Cocoon

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Cocoon
Cocoon overworld.png
Inflicted phobias
Phobias Rhabdophobia, Teratophobia
Physical description
Species Human (Moonscorched)
Spiritual Information
Soul Changeling soul
Item drops
Search Nothing
Steal (Ring of wraiths)
Battle Theme
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The Cocoon is a boss encountered in Fear & Hunger 2: Termina. If not dealt with properly, Marina will turn into Cocoon due to Moonscorch on Day 3 Night.

Lore

Marina's moonscorched state has noticeable resemblances to her human form, albeit with distinct alterations. Additional limbs sprout from her body, and her former head and torso meld together within a cocoon-like structure. A new human head emerges from her groin region, connected to the cocoon by a leash. Despite hesitance, Marina is compelled to engage in combat, seemingly guided by the cocoon that she identifies as her father.

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Warning! Speculation ahead!

Information below is hinted on, but wasn't directly confirmed in-game.

Marina's background story offers a multitude of interpretations regarding the symbolism behind her moonscorched form. The presence of the cocoon, whether it is formed by the deceased Father Domek's remains or not, could serve as a representation of her enduring concerns and anxieties about her father. The emergence of a new head from beneath her skirt could symbolize her father's imposition of a masculine social role upon her, one that he believed she should have embraced. This interpretation could also explain why the cocoon occupies the space where Marina's own head once resided, illustrating how even in death, Father Domek exerts control over her.

Location

She will appear in the Church of Alll-mer, inside the underground passage leading to the Mausoleum Alley.

On Day 3 Night, Marina will moonscorch and turn into Cocoon.

Battle

Stats
Body Part HP Blunt Slashing Piercing Fire Otherwordly Ev. Rate Magic Ev. Resistances
Head 20 130% 110% 110% 80% 100% 75% None None
Torso 2250 (9000) 120% 80% 80% 80% None None
Torso (Rot) 1750 (7000) None None
Right Arm 750 130% 110% 110% 100% None None
Left Arms 750 None None
Right Leg 750 None None
Left Leg 750 None None
Cocoon 1 2250 (9000) 120% 80% 80% 80% None None
Cocoon 2 (Gro-goroth) 2250 (9000) None None
Cocoon 3 (Vinushka) 2250 (9000) None None
Cocoon 4 (F&H) 2250 (9000) None None
  • Note: HP in parenthesis is only used for Damage-over-Time calculations.

Strategy

Fear & Hunger Mode

The host's arms can use scratch, wich has a chance to infect. At the end of the first turn, she will use engrave on the cocoon, engraving one of this three symbols randomly on it: Gro-Goroth, Vinushka and God of Fear and Hunger. If the Cocoon has the Gro-Goroth sigil, it can use either Black Orb or Hurting, if it has Vinushka will use either Pyromancy Trick or Roots that Reap, and if it has the God of Fear and Hunger sigil it can use either Flesh Puppetry (wich can either hit 2 or 4 times) or Mischief of Rats. Not only that, but the host will be also able to use Loving Whispers. This can make the fight quite the challenge unless you get rid of the host before she can engrave the Cocoon.

The safest strategy is to simply throw a murky vial at her at the start of the turn, making the cocoon vulnerable and useless, and attack until it dies.

Masoχ-S/M Mode

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Dialogues

Talk

  • Cocoon host: “G-ghaah... W-why...? He tells... Y-you must die...”
    • Player: “Who is telling you this?”
      • Cocoon host: “H-him... H-he wants you... dead...”
        • Player: [PERSUADE] “You don't have to listen to him!”
          • Cocoon host: “Ghaaaah... Ghaaah...” The host body is breathing heavily. (Skips 1-2 turns)
        • Player: “Are you talking about that 'thing' on your back?”
          • Cocoon host: “F-father... Please... ...Please.....”
        • Player: “The feeling is mutual.”
          • Cocoon host: “N-no... Not... ...Please.....”
        • Player: “...”
          • Cocoon host: “...Please.....”
    • Player: “So that's how it's going to be?”
      • Cocoon host: “W-we'll shred you to... pieces...”
    • Player: Nevermind

Interactions

“She is dead now...”
Action Result Flavour text
Use Brain flower Success “You've laid down the seed for the flower.”
Use Heart flower Success “You've laid down the seed for the flower.”
Beat her Nothing “No reaction, the body and the cocoon feel surprisingly sturdy.”
Medical diagnosis Nothing
Player:
“Her body looks more or less human, minus the extra limbs, but the real curiosity is the cocoon that grows from the human torso... There was some movement inside the cocoon earlier, so whatever is inside, must have been alive to some extent. You have no idea what could have caused such mutation and growth.”
If Daan is in the party:
“Her body looks more or less human, minus the extra limbs, but the real curiosity is the cocoon that grows from the human torso... There was some movement inside the cocoon earlier, so whatever is inside, must have been alive to some extent. I really have no idea what could have caused such mutation and growth... Any scientific idea that is. Most likely the same shit that happened to the other people in this city happened to her too.”
Search Nothing “She has nothing of value.”
Leave Success Nothing
Devour Success “You devoured the remains.”
Harvest an organ Success Nothing
Saw off her head (Marina's head) Nothing
Necromancy Failure “The soul is too corrupted and frail to be summoned back to the body. The necromancy failed.”

Trivia

  • The cocoon is vaguely reminiscent of Anima from Final Fantasy X, while the still human part is very similar to Laura from The Evil Within.


Gallery

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In-game Footage

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