Tower of Latria

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General Information[edit]

World Walkthrough Boss(es) NPC(s) Enemies
3-1, Tower of Latria Fool's Idol
- Doll Demon's Soul
- Once Royal Mistress (vendor)
- Sage Freke, the Visionary
- Lord Rydell
- Baby's Nail Black Phantom
- Mind Flayer
- Prisoner
- Prisoner Horde
3-2, Fool's Idol Archstone Maneater
- Mixed Demon's Soul
- Yurt, the Silent Chief - Gargoyle
- Man Centipede
- Giant Man Centipede
- Mind Flayer
- Prisoner
- Prisoner Horde
3-3, Maneater Archstone Old Monk
- Yellow Demon's Soul
None - Man Centipede
- Mind Flayer


General Strategy[edit]

  • Latria is a creepy atmospheric world with a unique flavor, and without care several of the enemies here will make you the tasty flavor on their menu.
  • Besides physical attacks, you will encounter several enemies which will use potent ranged magic attacks, and also some which will poison you. There are no sources of flame attacks here.
  • The strong ranged magic attacks are from the guards, the two Prisoner Horde enemies, and the Fool's Idol boss
  • For the Mind Flayer enemies encountered in 3-1, be sure to have a bow and plenty of arrows, which are very effective.
  • Bring a shield which blocks as high a percent of magic as possible:
  • If you are caught in a long corridor or open space without hiding spots you may still take a lot of damage from these ranged attacks. Use cover to prevent getting hit at all.
  • You will encounter poison on the tip of some of the prisoners' daggers, and from the Man Centipedes in the swamp of 3-2.
  • Increasing your poison resistence can make it less likely you will be affected
  • Natural poison resist comes from your Endurance stat, and can be boosted with a Ring of Poison Resistance , and some other equipment
  • Gloom Armor or Black Leather armor are the best
  • Bramd and Istarelle are unique valuable weapons which provide a great boost
  • Bring Royal Lotus to heal poison, and equip it for fast [] hotkey use next to your healing items
  • The miracles Antidote and Cure are also quick ways to remove the poison effect
  • The variety of enemies has no wide-scale resistances to physical, fire, or magic damage, so try whichever upgraded weapons and spells are your favorites.
  • Make sure you have a reliable source of ranged damage (bow, crossbow, or spells) for 3-2, since the airborne crossbow-firing Gargoyles can be hard to lure into melee killing range, and ranged offense will lower your stress level dealing with the Mind Flayers (as mentioned above) in 3-1 as well.
  • The term "Latria" refers to the adoration of God in catholic and orthodox theology.

Archstone of the Tower Queen[edit]

  • Tower of Latria
  • Latria, land of the Queen's ivory tower.
  • An old man took revenge on the Queen by locking her family in a prison with inhuman guards. All that escapes the place are the prisoners' cries.
  • Fool's Idol Archstone
  • Archstone of the Demon Fools's Idol
  • The church devoted to an idol mimicking the queen gave hope to the prisoners, but the malice behind it will crush their faint solace…
  • Maneater Archstone
  • Archstone of the Demon Maneater
  • Masses of flesh litter these hanging prisons. Latria's current master, an old man who is no longer human, has been creating his own demons…
  • Old Monk Archstone
  • Archstone of the Demon Old Monk
  • His revenge complete, the old man withered away, possessed by golden robes of insanity. Too weak to be a demon's vessel, his soul was eaten.

World Tendency Representation[edit]

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