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The final boss of Spirit Crucible Elpys is a phantasm that, whenever you get him down to 25% he goes invulnerable and multiplies. It seems there's a max of 6 at any given time. How do you kill him without him multiplying further?

  • I found Poppibuster to help with this fight a lot since you can attach him (her?) to one of your other drivers and still build up level 4 affinity in this zone. – Ellesedil Jul 19 '18 at 21:52
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I was able to kill him by following a certain strategy:

When your current phantasm gets down to about 40% health, stop attacking it and target a different phantasm (using RB+Y or RB+A). The NPCs will finish the phantasm you're targeting off.

You should continue to do this until you're down to the last phantasm. I think once you get under a certain number of phantasms they stop multiplying.

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I ended up beating the fight by being slightly overleveled ,dogpiling ourselves into a corner and trying to take advantage of AoE arts. When we were down to about ~3 shadows left, trying to evenly whittle them each down to about ~40% health each with targetting, then starting a chain attack and trying to use AoE attacks to burst them all down.

  • Pro-tip: Poppibuster (available from DLC side quest) is a blade that you can put on Rex, Zeke, Nia, or Morag (and change drivers whenever you want - no overdrive needed) that is immune to the ether absorbing debuffs that your other blades are affected by. Poppibuster is a tank blade, but he(she?) also has some really nice AoE blade arts. I put him on Rex for this fight. So, some great AoE attacks from Poppi and Poppibuster allowed me to clean this up without chain attacks. – Ellesedil Jul 19 '18 at 21:43
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Did this fight last night, lure them all into the poisonous water, they wont multiply when they are almost defeated. I found it out after 20 minutes of fighting and my tank fell down from the higher platform.

  • This is interesting. I'd need to see a video for this. – Seiyria Mar 14 '18 at 12:25
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SPOILER* you gotta just keep fighting them... its part of the story. they eventually stop multiplying

  • They actually do not. I was fighting them for approx. 30 minutes before employing my strategy (which I found by pure chance). – Seiyria Jan 13 '18 at 2:53
  • @Seiyria Theres plenty of articles around the net to back this up so perhaps both methods are possible? – kenjara Mar 8 '18 at 8:45
  • @kenjara it's hard to say when there are no clear triggers or telegraphs. – Seiyria Mar 8 '18 at 18:55

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