Shin Megami Tensei V - Koumokuten Boss Guide

Boss guide for Koumokuten in Shin Megami Tensei V (SMT 5). This includes the boss enemy's strengths and weaknesses, stats and skills, and recommended battle strategies.

Shin Megami Tensei V - Koumokuten Boss Guide

Guide on How to Defeat Koumokuten in Shin Megami Tensei V

Koumokuten is an optional punishing foe boss enemy faced by the Protagonist or Nahobino in Shin Megami Tensei V (SMT 5). The demon is encountered in the open world of Da’at’.

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How to face Koumokuten

In order to face Koumokuten in battle, approach its spot directly in the open. From the Kamiyacho Leyline Crossing, head to the southwest to find the punishing foe demon. Make sure to save your game before facing the boss fight.

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Koumokuten Boss Information

Shin Megami Tensei V - Koumokuten Boss Guide Information

Koumokuten Demon Stats and Skills

Here is a breakdown of the boss’ stats, strengths and weaknesses, and skills:

Koumokuten Details

Boss Type Optional Boss (Punishing Foe)
Recommended Level Level 44 or higher
Recommended Party  Members ? or any ally demons
EXP Rewards ? EXP
Macca Rewards ? Macca
Other Rewards ? items

Koumokuten Strength and Weaknesses

Shin Megami Tensei V - Physical Demon Skill IconPhysical Shin Megami Tensei V - Fire Demon Skill IconFire Shin Megami Tensei V - Ice Demon Skill IconIce Shin Megami Tensei V - Electricity Demon Skill IconElectricity
Shin Megami Tensei V - Force Wind Demon Skill IconForce Shin Megami Tensei V - Light Demon Skill IconLight Shin Megami Tensei V - Dark Demon Skill IconDark Shin Megami Tensei V - Ailment Demon Skill IconAilment
Void Resist

Koumokuten Skills

Skill Skill Effect
Shin Megami Tensei V - Support Demon Skill IconMarakunda +3 Lowers Defense of all foes by 1 rank for 3 turns.
Shin Megami Tensei V - Support Demon Skill IconMasukunda +3 Lowers Accuracy/Evasion of all foes by 1 rank for 3 turns.
Shin Megami Tensei V - Force Wind Demon Skill IconMazanma +4 Medium Force attack to all foes.
Shin Megami Tensei V - Physical Demon Skill IconFang Breaker +4 Weak Physical attack to 1 foe. Lowers target’s Attack by 1 rank for 3 turns.
Shin Megami Tensei V - Physical Demon Skill IconCrusher Onslaught +4 Medium Physical attack to all foes. Low accuracy.
Shin Megami Tensei V - Support Demon Skill IconOmagatoki: Critical All attacks, including magical attacks, will become Critical hits for all allies for 1 turn.

Koumokuten Boss Setup

Here is a breakdown of the battle preparation against the boss:

Carry HP and MP recovery items

Before engaging the boss, bring HP and MP recovery items in case your party runs out of HP and MP during battle.

Max your Magatsuhi Gauge

In addition, make sure that your Magatsuhi gauge is already maxed. Having it maxed prior to battle is helpful in setting up your offense. Also, having a Miracle skill, Magatsuhi Wellspring, will provide your party HP and MP recovery at the start of your party’s turn.

Assign Nahobino Elec skills

Make sure to import Electricity skills if you can in order to exploit the weakness of the boss. Otherwise, you can rely on your ally demons to have those skills for you. To add, complement your offense with strong Physical skills like Aramasa.

Support and Passive skills can boost your damage if still have skill slots. Recovery skills are optional if your active party members do not have these skills. This is to sustain the party during battle.

Attach affinities to Nahobino that nullify Phys and Force skills

With the Divine Amalgamation Miracle, Nahobino can implant skill potential from essences. Add to Nahobino affinities that can Reflect/Absorb/Void/Resist Physical and Force skills.

Pick ally demons that can counter Phys and Force skills

Bring party members can innately Reflect/Absorb/Void/Resist Physical and Force skills if possible. If you can’t, make it a point that their weaknesses are covered during battle.

Add demons that can use Phys and Elec skills

Similarly, add demons to your active party that can use Physical and Electricity skills. If they don’t have access to those skills, utilize Essence Fusion to grab those skills from demon essences.

Koumokuten Boss Strategies

Here is a breakdown of the battle strategies against the boss:

Pass action to support demons

If you start the battle with Nahobino and don’t have access to debuff/buff Support skills, make use of the Press Turn System and pass your turn to demon allies that can use debuff Support skills.

Land debuffs

Land debuffs on the boss while leaving some MP for recovery. Debuffs can be in the form of attack power decrease (Tarunda), defense power decrease (Rakunda), and hit/evasion power decrease (Sukunda). These debuffs can be accessed by Nahobino and any demons in your party.

Prioritize on landing Sukunda first. Followed by Rakunda and Tarunda.

Cast buffs

Cast buffs on your party members as well. Buffs can be in the form of attack power increase (Tarukaja), defense power increase (Rakukaja), and hit/evasion power increase (Sukukaja). These buffs can be accessed by Nahobino and any demons in your party.

Prioritize on landing Sukukaja first. Followed by Tarukaja and Rakukaja. You may also use Charge and Concentrate buffs to boost your damage even further if available. Since Koumokuten will keep on using its Marakunda and Masukunda skills, keep on using Dekunda to nullify its effect.

Activate Magatsuhi skill

Unleash the Magatsuhi skill such as Omagatoki: Critical to boost your damage even further. Make sure to use it once debuffs and buffs are already set. Activate the Magatsuhi skill on Nahobino’s turn and you will have up to 8 possible actions against the boss.

Use Elec skills against Koumokuten

Koumokuten is weak against Electricity skills which Nahobino and his ally demons can capitalize on. The damage will be higher if the party is buffed with Tarukaja and Concentrate.

Use Phys skills against Koumokuten

Koumokuten does not have resistance against Physical skills so add party members that specialize in this skill type such as Nahobino or others. The damage will be higher if the party is buffed with Tarukaja and Charge. Also, use Nahobino’s Aramasa skill against the boss constantly while you’re not commanding him to set up debuffs or buffs.

Heal allies

Keep the party’s HP sustained by using healing skills. Especially when other party members are getting overwhelmed by enemy damage.

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