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God Of War Valkyrie Queen



How To Beat God of War’s Terrifying Endgame Boss, The Valkyrie Queen

God Of War Valkyrie QueenGod Of War Valkyrie Queen : In what will be the last of my God of War endgame guides, because I hate the Muspelheim fire realm challenges, I’m going to try to make a pretty exhaustive guide on how to beat the ultimate endgame boss, the Valkyrie Queen, which caused me to age roughly 15 years over the course of the fight after frequent losses.

Spoilers follow, I suppose, though not any having to do with story (other than one weapon you get), just mechanics related to the Valkyries and this Queen boss fight.

I’m sure people will tell me that saying the boss exists at all is some kind of spoiler, but I’m trying, man.

So, what goes into this fight? There’s preparation, and then the actual fight mechanics itself. We’ll start with the former.

For reference, all of this advice is based on my run in normal difficulty, though I don’t think her mechanics will change in other difficulties, just her damage.


To unlock the Valkyrie Queen, you have to beat all other eight Valkyries across the realms, including the one in the Niflheim mist maze, and the one at the end of the first set of Muspelheim combat challenges, and put their helmets in the throne circle to the north of the map.

What these fights will also do is teach you how to fight the Queen, because she effectively has the moves of the other eight Valkyries combined.

I would highly recommend finding all nine apples to extend your health bar before you take on this challenge.

It can be the difference between life and death in this fight. I started the fight missing the final apple, but I beat it once I went out and got it to max my health.

I did this fight wearing Ivaldi’s armor that you get from the Mists of Niflheim.

Yes, I did have the full Valkyrie set at this point, but that set does not have many points in Runic at all, while you can craft and upgrade an Ivaldi’s set largely focused on Runic, and I think Runic is OP in this game.

Runic is the key to how I won this fight, and I nearly had it maxed to do so. I had a variety of gems socketed in the armor, mostly ones that bumped all stats and others that increased burn and frost damage. I would get the extended roll distance and speed one too.

My axe pommel was the one that creates a healing mist on hit sometimes, but that doesn’t trigger often so there’s probably a better pick for that.

My blades grip was the one that has a chance to activate Blessing of the Valkyrie on hit.

My talisman is the one you get from one of the Valkyries that slows time, and I highly recommend upgrading it as much as you can to extend the slow. This is key for chaining Runic specials together.

My combat runes were:

Light Axe Attack (Hel’s Touch) – Yes, this is literally the move you start with, and it’s great.

It works as an interrupt and does decent damage. It’s great to lead off chained Runic combos.

Its cooldown is way lower than these others, but I wouldn’t use it by itself.

Heavy Axe Attack (Ivaldi’s Anvil) – The first heavy move I got is also still good.

Be sure to rip the axe out of the ground by pressing R2 again for bonus damage.

Light Blades Attack (Nemean Crush) – Both the light and heavy are pretty similar, giant slams that will burn her and do big damage.

Heavy Blades Attack (Hyperion Slam) – This one when fully upgraded creates a lava pool that will burn her for extra damage, but sometimes she has to be nudged into it a bit.

I usually close the combo with this move, and these last three moves should all have the same cooldown time.

Atreus Bow (Wrath of the Wolf) – Of all the runic summons, I always thought the wolves were the best.

They don’t do a ton of damage to the Queen, but they will lock her down and help you chain your other runic attacks if your stop time talisman isn’t up.

All of these are rank 3.

Finally, make sure you have purchased a resurrection stone to use in this fight, particularly the one that refills your rage meter when you revive, so you’re able to get health back from that.

You do not lose it if you die and restart, so you only need one.

Fight Mechanics

Get ready to roll a lot.

I’m going to go through every attack I can remember that the Valkyrie Queen does, and tell you how to defend against them, and when to counterattack.

She’s a hard boss because even though she has a set array of moves, she uses them in a very, very random order, and she can be incredibly hard to predict.

You have to react to each attack within the moment. And sometimes you will guess wrong and get wrecked.

Unblockable Lunge – This move is where she lunges forward quickly with a sharp wing, which you can’t block.

You have to roll to the right to avoid it, as rolling left or back will get you hit.

If she misses, this is a great chance to hack at her with a weapon for a combo.

Shield Feathers – Often times when you start hacking at her, she will clam up her wings and take no damage.

