The Archsage’s Gauntlet is a brand-new game mode added to Xenoblade Chronicles 3 in its third wave of downloadable content. Basically, it’s a rougelite mode where you start with one party member and build a team of heroes and stat boosts. It’s also the toughest challenge the game has to offer! As is the case with most things in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, though, there are plenty of ways to fly through the toughest difficulty with relative ease. Let’s get started!
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Until today, it’s been impossible to truly 100% complete Xenoblade Chronicles 3 — and it’s all thanks to a bug in the base game that had prevented players from completing Loloka’s Collectopaedia Card. This card can be found at a caravan located in the Pentelas region. It requires an item called the Gogol Vuaga, and the Version 1.1.1 patch released last night makes it obtainable for the first time! Make sure you’ve updated to the latest version before continuing.
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Pyra and Mythra are a two-in-one fighter hailing from Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Both Pyra and Mythra have their own amiibo figures, but each one is free to swap between Pyra and Mythra in battle. You can even decide which one enters the battlefield first via the character selection screen! In a way, Pyra and Mythra are sort of like an upgraded Pokémon Trainer. Both fighters share the same pool of training data but have different base ratios on each of their moves. If you’d like to learn more about the legendary Aegis’ metagame history, please check out their corresponding wiki page. Otherwise, let’s jump right into today’s training!
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Shulk is notorious for being one of the most misleading Figure Players in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. You would think you’d need to train it to use its Monado Arts, but that’s actually not the case! The AI sometimes mixes up its Arts and swaps them out at inappropriate times, and all this really does is leave it vulnerable to incoming danger. As a result, Shulk is actually a rather weak Raid Boss, as his AI cannot properly utilize what makes him unique as a character. If you’d like to learn more about Shulk’s metagame history, feel free to read his wiki page! Otherwise, let’s jump right into today’s training!
Special thanks to JoKe07 for contributing Shulk’s training information!
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A complete summary of Shulk’s performance in Super Smash Bros. 4 can be found on the character’s information page. It includes strengths and weaknesses, AI quirks, and an archive of tournament representation and results.
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