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Witcher 2 Defeating the Draug

Updated on June 5, 2011

Witcher 2 Draug

Witcher 2 Defeating the Draug
Witcher 2 Defeating the Draug

Witcher 2 Defeating the Draug

In the witcher 2, defeating the boss the Draug at the near ending for Act 2 is important because it is necessary for the witcher 2 storyline to continue. Also, Geralt can collect the Draug armor and fragment and construct one of the best armor in the game - the Draug armor.

Before defeating the draug, Geralt must move through the battlefield in the mist, possessed by various spirits and wraiths of the battle long gone by. First, Geralt when possessed by the spirits must defeat the Draugir bearing the banner. This could be difficult since Geralt cannot use signs. Next Geralt is further possessed by Seltkirk the warrior, and confronts the draug. Geralt persuades the Seltkirk to confront the draug alone, and the battle with the boss draug begins.

Witcher 2 Tactics for Defeating the Draug

To defeat the draug in the witcher 2, first understand the special powers of the draug. This includes a tornado attack, commanding archers to fire arrows at Geralt and directing Sabrina's fireball into Geralt's path. To escape this combination of attacks, Geralt must hide behind covers. When the attacks cease, come out and attack the Draug.

Attack the Draug by using block and the Quen sign. If Geralt already has the Heliotrope sign, this is one of the best times to use this. To charge up enough adrenalin for the Heliotrope sign, Geralt will use the Quen sign and also the Igni sign to incinerate the Draug. At maximal mage level for the two talents at the end of the mage development path, using the Igni sign about five or six times will be enough to activate the Heliotrope sign. Once Heliotrope is activated, just hack relentlessly at the draug and it will be destroyed.

After defeating the draug, Geralt will wake up in Philippa's house. And the last phase of the witcher 2 act 2 will begin - the Battle for Vergen. Before engaging this last phase, remember to construct the draug armor.

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