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Witcher 3 - The White Lady (Death March) - Why You Shouldn't Try to Plough a Noonwraith

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Haeravon battles The White Lady, a Noonwraith terrorizing the outskirts of Novigrad! - Use Quen to mitigate damage and heal. - Plant a Yrden trap to force her to take a corporeal form. - Defeat her clone-wraiths quickly! - Use Tawny Owl to regenerate stamina and Specter Oil to deal more damage. Check out the full guide at: http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3 Ebook versions of the guides can be purchased on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871

Witcher 3: Nithral (Death March) - Wild Hunt = Discount Shelf Boogeymen

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Haeravon encounters Nithral... sorry... *deep voice* NITRAL, OF THE WILD HUNT in some Elven Ruins. Watch Haeravon dispel some of the Wild Hunt's mystique in this video! - Use Quen to mitigate damage and heal. - Elementa Oil will increase damage against the Hounds of the WIld Hunt. - Strong attack and dodge. - Try not to laugh at Nithral's weakness. Check out the full guide at: http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3 Ebook versions of the guides can be purchased on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871

Witcher 3: Shrieker (Death March) - Surprisingly Not Much Shrieking Involved!

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Haeravon battles the Shrieker, a Cockatrice that's been terrorizing the environs around Crow's Perch. - Shoot it out of the sky with your Crossbow or Aard. - Use the Quen Sign to protect yourself. - Draconid Oil will increase sword damage. - Use Tawny Owl to increase your stamina regeneration. - Inflict poison damage with the Viper Silver Sword. Check out the full guide at: http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3 Ebook versions of the guides can be purchased on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871

Witcher 3: Ifrit (Death March) - Basically a Lazy Golem Palette-Swap + Fire

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

While exploring the elven ruins where Phillipa Eilhart was supposedly residing, Geralt will encounter an Ifrit. Defeat the beast so you can search Phillipa's Lair! - Use Aard to temporarily snuff its flames. - The Cat Potion will make it easier to see in the depths. - Use the Quen Sign to protect yourself. - Elemental Oil increases sword damage. Check out the full guide at: http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3 Ebook versions of the guides can be purchased on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871

Witcher 3: Gwent - Marquise Serenity - Who Goes to a Brothel to Play Cards?

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Geralt visits the Passiflora brothel and does his second favorite thing in such an establishment - plays some Gwent with the madam! Emerge victorious in your game of Gwent and Marquise Serenity will yield the Morvran Voorhis hero card for the Nilfgaardian deck. Check out the full guide at: http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3 Ebook versions of the guides can be purchased on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871

Witcher 3: Gwent - Old Sage of Benek - Sage Predicts Future, Still Sucks at Gwent

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Old Sage in Benek - whose foresight doesn't benefit him at cards - is Geralt's next Gwent target, and part of the quest "Gwent: Velen Players", started during the quest "Bloody Baron" after defeat said Bloody Baron at a game of Gwent. For defeating the Old Sage will earn you the Crone: Weavess card. Check out the full guide at: http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3 Ebook versions of the guides can be purchased on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness - Der Suul Boss Fight - Death Spam, The Boss

