Halatali is a level 20 - 22 dungeon located in Eastern Thanalan. It requires a light party of 4 players
Players who are level 23 or above will be level sync'd down to level 22 upon entrance.
Fireman is an fire elemental that summons wisps as adds. The wisps travel toward the fire pit in the center of the boss room. If they reach the pit, they will explode and deal damage to everyone in your party. Be sure to burst Firemane down or kill the wisps before they can reach the pit.Thunderclap Guivre
Thunderclap Guivre is drake with a frontal AoE cone attack. During this boss fight, Thunderclap Guivre will become invulnerable twice. He spawns lightning elementals while invulnerable. Kill the elementals and the drake will become vulnerable again. He will be in a shallow pool of water. Those in the water will take significantly more damage from the lightning attacks, so it is advised to fight on either of the slopes.During both add phases, he will run back into the pool to spawn the elementals which will come to wherever the party is.Pit Peiste
Pit Peiste is a reptilian optional boss with Rudius Beaks as adds.Tangata
Tangata, the giant ox-like creature, is the final boss of Halatali. He has a devastating frontal AoE cone attack. During the fight, Tangata will periodically become invulnerable in a pool of lava. While invulnerable, he summons wisps and fire sprites. Wisps will travel toward Tangata and explode if they reach him. Fire sprites will attack your party members. Kill the adds and Tangata will become vulnerable again.
Originally a holy place for the first Lalafell arrived in Eorzea, the twisting labyrinth of natural caverns which wind through this massive mesa were transformed by the Pugilist's Guild into a series of training pits, animal pens and holding cells to accommodate the ever-growing popularity of Ul'dah's coliseum. After the Calamity, however the location was abandoned - those remaining in the pens, left for dead. Not all of them, however, met that fate and now the tunnels are rife with those who survived… as well as the tormented spirits of those who did not.