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Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes – How to Defeat Forest Eater

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Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes – How to Defeat Forest Eater

Pursuing the first opening mission of finding the Runebarrows in Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, players will make their way to the Northern Forest area where they will get to encounter the first boss named Forest Eater while traversing through the fog.

This guide will tell you how to defeat Forest Eater in Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes.

How to Defeat Forest Eater in Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes

The Forest Eater boss only has one move named Stomach Acid Shot which only targets a single character and deals up to 20 Damage. Now, your character will be around Level 3 to Level 4 at this point and they will be able to tank this attack about two times. However, you shouldn’t test the ability of your party members as you might lose one during this fight.

So, what you want to do in this fight to stand victorious with all six of your party members surviving is to use the Rune Lens of all the characters. For Hildi, your only healer, use the Water Veil to boost allies’ defense for 3 turns.

Confirm the attack and let the first turn play out. Most probably one of the party members will take damage that you can easily recover either using the Healing Herb item on them or using Healing Drops Rune Lens of Hildi. After healing the ally, continue with the attacks and Rune Lens of the character to deal more damage to Forest Eater.

That is pretty much it for this fight as you only need to keep using the attacks and Rune Lens depending on how much SP the characters have. It took us about 5 turns to defeat Forest Eater without losing any party member so if you follow along the healing tip, all of your characters will survive the encounter.

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