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                                 P O W E R   S T O N E
                           By Capcom for the Sega Dreamcast
                            Power Stone FAQ/Move List V1.02
                                Last Updated: (1/19/03)
                      Newest Versions of this FAQ can be found ONLY at:
                              COPYRIGHT 2000-2003 cnick.
    [ C O N T E N T S ]
    I.    Introduction and Revision History
    II.   Game Basics
    III.  Movelist
          A. Normal Characters
          B. Secret Characters
              Final Valgas
    IV.   Item List
    V.    Techniques
              Power Mode System
              Jump Kick
              Pole Techs
    VI.   Stages
    VII.  Secrets
    VIII. Thanks and Disclaimers
    Ahhh... a complete button masher with little depth, yet remains to be amazingly
    Power Stone is one of those weird fighters that come out every couple of years.
    Basically, it feels like a 2-D game in a 3-D world, where normal traditional
    3-D systems are taken out.  The result: One hell of a game.  Imagine Super
    Smash Brothers in 3D and this is what you get.
    [Revision History]
    V0.10 (4/28/00): First Release. Movelist 50% done.
    V0.20 (4/28/00): Movelist done.  Item section started.
    V0.70 (5/01/00): Not actually sure where I am in terms of Version, so I gave
                     myself some room to work with.  May end up moving to V1.00
                     rather quickly.  Movelists, with combo guides pretty much
                     done.  Theres still some room to work with.  Need to get a
                     couple more secret items, with explanations on what they are.
                     Stages are done, as well, but I could work a bit more on them.
    V0.75 (5/02/00): Item list, MoveList completely done.  Secret section has a
                     couple of things to be worked on.
    V0.90 (5/03/00): FAQ is rapidly coming to an end.  Last things to do: Possible
                     VMU mini-game guide, and corrections throughout the FAQ.
    V0.95 (5/04/00): Minor corrections done.  Not much left to work on.
    V0.96 (5/05/00): Added Capcoms offical combo move list for each character.
                     Took long enough for me to finish though.  Ill finish the
                     guide later tonight.
    V1.00 (5/06/00): Everything is done...I think.
    V1.01 (1/17/03): Well, that was a nice, 2.5 year break. Bunch of filler I
                     included in my early days of FAQ-writing career. Early spring
                     cleaning I suppose.
    V1.02 (1/19/03): Finished cleaning up.
    The Sega Dreamcast controller can be customized with 6 different buttons.
    Buttons A, B, X, Y, L, and R are all used.
    Punch / Push or throw item
    Kick / Use Weapon
    Punch + Kick / Pick Up Item
    Kick + Jump (Power Fusion)
    Punch + Jump (Power Fusion)
    Power Stone is Arcade Stick compatiable.  Buttons A, B, X, Y, C, and Z are all
    You can change the default control settings in the Option menu.
    =Option Menu=
    Move by using Up or Down, and change by using <- or ->
    Difficulty - Change the diff. of Arcade mode from 1-8.
    Time Limit - Change time of match.  duh!
    Round - How many rounds max per game
    Damage - Lower=less damage, higher=more damage
    Sound - Stereo or Mono
    Vibration - On or Off
    Button Config - Switch your confiq.  Press <- or -> to reset the button controls
    =Game Mode=
    Arcade - 1 or 2 Players
    Fight against CPU opponents.  If you defeat all opponents, you will win the game
    and will see an ending movie.  You can continue after losing.
    Versus - 2 Players
    Choose 2 characters and a stage.  You can select characters before every match.
    Game Rules
    Match Play
    Each round lasts up to 99 seconds max.  During the time, the first player to
    drop the opponents vitality to zero wins the round.  You can adjust the time
    in the Options Menu.
    Winning and Losing
    The first player to win 2 out of 3 rounds (default) is the match winner.  You
    can adjust the number of rounds in the Options Menu.
    Time Up
    If time runs out and both players still have some vitality remaining, the player
    with the most vitality is the winner.
    Ah, abbreviations. Makes FAQ-writing so much easier.
    P     Punch
    K     Kick
    K+P   Kick+Punch
    J+K   Jump+Kick
    J+P   Jump+Punch
    PPPP  Regular 4-5 hit combo using the P button
    KKKK  Regular 4-5 hit combo using the K button
    Each character has his own set of Power Fusion and Power Drive moves.  Normal
    moves are all the same (aside from the animation of course).
    Punch / Push or throw item
    Kick / Use Weapon
    Punch + Kick / Pick Up Item
    Kick + Jump
    Punch + Jump
    Each character however has different combos he/she can pull off by pressing
    different buttons.  For example, if I'm Falcon, pressing 3 punches will do an
    devastating combo, but Rouge might pull off a weak one.  Each one is different,
    and I'll include which ones you should use for each character.
    Remember, Power Fusion moves will eat up your whole power meter no matter what,
    so make sure you actually use one. Be a shame to lose it without getting one
    The movelist will follow this guide:
    =Character Name=
    Combo List:
      /  \
    P-    P
      \  /
    The combo list art just shows you how I got each 4 hit combo posted for each
    character.  You can ignore the map if you want.  You get each combo by using
    one path.  For example, one combo path would be PPP. Another PKP. This was
    mostly added for curiosity's sake.
    (Note: Remember, you can't go back in a path.)
    Power Drive
       Super Duper Missle           Punch
       Kick to Face                 Kick
    Power Fusion
       Power Kick                   Jump + Kick
       Im Going to Win              Jump + Punch
    Couple things to note:  Power Fusion requires only something in your meter. So
    your best course of action is to nail your opponent with Power Drive moves, and
    with just a little power energy left, get him with the Power Fusion.
    When your meter looks like this, use your Power Drive moves:
    |\/\/\/\/\/\/|     |
    At here, pull off your Power Fusion:
    |\/|               |
    Beware! One more Drive attack will eat the rest up, and you'll lose a chance
    to use your fusion.
