Urnil Guardian Raid Guide

Urnil Introduction

Ur'nil is the first Guardian you encounter in Raid Level 1 and you need to be at least 302 Item Level to enter this Guardian Raid. This Guardian drops Tier 1 Accessories, Upgrade Materials and Ability Stones as well as rare drops including Runes, Engraving Books and Cards. It takes 10% more damage from Water Element skills and the recommended Combat Items are: HP Potion, Whirlwind Grenade, Pheromone Bomb and Flare.

Ur'nil has simple and predictable attack patterns but also has an enraged state that increases its attack speed, damage and modifies some of the basic skills of the Guardian. Most of Ur'nil's attacks target the areas in front and behind the boss, so attacking Ur'nil from the side is the safest option.

Exhaust the hidden stamina bar of this Guardian as fast as possible with Stagger skills, otherwise the boss teleports to a random battle area more frequently. If you lack Stagger related skills in your party, make sure to use Whirlwind Grenade.

This Guardian guide assumes you know the basics of a Guardian Raid. Check out the General Raid Guide to learn more.

Special Interactions & Patterns

Select a Pattern

Counterable Charge


Fire Ring Explosion (Donut)

Counterable Charge

Counter attack is possible during the Charge attack pattern. At the start of this attack animation, the Guardian glows blue. The player has a short window to cast a skill with a Counter Attack affix while standing in front of the Guardian. If you manage to pull this off fast enough, the Guardian's attack will be interrupted and staggered for a few seconds. This gives you and your team a short window to use buffs and deal additional damage.

General Patterns

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Dash and Throw

Dash and Scratch



Ur'nil leaps forward and uses a scratch attack to hit everyone in front of it in a small area. Side-stepping or dodging away from Ur'nil helps you avoid getting hit.


Ur'nil’s leap attack sends out a shock wave of explosions which can knock up a player multiple times. To avoid getting hit, side-stepping or dodging are the only options. Ur'nil can perform this attack multiple times in a row.

Gameplay Video


Written by Perciculum
Reviewed by Facefoot