|Wasp King||The Everlasting King|
...Yes...YES! This power will suit me just fine! I will deliver you to your DOOM!
—The Everlasting King
After discovering that the Everlasting Sapling had wilted, the Wasp King eats the one remaining seed on the plant, transforming him into the Everlasting King. He then battles Team Snakemouth a final time, ending in his defeat. After exhausting all of the seed's power, The Everlasting King morphs into a harmless tree.
Battle Information[edit | edit source]
The Everlasting King starts the battle in the air, and uses different attacks depending on whether he is airborne or grounded. While in the air, he is able to use his (more powerful) fire attacks, while on the ground he will grow roots and regenerate 3 health at the end of each turn.
When The Everlasting King's health reaches 10, it will stop decreasing below that point, and he will heal himself. After the first phase, the boss will heal 90% of his health if flying and 85% if grounded. After the second phase, he heals 75% and 70% of his health when flying and grounded respectively. In HARDEST, he will always heal 100% of his health. The amount healed is rounded down. After the third phase, he will no longer heal in this way and his health can be decreased below 10.
Hitting the Everlasting King while airborne will place him in his grounded form, while hitting him with an attack that flips an enemy will put him back into the air. Unlike most airborne enemies, The Everlasting King will remain on the ground for multiple turns before returning to his airborne form.
The Everlasting King has plant-based attacks (similar to Venus' Buds) and Ancient Artifact related moves while retaining the moves from his last form. While in the air, the Everlasting King can use his fire and axe attacks, which are notably more powerful than his plant attacks.
On the ground, the Wasp King can only used plant based attacks. The only new attack he can use on the ground is an energy draining attack that steals the health of party members.
Regardless of his current form, the Everlasting King is also able to summon artifact minions. The Ancient Tablet takes 3 hits to destroy (it does not have a health value), and shields the king when spawned, granting invulnerability. The two Ancient Key pieces can fire laser beams or lunge at one party member for TBA(TBA) damage.
If both Artifact Key pieces are alive and The Everlasting King is airborne, they can perform a combined attack to deal massive damage to a single party member.
Strategies[edit | edit source]
Main Article: The Everlasting King/Strategies
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- According to the Elder, a possible reason for The Everlasting King's energy to run out (and for the sapling itself to be wilted) is because the sapling is sealed in a lightless room instead of in the light. This is a 'logic' explanation on why the team can defeat Hoaxe in the end.
- When the Everlasting King uses the Sapling's power and when he is running out of his power, the Dead Lander's theme plays.
- He doesn't have any dialogues when healing in B.O.S.S.
|Bosses and Minibosses|
|Chapter 2||Acolyte Aria • Zasp and Mothiva • Venus' Guardian|
|Chapter 3||Ahoneynation • Heavy Drone B-33|
|Chapter 4||Astotheles • Dune Scorpion • The Watcher|
|Chapter 5||The Beast • General Ultimax|
|Chapter 6||Primal Weevil • Cross and Poi • Zasp and Mothiva • ULTIMAX Tank|
|Chapter 7||Wasp King • The Everlasting King|
|Quest||Monsieur Scarlet • Cenn and Pisci • Kabbu and Kali • Broodmother • Zommoth • Riz • Team Maki • Mother Chomper|
|Bounty||Devourer • Tidal Wyrm • Seedling King • False Monarch • Peacock Spider|