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    Edge Master Mode FAQ by AnotherGamer
    Version 1.21
    
    Copyright: Use for whatever you want, as long as you don't cut out my name
    and claim this FAQ to be yours and no money is involved. 
    
    Intro: Since the other Edge Master Mode FAQ I've seen is mainly a list of
    tasks you need accomplish to beat opponents and what weapons you get from them,
    I've decided to whip up something a bit different. This is supposed to be a
    guide of how to actually win those seemingly impossible fights instead of
    providing oh-so-helpful info such as "beat Voldo with CriticalEdge". I'll
    list the characters in the order they appear in character select screen.
    
    General Info: Self-explainatory.
    Episode: Episode's number and name, given by the game (Hey, that rhymes!-))
    Opponent: Also self-explainatory. In case of several opponents, I'll just
    use name used next to energy meter.
    Weapon: Also self-explainatory. In case of several opponents, I'll list their
    weapons in the same order.
    Relative difficulty: Difficulty of the battle based upon my experience.
    Recomended weapon: Self-explanatory.
    Tactics: All that this FAQ is about. Info on winning the battle if you get
    stumped.
    Weapon received: Guess what? Self-explainatory. If you need any further info
    about the weapon, consult my crappy weapon FAQ. I'll use spellings I've used
    to seeing instead of ones the game gives you.
    Final Weapon: After beating Cerv & Soulie, you can get this by wandering
    around randomly all over the map and winning battles. If that doesn't appeal
    you, consult the Soul Edge Secrets FAQ by Richard Uyeyama.
    
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    Hwang Sung Kyung
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    General info: Hwang's B,B,A,B_d+A is a pretty good CPU killer that can be
    followed up by d/f+K ground attack. d/f+A,A,B is a good move too since it hits
    at all three heights. Generally, EMM with Hwang isn't too hard.
    
    Episode 1: The Pirate's Castle
    Opponent: Heishiro Mitsurugi
    Weapon: Korefuji
    Relative difficulty: If you can't beat him, you definately need practice!-)
    Recomended weapon: Blue Storm
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 35 seconds
    Tactics: Since he's Hwang's first opponent, he shouldn't pose much of a
    threat. Use B,B,A,B_d+A followed by d/f+K and he'll go down without much of a
    trouble. The time limit's not that strict to limit you much.
    Weapon received: Nippon Blade
    
    Episode 2: The Old Temple
    Opponent: Seung Han Myong
    Weapon: Mountain Breaker
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard, but can take a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Nippon Blade
    Special requirements for victory: Endure Han's attack for 20 seconds
    Tactics: Well, it depends...If you're good, you can preasure him with constant   
    attacks and survive the 20 seconds pretty easily. Alternatively, you can
    block or sidestep everything he throws at you. The main problem is that the
    ring is so small so he might ring-out you quite easily. If you haven't
    equipped Nippon Blade by now (and why on earth you wouldn't have done so is
    beyond me:)), do so immediatedly!-)
    Weapon received: Mountain Breaker
    
    Episode 3: The Gorge
    Opponent: Li Long
    Weapon: Snake Wind
    Relative difficulty: This can be a major pain. Prepare to be frustrated.
    Recomended weapon: Mountain Breaker
    Special requirements for victory: Beat Long with throws WHILE POISONED!
    Tactics: This battle can be so damn frustrating. My tactic includes trying
    to throw at every opportunity. Try dash out, dash in and a quick throw. Btw,
    equiping Mountain Breaker helps also, since with it, you only need 2 throws
    to beat him, while using Blue Storm or Nippon Blade leaves him with tiny
    amount of life after 2 throws. Such is the difference that one point of
    power can do:) Finally, use Steel Avalance (B+G) as a throw since it does
    more damage (and looks cooler:)).
    Weapon received: Thunderous Fire
    
    Episode 4: The Desert
    Opponent: Seung Mi Na
    Weapon: Nagamaki (book says it's Halberd but it's incorrect)
    Relative difficulty: Quite easy
    Recomended weapon: Nippon Blade
    Special requirements for victory: Knock away her weapon
    Tactics: Pretty easy. Equip Nippon Blade since it's got the highest strenght
    of weapons you've gotten by this point. Just whack away with some quick moves
    (A,A,A works pretty well) and you'll break her weapon pretty easily.
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 5: The Colosseum
    Opponent: Mitsurugi, Taki, Li Long, Rock
    Weapon: Kojiro's Sword, Kunai(?), Phoenix, Twin Ax
    Relative difficulty: Can take some time because of amount of opponents, but
    not overly hard.
    Recomended weapon: Nippon Blade
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Mitsurugi can be pain in the butt, mainly because that Kojiro's Sword
    has such a long reach. Luckily, it can't take too much punishment. Taki, on
    the other hand, isn't too hard, since her Kunai is such a weak weapon. Li Long
    can be hard, too, since he's so fast and Phoenix is pretty fast weapon, too.
    Rock can also be nasty, since his moves are so damaging.
    Weapon received: Falchion
    
    Episode 6: Eurydice Shrine
    Opponent: Sophitia(x2), Hwang
    Weapon: Gaea Sword(x2), Sword Of Dawn
    Relative difficulty: At par with Episode 3, meaning _HARD_
    Recomended weapon: Nippon Blade, Falchion
    Special requirements for victory: Defeat everyone with juggles
    Tactics: If you're the local juggle master, this episode will be good
    practice for you. If not, well, then you'd better start training <g>.
    Seriously, if you chose the Nippon Blade, you can try d/f+B, A,A,A for some good
    damage. If you chose the Falchion, you can try the same, but it's much harder to
    do since it's so heavy. Instead, if you are not that good with juggles, you
    can try f,f+K,K,K. It's a triple flying kick that juggles on second or third
    hit if the first or second hit hits. It does more damage if second hit hits
    and third juggles. (Can it be explained any unclearer?-))
    Weapon received: Sword Of Dawn
    
