Binding of Isaac: Rebirth Wiki is a Fandom Gaming Community. Contacts Combined with enemy summons in between, the attack… Hush will teleport at a distance in front of the player, either in the last direction he was moving or directly onto the player if he didn't move at all. After Hush's first form is defeated, it reveals its large true form at the top of the room, taking the form of its splash screen portrait. Hush creates three large Red projectiles that move outward and split rapidly into numerous smaller projectiles. Hiding in a corner may assist the player in dodging some of Hush's bullet hell attacks by allowing time for the associated projectiles to spread out. Hush will not teleport if he is slowed (e.g. TearsBrimstone Health He has various forms of attacks, and his first form is almost identical to ???. Uses the two curved line shots from the first sub-phase. No Any time I had the potential for getting to the Boss Rush, I got crushed right after. After his first defeat, he transforms into his true form; appearing as a giant blue blob with a ghost-like face and almost lacking eyes. Is there a fool-proof way, or is it a matter of very tight dodging? Another time I got quad-shot, and some other good items, then I ran into The Bloat... Another time I got triple shot, and brimstone. 's health (as well as a 2×2 room). After taking enough damage, these lines will curve. Enemy ID Hush is one of two bosses that have damage resistance, the other being, Hush is one of only two bosses in the game with a, There is an unused file in the game named "boss_hush_skinless" which appears to be an unfinished spritesheet for the unreleased third form of Hush. 's eyes. Combined with some enemy summons in between, the attacks can be particularly hard to evade. Chapter 5 Piercing tears (or any tear-replacing item that grants a piercing attack) are also useful for killing the enemies Hush spawns, preventing Isaac from becoming overwhelmed and allowing him to dodge its other attacks more easily. He is covered with multiple scars and scratches, and tentacle-like veins from below. Hush will move to the center of the room before resuming its attacks. Defeating Hush for the first time will spawn a Final Boss Chest. Every time Isaac deals roughly 20% of its health, it will sink into the ground, becoming stationary, non-attacking, and invulnerable. In this phase his health is incredibly high, and Hush starts shooting yellow-colored or blue-colored tears in big groups, spawns a larger number of attack flies, or makes purple, black, and silver tears rain from one side of the room, spawns blue Boils, open and spawns numerous blue Gapers. ?, and the final boss of Ending 17. During all three parts of Hush's first phase, he will always shoot multiple bullets in the player's direction at different intervals. These patterns include: Rings of tears that alternate between rotating clockwise and counterclockwise as they move outwards. Now he throws groups of tears in a radial pattern and spawn Attack Flies. 2-4 repeating volleys of 4 shots, with equal spacing between each volley (the angle these volleys are shot out at rotates as the attack continues). Isaac??? Beta design of Hush's second phase. Hush’s bullet barrage can now also include a very wide spread of shots that closes in on where Isaac was standing when fired. The character can fight him if they defeat Mom´s Heart / It Lives in less than 30 minutes. Some minor tips: Getting hit by Mom’s Foot is considered damage via an explosion. All rights reserved. 3-5 spirals of shots, with even spacing between each spiral (shots from these spirals initially lose momentum, but after a few seconds they go back to their normal speed and rotate counterclockwise as they move out). Hush's appearance in the third and final part of Phase 1. Hush has different attacks from his two forms; Hush starts lying on the floor, shooting retaliate tears when the character hit him, sometimes these tears can be homing tears or double tears (like 20/20). In its first form (the replica of the ??? Yeah that attack at first seems impossible to dodge but there's actually a lot of blind spots where you can just stand still and wait cus the tears won't hit you because of the way they move. Hush's appearance in the second part of Phase 1. Hush isn't as hard to fight as he is tanky, but the attack he uses sending blinking purple and black bullets everywhere...how do you deal with it? When he reaches to 15%-20% health or less Hush will start to shoot beams of water that pursue the character. After taking enough damage, these lines will curve. His mouth appears to have vein-like "stitches". One time I got B-stone and Ludovico Technique, then the next room directly after was a 2x1 room with 6-8 mullibooms. Attack Methods Each line consists of one normal bullet and one homing bullet. Only shot patterns from phase 2-1 can be used; the patterns added in phase 2-2 and 2-3 are lost. All effective items for Hush are listed as follows: Rebirth: Dark One • Dingle • Gurglings • The Haunt • Mama Gurdy • Mega Fatty • Mega Maw • Mr. Fred • Polycephalus Also, the character will unlock new items depending on the character they use to defeat him. Hush (ハッシュ, Hasshu) is the final boss from the Blue Womb chapter in the Afterbirth DLC. Locations Lines of shots aimed at Isaac that either gain (Yellow), lose (Blue), or maintain (Green) momentum as they travel (these lines have spaces between them every 4-5 shots). When his life meter reaches 66%, Hush stands up and shoots more tears in a radial burst, sometimes little groups of homing tears or big groups of normal ones. Hush is invulnerable in this state. