaloka style boss and the 4th room has another boss with multiple minions. These kamaloka are no joke, most mobs in there will kill you in just a few hits. Even my 4x tank couldnt stand up to the 39 kamaloka, hp was dropping fast with UD on. From what ppl have said, the reward isnt much better than a normal kamaloka either, so I think these are only in game to present a serious challenge to players seeking to do the impossible. Unless you've got a seriously stacked full party, my advice is to avoid these types of kamaloka. (i will continue trying them though and report results)

Why should you go in this instance daily?
- Low lvl Kamaloka - at least for XP, enchants and armors/weapons (for crystals)
- High lvl Kamaloka - at least for XP, enchants but also for A grade weapons (lvl 69), A grade armors and jewels (lvl 73), S grade armors and weapons (lvl 78/81) with full drops drop chance between 2% to 6%.

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