Seeing his aims, the Pulsebat swooped in, putting itself between Drago and the throne below, flapping and shrieking in an aggressive manner as it hammered him with its sonic bursts. Despite the extra power the attack held, it was still only enough to strip off the outer most layer of Drago's protections. While the girls followed suit, warping into position for their own attacks, the armadil turned about, looking up at them and shuffling in the mud, stepping back and to the side a little as it sighted the largest target in the sky. What was it planning?
Whatever the larger virus was thinking, Drago was focused on taking out the leader, and released his magnum shot down at the field below. The battlement was obliterated and the king's throne was destroyed, whoever, when the smoke cleared, the crown-bearing virus was wriggling further into the mud, seemingly having dodged the blast.
Elsewhere, Aya, Suzume and Magistrate had arrived in an aggressive triangle formation around the hovering virus and its Gloomer passenger. The two viruses tried to respond as quickly as they could, with one swinging its boomerang around at the trio while the other shot a three-way energy blast at them. Between the two sweeping attacks, the pair of viruses managed to connect with each program once only, breaking through their first lines of defence, but no more. A moment later, a swift counter attack from the trio cleaved through the viruses from multiple angles and sent them both crashing down into the mud, broken and destroyed.
Drago still had his eyes on the king virus as it squirmed below, but just as it seemed about to try something, a blur of movement from his periphery alerted the hunter to a different danger. The Armadil had gathered itself, then launched upwards like a cannon ball, streaking through the air at him. Between Drago's own mobility and its fast, but ungainly, assault, the creature missed and splattered back down into the mud on the other side of the pit. When Drago looked back towards the centre, however, the king virus was nowhere to be seen – it looked as though it might have burrowed under the mud somewhere.
Bursting out of the mud a moment later came something more unexpected – not the muckfeesh at all, but rather, a battered-looking Gloomer, and a somewhat damaged-seeming Crazy-razy. It seemed the two weren't down for the count just yet.
Unlike the original, this form of CrazyRazy completely forgoes legs, existing solely as its top half. It is capable of carrying one other virus on top of itself without penalty, aside from either it or the other virus using an action to board it.
Area: Okuden Valley, Kotobuki Town, Yumland, NAXA
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 30 Null x 3 targets
Primary Attack Accuracy: B
Primary Attack Description: Shoots a 3-Way from its arm at enemies.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 30 Strengthen x 3 targets
Secondary Attack Accuracy: S
Secondary Attack Description: Fires energy spheres from its arms at allies to give them a boost.
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): 3-Way, Navi+20 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Lift: This virus is capable of carrying one passenger without problem or penalty. It may begin the battle in this state, or it may pick up an ally at the cost of one action from either this virus, or the desired passenger.: 112Hp [Above Mud][Near the ruined throne][1 Kill: -20% Hp]
Armadills require two actions to execute each attack. The first action is always a movement to line up with the target, and the second action is the actual attack. Unlike the games, Armadills do not roll back to where they started after each attack. Instead, they may uncurl at another location on the field.
Area: Electown, Okuden Valley, Dentech
Attack Damage/Effect: 60 Null + Group Attack + Breaking + Impact
Attack Accuracy: B
Attack Description: Attacks by rolling. Breaking.
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): IronShell2, Zenny
Special: MetalBody when attacking.
Note: MetalBody is identical to IronBody, but does not hamper movement. Non-Break attacks deal 0 damage, and Break attacks deal double.: 160Hp [Mud][Far side of the area]
Lord MuckfeeshMuckfeesh (Mudfeesh)
This virus looks like a sausage shaped fish with a brown underbelly, a blue/green/red/black back (depending on the version) with a wavy dorsal fin, a mouth that constantly gasps for air, beady little eyes and a large flat tail that it uses to propel itself. It moves by flopping around very erratically, granting the family a passive dodge effect.
Area: Yoka, Okuden Valley, Beach, Yumland
Attack Damage/Effect: 45 Wood + Impact + Blind
Attack Accuracy: B
Attack Description: It leaps at its target, attempting to slam into it with its slimy belly.
