Explorers, Today we have our second ever Epic Immune Strike Event and it features a single level 30 Indominus Rex! This is among the hardest Strike Event that you will ever face, but it’s all worth it as the reward is a regular Epic Incubator! Be aware, some players might not be able to complete it, but worry not, we have some advice in order to help you be successful!

Enemy

Indominus Rex

A single level 30 Indominus Rex! Many of you have already faced level 21 of this creature in the other Epic Immune Strike Event, but a level 30 is incredibly powerful and tricky to defeat!

Be aware, it is very likely that to succeed, you will need to sacrifice one or even two Dinosaurs, allowing the third one to give the final blow!

 

Strategy

Indominus weaknesses are quite obvious:

  • low speed;
  • lack of shield breaking;
  • lack of armor/shields.

Stats and Moveset Calculation:

HP: 5105

Damage: 1544

Speed: 107

Crit Chance: 20%

Impact Damage: 2316

Rampage Damage: 3088

The ideal Dinosaurs you should bring on your team for this battle should have one/two/all of the followings:

  • higher speed than Indominus Rex (to make sure that you can use your shield or nullifying moves before Indominus can attack);
  • a shield or Long Invincibility (to counter Indominus’s Armor Piercing Rampage);
  • nullifying moves (to nullify Indominus’s Cloak). For complete lists of Dinosaurs with Nullifying moves, check out this list and this one.

There are various Dinosaurs that will be able to help you through this, but we certainly have five suggestions for you. Of course, not everyone has those Dinosaurs available, but it’ll give you an idea of the Dinosaurs to bring with you.

  • Megalosuchus (Faster, has a shield, and can deal a great amount of damage)
  • Monostegotops (Faster and can nullify with a rather high chance of dealing a critical hit. It however has no shield, so might die quickly unless it lands a critical hit)
  • Tanycolagreus (Faster, decent damage, nullifying move available, but very low HP)
  • Monolophosaurus (Faster, good damage, nullifying move available, but very low HP)
  • Blue (Faster, strong damage, shield available, but otherwise low HP)
  • Alanqa/Arambourgiania/Alankylosaurus (Swap in Invincibility against the cloaked Rampage, or just Rampage)
  • StygimolochDracorex Gen 2 Combo (Shielding Strike to survive, then Impact and run for massive Damage)
  • Raptors (Just for the high Turn 1 Damage)
  • Miragaia (Needs to be level 10 to survive a hit, but deals massive amounts of Turn 1 Damage)

Another possible strategy is to go all in with your own Indominus Rex!

In short, bring Dinosaurs with Nullifying moves, shields, speed, and decent damage output, and you should be able to make it through the challenge!

Reward

Potential DNA in Incubators

Anything! This is a regular Epic Incubator, which is incredibly exciting!

Parting Words

This is quite a difficult event! Tell us down in the comments if this helped you at all. If you’re still having trouble, join our Discord here and our team will help you as much as they can! Make sure to follow us on twitter and facebook for latest updates on Jurassic World Alive.

19 COMMENTS

  1. I found a pretty easy pattern to beat it with. Started with Rajakylosaurus lvl 19, used long protection and then instant invincibility to soak up Indo’s biggest damage dealing moves and deliver some counterattacks. Got the long crit off just before Raja got ko’d. Then swapped into lvl 19 Suchotator with Nullifying Impact and superiority strike to whittle it down and prevent the cloak. Seems the Indo won’t cloak if it’s opponent has a nullifying move available. After that I just sent in Monostegotops lvl 18 and cleaned it up with one last nullifying impact. Easiest victory pattern seems to be sending in a tank with counterattack that has invincibility to soak up Indo’s early damage and take out about half of its health, then sent in heavy-hitting dinos with nullifying strikes to finish it off. Hope this helps!

  2. I love these “boss” fights. Honestly it’s most enjoyable things for me in the game right now.
    Even if most of them are rather easy even without your own team over level 20 (which I don’t have).
    Since this guide mentioned only few specific counters and tries to tell us that we need to nullify I.Rex with each dino there are some other very good options.

    You not only need to get rid of his cloak (which will probably happen once in the fight anyway) but you need to do enough damage.
    A good starter is Gorgosuchus, as long as you have more than 2189hp
    This will allow you to start with a nuke on your own. And unless the I. Rex crit (which he is definitely capable of doing) you will get two attacks off at least.
    And the bonus is if he uses cloak in a second round you can switch to a Alanqa or Alankylosaurus (if you already have it) and tank the hit for free. Continue with Long Invicibility to soak even more hits and whitle it down a bit.

    Your own Indo is really welcome here, but it’s a bit of a gamble as he is going to use two attack for your cloak (unless you time it with his own)
    From the nullifying dinos I would go with Monostegotops as he can actually survive a hit.
    Tragodistis is also worth mentioning if you need to take care of the last of I. Rex HP without risking a lucky crit, but be aware that Tragodistis damage is quite low.

    • I agree with you over the “Boss fights” being enjoyable. The weather here has turned wet and cold, and the grind isnt very easy or enjoyable right now. When these events spawn, I can usually see one of them, and I can usually find 20 minutes in the 24 spawn time to do them. The epic incubator is worth braving the cold for the DNA

      • Exactly!
        The Epic fight chains (strike events) promise at least good reward and can be sometimes a little challenging:
        But the Rare are just tedious. Overly long with nothing to do than to dully watch the animations and smash the ‘button’ when you can, wishing for it already to be over.
        Don’t get me wrong. I’m glad they’re in the game, but these overly long rare fight chains got just enough of a reward to be enough, to make me do it, but not enough to do it gladly.
        The same can be said for the common (white) but these are not long, both by the number of encounter and by the fact that you pretty much one shot anything.

        But the ‘boss’? Yeah, that takes some strategy for most people and is a funny challenge 🙂

        • I would argue for the rare ones. For players that are more casual or lower level, they offer similar incentives with a reasonable chance of success. So unless you are like my RNG goddess of a daughter who can beat the lvl 30 Indoraptor with a lvl 10 Ornithimimus, the rare and common strike events are useful.
          EDIT: I’d like to see an epic strike event with over levelled rares or commons. I feel like facing lvl 30 Ornithimimus would be amusing

          • Yes. If the epic chain is too high leveled it can be a true pain or not feasible at all.
            But nicely done by your daughter 😀 Evasive Strike can win anything! You just need to sacrifice a goat or something to get that kind of luck 🙂

  3. If you have Alanqa+Alankylosaurus, you can always switch between the two (each having 3 turns of invincibility, including the swaping turn). That way Indominus can never get a hit on you. It will be a long battle, since you can only attack once in the 3 turns of invincibility, but it’s a guaranteed win.

    Arambourgiania works too in this strategy, but she only has swap-in invincibility + 50% shield in the turn later. However, the shield move deals damage and she can use Impact and Run for 1.5 damage in the swap turn. The trade-off of more damage for taking damage at all.

    I’ll start with Tanycolagreus and a raptor until they die and then begin the actual strategy with Alanqa+Alankylosaurs, just to get the fight done a little quicker.

  4. Twice Indominus move countdown went to 0 seconds. The first time her move went normally. The second time the event stopped and I lost the battle. Indominus had less than half her health left when my Alanqa and Alankylo were 100%.
    I hope support will help me better than previous game errors