         A.   N O R M A L   C H A R A C T E R S
    Combo List:
               P <--PPPP
       /      \     PPPK
    p-         K <--PKKK
       \      /     KKKK
       /      \     KKKP
    K-         P <--KPPP
       \      /
               K <--KPPK
    Power Drive
       Power Missle                 Punch
       Power Hurricane              Kick
    Power Fusion
       Power Rocket                 Jump + Kick
       Power Explosion              Jump + Punch
     Well, Falcon is the Ryu or Ken of Power Stone.  He overall has everything.
    Pretty good strength, and decent speed.  He's great for a first character, and
    can really tear opponents to pieces once you master his Power Fusions.
     You probably want to get your power mode as fast as possible, but you could
    last and win without.  His P, P, P, P and K, K, K, K are pretty good,
    but they lack range and you can really pay abusing them.  Try to dodge your
    opponent's attack, and then use it.
     Once in Power Mode, you are left with some choices.  If your opponent is
    jumping around like crazy, hoping to dodge your attacks, then answer with Power
    Missiles.  Only do it a couple of times, and make sure you fire ahead of him,
    so there is a greater chance of it hitting.  If he does get hit, stand right
    near him, wait until he is off, and Power Hurricane him for 5+ hit's. At this
    moment of time, you should just be running out of your Power Mode, and you need
    to make a critical decision: If your opponent is near you, you want to go with
    Power Explosion.  You want to make sure you hit him a couple of times,
    however.  If you arent sure about explosion, don't waste it. Wait till he's a
    little further away, and Power Rocket him.  Hopefully you can take half a bar of
    energy off.
     Defeating Falcon can sometimes be a bitch.  He's fast, and his Power Mode moves
    are one of the better ones in the game.  What can you do?  Race for the power
    stones, and unleash hell. Cheap, but there's nothing wrong with that ^_^.  You
    can also try to overpower him with the items in the stage.  Falcon is one of
    the tougher kills.
    Combo List:
             /K <--KKKK
          /  \P <--KKKP
       /  \  /K <--KKPK(or) KPPK
    K-     P-
       \  /  \P <--KPPP(or) PPPP(or) KPKP
        P-   /
       /  \ |
    P-     K-
       \  /  \K <--PPKK(or) PKKK(or) PKPK(or) KPKK
        K-   /
          \ |
             \P <--PKPP
    Power Drive
       Hellfire Sign                Punch
       Dream Temptation             Kick
    Power Fusion
       Fiery Trap                   Jump + Kick
       Secret Heaven                Jump + Punch
     Rogue is fairly fast with an OK attack.  Her KKKK beats the PPPP
    so I suggest kicking moves over punching.  Her throw is fairly good, taking
    off a whole bar, so it may be worth it to add it in your fight.  These attacks
    aren't good enough to win however, and you will probably rely on Power Mode to
     Rogues Power Mode moves are pretty predictable, and you can really only use
    each one in certain situations.  One combo: Hit your opponent with Hellsire
    Sign, run up to him, and do Dream Temptation to take off some more energy.  As
    he gets up, use Fiery Trap and get that nice 10 hit combo.  Overall, this is
    probably her most damaging combo.  In the situation where your opponent is
    close, but not next to you, use the Secret Heaven move.  It causes the area to
    explode with fire, and cause some nice damage.  Fiery Trap does take off the
    most, so I suggest you use that more often.
     Rogue is probably the fastest character in the game, maybe a tad bit slower
    then Ayame.  That means she will be able to out manuever you and she can grab
    power stones quicker.  If you are real slow, attempt to knock her away from
    power stones. Why the computer A.I. may be stupid and you won't have to worry
    too much about this, a human opponent will take advantage of her speed.  Once
    again, power stones are the way to go. That's where you do your damage, not
    being killed by quick throws and wall jumps.  Since Rogue is quick off poles,
    make sure you stay clear away from those at all costs.
    Combo List:
           P---P <--PPPP
           K---P <--PPKP
           P---P <--KKPP
           K---K <--KKKK
    Power Drive
       Dragon Fang Bomb             Punch
       Dragon Storm                 Kick
    Power Fusion
       Big Dragon Ball              Jump + Kick
       Dragon Dance                 Jump + Punch
     K, K, K is more powerful, but a tad slower then the punches.  It should be
    noted that WangTang has a fairly simple combo map. Not sure what Capcom was
    telling us here, other than maybe Wang is the ultimate button mashing character.
    Oh wait. Every single character is a button-masher. Hmmm... Hard call on
    which one you should use, I'll leave that to you.  WangTang is one of the
    faster characters in the game, and you need to use that speed to win.  You
    want to rely on getting Power Stones as quickly as possible, so that you can
    do some great combos that will win you every match.  Still, you can rely on
    hit-and-run attacks, and back away before your opponent His throw is one of the
    best in the game, taking off more then one bar of energy.
     WangTang is awesome in Power Mode.  His best combo so far is to use the
    Dragon Fang Bomb 6 times, and as your opponent gets up from thast last set of
    3, nail him wit the Big Dragon Ball.  This causes over two bars of damage, and
    is one of the better Power Mode combos in the game.  The downside?  Getting
    the Dragon Fang Bomb to hit the dang guy so you can get the Big Dragon Ball
    off.  Take your time, and make sure all six of them count.  Try using the
    Dragon Storm if your opponent is constantly jumping around, dodging and
    projectile attack.
     With that in mind, his worst fear is not getting those power stones.  While
    WangTang is pretty good at regular attacks, he will get killed by other
    characters, like Gunrock, or Ryoma.  To solve this problem, dodge like crazy
    and don't initate any attacks.  Jump Kick your enemy, grab his power stone,
    get the one that appears and your all set.  Of course this is rather cheap,
    and will not work against a human opponent often. Still, I think it's worth it
    to use it because it can really turn the tide in battle.
     Another fast character, you will have to remember that he will have more Power
    Modes then you.  Look at the tips for beating Falcon and Rogue, they play just
    like WangTang; hit-and-runs, jump kicks, etc.
