Path of Achra – How to Beat C23 with Arjana Zealot Pyromaniac of Phoenix

Feats Guide: Arjana Zealot Pyromaniac of Phoenix (C23)

This has probably been my favorite set up to date. This literally feels like I’m a zealot pyromaniac worshipper of the Phoenix God. There’s some fun stuff here. That being said, this build requires you to be mindful and not lazy.

  • Offense – You keep praying and get tons of Inflame which gives you fire damage because of pyromaniac. You get to apply global scorch. You can run this with a melee weapon if you want. I had a run I threw away with the fire to astral axe. It does a shitton of damage. safer option is the fire Staff. Stand still and let inflame do the work and you get more inflame and auto heal.
  • Defense – You apply global blind on prayer. You apply blind when getting attacked on Arjana.
  • Healing– Fire healing and Arjana for when you get attack spammed from range.


You need to let yourself blow up and get free willpower as often as possible. Safest way is to let the third prayer get to max and then make sure you do the following:

  • Do NOT have max stacks of prayer I and II.
  • Make sure you are not going to get max stacks of any prayer on level up or from killing enemies off sight. If you stand still and this happens, you can blow yourself up.
  • Eventually, this gets hard to do. You get so much inflame and damage going that you might just accidentally kill enemies and not be able to go through prayers fast enough. I stopped halfway though zone 2.


Do NOT get rid of the Hood. Do NOT Replace it with the mask of Frenzy. With over 50 will power this thing heals you for over 25% of your hp on prayer. This lets you die when you want then easily be able to heal back up.

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That concludes the guide, hope you found it helpful!

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