Are you ready to conquer the rogue-like Tower of the Damned, Torghast? If you’re not, then you should be. The Torghast dungeon is an essential part of the Shadowland’s experience. Most players will run Torghast to get the currency, Soul Ash. Soul Ash is needed to craft legendary weapons in Shadowlands – so, if you want those flashy orange items (and who doesn’t?), then you can’t afford to skip this content. 

To unlock Torghast, you first need to be max level (level 60). If you’re struggling to grind your way to max level or simply don’t have the time, you can always buy WoW boosting services online. Next, you need to pledge yourself to your Covenant of choice, and lastly, you need to access the Maw region, where Torghast is located. That’s it – you’re ready to get started. But hold on before you jump straight in. If you’re itching to gear out your character and start dominating in raids, then you’re going to want to do Torghast efficiently. That’s why we’ve put together a list of top tips. Let’s take a look. 

  1. Go Healer or Tank For Solo Runs

This may sound counterintuitive at first glance because often healers and tanks struggle to advance through content quickly due to low damage output. However, this isn’t the case in Torghast. All of the mobs in Torghast scale to your character. So, if you’re a healer, the mobs will inflict less damage on you. If you’re running Torghast solo and you have a class that can take on a healer or tank role, then you should switch to that spec. Many players have found that it was a lot easier running Torghast as a Holy Priest than a Shadow Priest, for example. 

  1. Play in a Group

If you have the friends to do it, you will have an easier time playing in a group. Being in a group allows you to share more powers through the vendors and leverage your coordination to progress the content faster. In terms of group set-up, if you go with the traditional set-up of one tank, one healer, and three DPS, you’ll walk the content! With that said, don’t feel like you need this configuration to play. One tank and four DPS will also work well, as long as someone in the group has a few healing spells and can jump in when needed. The only thing you need to be aware of when you play as a group, especially if you’ve already played solo, is that the traps do scale up in difficulty considerably. If you’re not stacking Anima power for increased health, you can get one-shotted by the traps – you’ve been warned!

  1. Take Powers That Will Help You on The Final Boss

With the exception of a few gnarly elite mobs, the most challenging part of your Torghast run is going to be the final boss. When you’re deciding which powers to take and use, you should be focusing on powers that will give you the best single target damage. Many players get tempted to choose powers that help AoE mobs down faster, but you’ll regret this when you find yourself struggling with the final boss. If you need WoW Gold to buy gear and items, to take those mobs faster, buy cheap wow gold from other players. 

Bonus tip: Plundered Anima Cell is a good choice if you’re in a group, maximizing your group’s utility and damage. However, it’s too risky when you’re solo because you might be forced into choosing less than useful abilities. 

  1. Consider Swapping Your Build on Floor 6

When you get to floor 6, you get access to a vendor that will let you swap your talent build. Changing your talents is an excellent idea if you’re struggling to get through the last leg of the content – the final boss. This means you can progress through the other floors in an AoE focused build to clear the more straightforward content faster and switch to a more single-target focused build for the final boss. 

  1. Always Release Soul Remnants

When you’re progressing through Torghast, you’ll encounter Soul Cages that contain Tormented Soul Remnants. If you open the cage, freeing the remnant, they will bless you with 1% agility, intellect, or strength for the remainder of the run. Due to the rebalancing in Shadowlands, these primary stats are much more critical than in BFA. These boosts can make a big difference to your performance. Even better, if you’re in a group, then these buffs will stack each time someone in your group releases a remnant. You also have the option of completing a ritual that will give you a three minute buff with massive increases to your performance. However, this is only worth doing if you’re running Torghast solo. In a group, it will just slow you down.