Skeleton berserker

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Skeleton berserker
Creatures-Skeleton berserker.jpg
Undead creature
     Level: *2
     Rarity: Common
Procs-Berserk.png  Proc: Berserk
Procs-Blacken.png  Proc: Blacken
Procs-Bloodbane icon.png  Proc: Bloodbane
Procs-Channel.png  Proc: Channel
Procs-Cruelty.png  Proc: Cruelty
Procs-Deflection.png  Proc: Deflection
Procs-Berserk.png  Proc: Devastate
Procs-Rend icon.png  Proc: Rend
Procs-Shadowcrush.png  Proc: Shadowcrush
Procs-Melee debuff.png  Proc: Slayer
Procs-Thin blood.png  Proc: Thin blood

Procs-Berserk.png  Deals physical damage

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Description


The most potent results of the necromancers' craft are given the honour of guarding the Crypt. Where their lesser brethren roam chaotically outside, these skeletons are more purposeful and harder to dispatch.

Type

Creatures-Undead.jpg A skeleton berserker is an undead creature.

Damage

The skeleton berserker can inflict physical damage on its opponent.

Level

The level of the skeleton berserker varies based on your own level in the game.

Like all the creatures in Crows Hill crypt and the other portal locations, the skeleton berserker is also slightly stronger than a normal creature of the same level.

Depending on your level, the skeleton berserker will behave like a slightly stronger than normal level 2, level 12, level 22, etc. creature.

Your vampire's level Skeleton berserker's level
Levels 1–10 2
Levels 11–20 12
Levels 21–30 22
Levels 31–40 32
Levels 41–50 42
Levels 51–60 52
Levels 61–70 62
Levels 71–80 72
Levels 81–90 82
Levels 91–100 92
Levels 100–110 102
Levels 111–120 112
Levels 121–130 122
Levels 131–140 132
Levels 140–150 142

Procs

The skeleton berserker may gain the following procs during a battle:

Servitude

The skeleton berserker can be summoned to a battle as a servant of any coven boss or of a crypt fiend or a blood knight.

Other info


Location

You can only encounter the skeleton berserker creature in the Crows Hill crypt portal.

Loot

Vanquish a skeleton berserker in battle, and you may occasionally discover that some of the following items have been left behind as loot:

History


  • 7 March 2013: The skeleton berserker was added to Chronicles of Blood.

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