MyMight wrote:Changing weapon will make the opponent lose targets and gains Haseo temporary invulnerability, allowing you to outrun them , or atleast buy yourself sometime to figure out the next step.
MyMight wrote:However, I still get the same result during my fight with Sirius, got Demise Claw-ed to death after I withered him down low enough to let the game know that I have won. I guess the game has programmed Demise Claw to activate regardless of the end result, like Ovan's tri-edge attack.
MyMight wrote:2 slots counters trigger at a very low chance, but I still use them anyway since I let my partners die very often haha. I did a few attempts against Ovan using counters instead of awakenings, when Ovan was doing the 4 or 5 hit combo + 1 shot, atoli and endrance triggered the counter and his hp quickly went down to 300+. This triggers the tri-edge sign and kills me immediately. Atoli and Endrance was dead because I critical healed them before the Shot was released. Didn't try it again though, since I felt that Awakening is dealing good damage to Ovan, might as well use the safest way to defeat him. There was also this attempt where Atoli became invincible, but she just wont react to my commands, I tried to command her to revive me after the tri-edge attack but she just stands there doing nothing.
MyMight wrote:I tried to speed up the video but the audio become very squeky, like Haseo saying tiger strike in a very high pitch, and Endrance screaming in agony in a very weird tone. In the end , I use the original speed just not to screw up the audio. By the way what kind of software are you recording on a ps2? The video quality is really nice lol, and game still runs smoothly.
At least in my experience, it won't work as well unless you do it at a VERY PRECISE timing or in certain exact situations. Because if you use it to avoid a skill, for example, that skill will most likely be Disaster Sword or Tiger Bite, and since those have long animations and the invulnerability time is very short compared to how it was in Rebirth, you'll most surely end up caught in the skill anyways. Same with a normal combo, unless they get bored of attacking invincible Haseo before he loses it. Maybe the only way i can think of to avoid dying when it's too late is to either MASH R1, to quickly do a Hangeki, or MASH the Start button to do another weapon change D:
Oh really? o-O; It only happened to me once during low-level runs (where he was capable of killing me), and it was in that recorded attempt. All other attempts (...2. lol) ended normally without him using le claw, and the other times i was able to endure it normally due to being at a "normal" level for the fight. Maybe if he's already "selected" for doing it, he'll do it no matter what, but if you can stop him before such selection happens (activating Beast Awakening quick enough, possibly) and then defeat him, then the game will see Sirius had no actions left to do and just move on to the cutscenes.
And you can actually avoid Ovan's Tri-Edge attack in both battles, if you're able to inflict a strong enough attack to take down his HP from an amount high enough to not trigger the attack, to 0 (about 3000 damage or so). Very possible to do in Vol. 3 with 3-slot Counters, but perhaps impossible in Vol. 2 except by maybe a Beast Awakening-Rengeki-Heavenly Wheel at lv100 while Ovan's HP is just digits away from triggering the attack (...even though if you're lv100, it'll only barely scratch you anyways XD)
MyMight wrote:By the way, your way of capturing video is really cool lol, but how come it doesn't seem like it is recorded with a video camera at all? Yea agree, kinda troublesome but still it has a pretty good quality lol
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