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>"I really enjoyed my first proper run of Torghast, despite not bothering to read up on any of the finer points of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands' endless dungeon. I wasn't entirely sure what breaking the numerous vases or freeing soul remnants would do for me, but both were strangely satisfying as I worked my way through the floors of that first layer. I don't recall having any real problems—I picked buffs that seemed like they would help me and everything died on command. Even the last boss was accommodating and fell over with little fuss. Encouraged by my first successful run, I hopped straight into the second layer. Again, I worked my way through the various floors. Nothing seemed to hit overly hard, and while I was being cautious with my pulls, I was never close to dying. So when I reached Goxul the Devourer on the last level of this Layer 2 Torghast wing, it was a bit of a [shock.No](http://shock.No) matter what I tried, I couldn't get his health below 70 percent. I went back to the vendor located close by and looked at my options. None of the buffs struck me as being good enough to knock enough of this guy's health off before he inevitably destroyed my shadow priest—I don't actually remember exactly what was on offer but I do remember that it all seemed to be useless. But I tried again anyway because I'd spent the best part of an hour making my way to this point and the thought of that time being wasted was soul-destroying.I used up all of my allotted deaths and got no closer to beating him. I logged out in a huff."
>"I really enjoyed my first proper run of Torghast, despite not bothering to read up on any of the finer points of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands' endless dungeon. I wasn't entirely sure what breaking the numerous vases or freeing soul remnants would do for me, but both were strangely satisfying as I worked my way through the floors of that first layer. I don't recall having any real problems—I picked buffs that seemed like they would help me and everything died on command. Even the last boss was accommodating and fell over with little fuss. Encouraged by my first successful run, I hopped straight into the second layer. Again, I worked my way through the various floors. Nothing seemed to hit overly hard, and while I was being cautious with my pulls, I was never close to dying. So when I reached Goxul the Devourer on the last level of this Layer 2 Torghast wing, it was a bit of a [shock.No](http://shock.No) matter what I tried, I couldn't get his health below 70 percent. I went back to the vendor located close by and looked at my options. None of the buffs struck me as being good enough to knock enough of this guy's health off before he inevitably destroyed my shadow priest—I don't actually remember exactly what was on offer but I do remember that it all seemed to be useless. But I tried again anyway because I'd spent the best part of an hour making my way to this point and the thought of that time being wasted was soul-destroying.I used up all of my allotted deaths and got no closer to beating him. I logged out in a huff."
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