Diablo 3 puts you in the role of the Nephalem, and their adventures during the End of Days, within a crusade against the demonic forces of evil. While these demons appear in many forms, some of them are especially strong, requiring a major effort for you to destroy them in major boss fights. Today we will talk about Zoltun Kulle, the second boss fight in Act 2.
Who is Zoltun Kulle in Diablo 3?
Zoltun Kulle was one of the founders of the Horadrim, a traitor that was seduced by darkness after the Black Soulstone was created. Once the most powerful Horadrim in the Sanctuary, he became so dangerous that several of his brethren allied together to kill him, something proved pointless since he was already immortal. The only solution at that point was to separate his head from the rest of his body and put his blood in jars.
Zoltun Kulle Location In Diablo 3
You can find Zoltun Kulle waiting for you in the Soulstone Chamber, inside of The Archives of Zoltun Kulle at the end of the Act 2 story quest "Betrayer of the Horadrim". The black soulstone will be obtainable after you defeat Zoltun Kulle in the Soulstone Chamber.
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Diablo 3 Zoltun Kulle - Combat Tips & Weakness
Once the fight starts, Zoltun Kulle will use the following moves in battle:
Teleport: Can teleport anywhere across the arena, and he will use it to close the distance between you two or to get far away and avoid damage.
Slow Time: This spell will slow your movement by 80% and attack speed by 30%.
Fireball: Usually used after Slow Time, this is a Projectile that deals a Fire damage AoE.
Energy Twister: Creates a tornado of Arcane energy that deals heavy damage on contact.
Cave-In: Zoltun Kulle causes a rockfall on a wide area that inflicts heavy Physical damage.
Once the fight starts concentrate on the two guards while also circling the arena, otherwise, they will be extremely annoying while you take care of Zoltun Kulle. Fortunately, they hit hard but it shouldn't be enough to quickly kill you, as long as you keep moving, and the fight becomes significantly easier when both guards are down. Persist on your offensive and you should be fine.