You have to double tap L1 to block break, and do it quickly or else she’ll burst her wings open and hurt you.

But once you break the block you can do a full combo.

Poison Sweep – She’ll throw a line of poison at you, it’s easy to dodge.

Fire Line – She’ll rain down fire in a line which is easy to dodge, but it will stay on the ground for a while so be sure not to run back through it.

This can trap you against the wall sometimes which is annoying.

Ice Shards – This is one you have to block, not dodge. She will shoot a series of ice shards at you, but then at the very end, she will shoot one unblockable giant ice projectile at you that you will have to dodge. You’ll learn the timing.

Ring Firing – She’ll shoot some seeking rings at you that you also have to block, not dodge.

Often times at the end of this move she will shoot an unblockable super ring at you, which you have to dodge.

But unlike the ice move, she can also randomly shoot this unblockable ring without doing the first set of rings, so be careful.

Wing Spin – There are two versions of this. One she’ll spin in place and throw feathers out at you, this is pretty easy to dodge.

Other times she’ll dance forward with her wings like a demented ballerina and I found this move caught me a lot.

I think it’s better to block it rather than try and dodge it, as her range on this move is lengthy.

Scythe Hack – She’ll dive at you with her scythe, and you can roll out of this, but there are two swings, and the second one can often catch you mid-roll.

This is one move you can actually parry, so you can get a counterattack her if you manage to do that. But it’s risky.

AOE Dive – This is similar to the Scythe dive, but she’ll start creating a mini AOE ring on the ground that will fry you after a short amount of time. Roll away, no blocking here.

Blind Blast – She will loop up into the air for a blinding aerial blast you can’t block, and the only way to stop it is…to have Atreus shoot her with an arrow to send her crashing back down. He’s useful like that.

Dive Bomb Grab – But sometimes she will leap up into the sky and immediately wreck your world.

This is by far the most annoying move she does, because you have to react insanely fast to roll out of the way of her pouncing on you.

If you don’t, you will get your head slammed down by her until you mash O to get out of it, but it’s going to cost you most of your health bar.

Sometimes she will do this grab attempt three times, so keep rolling until you’re sure she’s done.

When she is done, she will be slow and this is a good moment to counterattack with a combo.

Race Forward Grab – This is similar to the last one, but easy to avoid. She will scream and fly directly at you, and you have sidestep and dodge.

Sometimes she does this 1 or 2 times, but it’s usually 3, so keep rolling until she’s done, and again, this is a good moment to counterattack.

If she gets you, this is an extremely high damage move as well, so be careful. Most of my deaths were from these last two moves.

There might be more, but that’s all I can remember. As you can see she has a crazy arsenal of moves, which is what makes her so tough.

Well, also the fact that she can kill you in just a few hits.
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So What Should You Be Doing?

There are probably a few ways to fight this, but here’s what I did.

It mostly involved comboing all four of my Runic moves together. I start the fight by chaining all four axe and blade moves together, having Atreus shoot his special wolf arrow in between the two.

This will lock her down for the duration, and she will take a lot of damage with high Runic.

Then it’s mostly dodging and waiting for cooldowns to come back and doing it again, at least with the four core moves (Atreus’s arrow wolves take longer to return).

At 40 seconds on most of my moves, it’s not a long time to wait, but it can feel like an eternity.

Counterattack during the moves I said above, but don’t get greedy.

One combo is enough before she will recover and start murdering you.

Your talisman will have a longer cooldown than your runic moves, but it’s the safest way to chain them all together, once time is stopped.

You can chain them without the talisman, but it’s a lot riskier, so be careful.

Atreus’s wolves are a good way to lock her down if the talisman isn’t up.

Out of habit I was usually spamming Atreus arrows but they do almost no damage.

Still, any time she starts flying you’ll want Atreus to knock her down.

This doesn’t always work for all her moves, but some of her highest damage unblockables can be interrupted this way as I listed above.

Defensively, outside of blocking and dodging the individual moves like I said above, I would recommend making sure to grab the health stones she will periodically drop.

I’d also say once you get to half life, activate rage and punch her to get some of it back.

Your ultimate back-up plan should be your resurrection stone that will give you a tiny amount of health, but also full rage, so you can activate it immediately to get back to half health or so.

This stone will not disappear if you die, so you only have to buy one.

Remember when you’re in rage mode, getting hit will burn through rage, not health, but once you run out she might be mid-combo and instantly kill you.

