Vorgeth, the Boundless Hunger

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Vorgeth, the Boundless Hunger
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Biographical Information

Species:

Hive (formerly)
Taken

Faction:

Savathûn's Hive

Rank:

Ultra

Class:

Taken Ogre

Combat Information

Mission:

The Shattered Throne

Abilities:

High Durability
Taken Shield
Arc Rotting Surge
Ultra Slam
Void Axion Dart
Summon Taken

 

Vorgeth, the Boundless Hunger is a powerful Taken Ogre that appears in the dungeon The Shattered Throne. Vorgeth attempts to prevent The Guardian from making their way to Dûl Incaru, the Eternal Return, but is unsuccessful. It is one of the Taken enemies that is currently trapped in Quria, Blade Transform's three week time loop of the Dreaming City's curse.

Gameplay[edit]

Vorgeth is the last boss before the player meets Dûl Incaru, the Eternal Return. Vorgeth, the Boundless Hunger will spawn along with numerous adds and multiple Keeper of Petition. In order to clear Vorgeth's immunity shield, the keepers need to be defeated. After the first keeper is killed, they drop a relic which applies a debuff to all players for 45 seconds called "Petitioner's Mark". If the debuff times out, every participating player dies. As a result, each petitioner must be killed within 45 seconds of each other. Each kill will stack the "Petitioner's Mark" four times, up to "4x petitioner's mark". After all keepers are eliminated, a player picks up a buff from the last keeper giving them "petitioner's burden". Players can now dunk "petitioner's burden" buff into any of the four plates around the center of the arena. Vorgeth's shield becomes broken and allows players to begin a timed damage phase. When the timed damage phase ends, Vorgeth regains immunity and players must repeat the process again with the keepers. During damage phase, Vorgeth will stop his main attack and will begin to discharge Axion Bolts. Upon completing the encounter the player is rewarded with a piece of powerful gear.

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