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What is a Warrior in Helldivers 2? How to kill Warriors for the Personal Order



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With the amount of things that go on in our missions for democracy in Helldivers 2, we don’t know too much about all the enemies. We only focus on those that kill us so many times, like Chargers and Devastators. What about the Warrior enemy? We’ll tell you what the Warrior is in Helldivers 2 and how to complete the Personal Order related to it.

What is a Warrior in Helldivers 2?

A Warrior is a common enemy when fighting the Terminids on any of the planets to the East. They look like Brood Commanders but appear grey in color. They can actually be summoned by the Commanders, making it easier to get more kills for the daily.

Their weak spots are under the hard carapace or on their legs. Most primary weapons can deal with them easily, with shotguns excelling at taking them out in one or two shots.

What is a Warrior in Helldivers 2?
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How to kill 35 Warriors in Helldivers 2 for the Personal Order

35 Warrior kills might sound like a lot, but it really isn’t. Luckily, this enemy variant appears in all mission difficulties. Also, with there being a focus right now on Terminid planets because of the Major Order, you can easily farm this order in a mission or two if you’re playing on difficulty 6 or higher.

As long as you or someone in your squad gets the killing blow on a Warrior, it’ll count towards your Personal Order. If a Charger, Bile Titan, or Spewer kills them as collateral damage, it will not count. 

If you want to get this done quickly, find a fast mission like Eradicate the Terminid Swarm or a Blitz, you can get this done in one or two sessions. Missions with less time will spawn more enemies, heavily increasing the chances of Warriors to spawn. Just bring proper equipment to deal with other headaches the Swarm throws at you. 

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