    Episode 7: The Secret Treasury
    Opponent: Voldo (3 rounds)
    Weapon: Iron Claw, Poison Arrow, Buffalo Horn
    Relative difficulty: Not that hard, but can pose some problem
    Recomended weapon: Falchion
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Not much to say, just use the standard B,B,A,d+A d/f+K constantly.
    He can get nasty, though, especially on final round since Buffalo Horn
    recovers his energy.
    Weapon received: Midas Blade
    
    Episode 8 & 9: The Final Battle
    Opponent: Cervantes & SoulEdge
    Weapon: Soul Edge
    Relative difficulty: Can be quite frustrating
    Recomended weapon: Midas Blade
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Cervie can be pretty cheap opponent, since he's constantly attacking
    you from all heights. Be defensive and kick his ass with You-Know-What-Move
    whenever you get the chance. SoulEdge isn't as agressive as Cerv, he likes to
    dash around and attack occationally so he can be pretty unpredictable. You
    might want to try a CriticalEdge for him.
    Final Weapon: Phantom
    
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    Rock (Nathaniel William Adams)
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    General info: Rock has two moves that can take out CPU opponents quite easily.
    f+A,A,A does good damage and hits high, high, low. f,f+A,B does at least the
    same amount of damage in addition of knocking a huge chunk off their weapon
    meter if they block, though it's slower. There is also B,B,B that can be quite
    powerful but it's slow and completely vertical, though you might want to
    give it a shot every now and then. Use his special throw (Qcb+A&G) whenever 
    you need fast damage (or throws only), and it will often hit after a F+A just 
    as it would on a human opponent.
    
    
    Episode 1: The Journey
    Opponent: Voldo
    Weapon: Katar
    Relative difficulty: Easy peasy
    Recomended weapon: Battle Ax
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Probably as simple as it can get. Just maul him with your best moves.
    Weapon received: Stone Club
    
    Episode 2: The Shrine Of Confined Demons
    Opponent: Mitsurugi, Taki, Rock
    Weapon: Korefuji, Rekkimaru, Cresent Ax
    Relative difficulty: Might take a few tries but not too hard
    Recomended weapon: Stone Club, Battle Ax
    Special requirements for victory: Your energy falls down slowly 
    Tactics: Not very hard. If you think you can beat them without blocking much,
    use Stone Club, but if you are worried about the block damage, use Battle Ax.
    Weapon received: Cresent Ax
    
    Episode 3: The Desert
    Opponent: Hwang, Mi Na
    Weapon: Blue Storm, Zanbatoh
    Relative difficulty: Can possibly lead to some sort of frustration but not
    overly hard.
    Recomended weapon: Stone Club
    Special requirements for victory: Beat them with throws
    Tactics: Can be nasty, since you must win both rounds with throws. Luckily,
    Mi Na will lose all her energy from one. Stone Club is recomended because of
    damage and if you're only going to use throws, why bother yourself with your
    weapon's weight?-) Finally, use the headbutt-and-jump-on throw (forgot it's
    name) since it does more damage.
    Weapon received: War Hammer
    
    Episode 4: The Arena
    Opponent: Li Long, Sophitia, Mitsurugi
    Weapon: Steel Dragon, Sword Breaker, Korefuji
    Relative difficulty: Probably easiest battle you're going to do in this
    location.
    Recomended weapon: War Hammer
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Use War Hammer since it does so much damage and there are only 3
    opponents so you don't have to be afraid of getting killed. As you can see,
    first two have weapon-breaking weapons so that's another reason why you
    should use War Hammer.
    Weapon received: Twin Ax
    
    Episode 5: Ostrhinesburg Castle
    Opponent: Siegfried, Li Long
    Weapon: Hard Steel Blade, Snake Wind
    Relative difficulty: Can take quite a few tries
    Recomended weapon: War Hammer
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 20 seconds on both
    Tactics: Again, War Hammer is a good choice because of amount of damage it
    inflicts and that's the main thing here, kill as quick as possible. If you
    can't seem to kill them in time, consider a CriticalEdge.
    Weapon received: Cross Ax
    
    Episode 6: The Secret Treasury
    Opponent: Taki
    Weapon: Kunai
    Relative difficulty: Has some frustraton factor
    Recomended weapon: War Hammer, Cross Ax
    Special requirements for victory: You have only a tiny amount of life
    Tactics: Depends on your style and taste. If you think you can beat her
    without getting hit, use War Hammer but if you want to try being defensive,
    which I recommend, use Cross Ax.
    Weapon received: Double Tomahawk
    
    Episode 7: The Final Battle
    Opponent: Cervantes & SoulEdge
    Weapon: SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon:  War Hammer, Cross Ax
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Much like Taki. If you think you can beat them without much blocking,
    use War Hammer, but if you plan to be defensive, that I once again recommend,
    use Cross Ax. Use the CPU killer moves and it shouldn't take you too long to
    win.
    Final Weapon: Great Ax
    
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    Taki
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    General info: She's fast and should be played accordingly. As far as her
    CPU killer moves go, there's not too much of them. f,f+B can be useful
    sometimes since it's so quick and does good damage. If you want to break your
    opponent's weapon, the f+A,B,B,B is one of the best in the game for that
    purpose. It's weakness is that it's first hit is somewhat slow to come out.
    Hell, if you're desperate, you might even want to risk using her unblockable.
    It's somewhat fast as far as unblockables go and has pretty good range.
    Besides, it looks neat:) CPU also falls for B,A,f+K often, mix it up with 
    B,A,d+K for best results. On some opponents you can use the roll into blade 
    upper into kick (QCT,B,K) for an easy ring out... or use the roll into kick 
    (QCT, K) for some tiny damage and maybe follow with a WS move (B,B for example).
    
