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Having evolved themselves to attain the ability to use magic via arcane chants, Lusachias developed multiple mouths which allow them to recite several spells at once. Unfortunately, this costed their form to reduce into floating mass of dark-colored flesh with their muscles become atrophied that they barely able to move their remaining limbs. Nevertheless, this sacrifice proved to be insignificant since Lusachias now attain great power to make up the loss.
The Lusachia, similar to the Hell Judecca, will keep teleporting in the battlefield in order to get away from the player. It has long preparatory motions before all of its attacks, which allows the player to be highly aggressive. Once knocked down, they will eventually teleport away.
Nico's Enemy Report - Lusachia
- Sure was interesting dissectin' this demon.
- This thing bears out my theory on demon evolution. Can't do magic incantations without a mouth, right? So after a few generations of demons obsessed with arcane chants, you get something that's all mouths, with its muscles so atrophied it can hardly move its limbs.
- And more mouths means more power. My guess is this thing could kill you dead with a single spell if you let it get the chant out. If you see it startin' something real ominous- looking, you'd better shut it down real quick.
All of its attacks have long charge times and can take a large portion of the player character's health, especially on higher difficulties. As upgraded Baphomets they have a similar shield ability that protects them from ranged attacks, but are just as vulnerable to knockdowns. This allows any enemies they are supporting to be dealt with while they are on the ground.
- According to Daigo Ikeno development of Baphomet and Lusachia started with the idea of refining muscle-brain Goat Clan demons from Devil May Cry 2, but after many twists and turns, resulted in different, magic-centered characters.