We all know that the big fish in expert mode is MonkaS. The speedhacking shushi-roll's way too fast to dodge, and it does TriHard damage. This guide will help you go from a bruised and beaten Sadge to catJamming in no time!
Expert Duke Fishron Guide
To defeat the Unagi nigiri sushi, you first need to have a good grasp of the basics of expert mode ranger. Here's a list of the bare essentials which you should already have by now:
In addition, remember to have one of the food buffs (preferably Exquisitely Stuffed) active at all times for a massive increase in damage and health regen.
The arena for Tuna Tartare is pretty simple. We'll be relying on our vertical speed for this fight, so too many redundant platforms can actually get in the way of things.
Here's a couple options:
Overall, you shouldn't stress too much about the arena, so long as you can move freely in the air.
The Unadon's specialty is how quickly it strafes around you. For this reason, we will focus on mobility in our loadout. The ranger class is a glass cannon, so we will disregard defense, and go for maximum damage and speed!
For gun-wielders, these are your options:
Since the Bakaliaros moves so quickly, the best ammo type is the chlorophyte bullet. If you're more confident in your aim, opt for crystal bullets instead.
For archers, grab one of these:
I find holy arrows work best, but any type will do so long as it does sufficient damage.
Shroomite armor is the best armor set damage-wise, but you can also go for the hallowed armor set bonus if you're less confident in your dodging.
This is where things get interesting. To properly whoop Saba Zushi's ass, we need to dedicate a whole three accessory slots just for mobility. These accessories are the holy trinity of pre-empress mobility items:
These three wings are the best available at this point in the game, so it should be self-explanatory why I picked them. The other two items might need some clarification though:
The master ninja gear combines the tabi and the black belt's abilities, and is a total monster when it comes to avoiding damage. It gives you a longer dash than the shield of cthulhu (at the cost of invincibility frames), and a flat 10% chance to dodge any incoming attack. During the fight, you should be constantly dashing around to avoid the Sardinhas assadas.
The amphibian boots is the ugly little brother of the terraspark boots. They're 13% slower, you can't fly with them, and they don't allow you to walk on liquids or swim in lava. That said, they're practically made for this fight. In exchange for a slightly reduced horizontal speed, you get a massive 48% increase to your wing's ascent speed. This makes you shoot out like a cannon from the ground, and gives you a much better chance at dodging incoming attacks. Also, they make you look really cool, and girls will compliment you on them.
The rest of the accessories aren't all that important, but I recommend using at least one of these:
The last accessory slot is really up to you, but I'd fill it with either the brain of confusion or another damage accessory, like the destroyer emblem or ranger emblem
For modifiers, try to go for menacing, but if your funds run out you can opt for angry or lucky instead. I don't know the exact math, but critical chance should be mostly equal to damage as long as you don't go overboard with it.
You should now have all you need to reduce the Gravlax to a pile of bones. Here's a couple closing tips in case you're struggling:
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