Two or four Vault Warders?Edit
The article states that in Stage 3, four elites are summoned. I've only ever seen two elites summoned. Is the number four old data, or simply wrong? Or is there something I don't know? --Nyquill 21:19, 20 September 2006 (EDT)
Somebody ought to mention that nowadays, the strategy to kill Archaedes is to simply DPS him as fast as humanly possible, as all mobs he summons disappear instantly upon his death. In this age of the game, most groups fighting in Uldaman are alts of level 60 players, and either have above average gear, or above average concept of how to play the game. In having been through Uldaman hundreds of times on varying mains and alts, I can honestly say I've never been in a fight where we had to do all this "management" of his summoned helpers, instead just DPSing the daylights out of him, and winning easily. --Bpt15239 19:07, 10 January 2007 (EDT)
Artifact Weapon Details Revealed and Darkmoon Faire Chat Edit
Read the artifact short summaries of their history. This guy is mentioned in a few.
- Holy - The Silver Hand
"As one of the titanic watchers, Keeper Tyr bore this weapon in countless battles against the titans' enemies. When one of his fellow keepers, Loken, fell to corruption, Tyr and his allies stole the Discs of Norgannon to investigate the extent of Loken's betrayal. Discovering the theft, Loken sent horrific monsters after Tyr's group, but Tyr sacrificed his life to fight the creatures while his comrades escaped with the discs. His hammer was lost with him somewhere beneath the land now named in his honor: Tirisfal."
- Protection – Truthguard
"The titanic watchers Tyr and Archaedas created this shield when their comrade, Loken, fell to corruption. They gave Truthguard to a vrykul champion who used it to expose Loken's treachery. When Tyr and his allies later stole the Discs of Norgannon and fled, the champion stayed behind and held off many of Loken's servants. A desperate Loken sent horrific monsters after Tyr, who fell in combat. In time the vrykul champion migrated to Stormheim in the Broken Isles, where the shield was eventually entombed in the Path of Kings."
^ website with the info.
So, there is more to Archaedas's story now. More to Tyr's as well! (There is other Lore stuff, but this pertains to this guy)
18.104.22.168 05:54, November 7, 2015 (UTC)