Bosses are a game mechanic for Anime Fighting Simulator introduced in Update 8. Players can team up to fight the boss for rewards and new powers; every dimension has its own Boss. Each boss has a preparation time of 14 seconds, of which anyone can join, and 3½ minutes (210 seconds) of fighting where no one can join. At the end of the battle, the statistics after fighting the boss and the rewards of your outcome are shown. You can view other people's stats on the boss leaderboard.

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Here are the names and descriptions of all the current bosses:

Demon Fox

Basics

Demon Fox is a boss from Naruto and is available to battle in Dimension 1.

It has 5 Tiers, with each tier increasing its difficulty. Tier 1 is the easiest, while tier 5 is the most difficult.

Every time you defeat the boss it goes up a tier, when you lose it goes down a tier, and when you run out of time the tier will stay the same.

When you fight the boss in the arena, you cannot fly.

The boss can drop one of these powers: Tailed Mode,Spiral Shuriken,Multiple Bomb Spiral Shuriken,Tailed Monster Bomb. The boss can also drop a 1 hour long 1.5x server boost, but it is an extremely rare drop.

The boss also gives you Yen and Chikara Shards when you defeat it.

Damage scaling will remain the same when fighting the boss between players. A player with 3QD strength using Serious Punch will do the same damage as a newbie with 300K strength using Serious Punch.

If you and/or other people in the server go from tier 1 to tier 5 killing the boss, the next tier 1 triples the chances of getting drops (x3).

Its speed is around 80-90. It is also the Slowest Boss out of them all, discounting event bosses.

Another thing to mention: The boss gains more health and deals more damage provided that more people go up against it. Therefore, when you battle it alone, it is at its lowest stats to make it balanced.

Requirements

The higher rank you are, the easier and more likely the boss drops you will get. However, any person playing the game can fight the boss, no matter what level or score you have.

To get a chance for a boss drop, you need to put in at least a good set of damage relative to the amount of players with you to defeat the boss. Defeating it from Tier 1 to Tier 5 following the previously mentioned rules will stack up the odds and guarantee you a boss drop after the 5th win, following the previous condition of doing enough damage.

NOTE: You can check how much damage you have dealt to the boss on the boss leaderboard, under the MOST DAMAGE section.

Boss Attacks

  • Swipe: Demon Fox's melee attack. It swipes its hand in front of it, dealing damage to players hit by it.
  • Slam: Demon Fox's first special attack. It slams its hands onto the ground, creating a yellow shockwave that deals damage to players and knocks them back.
  • Tailed Monster Bomb: Demon Fox's second special attack, used a few seconds after Slam. It charges up a ball of energy and fires it at the nearest player. The energy ball deals damage if it hits a player, and explodes and deals damage over a large area if it collides with the surroundings.

Boss Health

The following are the boss's base health for each tier (when there is only one player fighting it). The amount increases depending on the number of players present.

  • Tier 1: 1000
  • Tier 2: 1150
  • Tier 3: 1200
  • Tier 4: 1250
  • Tier 5: 1350

Broli


Basics

Broli is a boss from Dragon Ball. He is available to battle in Dimension 2.

It has 5 tiers, with each tier increasing its difficulty. Tier 1 is the easiest, while tier 5 is the most difficult.

Every time you defeat the boss it goes up a tier, when you lose, and when you run out of time, the tier will still remain the same.

The boss can drop one of these powers: Legendary Super Human, Energy Barrage, Energy Burst, and Meteor Shower. The boss can also drop a 1-hour long 1.5x server boost, but it is an extremely rare drop.

The boss also gives you Yen and Chikara Shards when you defeat it.

Damage scaling will remain the same when fighting the boss between players. A player with 3QD strength using Serious Punch will do the same damage as a newbie with 30K strength using Serious Punch.

If you and/or other people in the server go from tier 1 to tier 5 killing the boss, the next tier 1 triple the chances of getting drops (x3).

His speed is around 110-120. He is also the fastest boss. What makes him harder to defeat than the most of the other bosses is his relatively small size. This will mean you are going to have to all of your moves and attacks better.

Another thing to mention: The boss gains more health and deals more damage provided that more people go up against it. Therefore, when you battle it alone, it is at its lowest stats to make it balanced.

Requirements

The higher rank you are, the easier and more likely the boss drops you will get. However, any person playing the game can fight the boss, no matter what level or score you have.

