Story[edit | edit source]
Having put an unceremonious end to Komra's carnival with their incomprehensibly advanced weaponry, 2P's cohort of white-garbed androids retreats into the crater from whence they came. Though they are certain to have the tactical advantage should you pursue them into the installation, such a threat cannot go unchecked, and you and your newfound ally 2B are quick to give chase─Anogg and Konogg hot on your heels.
Duty Finder description
Objectives[edit | edit source]
- Clear the elevated detritus
- Clear the sunken detritus
- Clear the launch deck
- Clear Core Command
- Clear the passage
- Clear the bridge
Progression[edit | edit source]
Enemies[edit | edit source]
- 813P-operated Aegis Unit
- Flight Unit
- Light Artillery Unit
- YoRHa Close-combat Unit: Blade
- YoRHa Close-combat Unit: Martial
- YoRHa Close-combat Unit: Spear
- 724P-operated Superior Flight Unit (A-lpha)
- 767P-operated Superior Flight Unit (B-eta)
- 772P-operated Superior Flight Unit (C-hi)
- 905P-operated Heavy Artillery Unit
- Heavy Artillery Unit
- 4C6F6E67696E67: The Compound
- Compound 2P
Treasure[edit | edit source]
Musical themes[edit | edit source]
"Fortress of Lies" plays as background music in most areas of the Puppets' Bunker, except when fighting bosses. "Grandma - Destruction" plays during the fight with the Aegis Unit as well as during the first phase of the fight with The Compound. "Bipolar Nightmare" plays during the fight with the Superior Flight Units, while "End of the Unknown" plays while fighting the Heavy Artillery Unit.
"Torn from the Heavens/The Dark Colossus Destroys All (Medley)", an original arrangement of both "Torn from the Heavens" from Final Fantasy XIV and "The Dark Colossus Destroys All" from NieR and NieR:Automata, plays during the fight with Compound 2P.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The Compound's boss title is in hexadecimal code, which is used frequently in Nier. It translates to "Longing" (あこがれ, Akogare?).