The Crogon is the sixth boss in Praey for the Gods, and he is the most difficult one to defeat. The game’s second flying monster (Crogon) is a mix of a dragon and a bird that flies around your screen and terrifies you.
As a result, you’ll need to figure out how to get to it—or how to get down from it—without falling. There are a variety of tactics, and approaches that may be used to defeat The Crogon, but we found this to be the most effective. So, let’s get started with our strategy that will lead you to defeat the sixth boss in Praey of the Gods.
The use of a tiny platform in the center of the area has been suspended indefinitely. Proceed to the two pillars on either side of the entrance hall.
On top of them are two bell-shaped switches, similar to those found on bosses, which are activated by pressing a button. To raise the short platform, repeat the operation three times on both pillars, starting from the bottom. Keep an eye out for The Crogon’s fireballs while you go about your business.
When the platform is raised, a flame will appear on the ground. Take the steps up to the platform’s highest point and draw your bow while standing next to the flame. This ignites the flames of your arrow.
When you get close enough, the Crogon will dive and hit you with a strong fireball from its jaws. Shoot the blazing arrow at the purple flame to astonish The Crogon and startle him. If this ball comes into contact with you, it will do significant damage.
When you successfully stun The Crogon, your screen will become white. The Crogon will be seen on the ground once this goes away.
This will allow you to quickly ascend to the top of it and activate the bell-like switches. These are seen on the wingtips, breast, and tail of the bird.
In order to obtain the two bells on its wings, you’ll have to follow the wing all the way to the end of each of its wings.
This will use a significant amount of stamina, so when The Crogon has leveled up, get up and stretch to refill your stamina. Once you have reached the wingtip, continue to rise until you have rung the bell three times. Rep with the wing on the other side of the body.
It is possible for the bell on its breast to be attacked as it moves from one wing to the next.
Consider your stamina while aiming for this vulnerable spot, as The Crogon will attempt to shake you, causing you to be suspended for a longer period of time than in other regions of the map. Continue to the end of the line after three strikes of the bell.
Considering that there is no fur connecting the tail to the rest of the body, this is the most difficult part to do.
You have two options: either drop The Crogon and utilize the arrow technique to bring it down or use the grapple to draw yourself over to the tail of the creature.
You must strike the bell three times in order to destroy The Crogon, regardless of the path you used to get to the tail.