Lucia is the fifth major world boss in Tower of Fantasy, with the character becoming accessible to those around level 32. Lucia is a great character to farm, especially for those looking for some solid Matrix items to increase there damage. Also, she is one of the game’s easiest world bosses. Here is everything you need to know about Tower of Fantasy’s Lucia world boss, including location, tactics and loot you can get.
Tower of Fantasy Lucia Location
The Tower of Fantasy Lucia location is easily found to the south of the Crown Mines. Head to the cliffs towards the south coast of the Crown Mines, which are to the left of the crashed ship. Climb up the cliffs, and then head to the little bandit town. Lucia is the large lady walking around the base.
Once you’re at the location, you can announce that Lucia is up on your channel. If she isn’t, you can look in world chat to see if someone has reported she spawned on a channel. You can then head to it and fight the boss as more players arrive to fight her.
One thing you need to know about Lucia is that she is a level 40 world boss. We recommend being at least level 32 for her, as you can access Crown Mines without having to upgrade your suppressor massively. However, you can go in earlier with an upgraded suppressor. Players around 25-30 can kill Lucia, but her skills will do much more damage and potentially kill you.
Tower of Fantasy Lucia Tactics
There are quite a few tactics you need to pay attention to with Lucia. However, she doesn’t do all that much crazy stuff. For those reasons, she is perhaps one of the easiest world bosses to farm.
Belly Slam: Lucia will walk along the battlefield chasing a player. After a hop, skip and a jump, she will belly flop onto her target. It is easy to avoid, and timing your dodge correctly will trigger the slowing effect.
Crack That Whip: She raises her hand in the air with her whip held high. She then cracks it forward after a short moment, causing a purple shockwave in the area. The purple shockwave hits multiple players caught around the whip crack. Move away from the direction she is facing to avoid getting hit.
Spinning Fist: The boss moves around, spinning her fist around. After a few spins, she will try to punch a target. Once again, try to dodge the fist as it comes in towards you. It is very easy to avoid and is another easy way to proc the purple slowing dome to attack her even more.
Sword Swing: The boss can occasionally swing a sword into the ground right in front of her. It is hard to read when she does it, so the best advice is to avoid facing her in general.
Whip spin: Lucia will spin her whip around herself and continue to do it for a few seconds. Any player who stands in a short range in a 360 degrees radius around her will get hit and take damage.
Respawning baddies: Lucia is in a little bandit camp surrounded by rhino robots, sentry robots, assassins, and the usual gnome-looking snipers. These mobs will continue to respawn while the fight with Lucia lasts. You will more than likely have to fight the respawning enemies off during the fight as they can easily kill players if there’s too much going on.
Here is a look at the Lucia loot that can drop. Note that the drops you get are random, and there are no guarantees you can get loot from each of the points. Ideally, you are looking for the Matrix’s you want for your build and the chances at the SSR weapons. Also, note you will need one of those Yellow quality Proof of Purchases items to get the best chance at loot, as forcing the cache will likely only reward the basic items.
|Random SSR Weapon||SSR Weapon (Rosy Edge, Icewind Arrow, Absolute Zero, Scythe of the Crow, Chakram of the Seas, Negating Cube, Dual EM Stars, Thunderblades, Molton Shield V2)|
|Shiro: Matrix||Two-Piece - Increases both damage and shatter to targets with more than 50% HP by 15%/19%/22.5%/26%. Four-Piece: Upon entering battle, gain a 20%/25%/30%/35% damage boost for 35 seconds. Reset 5 seconds after exiting battle.|
|Random SR Weapon||SR Weapons (Thunderous Halberd, Staff of Scars, The Terminator, Pummeler, Nightingale’s Feather.)|
|Echo: Matrix||Three piece grants the following: Using a discharge skill to switch to the current weapon grants 80/100/120 weapon charge.|
|Random R Matrix chip||Random Matrix|
|Weapon battery III||Materials|
|Matrix data pack III||Materials|