In-game appearance (first form)

In-game appearance (second form)

In-game appearance (third/final form)

Location Panthalassa
Bounty 20,000 G
Wanted Poster
The ruler of all evil. One would say he is a big one-eyed fish-monster; another a giant. But no one knows the truth.

Rahab (ラハブ Rahabu) is a sea deity, initially believed to be a fictional aquatic subspecies of Gigantopithecus (Gigantopithecus thalassa cyclops), and the main antagonist of The Ocean Hunter. He is the seventh and final boss of the game.


A sea deity born "from chaos", Rahab has been taking care of the ocean and its denizens for countless millenia. At some point in time, Rahab fell into a slumber that lasted for many centuries until he was awakened by the predations of humanity upon the sea. Angered by humanity's pride and disregard for ocean life, Rahab created the other Great Monsters of the Seven Seas, except Midgardsorm, and deliberately caused natural marine disasters (i.e. storms, typhoons) in an effort to humble humanity.

There are no records of the number of casualties he has caused, but local authorities have endlessly speculated on this creature's true identity and species. The bounty on the capture or death of this chaotic and mysterious creature is 20,000 G.

The Ocean HunterEdit

As Torel and Chris approach Panthalassa during a stormy night, Rahab watched the two from the waters below.

In the game, Rahab attacks Torel and Chris in three separate forms altogether:


After defeating Vritra & Kaliya, Torel and Chris proceeded to a nearby doorway. Upon approach, the two suddenly heard heavy stomping coming from behind said doorway ("What's that?!"). Dagon then came out and let out a deafening roar at the two adventurers. He then proceeded to attack them.

Halfway into the battle, Dagon suddenly turned around and retreated ("He's running away. Go after him!") from the two adventurers. Although they quickly gave chase, they lost sight of the aquatic colossus ("Where did it go?"). Before they could continue, Dagon suddenly appeared from above the ceiling. Although he had the upper hand, the two adventurers were able to shoot down his outstretched hand, causing him to lose balance and crash onto the floor. Assuming victory, Torel and Chris looked briefly at the seemingly fallen colossus before heading for the exit.


Just before they could, Dagon suddenly got back up, much to Torel's and Chris' horror and shock. Revived as Poseidon, but in a different, blueish form, the colossus formed and blew energy orbs at the two adventurers, prompting them to fight again. As the two pressed on, their efforts pushed Poseidon back step by step towards a wall behind him.

Eventually, they were able to corner Poseidon against the wall. Quickly looking around, the colossus grabbed a nearby rusty trident and tried to use it to attack them. Despite the odds, the two adventurers were able to stop and supposedly defeat Poseidon.


Undeterred by this, Poseidon transformed into Rahab, the true and final form of the very monster Torel and Chris have sought for. Now transformed into a demonic merman-like monster, completed with "trailers", sharp claws and teeth, and three eyes, with one of them positioned at the center of his forehead, Rahab swam around the temple and proceeded to attack the two adventurers, prompting them to fight back again.

Near the end of the battle, weakened by their combined efforts, Rahab seized both Torel and Chris with his tongue. He then attempted to throw off their aim by throwing them around before attempting to kill them. Despite the odds, however, Torel and Chris were able to defeat Rahab, causing him to release them and ending his reign of Panthalassa. Now truly defeated, Rahab sank to the floor as a large nearby structure fell on top of him. Proud of their hard-earned accomplishments, Torel and Chris did a victory fist bump and left the temple, but not before Rahab tells them his story.


Rahab takes on three seperate forms altogether in this boss fight:


Sunburst Area/Vulnerable areas: Hands, entire body
Sweet Spot/Weakpoint: N/A

Dagon up

Dagon attacking from above

Dagon is fairly easy to defeat; the player(s) must continuously fire at the colossus. Throughout the battle Dagon will be chasing the player(s) around the temple, and will stop at certain points to slam at the player(s) with his hands. The player(s) must fire at them to repel the attack and continue the battle.

After Dagon's health is reduced to half, Dagon will retreat and disappear momentarily before suddenly reappearing above the player(s) on the ceiling. From here on, Dagon will try to slam the player(s) with his right hand from there. The player(s) must rapidly and continuously fire at that hand until the rest of Dagon's health is depleted.

The player(s) have now defeated Dagon, Rahab's first form.


