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Floofy saw this giant thing stomping around and making the water mean!
So Floofy went and decided to teach her a lesson!

>:T No messing with Floofy's water!

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jellymouse
jellymouse

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female 574,757, human 52,933, size difference 25,767, background 4,696, combat 761, floofshark 431, warframe 133, spoilers 97, sentient 65, eidolon 19, operator 18, teralyst 2
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Published: 1 year, 8 months ago
Rating: Mature

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UnchainedMonkey
1 year, 8 months ago
Warframe as in the game?
Floofy
1 year, 8 months ago
Yup :D

New area, new boss, when it comes out the water turns magnetic and steals your energy :T
UnchainedMonkey
1 year, 8 months ago
I play on Xbox so I got to wait for the new stuff longer than PC.
silverstripes
1 year, 8 months ago
We get it next week
UnchainedMonkey
1 year, 8 months ago
Xbox? I tend to miss in releases dates.
silverstripes
1 year, 8 months ago
yup they released the launch day in the way of Nov. 14th (they didn't mention it till yesterday)
UnchainedMonkey
1 year, 8 months ago
Well I know what I am doing next week.
Floofy
1 year, 8 months ago
"Quick" run down of the fight.

For the real loot at the end you need 2 charged "eidolon lures"
They get charged by letting the smaller sentients near the lure while they're in their blue form. 3 per lures, so a total of 6.
You can also charge them by bringing the loot-beam drops from the smaller sentients to the lures (you'll glow when you touch them).
You need at least 1 charged lure from the start for a smooth kill. Otherwise the eidolon will teleport away when you destroy a weak point.

For the actual fight you need to shoot him as an operator till his shield falls. Shooting through Volts shield is the only way to boost operator damage.
Then you need to shoot him (with any gun), aim for his weakpoints on his knees or arms. Current meta is Vexing armour Chroma with a Lanka.

He has various abilities, watch out for them, learn them.
Of note is the healing phases.
In the shield healing phase, he draws energy from nearby smaller sentients. This can happen any time his shield is down after the second(?) weakpoint is destroyed. End this phase by destroying the physical body of all nearby smaller sentients, prevent it by killing all the smaller smaller sentients regularily.
In the health healing phase, he calls for the smaller sentients, which will come from afar in their blue form. The more of these that get to him, the more health he will have in his final form. Kill them by shooting them as an operator.

Final form, starts out with no shields, but he can enter a shield healing phase at this point. He has no weakpoints but standard guns will hurt him if you hit any part of him. Make sure you have two charged lures, and shoot him till he dies.

Final notes:
The lures can and do take damage from this fight. Make sure to use healing abilities like blessing or renewal to heal them, or Gara's (new frame) second ability to give them 90% damage reduction. (Watch a Gara solo video on youtube to understand how best to do this)
The lures will follow who ever hacked them, in the mode they used to hack them. Hack them as a warframe? They'll follow your warframe. Hack them as an operator? They'll follow your operator. Use this to your advantage for positioning.
The eidolon can spawn anywhere on the plains except the north-east and north-west hills, get those archwing charges made so you can search for him more easily. Mark him then find some lures to bring to him.

Oh. And the Eidolon is passive. It will not attack until it is attacked.
UnchainedMonkey
1 year, 8 months ago
Damn I only play casual from time to time you made me kinda go what the hell dose any of that mean.
Floofy
1 year, 8 months ago
Yeah, it's a lot to take in, but it's pretty linear. Not a lot of things going on at once. If you try the fight two or three times you should be able to get most of it down, the annoying part is keeping those lures alive.

Oh, I forgot. When you break a weak point (only the first three times, fourth one starts the health healing phase), he starts 'wailing'. And releases waves of magnetic energy that deal a combined totaly of over 17k damage. Best to switch to your operator and enter void mode (crouch) until it ends, or run out of it's range. Just make sure to leave the lures behind if you choose the second method.
UnchainedMonkey
1 year, 8 months ago
Lol k if I end up attempting that I will come
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