Destiny of an Emperor: Battles V

Destiny of an Emperor: Battles: Chapter V (Jingzhou)

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On this page all set battles fought in Destiny of an Emperor from after Yuan Shao’s death up until Jing Zhou is unified 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 V – Battles Against Jing Zhou Officers

Chapter V begins after Yuan Shao’s death and lasts until Jing Zhou is unified.

Battle 28: Wu Ling Castle
Jin Xuan - 1317, Gong Zhi - 1197, Rebel Force *2
Strategy: Focus all physical attacks on Gong Zhi while having two or three intelligent officers (Guan Yu, Xu Zhe, or Zhao Yun) cast Ye Huo. Remember to get the generals below 1000 as soon as possible. When one of the two is defeated you may go all-out to finish the battle.

Battle 29: Chang Sha Castle
Han Xuan - 1519, Huang Zhong - 1381, Wei Yan - 1317, Yang Ling - 1197, Rebel Force
Strategy: This will be a hard battle, like Han Xuan said, and many generals could die if you don't get Wei Yan and Huang Zhong under 1000 quickly. In the first round have your two strongest fighters use Power Pills on Huang Zhong and, if you have three intelligent officers (Guan Yu, Xu Zhe, Zhao Yun) have them all use Ye Huo. If you only have two, have the strongest of three remaining (best if with the Bow) use a Power Pill on Wei Yan. This could take both Wei Yan and Huang Zhong under a 1000, but if it does not, try to have the person with Chi Tu Ma get a hit in to do so before they get a turn. You must now focus all physical attacks on Huang Zhong with three warriors, and then when he is defeated, on Wei Yan with two or three. The other smart generals should be using Yan Re while doing this. When they are both defeated the other two should be under 1000 or nearly dead. If you are not too beaten up, go all-out to finish the battle. If you are wounded, kill the one with less soldiers, then the stronger one. Heal as needed throughout the battle and remember to leave a few TP for healing in an emergency.

Battle 30a: Gui Yang Palace
Zhao Fan - 1594, Bao Long - 1255, Chen Ying - 1197, Rebel Force *2
Strategy: If you refuse to accept Zhao Fan’s hospitality, he attacks you. The strategy is simple. Have Wei Yan, using a sword (or the most powerful alternative), attack Zhao Fan. Have the other character with a sword attack Bao Long. Have another person with a Bow attack Chen Ying. The other two generals can attack Zhao Fan or use Ye Huo, either works. The next round, go all-out and you will win.

Battle 30b: Gui Yang Palace Ambush
Zhao Fan - 1594, Bao Long - 1255, Chen Ying - 1197, Rebel Force *2
Strategy: If you agree to rest for the night at Zhao Fan’s request, he will ambush you in the middle of the night. This is a tougher situation. If you have a spell to heal your whole party, have the person with Chi Tu Ma cast it along with somebody else, then follow the strategy listed above for the normal battle. If you do not (yes, I still have Tong Xian) you must hope for the best. On your first round each character should cast Tong Xian, with the general that is using Chi Tu Ma casting it on your most valuable or weakest character (Probably Zhao Yun). If you know your usual turn order you can make good use of that here. When you have recovered (you may have lost one to three generals) you can begin following the strategy outlined under the normal attack above. If you lost too many people to do that, even after using any Resurrects, start by taking the opponents below 1000. When they are below 1000, beat them in this order: Zhao Fan, Chen Ying, and then Bao Long. Heal as needed while fighting.

Battle 31: Ling Ling’s Gate
Xing Dao Rong - 1519, Liu Yang - 1381 - Rebel Force *3
Strategy: Have your best warrior (soldiers over 1000 and strength) attack Xing Dao Rong and have your other general with the sword attack Liu Yang. Two other generals should attack Liu Yang and the last attack Xing Dao Rong. This will drop them below 1000, and you can go all-out with no concern.

Battle 32: Ling Ling’s Castle
Liu Du - 1672, Xing Dao Rong - 1519, Rebel Force *2
Strategy: Have your best warrior (soldiers over 1000 and strength) attack Liu Du and have your other general with the sword attack Xing Dao Rong. Two other generals should attack Xing Dao Rong and the last attack Liu Du (best with a Bow). This will drop them below 1000, and you can go all-out.

Battle 33: Field Battle with Pang Tong
Pang Tong - 3765, Rebel Force *3
Strategy (Water Tactics Disallowed): You must attack him with each general's physical attack, using a Power Pill. Do not back off, and only heal if you have a general that does not do enough damage to matter. Pang has many tactics that you have never seen before. Da Re will kill most generals in one hit. Hong Shui, fortunately, you do not need to be concerned about. Ji Mian will cancel all your attacks, which can spell death. Wan Fu will heal all his soldiers. Bei Ji doubles all his damage. Just keep attacking him. If he uses Ji Mian, try some tactics on him and heal. They will probably fail, but if they get the damage in even once it is worth it. You should win unless Ji Mian stays in effect for too long. Having Zhu Ge Liang or Ma Su in your party gives you a small advantage. Zhu Ge is hard for him to hit and can actually hit him with some tactics. Ma Su is fairly hard for him to hit, and he has enough soldiers to live through all his tactics.

Strategy (Water Tactics Allowed): You must fight him exactly as mentioned above. The one difference here is that instead of using Da Re, which will kill only one general, he uses Hong Shui, which does 1,100 to 1,300 damage to each general. Twice that if he casts Bei Ji. Again, having Zhu Ge Liang in your party gives you a good chance, but Ma Su is a great advantage here. On average he will live through as much as three Hong Shui attacks provided he dodges one of them. If he uses Ji Mian, you will probably loose... Especially if he keeps healing or using Hong Shui.

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

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March 7, 2014