To get a chance for a boss drop, you need to put in at least a good set of damage relative to the number of players with you to defeat the boss. Defeating it from Tier 1 to Tier 5 following the previously mentioned rules will stack up the odds and guarantee you a boss drop after the 5th win, following the previous condition of doing enough damage.

Boss Attacks

  • Punch: Broli's melee attack. He punches in front of himself when near a player, dealing damage and knocking them back.
  • Energy Burst: Broli's first special attack. He rises up from the ground while absorbing energy, before expelling it and dealing damage over a large area and knocking back players.
  • Eraser Cannon: Broli's second special attack, used a few seconds after Energy Burst. He briefly does a charging pose, before firing a large green beam of energy that travels instantly to hit a single player. This attack is almost unavoidable, and has the possibility of dealing damage twice.

Boss Health

The following are the boss's base health for each tier (when there is only one player fighting it). The amount increases depending on the number of players present.

  • Tier 1: 1025
  • Tier 2: 1175
  • Tier 3: 1250
  • Tier 4: 1275
  • Tier 5: 1400

Beast King


Basics

The Beast King is a boss from One Piece and is available to battle in Dimension 3.

It has 5 tiers, with each tier increasing its difficulty. Tier 1 is the easiest, while tier 5 is the most difficult.

Every time you defeat the boss it goes up a tier. When you lose it will drop one tier, and when you run out of time, the tier will remain the same.

The boss can drop one of these powers: Barrier, Kings Outburst, and Blade Whirlwind. The boss can also drop a 1-hour long 1.5x server boost, but it is an extremely rare drop.

The boss also gives you Yen and Chikara Shards when you defeat it.

Damage scaling will remain the same when fighting the boss between players. A player with 3QD strength using Serious Punch will do the same damage as a newbie with 30K strength using Serious Punch.

If you and/or other people in the server go from tier 1 to tier 5 killing the boss, the next tier 1 triple the chances of getting drops (x3).

His speed is around 100.

Requirements 

The higher rank you are, the easier and more likely the boss drops you will get. However, any person playing the game can fight the boss, no matter what level or score you have.

To get a chance for a boss drop, you need to put in at least a good set of damage relative to the number of players with you to defeat the boss. Defeating it from Tier 1 to Tier 5 following the previously mentioned rules will stack up the odds and make the drop rate very high.

Boss Attacks

  • Bite: Beast King's melee attack. He reels back his head before biting down in front of him, dealing damage to players and knocking them back.
  • Lightning: Beast King's first special attack. He freezes in place while causing lightning bolts to strike down around him, dealing damage several times to players within the attack's radius.
  • Fire Beam: Beast King's second special attack, used a few seconds after Lightning. He briefly reels back his head before firing an instant beam of fire that deals damage to players hit by it and explodes and causes a small area of damage when colliding with the surroundings.

Boss Health

The following are the boss's base health for each tier (when there is only one player fighting it). The amount increases depending on the number of players present.

  • Tier 1: 1050
  • Tier 2: 1200
  • Tier 3: 1275
  • Tier 4: 1300
  • Tier 5: 1450

Masked Villain


Basics

Masked Villain is a boss from My Hero Academia and is available to battle in Dimension 4.

It has 5 tiers, with each tier increasing its difficulty. Tier 1 is the easiest, while tier 5 is the most difficult.

Every time you defeat the boss it goes up a tier. When you lose it will drop one tier, and when you run out of time, the tier will remain the same.

The boss can drop one of these powers: Air Cannon, Ultimate Power Combination, Springy Limbs, and Impact Recoil. The boss can also drop a 1-hour long 1.5x server boost, but it is an extremely rare drop.

The boss also gives you Yen and Chikara Shards when you defeat it.

Damage scaling will remain the same when fighting the boss between players. A player with 3QD strength using Serious Punch will do the same damage as a newbie with 30K strength using Serious Punch.

If you and/or other people in the server go from tier 1 to tier 5 killing the boss, the next tier 1 triple the chances of getting drops (x3).

His speed is fairly fast compared to the other bosses. However, what makes him harder to defeat than the most of the other bosses is his relatively small size. This will mean you are going to have to all of your moves and attacks better.

Requirements 

The higher rank you are, the easier and more likely the boss drops you will get. However, any person playing the game can fight the boss, no matter what level or score you have.