Play it safe. I also used rage time to run around collecting health stones sometimes.

Above all else, be patient. I cannot tell you the number of times I got her to 10% health or less and then decided to try and fight through one of her combos for the last few bars of damage, only to find myself murdered and ready to throw the controller through the screen.


Honestly, I can’t remember everything she dropped in the end, a lot upgrade materials to max your Valkyrie gear, and I recall at least one axe pommel that makes your light throw do way more damage and have a chance to explode.

But for me, the prize was the victory itself, after so many frustrating deaths.

Hopefully this guide will help you have an easier time beating her than I did.

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Hawkmoon God Roll: How to Get the Best Hand Cannon in Destiny 2



Hawkmoon is an exotic hand cannon that was introduced in Destiny 2: Beyond Light. It has a unique perk called Paracausal Shot, which allows each shot to create a temporary buff zone around the target that increases damage taken. The last shot in the magazine deals extra damage based on the number of precision hits landed with the weapon.

Hawkmoon is a versatile and powerful weapon that can be used in both PvE and PvP modes. However, not all Hawkmoons are created equal. Depending on the random roll you get, your Hawkmoon can have different perks that enhance its performance in different ways.

In this article, we will show you how to get Hawkmoon, what are the best rolls for PvE and PvP, and how to find its catalyst.

How to Get Hawkmoon in Destiny 2

Hawkmoon God Roll

To get Hawkmoon, you need to purchase a random roll from Xûr, who is only available on weekends. He sells different rolls each week, so you might need to wait for a while to get the one you want.

Xûr can be found either on Nessus, the Tower, or the EDZ. You can check his current location and inventory here.

To buy Hawkmoon from Xûr, you need:

  • 1 Exotic Cipher
  • 1 Ascendant Shard
  • 200 Legendary Shards
  • 125,000 Glimmer

Alternatively, you can also get Hawkmoon from exotic engrams or from the exotic kiosk in the Tower. However, these methods are less reliable and more expensive than buying from Xûr.

Hawkmoon God Rolls for PvE and PvP

Hawkmoon God Rolls for PvE and PvP

Hawkmoon can have different perks in its barrel, magazine, and trait slots. The best perks depend on your playstyle and preference, but here are some general guidelines for choosing a good roll:

  • For PvE, you want perks that increase your damage output, reload speed, and magazine size. Some examples are Outlaw, Rapid Hit, Extended Mag, and Rampage.
  • For PvP, you want perks that increase your range, stability, and consistency. Some examples are Rangefinder, Opening Shot, Accurized Rounds, and Kill Clip.

Here are some possible god rolls for Hawkmoon for PvE and PvP:

Mode Barrel Magazine Trait
PvE Corkscrew Rifling Extended Mag Rampage
PvP Hammer-Forged Rifling Accurized Rounds Rangefinder

Of course, these are not the only good rolls for Hawkmoon. You can experiment with different combinations and see what works best for you.

How to Find Hawkmoon Catalyst

How to Find Hawkmoon Catalyst

Hawkmoon catalyst is an item that improves the weapon’s performance by adding a new perk called Transformative. This perk allows you to change the weapon’s random roll by using an exotic cipher.

To find Hawkmoon catalyst, you need to complete a quest called As The Crow Flies. This quest requires you to find six feathers hidden in various locations across the solar system. You can check this guide for more details on how to complete the quest.

Once you have the catalyst, you need to kill enemies with Hawkmoon to unlock its full potential. You need 700 kills to complete the catalyst.

FAQ: The Ultimate Guide to Your Questions

Q: What is Hawkmoon?

A: Hawkmoon is an exotic hand cannon that has a unique perk called Paracausal Shot.

Q: How do I get Hawkmoon?

A: You can buy a random roll of Hawkmoon from Xûr on weekends or get it from exotic engrams or the exotic kiosk.

Q: What are the best perks for Hawkmoon?

A: The best perks depend on your mode and preference, but some examples are Outlaw, Rapid Hit, Extended Mag, Rampage for PvE and Rangefinder, Opening Shot, Accurized Rounds, Kill Clip for PvP.

Q: How do I find Hawkmoon catalyst?

A: You need to complete a quest called As The Crow Flies and then kill enemies with Hawkmoon.

