But for those who managed to kill him on your very first Playthrough, which weapons did you manage to use on him? It's not needed but the extra stats provided is definitely helpful. You need lots of very fast and reliable health regen as soon as you need it, top tier weapons in each element for his three different mob adds and a good understanding of his mechanics. I'm assuming you are not playing a Siren -- she has a special opening move that might kill the back spot right away and requires the highest damage non-elemental sniper rifle that you can come up with. You don't even cash, just experience. Will these 2 weapons wear him down quick when hitting his Critical weakpoints including his eye? On your own, down on the killing field, you have to keep moving to stay out of the clutches of the smaller dudes. The damage will still be taken, but the launching effect will be nullified. The sirens, they will be the survivors because they can phasewalk.
If you have ammo regeneration, use that :- You need non-elemental damage, and a lot of it. If I was, it was from his worm friends pushing me off the ledge. . Crawmerax will always be 3 levels above you, no matter what playthrough. I will say, for the most part, crawmerax himself is pretty easy once you know what his routine is, but when you throw in his three additional mob spawns that are almost completely immune to all but one element each, dodging and killing them while switching weapons constantly and still trying to hit craw in his small hitboxes is challenging. I wonder if its possible to find a well geared group thats totally legit. Once player 2 is topside take a couple of shots at Crawmerax from behind, you probably won't do any damage but you'll make Crawmerax turn around and face Player 2, now take control over your main character and shoot the weak spot on his back.
Get yourself to the level cap and try then. But now i just use a variation of this exploit for farming runs I don't do the ricochet just phase behid him and 1 shot burst with liquid orion I dunno. I'd say get the skins and move on. Also bugging the armory is not that much of an exploit. For the front spots, the weapon doesn't matter.
We make use of affiliate programs for monetizing links on our site. Mayhem catches up with the Vault Hunters when Sir Hammerlock gets kidnapped by the terrible in this fifth and final Headhunter Pack - save him with the help of Crazy Earl and pick up some souvenir heads and skins along the way. This setup is a farming workhorse. This article has also been viewed 11,790 times. Teammates positioned behind Crawmerax should take this opportunity to deal some damage. For a non-Siren you might have to bring some suitable elemental weapons for the smaller crabs, in case one of them ends up being too close to you.
You can solo it with Mordecai but you pretty much need the Leviathan rocket launcher to hit the spot on Crawmerax's back. The main thing you need to do this is A Non-Elemental Nidhogg Rocket Launcher the more damage the better First off, the location of the glitched corner of crawmerax's lair: Immediatly after riding up the elevator look at crawmerax. When I started fighting Crawmerax with Mordecai in Playthrough 2 I thought it would be fairly easy. It was fun doing all that damage with that Zombie Island , but it your turn to play defensive. Over time I found better gear and figured out that with the following tools, Gunslinger could work consistently, and not just consistently: consistently fast.
Once your top-side sprint to the left of Crawmerax and duck behind the small rock wall next to the ledge the Crawmerax glitch location. No scope means super quick sighting. Even a four player party will have a decent challenge defeating him. You will lose a lot of cash doing this, but it is totally worth it. I have read on Borderlands Wikia, that Crawmerax is said to be about 3 or 4 levels above the player on the first Playthrough.
Here's where the second player comes in handy, have Player 2 go up the elevator. The fire rate bonus is also welcome when firing on the tricky target of Crawmerax. You need to get a weapon called the Leviathan, which is a rocket launcher that can arc rockets over his back if you're using a siren. So I got to him, feeling pretty confident. You absolutely have to have a Leviathan, or a weapon with bullets that ricochet. Especially since you can't move, or else everyone including big daddy will come for you. If you go down, get a second wind off of one of the minions.
If im gonna benefit from exploits i might as well do it by myself and get four times the loot. All weapon stats in this post are for lvl 69, but there's a slider in Willowtree that you can set the level to whatever it needs to be for your character. You will also notice that when Crawmerax prepares for the Monstrous Dive, he buries himself backwards, unlike while he performs the Cry for Help, where he buries head first. Use the indicated client to activate your key and download and play your game. No elemental damage as usual well, rocket launchers default to explosive , standard straight firing rocket.