NieR Replicant – Defeat Louise before she sings (ROUTE C) with voice and extra dialogues
In Route C, you can understand what the shade is saying as well as hear her voice. You can also defeat her without the help of the postman. You can finally take her down before she sings. This is also a different boss fight compared to other routes. The skin i am using is from 9S and 2B of Nier Automata. Emil's is kabuki.
Route c backstory of the seafront beach shipwreck girl shade name Louise. The reason as to why she killed the humans and why was she that big. I somehow felt that this is similar to NieR Automata's amusement park boss, Beauvoir (aka Simone). Both consumed or used someone (humans/androids) just for them to be accepted by someone. Music is from NieR Automata boss fight, Simone Beauvoir.
Louise is a character exclusive to Nier Replicant ver. 1.224744139, appearing in a new main story quest based on the short story The Little Mermaid from Grimoire Nier. Originally appearing as a little girl stranded in a wrecked ship on Seafront's coast, she is later revealed to be an extremely powerful Gestalt with incredible regenerative abilities that allow her to be exposed to sunlight without dying, and that she was the cause of the shipwreck that brought her to Seafront. While in her human disguise, she builds a friendship with Seafront's mailman. However, this friendship causes her to begin kidnapping and devouring Seafront's residents, believing that it will make her human and allow her to be with the mailman forever.
Emil, also known as No. 7, is a companion and major character in NieR and its remake, as well as a minor character in NieR:Automata. Emil is the younger twin brother of Halua. He is a young boy that joins Nier's party towards the end of the first half of NieR, cursed (or as otherwise reassured by the party, blessed) with the ability to turn anyone who sees his eyes to stone.
Kainé is a companion and tritagonist of NieR, who ends up accompanying Nier after he helps her kill Hook. She is possessed by a Gestalt who dubs himself Tyrann, and as a result of her upbringing and Tyrann's occupation of her body, she has a disposition towards being cold and cruel—although more often than not, she is shown to be shy and collected.
Shades are actually the souls of the original humans, who lived until around 2053 (2049 in NieR Gestalt). During Project Gestalt, these souls were separated from their bodies as a way to survive the incurable White Chlorination Syndrome, a deadly contagious disease, which threatened humanity with extinction at that time.
These Gestalt forms were meant to be temporary until the threat would eventually disappear from the world by itself. Then the Shades would have been fused with their corresponding living shell, known as Replicants. However, due to a technological defect during the transformation process, the Replicants eventually developed a consciousness of their own and subconsciously rejected their fate as mere shells. Gestalts lost access to their bodies.
Due to the relapse phenomenon Shades could become hostile and aggressive monsters, which are encountered throughout the game.
Replicants and Gestalts can retain their sapience due to the existence of the Original Gestalt, who is known only as the leader of the Shades, or Shadowlord, by Replicants.
Grimoire Weiss is a companion and deuteragonist in NieR and its remake.
Grimoire Weiss, also known as the "white book", was initially released with Nier's help. He was known as the white book, because he is meant to stop Grimoire Noir, the black book. In the past, Weiss was a part of Project Gestalt along with those who became known as Grimoire Noir and Grimoire Rubrum. Grimoire Weiss "only contains a small portion of the Sealed Verses' power," as said by Devola and Popola, meaning that the power of the Sealed Verses are immensely strong.
Grimoire Weiss appears as downloadable content in NieR:Automata. His likeness can be used as a Pod appearance.
CPU: Intel Core i9 9880h
GPU: RTX 2070 8GB
Phase 1 + voice and dialogues: (0:00)
Phase 2 + voice and dialogues: (3:01)