A famous bard, his name escapes you at the time, once wrote of the king-
"His face a visage of true nobility if ever there was one that could
truthfully make such a claim, a glance from this the most august of men
is worth a thousand coins of pure gold. In truth, were I to be given a
choice of a single gift, to be bestowed 'pon me on my death, it would be
to spend a mere instant in this man's great presence". While this mindless
adulation at first seemed almost fawning and pathetic, it is now almost
understandable; the man standing here seems to be a mortal- certainly he
is of only average height and appearance- yet at the same time seems to be
so much more than that. The mark of true nobility is certainly present here.
Nasr, Claymore of Sovereignty
the Cloak of Royalty
Crown of the Ages
Pops (one or the other):
the Ruling Sceptre
the Sigil of Law
|Bring:||1-2 tanks, 6-7 hitters|
|Tunnel:||7 + 3 mobs|
|Spells for tank:||basics, eldritch sphere, shadowform, antimagic shell, ethereal shield, dragonskin, demonskin, blazeward, cloud of darkness|
|Spells for others:||basics, shadowform, antimagic shell|
Corsterix is in King's Castle ( 13e, 3s, 3e, 2ne, 3se, e, 2s, sw, s, se, s, se, 2e, 2ne, e ), he's 2e, 4n from the entrance.
Warriors with Nasrs are great for Corst, mages are good and thieves are okay. You should be able to tank him with a thief but you can use two rescuing warriors if you want to be careful. With mages using paradox, attack and kill one of the hands and then the other, then style up and move on to Corsterix. Spell down both the hands and Corst with razorbait, ethereal funnel and faerie fire. Thieves should circle and mages should qspike. Corsterix heals if you hit him with paradox, sometimes when you circle him and also if you happen to tango with him.