Deep-sea Ambusher

From GRAY RAVENS
Deep-sea Ambusher
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Enemy Specs

Model: Type Iγ-II002
Production Type: Mass-produced
Primary Use: Industrial

Era of Manufacture: Produced in the middle of the Golden Age, it started to be applied to different fields of work.

Intelligence Level: Low intelligence level, but equipped with multiple functions. Eager for power, it will modify itself with surrounding resources.

Profile 1: Equipped with a compound scanner, it can scan creatures in the deep sea using infrared radiation, or the surrounding environment through sonar pulses.

Profile 2: Able to sustain fire for a long time, the multifunctional high-pressure water cannon can cut through bedrock to find ores. The recoil from the high-velocity water stream can also be used to quickly move around.

Profile 3: The anti-pressure mirage coating allows a Deep-sea Ambusher to withstand the high pressure in the deep sea, as well as blend in to shield it from most deep-sea creatures.

Story 1: An industrial robot designed to withstand the deep sea environment. It terraforms the oceanic crust and extracts resources from it. Powered by nuclear fusion, it stores Reagent He-4 inside its body.

Enemy Traits
Ranged Main



Gameplay Information

Moveset

  • Double Shot: Fires two simultaneous rounds. This attack will display a projectile path prior to firing.
  • Arc Volley: Fires a volley of twin rounds in a semicircular pattern; this will not display a projectile path.
  • Hydro-Cutter: Fires a continuous stream of water. This attack will not display a projectile path, and its animation is dynamic; the enemy will rotate while firing to attempt to follow the player character (though its rotational speed is notably slow). The attack has multiple low-damaging hits, none of which will stun or knock down the player.
  • Leap: Leaps high in the last direction it was facing, knocking down nearby player characters.

Notes and Advice

Players in the path of this enemy's Arc Volley attack are advised to evade to the enemy's left, as the attack will always proceed in a counter-clockwise fashion.

The Deep Sea Ambusher will frequently attempt to use its Leap action to gain distance when the player is in close physical proximity. Note that this attack's damage infliction occurs on the initial takeoff and not the landing.

Trivia

This enemy was originally known as "Depth Prowler" prior to its official name change upon implementation of the Eternal Engine patch.