Hello guys, iKamiKaze here. Today we’ll be talking about how to kill the Eidolon Teralyst as Fast as possible. As we all know, Eidolon Teralyst is a field boss that spawns during the night cycle of the Plains of Eidolon, and it is quite difficult to defeat. If you don’t know about the Teralyst attack pattern, I suggest you to read the link that I put in the description below before you start attempting it. There are many methods to defeat the Teralyst, but today we’ll show you our best method of killing it up to 4 times every night cycle. Now, I’ll show you our team setup, as well as the roles and responsibilities of each Warframe in this guide. First of all, Trinity. Trinity’s Blessing will be able to heal the Eidolon Lures, and also provide damage reduction to them. So a Trinity with a durational build can benefit the fight as she makes keeping the lures alive much more easier, a must for a speed run. Secondly, Chroma. Chroma’s Vex Armor allows him to output extremely high damage, with Ice element Elemental Ward, Chroma is almost impossible to take down.
For this, Chroma needs high power strength and also duration to keep the buff up as long as possible. By having high power strength, Vex Armor’s will have a higher maximum armor and damage bonus, as well as higher Ice Elemental Ward armor bonus. Here’s a tip for you, bring a self-damaging weapon such as Glaive or Hikou with Concealed Explosives. This allows you to damage yourself and gain the bonus damage from Vex Armor without the need of waiting for the Teralyst to damage you. Next is Harrow. Harrow’s Condemn can chain and lock down Vomvalyst, making the fight easier to focus on the Teralyst. Do note that Condemn cannot chain the Vomvalyst when they’re in Spectral Form, so you either keep them chained up or kill them as fast as possible. And also Harrow’s Covenant can protect teammates during the Magnetic Energy Waves, absorbing all the damage and convert it into critical chance. This can help your team to survive as no damage is taken, and also the Magnetic proc will not be able to burn off the Warframe’s energy. And finally, Rhino. Rhino’s Iron skin can help him with his survivability during the fight, and also preventing him from getting CCed by the Teralyst attacks.
Rhino’s Roar allows him to buff him and his teammates damage output, combining with Chroma with Vex Armor’s bonus damage, Chroma can easily burst down the weak points of the Teralyst. And that concludes our Team setup. Now, let’s talk about our weapon of choice. After some testing, we found some weapons that are good against the Teralyst. Weapons with high burst, critical chance and critical damage are preferred for the Teralyst fight.
First of all, the Pandero. Pandero’s alt fire mode will unload all remaining ammo you have, combining with its 1 second reload speed, it will be able to deal a lot of damage. But do note that Pandero drains ammo like you chucking down pizzas, so prepare some ammo pads just incase you need it. Secondly, the Opticor. Opticor has high puncture and high base damage, which is good for the Teralyst fight. The only downside of Opticor is its long charge time, which makes this weapon not preferable by some players. After that, we have the Vaykor Hek. Vaykor Hek has high puncture and fire rate, making it one of the best weapon I’ve used against the Teralyst. Since Vaykor Hek is a shotgun, it will have some damage fall-off if you shoot from a range, so try to stay closer to deal the optimal amount of damage.
And finally, the Arca Plasmor. Arca Plasmor has innate punch through and also radiation damage. With the punch through, it will be able to hit multiple parts of the Teralyst especially during the final stage of the fight. The downside of this weapon is that the reload speed is extremely unacceptably long, seconds to reload? Ain’t nobody got time for that. So make sure to equip Chilling Reload to reduce the reload time down to 2 seconds, or else you’ll be busy reloading like those guys from Left 4 Dead. Do note that the Teralyst is weak against Radiation damage, so be sure to equip your weapons with Radiation element. Now let’s us begin with the farm. The first thing you should do when you go in the Plains of Eidolon is, use your archwing and fly into the air.
Look for a blue light pillar and waypoint it to your teammates, which they are probably will be lost in direction anyway. Next, Trinity and Harrow will go to the Grineer camps nearby the Teralyst and get 2 Eidolon Lures, and then mark the lures with a waypoint. By doing so, you’ll be able to tell if a lure is dead just by looking at your HUD instead of looking around to find it like an idiot sandwich. For your information, if you captured the Teralyst, you’ll be able to get a Brilliant Eidolon Shard and a Flawless Sentient Core as extra rewards. After that, everyone except Trinity should go into Operator mode, and start damaging the Teralyst’s shield, do note to heal the lure and dodge incoming attacks. Trinity should focus on healing and getting the lures charge up by hitting all the Vomvalyst into their Spectral Form. Once the shield is down, Rhino should buff Chroma with Roar, while Chroma activates Vex Armor and blast yourself for maximum bonus damage. By doing so, Chroma should be able to take down one weak point with ease. As the Teralyst falls onto the ground, everyone should gather around Harrow.
Harrow will then use Covenant to protect all teammates, the charged lure should chain the Teralyst down without letting it teleport away. Now, rinse and repeat these steps until all 4 weak points are destroyed, then the Teralyst will fall and start summoning Vomvalyst to heal it. Destroy as much Vomvalyst as possible to prevent the Teralyst from healing. After a short while, it will stand back up and you’ll be able to damage it without taking out the shield. Just damage it as usual until it’s defeated, the Teralyst will float into the air in a standing position, and then sink down if you have 2 charged lures around it. This indicate you’ve captured it instead of just defeating it. You’ll be able to find your Brilliant Eidolon Shard and Flawless Sentient Core at one of the lures. Do note that physics do apply to the drops, so they might roll down the hills while you’re trying to catch it riding dirty.
So be sure to check around and make sure you have all the loots. If you follow all these steps, you’ll be able to capture 3 to 4 Teralyst in a night cycle, simple as that. But no matter what Warframe or weapon you choose, choose the one that suits you the most, because the Operator, is YOU..
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