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness

The boss fight with Der Suul will happen right after the events in the Trei'kur Slaughtery. The biggest annoyance with this boss battle is that you can't save directly before it, which means you'll have to do all of the stuff at the end of the Slaughtery over again if you happen to die against Der Suul, which is definitely possible, as he is a challenging boss. Before you go to fight him, you can do a few things to prepare yourself for the battle. If you have the Synthesis specialty skill maxed out, you will be able to use six items when trying to create a new one. Should you happen to have six Wires on hand (you can buy some in Central Resulia), use those to try and get a very nice piece of armor called Elemental Leather (SAVE BEFORE ATTEMPTING AND AFTER A SUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT). This armor should have a good 100 or so more defense over the best store-bought armor, as well as +40 to four resistances. In addition to the above, if you happen to have a lot of Silver and Fire Gems in your inventory, you can use those to create Fire Armlets with the Smithery skill (level 2; four Silver and one Fire Gem). You only want to try to create some for your melee characters, as Fiore, Miki and Emmerson should be kept out of the way. Depending on how many you make, you can use Augmentation to stack the 5% chance to null fire damage onto a single Fire Armlet. With all of that out of the way, it's time to face Der Suul. When the battle begins, take out his cronies, knowing that more will periodically show up as the fight drags on. Unless they're annoying you, it's best to ignore them and concentrate solely on Der Suul. Speaking of him, Der Suul starts out rather simple and will switch his skills up at 50% health. - Normal attacks (can hit multiple characters) - Stomp - Melee attack that hits one character - Oculus Flare (50% and below) - Shoots a large fireball at a single character - Spicule (50% and below) - Jumps into the air and crashes into the ground, creating a large explosion that hits multiple times for heavy damage The one move you want to keep an eye out for is called Spicule, which is very dangerous and could possibly one-shot some of your weaker characters. It is imperative that you manually control Miki, Fiore and Emmerson to keep them away from the action, if you are able to, since the blast radius can be quite big. The worst thing about this is that Der Suul has the potential to spam this move over and over, so it's random on whether or not he wants to destroy your party. If you have Faerie Light for Miki, that should be the only healing spell she needs (otherwise use Faerie Healing), in addition to Raise Dead. One of the simpler ways to do this battle is to keep control of Miki and just spam your group heal whenever anyone has lost some health, as the AI has the tendency to not cast it right away. This should hopefully keep everyone's health topped off, although it's still possible for a character or two to die from Spicule. Check out the full guide: http://www.gamerguides.com/star-ocean-integrity-and-faithlessness/information =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Official Site: https://www.gamerguides.com/ iTunes App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/gamerguides Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gamerguides =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness - Protecting Anne (Third Time) - This One is Easy!

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness

From the previous protection mission with Anne, you will enter the Symbological Facility Prime and be faced with another mission where you need to protect Anne. This one is definitely a lot easier than the previous two, as Anne is inside of a room and the enemies will have to funnel in through the doorway to get to her. While it's inevitable that enemies will get inside, Anne being in a separate room makes it easier to manage. As before, you will want to put defensive equipment and Roles on Anne, with the addition of Assassin so enemies will try to target her less. To be on the safe side, have Miki only have her healing spells on and try to keep her in the same room as Anne, should an emergency rise. The rest of the party will be attacking the four waves of enemies that will appear. The first wave will consist of some Kronos enemies, some of which are spellcasters, so they should probably be taken out first. After that will be the second wave, consisting of the Seventh Core enemies you've been seeing around the facility. The third and fourth waves are simply repeats of the first two, with the protection mission ending once you've defeated all of the enemies. Check out the full guide: http://www.gamerguides.com/star-ocean-integrity-and-faithlessness/information =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Official Site: https://www.gamerguides.com/ iTunes App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/gamerguides Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gamerguides =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness - Protecting Anne (Second Time) - Fragile Handle With Care

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness

You will come upon a second time where you need to protect Anne when you're looking for some building in the Trei'kuran Dunes. This will pop up outside of the facility when you are waiting for Anne to uncloak the entrance and it can be one of the more difficult ones in the game, as the area is wide open and one particular enemy spells trouble later on. Luckily for you, the thing is timed and doesn't last too long, with the protection mission abruptly ending once Anne has done her thing. As before, you want to equip defensive Roles and equipment on Anne, as well as Assassin. If you want to use Warrior/Machine Slayer on her for the extra defense, go ahead and do that, as the enemies will consist mainly of Kronos' soldiers and some big robots later on. Miki should be your designated healer and have all of her offensive spells shut off (Set Battle Skills, then Square to access that), with all other characters simply set to attack. Mentioned before, the battle will begin with only Kronos enemies showing up, some of which are ranged ones. After a period of time has elasped, a big machine called a Phantom Dragoon with appear and you will want to take this out as quickly as possible, as it is the biggest troublemaker. Not only is it immune to knockback, but it has a nasty flamethrower attack once it moves in close enough. If you feel you are having trouble, take control of Miki and spam heals, and don't forget you have access to your Reserve Rush skills. Check out the full guide: http://www.gamerguides.com/star-ocean-integrity-and-faithlessness/information =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Official Site: https://www.gamerguides.com/ iTunes App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/gamerguides Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gamerguides =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness - Niflhel/Niflheim Boss Fight - The Doublemint Armor Twins

