How To Defeat Jester In Lethal Company

If you’ve recently started playing Lethal Company, you might not know that there are two types of main building maps that you can get. One is a normal map that you start with filled with a bunch of railings and tunnel systems, and the other one is a mansion map that rarely spawns on free moons.


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However, if you go to one of the paid moons, there’s a high chance that you’ll get the mansion. Unfortunately, these maps also have a chance of spawning the Jester enemy, and this one has the power to end your entire run easily.

Lethal Company is currently in Early Access, and everything mentioned in this article is subject to change.


How To Locate And Avoid Jester

It’s important to remember that if you’re just starting your run in Lethal Company, you don’t even have to worry about Jester since this enemy mostly spawns on paid moons like Rend, Dine, and Titan. Once you do get this enemy, however, it’s extremely important to pay close attention to it and communicate well with your team.

The best thing you can do while going to these moons is keep an eye out everywhere and try to spot the Jester from far away. If you’re able to do that, you can simply avoid the room it’s in and carry on with your loot hoarding. However, if it does notice your presence, it’ll start following you or one of your allies everywhere.

It’s very important to communicate with your team as soon as you spot the Jester since it can only be avoided with a team effort.

You can use the voice system if you’re inside the building, or warn everyone using the Signal Transmitter if you’re in the ship.

After a few seconds of following, the Jester will start winding up using its hand. It’ll stop moving while it’s winding, and it’ll do that for about 35 seconds as the sound slowly gets faster. Once the winding is finished, a giant monster spawns out of the Jester that automatically detects every player inside the building, no matter where they are.

This monster will start pathing towards the nearest player, and it insta-kills you if it gets close. The best way to prevent this is by making sure all your teammates exit the main building and wait for about 30 seconds. In this time, the Jester usually stops winding up, but it’s still recommended to ask one teammate to check before everyone goes back in.

There are times when you might find it winding up still or the monster spawned, so be ready to go back out.

If a Jester spawns during your run in Lethal Company, it’s not completely a bad idea to give up and take off with the ship since it can get quite hard to get any loot with this enemy on the map. There’s no way of defeating the Jester either since it doesn’t take damage from Shovels or Shotguns.

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