I find the technique of letting the succubus spawn easier
Epic lute (for dominate on first succubus)
Sword either level 2 legendary for wounding boss or epic to stop succubus moving (or stun)
Level 7 rare helm, 3 turn ability block
Level 5 epic or level 2 legendary boots for 75% chance of second move
Shields up taunt (more important for the rooms than boss as I use him to remove hexes and ability block)
Epic bracers gain shield when hit
Level 7+ Rare feet to ready abilities
Epic hood - ability block AOE
Legendary grimoire or level 9 common fireball
(Warlock with legendary weapon a good substitute)
Level 7 rare quiver, shields down on boss
Level 7 rare long bow to wound boss
Level 9 common for wild shot (can one shot a succubus if u get in trouble).
Boots attack or shields down with move
-You never move into melee range so always ignore any offence hexes that demon generates.
- Ideally use Tommus boots to remove 2 of the defence hexes, use a character that can attack from 3 zones to remove the third, the ideal is wizard, can refresh her legendary grimoire ability with move.
- control succubus - 1) dominate first one (will get at least one hit on demon for you), 2) Tommus 3 turn ability block on next one, 3) wizard AOE when third generates. By now you should have killed demon, if not you can taunt with Tommus in second row from front as succubus sacrifice and move others back as necessary (also use archer wild shot it will one shot just about anything)
- wound demon with archer long bow, calliope legendary sword and hit it with wizard legendary grimoire (or fireball). Alternatively want 3 zone wounding attack with warlock or archer. He doesn’t last long with archer and calliope wounding him.
My characters are fairly low level, I find that this technique works better than Tommus to front row for 2 dice. I’m assuming it will also work better for 3 dice (of course that may not be the case ;op)
@deathmessia can you give this a go and let me know how it go’s?
I note also that DK had 3* shield down on boss making it much easier to tear through him