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Master Ninja of Missions

Completed all Karma Attack Missions on Path of the Master Ninja

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  • SpartanWarNinjaSpartanWarNinjaThis gamer has had their achievements removed from the site
    29 Jun 2010 12 Oct 2011
    18 7 10
    Good Fucking Luck, Don't give up, Expect to redo a great many deal of missions and learn when to be agressive when not on minor defense.

    Stick to the fundementals and if you got what it takes it yours.
    Campaign Master Ninja is a Joke compared to some of these missions.

    I recommend the Kuri-gami weapon when faced with Genshin as you can literally gain no damage if you press YXY [Correction thanks to Lord Terentius] then backoff and wait for him to finish his attack.

    When against Zedonus use the wind path (dodge move) while he's in the air. Make damn sure when he's about to use his ground pound you press A+B at the same time to dodge it. If on MN you will die if you do not time it correctly. Once he is on the ground i recommend the lunar staff XXY AFTER he performs his move or the sycthe YYYY. Make sure you Wind Path out after every move and watch out for that grab!

    Volf is a bitch. His charge move will kill you if you get in his way just once on MN. My advice is to keep your distance, and I mean as far as possible. Then when he charges you, time the wind path and right when he misses. I recommend you use that lovely Lunar stick and XXY him ONCE and than rinse and repeat. I say once because it's incredibly risky if you go for a second and in my oppinion is not worth it unless that 2nd hit will kill him. Basically you're the red flag in this tactic and Volf is the angry Bull trying to ram it.

    Next up is Elizebeth, she in my point of view is the easiest next to Genshin(Human form), get the falcon talons for this and use the flying swallow A+B then Y, back and forth. She gets stunned each time but make sure you time it after she is stunned because if you hit her again when she is stunned, she won't get stunned after that next hit. If that's not working for you however go for the sythe jump XYY [I think thats it] It'a not as effective but it does work, I tried both these on MN.

    Lastly Alexy I spelled it wrong, don't care his name is as queer as he is.
    Jump XYY with the scythe and keep timing it right and you won't get hit once. When he does his whirlwind just dodge right when he nearly touches you. When he starts throwing lighting at you you're fucked there is no way round it to my understanding just keep charging him. When he has low health and lights up I recommend you be as agressive as possible so he won't be able to lay his finger on you once your combo is up.

    Other missions such as weapon specifics boss battles, I recommend you practise with the combos until you find one that suits your play style, make sure you take down the bosses minions when you can but when you have the opportunity, the boss always comes 1st.

    The survive 100 enemies are a bitch just make sure you have not used ANY of your healing items untill the last 20 or 10 enemies.

    Rest is down to practise, this will take time and a lot of luck which in this game you have to force yourself to make your own luck sometimes.

    Written on an Ipod Touch. LoL

    Edit-Thanks for the comments below.

    Tonfas UT and Falcon Talon are crucial in survival missions. As suggested by GhostSeraph

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    CrossofdevilI am finally down to mission 12 on Daedalus! That is the last one I am missing. Don't get me wrong, a lot of people told me that these mission packs were near impossible and I really didn't see them as impossible more as time consuming. I had fun doing them. Maybe one or two actually made me punch myself in the head but its not as bad as people say. I should have master ninja of missions sometime very soon. I am not sure about the survival ones though. Never played them! And i still gotta beat the game on master ninja! :D
    Posted by Crossofdevil on 16 Dec 10 at 04:23
    Lord TerentiusFinally got the achievement today! The tips against all the bosses above worked a treat. However as an alternative against Alexei:

    I made sure that I really got right into his face. When he tries to connect with a 4 punch combo on the ground, dodge twice and hit him with the Sycthe YYYY. Because you'll be hitting him on the side or back he'll be stunned. Do this 3-4 times and you'll have him in his berserk mode. That's where pure agression wins above all else. The longer the fight goes on, the more it favours Alexei (The Ruler of Gayness) due to his pimped up moves and insane speed.

    Anyway, this solution and the comments above helped out loads. I hope it helps out others the way it did me smile
    Posted by Lord Terentius on 01 Jan 11 at 16:05
    ReaboThanks for the tips on this! Its helping!
    Posted by Reabo on 21 Apr 16 at 22:43
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  • FutureWolf55386FutureWolf55386149,202
    16 Aug 2013 30 Aug 2013 31 Aug 2013
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    Thought I may add my knowledge of NG2's mission mode to this as well. This is my first guide so bear with me. I'm also assuming you have a good knowledge of the game and its combos, as there is no point attempting this unless you've beaten Master Ninja story at least. MN campaign is a pushover compared to this.

