Legend has it that they were war machines left behind by a nation that had been destroyed. Compared to the more common Ruin Guards, their design has greater value in the study of biomimesis. Exactly why the form and action of certain deep sea lifeform are being imitated is not known. You don't want to be entangled with them.
Core inside the head. For unknown reasons this core counts as a weakspot but will not trigger certain effects related to it (ex. prototype crescent).
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Turning its body on the side, it charges up a lunge to headbutt its target. Its' core is exposed while it charges but is protected while it lunges.
The Scout spins its 4 tentacles around. Its' core is protected during this attack.
The Scout quickly charges an energized Orb and sets it right below itself. The Orb deals Damage to anyone who touches it and bursts after some time has passed, dealing Damage in a small AoE. The Orb will also Burst if the player walks into it. When two or more Orbs are on the field, the Orbs will create an energized beam that connects them. The beam deals Damage. If one of the Orbs burst, the beam will disappear. During this whole attack its core is protected.
Planting itself, the Scout charges up before discharging energy in a medium AoE around itself. Its core is protected during the charging and firing of this attack.
After having its weak spot hit twice while exposed, it will fall to the ground and deactivate. During this short time the Scout will not attack.