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Queen Harpy (Zombie), or Refletsia as a companion, is a boss in the second part of Monster Girl Quest: Paradox. She is part of the Cirque du Croix.

Biography

Just like her base-game counterpart, she's regularly talked about as she was a powerful warmonger who almost brought the harpies to extinction.

Heading over to the Devastated Plains, Luka and party use the mysterious Remina Key Card to open the door to the worn down castle and enter. Making their way up, they reach the top and find themselves face to face with two familiar people: La Croix and Kagetsumugi. Upon seeing the crew, Kagetsumugi smirks and departs. If you have Chrome in the party, she asks a question to La Croix… but she merely snaps her fingers and calls out Fernandez, Titania and Roza, fully expecting them to mow down the party.

If, however, Luka manages to force them back, La Croix calls out Queen Lamia, Queen Harpy and Queen Scylla to fight, sure that he will break. Once they've been beaten, La Croix finally listens to her sister, and after accepting the notes written by her counterpart, leaves the Cirque in her sister's custody.

Monsterpedia Entry

“La Croix’s masterpiece creation, consisting of seven zombies. The six main Cirque du Croix members were all obtained by assassination or murder. All of them have undergone intense magical treatments, and have become powerful undead monsters.

The previous Queen Harpy waged war on the Ilias Continent with her mighty military. Holding an intense desire to expand her power, she waged war after war with the surrounding cities, nearly killing off the Harpy race as a result. She was believed to have been killed in a battle, but in truth was assassinated by a poison dart fired by La Croix.”

Attacks

  • Attack – One Foe
  • Ascending Princess Fan – One Foe, Physical Attribute, +500 Speed
  • Meteor Spear – All Foes, Physical Attribute, +200 Speed
  • Cyclone – All Foes, Physical, Wind Attribute
  • Harpy Fellatio – One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute
  • Queen’s Paizuri – One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute
  • Dive Bomb Pin – One Foe (Luka), Bind (1 Turn Break)
  • Happiness Rondo – Rape, One Foe (Luka, Bound), Pleasure Attribute
  • Happiness Rondo (Cont.) – Rape, One Foe (Luka, Bound), Pleasure Attribute
  • Sky Dance – All Allies, +50% Evade, +50% Magical Evade, 150% Agi for 4 Turns
  • Hero’s Dance – Self Buff, +50% All Stats for 4 Turns
  • Harpy Kick – One Foe, Physical, Stun (80%), Learnable

Strategy

All of the Cirque du Croix are weak to Holy and Fire, so make sure to use these elements. As they are a 3 boss team, it is important to make use of their individual weakness in order to survive. These two fights will test you for your team’s ability to adapt to anything (or if you can spam strong Holy/Fire AoE attacks to murder them).

What do you get if you combined Fernandez and Titania? Why, an enemy that almost always moves before you, is nearly impossible to hit with Physical/Magical spells, and hits like a lorry. Don’t let the simple description fool you, Deadly Princess Fan’s first hit will often kill the person, the second is just overkill. Meteor Spear is even worse. Its formula for calculating damage is the best in the game for spear type skills, being around 520% Agi + Atk. Aka, a one hit kill. And, if she wasn’t hitting you hard enough, she can use Hero’s Dance to boost ALL of her stats for a short time as well as Sky Dance to make her allies much harder to hit. Her weakness? Why, its Bind and Stun, the weakness of Harpies in general. Once she’s tied down, she can’t do much else. Good luck Binding/Stunning her though…

Evaluation

"An orchestra of the dead... What a disgusting group. You may have enjoyed the gangbang , but theyre a threat to normal people. They all use powerfult techniques. Its a huge group battle, so it will be a difficult all around. Since they're all zombies they are weak to fire and holy. Abnormal status effect defense is all over the place, so you can't depend on them too much. Now go, oh brave Luka. Be sure to dismantle that orchestra with your own hands."

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