Destiny 2 The Witch Queen’s Raid Boss Might Be The Coolest Ever
witch queen is unlike any previous Fate extension differently, and the new Vow of the Disciple raid is no exception. Here is a clip that shows one of the important reasons in less than 30 seconds.
Spoiler alert: Destiny 2It’s best to go through raids without knowing what’s in store for you, so if you’re planning on playing Vow of the Disciple anytime soon and don’t want the final boss to be messed up, come back now.
Okay, are you still here? Chill. Now on Fatenew raid boss: Rulk, a disciple of the Witness. He is tall, very humanoid, and very aloof. He reminds me of a cross between Slenderman and The beauty and the BeastLumiere. And fools do not tolerate.
Here is a clip that recently blew up the community Fate a player trying to hide from Rulk behind a pillar:
This is funny for several reasons. First, Rulk shouldn’t go there. Apparently, now raid bosses can throw players. Secondly, he finishes the poor Guardian off with an Olympian-level punch that one-shots them.
Rulk is a special raid boss in part because he’s from a new race of aliens never seen or mentioned in the game before (he’s also the last of his kind, well, some very dark reasons). Lord of the Space Dance is also a big stylistic departure from the series.
Raid bosses tend to be bumbling, bumbling aliens, and fight in the appropriate style. They only spent a few of them getting Rulk to beat the crap out of them.