    Combo List:
           P---P <--PPPP(or) KPPP
     \ /  \K---P <--PPKP(or) KPKP
     / \  /P---P <--KKPP(or) PKPP
           K <--KKK(or) PKK
    Power Drive
       Raijinken                    Punch
       Iaizan                       Kick
    Power Fusion
       Midare Zanto                 Jump + Kick
       Tenchi Ryoudan               Jump + Punch
      Ryoma is a great character.  He probably has the best normal attacks in the
    game, and he has some decent speed.  What does this mean?  It means he doesn't
    need Power Mode to win, which makes him extremely dangerous.  Your best bet
    against him is projectile attacks, since he has one projectile move.
     Ryoma has a lot of different kinds of combos.  You can use Iaizan over and
    over again (after you get the first hit in) to take off reasonable damage. It's
    his only long-range move, and it's helpful if your opponent is keeping his
    distance.  Raijinken just about sucks big-time, and it almost has no use.
    Experiment if you want with it, but I tried and I didn't get much usefulness from
    it.  Your best combo?  Nail him with Iaizan a couple of times, run up to him and
    use Midare Zanto.  it's a beautiful melee attack, but it does require some skill
    in getting it off at the right time. Tenchi Ryoudan is good, but it's lack of
    long-range makes it weak compared to Midare Zanto.
     Ryoma doesnt really have a weakness in this game.  His PPPP, and KKKK are
    somewhat slow, but they do so much damage it's mind-bogglingt.  Ryoma is one of
    the better and maybe best character in the game.
     To beat Ryoma you must take advantage of his weak power mode moves.  They are
    fairly easy to dodge, and it's almost required for you to dodge them since his
    normal melee moves are so quick and fast.  Use projectile attacks and you
    shouldn't have too much trouble killing him, unless you are really slow, then
    rely on your stomp attack.
    Combo List:
            /P <--PPPP
         /  \K <--PPPK
       P-K     <--PPK
      /     /P <--PKKP(or) KKKP
    P-    K-
      \  /  \K <--PKKK(or) KKKP
      /  \
    K-    P    <--PKP(or) KKP
      \  /
         \  /P <--KPKP
            \K <--KPKK
    Power Drive
       Flower Shuriken              Punch
       Cherry Blossom Hide          Kick
    Power Fusion
       Hundred Flower Bloom         Jump + Kick
       Cherry Blossom Dance         Jump + Punch
     Ayame is the fastest character in the game.  With that, however, she tends to
    be the weakest of them all.  I disagree with that statement, if you know how to
    use her right.  Her PPPP is better then her kicks, as they are a bit faster.
    Speed is the key to her victory.
     Ayame overall has some of the best Power Mode moves in the game.  The Flower
    Shuriken move is OK, it's hard to hit people with it, and it should not be part
    of your overall Power Mode combo.  I experimented with it as a set up to Cherry
    Blossom Hide (a sweet uppercut move) and it worked out okay.  Nail  your
    opponent with that, step away to get a little distance and unleash Cherry
    Blossom Dance which nearly takes 2 bars of life if you get around 80% of the
    attack on your opponent.
     There really isnt a huge disadvantage to Ayame.  Her speed can give her time
    to grab those Power Stones, and her melee attacks are decent (barely).  Since
    they give almost no range, you do need to be careful.  The larger opponents
    like Gunrock can eat you alive by making sure you don't get the power stones.
    Spend some time trying to solve this problem, work a way to get around it, and
    Ayame becomes of the best characters in the game.
     Trying to hit Ayame with Power Mode moves is a bitch.  She's so fast you'll
    have too much trouble with her.  Just try and catch her with a jump kick or
    stomp, to make sure she doesnt get her Power Mode off.  Try to get a air
    throw off her, because users tend to jump around a lot with her.  Shes one of
    the harder opponents to kill.
    Combo List:
          /P          <--PPP(or) KPP
    P---P-   /P       <--PPKP(or) KPKP
    \   / \K-
     \ /     \K       <--PPKK(or) KPKK
     / \
    /   \ /P---P---P  <--KKPPPP(or) PKPPP
          \K          <--PKK(or) KKK
    Power Drive
       Gun Gun Rock                 Punch
       Rock Crush                   Kick
    Power Fusion
       Rock n Roll                  Jump + Kick
       Earthquake                   Jump + Punch
     Gunrock is one slow guy.  it's hard to use him as a character since hes soooo
    slow, and it's real hard to beat faster opponents.  His PPPP and KKKK are the
    worst in the game.  I guarantee you that your opponents will escape from you
    every time you try to use them.  To put it simple:  Gunrock sort of... sucks.
     He does have some reasonable Power Mode moves.  Gun Gun Rock has a fairly good
    projectile attack that can set up your Rock n Roll attack.  Rock Crush, however,
    it's pretty weak and you should avoid using it.  If your opponent times your
    attack, and jumps right when you hit the ground, he doesnt get hurt.  Nail
    him with the Gun Gun Rock, get close to him, and use Rock n Roll.  If you
    plan it right, you can take off close to 3 bars of life.  But he's so slow
    it's extremely hard to do this.
     Gunrock is just too damn slow.  Theres nothing you can really do about it,
    other then choosing another character.  He does have the cheapest move in the
    game however.  Jump into the air, and press the Kick+Punch button.  He will do
    a butt attack.  it's harder then hell to stop him from hitting you, and all he
    has to do is jump, do the attack, jump, and do the attack over and over and
    over again.  Overall: Skip him.
     This guy is so slow I shouldn't even add this.  Stomp, stomp, stomp.  Take his
    power stones, get into Power Mode and kill him.  it's as simple as that.  His
    slowness will not allow him to catch up to anyone with reasonable speed.  The
    easiest person in the game to beat.
    Combo List:
           P--P <--PPPP(or) KPPP
          /  \
    P---P-    K <--PPPK(or) KPPK
    \   /
     \ /
     / \   P--P <--KKPP(or) PKPP
    /   \ /
           K    <--PKK(or) KKK
    Power Drive
       Rolling Slash                Punch
       Round Slash                  Kick
    Power Fusion
       Killer Dance                 Jump + Kick
       Misery Rain                  Jump + Punch
     Jack has average speed and strength, which makes him an average character.  I
    noticed he only had a one button for melee attacks.  Was my controller messed
    up?  Not sure on that, but his KKKK was pretty slow, and didnt do much damage
    wise, so I suggest you use something else to attack with.  His throw is just
    like the majority, a simple 2 or 3 hit attack that takes off one bar of life.
