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TypHooN Mar 20, 2013 @ 9:07am
help three ahievements
1. Totally Fact Up-As Hugo, obtain ultimate power... then let it go to waste completely
2. Don't Start What You Can't Finish-As Yunica, persevere against an unbeatable foe in the Guilty Fire
3. My Fact Is Truer Than Yours-As Hugo, emerge victorious during your emotional encounter in the Guilty Fire.

how to get these 3 ahievements,plz help and thanks

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Ki11s0n3 Mar 20, 2013 @ 12:46pm 
Here is a guide for the first achievement, beat the boss once and when he gets up and you turn demon, then let him kill you.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=122061911

For the other 2 I am not sure since I can never beat the people I need to beat to get them.
Waypoint Mar 20, 2013 @ 2:15pm 
1) After you beat the Blighted Blood boss as Hugo, plot happens and you have to beat it again with a hilariously powerful thing that lets you kill it in seconds. The achievement is for doofing around enough that you die anyway.

2) and 3) are for beating the Guilty Fire midbosses that you're supposed to lose to. Both of them are copies of the ones you fight as the second-to-last boss -- while their movesets are less complex, they're dramatically overtuned for your level and you don't have some of the tools that might make them slightly more reasonable by the end of the game.

Hugo's isn't really that bad. Just shield up, kite him around until he does a finisher, then shoot him in the face while he stands still. It's pretty much identical to how you fight the same boss for real near the end of the game, just with considerably less margin for error because you die in a few hits if he catches you with your shield down, and you don't have Burst to fall back on.

Yunica's is a cheap overpowered ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, you don't have the attack that lets you clear the screen of clutter, (which ironically you get right after fighting him in Guilty Fire), and it's half luck because he can randomly overlap attacks in ways that are impossible to dodge. You should almost certainly do it on Very Easy, because he really is that obnoxious (if anything, he's almost worse in the endgame fight, but at least you have a Retry button for that). Here's the video I used for reference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF5f48eTGlc

In both cases, make sure to pick up the Ring Armor just outside the midboss room, because it's the difference between dying in five hits and dying in two. Obviously save before fighting them. If you're hitting them for embarrassing amounts of damage, backtrack and grind a level or two. Don't be shy about doing these on Very Easy (Yunica's is sketchy even then), because you have to sit through an obscenely long cutscene on every attempt. If you lose, it's faster to tab out, force-close, and restart the game from Steam than it is to sit through the two more cutscenes that happen afterward.
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Ki11s0n3 Mar 20, 2013 @ 2:28pm 
Originally posted by Waypoint:
1) After you beat the Blighted Blood boss as Hugo, plot happens and you have to beat it again with a hilariously powerful thing that lets you kill it in seconds. The achievement is for doofing around enough that you die anyway.

2) and 3) are for beating the Guilty Fire midbosses that you're supposed to lose to. Both of them are copies of the ones you fight as the second-to-last boss -- while their movesets are less complex, they're dramatically overtuned for your level and you don't have some of the tools that might make them slightly more reasonable by the end of the game.

Hugo's isn't really that bad. Just shield up, kite him around until he does a finisher, then shoot him in the face while he stands still. It's pretty much identical to how you fight the same boss for real near the end of the game, just with considerably less margin for error because you die in a few hits if he catches you with your shield down, and you don't have Burst to fall back on.

Yunica's is a cheap overpowered ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, you don't have the attack that lets you clear the screen of clutter, (which ironically you get right after fighting him in Guilty Fire), and it's half luck because he can randomly overlap attacks in ways that are impossible to dodge. You should almost certainly do it on Very Easy, because he really is that obnoxious (if anything, he's actually even worse in the endgame fight, but at least you have a Retry button for that). Here's the video I used for reference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF5f48eTGlc

In both cases, make sure to pick up the Ring Armor just outside the midboss room, because it's the difference between dying in five hits and dying in two. Obviously save before fighting them. If you're hitting them for embarrassing amounts of damage, backtrack and grind a level or two. Don't be shy about doing these on Very Easy (Yunica's is sketchy even then), because you have to sit through an obscenely long cutscene on every attempt. If you lose, it's faster to tab out, force-close, and restart the game from Steam than it is to sit through the two more cutscenes that happen afterward.
Question, I am thinking about creating a game for both yunica and hugo on very easy, is it any easier that way for the 2 achievements?
Waypoint Mar 20, 2013 @ 2:33pm 
Yes. Considerably. If for no other reason than that it takes like 10 minutes to try again, though going up against a boss with slightly less overbalanced attack and defense helps too.

Seriously, you may well have less time investment going through the first 10 floors on Very Easy to beat your head against a slightly less obnoxious brick wall, than to do it as part of your main Normal playthrough. Like I said, Hugo's is doable on Normal (I think it only took me like two tries, and if you can pull that off, the real thing will feel trivial) but Yunica's really is that much of a PITA.
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moro Aug 11, 2014 @ 12:55pm 
Originally posted by Waypoint:
Yes. Considerably. If for no other reason than that it takes like 10 minutes to try again, though going up against a boss with slightly less overbalanced attack and defense helps too.

Seriously, you may well have less time investment going through the first 10 floors on Very Easy to beat your head against a slightly less obnoxious brick wall, than to do it as part of your main Normal playthrough. Like I said, Hugo's is doable on Normal (I think it only took me like two tries, and if you can pull that off, the real thing will feel trivial) but Yunica's really is that much of a PITA.

so it is easyer on lower dificultys, thats good so it might be worth it to try taht, i allmost had it on my second atempt but since then ive just gotten worse q.q
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