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Stalwart Barbarian

Perform a wall hit 50 times.

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How to unlock the Stalwart Barbarian achievement

  • DelmaruDelmaru164,444
    01 Feb 2012 06 Feb 2012
    14 0 5
    Wall hits are simple. You must hit your opponent into the wall, and you'll get a wall hit notification thingy under your character. Astaroth is probably the best, as his kicks will usually hit the opponent kind of upwards, making for easy wall hits. His Left Trigger grab works too, but I find his kick is easier. Just hold forward and keep hitting the kick button, and you'll get them, as long as there is a wall behind your opponent.

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    Ninja ScrollThanks.
    Posted by Ninja Scroll on 21 Jun 12 at 02:25
    DelmaruNo problem! Always glad to help someone out.
    Posted by Delmaru on 21 Jun 12 at 04:27
    Wanderer128You can do a double wall hit with Astaroth using:
    QCF+Kick, Fwd+Kick if you are lined up properly with the wall.
    cn_LSdcn_LSdrcn_LSrcn_B, cn_LSrcn_B
    Posted by Wanderer128 on 02 Jan 15 at 20:27
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  • Twist7Twist7270,979
    05 Apr 2013 05 Apr 2013 12 Sep 2013
    9 2 1
    A Quick Easy way to get the achievement:

    Load up your game and go into Quick Battle in Offline Mode. You character selection doesn't really matter, there are several you could pick for this. You only need a character that has an uppercut sort of move. For me, I chose Siegfried, if you hold Diagonal Down Right and tap Y repeatedly between hits, he will perform quick uppercut hits.

    Select your search criteria to Easy difficulty and look for a character named something along the lines of "Negink6080", an Ezio character with the title "Assassin Trainee". The map in this fight is surrounded completely by walls. All you have to do is push your low level character into the wall and repeat uppercut hits. If you don't get it in one game, rematch. You should get 4/5 maybe 6 wall hits from each game if you get a good routine going.

    Hope this helps :)
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    zszaissThis method worked for me (so I upvoted it), but I maxed out at 3 wall hits per round. NegInk6060 side shuffles often, so even if you manage to work him toward a wall while he still has reasonably high health, keeping him there is challenging.

    What I ended up doing (which would get me 2-3 wall hits per round) is start with Siegfried's uppercut hits immediately. Do a double uppercut - the first will knock the opponent down, and the second one sends him rolling back. At this point he's usually close to the wall, but for the uppercut to register a wall hit on this level, the opponent needs to be seriously back against the wall, as the uppercut will launch him up but not very far back. So I typically needed 2-3 double uppercuts to get him against the wall.

    From there, just keep going. If you're fast enough, you can register 2-3 in a row by uppercutting him again as he's falling from the previous one.
    Posted by zszaiss on 06 Sep 14 at 20:10
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