The Beheaded VaporWave is an enemy unique to in Serious Sam Classics: Revolution.
Overview[edit | edit source]
The Beheaded VaporWave is a headless man wearing a light blue T-shirt. He is an executed Sirian soldier that has been implanted with a life control unit, equipped with a strange claw-gun in one hand, and holds his head on the other, which is used to obtain visual and sound data. They have a bit higher health in comparison to other beheaded soldiers.
Occurrence[edit | edit source]
Like other new enemies featured in the game, the VaporWave doesn’t appear in the original levels, and only appears in them in co-op mode if the mutator that replaces original enemies with new ones is enabled. However, they appear in one of the survival levels and in the Bright Island campaign.
Behavior and skills[edit | edit source]
The VaporWave is similar in behavior to the Beheaded Firecracker as that he fires projectiles from his gun. The differences are that the VaporWave fires his projectiles in all directions, and the projectile he fires is randomised, such as the Zorg Mercenary’s beam, the Minor Bio-mechanoid’s laser and the Scythian Witch-Harpy's projectile.
Tactics[edit | edit source]
- Like the Firecracker, his projectiles can be avoided by jumping over them.
- Both shotguns, the Schofield .45 and the Thompson submachine gun are effective weapons against the VaporWave.
- When encountered with other enemies, the VaporWave is a medium-high priority target, as the projectiles he fires can give the player less room to dodge other enemy attacks. As such, the player should try to kill him as quickly as possible.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
List of appearances[edit | edit source]
- Serious Sam Classics: Revolution (First appearance) (Non-canonical appearance)