     His Power Mode moves are decent to great.  Rolling Slash and Round Slash
    are both long-range moves, and are awesome to set up his Power Fusion attacks,
    which cause severe damage by doing 15+ hit combos.  Monster!  Misery Rain
    is a somewhat long-distance attack thats reasonably good, but the Killer Dance
    is his best.  The difficult thing is trying to get your opponent right near you.
    If you do connect, say hello to a 17 hit combo.
     What are Jacks disadvantages?  He's a little slow, and thats about it.  Hes
    one of the those extremely average characters, where he has no disadvantages
    or advantages.  Learning the Killer Dance can make him one of the better
    characters, but other then that, theres really nothing that distinguishes him
    better then then Falcon, or Ayame.
     I can't say much on how to beat Jack, other then to make sure he doesn't get
    three power stones because he has one of the deadliest Power Fusion moves in
    the game.  Your best strategy is to use the walls a lot, because Jack is a
    little slow.
    Combo List:
             /P <--PPPP(or) KPPP
          /  \K <--PPPK(or) KPPK
    P---P-   /P <--PPKP(or) KPKP
    \   / \K-
     \ /     \K <--PPKK(or) KPKK
     / \     /P <--KKPP(or) PKPP
    /   \ /P-
    K---K-   \K <--KKPK(or) PKPK
           K--K <--KKKK(or) PKKK
    Power Drive
       Light of Judgement           Punch
       Heavens Cry                  Kick
    Power Fusion
       Light of Vengeance           Jump + Kick
       Heavens Victory              Jump + Punch
     Caluda is another big man, but he has some speed to back him up.  That last
    sentence is rather scary to say the least, but since this is a fighting
    game, theres gotta be a catch.  There is, read further ^_^  Caludas PPPP
    attack is sweet, taking off serious damage at reasonable speed.
     Well... Caludas Power Mode moves suck like crap.  It's like Capcom got bored
    and decided to screw it and get the game done as fast as possible.  Light
    of Judgement is his best, a normal long-range attack.  Heavens Cry is an
    absolute disaster.  Your opponent has to be directly in front of you, and even
    then, it's hard not to fly right past him.  The 2 Power Fusions are even worst.
    Light of Vengenance seems and looks like a good one, but it isn't.  As long as
    your opponent is moving, this WILL NOT hit him.  Not one hit, and Heavens
    Victory is the same as Heavens Cry, only you waste a whole meter. Super!
     Caluda could have been awesome, but Capcom made him crappy as hell.  You need
    reasonable Power Mode moves and he doesnt have them.  I've really tried to
    find someway to work around this and I haven't.  He has that one projectile
    attack, and those are extremely easy to dodge.
     Wow, I didn't think anyone could be worse then Gunrock, but here he is.  Keep
    away from him so he can't get his throws off on you and victory to yours.
    Yawn...come on Capcom, create some better characters
         B.   S E C R E T   C H A R A C T E R S
    Combo List:
           P      <--PPP(or) KPP
          /   /P  <--PPKP(or) KPKP
    \   /     \K  <--PPKK(or) KPKK
     \ /
     / \     /P   <--KKPP(or) PKPP
    /   \ /P-
    K---K-   \K   <--KKPK(or) PKPK
          \  /P   <--KKKP(or) PKKP
             \K   <--KKKK(or) PKKK
    Power Drive
       Cannon                       Punch
       Claw                         Kick
    Power Fusion
       Power Spirit                 Jump + Kick
       Power Chomp                  Jump + Punch
     Kraken is a weird character.  He seems to be pretty good, but in reality he
    really isn't.  His PPPP and KKKK combos are extremely slow, and are escape prone.
    He isnt too quick, which doesnt help very much.  His strength is his throws,
    the jump kick, and stomp, but then again, isn't everyones best moves these?
     Krakens Power Mode moves...suck.  I know I've said this multiple times on
    multiple characters, but quite frankly, Capcom dropped the ball here. It's a
    little sad that so many characters in this game are rather useless. I've played
    a couple of hours with this guy, so don't think Ive played him once and didnt
    like him.  His cannon is reasonably good, if you can frikkin hit someone with
    it.  Only an idiot would get nailed by more then one of these, and the claw is
    just as bad.  The Power Fusion moves don't get much better either.  His Power
    Spirit move requires a lot of luck, because you need all 6 to hit your opponent
    to cause damage.  Of course, that rarely happens.  The Power Chomp is his best
    move, but you need to be close up to your opponent.  Make sure you are close
     Kraken is a weak secret character.  His Power Mode moves suck, and hes too slow
    to take advantage of the throws/jump kick/wall moves.  If you want a strong
    big character, look at Caluda, or even Gunrock (of course you can try Valgas,
    who is considered a big guy).
     Kraken is another slow guy, so throws and stomps are your best bet, and of
    course, beat his ass down once you are in Power Mode. 'nuff said.
    Combo List:
           P---P <--PPPP(or) KPPP
          /  \
    P---P-    K  <--PPPK(or) KPPK
    \   /
     \ /
     / \   P---P <--KKPP(or) PKPP
    /   \ /
           K---K <--KKKK(or) PKKK
    Power Drive
       Energy Beam                  Punch
       Homing Green Ball            Kick
       Triple Homing Green Ball     Kick (air)
    Power Fusion
       Power Beam                   Jump + Kick
       Power Shock                  Jump + Punch
     Valgas is probably the best overall character in the game.  He's got a quick
    attack, and has armor like no one else.  A throw doesn't take off one full bar
    off, making him super tough to beat.  His P and K combos are decent, but again,
    his stomp and throw moves are awesome.  They take off a lot too (obviously).
