- This article is about the monster. For the hero, see Orc King
Gildamesh, the Orc King was the fourth monster ever made available to fight. He can be summoned on the Alchemy Summons page if you have an Orb of Gildamesh, which comes from the special mission in the Land of Fire, Heart of Fire.
You have 72 hours to complete the battle before he escapes.
|Name||Type||Divine||Breakpoint||Time to kill|
|Gildamesh, the Orc King||Epic Boss||0||10||72hrs|
|Gildamesh, the Orc King||125k||0||0||0||0||0|
|1 Epic||2 Epics||3 Epics||Gold Medal|
|Source: Castle Age Monsters Damage/Loot Spreadsheet|
- Up to 10 people may participate in the battle
- 125,000 total Health
- Must be level 8 to summon.
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Before the Quest: Heart of Fire
With the Crystal of Fire in his grasp, his thunderous voice roars, and the mountains tremble. He is fury. He is rage. He is the Orc King.
Defeat him and his hordes to retrieve the crystal!
As the battle rages and your armies collide in the midst of a huge storm, Celesta comes face to face with the Orc King...
You can now chase the Orc King and engage him in an Epic Boss battle! You can create his epic fight by summoning him from the Alchemy Page.
You have located Gildamesh, The Orc King! Now is the time of Reckoning! Attack Gildamesh, The Orc King now!
You have summoned the Gildamesh, The Orc King, now request for assistance with this battle with a call to arms!
Gildamesh sweeps his axe in large arcs as he rushes at you and Celesta. Celesta dodges his blows but suddenly falls backward as she trips on the jagged rocks below you. The Orc King grins. Your party is busy fighting his minions. You know this has to end soon. With blinding speed, the Orc King raises his axe and rushes at you again.
You dodge swing after swing until you are cornered. The Orc King raises his axe and brings it down. Suddenly you see (Friend/Strider) rush up from the side and deflect his blow. (Another Friend/Dragan) comes up from behind and bashes his shield on the Orc King. Your friends have defeated his minions! You take the opportunity to attack!
You stun Gildamesh with the blunt side of your weapon and with a quick motion, you bring your weapon down a second time, piercing his armor.
A burst of intense light blinds you and suddenly, the Orc King is gone.
You have defeated the Orc King and already claimed the Crystal of Fire. Now it is time to journey to the Land of Earth and search for the Crystal of Earth.
Rewards After Defeating Gildamesh
The in-game loot page for Gildamesh says that all drops (except for Gildamesh's Charm) are "Chance" drops. However, when you actually receive loot from Gildamesh, the items are color-coded to suggest otherwise. For other monsters, items that have Purple text are "Epic" drops, Blue text signifies "Rare" drops, and Green text represents "Uncommon" drops.
|Uncommon Drops||Rare Drops||Epic Drops||Unique Drops|
Gildamesh's War Plate
| Gildamesh's War Axe|
Weapon: Attack:6 Defense:0
| Gildamesh's War Helm|
Helmet: Attack:6 Defense:1
General: Attack:12 Defense:12
|Epic Summoner Drops|| Gildamesh's Charm|
Amulet: Attack:2 Defense:1
- Note: Gildamesh's Gauntlet has an increased chance to drop as it is both an Epic and a Summoner Drop.
Loot Activity (Damage) Threshold
- Normal Summon
- 1 Epic Drop
- Starts: 24,371
- ~100%: <145,664
- 2 Epic Drops
- Starts: 183,890
- 3 Epic Drops
- 1 Epic Drop
- Requires: Slay Gildamesh, the Orc King 2 times (15,000 minimum damage)
- Rewards: 1 Favor Point
- Alpha Archive
- Gildamesh was changed from stamina-based health to damage-based health on February 21, 2014.
- Gildamesh is an Orc General who took over Triste city and Gildamesh's Army crushed the Elite Noble Elves of Triste.
- You fought again with Gildamesh when you are in Triste city within Sub-Quest Triste in Land of Mist. But you slayed it at Sub-Quest Mausoleum of Triste in Land of Mist.
- It seems Gildamesh and his elite guards fought King Corelan of the Elves in Hidden passages of Mausoleum.
- Seems Gildamesh has summoned Ice Beast of Legend to Injured Elven King before his death.
- Gildamesh may be a reference to Gilgamesh, from the Epic of Gilgamesh, an early Sumerian epic poem and one of the world's first known literary works.