Unnaturally successful achievement in Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden

Unnaturally successful

Finish a combat encounter by using mutations only .

Unnaturally successful+0.6
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How to unlock the Unnaturally successful achievement

  • Ruan Carlos05Ruan Carlos05419,696
    30 Dec 2018 31 Dec 2018 03 Mar 2019
    22 0 3
    To unlock this achievement you need to finish a combat using only mutations.
    Its very simple
    1- start a new game
    2- avoid the 2 firsts enemies
    3- level up and unlock Dux mutation "SKULL SPLITTER"
    4- come back to the first 2 enemies and kill one of then using only "SKULL SPLITTER" mutation

    Watch the video to understand better

    (sorry about my English lol)

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    AdeuszThanks for the guide! Just to clarify: do you only need to kill the last enemy with the mutation to get the cheevo? Skull splitter cannot cooldown after the first, I presume.
    Posted by Adeusz on 19 Jan 19 at 07:01
    GorsefanThe video & solution is correct, but to be clear a "combat encounter" doesn't mean clearing a level -- picking off a lone guard where the game ends combat mode and puts you back into sneaking around mode will do.

    So, play a new game as normal until you get XP to unlock Dux's Skull Splitter. Then kill a solitary guard silently with Skull Splitter and the cheevo will pop, no need to double-back as per the video. I played a new game normally and got it with the patrolling lone guard on Ark Outskirts.
    Posted by Gorsefan on 28 Jan 19 at 01:37
    TalentedWigThis seemed to glitch for me - I killed all the enemies in the forbidden city level then started to loot the roboshack on that level, i climbed up the ladder on the first floor and took first scrap item and this achievement popped. Not sure what I did to cause this 🤷. Once I took all the items from the roboshack then the “tea leaf” achievement popped.
    Posted by TalentedWig on 16 Feb 21 at 00:50
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  • IrrotationalIrrotational262,776
    22 Jan 2020 23 Jan 2020
    4 0 2
    The original guide will work perfectly but I wanted to add a "glitch" I found that seems to make this possible during a normal game.

    I was near the end of the main game and farming kills for the "kill 10 people by electricity achievement".

    I was fighting a lone target, and took him down to 5 health, and saved the game. I killed him then reloaded my save....the next time I killed him again (with electricity) and I got this achievement to pop even though most of his health had been taken off by guns.

    It "appears" that the game only tracks damage done since the last save NOT since the start of an encounter.

    IF that's the case then you can get the achievement any time, and don't need to start a new game and level Dux up a bit.

    Would love it if some people can test this and confirm it works or not. Steps were:-

    1. Attack lone enemy and take down to low health
    2. Save and then kill enemy with mutation skill (I used lightning)
    3. Reload save and re-kill enemy with mutation skill only

    *achievement pops*
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    SimonZ6Worked like a dream!
    Posted by SimonZ6 on 01 Jun 20 at 09:12
    Goots 88Thank you! Delayed pop, but worked.
    Posted by Goots 88 on 04 Dec 21 at 20:23
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