Dungeon Quest’s Yokai Peak is the newest challenge in the Roblox MMORPG and it’s filled with tough mobs, complex boss battles, and tons of great loot as a reward. If you need a hand navigating this super-difficult level, keep reading this guide to learn more about the challenges ahead.
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Let’s get into everything you need to know about Dungeon Quest’s Yokai Peak.
What is Dungeon Quest’s Yokai Peak?
Yokai Peak is the sixteenth dungeon in Dungeon Quest. It came out on October 13, 2023, and takes its name and theme from Japanese folklore, specifically yokai. The map features red torii gates that frame stone temples, flanked with bamboo and koi fish statues.
As this is Dungeon Quest’s most recent level, you need to be at least level 200 to tackle it on Insane difficulty or level 205 on Nightmare difficulty. If that isn’t intimidating enough, you also only have 15 minutes to clear the entire dungeon. Good luck!
Yokai Peak mobs
Here’s a list of all the overworld mobs that you can encounter in Yokai Peak:
- Pincer Warrior
- Tide Walker
- Tide Kitsune
- Shadow Imp
- Giant Shadow Imp
- Shadow Stalker
- Pyro Caster
- Yokai Shogun
- Yokai Sorcerer
- Fire Imp
- Fire Stalker
Yokai Peak bosses
Yokai Peak features three mini-bosses and a fourth final boss that you must face to conquer the level. Here are all of their details.
Tatsu, Lord of Tides
Tatsu, Lord of Tides is a blue Japanese dragon who appears as a mini-boss encounter in room three of Yokai Peak.
|Lightning Bolt (passive)||Tatsu constantly attacks you with lightning until you step into the arena to face it|
|Head Slam||Tatsu slams its head into the floor in an attempt to squash you. It signals its target with a red rectangle on the floor|
|Lightning Storm||Tatsu flies into the sky, becoming invulnerable to all forms of attack. It then creates pulsing blue circles of lightning|
|Spinning Beams||Two beams appear in a cross formation and move counter-clockwise, dealing constant damage to anyone touching them. After turning 180 degrees, the beams switch to moving clockwise|
|Tidal Breath||Tatsu roars at the sky and summons a wave of water circles that deal continuous damage|
|Tide Circles||Light blue circles appear on the ground and spin counter-clockwise. If you touch the circles, they deal continuous damage to you|
|Whirlpool||Tatsu dives into the pond and creates a whirlpool, becoming invulnerable. The whirlpool drags you in, dealing small amounts of damage over time. To deal damage to Tatsu during this attack, you must attack the summoned Tethers and other mobs to break its invulnerability|
Sangor, the Bloodthirsty
Sangor is a red, humanoid oni, a type of demon from Japanese folklore, who acts as the mini-boss of the sixth room. He wields a kanabō, which is a spiked club that samurai traditionally used.
|Sangor’s Leap||Sangor leaps towards its target, slamming the ground and creating a sun-burst attack|
|Whirlwind Spin||Sangor deals AoE damage to a target by spinning|
|Blood Spin||Sangor uses Whirlwind Spin to travel across lines in the arena, which also burst into flames|
|Sangor’s Curse||Sangor curses you with an anti-healing debuff by roaring. To remove the curse, you must find and stand on the green circle in the arena, which spawns randomly|
|Blood Circles||Sangor spawns circles of blood in the arena which create a wave that damages you|
|Kanabō Swing||If you get too close to it, Sangor swings its kanabō and deals AoE damage to you|
|Flame Shockwave||If you haven’t entered Sangor’s arena, it will spawn a flaming rectangle that constantly damages you until you enter|
Commander Leonaru is the third mini-boss of Yokai Peak and inhabits the ninth room, just before the final boss. It is an anthropomorphic lion that wields a naginata, or Japanese polearm.
|Crying Swords (passive)||A bright yellow sword appears above you and damages you until you enter Leonaru’s arena|
|Explosive Squares and Lines||Leonaru summons vertical and horizontal lines that deal explosive damage to you on impact|
|Explosive Square Chunks||Leonaru summons and explosive square that covers a quarter of the arena and travels around the arena until it completes a full circuit|
|Naginata Throw||Leonaru throws its naginata at you, dealing damage|
|Blade Barrage||After Leonaru throws its naginata, a flurry of blades appear and deal additional damage to you|
|Explosion Orb||Leonaru summons an explosive orb on you, trapping you in a specific radius. If you can lure the orb onto Leonaru, you can deal a small amount of damage to it|
|Falling Swords||Yellow swords rain from the sky in a specific area of the arena|
|Naginata & Claw Swing||When you get too close to Leonaru, it will attack with its naginata or its claws if it has thrown the naginata|
|Temple Laser Eyes||The giant statue in the arena attacks you with its laser eyes|
Sarugami is a monkey spirit oni and the final boss of Yokai Peak. It resembles a giant volcano with magma veins and glowing rocks. Sarugami has a total of seven moves and two phases, but to keep it challenging, the Dungeon Quest community prefers not to share its moveset. You’ll have to take everything you’ve learned in the previous battles and use it to defeat Sarugami for good.
That’s everything you need to know about Dungeon Quest’s Yokai Peak. For more challenging exploration experiences, check out our list of the best dungeon crawler games on Switch and mobile.