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MissQGemini: The Twitch Streamer Who Blamed ‘Clara’ for Cheating



MissQGemini, also known as Haley Germaine, was a Twitch streamer who became infamous for cheating in a competitive match of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) live on stream. She tried to cover up her cheating by blaming it on a mysterious friend named ‘Clara’, who supposedly downloaded the cheating software on her computer. This incident sparked a lot of backlash and memes in the gaming community, and eventually led to her quitting streaming altogether.

What happened on the stream?


On June 12, 2017, MissQGemini was streaming a CS:GO match on Inferno. Just before the first round began, she opened up her hacking software, and enabled a pre-made cheating profile, turning on wallhacks. This allowed her to see the enemy players through walls and gain an unfair advantage.

She continued to play without realizing that her stream viewers could clearly see the cheats on her screen. When the chat pointed it out, she suddenly panicked and tried to act innocent. She first claimed that it was a glitch that showed everyone’s ranks, then said that her friend Rock had it before. She then blamed another friend named ‘Clara’, who she said had been playing on her PC and downloaded the cheats. She pretended to confront ‘Clara’ on the phone and asked her to delete the cheats. She then ended the stream abruptly.

How did the gaming community react?

How did the gaming community react?

The gaming community was quick to mock and criticize MissQGemini for her blatant cheating and lying. Her stream clip went viral on Reddit, YouTube, Twitter and other platforms. Many people made jokes and memes about ‘Clara’, who became a scapegoat for any cheating accusation in online games. Some people also called out MissQGemini for using her gender as an excuse for cheating, as she had ranted about how people accused her of cheating because she was a woman.

MissQGemini received a lot of hate messages and harassment online. She also faced legal consequences, as her CS:GO account was VAC banned for cheating. VAC stands for Valve Anti-Cheat, which is a system that detects and bans players who use cheats on Valve-controlled servers.

Where is MissQGemini now?

Where is MissQGemini now?

MissQGemini has effectively disappeared from the internet since the scandal. She deactivated her Twitch account voluntarily, and made her personal Twitter account private. She also changed her name to ‘TheDjinnn’ on Twitch, but she has not streamed since then.

She does still have a YouTube channel, named ‘Thawty’, although she has posted only a few videos, playing Rainbow Six Siege, and has less than 100 subscribers at the time of writing.

FAQ: The Ultimate Guide to Your Questions

Q: Who is MissQGemini?

A: MissQGemini, also known as Haley Germaine, was a Twitch streamer who became infamous for cheating in a competitive match of CS:GO live on stream.

Q: What did MissQGemini do?

A: MissQGemini used wallhacks to see the enemy players through walls and gain an unfair advantage in CS:GO. She tried to cover up her cheating by blaming it on a mysterious friend named ‘Clara’, who supposedly downloaded the cheating software on her computer.

Q: What happened to MissQGemini?

A: MissQGemini received a lot of backlash and memes from the gaming community for her cheating and lying. She also got VAC banned from CS:GO for cheating. She deactivated her Twitch account voluntarily and quit streaming altogether.

Q: Who is Clara?

A: Clara is a fictional friend that MissQGemini blamed for downloading the cheating software on her computer. Clara became a meme in the gaming community as a scapegoat for any cheating accusation in online games.

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Randy’s Throwing Knife Medals



Here’s Why Your ‘Destiny 2’ Randy’s Throwing Knife Quest Is Taking So Long

Randy’s Throwing Knife Medals : In Season of the Undying that launched with Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Bungie made a big change.

randy's throwing knife medalsThey were killing pinnacle weapons and replacing them with “ritual weapons,” which were not guns with new perks, but instead, curated rolls and perhaps unique archetypes, at best.

This was to avoid problems we’ve seen with past pinnacle weapons like NF/Luna’s, Recluse and Mountaintop dominating PvP or PvE activities and being a balance nightmare to this day.

So far, I am supremely underwhelmed with ritual weapons. I have both the Vanguard one, Edgewise, which is just a Machine Gun that isn’t as good as like three other types, despite its curated roll, and the Gambit one, Exit Strategy, which doesn’t seem to be outperforming my Trackless Waste or Pillager in the same slot.

And yet I heard good things about Randy’s Throwing Knife, the rapid fire scout rifle, which truly feels unique in the slot. So I’ve been going for it.

Man, it’s been a grind. got the other two a while ago, but despite doing literally nothing but using Scout Rifles in Crucible since day one, and playing Iron Banner and Comp non-stop all week, I am still not done.