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): MudFlop2, Zenny
Special: One passive dodge per turn.
-Creates mud terrain where it moves.: 100Hp [Mud][Strengthen 30][Burrowed somewhere in the mud]
Area: ACDC, Okuden Valley, Kotobuki Town, Sharo, NetVegas
Attack Damage/Effect: 70 + Seeking
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Uses a sonic screech to damage its opponents.
Secondary Attack Effect: EchoLocation
Secondary Attack Description: Launches a sonic pulse to reveal hidden or illusory targets.
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Pulsar2, EchoLocation, Zenny.
Special: Airshoes. If PulseBat hits an object, its attack spreads to up to 8 other targets at half damage while dealing full damage to that object. Every other turn, this virus enters High Altitude (dropdown) status and does not attack.: 160Hp [High Altitude, left hand side of area]
Boomers cannot be damaged from any direction in the forward hemisphere so long as they carry their boomerang. Any attacks from the rear hemisphere or Break attacks hit normally. Boomers launch their boomerang when they attack, leaving themselves open to counter attacks. Boomers move by floating through the air, and are immune to the effects of Anchor. They are, however, still subject to the effects of terrain. They cannot be forced to submerge into liquid terrain, nor can they be buried in solid terrain. Boomers are horrible at dodging, as they generally rely on their Rang-Guard ability.
Area: SciLab, Okuden Valley, Dentech
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 45 Wood + Piercing(Arc) + Group Attack
Primary Attack Accuracy: C
Primary Attack Description: Fires a wooden boomerang that travels in a wide arc, striking all who stand in its path. The boomerang passes through everything it hits.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 15 Wood + Slashing x3 Hits
Secondary Attack Accuracy: B
Secondary Attack Description: Fires a boomerang directly ahead at high speed, creating a pair of damaging afterimages that fly in its wake. The attack is such that if the first hit connects, the second and third will connect as well.
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Boomerang2, QuickBoomerang2 (Rare), Zenny
Special: AirShoes, ShadowShoes.
Special: Rang-Guard: Blocks frontal attacks when not attacking.
- Can use PanelGrab as a free action each time another virus is deleted.: 112Hp [Mud][Left side of the area][1 Kill: -20% Hp]
DragonierMan.Exe: 300Hp [High Altitude][20Hp Casing]
Magistrate.SP: 120Hp [High Altitude][BreakSword 1/2][20Hp Casing]
Suzume.SP: 120Hp [High Altitude][BreakSword 1/2][20Hp Casing]
Aya.SP: 120Hp [High Altitude][BreakSword 1/2][20Hp Casing]
- Non-Wood Elementals get -10% Evasion penalty and reduced movement speed, 25% (+/-25% RP) chance to fall or get stuck (1 action to get free).
- Automatically triggers Aqua Boost for appropriate chip attacks.
- Wood attacks: Change terrain hit to Soil.
- PanelShot: Imbue Wood + Slow1.
- No effects.
- Wood Elementals get +10% Evasion.
- Wood attacks: +100% Source Damage, change terrain hit to Grass.
- 100 Damage Aqua attacks: Change terrain hit to Mud.
- 100 Damage Fire attacks: change terrain hit to Coal.
- PanelShot: Imbue Wood.
- Wood Elementals get +5 HP/action.
- Fire attacks: +100% Source Damage, change terrain hit to Soil.
- PanelShot: Imbue Wood.
- Changes to Broken when stepped on, chance to fall in when triggered.
- Burrow: Change terrain to Broken, Null 50 to burrower.
- Panel Crack attacks, >100 Damage Break/Impact/Drop attacks: Change terrain hit to Broken.
- PanelShot: Splash1.
Rocky Palisade: DESTROYED
Large Target: 60Hp [Mud][On the upper far side of the mud pit]
Mud Throne: DESTROYED
- Win Condition: Defeat the King Virus
- Additional Failure Condition: None
- All defeated non-King viruses respawn with 20% less max health at the end of the turn, until they reach 0% and are permanently defeated
- Bugfrags are counted for every defeated virus, respawns included
- All non-King viruses will actively protect the King virus