Boss Monster Example
Species: Devourer
Profession: Ranger
Level(s): 6

This is an example of a Boss Monster.

Bosses are bigger and tougher versions of regular mobs, clearly distinguishable by the fact they have a proper name rather than a generic one. They usually have a slightly higher level than the corresponding mob (i.e. if a regular Grawl is level 4, a Grawl boss might be level 6). There are bosses for almost every type of opponent in the game. Bosses usually have the same skills as their conventional counterpart. Every time a boss is killed, the party gets a 2% Morale Boost and all the party members' skills are recharged, including Resurrection Signets. This happens even if the boss is killed by other monsters, without interference of the players.

The corpse of a boss will not disappear after some time, as regular corpses do, but will stay visible. This is to allow for the use of Signet of Capture to capture skills from dead bosses. For PvE characters, this is the only way to acquire Elite Skills.

  • Note that non-fleshy bosses don't leave visible corpses but it is still possible to capture skills from them in the normal way. These bosses will however, leave a small shadow on the ground in some areas making it easier to find their general location.

Bosses drop up to four items when slain. They have an increased chance to drop high quality items and they are the only creatures that can drop experience scrolls. Some bosses drop unique items.

Note: It is also important to be mindful of the corpse in some advanced areas where players will encounter monsters who can resurrect. They may revive the defeated boss. Defeating resurrected bosses will not yield additional morale boosts or additional loot, and will not recharge skills again.

Special Abilities


Bosses have a colored aura around them which denotes which class they are:

| For a list of all bosses, see Category:Bosses.

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