- Title: Subnautica
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Alterra won’t give you anything much deadlier than a letter-opener. So consider using the planet’s own biology against it’s hungriest residents.
There’s probably no good reason to take down leviathans in this game, and no doubt there’s easier ways to do it. But it was fun shooting poo at stuff to find that out,
Using the Propulsion Cannon
Loading the PC from your inventory seems a little slow when you’re staring down a Reaper’s gullet. You’re better off dropping a pile of bio-ammo somewhere sheltered, then using RMB to grab and shoot from your ammo-pile.
Damage = ?
Note: Nasty acid damage
Damage = ?
Note:: More acid damage!
Damage = ?
Note:: Suitable ammo for only the most determined or vindictive players
Damage = ? per second as long as a target remains in the ‘gas’ cloud.
Note:: Can’t be dropped in a pile (but trying that has humorous results)
That means loading them individually from your inventory – powerful but slow.
Damage = Unknown, but ‘high’ the Fandom wiki tells us.
Note:: Works only with individual wild-caught crashfish – so it’s more of a one-off gag.
Home-bred crashfish can no longer be grabbed with your propulsion cannon..
Damage = Unknown, but less than firing any object from the PC, says the wiki.
Note:: This one you just hold with the PRAWN’s PC. It will shoot enemies you point it at. Trying this with your ordinary PC will have tragic consequences.
Creating Biohazard Zones
The idea is to breed up some pet monsters in you Alien Containment tank, release them in the patrol zone of an enemy, then sit back and watch them all duke it out!. A typical Reaper has 5000 HP, so that might take awhile.
Note that some farm-able hostiles have been omitted from this list. That’s because the likes of Stalkers and Bone Sharks turned out to be wimps and just fled from our test Reaper.
Individual Hit Points:: 3000
Attacks: Bite 45, Shock:15
Number vs Reaper: 2 or 3
Notes: Each one released from you inventory deals you 15 damage. Be sure to carry a Band-Aid.
Gasopod Fart Zone
Individual Hit Points:: 300
Attacks: Constant high damage to anything in their gas clouds
Number vs Reaper: ?
Notes: Simply way too many Gasopods here
Tiger Plant Beds
Individual Hit Points: Unknown
Number vs Reaper: x Growbeds with 6 in each
Notes: Beware – they hate you too.
Baiting the Bonesharks
It’s not just cats that get killed by curiosity, Bonesharks have an odd fascination with flares. To destroy a school of them drop flares into any Biohazard Zone you’ve set up near their patrol area.
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