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The Godslayer in The Last Remnant

The Godslayer336 (140)

This is a rare achievementFor the biggest challenge of them all, defeat the monster they call The Fallen.

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Achievement Guide for The Godslayer

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Kev0222
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Kev0222
Achievement won on 10 Apr 09
TA Score for this game: 2,208
Posted on 15 April 09 at 14:57, Edited on 15 April 09 at 15:12
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You get this for completeing the side-quest "The Fallen". Which is just a single battle.

This is a missable side-quest. To trigger this quest you must have completed the side-quest "Frustrations" on disc 1. This is a Baaluk side-quest. Note that Frustrations, like almost all disc 1 side quests, is also missable. So complete "Frustrations" before entering the Aquaducts area of Nagapur (which is your last chance to do anything in towns before disc 2).

You must also have cleared the Draken Forest area as part of the main story. Note that you can enter Draken forest before the main story dictates that you have to, but "The Fallen" will not be available until you clear it as part of the story.

DO NOT enter the city of Underwalt when it appears on the map or this quest will disappear!

Okay, so you've completed "Frustrations" on disc 1, you've cleared Draken Forest as part of the story and you've not entered Underwalt yet? If so, head to the pub in Baaluk and talk to a Sovani called "Wyngale" to trigger the quest.

Don't read on if you like to defeaut bosses without any help, or like to be surprised by what the boss is.

The Fallen is a very powerful boss with some nasty attacks. Its attacks vary slightly depending on your Battle Rank. It will do powerful area attacks at the end of every round except for perhaps one round later on. The difficultly is that you only have 10 rounds to kill The Fallen.

Your tactics will depend a lot on how you play and what kind of party you've built. But basically you have to be above a certain battle rank to beat him. You simply have to be able to survive through the end of round area attacks and still dish out enough damage in 10 turns. I was battle rank 97/98. You need a balance between healing/raising and attacking. Learn his attack sequence and then form a plan around what you know he's going to do at the end of each turn.

I think it would probably be possible to beat him at about BR 80 or so, with a bit of luck, but anything below that would be very, very hard.

You have an ally, Wyngale. Alive or dead he's a complete liability. When he's alive he does hardly any damage and provokes Apocalypse which is an area attack that can massivley damage many unions. When he's dead he gets in the way of raising useful unions back to life. His one use is to deadlock The Fallen and allow an extra union in the flank, that is unless he decides to do his pathetic attacks from afar. If all your unions can raise, then I advise leaving him where he falls and raising around him. If you have limited raising ability, then you'll need to keep the waste of space alive (he's quite tough thankfully)

I had 4 unions 5, 4 ,5, 4 all with the Vivication Tincture I or higher and all with Revitalise I or higher. The rest was as much combat arts as I could cram in. I also had the occasional high-AP unit too boost a unions AP for the harder arts :)

I didn't bother, but if you have a leader on his own in a union then he will be very resistant to the end of round attacks and is useful to have running around raising people so the other unions can attack!

If, like me, you were around BR 68 when you got to this side-quest then get the DLC (free!) and try to go all the way through the Ancient Ruins. You'll level up in no time. Note that the boss at the end of the ancient ruins is about as hard as The Fallen, so you can ignore him until later if you want. You get to the ancient ruins via a sealed door (unsealed by DLC) in the 2nd path. To get the 2nd path on the map you need to talk to the Wise Yama in Athlum (at the back of the area with the pub and guild(s))

Good luck.
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