To get a chance for a boss drop, you need to put in at least a good set of damage relative to the number of players with you to defeat the boss. Defeating it from Tier 1 to Tier 5 following the previously mentioned rules will stack up the odds and make the drop rate very high.

Boss Attacks

  • Punch: Masked Villain's melee attack. He punches in front of himself when near a player, dealing damage and knocking them back.
  • Air Cannon: Masked Villain's first special attack. He fires a blast of air that instantly travels to hit a player, damaging them. This attack is rather hard to dodge, but is not unavoidable.
  • Ultimate Power Combination: Masked Villain's second special attack, used a few seconds after Air Cannon. He enlarges his right arm and punches the ground, creating a shockwave that deals damage over a small area which lasts for a few seconds.

Boss Health

The following are the boss's base health for each tier (when there is only one player fighting it). The amount increases depending on the number of players present.

  • Tier 1: 1075
  • Tier 2: 1225
  • Tier 3: 1300
  • Tier 4: 1325
  • Tier 5: 1500

Beast Monke


Basics

Beast Monke is a boss from Attack on Titan and is available to battle in Dimension 5.

It has 5 tiers, with each tier increasing its difficulty. Tier 1 is the easiest, while tier 5 is the most difficult.

Every time you defeat the boss it goes up a tier. When you lose it will drop one tier, and when you run out of time, the tier will remain the same.

The boss can drop one of these powers: Special: Beast Titan, [Beast Titan]: Ground Smash, [Beast Titan]: Rock Throw. The boss can also drop a 1-hour long 1.5x server boost, but it is an extremely rare drop.

The boss also gives you Yen and Chikara Shards when you defeat it.

Damage scaling will remain the same when fighting the boss between players. A player with 3QD strength using Serious Punch will do the same damage as a newbie with 30K strength using Serious Punch.

If you and/or other people in the server go from tier 1 to tier 5 killing the boss, the next tier 1 triple the chances of getting drops (x3).

His speed is fairly fast compared to the other bosses.

Requirements 

The higher rank you are, the easier and more likely the boss drops you will get. However, any person playing the game can fight the boss, no matter what level or score you have.

To get a chance for a boss drop, you need to put in at least a good set of damage relative to the number of players with you to defeat the boss. Defeating it from Tier 1 to Tier 5 following the previously mentioned rules will stack up the odds and make the drop rate very high.

Boss Attacks

  • Slap: Beast Monke's melee attack. He slaps in front of himself when near a player, dealing damage and knocking them back.
  • Ground Smash: Beast Monke's first special attack. He stomps on the ground, creating large debris that deal area-of-effect damage around him.
  • Rock Throw: Beast Monke's second special attack, used a few seconds after Ground Smash. He throws some large rocks in the direction he's facing, dealing area-of-effect damage in that direction.

Boss Health

The following are the boss's base health for each tier (when there is only one player fighting it). The amount increases depending on the number of players present.

  • Tier 1: 1115
  • Tier 2: 1285
  • Tier 3: 1375
  • Tier 4: 1430
  • Tier 5: 1600

Dark Demon


Basics

Dark Demon is an event boss from Black Clover that is available to battle in Dimension 5 every new hour.

The boss can drop one of these powers: Stomp, and Beam Blast.

The boss gives some Yen and Chikara Shards after being defeated, and is essential for completing some quests.

Damage scaling will remain the same when fighting the boss between players. A player with 3QD strength using Serious Punch will do the same damage as a newbie with 30K strength using Serious Punch.

Its speed is incredibly slow compared to the other bosses. Subsequently, due to its large size and the fact that most of its attacks are ground-level and the player is able to fly while fighting this boss, it is very easy to defeat.

Boss Attacks

  • Swipe: Dark Demon's melee attack. It slams its claws down in front of him, dealing damage.
  • Fire Storm: Dark Demon's first special attack. It creates several dark clouds around it, before raining down beams of fire from them that deal damage to players multiple times.
  • Stomp: Dark Demon's second special attack. It stomps the ground and creates ripples of earth that spread out from it, dealing area damage.
  • Lava Field: Dark Demon's third special attack. It causes large puddles of lava to appear on the ground, which deal damage multiple times to players standing in them.
  • Beam Blast: Dark Demon's fourth special attack. It fires a blue beam of energy at the direction of its choosing, sweeping it about and dealing area-of-effect damage.

