So far Outlander The anomaly has surprised you, but now, one of Enoch’s greatest beasts hinders your progress: Lens.
Although you have communicated with some big bosses from start to finish, you have never encountered something as angry as Chrysaloid so far.
This is a multi-stage battle, like Molten Acari at the top of a volcano, requiring careful modification of the loading to defeat.
At first, it feels like Chrysaloid is quite unfair because its attack method is very different from the other enemies in Outriders-but once you spot a few sneaky tricks and understand its weaknesses, things will change It’s much simpler.
Outriders Chrysaloid – How to defeat the forest boss
Before entering Chrysaloid’s lair, you need to consider a few things.
First, load your weapons.
Due to the long combat distance with the boss, medium and long-range weapons are absolutely necessary.
Especially in the second phase of the battle, things like shotguns and fully automatic submachine guns will lose a lot of effectiveness, just because the metal is too far apart.
Grab the best AR, rifle or burst shot SMG, you will have better time.
Similarly, if you are not a Technomancer, it is strongly recommended that you include weapon life water ech in the primary or secondary weapon package.
Chrysaloid does a lot of damage through a lot of attacks instead of killing you over time. Since most battles are one-on-one, you need a reliable way to stay healthy when you are inevitably hit.
Next, you need to determine your skills.
Like your junior high school and high school, give up all skills that are only effective at short distances, or put you behind the enemy – because they may not be effective.
This will leave enough space for you to bring out any skills that can provide you with shields or barriers, or enhance bullet damage.
These not only make you hit, but you can also make full use of the limited opportunities to fight back.
And these, in the second part of the battle, you need to kill some strong Strix enemies very quickly.
This means you should carry all items that can be used to slow down or cause additional damage to a single target.
Again, the bullet enhancement function is very useful here.
How to remove the first stage of metallography from the periphery
When you fall into a crystal-like nest, you need to focus the fire on the red pustules around the head and abdomen of the creature to cause serious damage.
All Chrysaloid attacks are dangerous and inevitable, which is why the life water ech weapons and skills that use shields to enhance resistance are so good.
However, the easiest way to avoid damage is to wander on the right side of the arena, where you will find that the cave wall blocks many beasts from attacking.
When Chrysophyllum is strafing, there is a tall rock here, you can hide behind and leave a red mark on the ground.
In order to avoid its other attacks, that is, when it rushes and slides toward you with its claws or when it drops a stone on your head, you also need to pay attention to these red marks on the ground.
It is difficult to see them while aiming, so make sure you stop shooting regularly and enter the surrounding environment to sprint to safety.
After a while, the crystal-like will destroy the right wall of the cave. When this happens, you will have to be more careful and proactive in avoiding red marks without this extra protection.
Eventually, when you cause considerable damage, the Golden Dragon will climb up the cave, rattle the roof and drop projectiles.
When you see this, you will get a better line of sight from the exposed red pustules on its abdomen towards its tail, and you can shoot it to cause additional damage.
Once the first part of its health bar is exhausted, a cutscene will be played and the stage will change.
How to remove the second stage of metallography from the periphery
In this water-filled basin, you do not have any help to protect the cave.
Fortunately, Chrysaloid will move forward and backward in a direction away from you, and if you play cards correctly, you will have time to breathe.
In the case of seeing more monsters, you can now focus your fire on the red pustules on its shoulders and lower abdomen to cause additional damage-again, this is its weakness.
In order to avoid Chrysaloid’s basic attack, you again need to pay attention and avoid the red marks on the floor.
However, since you don’t have a friendly rock hiding behind, you need to sprint towards the monster when the witch hazel bypasses for a strafing attack so that the explosion sound exceeds your head.
Keep shooting the pustules and eventually some flying Strix will be produced-because this is what this battle needs, this is the most annoying enemy in the game, buzzing and ruining your day.
When they appear, you need to focus all your attention on Strix, otherwise they will only kill you.
To deploy you must eliminate any of their slowing or destructive abilities as quickly as possible, and then hit back Chrysaloid.
Repeat several times and you should reduce the health of the beast to zero!
I feel very lucky for throwing legendary weapons for this battle, so I hope you have some choices of loot to solve.
Otherwise, this is your clue to continue to understand the main story of Outriders.