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The Ocean Hunter 2
The Seas Of TOH2
On the Ocean Hunter's map, it is called as DEPRO DEEP. Also, the announcer doesn't mention the "Deep" tag.
In the real this sea is North-Atlantic Ocean, and Tartarus placed at the right of North America.
Salt, dark, the deepest stage in the game, and full of hungry deep sea fishes and a large cavern at the bottom.It's evening, cold and dark.
The book for Tartarus Deep. Showing Naga, and the old cavern near the deep sea operations.
Deep Sea Fishes
This specie of fishes is barely known as Lanternfish, but mostly known as deep sea snakes or oarfish. There are two of them, a green one and a purple one.
A Giant Squid.
After rescuing a diver from the deep sea creatures.
A giant color changer squid, with fearsome appearance.
Scylla will try to raise her tentacles at you, but after you hit it few times, she swim away, and charge at you. If your aim is good, she can't reach you, and going to blue (when she is dead, her color goes to blue).
A Long Oarfish
A moment after you entering the cave.
A very, very long red-green-blue colored oarfish.
Naga will swim out from the cave, and let you to shoot her. After she takes a turn, she's try to bite you, so keep your fingers on the triggers!
- 10.000 gamerscore.
After defeating Naga, and some deep sea snakes, then you see a flash coming right at you.
A giant orange Angler fish, with large teeth, and fearsome appearance.
Deep Sea Fishes.
For first Charybdis opens her mouth, and those purple and green snakes will come out, So charybdis herself wont attack for a while. After coming out from the cave, she will retire to the darkness, and charge at you sometimes. Keep shooting under the light when she is at the darkness. After taking enough amount of damage, Charybdis will make a powerful vacuum, and try to suck you in. The weakpoint is her light. You must hit it 3 times, then it's goes to dark, and Charybdis dies.
In Greek mythology, Charybdis was a sea monster, once a beautiful naiad and the daughter of Poseidon and Gaia. She takes form as a huge bladder of a creature whose face was all mouth and whose arms and legs were flippers and who swallows huge amounts of water three times a day before belching them back out again, creating whirlpools.
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