Wallmonger

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Wallmonger

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Statistics
Health: 1757.5
Location: Hollow
Ammonomicon Entry

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Demon Mortar
An infernal barrier preventing passage to the Forge.

After the first Gungeoneer surmounted the Hollow, powerful Gunjurers shaped the Wallmonger from the shells of hundreds of discharged Gundead.

Wallmonger is a boss found in the Hollow.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

Wallmonger spans the entire width of the room, with its "face" in the center. It continually moves downwards, and if it is not killed by the time it reaches the end of the room, the player will be instantly killed. Wallmonger has a variety of attacks:

  • Spits a trail of fire down the center of the room, followed by firing large blocks of bullets down each side while also firing spreads of bullets.
  • Fires alternating spreads of bullets that widen as they travel down the room.
  • Fires expanding rectangular formations of bullets.
  • Fires a line of waving bullets that spans the width of the room.

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • The large blocks of bullets that are fired when there is fire in the middle of the room can be avoided by dodging right through them.

Video[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • If Wallmonger spits a trail of fire and is defeated moments later, the fire will not vanish, and if the player happens to be standing in its path, they will be unable to move until the end of the defeat sequence and will take burn damage.
  • If you have Bloodied Scarf, you can teleport to the area behind Wallmonger. It is completely safe there, but you cannot see your character. The camera follows Wallmonger, which moves constantly, so downward movement may be required to get back in range.
  • If you have Live Ammo, the Wallmonger will still deal contact damage.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Wallmonger may have been inspired by the Wall of Flesh from Terraria, who needed to be killed before it forced you to the edge of the world.
    • Another possible inspiration is the Demon Wall bosses from Final Fantasy.
    • Or Wall Face/Doom's Wall in Secret Of Mana.
    • Or The Nuclear Throne enemy, from the game of the same name.

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See also[edit | edit source]