    Episode 1: The Shrine Of Confined Demons
    Opponent: Voldo
    Weapon: Katar
    Relative difficulty: Pretty hard for a first fight
    Recomended weapon: Rekkimaru
    Special requirements for victory: Beat Voldo with ring-out twice
    Tactics: Depends...in order to RO him, it's best to use juggles.
    If you're not so good of a juggler, you might want to try B,B,B in hopes of
    getting the last hit connect when he's near the edge. As far as juggles go,
    the general d/f+B, A,A,A does the trick quite nicely. Luckily, the ring is
    quite small. Alternatively, you might want to back up to the edge of ring,
    let him close in and at the last moment, use Stalker (f,f+A+B) to jump over
    him and literally kick his ass!-)
    Weapon received: Iron Fan
    
    Episode 2: The Pirate's Castle
    Opponent: Heishiro Mitsurugi
    Weapon: Korefuji
    Relative difficulty: Pretty easy, at least compared to previous one
    Recomended weapon: Rekkimaru
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 30 seconds
    Tactics: Not much to say, use pretty much whatever you want.
    Weapon received: Mekkimaru
    
    Episode 3: The Narrow Gorge
    Opponent: Li Long
    Weapon: Snake Wind
    Relative difficulty: Medium
    Recomended weapon: Mekkimaru
    Special requirements for victory: Beat him with throws
    Tactics: Not much to say here that hasn't been said before in similar
    episodes and wouldn't apply here as well. Use Mekkimaru since it does the
    most damage and use Human Trampoline (QCB+B+G) as throw since it does the
    most damage. If you're having problems with the command input, you can use
    Back Stabber (B+G) since it's her second most damaging throw.
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 4: The Fighting Arena
    Opponent: Mitsurugi, Mi Na, Hwang, Voldo
    Weapon: Iron Slasher, Zanbatoh, Mountain Breaker, Iron Claw
    Relative difficulty: Might pose some problem
    Recomended weapon: Rekkimaru, Mekkimaru
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: This can be hard since you don't have many good weapons at this
    point. Mekkimaru does good damage but uses energy, is slow and has low
    defence. Therefore, I recommend the good ole Rekkimaru. Mitsu can be somewhat
    nasty if you're a defensive player, since if you block too much, his Iron
    Slasher will hack your weapon to pieces. Mi Na with her Zanbatoh shouldn't be
    too difficult. Hwang and his Mountain Breaker might be a difficult opponent to
    overcome since MB is such a fast weapon. Voldo, on the other hand is quite
    easy, since that Iron Claw is a pretty crappy weapon.
    Weapon received: Jitte
    
    Episode 5: Eurydice Shrine
    Opponent: Sophtia, Taki
    Weapon: Gaea Sword, (R)(M)ekkimaru
    Relative difficulty: Not overly hard
    Recomended weapon: Mekkimaru, Jitte 
    Special requirements for victory: Beat Sophitia with CriticalEdge, Fake Taki
    normally
    Tactics: Hope you have practiced Critical Edges and their extensions,
    otherwise it's a damn good time to do so.<g> Seriously, just try to CE
    Sophie whenever she is close enough. Getting the extension to kick in is
    another story but it's not too hard to perform with Taki. Bear in mind that
    you only need to connect with one extended CE. The weapon selection here is
    mainly for fake Taki. I recommend Jitte since you can break her weapon quite
    easily with it and it's got pretty high defence.
    Weapon received: Gaea Sword
    
    Episode 6: Attack on Osthrinesburg Castle
    Opponent: Siegfried
    Weapon: Flamberge
    Relative difficulty: Can be difficult
    Recomended weapon: Mekkimaru, Jitte
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 20 seconds
    Tactics: Simple victory with time limit of 20 seconds. What's so hard with
    that? Well, his Flamberge is somewhat quick weapon and he's got pretty high
    difficulty AI. Once again, if it seems that you can't waste him fast enough,
    use a CriticalEdge.
    Weapon received: Kunai
    
    Episode 7: The Money Pit
    Opponent: Li Long
    Weapon: Snake Wind (wow, he sure likes this weapon:))
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon: Mekkimaru, Jitte
    Special requirements for victory: You're poisoned
    Tactics: Not much to say...just try to waste him before you die.
    Weapon received: Tanto
    
    Episode 8: The New Continent
    Opponent: Rock
    Weapon: Stone Club
    Relative difficulty: Could be nasty
    Recomended weapon: Tanto
    Special requirements for victory: Beat him with RO
    Tactics: Either you can do the same thing to him as you did to Voldo in the first
    episode, or you can try another tactic...Equip Tanto and fight him. Back away
    near the edge and start blocking. Since Tanto only has durability of 1, it'll
    break apart in no time. Now, just throw him and he'll go flying over the
    edge:)
    Weapon received: None 
    
    Episode 9 & 10: The Final Battle
    Opponent: Guess who? Cerv & Soulie!
    Weapon: SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Might be a major PITA
    Recomended weapon: Mekkimaru, Tanto
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Ouch, this is hard. As stated before, Taki has no guaranteed CPU
    killer moves. So, it's pretty hard to tell. You could try to give'em a taste
    of your trusty old CriticalEdge but you'll need about 2 each and you can do 3
    per one of them. One move that you might want to try is B,A,d+K though it's
    not much...Also, WS+B,B works sometimes.
    Final Weapon: Spirit Blade
    
    
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    Sophitia Alexandra
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    General info: Like Taki, she's not your idea of a character who'll wipe the
    floor with the CPU. She has some good moves, though. B,B,A,B is a good string
    to use, even though it has no low attacks. QCT+B is a good move also, since
    it's so quick, and it also works great for countering anything that whiffs 
    though it's recovery leaves lot to be desired. A,A,K seems to work nicely 
    against the AI as well. One option would be to use UF+K, then either K if 
    blocked or B if it connects can hurt the aggressive AI opponents.
    Also for aggressive AI (Mitsu, Taki, etc.) a great string is:
    	B,B,d+A, -> WS+A to hit on counter for stun, QCT+B
    		 -> WS+B to lift, then juggle
    Finally, always use part 2 of her 2 part throw.
    