     Valgas power mode moves rock.  The energy beam is decent, awesome if you can
    master hitting your opponents.  Take advantage of the Homing Green Ball move
    and jump each time you use it.  You get 3 balls off instead of one, and it's
    easier to hit your opponent.  The Power Beam is exactly the same thing as the
    energy beam, only slightly more powerful, and you can rotate a little as you
    shoot.  The Power shock move is sweet.  As long as your opponent is in front
    of you, he will get nailed by this move, and it hurts a lot.  Anyone who has
    played against Valgas knows he's a pain in the ass.  His best Power Mode combo
    is the Triple Homing Green Move and then finish your meter off with the Power
    Shock Fusion move.
     Like I said earlier, Valgas is overall the best character.  He isn't as fast
    as others, which tends to make people pass him up after a couple of tries with
    him.  I recommend working with him a lot, and you will soon become the master
    of this game.  Anyway, the only downside to him is that you need to beat the
    game 9 times...yawn.
    Wow, this guy is tough.  Throws take off 3/4 life bars off, and Power Mode
    moves, rarely take off more then 2 bars.  Just keep hacking away and hope to
    god he doesn't get the power stones first.
    =Final Valgas=
       Normal Swipe w/ hands        Punch
       Normal Shooting Spikes       Kick
       Grab                         Kick+Punch
       Strong Shooting Spikes       Jump + Kick
       Power Lazer                  Jump + Punch
    This is rather interesting... this is pretty cool to check out but considering
    Final Valgas is a piece of crap, it will get boring fairly easy.  If you are
    using him, theres a 99% chance you know how he attacks, and moves, so I don't
    want to go into too much detail with that.  When using him, you have one
    primary goal (other then killing your opponent).  You must keep him away from
    those Power Stones.  Final Valgas is screwed once your opponent is in Power
    Mode, because you can't dodge anything.
    Use the Strong Shooting Spikes move the most, considering your opponent will
    be running around you trying to get those stones.  If he's fairly slow, you can
    get him with them, but if he's fast like Falcon or Ayame, you don't have much of
    a chance to stop them.
    The best way to defeat Final Valgas is simple.  Get into Power Mode, find an
    item like a hammer or sword, and hack away.  Don't use your meter, you are more
    then likely to take off more damage just using an item.  And since you are in
    Power Mode, you can't be hurt.
    (items grouped together are basically the same thing)
    Rating out of 5 stars
    [Swords/Pipes] - 4/5
    These are pretty nice items.  They slow you down a bit (nothing huge, you still
    run) and they take off a whopping one bar per hit.  What does that mean? One
    deadly item.  You are going to get jumped attack up the ass when you have one
    of these, so pay attention to what your opponent is doing.  My suggestion, try
    to determine where he is going to land so that you will be right there to meet
    him with a nice swipe of a pipe or sword.
    [Sixshooter]- 4.5/5
    Probably the best normal item in the game.  As the name hints, you have 6 shots
    with a gun.  Each shot is worthy of knocking a power stone off your opponent,
    so you can guess what this itemĀ¹s best purpose is.  Each shot takes off about
    half of a bar off.  .5 x 6 = 3 bars of life.
    [Flame Thrower]- 5/5
    Another great item.  This one slows you down to a walking motion, but who the
    hell cares?  This item shoots a long fiery of fire towards your opponent, and
    you can quickly rotate 360 degrees.  Each hit takes off 3/4 of a bar of life.
    This one is awesome, because unless your opponent has learned the art of
    jumping, you should hit him a couple of times with this.
    [NormalBombs/BigBombs/Motolov Cocktails] 2/5
    Bombs are kind of weak in the game.  The Normal bomb begins with a countdown
    at 5.  When it drops down to 0, it blows up, causing a small blast-radius.
    The Big Bomb has the same effect, only theres a bigger blast radius.  I don't
    really like these, it's extremely tough to hit someone with these, and they take
    off less then one bars worth of life.  The Motolov Cocktail rocks though.  Take
    one of these bad boys and strut around as your opponents runs away.  Nail him,
    and he has one less bar.  As with most projectile attacks, this misses often,
    so make sure you get yourself a reasonable shot.
    [Hammer] - 5/5
    As good as the Sixshooter, and maybe even better.  The hammer doesnt slow you
    down at all (if it does, I havent noticed).  You have a total of 3 swings,
    each taking off 1 and a half bars of life.  Wow!  With one of these, you can
    simply bring your opponent to his knees.  Since it's a melee weapon, you do have
    to be careful from jump kicks, but since you are moving as your fastest speeds,
    those can easily be avoided as long as you detect them.  Cherish every moment
    you have one of these bad boys and try to get at least one hit off.
    [Benches, Signs, Chairs, Plants, etc.]- 3/5
    Each one takes about one half of a bar, and there's tons of these per stage.
    They are best used when you are runnign away from your opponent.  Press
    P or K, and you will leap frog over the item, pushing it back against your
    opponent.  Not bad at all.  When you are holding one, you slow down to a walking
    Kick + Punch, Button commonly used: B
    Unlike most 3D fighters (Tekken, Dead or Alive), throwing isnt too important
    in Power Stone.  Most don't use it, which isn't really a mistake, but learning
    to master the art can make you almost unstoppable.
    There's 2 kinds of throws.  Ground and Air.  To perform a ground throw, simply
    press the K+P button when you are relativity close to your opponent, and bam.
    There goes one bar of life.  Air throws are a little tougher to pull off, but
    they do look a lot nicer.  Some take off a little more then their ground
    counterparts, and some don't.  They sure look a hell of a lot nicer though!
    One final note:  Make sure you are pretty close to your opponent.  If you
    aren't, you will just do a regular punch when you press the K+P, and that just
    sucks, since there's only a few times in each match that you are in the
    situation where you can actually throw.
    You also have the option of throwing the many pieces of the enviroment.  This
    ranges from benches, plants, and chairs.  You have a couple of choices.  You
    can push the bench, etc. by punching or kicking it.  It will move towards your
    opponent.  You can pick it up, by hitting K+P, and then you can walk around
    and throw it whenever you want, by hitting punch or kick.  This is a pretty good
    way to get that power stone your opponent has, since you don't need to be really
    close to your opponent.