    There are 3 missions that I would consider the hardest: 8, 12 and 14. If you can do these 3, you can get the 1250. In fact, if you can beat 14 you can get the 1250. I'll only be covering these 3 missions, as covering all 16 in depth would take a large amount of text. Many enemies in these 3 missions will reappear in others anyway.

    3rd worst: Mission 8.

    Mission 8 pits you up against Fiend Genshin and rocket launcher minions. What's so hard about this compared to 4-7 you ask? For some reason, Team Ninja took away all healing items (you would normally get 1 Grain, 3 Herbs in other boss missions), and made it so you can't use Incendiary Shuriken. Add to this that you're in a small, cramped arena with a bad camera and the problem increases tenfold. You need to play defensive against Genshin, but the arena simply doesn't allow for it. The rocket guys spawn in on 100% health of Genshin, then 75, 50 and so on. If you "skip" the 100% guys and kill the 75 guys, the 100% minions will still spawn in.

    I used the Kusari-gama jump YXY for this fight. Jump YXX also does the same thing IIRC, but I prefer Jump YXY as it's the same input as the claws FS > ID, so it's easier to remember. Genshin's AI will not attack you until you land on the ground after the final hit of the combo for some reason. All I can say is exploit it. Dodge Genshin's attack, and respond with an AYXY whenever it feels safe. If you're in a tight spot, you can also use the KG's Counters on Genshin. They don't do much damage, but they stun him. Think of it as an improvisation move. You could also use the Lunar for this fight, with its Counter Y attack. It's pretty easy to counter him once you've got it down, and it does a bit more damage than the KG's counters. Don't spam Y after the counter, otherwise you'll go into an aerial attack that will miss Genshin 99% of the time and you'll get punished for it. Just hit Y a couple of times after the counter and you'll get a few hits in but stop before the aerial hit. You can also use the infamous XXY on him if you want. I prefer the KG however, as Genshin cannot handle the AYXY for whatever reason.

    As for the rocket guys, you are given 1 ninpo at the start of the mission. I use it as Inferno on the rocket guys as soon as the mission starts. This way, you get a free 25% of his health with no rockets pelting you 24/7. To have a hope of winning, you should generally be taking very little damage, if any, until the rockets spawn in at 75%.

    Also of note is the boat. It's located at the back of the arena, and provides a height difference. Genshin really wasn't designed to handle the boat, thus you can semi-cheese him with the height difference. Some of his attacks won't be able to hit you if you're on the boat. It's more RNG based than anything however, and good skills with the KG AYXY will generally outperform the boat cheese. I used the boat cheese to beat it on Mentor, but for my MN run I took the straight up KG approach. This mission isn't so hard as it is frustrating. The camera will annoy you to hell.

    2nd worst: Mission 12

    Mission 12 puts you against the Four Greater Fiends and Fiend Genshin one after the other, while receiving an item in between each fight. The order is Alexei, Volf, Zedonius, Elizebet, Genshin. You are given 3 ninpo, 1 grain, 3 herbs when you start, and more items are handed out along the way.

    Boss 1: Alexei

    Alexei is where 75% of my deaths came from. Not because he's challenging, just because I wanted to conserve my items right at the beginning. I was using no items during this fight on my attempts. The best combo I found was XY OL 360Y with the Blade of the Archfiend. This isn't a combo listed ingame, it's a freeform combo. The XY does good damage, and the Y launches you into the air. The on landing 360Y hits like a truck and has RIDICULOUS i-frames in it. The general strategy is to dodge his combo and respond with an XY OL 360Y. It's almost impossible to explain how/when to dodge in words, the only solution lies in you actually playing for yourself and gaining experience of his patterns. For his tornado attack, you can time your 360Y as he's charging and you will take 0 damage. Don't do the XY first, just jump. The i-frames are just that good. When he gets to berserk mode (triggered by roughly 25% hp left), he has 100% i frames while "powering up". His combos will be a lot longer and could possibly 1 shot you. He'll tornado at you up to 3-4 times in a row and absolutely destroy you. You seriously need to put Alexei down fast when he goes berserk, or you'll be seeing the Game Over screen. I just timed the XY 360Y so when he finishes charging, the Y and 360Y will connect with him. You can also use the Tonfa 360Y just for catching him as his i-frames end, it does crazy damage if it all connects, and it has even crazier i-frames than the BotA 360Y. It's a risky strategy though. Of honourable mention, the KG AYXY can also work for the entirety of this fight. Alexei can handle it way better than Genshin though, be warned.

