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  • crispykibbles
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    So recently I was able to defeat Kendall, the Zealot, with great challenge. Are they meant to use a red charged attack repetitively ??? I don't mean like he uses it and then it charges again. For me when I was battling him it was just one after the other after the other. These when they finally stop after ~9 hits with that red charged attack. They are instantly followed by the orange light attacks. Reason I am posting this is because I am confused whether or not it is supposed to be this way and if anyone else is also seeing it. For the attacks they are not repetitively slow, they are instant one after the other. There isn't a rest in between hits, even when positioned with distance from the Zealot .I am not only noticing this for the Zealots but for nearly all boss battles in the game. They leave no time for stamina recharge and even sometimes the dodge doesn't work at all. Is anyone else seeing this when fighting bosses or Zealots?

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  • Cappe87
    3 posts

    @crispykibbles
    Yes I'm noticing the same thing, zealots just spamming unblockable red attacks without rest. They are no fun to fight.

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