Aczr

Aczr

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1 day ago @ http://markspoils.blog... - Weekly Shenanigans · 1 reply · +2 points

That standing like a fool attack that Ghirahim has is basically a trick move, if you are impatient and end up hitting his sword once he teleports next to you, his counterattack is almost guaranteed to land.

It's better to use your shield bash against his knives. I think the Skyward Strike can work too. The window of time for attacking Ghirahim during his first phase after you lure his hand away is surprisingly generous.

Also Ghirahim's ear under his hair is round in contrast to his uncovered pointy ear. It's in the pre fight cutscene. Blink and you miss it.

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4 days ago @ http://markspoils.blog... - Weekly Shenanigans · 1 reply · +2 points

It's been way too long since I played so I don't have good first hand advice for gameplay. But then I remembered the Internet is a thing. So I search.

According to the wiki: Linked attacks can trigger when attacking an enemy from behind (called blindside link), or when parrying an enemy attack (called link-strike), with a small cooldown applied before another one can be initiated. Idk about how the cooldown is observed though, I think it's an offscreen clock.

Those three basics you pointed out are good places to focus on. Parrying and warping to safety were key strategies of mine.

5 days ago @ http://markspoils.blog... - Weekly Shenanigans · 1 reply · +3 points



Seems there's a 95% chance that you noticed the elephant in the room, Plactus.

Yeah Fi is, um, extremely insistent about giving you unwarranted, extremely obvious advice. It just reeks of Nintendo being incredibly single minded about holding the hands of little kids and making sure they don't get confused, but even little kids tend to remember what to do on repeat playthroughs and won't appreciate being talked down to.

I wonder how much it'll bother me if I replay the game again now, cause I remember not minding it too much my first time thorough?