Shining winged disir

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Shining winged disir
Level 114
Family family creatures
Body Type [[]]
Area(s) Found Hinterwilds
Attack Attributes
Physical Attacks
Warding Spells

Defense Attributes
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Hunting Strategies

  • Vibration Chant (1002) can eliminate their "spears" (which hit like lances). Disirs then switch to a magical, non-physical shield which can't be blown up, but many will find that preferable to letting them swing lances with 650 AS.
  • Disirs behave somewhat unpredictably under the effects of Prayer of Holding (301), as sometimes it'll keep them bound while other times they'll shake it off immediately and counterattack in a single combat round. The fact that it even sometimes holds them makes it viable as a setup leading into Condemn (309), though, as it just means binding them repeatedly until it sticks.
  • Disirs move fairly quickly in combat, so, in this case, casting Aura of the Arkati (1614) the hard way and then attacking with a beseeched Repentance (1615) is far more reliable than the other way around. Opening with Repentance might allow the disir to get up by the time the paladin's out of cast RT and on to her physical attack, but opening with the Aura of the Arkati debuff will leave that lasting long enough to carry through to the followup.
  • Moonbeam (611) is a near universal solution in the Hinterwilds and disirs are no exception. However, they can occasionally get out of even that, so tread carefully. A followup Spike Thorn (616) against a bound disir will often miss the kill even with heavy training in Ranger Base and Summoning lore, which is more than most Hinterwilds creatures can say, but repeated casts will still win the day.

Other Information

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See Also

Near-level creatures - edit
Level 112

Level 113

Level 114

Level 115


Level 116


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