    Recommended item usage: Nothing. Use a herb to restore the red health after the fight if you need it. If you're just getting used to Alexei's (infuriatingly grab-happy) AI, then use a Grain or whatever you feel like to pass. No point restricting item usage if you only just started attempting the mission and have no hope of completing it yet. I started restricting my item usage on Alexei when I could reach Elizebet occasionally.

    Chest Reward: 1 Grain

    Boss 2: Volf

    Volf is probably the easiest out of the 5. He'll still gladly take off 90% of your health in one shot if you give him the chance though. Best combo for him is probably YYYY with the BotA.

    If you go to the opposite side of the arena, he's almost guaranteed to do his running charge at you. All you have to do is dash to the side at the right time, land a YYYY on him, run away, repeat. The timing on the dash is the single hardest thing about this strategy. It's a very weird timing that will probably take hours to reliably get down. If the first couple of Y's don't appear to be stunning him, just run to the other side of the arena and repeat. If the Y's aren't stunning then you were probably too slow to attack him and he's starting up a combo that has hyper armour. (Hyper armour is the ability to not be stunned).

    On occasion, Volf will do a different move when you're on the opposite side of the arena to him....

    If he does the Scythe UT, just dodge it. Nothing you can do. Get to the other side of the arena and try again.

    If he does his 2-handed charge at you, you might be in for some trouble. The timing to dodge it and respond with YYYY is even stranger, as he moves slower in this attack. You could try dodging and attacking if you're lucky/stupid, but I would just get the hell out of there and try again.

    If he does the jump attack, you can dodge it similarly to the regular running charge and respond with YYYY. I never had a problem doing this and he very rarely hit me.

    Recommended item usage: nothing. If you do get hit with a running charge and somehow survive, just heal up the red with whatever items you need to after the fight. There's no point healing mid fight unless you're just getting used to Volf. Basically, don't heal mid-fight on a serious attempt to beat all 5, if that makes any sense.

    Chest Reward: Lives of the Thousand Gods (LotTG)

    Boss 3: Zedonius

    Ah, Zedonius. Here's where it starts to get interesting. Zed will constantly spam fireballs and grab you, dealing ridiculous damage and may possibly even hand out 1 shots. Best move would be, surprise surprise, YYYY with BotA. You could use the Scythe YYYY, but i'll explain why I prefer the BotA later.

    The biggest key to success when fighting Zed is to be able to dodge his "aerial slam" attack. I don't really have a better name for it, but I'm sure you know which one I mean. He comes out of the sky and lands by you, causing an AoE that will take around 80% of your lifebar off. If you jump at the right time, you'll dodge it and take no damage. Zed will also leave himself VERY open to a BotA YYYY or Scythe YYYY at this point.

    Once you've hit him with the YYYY, he will usually walk around on the ground for a second. In an ideal world, he'll then try and grab you. This grab will probably deal another 80% of your life if it hits, but thankfully it can be easily dodged. He will again leave himself open for a YYYY if dodged. I've had a couple of times where he's got stuck in an AI loop and just tried to grab me every single time. This resulted in me killing him without taking any damage, just don't expect this to happen often. Dodging the aerial hit and his grab are the two main steps to beating him. If it goes differently, however, here's what I do...

    If he does the sweeping laser attack, you can just 360Y right through it with the BotA. This is why i don't use the Scythe. You could also probably nail Zed with an XY 360Y if close enough. It's situational.

    Same thing goes with the "earthquake" move. He will send out a fiery shockwave in one direction - towards you.

    There isn't much else I can really say. If you're in trouble, you can also start using Ninpo here as a means of dodging his attacks and then landing a YYYY. I think Piercing Void does a bit more than Inferno, with him being the Ruler of Flame and all. As with all bosses, it's about knowing how the AI works. I can't offer much else other than telling you to practise.

    Recommended item usage: As much as you need. Zed is where the run starts getting real, and even if you use everything you just might get super lucky on the next 2 bosses. Use whatever you need, including ninpo.

    Chest Reward: LotTG (again)

    Boss 4: Elizebet

    Sadly, Liz is where my guide falls short. I'm really not good against her, but I might be able to tell you stuff you didn't know....