    
    Episode 1: Eurydice Shrine
    Opponent: Fake Sophitia
    Weapon: Omega Sword
    Relative difficulty: E-Z
    Recomended weapon: Omega Sword
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Another completely basic battle. Just waste the fake Sophie with your
    best moves.
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 2: Unknown Land
    Opponent: Rock
    Weapon: Battle Ax
    Relative difficulty: Somewhat easy
    Recomended weapon: Omega Sword
    Special requirements for victory: RO Rock
    Tactics: Much like Taki's Episode 8, though this time ring is smaller. Use
    d/f+B, A,A,A and you'll win pretty easily.
    Weapon received: Gaea Sword
    
    Episode 3: The Shrine Of Confined Demons
    Opponent: Voldo
    Weapon: Full Moon
    Relative difficulty: Might take a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Gaea Sword
    Special requirements for victory: Voldo gets his energy back _really_ fast
    Tactics: Now this is a bit more unique. Constantly preasure him with your most
    damaging moves since if you give him a slightest break, he'll get his meter
    filled up faster than you can say "Critical Edge". If you just cannot beat
    him before he gets all his energy back, you can also try ROing him, which
    might be easier, since the ring is somewhat small.
    Weapon received: Sword Breaker
    
    Episode 4: Ancient Temple
    Opponent: Seung Mi Na
    Weapon: Tiger Fang
    Relative difficulty: Might take a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Gaea Sword
    Special requirements for victory: Survive her attack for 20 seconds
    Tactics: Again, stay defensive, be sure to attack if you get a chance and
    don't let her RO you.
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 5: The Desert
    Opponent: Taki
    Weapon: Rekkimaru
    Relative difficulty: Medium
    Recomended weapon: Gaea Sword
    Special requirements for victory: Sophie has only a tiny amount of life
    Tactics: If you are _very_ patient, you can wait until Gaea Sword has filled
    up your energy to the max, but seeing how long that would take, it's just
    best to fight it out normally:) Again, stay defensive and use your best moves.
    Weapon received: Fire Blade
    
    Episode 6: Colosseum
    Opponent: Mitsurugi, Seung Mi Ma, Hwang
    Weapon: Water Moon, Morning Star, Falchion
    Relative difficulty: Can be frustrating
    Recomended weapon: Gaea Sword, Fire Blade
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Though there isn't many opponents, this battle can (and will) be
    hard since they all have such good weapons. Mitsu's the bastard he always is,
    and that damn Water Moon he has restores his energy way faster than normally.
    Mi Na, for some reason, is pretty easy but be prepared to get your ass kicked
    many times from Hwang and his Falchion. This battle is a prime example how
    things can be difficult only because of nasty weapons opponents have. Speaking
    of which, I recommend Gaea Sword over Fire Blade since it gives energy instead
    of taking it and is only one point weaker power-wise. So what if your defence
    is one point higher if you lose energy every time you slash with your sword?
    Anyways, use your best moves.
    Weapon received: Blue Crystal Rod
    
    Episode 7: The Secret Treasury
    Opponent: Taki
    Weapon: Jitte
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon: Gaea Sword, Fire Blade
    Special requirements for victory: Sophie is poisoned
    Tactics: This is quite simple, too. I don't recommend Fire Blade too much
    since playing with fire while poisoned can be quite hazardous to your health,
    if you know what I mean:)
    Weapon received: Rapier
    
    Episode 8: The Capture of Ostrhinesburg Castle
    Opponent: Siegfried Sctauffen
    Weapon: Faust
    Relative difficulty: Might take a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Fire Blade
    Special requirements for victory: Beat Siggy with throws in two rounds
    Tactics: Ouch. This can be another PITA (I hate these throw episodes since not
    only enemy can duck under them, they can escape them, too). The throw to use
    is Heaven To Hell (B+G, d+A+B+K) because of superior damage it does. Equipping
    Fire Blade is useful here since you won't need to slash so you won't lose
    energy either. Do remember that you need to beat _both_ rounds with throws.
    Don't get ROed since the ring is somewhat small.
    Weapon received: Apollo Sword
    
    Episode 9 & 10: Decisive Battle
    Opponent: Cerv & Soulie
    Weapon: SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Can be pretty hard
    Recomended weapon: Apollo Sword
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Eek. This isn't going to be easy. Cerv seems to be a sucker for
    QCT+B since he's so agressive. For Soulie, you might (once again) consider
    a CE.
    Final Weapon: Valkyrie
    
    
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    Heishiro Mitsurugi
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    General info: Much like Hwang, the B,B,A,B/d+A d/f+B is a good CPU killer. He
    can also juggle easier than Hwang since his d/f+B uppercut has quicker
    recovery. If you get into a situation where you're sure to lose, try using
    his unblockable. Sure, it's really slow and has a pretty crappy range but if
    it hits, it does a ton of damage. Hell, if you are using Korefuji and manage
    to hit with this on MC, it kills instantly! Using b+K, B can make for easy 
    juggle damage and easy ring-outs. Also, using d+K, B is another easy way of 
    doing some easy juggle damage (easier than landing a df+B anyway).
    
