First E, now Scare as well.
Curse you Atlus!
Curse you 'Murica! (#DontNukeMePls)
Huh?TehInfamousAmos wrote:I guess I could do a SL1 playthrough for you Sentiel and hope you invade me with that Hyper mode Dragonbone Smasher build!
befowler wrote:Nice entry. I used to live in fear of the red/black katana skeletons, until a recent revelation similar to your roll move. Basically, you lock on, and then sprint at them at sort of a curving angle. They'll do that leap attack and miss (it goes in a straight line, as you arc by on one side) -- at which point your lockon slingshots you back around at full sprint speed for really easy backstab. Just block while doing it, as very rarely one of the two katanas may clip you on the way by -- your shield will stop it at no loss of velocity, but it's not nearly as painful as eating a full attack even if you don't block. Of course, you need space to perform this, so doing it on the infamous skeleton hiding behind the illusory wall in 4-2 is not recommended.
I ain't sucking no skeleton.skarekrow13 wrote:Sentiel, farming him quickly is soul sucker and stealth
I was recently fortunate enough to coop through 3-1 a few times with someone on the forum who just rolls right through the arrow machine volleys and turns it off from the front like it ain't no thang. Needlessly pro? Yes. Awesome? Oh hells yeah.
Don't tell me you were the random who summoned me and FinPeku last night? O_Obefowler wrote:You need more co-op! Seriously, playing through these games solo is fun, but like any great work of art they can only be fully appreciated in the company of others. Together you will see more and have better experiences than you ever will alone -- the games were designed this way. The fights are better, the magic more impressive, the shenanigans more shenanigany. Another great aspect is you can run an area 50 times and then play with someone who does it completely differently -- I was recently fortunate enough to coop through 3-1 a few times with someone on the forum who just rolls right through the arrow machine volleys and turns it off from the front like it ain't no thang. Needlessly pro? Yes. Awesome? Oh hells yeah.