    For a combo, I would use the Claws Flying Swallow. That is, A+X (press both at same time), then Y in midair. It does little damage, but it will stun her for a bit. You can stunlock her with this, as the stun is just long enough to chain flying swallows on her. The timing is very strict and I never managed to get it more than 5 times in a row. It's a good way of racking up damage. For the blood attack, if you flying swallow her, she will sometimes get knocked down to the floor. This is perfect, as there is a stunlock "glitch" that will keep her on the floor forever, unable to attack. As she's on the ground, swap to the Flails and keep pressing X every half a second. Not an XXXX combo, but wait just long enough so the hits aren't counted as a combo, just seperate hits. The timing isn't as strict as the FS stunlock I mentioned above. You can also Inferno her out of the blood attack, and I personally used all 3 of my ninpo here. Honourable mentions for combos include BotA 360Y (good for ocountering her melee with i-frames) and the Scythe XYY. Not the infamous jump XYY, but the ground one. Her AI can't handle it too well for some reason. Also KG AYXY.

    Recommended item usage: Everything. If you've done Mission 8, Genshin should be second nature. Use as much as you need to see you through especially Ninpo. Ninpo sucks against Genshin.

    Chest Reward: LotTG (yet again)

    Boss 5: Fiend Genshin

    If you've done Mission 8, this should be no problem. Use the same strategy as you did there. It's even easier because he has no minions with him. In fact, none of the bosses do on this mission. I can't give any more advice than what I wrote about mission 8.

    Recommended item usage: EVERYTHING. There's no bonus for saving items. Use absolutely everything. I had 1 herb left over after beating Genshin because I got a good stunlock on Elizebet when I completed this mission.

    Chest Reward: nothing. The mission ends after you kill Genshin.

    Worst: Mission 14

    Mission 14 is the harder of the two 100 fiend challenges. You are put up against 100 enemies that spawn in waves, with 3 herbs and 2 ninpo slots. The worst part is that 100% of damage is converted to red. On Master Ninja campaign and other MN missions, only 50% is converted to red. This is huge. Any damage you take will never be recovered unless you use a herb or get blue essence.

    Wave 1:
    6 Black Spider Ninjas
    6 Tac Ninjas

    This is by far the easiest wave. They're just regular ninjas with no IS spam coming your way. Use whatever to take them out, I used Scythe UT's and AXXYYY if I had no essence to chain.

    Wave 2:
    5 Black Spider Ninjas (with claws)
    5 Purple Van Gelfs

    This wave isn't too bad, and this is where we introduce the Tonfa. Tonfa UT's and ET's will absoutely destroy anything it touches. If it can be delimbed, the Tonfa will kill it.
    Just charge up as wave 1 ends and spam Tonfa UT.

    Wave 3:
    6 Rocket Ninjas
    6 Silver Gajas

    More Tonfa UT chaining here. The rocket guys can nail you out of your charging though, so don't just sit around charging. You need to chain to be successful.

    Wave 4:
    3 Multi-Rocket Ninjas
    3 Red Gajas

    The multi rocket guys are really frustrating. Get to the opposite side of where the rocket ninja is and Tonfa ET each Gaja as it spawns. Watch out for rockets being fired at you across the map, but since you're so far away you'll easily have time to dodge. Once you've taken the Gajas out, dodge the rockets and stun the ninjas with regular shuriken. Never underestimate the regular shuriken, it can really stun them and stop them spamming rockets. Once up close, deal with them however you wish. I use a freeform variant of the Flower Garland Drop, which is YAXY. XAXY also works. Note that A isn't a jump, it's the Heavenly Justice move with the Tonfa. YAXY will almost certainly 1 hit kill them. I avoid using UT's and OT's because you might get some blue essence back if using regular attacks. XYXXXXY can also be used, this is an Izuna Drop.

    Wave 5:
    6 Brown Werewolves
    6 Red Gajas

    More Tonfa UT spam here. After you kill one Werewolf, they'll start chucking body parts at you. Be careful.

    Wave 6:
    4 Rocket Ninjas
    4 Multi-rocket Ninjas
    4 Humanoid Mechs

    This is where it gets interesting. The multi rocket ninjas are a pain as always, and the Humanoid Mechs will destroy your lifebar in a hurry. This is where I bring out the Incendiary Shuriken. Tag 1 IS onto a multi rocket ninja, then OT him. You can use this essence to ET a mech. If all of the ET connects, you will take the Mech out instantly. You can repeat this process until they all die. If you don't have essence, you can dodge out of the way of the Mech's jump attack and you should have enough time to charge an ET without essence. Go nuts with your IS supply here, and be wary of the Mech's explosions after death.