    Episode 1: The Shrine Of Confined Demons 
    Opponent: Rock, Fake Mitsu
    Weapon: Cresent Ax, Korefuji
    Relative difficulty: Pretty easy
    Recomended weapon: Korefuji
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: I believe you have seen something similar before. Just kick some
    ass:)
    Weapon received: Onimaru
    
    Episode 2: The Pirate Fortress
    Opponent: Taki
    Weapon: Rekkimaru
    Relative difficulty: Easy
    Recomended weapon: Onimaru
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 30 seconds
    Tactics: Just whoop some ninja butt. She's not that hard, perioid.
    Weapon received: Iron Slasher
    
    Episode 3: The Old Temple
    Opponent: Seung Mi Na
    Weapon: Nagamaki
    Relative difficulty: Medium
    Recomended weapon: Onimaru
    Special requirements for victory: Beat her with throws
    Tactics: Sheesh. Another throw episode. Be sure to use Hell Striker (B+G) for
    best damage.
    Weapon received: None 
    
    Episode 4: The Narrow Gorge
    Opponent: Li Long
    Weapon: Snake Wind
    Relative difficulty: Pretty easy
    Recomended weapon: Onimaru
    Special requirements for victory: You are poisoned
    Tactics: Nothing much to say. 
    Weapon received: Kojiro's Sword 
    
    Episode 5: The Desert
    Opponent: Hwang
    Weapon: Mountain Breaker
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon: Kojiro's Sword, Iron Slasher
    Special requirements for victory: Use juggles to beat him 
    Tactics: Like said before in this FAQ numerous times, d/f+B, A,A,A works the
    best. If you use Iron Slasher, d/f+B, B,B,A,B is possible with _very_ good
    timing. This will also kill Hwang instantly, so I recommend trying it out!
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 6: The Fighting Arena
    Opponent: Rock, Sophitia, Mi Na, Hwang, Li Long
    Weapon: Twin Ax, Rapier, Nagamaki, Falchion, Snake Wind
    Relative difficulty: Can be pretty hard
    Recomended weapon: Kojiro's Sword
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: This is possibly the second hardest Colosseum battle you'll fight.
    Rock with his Twin Ax isn't overly hard. Sophitia is quite easy too, just
    watch out since her Rapier has quite a long reach. Mi Na with her Nagamaki
    isn't too hard either but Hwang with his Falchion can give you some headache.
    Finally, Li Long isn't overly hard, either.
    Weapon received: Water Moon
    
    Episode 7: Attack on Osthrinesburg Castle
    Opponent: Siegfried Schtauffen
    Weapon: Flamberge
    Relative difficulty: Can take quite a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Onimaru
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 15 seconds
    Tactics: Now this is a battle where time limit can actually be a serious
    problem. Try CEing him to death.
    Weapon received: Two Handed Sword
    
    Episode 8: The Secret Treasury
    Opponent: Voldo
    Weapon: Iron Claw (another misprint...is Namco trying to scare us by telling
    they have better weapons than they really have?-)
    Relative difficulty: Easy
    Recomended weapon: Iron Slasher
    Special requirements for victory: CE Voldo
    Tactics: Much like Taki's Episode 5, except you only have to win once and
    Mitsu's CE is a bit harder to extend than Taki's (unless you're an avid SF2
    veteran). I recommend Iron Slasher since it's fastest you have by now and CE
    will kill regardless of weapon.
    Weapon received: Falx
    
    Episode 9 & 10: The Final Battle
    Opponent: Cerv & Soulie
    Weapon: SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon: Two Handed Sword
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: The standard crap: use best moves, use CE, be defensive. Seriously,
    just do the same you did with Hwang.
    Final Weapon: Murasame
    
    
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    Siegfried Schtauffen
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    General info: Siggy's not that hard to use in EMM, either. B,B,B does
    generous damage and last hit hits low. Also, his Sledgehammer (f,f+A+B) is a
    damaging attack that hits opponents on the ground. f+B is another good attack
    since it has such a long range. Finally, his Spiral Blade (WS+A,A) is a very
    good attack to use if you are having difficulties hitting the opponent. It's
    fast, second hit is low, it has good range, it hits sidesteppers and it does
    generous damage. Finally, db+B, b+B can be tried in a pinch for throw damage or 
    a back-to-the-ropes ring-out attempt.
    
    Episode 1: Conquest of Osthrinesburg Castle
    Opponent: Heishiro Mitsurugi
    Weapon: Korefuji
    Relative difficulty: Easy
    Recomended weapon: Faust
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Nothing much to say, as simple as it can get. Ship his samurai ass
    back to Japan:)
    Weapon received: Grimblade
    
    Episode 2: Eurydice Shrine
    Opponent: Sophitia(x2), Siegfried
    Weapon: Omega Sword(x2), Grimblade
    Relative difficulty: May require a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Grimblade
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: This might be difficult. Use B,B,B and WS+A,A a lot.
    Weapon received: Atlas Sword
    
    Episode 3: The Arena
    Opponent: Mitsurugi, Rock, Mi Na, Sophitia
    Weapon: Korefuji, Cross Ax, Tiger Fang, Gaea Sword
    Relative difficulty: Medium
    Recomended weapon: Faust, Grimblade
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: This is like Sophitia's Episode 6. The main problems are Rock's
    Cross Ax and Mi Na's Tiger Fang since they both have such high attack power.
    Weapon received: Flamberge
    
    Episode 4: The Desert
    Opponent: Rock
    Weapon: Cross Ax
    Relative difficulty: Quite easy
    Recomended weapon: Grimblade
    Special requirements for victory: Your energy meter falls slowly
    Tactics: Just whack him hard with some B,B,B and WS+A,A
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 5: The Pirate Castle
    Opponent: Taki
    Weapon: Rekkimaru
    Relative difficulty: Hard 
    Recomended weapon: Grimblade
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 12 seconds(!)
    Tactics: Now this can be one major PITA. Try this: as soon as the round
    begins, step back and use WS+A,A. If it knocks down, use f,f+A+B and retreat.
    Try another WS+A,A and if you got lucky, she should be dead.
    Weapon received: 7 Branch Sword
    
    Episode 6: The Valley
    Opponent: Li Long
    Weapon: Phoenix (Oh lookie! He finally got rid of that Snake Wind!-))
    Relative difficulty: Medium
    Recomended weapon: Grimblade
    Special requirements for victory: Use throws to beat him
    Tactics: Argh! If there's gonna be one more throw episode, I'll puke!-)
    Anyways, I have nothing further to add, except maybe an advise to use
    Hurricane Slash (B+G) as a throw.
    Weapon received: Hard Steel Blade
    