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness

In the Western Dakaav Tunnel, you will come across two large suits of armor that block your way to the exit. These are Niflhel and Niflheim, and while they move very slow, they pack quite the punch. Niflhel is the one with the hammer, while Niflheim is the armor with the sword and shield. Of the two, Niflhel has the potential to do more damage to your overall party than the other. Its moves include: - Hard Pressed - Overhead swing that hits the ground a little bit in front of it (can miss if you are hugging the boss) - Solemate Spear - A quick poke with the handle of the hammer - Clean Sweep - Horizontal swing that can shoot debris to hit a character at range - Tremblor - Overhead swing similar to Hard Pressed, but with a larger impact and can launch characters into air Niflheim's attacks include the following: - Normal one-two swing with his sword - Stronger single slash with sword - Nether Strike - Overhead sword strike that hits the ground in front of him, causing an eruption - Galesheen Blade - Launches a projectile similar to Wind Blade that goes straight As long as Miki can outheal the two bosses, then you shouldn't really have much trouble with this fight. One particular thing of note is that they can be paralyzed, so if Fiore has Lightning Blast, turn off all of her other spells so she only uses that one. This makes the fight A LOT easier than before if the bosses end up getting paralyzed. Check out the full guide: http://www.gamerguides.com/star-ocean-integrity-and-faithlessness/information =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Official Site: https://www.gamerguides.com/ iTunes App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/gamerguides Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gamerguides =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness - Protecting Anne - Like Moths to a Flame

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness

When you enter Cryptic Research Facility in Trei'kuran Dunes and reach the end of it, you'll have to protect Anne while she retrieves some information from a computer console. If her health falls to 0 at all during the battle, then you'll receive a Game Over, so it's important to keep her alive. There are a few things you can do to keep her breathing. The biggest problem with this is that you don't have Miki during this portion of the game, so you have to resort to Fiore being your intermittent healer (she should have the Healing skill) - Equip Anne with defensive equipment and Roles - If you have Assassin Role, equip it on Anne - Equip Fiore with both the Healer and Savior Roles - Disable all of Fiore's offensive spells (Set Battle Skills and press Square to access the ability to turn spells on/off) - Equip either Emmerson or Fidel with Machine Slayer Role You only have three enemies to deal with in the ensuing battle, but they will highly likely go straight after Anne. The Sentinel is the easiest of the three and should be dealt with first, as it doesn't have a lot of health. The Robo Gunners, on the other hand, do have a lot of HP, so they will take a while to kill. They also have an annoying move where they jump into the air and crash into the ground, damaging everyone around them. You can always supplement Fiore's healing with items, as you will likely need to. Check out the full guide: http://www.gamerguides.com/star-ocean-integrity-and-faithlessness/information =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Official Site: https://www.gamerguides.com/ iTunes App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/gamerguides Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gamerguides =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness - Pavine Boss Fight - Pew Pew Pew!

