- Trivarium: Frontal cone AoE attack.
- White Breath: Frontal cone AoE attack.
- Radiant Breath: Wide cone AoE attack.
- Ball of Ice: Targeted AoE attack.
- Ball of Fire: Targeted AoE attack.
- Mean Thrash: Rear cone AoE attack.
- Fear Itself: Massive AoE attack.
Single Tank Method - This strategy requires a single Paladin or Warrior to move the Hydra as close to an outside wall as possible and run circles around him. This causes the Hydra to spin in circles and makes it easy for a single tank to avoid "Trivarium". Damage dealing classes will DPS as usual and healing classes will heal as usual.
Dual Tank Method - This simply requires two tanks to tank the Hydra straight on avoiding breath damage. Since the ability Trivarium can not be avoided this allows the overall damage of the ability to be mitigated more so than it normally would. Damage dealing classes will DPS as usual and healing classes will heal as usual.
A wyvern will eventually join the battle, when it does all damage dealing classes will need to focus and kill it immediately. The wyvern will cast "Bravery" on the Hydra granting it increased damage. Once the wyvern is dead move back to Hydra.
Several times during the battle the Hydra will move to the center of the arena and use an ability called Fear Itself which is a massive AoE from all three heads, to avoid this everyone (even the tanks) should immediately gather right behind Hydra to avoid the attack.