I have finished my scout kills (finally), but I’m at 85% of my medals. It’s taken so long I had to Google whether something was up. And something appears to be up.

What we have here is a combination between poorly explained requirements and possibly, a few actual bugs working against us.

First, we have the Scout Rifle kills bar which must be filled to 100%.

The quest gives the qualifier “Multikills give the most efficient progress toward Scout Rifle final blows,” like it’s so easy to get multikills with scouts.

Past that, it’s very irritating that this is final blows at all, as Crucible encourages team-shooting, so you can do 90% of the damage to an enemy but miss the percentage if they’re popped by someone else.

But the worst offender of this quest is the requirement that simply says “Enemies defeated and medals” with another percentage bar.

A percentage bar that seems to go up in random intervals or not at all, no matter how many enemies I defeat or medals I’ve earned. Here’s what I’ve learned about this step:

Enemies defeated don’t matter at all, or if they do matter, it’s so minimal they alone will probably never move the bar.

Most medals do not count. I thought I would make progress on this quest faster with Iron Banner which has its own “pack” medals that appear more frequently than normal games.

I would also celebrate when I got things like “quick strike” medals and what not as I thought those were counting. They aren’t.

Rather, the only medals that seem to count are multikill medals, doubles, triples, etc.

Or medals that involve kills with the same weapon in a single life. These are the ones that actually get you progress.

As a result, I have been told that the best way to make progress here is to get Cold Fusion medals, aka two Fusion kills in one life, which will be 1% progress by itself.

Except I have seen firsthand that this medal is bugged. I have done this, even without reloading or weapon switching as many suggest, and not gotten a Cold Fusion medal when I should have. So this has not been helpful to me.

Similarly, there might be a bug where progress is just…stopped. I played about six comp games last night, won some, lost some, and made 0% progress past 84%.

I looked it up and some people seem to think that this quest just freezes progress randomly, and you can solve it by logging out and logging in and going again.

(Update: I was stuck at 84 for about eight games, then I discovered that A) I can make progress again and B) get Cold Fusion medals to actually appear by playing Rumble and Rumble only, I went up 6% in one game.)

In short, this quest is already something of a slog, but it’s even more of a slog than it initially appears to be because the requirements are in no way clearly listed, and some aspects of progression may just be flat-out bugged.

So if this is happening to you, no, you’re not alone. Alright, time to finish this last 16%…somehow.

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Pokemon Lets Go shiny : Shiny Pokemon Let’s Go List



Pokemon Let’s Go Shiny : How to Catch Shiny Pokémon Using Catch Combos in ‘Pokémon Let’s Go’

One of the most thrilling features of each Pokémon game is encountering and catching a Shiny Pokémon.

Shiny Pokémon return in Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee, and there’s a completely new approach to hunt for them that’s easier but possibly more time-consuming.

As you travel around Kanto, you’ll come across NPCs that explain a new method of collecting Pokémon known as Catch Combos.

When catching the same species of Pokémon, trainers will discover Catch Combos. Catch Combos increase your chances of encountering a Pokémon with higher IVs or a Shiny Pokémon, among other things.

We’ll concentrate on the Shiny part of Catch Combos in Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee because this is the Shiny Pokémon guide.


pokemon let's go shinyWild Pokémon emerge on the overworld in Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee, which means a Pokémon in its Shiny form will as well. This makes catching it and spotting it easier.

There are chances of encountering a Shiny Pokémon in every Pokémon game. The chance of seeing a Shiny Pokémon is 1 in 4096, although the Catch Combo system can boost those odds.

A Catch Combo occurs when a trainer successfully captures the same Pokémon species multiple times. This could entail catching numerous Weedle in a row, for example.

Taking them down will raise your Catch Combo, which will be visible in the capture screen. A few elements might make or ruin your Catch Combo.

Trying to get away from a fight with that species
That Pokémon is fleeing from you.
capturing a Pokémon of a different species

You can now flee a capture if it’s not the species you’re trying to combine. So, if you’re trying to combo Weedle and you inadvertently run into a Caterpie, you can run away and keep your combination.

The combo is not broken if you leave the route. Trainers can also use lures to help them find a Shiny Pokémon.