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness

You'll fight Pavine at the end of the Northern Territory of Sohma area, on your first visit there. He can be a challenging boss fight, due to his high damage, normal enemies that accompany him, and a twist that happens later on in the fight. The first thing you need to do is defeat all of the regular enemies, as they might try to gang up on Miki, who you will needed during the fight to heal your wounds. Keep an extra eye on everyone's health and if needed, toss out a healing item if things get too hairy. Once you've taken them out, you can now concentrate on Pavine. He has a lot of health and some particularly nasty moves. Lightning Blast - Fires a beam of lightning (wind-element) straight in front of him Wind Blade - The same as Fiore's spell; fires a "blade" of wind that goes straight Redeployment - Allows Pavine to teleport around the battlefield Ignition Burst - Machine-gun fire on a single target Ignitiion X - Tosses out grenades that explode shortly after hitting ground Ignition Y - Causes an explosion in front of him It isn't until his health is under 50% and after a short scene that things become dangerous, as Miki and Relia get taken out of the battle. Since no one else has healing spells, you will need to rely on items to replenish your HP. It's a good idea to use an item whenever anyone's HP gets below half, so they don't get too close to the brink of death. Pavine doesn't have any new moves in this stage, so it'll still be the same battle as before. If you were saving a Reserve Rush, it's a good idea to pull it off in the latter half of the fight. Check out the full guide: http://www.gamerguides.com/star-ocean-integrity-and-faithlessness/information =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Official Site: https://www.gamerguides.com/ iTunes App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/gamerguides Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gamerguides =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

The Witcher 3: Gwent: Velen Players - Boatwright's Leaky Gwent Game

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

We apologise there was an audio problem during the first 30 seconds of this recording. -- Geralt challenges the Boatwright in Oreton to a friendly game of Gwent, with one of the Boatwright's unique cards on the line! This is part of the quest "Gwent: Velen Players", started during the quest "Bloody Baron" after defeat said Bloody Baron at a game of Gwent. For defeating the Boatwright you'll get the Letho of Gulet hero card. Check out the full guide at: http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3 Ebook versions of the guides can be purchased on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871

The Witcher 3: Gwent - Haddy - Armed Old Man Steals Child's Trading Cards

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Geralt goes one-on-one with the Gwent savant of Midcopse; Haddy! Who has the best Northern Kingdoms deck in Velen? Who does lady luck favor most? Haddy is the final opponent in the quest "Gwent: Velen Players", started during the quest "Bloody Baron" after defeat said Bloody Baron at a game of Gwent. For defeating Haddy you'll get the Vernon Roche hero card and for completing the quest "Gwent: Velen Players" you'll also get the Eredin, Bringer of Death card. Check out the full guide at: http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3 Ebook versions of the guides can be purchased on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871

The Witcher 3: - Botchling (Death March!) - Because "Abortionling" Was Too Triggering

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Haeravon battles the Botchling during the quest "Family Matters". Dispense with Quen for most of the fight and supplement your melee damage with Igni to wear the Botchling down. When it summons Wraiths, dispatch them quickly, then use Axii to drop its guard before continuing your assault! - Fast attack (up to three times) - Dodge (after attacking, when the Botchling hops back to counter) - Igni (supplement sword damage, fire DoT) - Quen alternate mode (damage blocked heals Geralt) - Axii (makes Botchling retract spines, stops regeneration) - Cursed Oil (on Botchling) - Specter Oil (on Wraiths) Check out the full guide at www.gamerguides.com/witcher3

Witcher 3: Royal Griffin (Death March) - Not Going to Help Geralt Shake That Whole Regicide Thing...

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Haeravon battles the Royal Griffin during the quest "The Beast of White Orchard" on Death March difficulty in The Witcher 3! Make use of the Quen sign to protect yourself from damage, wait for an opening (or a full stamina bar so you can reapply Quen), perform a strong attack, roll away, repeat. You'll want to make use of the Viper Silver Sword to inflict poison damage, and perhaps the Tawny Owl potion to speed up stamina regeneration. Repeat until victorious! - Quen sign (absorbs damage) - Viper Silver Sword (superior silver sword, applies poison DoT) - Strong strike - Roll (don't get greedy, attack and roll, attack when Quen is up and) - Crossbow (shoot Royal Griffin out of sky, attack while grounded) - Tawny Owl (increases stamina regen, hence Quen uptime) Check out the full guide at: http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3

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