    =Power Mode System=
    What makes Power Stone so unique is the Power Mode System.  Think about the
    Street Fighter Alpha series.  When you get your bar powered up, you are allowed
    to use a more powerful attack.  Thats what the Power Mode System basically is,
    but in reality, thats the only thing in common.  It's a power mode.
    To get your character in Power Mode, you must collect 3 Power Stones that appear
    throughout the match.  Each character starts with one each, and one quickly
    appears in the first 10 seconds.  Whenever you get a solid hit on your
    opponent, one power stone (if he has one) will fly out and land somewhere on
    the stage.  Some characters depend on getting these as fast as possible, and
    some don't.  Read the Character MoveList section to find out which ones need
    the power mode more.
    What does Power Mode do?  It lets you use more powerful attacks.  And makes you
    invulnerable to any attack your opponent gives you.  Your punch and kick buttons
    become Power Drive moves.  They are stronger then you old P and K but arent the
    strongest of the Power mode moves.  These take a small amount of the Power
    mode Meter, which is located at the bottom part of your screen.  The 2nd kind
    of moves, Power Fusions, are more powerful, and take up your whole meter.  These
    require some strategy, so that you can take the most damage.
    Remember: Power Fusion moves take up your whole meter, but they don't require
    a lot of it.  Use your Drive moves until your meter is somewhat like this:
    |\/|               |
    I don't believe you can get much lower on this, and you don't want to waste your
    chance by using another Power Drive.  Experiment a little to find the right
    While in Power Mode, every single character can grab a pole and swing at it, no
    matter who it is.  You also cannot be hit to the ground, but you can still lose
    energy (at a slower rate however).
    A valuable move to learn is the Escape move.  it's quite easy to learn, but tough
    to master the timing.  Below are the buttons you can use to escape an attack:
    D-Pad (away from opponent)
    D-Pad and K+P
    Hit the D-Pad in a direction away from the opponent or jump just when your
    opponent is about to hit you.  It doest seem too hard, but when you are in the
    heat of battle, it gets tough to remember to press it.  It's hard to figure out
    if you have been beaten to get the attack off first, and thats the major
    problem with getting the escape off.
    The final way to get an escape off is by pressing the D-Pad and K+P.  Of course,
    you need to do this just before you get hit, but the benefit of pressing the
    extra button is that you reverse his move, and get him into a position where
    you can easily get a PPPP or KKKK or even a throw off.  This is by far the
    toughest escape move in the game, and it's not necessary to win matches against
    the computer and humans.  I suggest you don't try to get too frustrated trying
    to do it.  it's sort of diappointing Capcom didnt make this move significan't
    in winning, but what are you going to do.  This is a nice move to master for
    fighting veterans.
    =Jump Kick=
    Although Power Stone is a 3D game, it basically plays like a 2D game.  Guess
    what that means?  The Jump Kick is one of your most useful moves. What can I do?
    One hit with it and your opponent uses his power stone, and it's extremely hard
    to dodge, once you are coming down.  In Power Stone, you have a couple of Jump
    Kicks.  A Jump Punch, Kick, and a Stomp.  Press Jump and K+P and you will move
    straight down, bounce on your opponent, then finish your move off.  Cheapness
    factor = lots.  But it sure does work.
    There's also one other kind of Jump Kick type move, and it's the most interesting
    one.  Each character and jump off the wall, and then attack, making some great,
    and surprising moves.  When does this work?  If your opponent is chasing you,
    run up to the wall, jump on it, and then do one of the Jump Kick moves.  Bam!
    Stopped him right in this tracks.  Of course, like most cheap moves, players
    devise plans just to beat you, and that means being even cheaper, so don't use
    this too much.
    (NOTE: Im not sure if this is a jump kick, but if you just walk to the side of
    the wall, and press K+P, you will fly off the wall into a baseball slide kick.
    It's even more surprising then the Jump Wall move, and will get people more
    off-guard.  Just wasnt sure if it's considered a jump kick)
    One last thing.  When you jump kick and miss, your opponent will most likely
    try a jump kick of his own, especially if he has 2 power stones.  Always
    remember that, and be prepared to jump out of an attack for the escape.
    =Pole Techs=
    Figured I should add this, since each level has one of these, not counting
    the boss stages though.
    Each character has a special move on a pole by pressing K+P.  The smaller
    characters, like Rogue, Falcon, Ayame, Ryoma, etc. swing around it and do a
    baseball slide attack.  The bigger fellas get the advantage here.  Instead of
    doing some weak swing and slide move, they literally pull the damn pole out of
    the ground, and swing it across the screen.  Yikes!  The swing just about takes
    the whole screen, meaning you need to jump or lights out for you.  Luckily,
    there are few levels small enough to make this REAL successful, so you shouldn't
    worry about it too much, and the fact that the big guys just about suck as
    characters means you will be taking on weak computer opponents, and that's the
    only time you would have to worry about this.
    VI.    STAGES
    The maps for each stage use a couple of abbreviations that you should take note
    T        Tables
    C        Chairs
    S        Signs
    P        Pots
    B        Box
    U        Ummm...what the hell is this =)
    []       Statue, column
    (  )     Cannon
    Also, the | and -- marks represents change of elevation.  The _____ shows it's
    Hmmmm? shouldn't it be London?  Oh well.  Anyway, this is a pretty good stage.
