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Summary

  • Alias: Weeping Man, Poor Man, Weeping Whisperer, Poor Whisperer

The Weeping Man shares similar appearances to that of a Whisperer, except that it is seen with a tentacle-like beard, a magical staff, attached wings, dangling necklace, and a black attire. It is seen in the 40th floor of the Otherworld Tower, Poor Man Weeps, serving as the 8th boss out of the 10 bosses that the players will encounter as they progress through the dungeon.

Attacks

There are four attacks the Weeping Man can perform:

  • Jab - Attempts to jab the player with its weapon.
  • Massive Spellbomb - The Weeping Man waves its weapon around in order to cast "spell bombs" that have a massive hitbox. Players will have difficulty avoiding this if reacted slowly.
  • Summon Turret - The Weeping Man will begin to summon a Weeping Turret into the floor, serving as a distraction to the players.
  • Thrust - Thrusts its weapon towards the players.

Strategy

When it begins to wave its weapon, move and/or run away from the designated location of the massive spell-bomb before it lands. Flight or jump-boosting equipment would satisfy these criteria in order to dodge this particular magic-based attack. The players should also make sure that they can see the attacks of the summoned turret if one is currently alive, otherwise, it will become a nuisance.

Trivia

  • It was introduced in the Otherworld Update.
  • It is one of the few bosses that can summon another creature, the other one being the Magma Brain.
  • It is the 8th out of the 10 bosses that the players will encounter in the Otherworld Tower dungeon.
  • It is considered to be one of the hardest bosses to defeat in-game, simply because its spell-bombs' hitboxes impact the players severely.
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