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Eden's Gate: Resurrection

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See also: Eden's Gate and Eden's Gate: Resurrection (Savage)

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Eden's Gate: Resurrection

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Level
80 (Sync: 80)
iLevel
425
Difficulty
Normal
Party size
Full Party
8man 2 Tank role.png 2 Healer role.png 4 DPS role.png
Time limit
90min
Roulette
Normal Raids
Tomestones
Allagan Tomestone of Phantasmagoria 10 Allagan Tomestone of Allegory 5 
Req. quest
Feature quest Deploy the Core
Entrance
The Core (X:23.4, Y:23.2)
Patch
5.01

Ryne's discovery of a vast concentration of Light prompts an expedition into the barren wastelands left in the wake of the Flood known as the Empty. There, you encounter the immense and enigmatic Eden, the very first sin eater and the progenitor of the destruction that all but consumed the world. Rather than seeking to end this threat once and for all, Ryne hopes to use its limitless power to restore the aetherial balance of the Empty and breathe life into the planet. However, she must first gain control of Eden's core, which is likely to have countermeasures for repelling intruders.

— In-game description

Eden's Gate: Resurrection is a level 80 raid introduced in patch 5.01 with Shadowbringers.


Eden Prime's Phases & Abilities

NOTE: The outer edge of the arena will kill any player that comes in contact with it.


Eden's Gate E1N Guide

Phase 1

  • Spear of Paradise causes Eden to slash the main target with a vicious two-hit tank buster for high damage per hit.
  • Eden's Gravity blasts the entire raid with unavoidable raid-wide damage.
  • Vice & Virtue (Orbs) places a noticeable mark above four random players in the shape of a cloudy orb, as well as noticeable circles around each target. After a brief delay, the orbs detonate, inflicting moderate damage to each target (as well as anyone caught in the AoE blasts), leaving behind a persistent puddle of darkness that should be avoided by all participants. If marked, be sure to move away from the centre of the arena (and fellow teammates) to avoid overlapping damage.
  • Eden's Flare creates a donut AoE at Eden's present location, forcing all participants to move into Eden's hitbox to avoid taking damage.
  • Vice & Virtue (Tank Blasts) causes Eden to tether itself to both tanks in the group and mark them with an orange indicator. After a brief delay, Eden will fire a large blast of high damage in a straight line towards each target. As a result, both tanks should make sure to stand apart from one another (away from the group) so that the line-blasts do not overlap or shoot through fellow teammates.
  • Pure Light begins with Eden teleporting to one of the four corners of the arena and long-casting a devastating AoE attack towards its centre. Once the cast-bar has been filled, anyone standing in-front of Eden will be blasted with tremendous damage that is typically fatal to non-tanks. To avoid, simply move behind Eden as soon as possible whenever you notice it teleporting to the corner of the arena. While doing so, be wary of the arena edges! Anyone who touches the edge in an attempt to escape the blast will be instantly slain.
  • Delta Attack is a triple AoE mechanic composed of a point-blank circle AoE around Eden, two large straight line AoE's that form the shape of a plus sign in the centre, and also places AoE markers on every member of the group. Due to the patterns, only the corners of the arena are safe, and the player-based AoE markers means that the group should split up to ensure that there is enough room in each safe spot to avoid clipping fellow teammates with their AoE's.
  • Dimensional Shift causes Eden to teleport to the arena centre and transform its surroundings while blasting the raid with unavoidable raid-wide damage. Once the animation fades, you'll notice the arena now has a reddish hue and no longer contains the same view as before. Whenever you see this transformation, the following mechanics will always take place, starting with:
  • Pure Beam - causing Eden to charge up and fire blasts of light into several orbs in the air. In addition, players will notice several other orbs on ground level around the arena. After a brief delay, the beams fired by Eden will begin shooting out of the ground-based orbs towards multiple random players periodically, peppering the entire battlefield with targeted line AoE's. Simultaneously, Eden will cast Paradise Lost, causing circle AoE's to repeatedly form under the feet of random players while they attempt to dodge the line AoE's. Being hit by either AoE type will inflict moderate damage and a stacking Vulnerability Up debuff, making consecutive hits more and more devastating.
  • Pure Light will be cast once more during the panic, causing Eden to teleport to a corner of the arena once again and charge up another fatal blast. While avoiding the AoE's of Pure Beam and Paradise Lost, players must be ready to move behind Eden while the AoE's recede in order to avoid taking fatal damage. Bear in mind, the edge of the arena will still kill any player who comes in contact with it, so be careful!
  • Dimensional Shift now causes Eden to teleport to the arena centre and transform the arena back to its original form while blasting participants with unavoidable raid-wide damage.
  • Fragor Maximus - similarly to Dimensional Shift - will blast the raid with unavoidable damage once more and catapult the arena into the depths of space.

Phase 2

During a brief respite, participants will be able to witness Eden's true form descending from above - the form of a gigantic space ship. After a moderate delay, two proximity markers will spawn near the arena centre, forcing all members of the group to move towards the north or south side to avoid taking as much damage as possible from both AoE blasts.

  • Guardian's of Paradise will land on the proximity markers - two adds that require tanks to pick them up and face them away from the party. Whilst alive, these adds will inflict occasional raid-wide damage as well as vicious cleaves towards their main targets. Bear in mind that if these adds are not slain within a sufficient time period, they will hard enrage and eventually wipe the entire party. If successfully slain, a long transitional animation begins, depicting Eden's Guardian Force attack from Final Fantasy VIII - eventually blasting the entire raid into a black hole within the depths of space. As the raid plummets back down to earth (ie. the original arena), all members will have taken high damage and require immediate healing.

If you have gotten this far, all the previous mechanics, excluding Fragor Maximus (the transition to space), will repeat on a loop until Eden (or the raid) is slain.

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