Najarala is the one and only big Snake Wyvern who somehow still has four legs (they look so silly). Najarala's large crests on its head and tail serve a secondary purpose aside from looking cool and/or intimidating. The head crests are sounders and can be used to generate an immensely large sonic noise that needs High Grade Earplugs to block. Its tail can do a similar thing, akin to a rattlesnake's death rattle.
Najarala loves to use its long, sinuous length to coil and to launch itself around the stage, making it a surprisingly fast and confusing foe. Najarala is weakest to Ice and Water.
Najarala will snap out at you like a snake to strike at you with its large beak. Sometimes will do this twice, and the second hit will cause its beak to get stuck in the ground, leaving its beak at a convenient height for you to hit and break.
Snap 'n' Drag
Najarala will charge forward once, then pause. Then it will charge forward again. This iconic attack is used by even large Elder Dragons in previous installments, hence its name. Deals heavy damage
Coil and Strike
Najarala will begin to coil around you. Get out as soon as you can, or else you will get paralyzed by its beak, and then it will dig into the ground and launch you into the air from below
Najarala will burrow into the ground and then pop out and dive in a few times
Najarala will whip its tail to eject scales from it, then it will place its sounders next to them and cause them to explode. If you are caught in the explosion, you suffer heavy damage plus a guaranteed stun
Najarala will use its long body to launch its back end at you. Hey, it's got plenty of spine to use.
Platforms 3DS, Switch
Genre Action Role-playing
Guide Release 1 September 2016
Last Updated 12 June 2020
Guide Author Cassie Sun
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