Chillin' Hillkat

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Organic Chillin' Hillkat
Chilln-hillkat-sprite.png
Location Location Autumn's Fall
Level 34
Type Organic
Sub Type Headbanging Mammal
Stats
Max HP HP-Icon.png 1700 / 11806
Attack Atk-Icon.png 137 / 348
Defense Def-Icon.png 124 / 315
Focus Foc-Icon.png 144 / 366
Resistance Heat -50%
Cold 50%
Rewards
EXP EXP 33
Credits Unknown
Drops
None
Enemies of Autumn's Fall
Radical-hedgehag-sprite.png Radical HedgehagChilln-hillkat-sprite.png Chillin' HillkatIvory-buffalo-sprite.png Ivory BovineFallfly-sprite.png FallflyBaby-pillar-sprite.png Baby PillarBlazehoof-sprite.png BlazehoofHologram-frobbit-sprite.png Hologram FrobbitBig-pillar-sprite.png Big Pillar

The Chillin' Hillkat is an organic enemy in CrossWorlds. It is found in Autumn's Fall.

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Chillin' Hillkat
This meerkat shows the same characteristics as normal ones. However it has gained the ability to surround stones in a thick layer of ice and throw them at aggressors. Those hurt like hell, so you better watch out.
ts name is quite misleading, as the music its listening to has been found to be heavy metal.
-Monster Fibula report

Appearance[edit | edit source]

The Chillin' Hillkat is a small, brown-furred creature looking out from a hole in the ground. It wears cyan headphones, to distinguish it from its weaker counterparts. It will stay in one place, headbanging to music, until engaged in combat.

Combat[edit | edit source]

The Chillin' Hillkat is a very quick in combat, and dives under the ground to pop up in a new location when approached or aggressed. Its basic attack is to throw a small projectile, which appear to be fireballs and deal Heat-elemental damage, at the player. It will occasionally charge for a more powerful attack, shown by it turning red. In this attack, it dashes at the player underground and jumps up at them from beneath, hitting them for high damage.

It is possible to stun a Hillkat by hitting it with a charged Ball while it is charging its special attack. Due to their speed and evasiveness, it is nearly impossible to hit one with multiple consecutive Balls or with any melee, unless it is charging or stunned. They are completely immune to knockback, and are often able to escape stunlock situations.

Strategies[edit | edit source]

As it is difficult to damage Hillkats during typical gameplay, it will often be beneficial to wait until they charge their attack, stun them, then attack with melee or Combat Arts while they are stunned. When hit, even with a normal Ball, they dive underground, making it possible to greatly reduce the ranged attacks they can deal. Fighting large groups of Hillkats is difficult, as a charged Ball is needed to stun, and the other Hillkat's ranged attacks can disrupt your charging. In these circumstances, hitting the Hillkats with Combat Arts when they charge their attack and then dashing away from the resulting attack may be the best way to whittle down their numbers. It can also be noted that Chillin' Hillkats are weak to the Cold element, allowing higher damage to be dealt to them at the risk of being weak to their normal attack.

When fighting Hillkats and Hedgehags together, it is recommended to kill the Hedgehags first, as they attack you directly, leaving them much more open to quick destruction than the evasive Hillkats. Hillkats and Bovines can be a deadly combination, due to their respective time-consuming defeat strategies. If you aren't at a sufficient level to deal with either of them quickly, it may be necessary to lose the Bovines, which are slower and have no ranged abilities, by fleeing or jumping to an island. The two can then be dealt with much easier individually. If this is impossible, lead the Bovine to stun itself, and aggress the Hillkat during the following respite period.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Autumn's Fall
Village Remains: x2
Pillar Isle: x3
Ancient Center: x4
Northern Exit: x5
Ruined Path: x3
Eastern Exit: x8