- Dec 14, 2018
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They were in the Timmy and Tommy shop. Why Timmy and Tommy were selling an ancient evil mask capable of pulling the moon out of orbit, I'll never know.Check the shops then. I have it and I haven't 100%'ed WoL yet. I had to buy quite a few of them because they didn't show up on the board.
I just beat that spirit battle, and, yeah, you definitely want Ness out of the picture ASAP. Ana herself is a Franklin Badge support Spirit, and I used her to beat Ho-oh (though it took me several tries, as my strongest primary spirit with more than one support slot is currently Bomberman... I eventually ended up cheesing the fight by having Charizard bounced off the screen by the fire pillars).Focus on Ness first, PK Fire is just the worst. If you have a spirit with Franklin Badge, that will help out enormously.
How does one figure this out without the internet? Is there a hint somewhere in WoL? I haven't beaten it yet, but I want to be more attentive if that's the case.[SPOILER = "mii fighter location"]
The sacred Iand. Go to the torches that represent the clock. Put in the time 4:40. Boom. Mii fighter
Giant Richter. Just drop down from the starting ledge and his whip reaches across the entire stage. I cleared it in 4 F smashes. Sheriff never even got to fire a shot.The way I defeated the 9 Volt and 18 Volt challenge was the Golden Dash Mushroom but any item that makes you giant will do. Personally I used Bowser, because Giant Bowser doesn't flinch at much, not even the Sheriff can do much damage before dying thanks to Bowser now getting crazy big hitboxes.
The first time I did this one, I went around to get Link. Then I just abused his boomerang and forward smashes. There's no shame in leaving this one for later if it keeps you giving you problems. If you get a spirit that gives you an Ore Club or Deep Diver it should do the trick too.Does anyone have any tips for beating fiora?
Simon is also really good, if you want to play "fairly" without exploiting super armor. Cycling between Cross, Axe, and Holy Water gives you a powerful keep-away game, and the whip is a potent midrange kill tool. Just make sure you use all that range. The Castlevania guys aren't that great in close quarters combat.The first time I did this one, I went around to get Link. Then I just abused his boomerang and forward smashes. There's no shame in leaving this one for later if it keeps you giving you problems. If you get a spirit that gives you an Ore Club or Deep Diver it should do the trick too.
Giant Belmont's whip can reach all the way across the Gamer stage, and can take out Sheriff with one shot if you're strong enough.For very tough stamina battles like The Boss or M Bison, I had to cheese these fights with DK’s Down B. It works like most of the time. I beat Wily on the first try because I had Lucas and used Down B. The Megamen used their pellets most of the time, which would heal me when it hits the shield. Be careful though, as the saw blade and leaf shield wouldn’t work. Also Metal Killer is a must. Really makes these metal fights easier. Dr. Mario is just a standard fight after that. So far, the hardest one is 9-Volt and 18-Volt. Absolutely infuriating. Even with the assist killer, Sheriff is still a nuisance. Fortunately, I managed to beat that one as well. Just go straight for Sheriff then go for Incineroar and finally Villager, all while avoiding the Boss Galagas.
Isn't this Ridley also giant? In which case, having a Giant Killer support spirit helps. Now even though Ridley has super armour, he still takes knockback from grabs, so going for a Strong Throw support spirit isn't a bad idea. Might also be wise to equip a spirit that boosts either attack or defense when at critical damage. I'd recommend Incineroar, since his Side-B can do tremendous damage and knockback if timed right, his back throw does more knockback than Ness's, and his Down-B can make his moves even stronger.This spirit I'm fighting, the Dark Emperor is a ****ing headache. It's a fight against a Ridley that has super armor, high defense, AND heavy armor, which makes him outrageously hard to flinch. Oh, and it's NOT a stamina battle. I can rack this *****'s damage up to like 200% and still barely launch him, and then he can just Side B to deal 30+ damage and kill me outright. Oh, AND the fight's on that MiiTopia stage, which heavily benefits his combat style. Any requests for cheesing this one?
Thanks for the tips. Just killed that ***** today.Isn't this Ridley also giant? In which case, having a Giant Killer support spirit helps. Now even though Ridley has super armour, he still takes knockback from grabs, so going for a Strong Throw support spirit isn't a bad idea. Might also be wise to equip a spirit that boosts either attack or defense when at critical damage. I'd recommend Incineroar, since his Side-B can do tremendous damage and knockback if timed right, his back throw does more knockback than Ness's, and his Down-B can make his moves even stronger.
This is for everyone who wants to know how to make the final boss in WoL a complete joke:Anyone know how I am legitimately supposed to beat the true final battle on hard without losing a stock? I've beaten it with Kirby on around my 40th try, but apparently the up scrolling thing as boss rush count as the final battle. And I'm not using golden hammers...
Bowser's command grab is also great against super armored opponents probably second best after Ridley. I've found Ridley and Bowser's grabs to be significantly better than Incineroar or Ganondorf's for dealing with armored opponents.I beat him twice with Ridley. All I did was beat the small Bowser without taking damage, then using fireballs and Ridley's command grab to keep him away. If all fire balls hit, they do around 30%, and his command grab keeps him off-stage and also does quite a bit of damage. I also found that the Runner skill is pretty good for it.