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Tales Of Berseria Code Red Hunts Guide

Tales Of Berseria Code Red Hunts Guide
The world of the Tales Of Berseria is overrun with unique and powerful daemons that the local authorities have labeled as Code Red Daemons. This Tales Of Berseria Code Red Hunts Guide covers every element of hunting these rare and powerful Code Red Daemons including information on where to find each enemy, rewards, level requirements and more.

Code Red Hunts unlock once you have progressed far enough through the story. You will hear it mentioned a couple of times but you’re not actually able to participate in any Code Red Hunts until you meet the Bloodwing Agent outside the gates of town. Don’t worry, you can’t miss it, so keep progressing through the story until you speak with them.

Once you’ve been introduced to the Bloodwing Agent you will then notice a new NPC appear in many towns and villages. It is marked by a white wolf head icon. Head to these locations to speak with the Bloodwing Agent in that town to get more information on Code Red Hunts.

Tales Of Berseria Code Red Hunts Guide

Shrieking Demonic Bat
Creeping Viper
Rampaging Axe-Wielding Ape
Corrupted Orb
Overzealous Spider
Wing Harbinger Of Death
The Coming Tendrils
Life-Coveting Fairy
Mobile Man-Eating Plant
Frenzied Wolf
Flesh-Rending Star
Queen Of The Seas
Rainbow Roc
Serial Killer Tree
Moon-Baying Wolf
Noxious Creep
Consumer Of Caravans
Untarnished Silver Corpse
Beast Of Blades
Eater Of Gold
Wanton Devil
Blood-Spraying Crystal
Deadly Mountain

There are a couple of hunts that I missed but even after completing the game, there are certain areas you can’t return to – or at least I can’t figure out how to get there. Will update if I find a way to polish the last few off.

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  1. Eh. Wha’ ’bout Undying Sorcerer, heh? He’s in a zone available only through a sidequest. A sidequest available just before tackling the last stage and last boss. The one with that supposed “new earthpulse”, called “something the truth”. During that sidequest you get the truth about Ceres and Number Two, but also get to fight Undying Sorcerer. Since I got no trophy after killing ALL code red monsters listed here PLUS Undying Sorcerer, I s’pose there oughta be other code red hunts somewhere…

    1. Also, if ye travel, speaking to green exclamation point people in towns, one o’ ’em will tell ye there’s a demon in the Palamides Temple. That’s the Cannibal Mass. ’tis a Code Red Hunt too. Right after reporting its defeat, ye’ll unlock another hunt “Lascivious She-Devil”, which is located in Zamahl Grotto – Den of Daemons

  2. the blood spraying crystal has max defense stats basically nullifying damage.
    beating the untarnished silver corpse gets you the mirrored glacite and on intense difficulty allows you to get a random equipment ability that reflects nullified damage allowing you to beat the crystal.

  3. Something interesting to note is the levels. Looks like they are scaled based on your level when the hunt is found. My serial killer tree for example was level 50 instead of 42 like you had.

  4. Incomplete list. I’m assuming that the monsters from sidequests aren’t showing up, as I’m looking for the blue glob found in the temple where we picked up Moana.

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