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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by dsheinem Mon Mar 30, 2015 1:01 pm

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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by Stark Mon Mar 30, 2015 1:53 pm

Praise the sun!
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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by MrEco Mon Mar 30, 2015 9:43 pm

Stark wrote:Praise the good blood!

ftfy

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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by Stark Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:42 pm

Stuck on the second boss. I don't think I need any advice, just don't be stupid I guess. I've gotten him down to like 2 or 3 hits and he's done territory. He is just a monster (ha!) once he transforms. Jumps all over like a crazy person.
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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by isiolia Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:50 pm

Stark wrote:Stuck on the second boss. I don't think I need any advice, just don't be stupid I guess. I've gotten him down to like 2 or 3 hits and he's done territory. He is just a monster (ha!) once he transforms. Jumps all over like a crazy person.


Took me an inordinate number of tries. I think the point of it is to enforce parrying, but it's tended to be too much of a risk/reward thing for me. I wound up spamming him with molotovs for his final form.

The plus side was that I stocked up a ton of blood vials (which I then burned through doing Blood Starved Beast :? ). Last I played I got to the Vicar Amelia boss, but resolved to go grind up more levels and buy the sword before really trying to beat her.
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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by Stark Tue Mar 31, 2015 2:03 pm

You parry Father G when he raises his hands over his head in his final form, right? Hard to see it coming IMO, better to dodge left and right and spam attack. Didn't think about Molotovs, I'll give that a try.

There's also:
The music box. But I think that it hinders more than helps honestly.


Which sword? The Kirkhammer? Or another one?
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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by isiolia Tue Mar 31, 2015 2:16 pm

Ludwig's Holy Blade, I haven't gotten the Kirkhammer, or really been able to invest too much in any weapons due to not running into many twin stones yet.
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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by Xeogred Tue Mar 31, 2015 8:17 pm

The Holy Blade became my permanent weapon. It's basically a Broadsword fused with Rapier, and the 2Handed mode is a Greatsword, which is what my best runs were with in the first three games. Don't fix what isn't broken I said... haha.
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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by Reprise Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:02 am

I found Cleric Beast and Father G pretty easy to be fair. The former I beat on my first try and the latter took me two attempts.

It's the Blood Starved Beast and Vicar Amelia that have given me the most trouble so far. I'm still stuck on Vicar Amelia, she just destroys me! I get the strategy, but putting it into practice is easier said than done. Once you work out a strategy for the Blood Starved Beast though, it's actually pretty easy.
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Re: Bloodborne thread (formerly Project Beast)

by Stark Wed Apr 01, 2015 1:27 pm

I found Father G tough, but just because I'm terrible. I got his movements and they made sense, it was just putting it into practice. Finally beat him last night though, now to find the next boss! Haven't seen that sword yet, but it sounds cool!
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