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This mod seeks to address the longstanding issues with Elite bulletsponge that have been around since the day RoR2 released into Early Access. Elite damage and HP multipliers are reduced, but their spawn cost is decreased and their abilities are more impactful. You might also start to see elite bosses earlier into runs now, due to their reduced cost.
Updates will probably slow since I don't have a lot of time to develop/test things, so feedback will be super helpful. Email me at [email protected], open an issue on the GitHub, or send me a DM if you have any thoughts.
All players need the mod.
Vanilla elites are essentially 1shot HP sponges, with their abilities generally being an afterthought that doesn't really come into play when fighting them. This mod seeks to reduce elite tankiness and instead make their abilities more pronounced. Also to compensate for the lower HP, elites have had their spawn cost reduced, so they'll be able to spawn more frequently.
Stun/Shock/Freeze now disables most passive elite effects.
This should allow melee survivors to fare better against elites with passive damage abilities without having to rely on i-frames.
Attacks have an AOE that slows for 3 seconds (think Behemoth, but slowing instead of damaging).
Vanilla Glacials pretty much don't do anything. This change should hopefully make them better at slowing players.
Attacks scatter 5 lightning bombs nearby. Lightning bombs arc into the air and explode on contact with the ground/walls.
Passively scatters 5 lightning bombs nearby every 6 seconds.
Stun/Shock/Freeze disables the passive lightning bombs.
The main feature of vanilla Overloading is bosses healing half of their HP pool if you focus on something else for a bit. These changes are intended to shift Overloading enemies into being less about tanking, and more about chaotically spamming projectiles everywhere, hopefully leading to a more engaging experience when fighting them.
Fire trails are very unpredictable due to being scaled off of enemy damage. Some enemies won't do much damage, while others will melt you in a few ticks. This change makes Blazing trails consistent across all enemies, which should make them more consistent to fight as melee characters.
Vanilla Malachites suck to fight. Their anti-heal is an interesting way of neutering the massive healing players can get from items, but it never really gets much use in practice since it requires you to get hit by one of their near instant-kill attacks to trigger it. These changes seek to make Malachites less about 1shotting, and more about denying heals. Malachites now have a passive anti-heal AOE around them to make sure that their anti-heal actually gets use, and their spikes act more like traps that slow players and keep them inside the AOE, rather than instant kill anti-melee landmines.
Place EliteReworks.dll in /Risk of Rain 2/BepInEx/plugins/
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