Vindictus Guide. Everything you need to know about The Price of Failure in 2021.

Hosting of the Sidhe – Vindictus Guide. Everything you need to know about The Price of Failure in 2021.


Vindictus Guide. Everything you need to know about The Price of Failure in 2021.

Hosting of the Sidhe

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0:00 Introduction
0:32 Requirements
1:16 Gameplay
4:18 Avatar Phase
6:36 To The Skies Phase
10:35 Illusion Attack
15:13 Conclusion

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Hosting of the Sidhe

Vindictus Guide. Everything you need to know about The Price of Failure in 2021.

6 thoughts on “Hosting of the Sidhe – Vindictus Guide. Everything you need to know about The Price of Failure in 2021.

  1. Considering You're presumably aiming to help those new to the fights, there's a tiny problem I noticed here – especially after following Your Dullahan guide to get familiar with the patterns: You're murdering the bosses way too quickly, which in turn makes You omit certain attacks and/or accuse hitboxes of being weird.
    For example, You missed Aes Sidhe's tail sweep, which he performs if there are targets behind him (duh) – nothing fancy or overly painful, but it's quick and the only telegraph is his slightly turned head over his shoulder, as well as the "weird hitbox" of the Thousand Pierced attack (the one he ends his three-strike chain with) looking strange because there are three hits to it – the one where he slams the ground with his staff (point-blank range), the one with the many staves attacking via those tiny purple portals on the ground (mid-range), and the last hit can occur while the staves are coming back into the portals (and the player stands next to them).
    But I imagine I might have missed many things, too, 'cuz RNGzus, even though every time I face a new battle, I go into the Solo Practice Mode, refuse to turn on Mana Blade, and simply let myself get beaten to death to understand what is and what is not considered a hit, because, although logic dictates that every time the opponent's weapon connects, it will hurt, this particular law of physics obviously isn't applied here.
    Speaking of which, a compilation of newbie and general tips – like the aforementioned "not every touch hurts" and "ABUSE THE PRACTICE MODE" – wouldn't do wrong by any player!

  2. Small note for mark stacking characters (most notably Scythe Evie):
    Aes Sidhe and each of his summons count as different units. As such, marks placed on Aes Sidhe don't affect his Avatar and vice versa, and marks placed on the Brahas' arms don't affect Aes Sidhe. Make sure to detonate any marks on Aes Sidhe before he transitions to a different summon, OR wait 'til he comes back.
    Also, Scythe-Evie-only consideration: When Aes Sidhe is mid-way through a teleport (i.e. in the short instances where he is not visible), he is immune to the damage from a mark detonation. Try not to detonate marks (or Arcane Gate) during these brief moments. He can, however, teleport right after you start the snap animation, and thus just randomly yeet your deeps. 🙁

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