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quickgloves
02-12-2017, 11:56 PM
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For Honor Cheat Sheet to release
Step one Complete practice and advanced practice
Step Two - Purchase under social profile champion status
Step 3- Choose CLass - Vanguard (orgianl Chars = no cost) or 500 gold to buy the one of your dreams.
Step 4 - select then moveset study the button combos
Step 5 - Brawl/ or duel [practice one on ones. Custom matches adn such to learn guard/parry
Step 6- WAR


Class Battle Suggestions
Warden - S knight with a sword of doom - they attack in a two pc combo. light light guard. To defeat them practice a dodge or parry attack combo. Fight will be long but you will win.

Peacekeeper - Fast agile mutha ****as. Tips. Side step atack guardbreak heavy. Repeat

Conquerour - Guard gods. Close distacne between youadn them guard break attack repeat. If they are aggressive and attack with gap close shield break then just side step lt attack over and over. DO NOT BLOCK OR PARRY. you will loose your head.

Berserker - Aggressive attack nazis. To defeat your deflect parry skills need work. BLock first 2-5 attacks parry the last then guard break heavy. Repeat. Also try side stepping over and over till they are out of stam then got for the throat.

Raider - BFG - the monster tossers. They will attack with a gap close CC side step adn guard break heavy slam then repeat. keep at range to be effective.

S/B viking - Grab and smash masters. keep at range and use dodge attacks to fight. If they just hold guard they suck adn you can get close guard break heavy back up repeat till they die.

Nobuchi - Poisson bleed enthusiast. To defeat simply use angles. THey only have a x3 attack to casue bleed just side step to avoid and unleash unholy hell.

Kensai- Currently the strongest class. Massive attack high speed great defense. TO defeat. Get good. A combo of parry side step adn guard break. no way to simply out mechanic them.

Orichi - Fast counter punchers. AKA Mayweather. To defeat you have to be a fisherman. Wait for them to attack and dodge, light attack guard break light combo. Keep at range if they use the attack stance and just dodge it. Very good counter class with high attack so do not get hit. If they try to light attack you out over adn over just defend parry revenge slaughter.

THis is my list of defeating winning and buffing you kdr in For Honor I hope it helps.

-Quickgloves CEO SVER True BLoods Founder of SPlit-knuckle Gaming.

nestharus
02-13-2017, 01:43 AM
Warden - S knight with a sword of doom - they attack in a two pc combo. light light guard. To defeat them practice a dodge or parry attack combo. Fight will be long but you will win.


Wrong. Try again. To win, keep slight distance. If they are at point blank, their shoulder charge turns into a guessing match. If you guess wrong, you lose. If you guess right, you win. If you don't want that to happen, never let them get point blank. When two wardens fight each other, the entire match becomes RNG lol. The Warden will respond by dodging about to try and get a shoulder charge or guard break going. Attempt to grab or hit them in the middle of a dodge. The Warden will also throw out random zone attacks when they are far. If they get close, it could then either be an overhead or a zone attack. This is because zone attack is broken, so they can just do upper stance into zone attack to spawn two arrows, which will give you no chance to respond as both attacks are very fast and require immediate attention. Never let them get close and just do hits as they flitter about trying to get you. This is the most offensive character in the game. Also, if you are on a bridge level, do your best to get away from an edge unless you are a Warden as well. It is almost guaranteed that they will throw you off in the first encounter.



Peacekeeper - Fast agile mutha ****as. Tips. Side step atack guardbreak heavy. Repeat


No. One of the strongest moves a peacekeeper has is their heavy into guard break with no feint. Sounds like you don't know peacekeeper.



Conquerour - Guard gods. Close distacne between youadn them guard break attack repeat. If they are aggressive and attack with gap close shield break then just side step lt attack over and over. DO NOT BLOCK OR PARRY. you will loose your head.


Randomly guard breaking players will be countered every single time. If a player gets guard broken with no lead up to that guard break, they are bad and deserve to be guard broken. The trick to these guys is knowing when to parry their heavies and block their lights. If you block their light, that is a free grab. Maintain a little distance so that you have time to react to their shield slam. One of their favorite combos is heavy into shield slam into light. Parry the heavy and you win.



Berserker - Aggressive attack nazis. To defeat your deflect parry skills need work. BLock first 2-5 attacks parry the last then guard break heavy. Repeat. Also try side stepping over and over till they are out of stam then got for the throat.


All of their attack initiations are slow af. They have slow lights and slow heavies. Even if they spam feints, the only thing that they might be able to land on you is their wheel of doom, which doesn't do much damage and you can still manage to block a lot of the time. Keep in mind that their light attacks, when blocked, will give you a free grab. Because they have to alternate between light and heavy for their combos, you always have ample time to either parry or block their second attack and follow up with a grab.



Raider - BFG - the monster tossers. They will attack with a gap close CC side step adn guard break heavy slam then repeat. keep at range to be effective.


The strongest thing about raiders is that they have wide varied tempo changes, which makes it more difficult to parry. Their heavies make you want to parry because they are so slow, but the mixed in lights can throw off your timing. They also have a combo where they can start one attack into another attack with no feint. I think this was a heavy into their overhead bash. One key note is that their lights have a blue animation to them. Just don't let your timing get screwed up : p.



