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User Info: FreeMan5407

FreeMan5407
1 week ago#1
Very soon i will tackle him on all his elements, but need some guidance which one require walls and whatnot cause i heard there is some variations on them

Also which is the easiest considering you have the chain and a couple of AASBs
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User Info: raoxi

raoxi
1 week ago#2
spend the first 15-20s charging up your SB bar then unleash. some odin needs astra but otherwise is mostly similar. make sure u hav ways to break savage, i.e. busb/aasb/osb or is going to be ...

User Info: ChocoboMogALT

ChocoboMogALT
1 week ago#3
General idea:
P1 - build up bar and set up while your chain user casts an ability.
P2 - drag out as long as possible while dealing damage. Pop chain when it's ready, but recast before P3. USBs and glints are great here, even BSBs. Use magicite or OSBs to break rage as needed. Watch out for statuses and abilty shavers. Tyro's USB4 is good here even with AASB. Blow AASBs to push into P3 when ready.
P3 - have enough AOSBs or carry AASB into here. Every P3 is the same, I think. There's an interupt (only good way to avoid is dual blink, I think) but it's a serious DPS race.

If your healer can spam Last Stand, bring Elarra 99k instead of Wall RW and use it in P3. The fight is very scripted so only changes are your damage variance and double casts.

See early threads for which ones to start with. My first was Lightning weak, but really want Tyro USB1.
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User Info: herocomplex00

herocomplex00
1 week ago#4
You’ll want to check the individual threads for each Odin to see how they work—they’re surprisingly varied. Also, while they have different amounts of non-piercing attacks, it’s up to you and your team to decide whether or not it’s worth bringing defensive mitigation—like, you may not know whether your particular team (and magicite deck) can survive the big non-piercing hit. And lots of recommendations suggest bringing shell or protect, but not full wall, so there are middle ground options. This Reddit thread has a pretty good bullet-point summary of how each one differs on key issues to get you started, but you’ll still want to check out the scripts for the details.

https://www.reddit.com/r/FFRecordKeeper/comments/buvui9/magicite_dark_odin_megathread/

User Info: xharvestx

xharvestx
1 week ago#5
With chain for appropriate damage type, how many awoken dps characters does it take to just brute force Odin down?

User Info: De_Dordor

De_Dordor
1 week ago#6
Odin is "easier" than 6* magicite, right?

User Info: KnightLordST

KnightLordST
1 week ago#7
They usually have a lot of Piercing Attacks with a few high multiplier overstrike moves thrown in, some source of last stand for those moves.

Fabula Mage is often better than Wall, especially for dealing damage in bulky Phase 3.

Ice-Weak, Wind-Weak and Holy-Weak are one of the easiest with Dark-Weak being the hardest.
xharvestx posted...
With chain for appropriate damage type, how many awoken dps characters does it take to just brute force Odin down?
2 aasb, csb, tyro, elara are imo the easiest template to build for odin

Not really brute force though, but it should be comfortable clear
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User Info: ClearAsChalk

ClearAsChalk
1 week ago#9
xharvestx posted...
With chain for appropriate damage type, how many awoken dps characters does it take to just brute force Odin down?
Generally you can't bring more than 2 or 3 AASBs anyway because you need to bring other things too, especially a good healer. Some Odins need astra (dark-weak), others need imperil element, a few may want you to bring wall (water-weak), so some Odins can't be brute force beaten easily. But if you have 2 AASB holders that also have AOSB or radiant shield, as well as chain, those should be the odins you should look at first (except for dark-weak, which is widely considered the hardest one).
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User Info: ClearAsChalk

ClearAsChalk
1 week ago#10
De_Dordor posted...
Odin is "easier" than 6* magicite, right?
According to Dena, yes, because beating Odin gives just a gold accolade, but beating a 6* magicite gives a shiny platinum one!

6* magicite also requires en-element while Odins do not.
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