|Location||Arahabaki Secure Site|
|Weakness||Water tank on its back; The organ inside the water tank|
|Reward/s||2.000 EXP, 670 gold|
Dispen Fisher is a Boss in Scarlet Nexus. It is encountered when playing as Kasane in Arahabaki Secure Site during Phase 9. The Dispen Fisher is a six-legged beast, enhanced with large spikes and bionic tubings, featuring an water tank mounted on its back. Bosses are special Enemies that are uniquely named and must be defeated in order to unlock new areas, to progress the game, and to obtain various rewards. You can find relevant information and guides on how to defeat Dispen Fisher.
Dispen Fisher Location
Dispen Fisher Rewards
- 2.000 EXP, 670 gold
Dispen Fisher Strategies
Near identical to the Gunkin Fisher, the Dispen Fisher is a resilient yet nimble beast, capable of attack at range and in melee. During the battle, the Dispen Fisher will spill water around itself in a radius, damaging and impairing enemies who approach it at melee. It will also regularly knock enemies back with a powerful swing from its left arm, similar to that of the Dispen Perry's. When at range, the Dispen Fisher will hold one of the metal hoses hanging from its head, then aim it at its target to shoot it with a compressed beam of water. Use SAS: Velocity to dodge through all attacks and attack with SAS: Electrokinesis in melee. This will naturally apply the Shocked Status Ailment, as the Dispen Fisher is often soaked in water itself, stunning it for a period of time. Try to aim for the water-tank on its back as that is its weak spot.
Much like its Gunkin counterpart, the Dispen Perry possesses a superior ability to climb walls. From time to time, the Dispen Fisher will retreat from Kasane and climb up the wall and onto the ceiling, hanging upside down in a spider-like fashion. This position is advantageous for the Dispen Fisher as it can continue to execute targets with the water Spill and water Beam attack, while staying away from upfront melee damage. To counter the Dispen Fisher in it "upside down" position, the player can attack it at range using Psychokinesis while evading damage, and more importantly, pull down the tarp which it is hanging off of on the ceiling by holding down the (LT) button. Although this might take a few attempts as the Dispen Perry will continuously bombard the player with water attacks, once the panels above it falls the Dispen Perry will crash down, breaking its glass tank, rendering it stunned and vulnerable for several seconds. This window gives players a golden opportunity to chain combos and melee burst attacks. Again, keep it further stunned with Electrokinesis attacks as it will be soaked from its shattered water tank.
With so many water-based attacks coming from the large water reserve on its back, the Dispen Fisher's weak spot is naturally the glass casing of its tank. However, unlike the Dispen Perry, its water tank is caged by a series of large poles that surround the sides of the tank, making it a little more difficult to hit than the Dispen Perry's. When using Psychokinesis to hurl objects at the Dispen Perry, always aim for the top of the tank, or side in between the poles. Destroying the water tank will give the player a plethora of advantages. First, it will expose an even weaker, more vital organ encased inside, allowing players to deal heavy damage. Secondly, the Dispen Fisher will consequently become drenched in its own water, which will cause its body to ignite and burn when players utilize fire-based attacks. Most importantly, before the water tank respawns the Dispen Fisher will be unable to use any of its water attacks.
Since the Dispen Perry will alternate between fighting on ground and kiting from the ceiling, it is recommended for players to start charging and conserving Psychokinesis bar by attacking it in melee shortly before it crawls up. Having sufficient Psychokinesis energy in the Psychokinesis bar will ensure the player maintains a relevant damage output at all stages, even when the Dispen Perry is untouchable by melee attacks.
Attacks & Counters
|Water Spill: Dispen Fisher sprays water from its tank in all directions, applying the "Soaked" Status Ailment and damaging enemies around him over a large radius.||Jump/Dodge away when noticing the pre-cast; SAS: Electrokinesis|
|Swipe Attack: The Dispen Fisher raises its left arm and performs a brutal swing at targets in front.||Staying on the Dispen Fisher's right hand side, or jumping backwards; SAS: Velocity|
|Water Beam: The Dispen Fisher aims one of its metal ducts at its target and sprays a compressed jet beam of water from afar.||Continuously kite by running to the side; SAS: Velocity|
|Leap Attack: The Dispen Fisher leaps high in to the air and lands onto the ground, dealing damage to units around it.||Run towards the Dispen Fisher when it is about to preform the jump; Hurl objects at it with Psychokinesis while it is airborne.|
|Climb: Dispen Fisher climbs up the wall and onto the ceiling's tarps, striking targets at range with water attacks.||Hold (LT) to pull down the ceiling tarp from which the Dispen Fisher is hanging on, causing it to crash land onto the ground.|
Dispen Fisher Lore
Kasane and her team encounter the Dispen Fisher on the Bridge of Purity in Arahabaki Secure Site during Phase 9's "Protecting Lives and Protected Lives" Quest. This six-legged, semi-organic oddity suddenly descends from the ceiling, right when Wataru alerted them of an approaching Other. As the team was distracted by a live scene featuring Yuito unraveling his brother, chief Kaito Sumeragi's secret plans in transofrming humans into Others, they frantically fight back in response to the Dispen Fisher's untimely ambush.
Dispen Fisher Notes & Trivia
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Dispen Fisher Image Gallery
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