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. The ground where it once was will become scorched in a shape resembling a distressed face. Hush can start other attacks before the projectiles from this attack fully dissipate. If you have Host Hat or Pyromania, you’re completely safe from the Feet. Projectile Type He still can retaliate with tears, but does it less often. If you’re daring, you can try to bait a Foot into stomping somewhere to destroy something, such as tinted rocks or other bombable obstacles. Damage When the character defeats Hush for the first time, the End Chest will appear and they will unlock Ending 17. After Hush's first form is defeated, it reveals its large true form at the top of the room, taking the form of its splash screen portrait. Morituros in Latin is the accusative masculine plural for 'about to die', which roughly translates to "those who will die". I have yet to make it past this wave because it always gets me, despite my dodging efforts, and even when standing still to let them pass. No Regardless of Isaac's item combination, taking occasional breaks between firing at Hush is effective, as, during this period, Hush's damage resistance will decrease since he isn't taking any damage. fight, having the same attacks and behavior but a noticeably different appearance and half of ??? If the character does beat Mom's Heart / It Lives in under 30 minutes, the entrance to the Blue Womb will open, giving them the optional choice of fighting him. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Related Monster(s) Creep Type Using the 'I'm Drowsy' pill will have the same effect as Stop Watch. Just like the title says. Hush fires two laser beams upward from its eyes, which will create beams on the ground that move toward Isaac and leave slippery. fight), "Ascension" plays while in its second form, the name of the boss theme is "Morituros". Moving into the chest will unlock, If you kill Hush for the first time and unlock. The character can fight him if they defeat Mom´s Heart / It Lives in less than 30 minutes. It resembles a red, fleshy version of the head of, Tyrone has confirmed that Hush's "skinless phase" was originally, Hush has the second-highest health of any boss in the game, with a total of 7666 health; only, Hush shares his name with a level from Edmund's previous game. Yes https://bindingofisaac.fandom.com/wiki/Hush?oldid=131618, From the game's files, there is a file called "boss_hush_skinless" which appears to be an unfinished sprite sheet for Hush's third form. Once most of the projectiles onscreen have dissipated, it will pop back up, using more varied attacks than before. There are no real tips, anyone could give you at this point. After that, a beam of light and a trapdoor will appear, so they can continue their run in the Sheol or the Cathedral. Hush will not begin attacking the player until he takes damage. find a corner, unless you're huge they won't hit you, These are all very helpful, thank you. (First phase), Hush as one of Delirium's forms. Damage scaling is an unclear mechanic introduced by Nicalis in The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth to provide a more challenging experience to the players, enabling some enemies to retaliate against high damage attacks by deploying an "armor" of a sort to greatly reduce the amount of damage taken. This skinless version of Hush highly resembles between. with a. Is there a fool-proof way, or is it a matter of very tight dodging? Shoots eight lines of two bullets in all directions that expand outwards. Its health pool is very large, and its basic attacks consist of barrages of shots following various patterns akin to those in the "bullet hell" genre of shoot 'em ups. https://bindingofisaacrebirth.gamepedia.com/File:Hush_Beta_Sprite.mp4, intended to be his second form, having concept art ideas based on it, https://bindingofisaacrebirth.gamepedia.com/Hush?oldid=215478, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls. Hush is the boss of ?? (Afterbirth †: Big Horn • Rag Mega), Rebirth: The Adversary • The Cage • The Gate as bosses. (Afterbirth: The Forsaken • The Frail • The Stain), Rebirth: The Lamb • Mega Satan(Afterbirth: Hush • Ultra Greed)(Afterbirth †: Delirium). Hush (ハッシュ, Hasshu) is the final boss from the Blue Womb chapter in the Afterbirth DLC. The only way to do it, is to do it. After taking enough damage, He will begin to shoot double and triple bullets and homing bullets. Stopwatch makes this fight much easier (just like any other fight in the game). The same pattern can be used multiple times in each barrage, and shot patterns become less dense if multiple patterns are used in the same barrage. Any items that can fend off projectiles will be highly useful for the fight. When his life meter reaches 33%, Hush will fly and sprout angel wings, and starts moving around the room. I found a quite reliable way to avoid the Hush's purple-black attack: Don't bother with your damage output, his HP scales with his damage. Hush's bullet barrage can include two new patterns: A very dense ring of shots, with a gap Isaac can go through aimed somewhere in his general direction. Yes Hush sinks into the ground while firing its barrages, moving in a random direction or chasing Isaac as it fires, and spawning Blue Boils as it moves. 102.2 (1st Form)407.0 (2nd Form) well they always come from the opposite side he's shooting them too but I don't think theres a fool proof way other than getting the soul or something.