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Void Soulcounters are bosses found in the Tam-Tara Deepcroft. Three of them are fought over the course of the dungeon, having been summoned by the Lambs of Dalamud cultists.

StrategyEdit

The Void Soulcounters don't appear appear until all the other enemies in their rooms are slain. The groups consist of a Dalamud Priest and varying amounts of Gravedigger imps. These enemies only will only cast Fire and Blizzard, respectively. The first group will have 2 imps, the second 3, and the third 4. In addition, the Dalamud Priest in the third group will be replaced by an elezen named Octavel the Unforgiving. Fortunately, despite his named status, Octavel is identical to and no more threatening than the other Priests.

Once all the enemies all slain, the Void Soulcounter will immediately spawn in the center platform of the room, so the tank needs to be ready to aggro it right away. The Soulcounters are identical in each of the three encounters. They will first cast Enthunder on themselves, granting their auto-attacks additional lightning damage, and will immediately recast this when it wears off. They will also use Dark Orb for an unavoidable damage spike. Lastly, they will use a highly damaging frontal cone attack called Condemnation, which can be interrupted.

Once the Soulcounters are defeated be sure to interact with the orbs behind them or you will not be able to proceed in the dungeon.

EtymologyEdit

Voids are vast spaces between filaments (the largest-scale structures in the Universe), which contain very few or no galaxies. Void is also a synonym for vacuum, a space containing no matter.

The soul, in many religious, philosophical, psychological, and mythological traditions, is the incorporeal and, in many conceptions, immortal essence of a person, living thing, or object.

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