Star Breaker Episode 3
|Star Breaker Episode 3|
- “They say that every girl holds a maternal instinct within. My next plan is rousing that instinct!”
Story[edit | edit source]
After burning both Poppos brown, Tomomo mentions that every girl has a maternal instinct, and plans on awakening Star Breaker's by bringing Nanako and Kae to play, mentioning how the former looks like a child while the latter "is a child at heart". Star Breaker is excited that she gets to burn humans this time, and the match commences.
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Strategy[edit | edit source]
Episode 3 is somewhat difficult for the same reasons as episode 2. The board, Planet Earth, can be very frustrating to traverse due to its plus shape, as the player will have to decide between aor taking a long way around. This can make it very difficult to catch an opponent if the player is forced to take the long route and rolls poorly for movement. Fortunately, while few in nature, the panels on the board are located next to panels making them easier to access in theory. As a result of the few encounter panels available, however, the player will want to focus on combat with the other players during the match to get wins. The easiest source of wins amongst the three will be , given her naturally low health and defense. As long as the player starts the battle to ignore her passive attack boost and rolls well, they will be able to KO Kae from full HP. The player can take advantage of 's passive, as well, but should be mindful of her harsh returning attack if they fail to KO her.
With the two other fighters keeping the player busy, the greatest rival will actually ironically bewho will likely be collecting stars in the background. As often seen with CPU , the Nanako the player will encounter will be notoriously difficult to KO, likely needing 3 hits to defeat and shrugging off the strongest of attacks. The player will need to keep track of her stars during the match as she may suddenly have enough to win the game. Another challenge the player may face is often the presence of in the deck, which can be a blessing but more often a curse for Star Breaker.