Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition trophies

Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition

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= 43 Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition trophies

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Filled With Light in Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition
Bronze Trophy

Filled With Light70 (15)

Clear all Bloody Palace stages with Trish.

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Trophy Guide for Filled With Light

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Trophy won on 07 Jul 15
TT Score for this game: 4,382
Posted on 07 July 15 at 19:59, Edited on 07 July 15 at 23:21
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Having just completed the Bloody Palace with Trish, I figured I should give some tips for anyone else planning to as well. At first I was dreading playing as her, as she has a very limited range of devastating moves. In particular she can be difficult to use when fighting against the dreaded Blitz. They will be the main concern during the play through of the Palace. First things first though: how do you deal with normal enemies?

Easy: always throw away Sparda. It stuns all enemies and leaves them open for attacks. When Sparda is doing its thing, go in and use a charged Thunder Blow. It will do away with every enemy you come across with little difficulty. For multiple Frosts and Angelos, try to focus on one at a time and manipulate the camera to keep other enemies away from view. For the Cutlass fish, throw Sparda. It will catch them and leave them open to remove from underground. For Gladius swords I found two good techniques. 1. Shoot at them with DT pistols. 2. JUMP! Trish's jump, if performed at the right time, will damage enemies and block damage. Mephistos and Fausts should be dealt with by de-cloaking them with DT pistols.

Now the hard part: Bosses and Blitz. Although they can be troublesome, the bosses and Blitz have one major weakness in Trish's arsenal: the Pandora Laser! However, every shot uses three chunks of the DT gauge. A major factor to consider is that Trish's rockets fill up the DT gauge especially fast. Any time you're running low, fire some rockets to reach a comfortable level.

Blitz: As soon as one spawns, fire the Pandora laser. The only way to remove their shields are with Devil Trigger, so make sure you have enough to fight them! You can use the pistols too, but I find them too slow and unreliable. One shot from the Pandora laser removes their shield and another shot turns them red. Run like hell and jump until it explodes. For floor 85, as soon as it starts fire the laser. You should manage to catch both in the first shot. Throw round trip to keep the first blitz occupied and fire another laser to make it berserk before the second decides to smack you around. Run along the rim of the arena to avoid both Blitz's, and once the first explodes focus on the second.

Berial: As soon as the fight starts, laser him. He can be a bit of a pain as he really doesn't want to give you breathing room though. Continuously throw Sparda for damage and fire rockets to recharge Pandora. When you get any opportunity to do so, laser him.

Dagon: Throw Sparda. It will quickly remove the demon bait when they appear. Once Dagon reappears move to his side and, guess what? Pandora laser time!

She-Viper: Keep your distance and be careful when she charges late in the battle. Don't forget the egg sacks along the sides in case you feel health is low. When she lands, dodge her vines at a decent distance. After some sweeps with them, she'll pause for a taunt. Even when floating, she will periodically stop moving. Laser her at these chances.

Credo: throw Sparda non-stop. When he is caught in its spin, use Pandora laser. Thunder Blow is good too. When building up your DT, spam rockets after stunning him with Sparda. He is very easy, and Trish's jumps will deflect his spears and his spinning swords.

Agnus: Fire your laser whenever he readies an attack. Use Sparda to keep the hell-hounds and the other fodder occupied. Stop him whenever he prepares to drain your power. Try to finish him before he decides to spam his spinning attack.

Dante: Same strategy as Credo. Throw your Sparda round-trip until he gets caught in the spin and then laser him to Hell! A fair warning though: he can be unpredictable with his style changes and in my run he only changed from Gunslinger and Swordmaster. I would be extra careful if he decides to go into royal guard. Best put him away as fast as possible.

This is my first ever guide for anything, so I apologize if it isn't too good. These strategies worked for me though, and I hope some of the info is useful. If anyone has any other tips feel free to share! Thanks, and good luck with the Bloody Palace!
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