    Wave 7:
    4 Red Werewolves
    4 Yellow Van Gelfs
    4 Machine Gun Mechs

    I HATE the Machine gun mechs. Try and get as far away as possible and Tonfa UT chain the Werewolves and Van Gelfs like before. Just note that the Red wolves have (slightly) better AI, and the Yellow Gelfs can really hurt if they pounce on you. Once you have just the mechs left, pull out the Scythe. A Scythe UT will outright kill a mech. If you have no essence, a few Scythe AXXYYY's will deal with them. Just remember to hit block after killing a mech, or you'll get caught in the explosion. There is absolutely no need for IS's after this wave, so use them all if you have some spare.

    I used my first herb on this wave. Screw those Machine gun mechs.

    Wave 8

    12 Fiend Ninja Dogs

    Anyone who's played MN campaign will know how infuriating dogs are to fight. As soon as you kill the last Mech of wave 7, charge up a Scythe UT. The plan is to UT chain the dogs with Scythe UT's and 360 UT's. When you inevitably run out of essence, use the trusty AXXYYY with the Scythe, and here's where I'd recommend you use Ninpo. I used 1 Inferno Ninpo here, as this will kill 3 dogs and allow you to build a Scythe UT chain back up. Other moves you could use are the Lunar 360 UT, and Dragon Sword 360 UT. If you have no essence and just do a 360Y, you can do 360Y XXX B and then go into another 360Y and repeat. The "B" input is with the regular shuriken. It's pretty hard to pull off, and I'd just recommend using the Scythe. I used my 2nd herb here, just as the next wave was spawning in. I also had 1 Ninpo slot left and 2/3rd's of my HP.

    Wave 9 (final wave!)
    4 Machine Gun Mechs
    4 Marionettes
    4 Red Dragons (encountered in Ch. 12 campaign and ToV9 MN, also ToV 6 MN?)

    Try and get the Red Dragons away from the rest, as they tend to be very aggressive and almost as grab-happy as Alexei. If you did ToV9 on MN, you should have a good idea of how the Red Dragon's AI works. If not, you'll just have to learn. They have an annoyingly huge HP bar, and it takes a lot to stun them out of an attack. Use Scythe UT's (not 360), and AXXYYY.
    AXXYYY is a very safe move, but doesn't take much off their enormous HP bar. YYYY will do more, but it's riskier.
    You can wind path off their heads to stun them and get some free attacks in. Use everything you have here (although you probably won't have much) as this is the final wave. Aim your inferno at the Red Dragons if you have it. Be careful of jumping around the Marionettes. They have a ridiculous homing move that they can do from crazy distances that will strip off a majority of your HP bar. They'll only really do it when you jump. If you've done ToV4 on MN, you'll understand exactly what I'm talking about. If I didn't get hit with a stray Marionette homing attack on this wave, I probably wouldn't have needed to use my 3rd herb at all.

    Once the Red Dragons are gone, you're pretty much done. Windmill Shuriken UT's will destroy the Marionettes, but this requires you to be fairly close. The safe strategy is to get to the opposite side of the arena and use Bow UT's. Focus on the mechs first, as the Marionettes are pretty docile if you're very far away from them and aren't jumping around.

    I hope this guide for these 3 missions will help you, and make the exclusive 1250 NG2 club not so exclusive anymore. As you can see, typing out strategies for all 16 missions would take a stupidly long time. A majority of the enemies on these missions reappear in others, and frankly if you have the skill and intuition to do these, you should be able to use your own strategies or use other guides for the rest. Don't be fooled by the 5.5 TA ratio on this, it's way harder than MN campaign. Only the people who managed MN campaign will have purchased this DLC, and those people obviously have a very good shot of doing this.

    Good luck! (You'll need it)
  • Kuga MasamuneKuga Masamune140,816
    19 Jul 2013 22 Jul 2013 22 Jul 2013
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    This is ultimate challenge in this game. It would be nice if you played story mode on Master Ninja to know what can you expect. If you want to finish this before doing story then brace yourself.

