How to Beat Nightmarshal Styx the Sunderer in V Rising

Jayita T
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 Rising, Stunlock Studios’ new vampire survival action game is notably getting noticed and gaining popularity, selling over 500K units in just three days, despite being only an Early Access debut on Steam. The game has proven itself, with plenty of content in its initial form, a lot of bosses for players to seek out and defeat and items to win. This guide will take you through the process of how to beat the boss Nightmarshal Styx the Sunderer in V Rising.

How to Defeat Nightmarshal Styx the Sunderer in V Rising

The progression of the gameplay in V Rising means that the world of vampires and their enemies will only get more and more dangerous, with the boss levels getting more powerful, so make sure to level up your armor accordingly. Nightmarshal Styx the Sunderer is a level 76 boss that calls for the player to have their gear and weapons at level 76 or higher before deciding to take them on. 

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Nightmarshal Styx the Sunderer is another vampire just like the player, but he wanders along through the Cursed Forest, where he can be found on the roads of the southern region. When he spots you, he’ll be using his abilities randomly, making it difficult to predict his next move. However, it’s a good idea to keep track of the animations just so you have a second’s notice of what attack he’s going to be performing next.

He can summon bats to deal damage to you and your team that you need to look out for. Dodge his spinning attack because it’s particularly deadly. Nightmarshal Styx also uses a Teleport attack where he can dash towards you. The beauty is in the enemies that he summons once he’s at half-health—because killing these will grant you health and ensure that you can survive for the rest of the fight. 

Once you have killed the boss, you will receive the power of the Bat Form, which lets you transform into a Bat and travel the skies.

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