How to Beat Enforcer Boss

Use jump boosts and hover over its head. Won’t be able to land many of its attacks at high angles.

As for chips…

  • Kick (easy stagger, damage)
  • Weight Control (mostly for times when you run out of ammo so you can punch)
  • Weapon Bays (if you use them)

One or both of the below are good.

  • Assault Armour – 1-2 points.
  • Pulse Armour – 1-2 points.

Terminal Armour may carry you, but you should ween yourself off of it and put points elsewhere.

  • Kinetic Damage (weapons tend to have higher impact for easier staggers), alternatively whatever is your favored damage type.
  • Direct Hit Modifier (damage on stagger).
  • Repair Kits (0-2 points is enough for early game, depending on how thicc your build is; if you play lightweights you don’t need much investment).
  • Damage Control (Will be more noticeable when you start surviving potential deaths with 10 damage. This is one of those where you don’t really notice it, but it edge cases where the damage reduction saved you will add up).

Damage Control Chips are lower priority than actually doing damage, since killing things quickly is the best damage mitigation. Take them if you feel you need them.

Other chips you’d take them speedrunning purposes (ex: Access Control Optimization) and eventually completionism.

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