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The Godlike Swordsman in Happy Wars (Xbox 360)

The Godlike Swordsman65 (15)

This is a rare achievementComplete the 'The Godlike Swordsman' Quest

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Achievement Guide for The Godlike Swordsman

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The Nerevarine
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The Nerevarine
Achievement won on 30 May 13
TA Score for this game: 2,265
Posted on 29 May 13 at 22:53, Edited on 04 July 13 at 17:13
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Quest #61: The Godlike Swordsman - 1000 total kills with the Warrior

Kills towards this quest can be gained from either Special events, Quick Match, or Co-op modes. If you have already met the requirement for this quest, the achievement will unlock after your first match.

Berserker Note: The "Advanced" class of warrior, the Berserker, is still a Warrior and kills with this class will count towards all 'Warrior' achievements and quests.

Getting kills with the Warrior is about using his skills -- this may sound like a simple proposition but most people overlook certain skills and just pick one or two they like best. In fact, all of the warrior's skills are incredibly useful and devastating when used at the right times. If you can get an enchanted weapon (fire, ice, lightning, wind) you will find this a lot easier since these enchants will all disable your opponent in one way or another. Make sure you use your shield often and don't let people hit you in the back, as the shield can block almost anything, especially with the 'Super Guard' skill active. If you're using a Berserker, you can Roar to enhance your attack power, and use the spin attack for some pretty easy kills, especially when your castle is under siege.

Knowing the basics, the easiest way to get kills with a warrior is by using Rush on skinny land bridges, Charged Attacks near poles and objectives, and kamikaze Rocketman-ing into small crowds. Use Roar and Stones to disable solo opponents for easy kills, and don't overlook the devastating power of the Warrior's under-used team skills.

Learning Other Classes
Many people start with the Warrior and never play the other classes. This is a huge mistake because they never fully understand the weaknesses and competencies of the other classes other than through prolonged trial-and-error. Be sure to get some play time on the other classes early on, at the very least, to understand your enemy and their skills. Every skill and every buff in the game has a counter.

Play Quick Match
If you are playing solo, I advise Quick Match over Co-op, as bots are easy to kill and you'll be competing for kills in co-op. When playing Quick Match solo, play defensively: if people are near your castle go after them, they'll be easier to kill on your home turf and will prolong the game and your ability to get kills; if there is no one to kill on defense, move up only so far that there is someone to kill; and whenever possible, target clerics for easy kills. In an evenly matched game, a good defender will be able to get 20-30 kills, help their team, and get a lot of practice.

Useful Buffs and Gear
Buffs that will assist in earning this achievement are 'Attack Up', 'Ambush Attack Up', 'Slayer' buffs, weapon 'Effect' buffs, 'Max HP Up', 'HP Recovery Up', 'Mobility Speed Up', and any skill '+' buffs. To earn buffs for your warrior gear you can either play Special events that offer warrior gear as rewards or you can play Quick Match and Co-op starting as the Warrior class and earn and level-up item boxes by playing well (the character class you are playing as when you earn your Item Box Lv. 1 determines what class the item(s) is for).

If you need a decent warrior weapon, a very common favorite is the 'Demon noble sword' you obtain for completing the second-to-last Single Player level ("The Final Battle"), unlocked after reaching level 20 or so and completing the levels prior to it.

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