    What we will need for this ride is:
    -lot of patience
    -lot of WISDOM about the game
    -certain degree of skill
    -certain dergee of luck
    -cigaretes if you smoke:).

    Important notes:
    - i, personally, think the best way of doing missions is to focus on one at the time. So try not to get discouraged and don't leave the mission for 'much later' when you have a good understanding of it - you will have to get into 'flow' from the beginning if you leave her be for later.

    - always, ALWAYS remember that you have guillotine throw - it is remarkable tool with many immortality frames - it is VERY important move that will not only be usefull in combat aganist ninjas, but also will be really convinient solution to avoiding many attacks like Zedonius's stomp, Alexei's tornado etc. Also what is VERY important about it is that it will serve as an auto-lock on when doing moves from air. Imagine situation when you are running from few ninjas - you press X+A and do air izuna - first a jump with immortality frames, then instant kill move. This IS one of the most important moves and you should make using this in correct situations a habit.

    - don't forget about throwing weapons, they will save your life in many situations.

    - know what to use aganist who. For me it worked nice like this:
    - ninjas of all kind - falcon talons-> air izuna;
    - purple and flying fiends - flying swallow ->cut off limb while stuned->OT or IS them and then OT;
    - dogs - lunar staff -> 360Y (normal move or UT);
    - manequins on 4 legs - windmill shuriken's or bow's UT from distance;
    - warewolves - flying swallow ->cut off limb while stuned->OT or IS them and then OT;
    - big fiend robots - tonfa UT;
    -machine gun / rocket launcher robots on 4 legs - if there is essence then tonfa UT, if not bow's UT from distance after they stop shooting.;
    - flying drones - bow UT;
    - flying lil fellas - bow-> 3 normal shots;
    - chainsaw guys - windmil shuriken's UT;
    - snakes -> lunar staff ->air izuna;
    - rasetsu - staff 360Y UT, tonfa UT;
    - big red dragons - scythe UT;

    - be wary of what essence enemy drops, for example: you are kind of low on health, and enemy dropped nimpo essence - use nimpo to kill some enemies and recollect it - you won't lose anything and if you are lucky some guy will drop blue essence. If you are not going for leaderboards / not playing survival then ALWAYS absorb green essence for instant full UT.

    -when fighting aganist hordes of warewolves, fiends, snakes use IS's - instant limb cutter.

    -ABUSE UT's when you have the chance - the best of the best are lunar staffs 360Y, eclipse's and tonfa's UT's:
    *lunar's 360Y is superb when running away aganist many enemies that are fast - thwy will run straight into it.
    *eclipse's UT is splendid aganist enemies you don't really want to get on close distance with.
    *tonfa UT is remarkable and devastating in every situation as it can kill multiple enemies at once. Not to mention that UT of 1 level is capable of killing, like, EVERY normal enemy in game except rasetsu and big red dragons. Tonfa's UT have 1 more great advantage - after it ends, and Ryu is doing a pose, he is IMMORTAL so use this safe oppurtunity to relocate camera to your needs.

    Bosses - i will simply write what moves from what weapons worked the best for me:
    Huge fiend / bone skeleton - jump between its legs and do kusarigama's 360Y - it deals devastating damage and often stuns boss for quick kill.

    Alexei - dodge his air dive throw and do scythe's YYYY in his back. When he gets mad do scythe's air XYY.

    Volf - risky way - run off, wait for his charge, dodge, do lunar staffs XXY into his back. easy and safe but longer way - run off, charge tonfa UT, he does his charge, unleash, repeat.

    Zedonius - wait for speciffic moves that leave him on disadvantage like his stomp from air, fire pillar from ground etc. dodge and do scythe's YYYY.

    Elizebeth - get into close range with her and do kusarigama's air YXX.

    Genshin' Fiend Genshin - wait for him to start attacking, dash out of range, jump in with X+A and do kusarigama's air YXX.

    Dagra Dai - scythe. When he is doing 3hit combo with swords - dodge last one and punish with YYYY. When he starts doing his lightning attack from ground jump and do air XYY to avoid and deal damage. When he ends his lightning attack on ground jump and do XYY for he will most likelly do his stab throw after it.

    Well, goodluck for everyone that want to do this. I hope what i wrote will be of help, even just a little one!

    Big thanks for masterbkb for many priceless notes, strategies etc.
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    yu SUZUKI donoimpressive Kuga, nice solutionclap
    Posted by yu SUZUKI dono on 24 Feb 14 at 19:37
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