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Dragoro
Dec 26, 2010, 11:17 AM
The guy destroys me every time. What level did you do it at?



-Ryan-
Dec 26, 2010, 11:21 AM
Yes, it is possible, and not as difficult as some make out. Just keep upping block and health, and get a really good weapon early on. I think it is probably possible to beat him on the 3rd or 4th bloodline. I did it for the first time on the 7th. :)

Another probably easier tactic would be to build up magic and use heal during the boss battle. Make sure you practice blocking and especially parry.

calb
Dec 26, 2010, 03:26 PM
Yes, it is possible, and not as difficult as some make out. Just keep upping block and health, and get a really good weapon early on. I think it is probably possible to beat him on the 3rd or 4th bloodline. I did it for the first time on the 7th. :)

Another probably easier tactic would be to build up magic and use heal during the boss battle. Make sure you practice blocking and especially parry.
Blocking isn't all that brilliant. Dodge is incredible on the lower bloodlines (I beat him on the 3rd with dodging), and parrying is something you should get the hang of for when the end boss is a higher level.

Health is important for obvious reasons, followed by (IMHO!) magic so you can heal frequently.

mudslag
Dec 26, 2010, 05:25 PM
didnt use block the whole game and beat it just fine

Mux7
Dec 30, 2010, 06:01 AM
I beat him at the second bloodline and didn't use block!:D:D:D

imatotgamefreak
Apr 9, 2011, 06:08 PM
I have defeated the very last boss and its quite easy...
This is how it goes: When you have entered the dungeon, you will find four doors. At this point, you should at least have an Infinity Blade. When you do, tap on the obelisk and 3 doors will open. After defeating all three(which is easy since im level 50)the last door would open. These are the suggested items/level.
Level 55+
Infinity Blade;Dagoor Blade, Silver Blade, Enslaver and of course Poison Scythe.
Dagoor Bone at this point
Royal Helm
Night Armour
and Kward
With these it is easy as.
Next thing to do is to check the robot's weakness. In my case it was poison so i used poison scythe. And after defeating him(pretty hard considering he does 1.5k -3k dmg each hit), you find out that the first bloodline was actually a servant of the deathless and the deathlesses are all "fake" so after you defeat him(500 damage max and blocking would be VERY handy)you would have to start again or start bloodline one(which i did)and now there are a few more items including :Obsidian-1638000 180 atk and 170 lightning; X-SC2-2490000 195 atk and 250 blooddraining affect; Tempest-1420600 80 shield and 1 lightning,blood and light defence; Fusion helm-980750 6 health 15 shield and itemdrop++++(VERY EFING GOOD); Omega Armor XOS-7 -1250600 60 health and xpgain+++ and lastly The Cog-1200000 2 magic with 5 light.
Hope i helped...
Imatotgamefreak.

imatotgamefreak
Apr 9, 2011, 06:14 PM
Blocking isn't all that brilliant. Dodge is incredible on the lower bloodlines (I beat him on the 3rd with dodging), and parrying is something you should get the hang of for when the end boss is a higher level.

Health is important for obvious reasons, followed by (IMHO!) magic so you can heal frequently.

I agree but blocking is still useful if the attack was followed by another quick attack. Parrying is obviously just too hard to master so dont even bother and last of all dodge 90% of the game and i turned out preeeety good:)
Imatotgamefreak.

psonice
Apr 11, 2011, 05:42 AM
It's kind of important to know which "final" boss you're talking about ;)

There's the God King at the top of the tower, he's not too bad. Practice dodging his attacks, and parry the easy ones. If you find an attack difficult to dodge, use the block. The god king is NOT the final boss!

Then there's the 3 deathless ones that you find down in the basement (you have to defeat the god king and get the infinity blade to even get to these guys). They're hard. The golden one especially.

Beat them, and a door opens, leading to the robot. I used the same strategy as the god king here - dodge or parry as much as possible, block the rest. Kill him, and the REAL final boss appears. Beat him, and the game really, finally ends - no more "20 years later" crap. It does let you restart the game and keep your level ups though.

Most important strategy I reckon is to use magic. Level the magic up at least as much as your attack + health (I actually found block the least useful). Then equip a ring with healing. You can heal yourself regularly - if you've leveled up enough, for the final bosses you can heal after almost every attack. I think it would be near impossible without that, because if they hit you just once you're nearly dead!