Clone strikes?

  1. How does this skill work? It's hard to ever see what is really going on with the dash shot so I can't even tell what changed with it by getting this skill. Plus I have no idea what a crouched charge attack is.

    User Info: iSeiba

    iSeiba - 4 years ago

Top Voted Answer

  1. With each lv you added your skill points in, it adds 1 more arrow with the expense of 1 arrow. Which means:

    Clone Strike lv 0 - 1 arrow shot
    Clone Strike lv 1 - 2 arrow shot

    And so forth.

    About the crouched charged attack. Left analog stick up and hold circle then release. Same thing as the dash shot, the skill will add one more arrow depending on the skill lv.

    Hope this helps.

    User Info: soullessheart

    soullessheart - 4 years ago 4 1


  1. While on the ground, hold up and circle to charge, then release circle.

    User Info: INFERTakuya

    INFERTakuya - 4 years ago 0 0
  2. Hold down+circle. There is another part to this where you dash (double tap foward, it's easier) and press circle.

    User Info: Nix8525

    Nix8525 - 4 years ago 0 4
  3. Clone Strike is interesting because it adds an additional shot to the running O attack for every level bought for it, as well as adding another arrow for the upward Charged Shot, which is performed by holding down O and the up direction on the D-pad or Analog stick (whatever you set to be your movement in the Options menu) and releasing the O button after you see the winds collect around your arrow's point.

    Your should see more than one arrow fired, and a small dust devil dancing around where the arrows landed, dealing additional damage over time to monsters touching the wind.

    This crouching charged shot can also be upgraded further with the Salamander Oil or Poison Extract being active!

    User Info: fated_soul

    fated_soul - 4 years ago 1 0
  4. Clone Strikes affects two of your shots - the running shot, and the Charged Upward Shot (Hold Up+O on the ground).

    Basically it adds arrows whenever you do either of the shots mentioned. Level 1 Makes you shoot two arrows at once, Level 2 you shoot three arrows at once, etc.

    Worth noting that you do actually lose the additional arrows from your quiver when you use it (ie if you have the Level 2 version each time you use it will consume 3 arrows)

    User Info: cynicalsaint

    cynicalsaint - 4 years ago 0 0

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