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Invincible enemies

enderfreaksenderfreaks 12 PointsMember, Level1
I've been playing a few days now and twice I've met an invincible skaven. I can block its attacks but I can't hit or push it. When playing with bots the bots can't hit it either. Seems as though other players can hit them but not always.


  • Sadric01Sadric01 24 PointsMember, Level2
    I have come across these numerous times. But I have found that if I toss a bomb at them they DO die, so I have been saving my bombs for just this sort of thing. As far as I know, bombs are the only workaround for these at this point.
  • QuanrianQuanrian 117 PointsMember, Level4
    Close, you can shove them off a ledge as well. As you'd expect this is much easier using a shield or weapon with the increased knockback on shove trait.
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  • yakuzzaayakuzzaa 17 PointsMember, Level2
    Same problem here - we are currently on nightmare !!!
    Its a pain in the ass - why is there no patch to fix this and the horrible matchmaking ?
  • QuanrianQuanrian 117 PointsMember, Level4
    I almost feel like it should be separated into a feature like another special rat because it absolutely requires special attention and that is what specials do. At this point, that is how I look at it anyways since it's not terribly difficult to identify these. Never tried but a Rat Gunner or Globadier might be able to FF them to death as well. If I had to guess the trigger it might be a trait (think instant kill) glitching out or something going sideways when it spawns.
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  • Fatshark_HedgeFatshark_Hedge 389 PointsAdministrator, Fatshark, Level4
    Any further issues with this since the patch?
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  • QuanrianQuanrian 117 PointsMember, Level4
    Just out of curiosity is there some sort of debugging level or room used to test out various things in a controlled environment? It occurs to me with a lot of these bugs and glitches that they could be caught easier that way. For instance, a particular Skaven could be spawned and further subjected to various checks such as with a variety of traits on or off.
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