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  • OSeemzLegitO
    Original poster 7 posts

    No matter what control point I try to take. All the enemies are immune to anything I throw at them. Is there a trick or something. Like do I have to destroyer something to where they can take damage? Ubisoft is really poor at explaining things about there events. I have searched the all over the net to a resolve. Haven't found a thing.

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  • Noxious81
    371 posts
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    @oseemzlegito
    You need to kill their Guardian first in order to be able to damage them. Guardians are the ones with the yellow markings (shape of a shield with a black silhouette inside) above their heads. You can also "find" Guardians by following those little, thin lines connecting them and the enemies they guard.

    Upon killing a Guardian you will be granted the Guardian buff. With this buff you get a bunch of bonuses and you can also damage targets that usually would still be immune thanks to a living Guardian. Upon killing any enemy the buff refreshes. So that's really a lot fun!

    Oh and you can also melee an immune enemy to make him vulnerable for a short time. And you can destroy a Guardian's weakpoints to bring down their shield for a few seconds...

    Edit:
    Just in case – this information can also be found ingame! Go to the season's menu and hover over the Guardians GE. You now should be able to press a button to "Open" the GE's description. You will then see the daily tasks and your progress. Here you can now press a button for "Details". The attached screenshot comes from those "Details" (but taken during season 3):

  • Noxious81
    371 posts
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    @oseemzlegito
    You need to kill their Guardian first in order to be able to damage them. Guardians are the ones with the yellow markings (shape of a shield with a black silhouette inside) above their heads. You can also "find" Guardians by following those little, thin lines connecting them and the enemies they guard.

    Upon killing a Guardian you will be granted the Guardian buff. With this buff you get a bunch of bonuses and you can also damage targets that usually would still be immune thanks to a living Guardian. Upon killing any enemy the buff refreshes. So that's really a lot fun!

    Oh and you can also melee an immune enemy to make him vulnerable for a short time. And you can destroy a Guardian's weakpoints to bring down their shield for a few seconds...

    Edit:
    Just in case – this information can also be found ingame! Go to the season's menu and hover over the Guardians GE. You now should be able to press a button to "Open" the GE's description. You will then see the daily tasks and your progress. Here you can now press a button for "Details". The attached screenshot comes from those "Details" (but taken during season 3):

  • Ubi-Mercury
    Ubisoft Support Staff 475 posts

    Hey @oseemzlegito! To confirm, in the Guardians Global Event, the Guardians make the enemies immune to damage. Once the Guardian has been taken out, the enemies will lose immunity for a short time. You can also check out the screenshot that @Noxious81 previously posted as well for more information!

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  • OSeemzLegitO
    Original poster 7 posts

    @ubi-mercury Got it Thanks.

  • UbiSushiVamp
    Ubisoft Support Staff 630 posts

    @oseemzlegito Wonderful, happy to hear. 🙂

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