Sunburst Area/Vulnerable areas: Entire body
Sweet Spot/Weakpoint: Right elbow (second part)

Poseidon with trident

Poseidon preparing to strike with his trident

After the cutscene plays, Poseidon will attack by forming and blowing energy orbs at the player(s). The player(s) must fire at these incoming orbs before firing at Poseidon. However, the more orbs the player(s) destroy, the faster Poseidon will create more. Therefore, the player(s) must fire at Poseidon straight after destroying the orbs. By reducing the monster's health by a quarter, Poseidon will be forced to take a step back, and the pattern will continues.

This part will go on for three rounds. The first round has Poseidon forming slow-moving orbs. The second round consists of two to three fast-moving orbs. The last round is a mix of fast and slow orbs.

Once Poseidon's health reduced to one-fourth, Poseidon will grab a nearby rusty trident and use it to stab the player(s). The Sweet Spot will be revealed, and the player(s) must fire at it before the time limit runs out (indicated by the proximity between the player and the trident). It is advised that the player(s) quickly aim and fire slightly below or to the right of the bent elbow before Poseidon could execute the attack to score a direct hit. Poseidon will be defeated after taking three shots to the Sweet Spot.

The player(s) have now defeated Poseidon, Rahab's second form.


Sunburst Area/Vulnerable areas: Claws, mouth, entire body
Sweet Spot/Weakpoint: Eye (forehead, second half)

Rahab caught

Rahab using his tongue to seize the player

After the cutscene plays, Rahab will briefly swim around the temple before attempting to claw at the player(s). The player(s) must fire at the claw to repel this attack. By doing so, Rahab will swim around again before trying to execute a swift bite at the player(s). The player(s) must quickly fire at his mouth to repel this attack. The pattern will then repeat. In the meantime, the player(s) can fire at Rahab while he swims around.

Once Rahab has about one-third of health left, after the cutscene plays, Rahab will now move the player(s) around with his tongue before attempting to bite the player(s). Although not revealed, the hidden Sweet Spot is his third eye, which will open seconds before Rahab can execute the attack, at the center of his forehead. The player(s) must fire continuously at this hidden Sweet Spot before the time limit runs out (ends about 2-3 seconds after the third eye opens). It is advised that the player(s) fire with a steady aim slightly around or under the eye to score a possible hit. Rahab will be defeated once he takes three shots to the Sweet Spot.

The player(s) have now defeated Rahab in his true form, and have finally beaten the game.



In ancient Near East mythology, Dagon was a deity associated with fertility, vegetation, and military strength.

Some people believed that Dagon was worshiped as a fish god or a god of the sea, while others identify him as a god of grain and agriculture.[1]

In Lovecraftian horror, Dagon is a sea deity that presides over the Deep Ones, an amphibious humanoid race indigenous to the Earth's oceans. He is generally depicted as a gigantic sea monster with scales and fins, although his appearance varies greatly depending on the artist.


In Greek mythology, Poseidon was one of the most powerful of the ancient gods. Lord of the sea, he is a very moody god, capable of great wrath. He is generally depicted with a trident. In the Odyssey, Poseidon was an antagonist, since he constantly hampers Odysseus on his journey home for more than ten years.


The name Rahab refers to many monsters in different folklore and cultures.

In Jewish folklore, Rahab, who represents noise, tumult, arrogance, is a mythical sea monster, a dragon of the waters, and the "demonic angel of the sea". He represents the primordial abyss, the water-dragon of darkness and chaos. Later context had made Rahab a particular demon and an inhabitant of the sea, especially associated with the Red Sea.

In the Hebrew Bible, Rahab is used to indicate rage, fierceness, insolence, and pride.

In Judeo-Christian beliefs, Rahab was described to be "a serpent of chaos" which symbolizes the chaos banished by God during Creation. It is a powerful dragon demon, and is also known to the Philistines as Tiamat, the multi-headed dragon god.


  • The theme songs for Rahab are Dagon (theme) (first form) and Rahab (theme) (second and final/true form).
  • Except for his third form, Rahab's eyes turn red whenever he is about to attack.



  • Once there was a sea deeper, emptier than any sea. I, born from chaos
  • Protected by the flow of silence, I the water, sea that I am
  • I rest in silence. Waiting for the time to come
  • Where vanity and sea meet, I saw truth. In the eye of truth nothing can be deceived
  • Man disgraced the place that I rest. As if he ruled the world
  • Wrath of I, shall summon the winds and storm shall tear the sea
  • The 5 monsters that I have created each live, in their own sea
  • Whatever encroaches on my territory, I shall destroy
  • All shall return to chaos


  1. Myth Encyclopedia, [1]