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Cube God

Last updated: Exalt Version 1.6.0.0 (May 2021)
Cube God

The Cube God is an event boss that can spawn multiple times per realm. It summons Cube Overseers which then spawn Cube Defenders and Cube Blasters.

As of Release 27.7.3 (Nov 2015), is reskinned as the Gobble God during Thanksgiving.
As of Patch X.20.0 (Dec 2017), is reskinned as the Ice Cube God God during the winter.
As of Patch X.24.0.0 (Mar 2018), is reskinned as the Sphere God during April Fools’ Day.
As of Patch X.32.1.0 (Oct 2019), is reskinned as the Calcium God during Halloween.

Cube + Godlike powers = Cube God. Happens to be three dimensional. Not a square. (Steam Trading Card)

The Realm Eye says:
At a fundamental level beyond your comprehension, our realm is made up of cubes which act as the building blocks of both organic and inorganic matter.
As such, cubes are a vital part of existence itself, even for the gods. Oryx had once attempted to enlarge individual cubes to assemble overwhelmingly large titans.
He was able to grow the cubes, but putting them together again is a nearly impossible feat of magic. Disappointed, the Mad God left behind hordes of sentient squares.

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Stats

HP: 16,000 (+10% [1,600 HP] per player in Realm)
DEF: 40
EXP: 15,000

Level 20 Quest
Immune to Stasis
Immune to Stun
Counst towards Cube Kills
Counts towards Encounter Kills
Counts towards God Kills

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Combat

Attacks

Aesthetics Damage Condition effects Speed (tiles/sec) Range (tiles) Comments
Dark Blue Magic 100 10 24
Blue Bolt 150 8 20

Behavior

Slowly wanders the area, spawning Cube Overseers. Fires shotguns of Blue Magic which are sometimes followed by a shotgun of Blue Bolts.

When its HP reaches certain thresholds (about every time it loses 1/3 HP), it will flash red and become invulnerable for a short time. After losing 2/3 of it’s health, it will permanently gain Stun Immunity.

Reproduction

Spawns:
Cube OverseerCube Overseer

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Drops

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Tips and Strategies

Assassins and Mystics punch massive holes in the bulwark for other classes to rush in and damage the Cube God. Assassins can also throw poisons from a long distance to prevent themselves from going into any true danger while still qualifying for loot.

Rogue can get quick cloaked damage onto it, sneaking behind since its bullets are focused. A mistiming will spell the Rogue’s immediate death, though. You cannot be teleported to while cloaked, but keep your finger on the Nexus key.

Preferred healer is Necromancer running Soul Siphon, as the extra bulk makes up for the lesser damage, managing to still grant a full heal to the entire nearby party.

Priest is an effective fighter here, especially because their wands can pierce through the outer walls of the cube system.

Wizard is effective for corraling Defenders and Blasters by delivering well-placed spells to the Overseers. A single Tier 5 should take them down, causing all the Cube Minions to rush over to another Overseer. This also prevents future Overseers from spawning more Minions.

Trickster has a niche of distracting the Cube God if at least a slight opening is made for her. This makes it safer to take out the Overseers. Of course, it also leaves a gaping blind spot open on the Cube God.

Bow classes can mow down Minions. More notably the Huntress’ trap which will Slow and heavily damage an entire Overseer system. The Quiver is better for sniping the Cube God and Paralysis makes sure it can’t wander if you get it in a good position. Slow and Paralysis can be used to manipulate the orbit, too.

While Sorcerer can hit a Cube System hard, AoE is generally the better choice. Don’t forget that the chain lightning can pierce walls.

Ninjas can use shuriken machine guns on the cube system, dealing big damage. However, if a Ninja has a lot of Defense and recklessness, he can dive in with his katana to mow down the cubes.

Be very careful trying to kill a cube god on any dagger or sword class by yourself, as their need of range makes you get closer to the cube god than most classes. At around 6 to 5 blocks, it is very difficult to dodge all of the bullets the cube god sends out, not to mention the cube overseers trying to provide support to the cube god. Even one shot of the cube god’s extremely wide shotgun can deal up to 150 damage, and the cube god shoots 13 bullets every shotgun.

Using a knight is recommended to solo a cube god, as his shield can stun the cube god, making it unable to pose a threat. Additionally, his high defense can be used to ignore most of the other bullets.

The cube minions do not immediately die after you kill the cube god himself, so be very careful when you try to get your loot, especially if you get a white bag. Otherwise, you could lose the highly sought-after Dirk of Cronus within a minute of its drop.

The cube minions do disappear roughly under a minute after you kill the cube god but the loot bag disappears in 60 seconds, so just take your time. This goes double should you get a white bag - since it disappears after 2 minutes, you should not worry about having to rush in.

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History

During MOTMG 2020, the sprite for Cube God changed to fit the Reconstruction theme. However, unlike most reskinned event boss minions, the name didn’t change.
MOTMG Cube God

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