Boss Health

Dark Demon's base health (when there is only one player fighting it) is 3200. Having more than one player fighting the boss will increase its health.

Inferno


Basics

Inferno is an event boss from Fire Force that is available to battle after completing Revoker's Spatial Distortion Quest.

The boss can drop one of these powers: Infernal Fire Ball, and Infernal Ace.

The boss also gives you Yen, Chikara Shards and Auras when you defeat it.

Damage scaling will remain the same when fighting the boss between players. A player with 3QD strength using Serious Punch will do the same damage as a newbie with 30K strength using Serious Punch.

Its speed is fairly fast compared to the other bosses. Additionally, most of its attacks are area-of-effect, and its arena is constantly filled with lava puddles that could moderately damage players. Combined with its immense health, this boss is quite formidable.

Boss Attacks

  • Swipe: Inferno's melee attack. It swipes its hands in front of him, dealing damage.
  • Infernal Fire Ball: Inferno's first special attack. It charges up a giant fire ball for a few seconds before firing it at the closest player, causing a large explosion that deals damage.
  • Slam: Inferno's second special attack, used a few seconds after Infernal Fire Ball. It jumps into the air before crashing back down, causing a large shockwave and creating a giant crater that deals area-of-effect damage.

Boss Health

Inferno's base health (when there is only one player fighting it) is 2700. Having more than one player fighting the boss will increase its health.

Nicholas The Renegade


This Boss is no longer in circulation

Basics

Nicholas The Renegade was an event boss from Sword Art Online that was available to battle in the Christmas Boss Dimension during Update 15, the Christmas Update.

The boss can drop one of these powers: Ice Explosion, and Ice Spikes.

The boss also gives you Yen, Chikara Shards and Auras when you defeat it.

Damage scaling will remain the same when fighting the boss between players. A player with 3QD strength using Serious Punch will do the same damage as a newbie with 30K strength using Serious Punch.

His speed is fairly fast compared to the other bosses. However, due to his large size and the fact that most of his attacks are ground-level, he is not that hard to defeat. Despite this, his immense health and area-of-effect attacks makes him a formidable boss, especially when fighting in groups.

Boss Attacks

  • Slam: Nicholas The Renegade's melee attack. He slams his fist down in front of him, dealing damage.
  • Ice Explosion: Nicholas The Renegade's first special attack. He unleashes an explosion of ice around him, dealing damage to players around him as well as causing projectile attacks to miss.
  • Ice Spikes: Nicholas The Renegade's second special attack. He causes ice spikes to protrude randomly around the arena, damaging players who happen to be near one.
  • Explosive Presents: Nicholas The Renegade's third special attack. Explosive presents fall down from the sky around the arena which explode after a few seconds, dealing damage to players.

Boss Health

Nicholas The Renegade's base health (when there is only one player fighting it) is 3200. Having more than one player fighting the boss will increase its health to 6000, with each player adding 200 health to his total health.

Carrot


This Boss is no longer in circulation

Basics

Carrot is an event boss from One Piece that was available to battle in the Easter Boss Dimension during Update 18, the Easter Update.

The boss can drop one of these powers: Jump Flip Shock, and Ground Shock.

The boss also gives you Yen, Chikara Shards and Auras when you defeat it.

Damage scaling will remain the same when fighting the boss between players. A player with 3QD strength using Serious Punch will do the same damage as a newbie with 30K strength using Serious Punch.

Her speed is incredibly fast compared to the other bosses. Additionally, her immense health and her giant area-of-effect attacks that also stun makes her a formidable boss, especially when fighting in groups. Her small size also makes her hard to hit.

Boss Attacks

  • Kick: Carrot's melee attack. She does a slide-kick in front of her, dealing damage.
  • Jump Flip Shock: Carrot's first special attack. She does a backflip before slamming the ground with a kick, causing a large electric shockwave that damages and stuns nearby players.
  • Ground Shock: Carrot's second special attack. She slams her hands onto the ground, causing a large electric shockwave that damages and stuns nearby players.
  • Explosive Eggs: Carrot's arena's passive attack. Every minute, explosive eggs fall down from the sky around the arena and explode after a few seconds, dealing damage to players nearby.

Boss Health

Carrot's base health (when there is only one player fighting it) is 3700. Having additional players fighting the boss will increase its health.

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