Loop Hero Frog King - How to Summon Boss

Frog King is a secret, Easter egg boss that you can summon and defeat if you want to. This Loop Hero boss is a silly fight that doesn’t benefit you much, aside from bragging rights. Either way, the fact remains that people are wondering where to find the Frog King boss, and how to make him spawn. We’ll show you what you need to do in our Loop Hero Frog King – How to Summon Boss guide.

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Loop Hero Frog King – How to Summon Boss

How to Summon Frog King Boss in Loop Hero

To summon the Loop Hero Frog King boss, all you have to do is cover every single road tile in your loop with a Swamp tile. That’s all there is to it. Just turn the entirety of the “map” into a giant bog, and the Frog King will appear at one of the tiles at random. Yes, it’s really that simple to get the secret Loop Hero boss to appear. There’s no fanfare; you’ll just see a little frog enemy on one of the tiles. Loop around back to it, and the battle will start after a brief chat. Now, there’s kind of a downside to the whole thing, so let’s get into it.

Since the testicle-chinned monarch is easy to summon, that also means that the rewards are nothing to write home about. By that, I mean that the Frog King doesn’t drop any Orbs of Immortality, nor anything else of note. It’s just a wacky boss battle that you can do just for the sake of doing it. It is a fun battle, by the way – the King has only 2 HP, but you can only do 1 HP damage per hit. To top it off, his dodge is nearly 100%, so hitting the boss is incredibly difficult. Good luck, you’ll need it!

That’s how you summon the Loop Hero Frog King boss. If you need help with something else, check out our other Loop Hero guides. Among other stuff, we’ve written Supply – Best Camp Items, Maze of Memories Card, and others. We think you’ll find them useful.

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