Destiny of an Emperor: Battles IV

Destiny of an Emperor: Battles: Chapter IV (Yuan Shao)

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On this page all set battles fought in Destiny of an Emperor from after Yuan Shu’s defeat up until Yuan Shao’s death are listed. Each entry includes a list of officers you must face, a screenshot of the battle, then a strategy for completing it should you have trouble when you play the game.

Chapter IV – Battles Against Yuan Shao’s Officers

Chapter IV begins after Yuan Shu’s defeat and lasts until Yuan Shao’s death.

Battle 20: Yuan Shao’s Ambush
Yuan Shao - 1754, Guo Tu - 1317, Wen Hun - 1449, Yan Liang - 1381, Lu Bu - 613
Strategy: There is no particular strategy to this battle. Yuan Shao will catch you by surprise and he will attack you with all his men including the reinforced Lu Bu. If you have equipped all your men and given Lu Bu's equipment to your 6th general you may be able to survive the round without any deaths. If not, or if he caught you unprepared, you may loose up to 4 generals. The odds of him wiping you out though are almost nonexistent. Even if all your generals are weak enough, one of them still usually uses a non-damage tactic.

Battle 21: Bo Hai Castle
Lu Guang - 1037, Shen Pei - 1259, Gao Lan - 942, Rebel Force *2
Strategy: Focus all physical attacks on Shen Pei while having or two intelligent officer (Guan Yu, Liu Feng) cast Ye Huo on Lu Guang. You may wish to cast Shui Jian to protect against Shen Pei's Shui Xing, but it is not necessary for survival. When both are defeated focus both physical attacks and fire attacks on Gao Lan until he is weak. At this point it is safe go to all-out. Heal as needed throughout the battle.

Battle 22: Xu Shou’s Fortress
Xu Shou - 1255, Yan Liang - 1381, Wen Hun - 1449, Rebel Force
Strategy: You must start the battle by reducing both Yan Liang and Wen Hun below 1000. The best strategy to do this is have three powerful characters use Power Pills on Yan Liang and the other two smart officers use Ye Huo on Wen Hun. Repeat this two rounds and they should be below. From this point continue beating on Yan Liang with all you have until he goes under then you will start on Wen Hun. When they are defeated you can start on Xu Shou. Remember, he has Yan Re, a new fire tactic. It can do terrifying damage to all in your party. Did you bring Xu Zhe? I hope so. You must take him down with all you have as well. Heal as needed only, and you do not want him to get a window in which to use Tong Xian. This and a lack of critical hits and Yan Res on their part can lead you to victory.

Battle 23: Guang Zong Castle
Yuan Tan - 1594, Yuan Xi - 1519, Tian Feng - 1141, Rebel Force
Strategy: Focus all physical attacks on Yuan Tan while having one or two intelligent officers (Guan Yu, Zhao Yun, or Xu Zhe) cast Ye Huo on Yuan Xi. Yuan Xi will not be hit every time but it will be enough to count. When one of the two is defeated you should alter your strategy (If you don't mind the cost, Power Pills can be used instead). It is important that you get them below 1000 quickly. If Yuan Xi is still up while Yuan Tan is down, make a few more attacks on Yuan Xi. Make one or two on Tian Feng as well. Continue when all are below 1000. If Yuan Tan was defeated, start making your attacks against Tian Feng. If Yuan Xi was defeated have everyone make physical attacks against Yuan Tan then finally Tian Feng. You may want to use Power Pills if attacking a general above 1000 soldiers.

Battle 24: Yuan Shang in Guan Zong City
Yuan Shang - 1672, Rebel Force *4
Strategy: Yuan Shang is one of the most powerful generals you have met yet. He is strong, smart, has many soldiers, and some of the best tactics of the area. He is also alone, and that is why he will not be too hard. Simply focus on him with normal attacks with all characters. If anyone gets below 200 simply heal them with Tong Xian. The battle may take a little longer, but you should defeat him without losing a general.

Battle 25: Ji Zhou’s First Gate
Ma Yan - 942, Lu Xiang - 942, Rebel Force *3
Strategy: Focus all physical attacks on Ma Yan while having two intelligent officers (Guan Yu, Zhao Yun, or Xu Zhe) cast Ye Huo on Lu Xiang. When one of the two is defeated you can go all-out to finish the battle.

Battle 26: Ji Zhou’s Second Gate
Zhang Yi - 989, Guo Tu - 1317, Rebel Force *2
Strategy: Focus all physical attacks on Guo Tu while having two intelligent officers (Guan Yu, Zhao Yun, or Xu Zhe) cast Yan Re on the enemy party. When one of the two is defeated you can go all-out to finish the battle.

Battle 27a: Ji Zhou Castle
Yuan Shao - 1754, Zhang He - 1317, Ju Shou - 1449, Lu Bu - 1449
Strategy: This battle is only very terrible if you leave Lu Bu alone. You _must_ defeat him as soon as you can. Focus all physical attacks on Lu Bu, using Power Pills at least while he is above 1000. Have two or three intelligent officers cast Yan Re (Guan Yu, Zhao Yun, Xu Zhe) on the enemy party. The spell will rarely his most of the generals, but it will do more than its share of damage. Make sure you conserve some TP for Tong Xian. When Lu Bu is below 1000, and you see another general close, go ahead and attack them once to make sure they fall below. Most all the generals should be nearly below within the first four rounds. Remove the enemies with physical attacks in this order: Lu Bu, Zhang He, Yuan Shao, and then Ju Shou.

Battle 27b: Ji Zhou Castle
Yuan Shao - 1754, Yuan Shu - 899, Zhang He - 1317, Ju Shou - 1449, Lu Bu - 1449
Strategy: If you spared Yuan Shu in the previous chapter, he will be included in this battle. Use the strategy listed for the battle without Yuan Shu, then destroy him after you have defeated the others. He is the weakest officer in this battle when present.

© 1989 Hiroshi Motomiya, © 1989 M and M Co., © 1989 Shueisha, Produced by Capcom Co. Ltd.

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March 7, 2014