Protector of Tristram is the third in a series of Achievements that players can earn during The Darkening of Tristram event. To earn it, you must kill all of the unique monsters from the Labyrinth. (In other words, kill every monster on the list).

I was unable to complete this series of Achievements the first time The Darkening of Tristram was added to the game. Fortunately, these Achievements “stick” and I was able to finish the series the next year. I simply picked up where I left off.

The three Achievements in this series are: Adventuring Hero, Champion of the Townsfolk, and Protector of Tristram.

Adventuring Hero: Kill one unique monster from the Labyrinth.

I killed Rotfeast the Hungry.  Any monster on the list will do.

Champion of the Townsfolk: Kill 20 unique monsters from the Labyrinth.

It doesn’t matter which 20 monsters you kill.  Any combination will do.

Protector of Tristram: Kill all unique monsters from the Labyrinth.

You must kill all of the monsters on the list in order to earn the Protector of Tristram Achievement.

Here is what the unique monsters look like (in the order they are listed for this series of Achievements:

Nightwing the Cold

Goldblight of the Flame

Viletouch

Bilefroth the Pitmaster

Baron Sludge

Oozedrool

Shadowcrow

Snotspill

Foulwing

Gharbad the Weak

Deathshade Fleshmaul

Bloodgutter

Blighthorn Steelmace

Bloodskin Darkbow

Gorestone

Zhar the Mad

The Vizier

Breakspine

Bluehorn

Blackstorm

Firewound the Grim

Brokenhead Bangshield

Lionskull

Graywar the Slayer

Rustweaver

Steelskull the Hunter

Warlord of Blood

Sir Gorash

Madeye the Dead

Blacklash the Burning

Fangspeir

Viperflame

Witchmoon

Blackjade

Red Vex

Stareye the Witch

Brokenstorm

The Flayer

Shadowbite

Rotfeast the Hungry

Players who complete the Protector of Tristram Achievement earn a special Portrait Frame.

Classic Demon: You are watched by a malevolent force from years past.

The Darkening of Tristram – Protector of Tristram Achievement is a post written by Jen Thorpe on Book of Jen and is not allowed to be copied to other sites.

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