King's Flame, Fuoco, is a main boss - the puppet appears near the Venigni Works Control Room. He fights both at close range and from a distance. The fight has two phases. In this guide to Lies of P, you will learn how to win the fight with this difficult boss. You will also read about potential rewards that you will receive for killing Fuoco.
- Where to find King's Flame, Fuoco?
- First phase of the King's Flame, Fuoco
- Second phase of the King's Flame, Fuoco
Where to find King's Flame, Fuoco?
After finding Venigni and unlocking the Venigni Works Control Room Stargazer, go forward to the room with the closed door, while watching out for the attacking puppets. The arena where you fight King's Flame, Fuoco is near the place where you can see and hear the alarm siren.
First phase of the King's Flame, Fuoco
It is worth equipping defense parts that provide good protection against fire damage. You should also have ampoules that will increase resistance to overheat.
If you use a weapon that inflicts fire, change it. It won't do much against this opponent. You can use electricity instead. It is worth equipping the Fulminis legion arm so that you can use it while performing your moves to deal high damage.
Also, make sure that the boss does not destroy all the pipes in the arena. They are not very important during the first phase, but in the second they will be very helpful in blocking projectiles.
The boss will very often attack with a hammer if you are close by. He usually moves upwards, which can also hurt you. After a while he will swing and hit again. The first strike is easy to block perfectly, whereas the second one should be avoided or simply blocked. After the block, you will have time to attack.
When the King's Flame, Fuoco, begins to prepare for a fury attack and he turns red, he will make a long charge towards you. If you manage to block this attack perfectly, you will stop the boss and have plenty of time to attack him. If you're not familiar with this move and don't have good timing, it's much better to stay out of its way. The charge is linear, so a sidestep will be enough.
Watch out for the spin attack - you can recognize it when the boss starts dragging his hammer on the ground, creating sparks. You will be attacked three times, so it is a good idea to block the hammer. After half a second has passed since the first strike, make another block and do the same after the second attack. This will make Fuoco become groggy much faster.
Second phase of the King's Flame, Fuoco
When the boss's health drops below 50%, he will move away from you and then stand still. After a while, he will start pouring lava from the cauldron, which will cause almost the entire location to burst into flames. It is a good idea to prepare an ampoule that will eliminate the overheat status. However, if you don't have it, dodge as quickly as possible to extinguish the flames on your clothes. If the boss is not standing in the center of the arena, there is a chance that you will not be hit by this attack since you will be far away from it.
King's Flame, Fuoco will now switch to ranged combat. He will shoot you with rockets and create flammable goo on the floor. If you are far away from the boss, hide behind the pipes left in the arena.
Stand close to him - the majority of his attacks should miss you. However, he can then switch to close combat. Watch out for his new fury attack. He will start glowing red again. The boss then raises his hammer up and after a moment he hits the ground with it. Block when the hammer starts to fall.
For defeating the King's Flame, Fuoco, you will receive 7081 Ergo, High-powered Flame Amplifier, King's Flame Ergo and the Flame Grindstone gesture. Moreover, a new Stargazer will appear on the arena - Center of Venigni Works.