    It has some heights (not a lot to make a huge difference) a large fountain
    in the middle, 2 poles, and a hell of a lot of items to throw.  The walls are
    extremely close, so use the jump-off-wall technique to your advantage.  Watch
    out for those tables, and chairs located at the far right corner.  it's a pain
    in the ass to get past those to the ledge right near them.  Power Stones usually
    appear there.
    | Ledge |____________|    |  |
    |-------|__stairs____|    |  |
    |       |____________|    |  |
    |T, C, S                  |  |
    |          /----\         |  |
    |         /      \        |Stairs
    |        |Fountain|       |  |
    |         \      /        |  |
    |          \----/         |  |
    |                         |  |
    |   o-Pole            o-Pole |
    |                         |  |
    Kind of a plain stage.  The level is basically made of 2 parts.  The sand pit
    area, where most of the items are found, and the upper level.  This is a bad
    level to find your opponent in Power Mode, because theres a lot of jumping
    over ledges, and one messed-up jump could mean a couple of life bars.   Overall,
    a fairly plain level.  Note that strong characters can make a ruckus on those 2
    poles, especially if you are Gunrock or Caluda.  Just stay the hell out of that
             |No Purpose
             |        |
    |          | S  |            |
    |          | A  |            |
    |          | N  |      0-Tree|
    |          | D  |            |
    |          |    |            |
    |        |P       |          |
    |        |        |          |
    |--------|   0-Col.----------|
    |  sand  |        |   sand   |
    |--------|P  0-Col.----------|
    |        |        | P        |
    Lots of chairs, don't you agree?  This ones rather cool, because all the action
    is in such a small place.  3 poles in the stage, which means bad news if your
    opponent is Gunrock, or Galuda, 'cuz a swipe basically takes the whole stage.
    The table in the middle even makes the stage feel a little small, and with the
    chairs, you got a small stage for a huge fight.  it's easy to get caught up
    in the chairs, so make sure you don't, especially when your opponent has
    Power Mode on.
    |      |      P          |
    |      |                 |
    |      |                 |
    | Pole-o_______o-Pole____|
    |      |                 |
    |      |                 |
    | C,T  |   /---\     C   |
    |      |  |    |         |
    | Pole-o   \---/         |
    |      |                 |
    | C    |  C              |
    |  C   |             C   |
    Another simple stage.  Basically theres a small ledge that surrounds most of
    it, and thats where most of the power stones and items tend to appear.  If you
    notice above the characters, you can jump up and hold onto K+P.  You will be
    able to monkey swing around the room.  Theres bags on top, and as you walk near
    them they fall directly down.. hint hint hint.  An alright stage.  There's a lot
    of free room, which makes it interesting when someone is on Power Mode.
    | U  o-Pole        o-Pole  T |
    |   --------------------|    |
    |   |                   |    |
    |   |                   |    |
    |   |                   |  U |
    |   |  B    o-Pole      |  U |
    |   |                   |----|
    |   |                        |
    |   |                        |
    |   |                 U      |
    |   |                        |
    |   |                        |
    Similiar to Oedo.  Actually, to tell you the truth, they are almost the same.
    The only different might be the size, Oedo seems to be a bit bigger, and Mutsu
    has a bigger open level space.  They still play quite the same, so if you like
    Odeo you will love this one.  If you are a fast character, you can jump onto
    the roof, while the bigger guys can't.  Hehe, bombs away.
    |                      |
    | B |--------------|  o-Pole
    |   |  B           |   |
    |   |              |---|
    | B |                  |
    |   |---|              |
    |   o-Pole    |--------|
    |   |   |     |H2O     |
    |   |H2O|     |--------|
    | P |   |[]        []  |
    |   |---|              |
    |   |                  |
    Stage is rather dull... just kidding.  Lots of action is packed into this
    relativity small area.  The barrels on the top right can be rolled off onto
    unsuspecting opponents (ive yet to figure out how to do that yet).  There's
    lots of different poles you can jump off too, so remember that for both
    offensive and defensive strategies.  it's a bitch to dodge power drive and
    fusion moves, so do try to stop your opponent from getting them.  If he does,
    your best strategy is to run on to the higher ground on the top left part of the
    |        [     ][     ][     ] <-- Barrels
    |      |---------------------|
    |      |   B      T        B |
    |      |                     |
    |      |---------o-Pole------|
    |      |                     |
    |      |        T            |
    |------o-Pole            B   |
    | |                          |
    | |                          |
    | |         B         B      |
    | |                          |
    Rather simple level, with a lot of things that can hurt you.  Basically,
    everything that can hurt you, or that you can throw are on the sides.  The
    middle is all left for fighting.  There's some minor things you need to worry
    about.  The huge propellor will hurt you if you get in it's way, as well as the
    rock muncher type thing (what the hell is it called?).  Remember, don't stay
    too long on that conveyor belt.  The last thing you need to worry about is the
    blast of flames that come out of the furnance when the grates open.  It's quite
    obvious when this happens, and it shouldn't be too much of a problem.  One last
    note:  You can climb on the grating on top of the stage.
    Turning -------------|     |
    Spike    Con. Belt   |     |
    thing ---------------|-----|
     |          | |            |
     |          | |            |
     |B        /---\           |
     |B       /     \          |
     |B   o-Pole    |   o-Pole |
     |B       \     /          |
     |B        \---/           |
     |          | |         B  |
     |          | |            |
    I kind of got a feeling this was like a stop for a train, with the giant clock.
    Hmm...weird.  Anyway, this is a pretty cool level.  Another plain one, with
    almost nothing special about it.  Both glass windows can be broken within a
    couple of hit's, revealing some more space, and items.  The giant clock and be
    hit down on the ground.  Theres 3 poles in the stage, 2 become available after
    the glass has been shattered.
    | P  |   |         |  S |    |
    |    |   |   Clock |    |    |
    | H  |   |         |  S |    |
    |    |   |         |    |    |
    |----|   |         |    |----|
    |        |         |         |
    |--------o-Pole    o-Pole----|
    |                            |
    |                            |
    |            o-Pole     B    |
    |                            |
    =Krakens Stage=
    Theres a lot of crap in this stage that makes it rather small.  The 4 cannons
    shoot every once in awhile, but they are only a minor nuisance.  The barely
    take any life away, and the cannons rarely hit you.  The biggest nuissance is
    the giant anchor that swings back and forth on the top of the stage.  Power
    Stones tend to appear there, which means you are going to get hit a lot if you
    arent careful.  You can also jump on the sides, as well as the high roof on
    top, but why would you want to do that?