    Episode 7: The Secret Treasury
    Opponent: Voldo
    Weapon: Iron Claw, Poison Arrow
    Relative difficulty: Hard
    Recomended weapon: Hard Steel Blade
    Special requirements for victory: You have only a tiny amount of life
    Tactics: Argh! This maniac can sure be difficult. I especially hate his Lunar
    Dive since it comes out of nowhere and has such a long range. He has one
    downfall, though...If you see him perform his turnaround slash(es),
    immidiately kick his ass with B,B,B followed by f,f+A+B that will surely kill
    him.
    Weapon received: Claymore
    
    Episode 8 & 9: The Final Battle
    Opponent: Cerv & Soulie
    Weapon: SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon: Hard Steel Blade
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: This is child's play compared to hell with Voldo the hell guardian
    you've just been through. Still, they might pose some challenge. Stay
    defensive and punish them when opportunity presents itself.
    Final Weapon: SoulEdge
    
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    Seung Mi Na
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    General info: Mi Na's not much of a CPU killer, either. But that doesn't mean
    she'd be completely at their mercy, either. For example, f+B,A is a good move
    since it has somewhat good range and does nice damage. B,d+A is another good
    one. It's drawback is somewhat slow start and the fact that it doesn't knock
    down. You might also want to try B,B,B for fun against first few opponents.
    Also, a good move that knocks down and guarantees the second hit if first
    hits, is b+B, d+A+B. It also does nice weapon damage. But if the first hit
    misses, they have an eternity to punish you. Her CE is also somewhat useful
    since it's quite quick for a CE and is easily extended. Since the AI hates high 
    to low combos be sure to abuse:
    	B,B, d+A
    	B, d+A
    	A, f+A, A, d+K
    Finally, f,f+k can be used for ring-outs.
    
    
    
    Episode 1: The Old Temple
    Opponent: Heishiro Mitsurugi 
    Weapon: Korefuji
    Relative difficulty: Quite easy
    Recomended weapon: Zanbatoh
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 30 seconds
    Tactics: He shouldn't be much of a problem. Just whack away.
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 2: The Shrine Of Confined Demons
    Opponent: Rock(x3)
    Weapon: Cresent Ax
    Relative difficulty: Can take a few tries. Why do female fighters always have
    such a rough start?
    Recomended weapon: Zanbatoh
    Special requirements for victory: Rock recovers his energy slowly
    Tactics: This could be hard. Like Sophie's Episode 3, attack constantly.
    And don't hesitate to use a CE.
    Weapon received: Tiger Fang
    
    Episode 3: The Pirate Fortress
    Opponent: Taki
    Weapon: Rekkimaru
    Relative difficulty: Can take quite a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Zanbatoh
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 15 seconds
    Tactics: Ouch. She can be such a bitch. Try moves described in general info
    but if they don't work, consider a CE.
    Weapon received: Long Handled Sword
    
    Episode 4: The Narrow Gorge
    Opponent: Li Long
    Weapon: Falcon
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon: Tiger Fang
    Special requirements for victory: Beat him with throws
    Tactics: *puke*:) Use Seek And Destroy as a throw (Guess what? The command is
    once again B+G:)).
    Weapon received: Nagamaki 
    
    Episode 5: The Desert
    Opponent: Hwang Sung Kyung
    Weapon: Thunderous Fire
    Relative difficulty: Quite easy
    Recomended weapon: Nagamaki
    Special requirements for victory: Destroy his weapon
    Tactics: B,B,B works pretty well.
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 6: Eurydice Shrine
    Opponent: Sophitia(x3)
    Weapon: Fire Blade
    Relative difficulty: Can take a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Nagamaki
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: She can be quite hard. Use CEs and other powerful attacks.
    Weapon received: Halberd
    
    Episode 7: The Capture Of Osthrinesburg Castle
    Opponent: Siegfried Schtauffen
    Weapon: Atlas Sword
    Relative difficulty: Not overly hard
    Recomended weapon: Halberd
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 22 seconds
    Tactics: He can be nasty because his Atlas Sword recovers his energy way
    faster than normal. Use your best attacks.
    Weapon received: Morning Star
    
    Episode 8: The Secret Treasury
    Opponent: Voldo
    Weapon: Full Moon
    Relative difficulty: Can take a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Halberd
    Special requirements for victory: You only have a tiny amount of life
    Tactics: Thankfully not as hard as Siggy's Episode 7, as you only have to
    defeat him once. Also, the ring is much smaller. Just play defensively.
    Weapon received: Sickled Spear
    
    Episode 9 & 10: The Final Battle
    Opponent: Cerv & Soulie
    Weapon: SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Could be easier
    Recomended weapon: Halberd
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Use your best attacks. Also, CEs work somewhat well on them. 
    Final Weapon: Spiked Mace
    
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    Li Long
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    General info: He hasn't got too many good CPU killer attacks but ones he has
    work pretty well. (f+)A,A,d+K,B is an useful attack since it mixes up levels
    quite nicely and if the d+K hits on MC, the B after is guaranteed. Some other
    attacks you might want to try include B,B,B ,b+A, f,f+B, A+B and of course
    his CE. Li can also abuse his A,A,d+A string and end it with a df+K stomp.
    
