Wow, what a hideous dog!~A survivor who is definitely not an alien-dog person
Battleras are dog-like creatures that you will eventually encounter in the game. Except for the looks, they have nothing in common with our adorable Earth quadrupeds. They are stronger, faster, and more intelligent. It is not uncommon to hear about survivor groups getting ambushed by them. Pay close attention to them since they tend to attack in quite big groups.
Battlera’s weakness map represents the probability of weak points spawning on various alien body parts. Green color highlights the areas where these points generate less often, whereas, in the places marked red, they appear most frequently. Please note that in no way does it affect the damage dealt unless you attack the weak point directly. So, for example, if you target the top of their head when no weak point is present, you’ll get the same result as if you tried to attack one of the legs.
Battleras seem to be acting like wild dogs that primarily target humans and other animals for food. They are easily frightened and can also be blinded. Their skin can be set on fire with the right weapons.
- Bleed – 0% resistance
- Blind – 100% vulnerability
- Dizzy – 0% resistance
- Fear – 100% vulnerability
- Hatred – 0% resistance
- Ignite – 50% vulnerability
- Poison – 0% resistance
- Stun – 0% resistance
Resistances affect a weapon’s base debuff multiplier (100%). With no resistance, the chance to apply a debuff is what you see on a weapon’s card. So, for example, if your weapon has a 10% Fear enhancement, each hit with that weapon has 10% (base chance) * (100% – 0%) (base debuff multiplier) = 10% chance to apply the Fear debuff. However, with Battleras’ 100% vulnerability to the debuff, that number is increased to 10% * (100% – 100%) = 20% chance.
These facts increase your chance to successfully obtain alien-specific loot:
When killed, Battleras have a chance to drop:
Currently they drop nothing.
Battleras are very common predators originating from Leiosa. They regularly hunt thanks to their ability to store nutrients outside of the body in the form of balls of fat. The species reproduce incredibly fast. Young specimens can hunt from the moment they’re born due to the learning from a parent during the fetal period. They do it using an additional pair of eyes outside the mother’s body. Battleras can easily bring up and keep numerous offspring. Due to their intensive hunts, they can gather an abundance of food for the young.