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How to Complete the Rare Blood Hunt in Tear Coast
Rare Blood in Tear Coast is made up of four epic enemies. They are just a bit more difficult than other monsters of the same level. It is highly likely that you will not bump into most of these enemies while questing. Only one is part of a quest reward, and two are way off the beaten path.
It is only natural to accept that Gameloft would make each continent just a little bit harder than the one before it. Rare Blood follows the same idea.The reward for finishing the achievement in the Tear Coast is 10 Gold. But every zone must be finished to gain the Hunter achievement.
The Four Rare Blood in This Zone
This guide covers the following Rare Blood in order:
- Dagger Teeth
- Poison Tongue
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1. Dagger Teeth
Dagger Teeth is a big, brown level 17 alligator living in the far north of Tear Coast.
The Old Oak Mine is the best place to teleport to if you wish to challenge this beast.
How to Find Him
From the teleporter:
- Head south along the road.
- Pass the wolves and take a right just past the NPC camp.
- When you get to beach head to the left and follow the beach.
- At the end of the beach check up on the hill.
He is surrounded by other alligators. Pull these first if you are a lower level.
He drops some of the Bard's set, as well as the Ghoul Skin Plate Mail Pauldrons.
His spawn time is 2 to 3 hours. He is one of the lesser known rare blood, so he is often there when you go for him.
Cassandra is the easiest Rare Blood enemy to beat. She is a part of a quest line that you get when you are about halfway done with the region.
Casandra is a big purple spider located in Darknet Wood. She is level 17 and spawns within a reasonable amount of time. Not all quest line rare blood respawn as quickly.
How to Find Her
The route to Cassandra from Dagger Teeth:
- Head back out to the main road
- Take a left, which puts you on a southern heading.
- Follow the road until you see what looks like a doorway with a giant spider web
- Take a left into darknet wood.
- Take the right pass and follow through
- Take the next ramp up, and look near the ruins
- When finished, safer place and teleport to the next location
There is no special trick to beating her. Remember that her ranged damage does more than her melee, (up close) damage.
The Rare Blood in Tear Coast shares some of the same drops. Cassandra does have drops, even though she is part of a quest line.
The Belief Cloak of Flame and the Bronze Short Blade of Water drop here. It is not an easy task to find good one-handed swords.
This is possibly one of my least favorite enemies in this achievement. He is not hard, but he can be hard to find. When you ask the question, "Where does Hakhia spawn?", you are likely to get an answer that will get you in the vicinity, but not quite there. This guy is a big turtle who roams South Pearl Beach. That is the confusing part.
South Perl Beach consists of three different, and not connected beaches. You can swim to them, or take the right road. Hakhia is on the beach that has nothing but crabs. If there are Buccaneers, the Nightmare Maker or other enemies, you are on the wrong beach.
How to Find Him
To reach Hakhia:
- Teleport to Salty Wind in Tear Coast
- Head directly west out of town.
- Continue down the tiered cliff until you reach the ocean.
- Head north on to the most southern South Pearl Beach.
Hakhia is a level 15 epic creature, and its beach is just southeast of salty wind, which you can teleport to.
He drops items such as the Bards Hat and the Royal Guard Plate of Mail, a level 13 plate helmet.
He is on a 2-4 hour timer and often on the longer end of that. This is one of the rare blood many people end up having to come back for later.
4. Poison Tongue
Poison Tongue is one of my favorite enemies. I just think it is cool that he sits in a gigantic nest. His eggs are as big as your character, and they provide a clue as to when poison tongue will spawn again. When poison tongue dies the eggs will eventually vanish. When the eggs reappear, but poison tongue is not up, it means that it won't be long until he spawns.
Graphically, this is a really neat nest to stumble upon. It is not difficult to find, which means it is difficult to find Poison Tongue. If someone sees a giant lizard in a huge nest, they are gonna go in and down it. Which means many people know where he is an what he drops.
This level 14 lizard drops a wide variety of items, all of which are nice to wear at that level. Selling them on the auction house can make you free gold. Items include the Deep Night Trousers and the Melodic Robe (a cloth robe you might want). He also drops rings and weapons, and—if you are super lucky—you might see your first crafting symbol (the colonel's symbol) off him.
How to Find Him
He is located in the south-eastern part of Tear Coast, along the cliffline.
More Rare Blood Guides
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