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Posted Feb 4, '13 at 10:27pm

SubZero007

SubZero007

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I broke the questline...
*CAUTION: POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD*

I am at the Emerald Temple and there is no quests in my questlog. I have already killed the shogun, and I got the quest to kill the final boss, along with the location. Then my browser crashed, and when I brought it back up, the quest was gone and so was the place to go. Please comment on my profile if you have an answer. Thanks.

 

Posted Feb 5, '13 at 6:56pm

Reton8

Reton8

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Anyway tips on how a warrior can defeat Dai'Jin? I don't do enough damage to hurt him quickly and he seems to be healing constantly.

Also, is there anyway a warrior can get that crate that was talked about earlier in the thread?

 

Posted Feb 5, '13 at 7:20pm

Gantic

Gantic

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Anyway tips on how a warrior can defeat Dai'Jin? I don't do enough damage to hurt him quickly and he seems to be healing constantly.

Get Doomblade skill and use it on him.

Also, is there anyway a warrior can get that crate that was talked about earlier in the thread?

You need the Kunai skill to get that crate. There's another crate later on in the game that's impossible for warriors to get, but those crates don't contain anything useful for warriors anyway.

 

Posted Feb 5, '13 at 7:38pm

Reton8

Reton8

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Get Doomblade skill and use it on him.

You need the Kunai skill to get that crate. There's another crate later on in the game that's impossible for warriors to get, but those crates don't contain anything useful for warriors anyway.

Okay great!  I'm going to give it this all a try.

I want to mention, for any warriors having trouble, that the "Heavy  Armor Skill" seems to work very well for me. I take very little damage and the reduction in speed isn't so bad.

The skill was helpful in beating the boss who could summon the dead. I barely lost much health in that fight.

It also helped with Lady Akrai (at level 12 and the Skill at level 4 it allowed be to be able to take a hit from the fireball and not die). Although I didn't have an attack that did a lot of damage so it was a lengthy battle with Akrai. (I'm playing on hard.)

 

Posted Feb 6, '13 at 12:09am

Reton8

Reton8

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Get Doomblade skill and use it on him.

I think the game hits at this, but you should only strike Dai'Jin when he does not have his shield up. I beat him by using slam. Hey gets hit his shield is automatically activated. Wait for the shield to go and then hit him again. If you hit him when his shield is up it's healing powers become better every hit up to 5 (maybe more). When the shield is at it's lowest it's healing powers are not enough to undo all of  the damage you did with the initial strike.

 

Posted Feb 6, '13 at 11:13am

amorboy

amorboy

147 posts

Guys !! how on earth i must defeat Kazuro ...  i mean i get him to 10k health but thats just it ...! i am an assassin and i use stun attacks and i make clones of my self  !! but thats it the thing is just to strong ! .

 

Posted Feb 6, '13 at 11:26am

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,694 posts

Knight

Since you're an assassin you can use the invisibility perk, just reset the stats and make sure you get it. When you're getting to low health go invisible and you'll be able to use consumables to regenerate it.

 

Posted Feb 6, '13 at 12:21pm

Reton8

Reton8

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Okay I struggled with Ryota the Sly as a lvl 13 warrior on hard until I figured out the secret.

Upgrade Brutal Advantage, Iron Discipline, your potion,  and Heavy Armor all the way (if you can).

When Ryota the Sly charges his poison throw get close to him and block.

The poison cloud will cover both of you. You will take some damage from the inital hit, but you and Ryota will take damage from the cloud. As quickly as possible walk out of the cloud.

Use your normal attack on Ryota if he's standing in the cloud. If your Brutal Advantage is active Ryota will end up stunned in the cloud and take a lot of damage, while you are free from the clouds harm.

If Ryota is in front of the cloud use Slam to knock him back into it. If Brutal Advantage is active Ryota will be knocked back into the cloud and stunned again taking damage.

When you can heal with the potions (although the healing effect will be reduced. It might be helpful to put a point in Blood Mirror to dispel the reduced healing before healing with your potion.)

The Iron Discipline skill is helpful because you most likely will get at least on critical hit during the battle. Criticals restore health and focus with iron discipline.

This took me awhile to get it down, but when I did it wasn't too difficult to defeat Ryota the Sly.

 

Posted Feb 6, '13 at 12:50pm

Reton8

Reton8

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I know I just posted, but I really need some advice for Takeshi. I'm Lvl 14 warrior. Someone posted a strategy for him early but I don't think they were playing on hard because I definitely take considerable damage from him.

The problem I'm having is that Doom Blade does seem to reduce Takeshi's healing, but once the effect wears off I notice Takeshi's health spike up in an instant. So the Doom Blade skill isn't doing anything.

What do I do?

 

Posted Feb 6, '13 at 1:06pm

gaboloth

gaboloth

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Is Takeshi the guy that stacks up the buff that makes him deal and receive more damage, sometimes turns red, and can heal himself completely with a single move? If yes, you have to find a balance times he gets that buff that lets you kill him before he heals, but not be killed instantly. With priest it was 99, with melee builds it'll be harder, I guess.

The game was so much easier as a Priest I can't stand the difficulty of any other class anymore. I tried a Agility Priest build too, but I got stuck at the white forest boss. One thing I felt, though, was that everything was too easy if you just respecced at every boss to adapt the strategy (yes, Hard mode), so I think I'll try to do a Priest run without ever respeccing now. I'll need a lot of Shadow Guardians...

 
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