As your combination progresses, your chances of finding a Shiny Pokémon improve. The hard calculations are still a little hazy, but

Serebii believes the probabilities are as follows:

  • 1 in 4096 = 0-10
  • 1 in 1024 for the 11-20 combination
  • 1 in 512 = 21-30
  • In 341.3, 31 + = 1

The rates are as follows while a Lure is active:

In 2048, the combination of 0 and 10 equals one.

  • 1 in 819 = 11-20
  • 1 in 455 = 21-30
  • 1 in 315 = 31+

If you want to improve your Shiny chances even more, get the Shiny Charm after catching every Pokémon in the PokéDex and then go to Celadon City to speak with the Game Freak folks.

The Shiny Charm greatly improves your chances of finding a Shiny Pokémon. These are the new Shiny Odds when holding the Shiny Charm, if the numbers above are correct:

  • 1 in 1365 for a 0-10 combination.
  • 1 in 682 = 11-20
  • 1 in 410 = 21-30
  • 1 in 293 = 31+

The rates for the Lure and Shiny Charm are as follows:

  • 1 in 1024 (combination of 0 and 10)
  • 1 in 585 = 11-20
  • 1 in 372 = 21-30
  • 1 in 273 = 31+

Have you found your Shiny Pokémon in Pikachu and Eevee: Let’s Go? In the comments section below, tell us who you’ll be Shiny Hunting for.

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Dr Karlov: The Infamous Verdansk Urban Legend



Dr Karlov is a fictional character that was introduced in Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare during the Haunting of Verdansk event in October 2020.

He is a mad scientist who has been conducting experiments with electricity on the prisoners of the Gulag, creating deadly weapons and devices. He is also the main antagonist of the Dr. Karlov Lives limited-time mode, where players have to hunt him down and stop his rampage.

Who is Dr Karlov?

Dr Karlov

Dr Karlov

According to the official description of the character, Dr Karlov is something of an urban legend in Verdansk. Down in the Gulag, he has been experimenting with electricity, to the point that he has created a variety of terrifying weapons.

He is obsessed with harnessing the power of electricity and using it for his own twisted purposes. He has also modified his own appearance, wearing a mask that covers his face and a suit that emits electric sparks.

What are Dr Karlov’s weapons and abilities?

Dr Karlov skills

Dr Karlov skills

Dr Karlov has access to some unique weapons and abilities that make him a formidable foe. Some of his weapons include:

– An electric throwing knife that can electrocute enemies on impact.

– An electric weapon blueprint that can shoot bolts of lightning at enemies.

– A Tesla coil device that can create an electric field around him, damaging anyone who gets too close.

Dr Karlov supernatural abilities

Enhanced speed and agility, allowing him to move faster and jump higher than normal.

Thermal vision, allowing him to see enemies through walls and smoke.

– Immunity to gas and stun effects, making him resistant to some of the common tactics used by players.

How to unlock Dr Karlov’s skin and items?

Players who want to unlock Dr Karlov’s skin and items can purchase the Tracer Pack: Dr. Karlov Operator Bundle from the in-game store for 2400 COD Points. The bundle includes:

The Dr Karlov skin for Bale, one of the operators in the game.

The Electromagnetic weapon blueprint for the AK-47 assault rifle.

– The Voltaic weapon blueprint for the MP5 submachine gun.

– The Shock Therapy weapon charm, featuring a mini Tesla coil.

– The Electric Tracer Fire effect, making your bullets leave a trail of sparks.

– The Lightning Dismemberment effect, making your enemies explode into electric fragments when killed.

FAQs: The Ultimate Guide To Your Questions

Q: Is Dr Karlov based on a real person?

A: No, Dr Karlov is a fictional character created by the developers of Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare. He is not based on any real person or historical figure.

Q: Is Dr Karlov related to Leatherface or Billy the Puppet?

A: No, Dr Karlov is not related to Leatherface or Billy the Puppet, who are also featured in the Haunting of Verdansk event. They are characters from different horror franchises, namely Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Saw. They have no connection to Dr Karlov or his story.

Q: How can I defeat Dr Karlov in the game?

A: To defeat Dr Karlov in the game, you have to play the Dr. Karlov Lives mode, which is available for a limited time during the Haunting of Verdansk event.

In this mode, you have to find and kill Dr Karlov before he kills you or your teammates. You can use any weapons or equipment you have, but be careful of his electric attacks and devices. You can also team up with other players to take him down faster.

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