Torghast, Tower of the Damned
PSA: normal Torghast layer and Twisting Corridor are not one and the same.
The latter is much harder to complete. Naturally, it is priced accordingly to its difficulty. Please make sure to select the “Twisting Corridor Run” option if you’d like us to complete a Twisting corridor for you.
To maximize your rewards from Torhgast for a single week you need to complete the two highest available layers. You will get up to 610 Soul Ash. The exact amount depends on the Layer number.
Completion of the selected level of Torghast, Tower of the Damned with at least 4 stars rating. As a result, you will get Soul Ash that drops at the end of a chosen layer. Select the type of the run — it will either be a Normal Torghast run or a Twisting Corridors run. Twisting Corridors are a challenge-layer that can be run indefinitely and is much harder than normal Torghast. Unlike normal Torghast, it only yields cosmetic rewards — no progression stuff to be farmed here.
*Regardless of the type of run you opt for, you will be prompted to select whether the target layer is unlocked for you. Select the layer number if you have access to the layer in question and you’re good to go. Otherwise, if you need to get access to the target layer — select from the layer range slider. The left handle of the slider represents the layer that you have access to (i.e. the layer we will start at) and the right handle — the layer you’d like to beat (i.e. the last layer we will complete for you).
Optional Unlock of the Torghast — if this option is selected, we will finish the questline that opens a portal to The Torghast.
Optional Unlock of Twisting Corridors – we will complete the quest chain that unlocks Twisting Corridors of Torghast. The ETA for this option is 4 – 8 weeks.
The time it takes to beat a layer varies to a great degree depending on the layer number and your class. The boost takes ~2 – 3 hours per normal layer. Furthermore, please keep in mind that Twisting Corridors are harder than normal layers and may take even longer to complete.
If you have access to the layer that you’d like to order we will run this layer with you or playing your character. If you don’t have access to the said layer, we will unlock it by completing all preceding layers you can’t access and then complete the target layer. Be advised, that you only have to unlock each layer once.
If you choose “Additional run in a different wing“, we will complete two runs of the same layer in both wings that are available this week.
You will also get a Corridor Creeper mount if you select all 8 layers in Twisting Corridors.
We don’t use programs or bots in our work. All orders are done by hand. We can stream the progress of your boost or provide screenshots at your request.
You can choose either Self-Play or Piloted mode for this boost. Former means that you will play yourself, alongside best team at our disposal. Latter means that one of our team will play for you. Please, be ready to share your login and password with us if you opt for Piloted.
Level 60 character. Use our Powerleveling service if you don’t meet this requirement.
Your character's average item level has to be 175 for layers 1–8, 208 for layer 9 and 223 for layer 10 or higher. Use our Full Gear service if it is lower.You also have to be able to access the Maw and Torghast or select the corresponding options.
Soul Ash Rewards
Depending on the layer of Torghast that you’ll choose to complete, you will be rewarded with an amount of Soul Ash. This reward is available once per week. Keep in mind, though, that you don’t have to run all layers in order to claim the maximum reward. You will get a sum of the Soul Ash that is awarded for all previous layers of Torghast at the end of the layer you choose to complete.
E.g. you chose to complete layer 7 and haven’t run Torghast this week yet. Once you’re finished with layer 7, you will get 47 Soul Ash.
Consult with the following table to find out the amount of Soul Ash you will receive for each normal layer.
About Torghast, Tower of the Damned Service From Epiccarry
Torghast, Tower of the Damned is located right at the center of The Maw, and lore-wise it is a place that serves as a jail to the most dangerous souls that, if ever released, pose a deadly threat to Azeroth. It is meant to be our main end-game farming location that features an endless and dynamic content, which is great news since the players will definitely have to spend a lot of time in this tower since it is the main way to farm Soul Ash — the resource used to create this expansion’s customizable Legendary gear, while also housing the Runecarver — an NPC that creates said gear.
Torghast is a dungeon-like experience where you can climb through an ever-changing tower on your own or in a group of up to 5 people, collecting powerful upgrades, cosmetic loot, and Soul Ash. It is designed in a way that provides a unique experience for every player or group as every time you run Torghast, the entire layout, enemies’ composition, and traps are different every run.Read More
The mobs here also require a bit more thought to be put down (compared to your typical trash), as the majority of them have special effects and powers which you will have to familiarize with if you want to clear the instance with any degree of efficiency. But, the fact that there is no timer ensures that you will be able to develop a viable strategy for conquering any and all of them.
Just because there are no time limitations and you can theoretically stay in the Torghast for as long as you need, that doesn’t mean that you are able to run endlessly. This instance’s fail condition has more to do with your ability to survive, i.e. not die. There is a death counter that scales with group size. The number of deaths starts at three for solo runs and each additional player in your party increases the counter’s max value by 2, maxing out at 11 deaths for 5 people runs.
Exceeding the counter spawns a massive and powerful skeleton mob – The Tarragrue, that always spawns at the start of the layer and starts slowly patrolling the level till he reaches the very end of it. And since the levels are linear, you’re bound to draw his attention at some point. The attention that you really want to avoid, as he will most-likely one-shot you and respawn you right at the start of the level before continuing on it’s path. This leaves you only one option – push forward and hope that you will be able to finish the level before Tarragrue reaches you.
The attempts at tying to complete any particular level of Torghast are not capped. However, the rewards are only available for the first successful run on each level. Also, the amount of Soul Ash that you’re able to get in Torghast is capped at 100 per week. What’s also worth noting is that by completing each new layer of the dungeon you unlock it forever and will be able to skip all previous layers on the following runs.
Our professional players are able to handle the task of farming the materials for your legendary gear, as well as unlocking new layers of the tower so you could jump straight into the chosen layer and increase the farming capabilities for your future runs.
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