That easy though. Pretzel moves like in KoF is what really tickles the casual bone.
Good timing, I just got past this yesterday playing fft for the first time. It wasn't too hard once I realized you can buy gear for knights and archers in the castle. If you couldn't figure out the jobs and skills system and weren't buying proper gear for people this would be completely impossible.
I was not fucking prepared the first time this fucker popped up/
Which level is it? Literally finished Thief 10 minutes ago. Looks like one of the early ones.
>sword build on dark mode
>get to this fight
>but I would have put down Cragscleft myself as the casual filter.
Yeah, I was always buying all the water arrows after that mission just in case (and also useful for turning the flares off obviously).
>tfw you spent at least an hour trying to find the right sequence
>say fuck it and look at guide
>you can rotate objects in your inventory
I really fucking hope you're baiting me.
I played dark mode with FCR. I dunno if it made the fight easier or harder though.
Doubt it changed the AI significally.
You just have to roll when he starts flailing aimlessly and wait for his Quen to cease.
>tfw 3 sleepless nights of drawing on the walls and placing thumbtacks and string from image to image trying to find a connection
>had help from 3 different detectives and even a Sherlock Holmes impersonator
>finally admit defeat and look up a guide to solve this inscrutable puzzle
>"turn the claw"
>oh its just an rpg starting boss it should be easy enou-
>I AM COVERED IN CUTS AND BRUISES
>those death screams
If you are not using the default knights, king or other dlc characters your fucked