Would I be able to beat Corvus?

  1. I'm just wondering if I'm ready for the final (3) boss(es) yet? I've heard that Corvus' first form is a push over, Barbarus is a step up from Corvus, and Corvus' final form is a worthy final boss.

    My current team consists of...

    Knil (Hero) - Lvl 38 Paladin
    w/ the following equipment and skills;
    Uber Falcon Blade, Silver Shield, Dragon Warrior Helm/Armour/Gloves/Trousers/Boots, & Lucky Pendant
    100 - Virtue
    100 - Courage
    100 - Focus
    100 - Guts
    100 - Sword
    40 - Shield
    16 - Acquisitiveness

    Krillin - Lvl 36 Gladiator
    w/ the following equipment and skills;
    Kite Claws, Platinum Headgear, Mirror Armour, Light Gauntlets, Iron Kneecaps, Payback Pumps, & Mighty Armlet
    100 - Guts
    100 - Courage
    100 - Focus
    100 - Claw
    100 - Virtue
    16 - Acquisitiveness

    Eighteen - Lvl 35 Sage
    w/ the following equipment and skills;
    Magic Mace, Enchanted Shield, Spellward Circlet, Magic Armour, Magic Mittens, Tantric Trousers, Stiletto Heels, & Brainy Bracer
    100 - Enlightenment
    100 - Faith
    100 - Virtue
    100 - Fource
    100 - Wand
    16 - Focus
    16 - Acquisitiveness

    Jessica - Lvl 35 Sage
    w/ the following equipment and skills;
    Sceptre of Gitt, Dark Shield, Gold Circlet, Magic Armour, Magic Mittens, Magical Skirt, High Heels, & Elfin Charm
    100 - Enlightenment
    100 - Spellcraft
    100 - Virtue
    100 - Fource
    100 - Wand
    16 - Focus
    16 - Acquisitiveness

    Also I had gotten my team to at least 38 in their original vocations before I reincarnated them. They were originally;
    Knil - 39 Minstrel
    Krillin - 39 Martial Artist
    Eighteen - 38 Priest
    Jessica - 38 Mage

    Any advice/help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance :)

    User Info: xKnilx

    xKnilx - 5 years ago
  2. Additional Details:
    Never mind... I just took him on, it was painfully easy. Having Virtue, Courage, Focus, and Guts maxed on my two melee characters was a Godsend, and maxing out Virtue on my casters for the Defense and HP bonus was smart. I had my Paladin guard everyone, while my Gladiator tensioned up, my 1st sage buffed the team (Then I spammed Multiheal), and my 2nd sage augmented my melee fighters with Life Force (Then I spammed Boom). Once I hit max tension on my Gladiator, I hacked away with him and my Paladin.

    I think that I was over-prepared. Corvus was painfully easy, I hope these Legacy bosses provide a bit of a challenge. DracoLord ftw!!

    User Info: xKnilx

    xKnilx - 5 years ago

Answers

  1. I'd have them all atleast level 38 if I were you.

    User Info: ss14hero

    ss14hero - 5 years ago 0 1
  2. Just lvl up more and change one of your sages into a warrior so you have a backup damage dealer :p

    User Info: iduke4

    iduke4 - 5 years ago 0 0
  3. If I were you I'd level up more and change a sage, and try to get as many spells as you can. It takes alotta work to wear down those bosses.

    User Info: gingercarrot495

    gingercarrot495 - 2 years ago 0 0
  4. I can tell you, the legacy bosses are verry much a challange if un prepared. My first legacy boss fight my average level was 60 and baramos wiped me out in two turns. But if you are strtegic enough with your skill points its no big deal, untill the higher levels that is

    User Info: Gameslayer99

    Gameslayer99 - 3 months ago 0 0
  5. Lel only six years late XD

    User Info: Gameslayer99

    Gameslayer99 - 3 months ago 0 0

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