Rescue Attempt

Winds of Change "Rescue Attempt" is the...
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24th Quest in the series of the Winds of Change content. You start this quest by talking to Miku in Shenzun Tunnels.

After you take the quest you will be ported to an instance of Tahnnakai Temple. This quest reminds me of the Tahnnakai Temple Mission a little bit. While there isn't really a timer, the longer you take to get through and lock each room, the more mobs will show up.

Locking a gate does not mean it is shut permanently, over time the mobs will break through and continue chasing you so the more gates you have between you and the mobs the easier this quest will be.

Each room has a hidden lever that shuts the gate which can be seen when holding Left ALT which is the default for the game.



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Tips to A Chance Encounter

Having a Minion Master and a Good SoS Ritualist will be extremely helpful. (The builds I use in the video, and that my friends use can be found by subscribing to our guides page where you can find my hero's guide that has my basic builds and the concepts behind them to create your own. Subscribe to the Right. Tell you what give you a sample of our free guides on Free Stuff page)

Use a speed boost character to help speed through this

Using spirits right before you shut a gate can help slow the mobs down even more making it take a little longer for the mobs to break down the gate.

Minions can work like the spirits a little bit but are more useful as meat shields in each room absorbing damage.

You are going to need a couple really good healers, to keep your group alive.

A interrupter comes in handy for the ministry's casters that can Aoe.

As Always
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