|Population||All unlocked monsters and Vampires|
|Suggested Classes||Priest, Monk, Paladin|
|Unlock||Complete Venture Capital, Dangerous Investments|
The tundra is roamed by the undead, but it was not always this way. The legends say that this used to be the realm of the living, but the undead infest it to keep something hidden.
No special rules
Reward: 250 Unlocks: Creeplight Ruins
Defeat Eastern Tundra, earning Hoarder
Reward: Fortitude Tonic will appear in the dungeon apothecary
The Vampire Boss in Eastern Tundra
Make sure to keep a glyph that isn't fireball or poison (he's undead) to fight the count. This dungeon randomizes between all unlocked monsters, but still rigs it toward spawning undead creatures. Due to the quest, and the priests ability to crush undead, you want to bring a holy class.
If you are playing a Priest, you want to use to level up quickly. Two fireballs and then one physical shot can usually take out high level wraiths. Vampires are also great targets due to their low hp. Zombies are good targets, but not nearly as easy to kill as wraiths or vampires, so they are your last choice of the three. Be careful with Mana burn, because it can be the difference between a one level higher versus two level higher kill. When you are just short of LV8 begin fighting the boss. Kill a low level monster for a mid-fight level up, and continue bashing them, using potions if necessary, until they die.
If you are a Monk, beeline for Taurog's altar, assuming he's unlocked. Get all of his equipment, while regen fighting higher levels to level up. If possible, through god conversions, pacts, or items, try to max out your resistances. Once you hit LV7 or 8, it should be easy to regen-fight the boss.
If you are playing a Paladin, you want to get as high resistance as possible. Pick a god that boons won't penalize you, but still gives resistances. When you are about to hit LV8, attack and use HALPMEH until you cannot take another hit. Level up by killing a low level monster. Continue fighting, and use potions if necessary, until the boss dies.