In the moons following the Calamity, myriad rumors of ghastly creatures stalking the Twelveswood began spreading across the realm like wildfire. While most of the rumors have since been deemed unfounded, there is one series of events that has remained difficult to cast off as merely the ravings of broken-minded smallfolk: that concerning the supposed Dark Rider of the Shroud. After several deaths attributed to this mysterious figure, Seedseer O-App-Pesi sought communion with the spirits of the Twelveswood, only to learn that the rider was none other than the elder primal Odin. Slain in the Third Astral Era by an Allagan hero, why and how the primal has returned to Eorzea remains a mystery - one now in the capable hands of Eorzea's adventurers.
— In-game description
Although not categorized as such, Urth's Fount has a difficulty more in line with an Extreme trial, and is therefore only in the Mentor roulette. Players should be warned that queue times will be long and clears difficult when using Duty Finder. Pre-forming a group in Party Finder is recommended.
- See also: Steel Reign
- Quest: Fear and Odin in the Shroud
- Quest-giver Location: Scarlet - New Gridania (x9,y11)
- Prerequisites: Main Scenario Quest The Ultimate Weapon, All You Wanted to Know about Odin
Dark Divinity: Odin
Note that despite popular belief, it is not possible to interrupt any of his attacks.
Second note: This is not a hard fight, but requires you to be on your toes at all times!
Estimated DPS requirement: 1750 raid-wide DPS.
He will cast Shin-Zantetsuken, his ultimate, at 15% HP or after 6 minutes.
Hall of Sorrow: Raid-wide magical damage, unavoidable. Hits for about ~1700 damage. Casts periodically.
Hall of Lead: Targets 3 random raid members (never MT) for magical damage with a medium AoE. Hits for about ~1500 damage, unavoidable. Inflicts 10s Slow on all affected targets. Can be cleansed.
Hall of Stone: Targets random raid members with a ground-based AoE. Can be avoided, you have ~2s to run out. Number of raid members targeted increases as fight drags on. Will create two circles from the second or third cast on. Hits for about ~2600 damage, and inflicts 8s Petrifaction on hit targets. Cannot be cleansed.
Einherjar: Raid-wide unavoidable magic attack. Has a 3s cast time. First Einherjar is followed by Gungnir immediately after. Second Einherjar has no Gungnir near. Third Einherjar happens after the second Gungnir's gone down and after Odin uses Sanngetal. Hits for about ~2700 magical damage, and inflicts a 30s DOT on the entire raid; this DOT can be cleansed.
Valknut: Medium-sized AoE around Odin. Can be avoided. Hits for about ~6,000 damage. Happens periodically, but guaranteed after each Gungnir. Seems % based, a la 'Gravity' - does terrifying damage to unsynced characters.
Sanngetall: Death-sentence-like attack. Single-target damage against whoever has highest aggro (usually tank). Hits for about ~8000 physical damage unmitigated. Should be shielded and cooldowned, as it happens once every minute or so; off-tank can also provoke right after it hits. Has a 3s cast time.
Gagnrath: Attributed to Gungnir instead of Odin, so damage can't be reduced. Red spears appear on the outside of the arena and dash in a straight line across. Avoidable. Two patterns: Three lines horizontal towards east, then three lines towards west. Two lines from North and East through center, then two lines from North-East and South-East through center, both to opposite side, so two crosses. Initially will only have one dash and not the second one, later on will be two. Valknut often happens during these Gagnrath attacks. Hits for about ~2700 physical damage, and knocks its targets back about 1/3rd of arena.
Gungnir: Three random targets (never MT) are targeted with a large purple circle AoE that centers on target (moves when you move). After 3~5s, Gungnirs drop down on the targets for ~1300 physical damage to everyone in AoE. Can be mitigated, etc. Note that Hall of Sorrow goes off at the same time as the Gungnirs go off, for ~3000 physical and magical damage to Gungnir targets total. Gungnir also inflicts a raid-wide DOT field for as long as the three spears remain alive. Unknown how much damage this DOT does. Cannot be cleansed. Need data on Gungnir HP -- Roughly 30k hp.
Auto-attack: Hits for about 1300 slashing physical damage.
Shin-Zantetsuken: Unavoidable 99,999 damage to the entire raid. Cannot be interrupted. Starts the cast at about 15% HP, or after 6 minutes. Not sure on how much time you have to kill him after he starts cast, but eyeballed at about ~30s. There's a 7s or so cast animation afterwards during which you can still kill him to acquire a win. Shortly after this, even if this attack is weathered due to unsync, the duty will reset.
- Einherjar -> Gungnir -> Valknut -> Sanngetal (first time)
- Gungnir -> Valknut -> Sanngetal -> Einherjar (second time)
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