G17S3 Spirit Disaster - Shamala's Crisis mission
HOW DO I BEAT THIS.
It's the one where u rp as a giant lion but.. i just can't seem to beat it.
I end up dying too fast and when i think it's over bam another full wave of mobs and i have small health left and and. yes. fail.
am i doing something wrong ;-;
ty for your answer i'll try that soon~
edit: Yay I beat it~
Last edited by Elvira; 12-23-2012 at 10:53 AM.
I too am haveing trouble with this battle. I can get to the last wave but can't seem to finish it off.
The Lion takes up too much of the screen, the moves have a really slow windup and it is really tricky at times to gauge where you're going to swipe.
Maybe it's just because I play so differently but I am haveing a real hard time getting a feel for this battle.
I like a nice minimum aggro slow and steady approach.
and I admit upfront I have a slowish connection so I do suffer from some minor rubberbanding not an issue when I'm facing a few creatures but when there are dozens that few seconds is lag doom.
there are some times I will swipe right where a large groop is and they won't take a single hit then they turn and start chopping me to bits.
to be honest I could take them all if I could just drop the lion form and use my bow. or if the Lion didn't have to posture and roar before every attack, or if the Lion were smaller so I could see more and maneuver better.
But I'm not giving up so if anyone could give some advice other than get gud I would appreciate it greatly.
Just managed to finish it.
So here is what worked for me maybe it will help others that stumble this way.
I never used the roar.
and I only used a normal attack if I was down to about 3 monsters.
Just keep using swipe. it has a range of three paces and a windup of 3 seconds.
so bound three steps away from Shambala swing your camera around and swipe on her.
then run forward 3 paces and repeat.
when you get to the bears kill everything else first. they do not agro except when you hit them.
then run from them till they wander off or do their roar then swipe them. after the swipe run again.
Is it heroic? No.
does it keep your lumbering posterior from being their chew toy?