Ignis Fatuus is an Creature/Monster in the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Ignis Fatuus is a Foglet.
"Careful sir, a monster prowls the bog. Enter the mist and ye'll never see home again!
--Leslaw, peat digger.
The monster haunting the peat bogs of Velen turned out to be an ancient foglet. These are exceptionally long-lived creatures - some have even dwelt on this earth for over two hundred years, growing stronger and stronger all the while. Blows dealt by foglets of such an age carry so much power blocking them is out of the question. These foglets possess the ability to move extremely quickly, and not even Yrden can slow them down. Furthermore, they can meld completely into the mist, then suddenly rematerialize to strike from behind. Wearing heavy armor or making good use of the Quen Sign is highly recommended.
This ancient foglet proved particularly adept in the art of forming illusions. Only a professional monster slayer skilled with Signs and swords could best such a foe. Luckily, Geralt fit that description perfectly."
- Found in: Southern Crookback Bog
- Drops: Fogling Teeth, Fogling Mutagen, Fifth Essence
- Associated Quests: Contract Swamp Thing
- Attacks: Melee combo (high damage), summon Illusions of Foglets (no damage but can stagger you), turns invisible and attacks from behind.
- Weaknesses: Moon Dust, Necrophage Oil, Quen
- Strengths: Very high damage with its claws, if you cannot pin it down it's near impossible to hit (Yrden does not affect its invisibility), very high health pool.
- Can be "cheesed" by staying out of its fog and repeatedly attacked with Igni or Crossbow bolts.
- Ignis Fatuus is the Latin word for Will-o-the-Wisp, a legendary creature that would lure people into the swamps on foggy nights.
- Ignis Fatuus Boss Guide by FiOth