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Wild Hearts: How to Defeat Ragetail Boss Guide

Struggling to take down the massive Ragetail boss?




Wild Hearts How to Defeat Ragetail Boss Guide

The Ragetail is the first huge Kemono you will encounter in the game. This enormous rat has merged with its surroundings’ natural setting, sprouting flowers around its body.

Its tail has developed into a mace-like plant that it uses to perform brute-force strikes. As a result, the Ragetail is a bit too tough to cope with as the first huge Kemono you encounter.

It possesses several high-damage strikes that can be difficult to predict, but they offer plenty of room for counterattacks.

In this guide, we’ll go over how you can beat the Ragetail boss.

Strengths & Weaknesses

Strengths Weaknesses 1

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The Ragetail is particularly susceptible to Fire attribute damage and the Ablaze ailment.

Its weakest place is its head, which takes the most significant damage from assaults. Meanwhile, the bright blue patches on its hind legs and side are vulnerable to your Hunter Arm, allowing you to ride it and pull out Karakuri Thread with ease.

Any weapon type will do decent damage against the Ragetail, although Slash and Pummel weapons are more recommended.

Here is a quick overview of the Rage Tail:

  • Attribute: Wood
  • Slash Effectiveness: 4
  • Pummel Effectiveness: 4
  • Lunge Effectiveness: 3
  • Attribute Weakness: Fire
  • Ailment Resistances – Poison, Fatigue
  • Attribute Resistances – Wood, Water, Wind, Earth
  • Effective Ailments: Ablaze, Frozen, Entangled
  • Weak parts: Head
  • Severable parts: Tail

Combat Strategy

Combat Strategy 1

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The Ragetail is an aggressive Kemono, yet most of its attacks leave various windows of opportunity for an attack.

It will mostly strike with its enormous tail, but it will also perform some forward-charging attacks, letting it move fast across the battlefield.

With its twin bite strike, the Ragetail lunges forward slightly, doing modest damage twice but knocking you down if you got hit by it. You can easily hit the Ragetail on its sides or back when it’s using its attack.

Similarly, its forward charge strike provides a lot of damage while going forward, but it leaves the Kemono susceptible to the sides and back.

The key to winning here is to capitalize on these opportunities.

The Ragetail will sometimes sweep its tail to the front, causing damage in a vast area surrounding itself. Dodging to the side or behind the Ragetail keeps you in position for a counterattack.

Moreover, the Ragetail lifts its tail high into the air before crashing it down in front of its skull, delivering significant damage.

To avoid this, use a Spring Karakuri but stay near its back to counterattack.

After taking enough damage, the Ragetail will get into an enraged state. The white flowers on its side will blossom at this time, and its tail and lips will glow red.

When enraged, the Ragetail will become more aggressive. Just maintain the same tactic as earlier, all while avoiding its much faster attacks.

Resources & Drop

Resources Drop

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You can receive the following resources after successfully hunting the Ragetail:

  • Ragetail Plum
  • Ragetail Pelt
  • Ragetail Fang
  • Ragetail Claw
  • Rare Ragetail Pip
  • Young Warrior Teardrops
  • Young Warrior Kemono Blood
  • Small Plum Scent Crystal

These are primarily utilized in conjunction with Sapscourge resources to manufacture the Young Samurai armor set, but they may also be used to craft Wood attribute weaponry.

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