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Published on Nov 19, 2011
Yeah, this was hard. A lot harder than Celaeno or Shinryu. Level 99 was pretty much required, since Regen/Thunder V are a huge help in beating him.
The general idea is to deal as much damage as possible during Yaksha Stance, then switch to light arts during Raksha and survive (while helix is ticking). There are two reasons for this. One, he takes full damage in Yaksha stance and only half in Raksha, and two...Raksha: Illusion. This is the only TP move with 20' range (all others are 10'), and inflicts a strong Curse, paralyze, and gravity. All three need to be removed QUICK or you're dead. The first half of the fight is actually the hardest, since after 50% he gains access to a third TP move in each stance, reducing Illusion's frequency.
Of course, the main problem is the...lack of space compared to Celaeno. Getting hit is inevitable, so Regen V is a must. Fire and Thunder work best, everything else tends to get resisted. Kaustra is also ineffective, which is why I didn't bother with it. Graviga, Bindga, Sleepga, Silencega, Addle - all annoying, but can be dealt with. Nukes will kill you if you're cursed from Illusion, otherwise they're not that bad.
Tabula Rasa was mainly used to recharge strategems. I probably could've won without it, but I really didn't want the fight to go on any longer than it had to.
Lucid Potion/Ether III, Healing/Mana Mist, and Cleric's Drink are all test server-exclusive, probably from stage III.
Game audio got corrupted somehow, so just threw in filler music.