How to Beat The Deep One Boss in Octopath Traveler 2

How to Beat The Deep One Boss in Octopath Traveler 2

One of the side stories that you obtain in Crackridge requires you to beat the Deep One optional boss in the game to complete the quest. The boss is located in the Ivory Ravine of the Wildlands region. This guide will show you how to easily beat the Deep One boss by showing you the best ways to attack.

If you have played the first game in the series, you might already be familiar with this giant octopus boss, which remains just as powerful as in the previous version. The Deep One boss is weak to Sword, Fire, Holy, and Sword. But it is also weak to Bow, Dagger, and Polearm.

How to Beat The Deep One Boss in Octopath Traveler 2

The Deep One has plenty of powerful attacks, including its seven different calamity attacks that deal a massive amount of damage to the entire party. One of its calamity attacks is the Great Calamity which completely reduces the entire party’s hp down to 1.

To easily end this fight in your favor, you need to keep breaking the boss with multi-hit attacks by either using Hunter’s Precise Shot, or the Warrior’s Aggressive Slash abilities that will greatly reduce the shields of the boss in a single turn. The Deep One has both high hp and shield, so much so that it starts using more actions in a single turn as the boss fight progresses.

Since the boss has high hp as well, you need to deal more damage. This can be done by equipping the Warrior’s Deal More Damage skill, allowing you to deal extra damage in a single move. You can also use the Inventor’s Critical Scope, which converts all damage to critical for at least four turns.

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This is how to beat the Deep One boss in Octopath Traveler 2, by first preparing with the right skills, and by first breaking and then attacking the boss’ hp. Post your comments below.

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