So imo she isn't just invisible, she isn't fully in the nightmare. So, I have a theory on the identity of Mergo's Wet Nurse. I always thought of the Wet Nurse as a protector figure and nurturer, not a hunter of hunters. It could also mean the person or entity become a surrogate for the great one via the use of the child. Perhaps a huge, six armed, very tall, sword-wielding, demon-like nightmare? The best strategy here is to just run past the creature while its back is turned. But to an observer, the iron cage appears to be precisely what delivered them to their harrowing nightmare There has been a number of discussion on the children of Great Ones.
With the Wet Nurse being a Great One, Mergo is her Surrogate. I posted the official art above, the wrappings have spots they clearly don't wrap all the way around and show it's invisible. This Cord granted Mensis audience with Mergo, but resulted in the stillbirth of their brains. She is unlikely to do anything so the child will likely be lost to neglect or murder like by us for instance. Mergo and Mergo's Wet Nurse are Wilbur and the Horror with their personalities switched. So, after she uses a move you can go in for a few hits on her without her reacting to it.
She will still be in the arena but other clones will portal through and try to attack you. Attack Patterns Phase One Key Attack Interrupt Notes Uppercut Slash No Heavily-delayed upward diagonal launcher; strikes its left side and directly in front of it. When the darkness arrives, the boss will go into a bit of a frenzied attack, but if you're to the rear you shouldn't face too many problems. This one is pretty dangerous because if you dodge incorrectly you will still be caught in the devastating blow. The cloth would appear to look like thin skeletal hands until it's gripping something.
Every infant Great One has this precursor to the umbilical cord. They only have one attack, a shove which will stun-lock the player, but this can be easily read and dodged. On your left are a pair of spiders, while a Brain Trust and a chest await you on the other side. This will leave the Wet Nurse open to a series of your own melee hits, at least as much as your stamina bar is willing to allow. They appear right next to you, and you must dodge the incoming attack while remaining relatively close to the main boss. During Phase 1 its Nightmare Veil attack will create just as many problems for itself as it will for you - it won't be able to keep track of you in the darkness and will instead blindly attack the area in front of it, giving you a chance to hit it several times before the veil lifts.
The darkness lasts for around sixty seconds, and you can easily avoid damage throughout its entirety. I think your point about the blood being the cosmos could also support my dimensions theory. Head to the right side of this room, then go through the door towards a lever. Could this be because he was so weak after manifesting in our reality? Mergo's Wet Nurse can be staggered if enough hits are applied in a short amount of time, doing this alone with out helping hunters is very difficult and not very advisable. The hybrids would go on to fill this role, via their Umbilical Cords I think? As for the wings, the robes moves with her body, wings included. Also, the cord from the Wet Nurse specifically indicates it was used to commune with Mergo, not Oedon.
The one connected to her wing that very clearly consists of cloth draped over an invisible extremity? Every other move can be punished by quickstepping right through her attack and then countered by your melee attacks. The Wet Nurse has all the regalia of a killer Eileen pretty much. Check out the video above to see how we took down Mergo's Wet Nurse, and keep an eye out for our other Bloodborne boss guides. This hexagonal iron cage suggests their strange ways. Iosefka's impostor has a baby or would.
Those fingers you outlined disappear half-way and the handle of the sword is clearly not actually being held properly by what you're calling her fingers. Focus on dodging through its attacks and working your way directly behind the boss. As for the Altar that resurrects, that's not technically the case. Adrenaline, and impatience can kill you. The Impostor wanted her own thing and probably wouldn't become a surrogate either maybe, see below.
This could easily mean that the Hunter came under the control of the Moon Presence just before their final battle, possibly lending more credence to the ritual theory above? Priscilla can turn invisible for instance. To get one, first whizz over to the Mergo's Loft: Middle lamp, then go upstairs and take the stairs on your left. She moves all of her as if it's a part of her body, and the arms look to be the exact same texture and color as the rest of the cloth to me, just more tightly wrapped around her invisible form. Are The Moon Presence and Mergo in competition for our hunter's body? But that doesn't inherently mean a connection can't form between a caregiver and child. Assuming you have the lock-on activated, roll towards the Wet Nurse during its glide. All the Amydalas look the same. As for the Amys, it could be argued that, technically, they aren't fully here but the ritual is pulling them through more and more until you defeat Rom, which breaks a barrier, either visual or dimensional, and allowing them to interact fully.
Sorry, my dood, but I do this stuff for a living, so I know that's what that is. Since she tends to use slow and powerful strikes for the most part, she often has a decent window of opportunity for you to do some damage. As for the teleporting and resurrections, it has an in-game explanation: The Messengers! This ability can either be stalled out by running on the outsides of the arena and waiting for the fog to disappear or you can hit the clone as soon as it spawns which will make the clone disappear and afflict damage to the boss itself. As long as you keep moving and don't get stuck on the columns or staircases, the real boss will never catch up to you and the doppelganger's attacks won't be able to track you fast enough to keep up with your position. It either chooses to only use it for the Queen, or the part the Hunter snags only had a single use left in it or something. You can get attacks in from its side, but you'll need to get behind it quickly if it starts using its Blender Combo.