|Location||The White Tower|
Red Girl is a Boss in NieR: Automata. Red Girl or N2 is one of the main antagonist of the game. She represents the ego of the Machine network. Bosses are special larger Enemies that can be encountered throughout the game in different Locations. A Boss encounter will usually signify game progress or a chapter ending when following the main storyline. Some of these bosses may first be encountered As NPCs to introduce some Lore and backstory before they are inevitably faced in a Combat encounter as a Boss. Boss encountered are identified by their introductory title that will be displayed just before combat begins. Their HP bar and Level will also be displayed above the character throughout the combat encounter. Some bosses in the game may be optional and avoided. All information on optional or required bosses stats, Locations, encounters and strategies can be found on their designated Bosses
Official name: "Terminal". A program projected by the network server of the machine lifeforms. The self-evolution program installed by the Pods eventually fractured its ego, causing the various aspects of its personality to turn on each other.
NieR Automata Red Girl Location
- Red Girl is encountered in the Quests: Alien Mothership (Route B)
- Red Girl can be encountered in the following Locations: The White Tower
NieR Automata Red Girl Information
- Type: Progam
- HP: ??
- Lv: 40
- Red Girl is not an optional encounter.
- The Red girl is referred to as N2 by Jackass
- The Red Girl will multiply as the encounter continues, attempting to overrun the player with sheer numbers.
- While these units can be killed using normal methods, the only way to destroy them permanently is to allow the Pods to 'fracture its ego'. This is done by not killing the programs and simply waiting.
- The only attacks this unit uses are slow energy projectiles however these quickly become a problem once the program starts to multiply itself.
Other game encounters:
- The White Tower
- Seen during route B at the alien mothership after Adam and Eve are defeated.
- On the Bunker at the end of route B when 9S enters the flight unit to save 2B.
- Appears at the end of Route B, during 9S' "death" at the hands of 2B.
- Makies multiple subsiquent appearances during route C.
NieR Automata Red Girl Drops
Red Girl Strategies NieR Automata
Red Girl Strategy (Melee) NieR AutomataWhile these units can be killed using normal methods, the only way to destroy them permanently is to allow the Pods to 'fracture its ego'. This is done by not killing the programs and simply waiting.
The only attacks this unit uses are slow energy projectiles however these quickly become a problem once the program starts to multiply itself. The natural reaction would be to continue to clear her clones, however as you progress you will eventually be instructed to allow them to multiply. Since they are static, you will only have to avoid the projectile orbs they release. These move slowly and are not released in a flurry so continue to move around the area to avoid contact until you progress.
If you are successful, you will be informed that the enemy consciousness has begun to fracture. This will take you into the next Phase. They will then be in conflict with each other. They will start to whip and strike at one another, slowly clearing themselves away. Keep your distance to avoid damage. You can also speed up the process by attacking a few of them. This shouldn't be any trouble since they will not be focused on your character.
Red Girl Attacks NieR Automata
|Orb release||DamaginvOrbs are sporadically released from the girl in all directions. They are slow moving can be dodge.|
|Multiply||Has the ability to multiply herself. Each clone will be able to release projectile orbs|
|Whip||During this phase, the clones begin to whip and strike each other. You can steer clear of them since their focus will not be on you.|
Red Girl Notes & Trivia NieR Automata
- Red Girl NieR Automata Notes & Tips go here.
Red Girl Gallery NieR Automata
The designation "N2" most probably straight up means "Nier 2", given how Nier is mentioned in the report on Red Girls. Machines were inspired by the long deceased Nier to create their own version. Just think of it, there were two Niers, one (the body of Nier) set on destroying humanity (unbeknownst to him) and the other (the soul of Nier) set on saving it (causing it's doom in the process) and then the two N2s turn on each other, one wanting to destroy A2 and the other wanting to save her.
POD IS BADASS! outsmarted every "AI" in the game.
Shout out to the G-Man from Half Life/Half Life 2?
she also appears when you are leaving the Bunker after everyone gets virus, I think in both A and B routes
so this is one of the best theories concerning the red girl which would shower her true importance to the story and project yorha and includes the reason why she was in those 2 locations in the 9s route.
If this is true then we totally underestimated yoko taro's true genius in the story writing of nier:automata
She's in the 9S (Route B) cutscene where Adam and Eve teleport away from the Alien ship after they fight 2B and 9S
They were in the background of 9S Route B leaving Bunkers Hanger and after killing Eve saw 2 of them.
I want to know every single locations we can see her/them on. I mean, I have seen her on two locations in the background while I was talking to a NPC or interacting with something. I do NOT remember where I saw her the first time but the second was inside the bunker. Anyone knows more locations and the story why she is there?
A possible shout-out to the route A final boss from Drakengard.
If I was a machine life-form, I'd want to be a little girl too.
Creepy little *****ers