The Naryu Labyrinth is an Epic difficulty max-level dungeon available in 6- and 4-player versions. While the encounters and enemies you’ll face are certainly challenging all on their own, you’ll also need to jump, glide, and find your way through this sprawling maze. Each room contains a unique encounter that—when defeated—will unlock a door at random to the next room. Progressing will follow with a similar random advancement to the room beyond, the room beyond that, and so on; creating a unique and challenging experience each time you enter the Labyrinth.
While there are countless individual rooms that you’ll progress through randomly, there are three total floors to descend, and a boss to defeat that guards each of the exits to the next floor below.
Each boss has their own tantalizing treasures to take once they’ve been defeated, but along the way you’ll also acquire Naryu Labyrinth Relic Pieces, which can be turned in to Exchanger Junsu just outside the entrance for a Labyrinth Treasure chest, which contains a variety of items, including the coveted Black Sun costume.
The Gods of Wind and Thunder, Fujin and Raijin, are a difficult trial for even the most coordinated groups of warriors, and among the gods’ most sought-after treasures are their costumes, allowing anyone to become the embodiment of the wind and thunder itself.
Mushin’s Tower – Floor 8
The next floor of Mushin’s Tower has unlocked, and warriors capable of conquering the prior seven floors can now take on the three embodiments of Mushin himself. He has returned to take a personal hand in training those hoping to continue their ascension of the tower.
Mushin’s embodiments will use powerful techniques, and those challenging him will need to defeat each one separately against increasingly strict time limits. Among the great treasures he drops are the Fury weapon skins, and Mushin’s Soul Shield—an entirely new Soul Shield set.
While Floor 8 completes the first section, it’s clear the tower continues to rise far above this floor, and it’s no doubt that more will be unlocked at some point, though no one knows when that may be.
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A flashy and bold ranged class who summons the spirits through charms and talismans.
The Warlock class will become available in Blade & Soul on March 2 with the Unchained update. We’re dedicating this week to previewing the Warlock, and have a new class page where we’ve revealed techniques from the Hongmoon Secret Tome, wallpapers, and a class video.
Be sure to join us on the official Blade & Soul Twitch channel[/url ]February 25 at 10am PST to watch our dedicated Warlock stream; and check out Twitch streamers Bajheera & WarcraftJen, SattelizerGames, Silkwood, VirusBNS, MrHappy1227 & Mel, and [url="http://www.twitch.tv/kimvoslice"]KimvoSlice on Friday February 26 from 1pm-5pm PST as the Warlock is explored from a different perspective.
The Warlock Overview
The Warlock is Blade & Soul’s second dedicated ranged class with great power but considerable fragility. Many of their powerful abilities have significant casting times and long cooldowns, requiring one of two strategies to be employed: keep enemies at bay or incapacitated long enough to be able to cast the high damage abilities again, or reduce cooldown times through expert timing of other abilities.
The most iconic aspect of a Warlock is their ability to summon a Thrall as an ally on the field. This Thrall lasts for only a short period of time, but can be useful in engaging an opponent while the Warlock is busy setting up the scene for their next big performance.
The Warlock in Play
The Warlock needs to eliminate opponents quickly and efficiently, or risk being overwhelmed and easily defeated. As such, their combos need to be set up on either reducing or resetting the cooldowns of their primary damage-dealing abilities—Dragoncall and Wingstorm—or triggering instant-cast scenarios.
In keeping with the shamanistic theme, Warlocks can apply certain afflictions on their enemies. A Brand on an enemy will increase the damage dealt by some spells, whereas a Target on an enemy will allow the Warlock to instant-cast spells and direct the Thrall’s attention.
For party play, the Warlock provides an incredible support buff. Their time-winding abilities can extend out to their party members by triggering Soulburn, which resets the cooldown of everyone’s skills, and gives them the Awakened state. When active, specific abilities for each class will also become Awakened, and receive a big power boost on top of the general buff.
In Arena PvP, the Warlock has a pretty substantive set of defensive skills to accompany their powerful offensive skills, but still suffers from a glass cannon status that could be easily exploited. The Thrall should be used tactically as their cooldown cannot be reset and their presence alerts the opponent for the potential for highly powered abilities activating upon the Thrall’s sacrifice. Prioritizing instant-cast abilities, fast casting speed, and skills that pierce defenses over high-damaging abilities can all help to ensure the Warlock can hold their own competitively against the other classes.
1. Soul Shackle (2)
2. Leech (F)
3. Dragoncall (4)
4. Wingstorm (V) Tier 3 Stage 1
5. Tether Blade (X)
1. Soul Shackle (2)
2. Leech (F)
3. Wingstorm (V)
4. Dimensional Volley (RMB) Tier 3 Stage 4
5. Dimensional Charge (RMB) Tier 3 Stage 4
6. Dragon Helix (4) Tier 2 Stage 3
7. Rupture (F)
1. Imprison (3)
2. Summon (Tab)
3. Obliterate (Tab)
4. Soul Shackle (2)
5. Leech (F)
6. Dragoncall (4)
7. Wingstorm (V)
8. Dimonsional Volley (RMB) Tier 3 Stage 4
9. Dimensional Charge (RMB) Tier 3 Stage 4
10. Dimensional Salvo (RMB) Tier 3 Stage 4
11. Awakened Rupture (F)
1. Soul Shackle (2) Tier 3 Stage 1
2. Summon (Tab)
3. Fall In (E)
4. Leech (F) Tier 3 Stage 3
5. Dragoncall (4) Tier 5 Stage 1
6. Time Distortion (Tab) Tier 3 Stage 3
7. Wingstorm (V) Tier 3 Stage 1
8. Dragoncall (4)
9. Tether Blade (X) Tier 3 Stage 1
10. Dragoncall (4)
11. Dragoncall (4)
12. Dragoncall (4)
13. Dragoncall (4)
14. Bombardment (RMB) Tier 3 Stage 1
15. Bombardment (RMB)
16. Bombardment (RMB)
17. Imprison (3) Tier 4 Stage 1