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Green Lantern Defeating the Zamaron Defender

Updated on July 12, 2011

Green Lantern Zamaron Defender

Green Lantern Defeating the Zamaron Defender
Green Lantern Defeating the Zamaron Defender

Green Lantern Defeating the Zamaron Defender

In Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters, the Zamaron Defender is the last boss at the end of the Zamaron mission, where the green lantern Hal Jordan has been asked to defend Queen Aga'Po from the yellow fear energy of the manhunters. Unfortunately Queen Aga'Po falls prey to the possession of the willhunters and then summons the Zamaron Defender to defeat the green lantern Hal Jordan.

Green Lantern Defeating the Zamaron Defender Tactics

The Green Lantern Defeating the Zamaron Defender tactics is based on knowing the various movies of the Zamaron Defender.

The Zamaron Defender has the following moves. It can use a wide area hand swipe to floor Jordan. Next it can summon two willhunters to attack Jordan. The willhunters can spit out bolts of energy which Jordan has to dodge. Ironically, this is the time when the Zamaron Defender will be at the weakest, so launch lots of Gattling Gun attacks at the Zamaron Defender. Next the Zamaron Defender can claw her hands into the ground and cause electricity arcs to vibrate between her hands. Jump into the air and dodge this. The Zamaron Defender can also slam her hands into the ground, causing a mini earthquake and then causing crystals to erupt from the ground. Dodge out of the way by jumping and hiding in the right hand corner of the arena fight. The Zamaron Defender can also cause roofs of the cavern to fall onto the ground. Again dodge out of the way. Next the Zamaron Defender can summon swirling willhunters to swarm Jordan. Jump into the air to avoid this. The one attack which Jordan has to avoid at all costs is the energy bolt which is launched from the Zamaron Defender's mouth. This will take away a lot of Jordan's energy if it hits, so dodge out of the way at all costs.

For counterattacks on the Zamaron Defender, use the missile launcher construct initially, and then follow this up with the Gattling Gun construct when the attack is over. With patient, perseverance and skills, the Zamaron Defender will be defeated.

Green Lantern Defeating the Zamaron Defender


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