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It Was a Good Fight. I Have...No Regrets... in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

It Was a Good Fight. I Have...No Regrets...273 (15)

Finished all stories and Free Battles in the Hero Colosseum.

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Achievement Guide for It Was a Good Fight. I Have...No Regrets...

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Rickr304
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Achievement won on 01 Mar 18
TA Score for this game: 3,602
Posted on 01 March 18 at 05:40, Edited on 30 March 18 at 15:02
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There are about 25 story Hero Colosseum story battles, and 30+ free battles.

Battles get harder and harder as you progress. By the time you get to the end, you are playing against opponents using five level 99 ultra rares.

I will provide my strategy, which you can copy if you have the figures. If you dont have the figures I list, I strongly recommend grinding expert mission 16 (16 TP medals per 3 minute completion) and buy from the Super Rare Vending Machine (20 TP medals per figure) until you get them.

By the time I was finished the achievement, my figures were as follows:
1. Rare - Gohan #86 (85 works too) Level 1 - very important, necessary because he raises your ultimate attack gauge by 20 percent just by placing him - dont level him up, keep him weak

2. Ultra Rare - Future Gohan #137 - Level 75 - very important, necessary because he gets stronger when your weaker figures die

3. Ultra Rare - Android 18 swimsuit #151 - Level 1 - very important, necessary because locks the opponents in place and makes them unable to move on the turn after she is placed, dont level her up, keep her weak

4. Ultra Rare - Android 18 #150 - Level 60 -
- can sub in similar character with very high SPD, DEF/HP/ATK is not important
- Normal Mr. Satan would probably be great here, but I only realized that after I earned the achievement without him

5. Super Rare - Vegeta #19 - Level 60 -
- can sub in similar character character with very high ATK, DEF/HP/SPD is not important

My Mastery level was a very low 37

I used two main strategies, mentally dividing my opponents into two camps:
1. Opponents who sometime place two figures in the same column, leaving ONE column open at the very beginning.
2. Opponents who never ever do that. These opponents only place one figure per column, so you never see an open column.

I would restart over and over about 10 times per opponent, to see whether they fell into camp #1 or #2 above.

If they fell into camp #1 - leave column open - my strategy was as follow - depending on which column they left open
Left column open:
UR Future Gohan in bottom left
Level 1 Gohan in top center
Swimsuit 18 in top right

Center column open:
Level 1 Gohan in top left
SR Vegeta in top center
Swimsuit 18 in top right

Right column open:
Swimsuit 18 in top left
Level 1 Gohan in top center
UR Future Gohan in top right

Keep placing your figures where you think the opponent will leave one open, and just restart if he didn't leave one open, or if you guessed wrong.

Aim to go second, especially if using UR Future Gohan. When Swimsuit 18 and level 1 Gohan are brutally murdered, UR Gohan gets +1000 attack each time if he's in his spot. SR Vegeta will not get that bonus, but putting him in top center gives him +1500 attack, so he'll be ok without it.

So opponent will go first, murder 18 and Gohan, and during your turn, you will attack the empty column, doing damage to the master.

Now - since you played Swimsuit 18, the opponents CANNOT switch places next turn.
So shove SR Vegeta with UR Gohan, or vice versa, both attacking the empty column that you KNOW the opponent cannot cover. For your third figure, put in your fast Mr. Satan or non-swimsuit Android 18.

First turn you had to go second to maximize damage, second turn you have to go FIRST because your master is now unprotected - and at later levels, your master can die in two hits (unless you grind Mastery level to increase your master hp... ugh.. no thanks.).

If you follow this strategy, you will guarantee 3 HARD attacks to the opponents master. Even at opponent mastery level 99, they cannot survive if you are using high ATK characters like UR Gohan or SR Vegeta.

Please see video below. This is the second-to-last battle in the game, against Golden Frieza. I show what equipment I have on each character at the end of the video.


If they fell into camp #2 - never leaving a column open - I played it like this:
Swimsuit 18 in top left - or any weak character, their only purpose is to die
UR Future Gohan in bottom left
Level 1 Gohan in top center

Make sure you go second. Opponent will murder Swimsuit 18 and Level 1 Gohan, and attack your master once. UR Future Gohan will go second, the only figure you have left on the field. He will have +2000 ATK since his friends were murdered, and should be able to take out the enemy figure in his column.

Since Level 1 Gohan gave you +20 to your ultimate gauge, and then was murdered, and Swimsuit 18 was also murdered, you should have your ULTIMATE attack ready to go by turn 2.

So for turn 2, put UR Future Gohan in top center, to do his ultimate attack
Put SR Vegeta (or other strong character) in bottom right
Put non-swimsuit 18 (or other fast character) in top left. Ensure you go FIRST this time.

With Gohan in top center, doing his Ultimate Attack with +2000 ATK from earlier, he should do heavy damage to all three enemy characters. If he doesn't kill them outright, SR Vegeta will finish the one on the right, and 18 will finish the one on the left. The middle one - if Gohan didn't kill him outright, will not be able to kill Gohan because of the +700 DEF gained from his friends dying in the first round.

For third turn, if opponent has more than one figure left, keep your set up the way it is - leaving none of your columns uncovered. You dont want the opponent to sneak in another hit to your master - if it is low level like mine was, it could easily die in two hits.

If opponent has one figure left, have two of yours in the middle column. The opponent will definitely be going for the middle center to activate their ultimate attack. As long as you continue going first, he wont be able to.

Please see video below. This is the last battle in the game, against SSGSS Goku. I show what equipment I have on each character at the end of the video.


Note: In Turn 1, my level 1 Gohan that was supposed to die... did not. This messed up my plan. However, I noticed two things:
1. Vegeta's attack did less than 50 percent of my master's hp. So he could attack once more and I wouldn't die.
2. If that figure can't even kill my level 1 Gohan, it certainly can't kill my UR Gohan.
So I had to alter my plan slightly by stalling one more turn. I put UR Gohan where level 1 Gohan was (knowing he'd get hit), and put level 1 Gohan where Swimsuit 18 was, so he could die properly. This was a stall move simply so that I could get my Ultimate Attack gauge up. After this turn, I went back to my usual plan.

Well, that's my strategy. It's long, but if it helps only one person, I'm glad. I did not want to grind all my figures to level 80 or 90 to get this achievement, and I bet you dont want to either.
Reminder, my final figure levels were: 75, 1, 1, 60, 60.

** Careful observers may notice my Swimsuit 18 is level 20 in the videos. This is because I leveled her after I wrote this guide, but before I made the videos. You'll notice that I never use her to attack, or use her speed in any way, so she might as well be level 1. Level 20 versus level 1 makes no difference for her since she's only supposed to freeze the enemy and die.

Dont forget to talk to Oshi after completing all the battles to unlock the achievement! He is located down the hill a ways near the Dragon Ball pedestal!
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