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Author: forweg
Posted: February 20, 2010 (10:50 PM)
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Boring, easy boss battles... are you insane? The first boss group in Karakuri Mansion is virtually impossible without a healthy supply of Lightning Scrolls (which I sadly didn't have my first attempt), and the next group (with the three switches) is one of the toughest I've ever faced... I still can't beat it.

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Author: espiga
Posted: February 21, 2010 (12:03 AM)
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Really, that's strange. My strategy for that fight consisted of standing in one spot so that my formation looked kind of like this:

[Asuka] [empty] [Shiren]

And then I'd just swing a Restoration Staff to the other character as needed. Which wasn't very often. The one that Asuka was fighting was practically unkillable until the healer just stopped healing and tried to attack Shiren, but by then, Shiren had killed 2 of the foes and so my group wasn't taking nearly as much damage as it was at first.

If I recall, Shiren was somewhere around Lv. 23-25 or so.

Either way, it was an easy fight, and so are the rest of them, provided you pack a ton of healing items.

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