S/B viking - Grab and smash masters. keep at range and use dodge attacks to fight. If they just hold guard they suck adn you can get close guard break heavy back up repeat till they die.


Their attacks are so stupidly slow that if they throw out anything except for their zone attack or headbutt, they are getting parried. Be ready for those too and keep a little bit of distance to react to their headbutt. Attacking them is dependent on the character, but about your only safe option is to do zone attacks with feints mixed in. If you have a charge, you can do that too. Any light or heavy can result in bad things happening to you : p. You can also throw in some guard breaks as long as you lead them with feints.



Nobuchi - Poisson bleed enthusiast. To defeat simply use angles. THey only have a x3 attack to casue bleed just side step to avoid and unleash unholy hell.


Side stepping is indeed the easiest way to beat a Nobushi as their attacks are very direct and they can't punish you with a guard break. Alternatively, you can react to their attacks with simple blocks. If you get good enough, you can even parry them =). I've only played a couple, so I still don't even know their animations : (. The bot is sadly too horrible to practice against. It only spams heavies.



Kensai- Currently the strongest class. Massive attack high speed great defense. TO defeat. Get good. A combo of parry side step adn guard break. no way to simply out mechanic them.


LOL

Kensei is one of the weakest classes. Their attacks are so slow and so painfully obvious that you can parry every single one of them, including their overhead unblockable. They can try to feint, but again, they are just too slow to do anything. Not to mention they have no health. One combo and they are dead if not practically dead.



Orichi - Fast counter punchers. AKA Mayweather. To defeat you have to be a fisherman. Wait for them to attack and dodge, light attack guard break light combo. Keep at range if they use the attack stance and just dodge it. Very good counter class with high attack so do not get hit. If they try to light attack you out over adn over just defend parry revenge slaughter.


Orochi attacks are telegraphed enough that you can parry their lights without much issue. They don't really have anything they can do to you except for the broken zone attack. I defended against an Orochi without attacking them for several hours and the only thing that got through was their zone attack because of the multiple arrow bug. I even threw in some parries for fun : P. Easy class to beat. Maybe I just know it really well because the bot plays similarly to the players? Dunno.

Stenier
02-13-2017, 04:22 AM
Author is just really bad...he spent a couple of hours playing hte game nad thinks he is good at it...
Its just a shame to write those words, you know? seems like you really dont know the game.
(im rep 4 warden as for the end of open beta)

nestharus
02-13-2017, 10:59 AM
I think that the real first step to getting good is to practice against all of the level 3 bots to learn most of the classes animations and get your guard break cancel on lockdown. It also forces you to be more technical in your attacks as simple light spam will never work against a bot. Nor will random guard breaks.


Practice defending against all of the berserker bot's attacks. If you get hit once, you aren't good enough. Practice parrying all of them too. This won't prep you for their wheel attack. For that, find a friend ^_^. Orochi is another good class to practice defending against.

To practice your quick reactions, play against Warden and stick to them like glue. They like to shoulder bash and grab and what not, so it makes it more challenging. If you get hit once, you aren't good enough.

The rest of the bots are.. eh : /.


Once you are done with level 3 bots, find friends to practice mechanics against. This is where you round out the characters and animations you don't know. The bots are a start, but you will still be a crummy player. They don't even play their own classes right most of the time.


Finally uhm.. master your parries I guess. Practice against Warden overhead vs zone, berserker chains, Nobushi quick lights + hidden stance, and orochi zone attack. Also, honestly, practice against Raider. There are so few Raider players that when you come up against one, your timing will be totally botched up for their heavies. They are so stupidly slow, lmao. 15 minutes of level 3 raider bot a day keeps your timing sharp : ). 1 hour of guarding against berserker bot a day gets you warmed up and ready to play.

ZechsMarquizy
02-13-2017, 12:10 PM
LOL

Kensei is one of the weakest classes. Their attacks are so slow and so painfully obvious that you can parry every single one of them, including their overhead unblockable. They can try to feint, but again, they are just too slow to do anything. Not to mention they have no health. One combo and they are dead if not practically dead.

In your own words Nestharus, Wrong. Try again



lol it's quite hilarious how you literally went out of your way in an attempt to belittle and insult Quickgloves who was only attempting to help beginners, and Tbh it wasn't bad, but yea he did get a few things wrong. But hahaha then again so did "YOU".




Kensei is one of the weakest classes.
You must really be bad at this game if this is what you truly believe. Kensei is currently the strongest Vanguard by far, and his moveset is quite the loaded package. I'm not even going to bother educating you on just how wrong you are about Kensei.

SpazzMaticuz
02-13-2017, 04:12 PM
Excause me you don't english and so don't post, you're sense of humour is sit,

Sinboto_Simmons
02-13-2017, 08:49 PM
Excause me you don't english and so don't post, you're sense of humour is sit,

Have you ever heard the word ironic?

Perhaps the word hypocrite?

None of us are masters yet, the game isn't even out yet and there are modes and classes we haven't even touched, or if we have for a short period of time.

There's nothing wrong with trying to help people out, even if the info is wrong in some way we can help clear up the mistakes and make sure people get the right info.

Guess you can always tell when a game is going to be successful, you get tryhards coming out their basements to talk trash.