This is a guide to Fuu-Ki, an optional boss in Shin Megami Tensei III HD Remaster (SMT Nocturne) for the Nintendo Switch, Steam, and PS4. Read on to know how to beat Fuu-Ki, Fuu-Ki's weaknesses, and best strategies against this boss!
|How to Beat Fuu-Ki||How to Fuse Fuu-Ki|
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|Recommended Magatama||Hifumi, Gaea or Kamudo|
|Recommended Level||35 or higher|
Fuu-Ki can be found in the top-left corner of B2 of Ikebukuro Tunnel.
The path to his area is littered with damage-inducing floors, so make sure to bring a Float Ball or cast a Liftoma skill.
Fuu-Ki is weak towards Elec, we highly recommend exploiting its weakness to inflict damage and secure extra turns for your party.
|Void||Light, Dark, Ailments|
|Support||Makakaja, Beast Eye|
Fuu-Ki will mainly use both single-target and multi-taget Force Attacks, and Phys Attacks, so we recommend bringing along demons that can block this type of attack.
Likewise, Fuu-Ki can Void Light, Dark, and Ailment skills, Resist Phys, and Absorb Force, so don't use these types of attacks as you will only be wasting your turn.
Fuu-Ki has two Support skills including Makakaja which buffs its Magic damage, and Beast Eye that grants Fuu-Ki four extra turns.
|Best Demons to Use|
Fuu-Ki utilizes Force, and in the event you or your demons cannot block Force, we highly recommend using a Magic Mirror or activating Makarakarn to repel Fuu-Ki's Force attacks to cut off its turns and, at the same time, reflecting the damage onto it.
You may obtain a Magic Mirror in Rag's Jewelry.
Fuu-Ki utilizes Phys attacks, and in the event you or your demons cannot block Phys, we highly recommend using an Attack Mirror or activating Tetrakarn to Repel Fuu-Ki's Phys attacks to cut off its turns and, at the same time, reflecting the damage onto it.
You may obtain an Attack Mirror in Rag's Jewelry.
Fuu-Ki Absorbs Force, and Voids Light, Dark, and Ailments. However, be comfortable using other elemental Magic attacks, especially Elec, as Fuu-Ki cannot block or counter these.
Fuu-Ki is highly resistant to Phys attacks, so we suggesting keeping the use of Phys attacks to a minimum.
Use a buff like Makakaja before using a Magic skill. This allows you to maximize your Magic Attack's damage output in the short turns you get.
|Specter (2nd Encounter)||Girimekhala|
|Sakahagi||Specter (3rd Encounter)|
|Albion and Zoas||Gabriel, Raphael and Uriel|
|Thor (2nd Encounter)||Baal|
|White Rider||Red Rider|
|Black Rider||Pale Rider|
|Dante (2nd Encounter)||Mother Harlot|
|Koppa Tengu and Incubus||Naga|
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