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Última edición, 23-11-2019 por FOV-01
El Ropalolyst es un gigantesco jefe Consciente con forma de pájaro capaz volador. Se puede encontrar en la Ciudad de gas Corpus remasterizado en su propio nodo de Asesinato en Júpiter, lo que requiere que los jugadores hayan completado el Prólogo de quimera para combatirlo. Fue enviado por los Conscientes para asegurarse de que Alad V no cruzara su "sociedad", para su disgusto.
While referred to by the developers of the game as Flying Eidolon, no such in-game material refers Ropalolyst as one, leaving the Sentient's classification unknown.
Although perhaps not the same Ropalolyst, a spectral silhouette of the same Sentient breed can be seen briefly emerging from Gara Toht Lake in the Las llanuras de Eidolon. Nakak explains that a Warframe served as a Warden to keep the sealed Eidolon at bay, until one day he foolishly tried to make contact with the Sentient. Realizing the Sentient was using him as a means to reform itself, the Warden cast himself into the lake. The time spent as an "anchor" to the Sentient would infuse the Warden with its eldritch energies, transforming him into the Revenant.
Whether this is the same or different Ropalolyst with the one found on Jupiter remains unknown.
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After the Conscientes tricked Alad V into forming an unwitting partnership, the Ropalolyst was stationed on his Gas City in Jupiter, threatening to destroy his city if he does not comply to create Amalgamas for the Sentients.
During the battle with the Ropalolyst, Natah calls it her "other flesh" and tells the Tenno that its sacrifice will make way for the Amalgamas to live. Meanwhile, Alad V actively encourages and even expresses gratitude to the Tenno as they fight.
Outside of its assassination node, the Ropalolyst can occasionally be seen outdoors, causing destruction to the city and leaving debris in its wake before flying off. The Ropalolyst cannot be attacked during this state.
During the assassination mission, the Ropalolyst is capable of flight. When grounded, it can walk on its blade-like "wings". It uses a variety of energy-based projectiles, and can even grab the Tenno with its claws.
- Lasers: While hovering, thin lasers are fired from both of its claws which deals massive
- Nullifying Scream: When a Tenno in Operator form performs a Void Dash, the Ropalolyst screams, forcing them back into their Warframe and nullyfing all Warframe abilities as well as temporarily preventing their use.
- Electric Stream: When a Tenno tries to climb one of the ziplines leading to the capacitor towers, the Ropalolyst teleports to the platform and surges a chain between two of the ziplines that flow down, knocking the Tenno off if hit.
- Giant Laser: When a Tenno is on the platform next to the capacitor towers, the Ropalolyst brings the tip of its wings together and fires a massive, continuous laser that deals heavy continuous
- Seeking Missiles: After being grounded for the first time, the Ropalolyst fires a series of projectile missiles with a slight homing ability.
- Grab: While grounded, the Ropalolyst grabs the Tenno with its claws, disabling all their movement and abilities while they are held. The Tenno will gradually lose health while in the Ropalolyst's grip until they are released. They can escape the grab temporarily by entering Operador mode.
The Ropalolyst engages the Tenno while hovering in the air. There are three capacitor towers surrounding the main platform. Approach one of the towers, taking care to avoid the Electric Stream, and wait until the Ropalolyst fires its Giant Laser, luring it to hit the tower and supercharging it.The Tenno must deplete the Ropalolyst's Escudos using Operador's Rayo del Vacío. Once its Escudos are depleted, the Tenno can approach the Ropalolyst using their Warframe, giving the option to board it. While boarded, the Tenno can steer the Ropalolyst and ram it into the supercharged tower, knocking it back onto the main platform and grounding it. If the Tenno takes too long to steer it, they will automatically be knocked off and the Ropalolyst will regenerate its Escudos.
Grounded, the Ropalolyst will stomp around using its blade-like wings and use its Seeking Missiles and Grab and is reinforced by a small group of Amalgamas. The two Ropalolyst Synovia on its hind legs become vulnerable, destroying one of them will temporarily stun it, allowing it to be vulnerable to the Terren Charger, a massive laser that is activated by a terminal on the main platform. If the Tenno take too long to activate the laser, any destroyed Synovia will fully regenerate.
Once injured by the Terren Charger, the Ropalolyst will resume flight. Simply repeat the above steps two more times until it dies. On the third grounding, Battalistas y Conculistas will appear instead of Amalgamas, and the Ropalolyst's entire body becomes vulnerable to damage.
Activating the Terren Charger for the third and final time will obliterate the Ropalolyst, causing the main platform to collapse. The Tenno lands on part of the destroyed wreckage ready for extraction, as the Ropalolyst's corpse remains on the main platform while engulfed in flames.
- Fase 1: Maneuver toward one of the capacitor towers, lure Giant Laser onto the tower, deplete Ropalolyst's Escudos with Operador Rayo del Vacío, mount Ropalolyst using Warframe, and steer Ropalolyst onto the supercharged tower.
- Fase 2: Destroy Synovia with gunfire, activate Terren Charger terminal.
- Fase 3: Repeat above two more times until it is defeated. On the final grounding, its entire body is vulnerable.
- It was first introduced in Devstream 100, under the name Fly-dolon, and was supposed to be encountered on Las llanuras de Eidolon.
- For this reason, many people believe that the Ropalolyst should be considered an Eidolon. However there are a couple of clues, such as the appearance of multiple Ropalolysts in The New War trailer, the lack of the "Eidolon" name while it is fought, and the lack of spectral characteristics, which might indicate that it is incorrect.
- Interestingly, the battle against the Ropalolyst is somewhat similar to that against an Eidolon, as players have to use their Operador's Rayo del Vacío to deplete its Escudo first, before they can harm its two Synovia weak points with conventional weapons.
- Despite Nakak claiming Revenant's power would be needed to combat the spectral Ropalolyst that appears during the La máscara de Revenant, the Warframe has no bearing on the actual Ropalolyst fight.
- Ropalo is Ancient Greek for "bludgeon". This may refer to the Ropalolyst's blunt limbs.
- Along with the planet Alad V Mutalítico y Golem Jordas on Eris, the Ropalolyst is among the only four bosses to share a planet, while not containing a shared node (in the case of Capitán Vor y el Teniente Lech Kril). The Ropalolyst shares Jupiter with Alad V, accessible to any player who has reached his node and completed the Chimera Prologue quest.
- The Ropalolyst is the first Sentient boss occupying its own node.
- Ropalolyst is also the first non-Recorrido libre boss that requires
- The head of the Ropalolyst bears a striking resemblance to Harrow's helmets.
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|Zánganos||Battalista • Conculista • Eradicista • Mímico • Oculista|
|Espectrales||Espectralista • Vomvalista|
|Amalgamas|| Fugitivo de Saturno Seis • Heqet Arca Amalgama • Kucumatz Arca Amalgama|
Maquinista Ceniza Amalgama • MOA Fase Amalgama • Sátiro Enjambre Amalgama
|Terralista • Gantulista • Hidrolista • Ropaloulista • Suda-Hunhow • Lobo de Saturno Seis|