    
    Episode 1: The Shrine Of Confined Demons
    Opponent: Rock(x2)
    Weapon: Cresent Ax
    Relative difficulty: Pretty easy
    Recomended weapon: Falcon
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Easy peasy. Give'em a taste of your A,A,d+K,B.
    Weapon received: Snake Wind
    
    Episode 2: The Pirate Castle
    Opponent: Siegfried
    Weapon: Faust
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon: Snake Wind
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 20 seconds
    Tactics: Just use your best attacks. If you get in a hurry, use your CE.
    Weapon received: Titan
    
    Episode 3: The Narrow Gorge
    Opponent: Mi Na, Taki, Sophitia
    Weapon: Zanbatoh, Rekkimaru, Gaea Sword
    Relative difficulty: Quite easy
    Recomended weapon: Snake Wind, Titan
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: If you are concerned about getting hit, use Titan, otherwise use
    Snake Wind. This shouldn't be too hard of a battle since Sophie is only one
    to have something other than her default weapon.
    Weapon received: Phoenix
    
    Episode 4: The Desert
    Opponent: Hwang Sung Kyung
    Weapon: Nippon Blade
    Relative difficulty: Not very hard
    Recomended weapon: Snake Wind
    Special requirements for victory: Beat him with juggles
    Tactics: d/f+B, B,B,B can be somewhat hard to time but does good damage.
    f+B,B and A,A,A work also.
    Weapon received: Steel Dragon 
    
    Episode 5: The Colosseum
    Opponent: Mi Na, Siegfried, Rock, Taki, Hwang, Mitsurugi
    Weapon: Long Handled Sword, Grimblade, War Hammer, (R)(M)ekkimaru, Mountain
    Breaker, Onimaru
    Relative difficulty: Pretty damn hard
    Recomended weapon: Titan, Steel Dragon
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Prepare to be frustrated. This is one of the hardest EMM battles in
    the game. Mi Na isn't all that hard since Long Handled Sword isn't too
    powerful. Siggy with his Grimblade can be pretty damn difficult since he does
    so much damage. Beating Rock doesn't take too long but be careful not to let
    him hit you, his War Hammer can do some major damage. Taki is just another
    easy opponent. Beating Hwang might pose some problem since he has such a fast
    weapon. And finally, Mitsurugi. He can be pretty nasty, with or without the
    Onimaru so don't think you've won if both of you have little energy and you've
    knocked his weapon away.
    Weapon received: White Tiger
    
    Episode 6: Secret Treasury
    Opponent: Voldo, Taki
    Weapon: Guilotine, Jitte
    Relative difficulty: Not too easy
    Recomended weapon: White Tiger
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Voldo shouldn't be too hard since he's got such a slow weapon,
    but Taki can be nasty because of high defence and weapon-breaking qualities
    her Jitte has. Just use your best attacks.
    Weapon received: Asura
    
    Episode 7 & 8: The Pirate Ship
    Opponent: Cerv & Soulie
    Weapon: SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Could be easier
    Recomended weapon: White Tiger
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: A,A,d+K,B works quite well on Cerv and on certain extent to Soulie.
    Give Soulie some CEs and he'll go down quite well.
    Final Weapon: Twin Thunder
    
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    Voldo
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    General info: Voldo's not the CPU killer type but he has some tricks up to his
    sleeves. For example, f,f+B is a good power move, though it's recovery leaves
    a lot to be desired. B,B is a good move, too since if it MCs, continue tapping
    B and Voldo'll add 3 more hits, doing tons of damage. A+K is a good surprise
    move, too since it comes out so suddenly. It's major weakness is that all of
    it's hits hit only high. Remember to use his special throw (QCT+B&G).
    Also, d+A&B seems to work often if you have some breathing room.
    Be sure to never use the A,A,B string, use A,B,A instead. Finally, db+K can work 
    as a launcher that the AI has a hard time punishing if you get the range right.
    
    
    Episode 1: The Secret Treasury
    Opponent: Sophitia Alexandra
    Weapon: Omega Sword
    Relative difficulty: Easy
    Recomended weapon: Katar
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Just beat her up:)
    Weapon received: Full Moon
    
    Episode 2: Recollection
    Opponent: Hwang Sung Kyung
    Weapon: Blue Storm
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon: Katar
    Special requirements for victory: Beat Hwang with juggles
    Tactics: d/f+B, A,A,B works pretty well. You can also use d+B,B, since it
    juggles on second hit.
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 3: Capturing Osthrinesburg Castle
    Opponent: Siegfried Schtauffen
    Weapon: Faust
    Relative difficulty: Somewhat easy
    Recomended weapon: Katar
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 25 seconds
    Tactics: Should be pretty easy. Just hack away.
    Weapon received: Iron Claw
    
    Episode 4: "Cervantes De Leon"
    Opponent: Cerv
    Weapon: SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Could take a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Full Moon
    Special requirements for victory: Survive his attack for 20 seconds
    Tactics: Like other "stay-alive"-battles, try to stay away and block
    everything he throws.
    Weapon received: None
    
    Episode 5: The Unknown Land
    Opponent: Rock
    Weapon: Stone Club
    Relative difficulty: Not too easy
    Recomended weapon: Katar
    Special requirements for victory: RO Rock
    Tactics: You can try juggles, f,f+B or a modified Taki trick: Back off near
    the edge, jump over him and use Puppet Master (back: d+A+B).
    Weapon received: None 
    
    Episode 6: The Pirate Fortress
    Opponent: Heishiro Mitsurugi
    Weapon: Iron Slasher
    Relative difficulty: Medium
    Recomended weapon: Katar
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 25 seconds
    Tactics: He's not overly hard. f,f+B works quite well. Just nail him with your
    best attacks and remember, if all else fails, use CE:)
    Weapon received: Guillotine
    
    Episode 7: The Canyon
    Opponent: Li Long
    Weapon: Snake Wind
    Relative difficulty: Medium
    Recomended weapon: Guillotine
    Special requirements for victory: You are poisoned
    Tactics: Pretty easy, just use your best attacks since your new Guillotine can
    put a world of hurt on him.
    Weapon received: Poison Arrow
    
    Episode 8: Colosseum
    Opponent: Sophitia, Rock, Mitsurugi, Siegfried
    Weapon: Sword Breaker, War Hammer, Kojiro's Sword, Grimblade 
    Relative difficulty: Can take quite a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Guillotine
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: This fight can and will be a bast because of Siggy at the end. Why
    does he have to use his Grimblade so damn often? Anyways, a good way to beat
    him and the others is to just attack constantly.
    Weapon received: Buffalo Horn
    
