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Bosses are significantly stronger enemies that can be spawned manually.
Overview[edit | edit source]
There are 35 boss fights in Advent of Ascension (note: some boss fights consist of more than one entity).
In this mod, fighting all bosses is an optional task; the player does not need to battle any of them in order to progress through the mod. However, a couple bosses are required to be spawned in your to progress to certain dimensions (though the player does not need to fight them afterwards).
Most bosses have a boss bar that appears on the top of the screen when the boss is in the general vicinity of the player.
Bosses in the mod have to be spawned in order to be fought. In most cases, this either involves using (defaults to right-click) a special item on a specific boss altar, or by tossing an item on the ground and waiting a few seconds for the boss to spawn (a few bosses are exceptions to this rule).
When the player defeats a boss added by the mod, said boss can drop a wide range of items. All bosses will drop a statue of themselves when defeated (some bosses have a variation of this). Most bosses will have a chance to drop a few, fully completed weapons, as well as various miscellaneous items such as Magic Repair Dust and Gold Coins. Most bosses can also drop items from a dimension's world table. The player is not guaranteed to get all drops from most bosses at once.
Due to their optional nature, the bosses can usually be fought in any order the player wants, with few exceptions.
List of bosses[edit | edit source]
The following is a list of bosses in the mod.
|Bane||Greckon||Toss a Haunted Idol on the ground in Greckon and wait a few seconds.||Bane can turn invisible and spawn different-sized clones of himself.|
|Baroness||Barathos||Use (right-click) a Warlock Gem on a Baroness Altar.||Baroness is a ranged boss with many abilities, including the ability to put a shield when she damages the player.|
|Clunkhead||Runandor||Use (right-click) a Mega Rune Stone on a Clunkhead Altar.||Clunkhead can fire projectiles at the player and enter a healing mode.|
|Coniferon||Ancient Cavern||Use (right-click) a Selyan Shrine once the player has level 70 Infusion and a full Selyan tribute bar.||Can inflict the player with a screen effect and poison.|
|Corallus||Overworld||Drop an Amphibiyte Lung into the water in the Overworld and wait a few seconds.||A coral monster who can jump high and summon Corallus Shots.|
|Cotton Candor||Candyland||Eat a Treat Bag while in Candyland.||A flying boss that can only be damaged by staves.|
|Craexxeus||The Shyrelands||Use (right-click) an Ancient Ring on a Craexxeus Altar.||A two-phase boss fight that has ranged attacks in its first phase and melee attacks in its second phase.|
|Crystocore||Crystevia||Use (right-click) a Giant Crystal on a Power Station.||A flying boss that can inflict potion effects to nearby players.|
|C.R.E.E.P.||Creeponia||Use (right-click) an Explosive Gems on a Creep Altar.||A boss that fires explosive projectiles.|
|Dracyon||L'Borean||Use (right-click) a Call of the Drake on a Dracyon Altar.||Dracyon is a flying boss that can inflict a screen effect as well as fire projectiles that stun the player.|
|Elusive||The Abyss||Use a Staring Eye on an Illusion Altar.||Elusive can summon clones of himself.|
|Four Guardians||The Haven||Use a Voliant Heart on a Guardian Altar while also powering the altar on all four sides with redstone.||A boss fight where the player fights 4 entities at once: each having their own ranged ability and effects.|
|Goldorth||Ancient Cavern||Use (right-click) a Pluton Shrine once the player has level 70 Foraging and a full Pluton tribute bar.||Runs at the player.|
|Graw||Lelyetia||Use (right-click) a Guardian's Eye on a Graw Altar.||A flying boss that can fire explosives.|
|Gyro||Celeve||Use (right-click) a Toy Gyrocopter anywhere.||A flying boss that can fire bullets at the player.|
|Hive King||Barathos||Use (right-click) a Hive Egg on a Hive Spawner.||Hive King can spawn Hive Soliders that will attack the player.|
|Horon||Ancient Cavern||Use (right-click) a Luxon Shrine once the player has level 70 Runation and a full Luxon tribute bar.||Horn has the ability to create explosions and drain the player's resources.|
|Hydrolisk||L'Borean||Use (right-click) a Pure Water Stone on a Hydro Table.||Hydrolisk is a two-phase boss fight where the player must disable its shield to damage it.|
|The Immortals||Immortallis||Use (right-click) the Immortallis Progressor in the previous room.||A series of 4 bosses that each have their own abilities.|
|King BamBamBam||The Nether||Drop an Explosive Idol on the ground in the Nether and wait a few seconds.||A cow boss with a magic wand that can fire explosives. Summons Little Bams to aid himself in battle.|
|King Shroomus||Mysterium||Toss a Shroom Stone on the ground in Mysterium and wait a few seconds.||King Shroomus will fire a barrage of projectiles at the player. He can also heal rapidly.|
|Kror||The Deeplands||Use (right-click) a Boulder Dash on a Kror Altar while a Charging Table is on top.||Can pull players towards him.|
|MechBot||Iromine||Use (right-click) a Gold Spring on a MechBot Altar.||MechBot fires explosives at the player and can leap into the air.|
|Nethengeic Wither||The Nether||Drop a Nethengeic Callstone on the ground in the Nether and wait a few seconds.||An upgraded version of the Wither.|
|Penumbra||Ancient Cavern||Use (right-click) an Erebon Shrine once the player has level 70 Hunter and a full Erebon tribute bar.||Fires projectiles that spawn minions when it hits the player.|
|Primordial Five||Dustopia||lighting all the Dustopian Lamps with Darkly Powders then right clicking the Primordial Shrine.||A boss fight where the player fights each primordial one after the one - each having their own abilities.|
|Rockrider||The Haven||Drop a Heavy Boulder on the ground in the Haven and wait a few seconds.||A rocky duo who has the ability to change his immunities.|
|Shadowlord||The Abyss||Use a Book of Shadows on a Shadow Altar.||A flying boss that behaves much like the Wither.|
|Silverfoot||Iromine||Use (right-click) a Silvro Coin on a Silverfoot Altar.||Silverfoot will run at the player.|
|Skeletal Army||Precasia||The Skele-elder will come pre-spawned with the structure. If it is not present, interact (right-click) the Army Block in the arena.||A boss fight where the player fights 40 waves of entities one after the other: the waves consist of many different melee and ranged attackers.|
|Smash||Overworld||Drop a Troll Idol on the ground in the Overworld and wait a few seconds.||A troll-themed boss that has the ability to knock players high into the air.|
|Tyrosaur||Precasia||Hold use (right-click) while holding a Bone Horn to charge it like a bow while in Precasia.||Tyrosaur can create earthquakes that damage players.|
|Vinocorne||Gardencia||Use (right-click) a Petals on a Vinocorne Shrine.||Vinocorne spawns many different colors of flower minions to fight alongside it.|
|Visualent||Lunalus||Use (right-click) an Observing Eye on a Visualent Altar.||Visualent is a flying boss that can teleport around.|
|Voxxulon||Vox Ponds||Use (right-click) a Vile Stone on a Voxxulon Altar.||Voxxulon is a stationary boss that can spawn meteors in the sky, inflict posion to the player, and teleport.|