    | |        ::anchor::       | |
    | |-------------------------| |
    | |       |        |        | |
    | |   B   | Cabin  |        | |
    | |-------o<-Pole->o--------| |
    | |  |                   |  | |
    | |(   )               (   )| |
    | |  |                   |  | |
    | |  |                   |  | |
    | |(   )               (   )| |
    | |  | B               B |  | |
    =Valgas Stage=
    Hmmm... seems to me Capcom got bored designing this one.  Theres nothing in this
    stage.  A couple of steps in the corners, and a couple of blocks.  Thats about
    it.  The level is fairly small, so use the walls to your advantage.  Other then
    that, this level gives out no advantages or disadvantages.
    |  |  |      |            |
    |--|--|      |------------|
    |--|__|                   |
    |                         |
    |--|                      |
    |  |                      |
    |  |                  B   |
    |  |    B                 |
    |  |                      |
    |  |                      |
    =Final Stage=
    Hmm.. wish I had a name for this.  Anyway, no map here, considering theres
    nothing really to spot.  Since you're here only to fight Final Valgas, let me
    give out some pointers.  Always run straight, to the left or the right to
    dodge his attacks.  If you don't, you will get nailed by that arrow move.  If
    you are using a slower character, you will need to jump just when they hit the
    ground, for you to be able to dodge them.
    Theres a number of secrets you can receive in the game, and they require
    different things done to earn them.  Below is the list, with the page
    number they are on in the Power Stone Collection Book found on the title
    screen of the game.  Kraken and Valgas MoveLists can be found in the MoveList
    1:  [Weapon]-Nyoi-Bo
    Requirement: Beat the game with any character at any difficulty level.
    The Nyoi-Bo extends (duh!) across the screen as you press punch.  it's pretty
    good, but it's worthless unless you are far away.  Remember, this bad boy has
    one hell of a range, so take advantage of it.  Great item if used right.
    2:  [Weapon]-Machine Gun
    Requirement: Beat the game with a different character at any difficulty level.
    The machine gun is a weak version of the sixshooter, but it shoots a lot
    faster.  You are extremely slow when shooting, especially when you need to
    rotate around to get your opponent.  Not a great item, and you should probably
    forget about using it often.
    3:  [Weapon]-Ray Gun
    Requirement: Beat the game with a different character at any difficulty level.
    Shoots a hypnotic type beam.  it's range is about half a screen or so and it
    expands as it gets further away.  Im not really sure how good this is, Ive never
    hit someone with it.  The range is it's weakness, and makes it a crappy item.
    More info will be given once I hit someone with it.
    4:  [Item]-Power Shield
    Requirement: Beat the game with a different character at any difficulty level.
    As you wear this shield, nothing can hurt you, unless your opponent gets close
    enough to pull off a throw, or you stand right next to an exploding bomb.
    Theres a catch however.  You can't attack either, making this a pretty much
    useless item.  it's only use, comes when it's lying right near you and your
    opponent just gets the 3rd stone, of course thats one long wait until that
    power meter goes off...
    5:  [Game]-1st Person Perspective Mode (1 Player)
    Requirement: Beat the game with Kraken
    This special mode supposedly gives you a 1st person view as you play, but it's
    really not a 1st person view, but more of an behind the person and a little
    higher view.  Made Falcon move slower then usual too...
    6:  [Game]-1st Person Perspective Mode (Versus)
    Requirement: Beat the game with Valgas
    Same thing as above, except the screen is split for both characters.
    7:  [Mini-Game]-Falcons Aerial Adventure
    Requirement: Beat the game 5 times with 5 different characters.
    8:  [Mini-Game]-Ayames Shuriken Training
    Requirement: Beat the game 6 times with 6 different characters.
    9:  [Mini-Game]-Gunrock Gun-Gun Slots
    Requirement: Beat the game 7 times with 7 different characters.
    10: [Character]-Kraken
    Requirement: Beat the game with all 8 characters at any difficulty level.
    Allows you to play Kraken as a normal character,
    11: [Character]-Valgas
    Requirement: Beat the game with Kraken
    Allows you to play Valgas as a normal character.
    12: [Character]-Final Valgas
    Requirement: Beat the game with any character after you are able to select
    Valgas as a normal character.  You cannot continue.
    Lets you use Final Valgas.  Only one player can use it per match.
    13: [Option]-Art Gallery
    Requirement: Get 1000 coins in the mini-games
    You can look at art of the characters, stages, etc.
    14: [Option]-Ending Collection
    Requirement: Beat the game with any character at any difficulty level.
    Lets you see all the endings of the characters that you have beaten.  Thats
    pretty much it.
    15: [Option]-Sound Gallery
    Requirement: Get 2000 coins in the mini-games.
    You can listen to the many sounds of Power Stone.  Not sure if it's worth all the
    time using the VMU though.
    Going through the game once also gives you the Extra Options menu, which is
    opened in the main screen.  You have a number of different things you can do
    to affect gameplay in Power Stone.
      Power Stone  [3] 4  5
      Determines the number of power stones that are allowed on the screen.
      Power Gauge Timer Default  [Off]
      Determine whether or not you have a timer in Power Mode.
      Extra Items  [On]  Off
      Allow the items you have collected to appear in matches.
      Damage Recovery  On  [Off]
      Determines whether or not blue bars show up in your life.  Whatever part of
      your bar is blue can be regenerate as time goes by.
      After Rounds Recovery  On  [Off]
      Havent noticed what this does.  Anyone else?
      Transformer Damage  [O%]  50%  100%  200%
      I guess raises the damage of your Power Mode moves.
      Transformation Attack  [50%]  100%  150%  200%
      Damage of your Power Mode moves are increased.
    VIII.  Thanks and Disclaimers
    Credits (In no particular order):
        For creating a great game outside the Street Fighter and Resident Evil
        series.  Yay!
      Capcom of Japan <www.capcom.co.jp>
        For all the different combos for each character.
      OneWingedAngels Power Stone Arcade FAQ
        For item names.
      Billys Power Stone Collection Guide
        For guiding me how to get most of the secrets.
      CJAYC <www.gamefaqs.com>
        For creating the coolest site on the internet (and hosting this guide) and
        Im also using his FAQ lay-out (sort of).  Also (V0.96) guided me to the
        Capcom of Japans combo list.
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