The Dauntless Boost is the way to "boop"
Today we're going to learn how to "boop" with every single weapon in the game. We'll tell you what you need to have to do so as well as how to interrupt or "boop" every behemoth. Let's start with the neutral or non-elemental baddies. Take a sword and let's talk to the Gnasher. The other two variants of which are the Lesser and Ragetail. There are three ways you can use a sword to interrupt this dude. First, you can use our Dauntless boosting service. But you can also perform a heavy attack, or you can do a dodge followed by a very quick light attack. Next on the list is the Moonreaver Shrike. They are the easiest monsters to interrupt. What he will do is he'll either jump in the air and do a gust of wind move and then as soon as it lands he'll perform a charging open-wing attack. Another thing that he does is a sprinting motion, then he'll turn around and perform the same sweeping aerial attack, and that's when you can interrupt him. That can be tricky as you need to know the timing and how the moves work. The easier way would be to use our Dauntless service, no doubt. Let's talk now about the Heroic Deadeye Quillshot. He can be "booped" when it becomes enraged, and the spikes grow out of his back. This is one of the stronger Dauntless behemoths and a lot of people complain about this fight because you get hit by those quills no matter what you do. There'll be other Dauntless behemoths that are much stronger, yet this one has his attack that doesn't seem fair.
Going down the Dauntless Behemoths List, taking names down
You can still stagger him at that moment. However, you and your teammates have to do a lot of damage to do that. So, it's not a one-hit interrupt. Now we move to the fire elemental monsters and the only one fire Dauntless behemoth is the Embermane. This goes to all of his variants. The only thing that he does is charge right at you every single time. The easiest weapon to "boop" is the hammer. If you're skillful enough, you can do a heavy attack. Make sure that you have one shot loaded in order to use a right-click or your heavy attack to do a cannon shot. If you're good with your timing, you can click it quickly. Or load it up and wait till he gets there – it's a lot easier to do. While you hit him, press Q immediately after to load one ammo into your hammer. Then use that ammo to "boop" him. The next stop on the Dauntless behemoths list is Frost monsters, and for them, you'll be better of using an axe. There are only two frosty boys that will let you interrupt them, and those are the Skraev and the Pangar. These Dauntless behemoths tactics involve a mod in axes called Grim Onslaught that's usable with Q. Just be careful and throw the axe in the right moment. Or be squashed. With Behemoths boost it's going to be easier for you to farm stronger monsters who give you a hard time.
Dauntless Behemoths Weaknesses leave you a tiny window
Shock behemoths like Nayzaga and Stormclaw are the only two that can be staggered. Drast cannot be staggered. For them you want to use the chain blades with the waited for strikes perks. You can either use your cells with the strikes or pick up armor that has the waited strikes perk on it. For Nayzaga, you can interrupt him during its aether mode charge when it has the spikes on the ground. The ones that don't radiate any electricity except for that big ball of electricity. In time with Behemoths master, you'll learn to recognize those. If you can break those, you'll be able to interrupt the monster. There are three ways to "boop" the Stormclaw. One is by hitting a ball of energy right back to his ugly face, and he'll get electrocuted and fall down. The other two ways are kind of hard. There's one where he strolls towards you, kind of stalking its prey. You have like literally a split second to hit him. The last way is when he puts his fifth electrical pylon down to make that barrier around you, he will charge at you. Then you'll also have but a split second to stagger him. It's going to contribute to your Dauntless behemoths mastery, and if you want to do it faster, you'll find something to your taste at lfcarry.com.