ZethaPonderer wrote:I wonder what would've happened if I kill Hedva then egress from the battle? Would Hedva still be there so I could've potentially power-leveled right then and there? Pretty grim and sadistic way of doing it so I'm not going to bother trying. I just think that's a little too cheap for my taste so I'll just take the challenging route.
Yeah she'll be there again if you return and come back. Plus yes, whilst I usually love to powerlevel, I never can on that battle due to the fact that the only enemy that gives any decent EXP is Hedva. Can't keep killing poor Hedva
The same for me. Also getting good experience from one of the avilable enemies without much HP is not really what I would call the perfect situation for fast powerlevelling.
Would all those kills actually been visible in her status screen later?
Same here. Chapter 3: Battle 2 is where SF3 - Scenario 2 really takes the kid's gloves off.
I'm still stuck fighting the Kraken Battle at Chapter 3: Battle 5. Enemies so far don't give a lot of experience to my surprise. I want enemies to give me crazy EXP. Where's my 49 EXP? XD Just gonna abuse those Swift Boots to level up Medion so I can promote him and let him become just as overpowered as Julian. As for the rest of my force, they'll get the experience on the next Chapter.
Scenario 2 is probably looking pretty hard. But the question is, is this the hardest scenario compare to Scenario 1 and 3?
Even with the difficulty spike in this battle and the following chapter, Sc 2 is still the easiest one. Once you reach chapter 5, even a not powerleveled Force will steamroll through most battles.
DomingoRules! wrote:Just frustrating because of the potential of counterattacks. However, maybe if I hadn't been so intent on utilizing Dispel, there may have been a way to more effectively utilize the battlefield to my advantage.
DomingoRules! wrote:My problem with the Hedva battle is that I felt like there wasn't any real solution. It was just, "Do the battle, and pray every time she attacks, you don't counterattack and one-shot her." That in turn transformed the battle into a senseless fight of constant saving, where the saves basically robbed the entire battle of all consequences since it indirectly rendered it possible to reset anytime anything happened. Unless there's a way to always stay ahead of her, which I didn't try since my whole plan for the fight was to just keep her silenced to avoid Freeze.
Actually the solution is something you proposed in another situation: un-equip your weapon
Normally I use this approach: I let her deplete all her MP and then I lure her away from the other enemies with Medion. Depending on his stats he has the life ring equipped (when she does only 1 damage with her attacks) or the life ring equipped and the protect ring in inventory.