    Episode 9: The Desert
    Opponent: Taki
    Weapon: Kunai
    Relative difficulty: Can require a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Buffalo Horn
    Special requirements for victory: You have only a tiny amount of life
    Tactics: Use Buffalo Horn instead of Guillotine since it recovers energy.
    Just stay defensive.
    Weapon received: 
    
    Episode 10 & 11: The Decesive Battle
    Opponent: Cerv & Soulie
    Weapon: SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Can be quite hard
    Recomended weapon: Buffalo Horn
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: While playing EMM through the first time, I got so goddamn
    frustrated because I couldn't beat Cerv & Soulie. That's how hard this can be.
    Anyways, for Cerv be defensive and punish his mistakes. For Soulie, use
    everything you've got. Oh btw, you might want to try the MC B,B trick.
    Final Weapon: SoulEdge
    
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    Cervantes De Leon
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    General info: He's got many good moves in his arsenal.  B,B,B works well
    against many opponents and f+B,B,B works even better. Other useful moves
    include A,A,B, f,f+A+B and maybe B,B,d+A. The AI has a hard time with Cervantes 
    when he is far away, so use f,f+A&B and QCb, B when that situation occurs.
    
    Episode 1: Imitation
    Opponent: Fake Cervantes
    Weapon: Main Gauche 
    Relative difficulty: Easy
    Recomended weapon: SoulEdge
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Simple. Just do as the game says and "tear this impostor apart!":)
    Weapon received: Main Gauche
    
    Episode 2: Eurydice Shrine
    Opponent: Sophitia Alexandra(x2)
    Weapon: Gaea Sword, Sword Breaker
    Relative difficulty: Pretty easy
    Recomended weapon: SoulEdge
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Once again just do what the game tells you and "Crush all your
    enemies!":)
    Weapon received: Defender
    
    Episode 3: The Desert
    Opponent: Hwang(x2), Mi Na(x2)
    Weapon: Thunderous Fire, Nagamaki
    Relative difficulty: Quite easy
    Recomended weapon: SoulEdge
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: This is a funny battle since you first beat them once, then get your
    energy filled up and then fight them again. Weird. Anyways, there's not much
    skill involved in beating them.
    Weapon received: Jirotoh
    
    Episode 4: The Shrine Of Confined Demons
    Opponent: Rock
    Weapon: Cresent Ax
    Relative difficulty: Might take a few tries
    Recomended weapon: Main Gauche
    Special requirements for victory: RO Rock while your energy drops
    Tactics: Another variation of theme...use B,B,B. You can also use either one
    of Cerv's throws to RO when you are near the edge.
    Weapon received: Katana
    
    Episode 5: The Canyon
    Opponent: Li Long
    Weapon: Titan
    Relative difficulty: Medium
    Recomended weapon: Jirotoh
    Special requirements for victory: Beat him with throws
    Tactics: Not again...I won't say anything.
    Weapon received: 3 Bladed Edge
    
    Episode 6: Ostrhinesburg Castle
    Opponent: Siegfried (x2)
    Weapon: Flamberge
    Relative difficulty: Not much of a challenge
    Recomended weapon: 3 Bladed Edge
    Special requirements for victory: Time limit of 20 seconds
    Tactics: Easy. Just use f+B,B,B and you'll win in no time.
    Weapon received: Heavy Lance
    
    Episode 7: Secret Treasury
    Opponent: Voldo
    Weapon: Buffalo Horn
    Relative difficulty: Not too hard
    Recomended weapon: 3 Bladed Edge
    Special requirements for victory: Beat him with juggles
    Tactics: d/f+B, B,B,B should do the job quite nicely. Do notice that he
    recovers energy slowly due the Buffalo Horn.
    Final Weapon: Serpent's Tongue
    
    Episode 8: Hot Soul
    Opponent: Mi Na, Siegfried, Taki, Rock, Hwang, Mitsurugi 
    Weapon: Halberd, Grim Blade, Kunai, Cross Ax, Sword Of Dawn, 2 Handed Sword
    Relative difficulty: Might take quite few tries
    Recomended weapon: Serpent's Tongue
    Special requirements for victory: None
    Tactics: Wow, lots of opponents. 
    f+B,B,B should once again do the trick nicely.
    
    Episode 9: SoulEdge
    Opponent: SoulEdge
    Weapon:  SoulEdge
    Relative difficulty: Not overly hard
    Recomended weapon: Serpent's Tongue
    Special requirements for victory: You lose energy slowly
    Tactics: Soulie is pretty hard normally and you have to fight him with your
    energy meter draining? Ouch. Well, f+B,B,B saves the day.
    
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    Some notes on parrying
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    I have to say that parrying (f+G just before a weapon impact) can be a great 
    help when you are facing aggressive CPU opponents because they often use 
    strings that are easy to parry against (Mitsu's ?,?,B or Cervantes' ?,?,B_d+A 
    for example can all be easily parried on the last hit because the AI never 
    seems to cut strings short like good human players do).  Parrying can be the 
    key in EMM battles where short time limits make turning the momentum necessary 
    or EMM battles where you start with next to no life.
    
    
    
    Credits:
    Namco         -for making another rocking beat'em-up
    
    Chris Keppler -for general strategies for almost all the chars and notes on 
                   parrying
    
    TRock2K2      -for telling me most of Cervie's opponents and their weapons
    	       in the 8th episode
    
    Me            -for writing this thing
    
    Revision History:
    
    1.0 Initial release.
    1.1 Got some more general strategies for almost all characters & made a new 
    section on parrying.
    1.2 Got to know all opponents and their weapons at Cervie's 8th episode.
    Also, redid the copyright notice a bit.
    1.21 Changed a contributor's name at his request.
    
    Contacting the author:
    E-mail: Gamer777@hotmail.com
    
    

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