Always the heroes, Serenoa and his acolytes elected do not dump the Roselle as human remains to the tyranny of Hizante. War is therefore inevitable, and House Wolffort knows it perfectly well; but an unexpected enemy will soon rise before them, drunk on Hyzante’s whispered promises.
As always, the cogs of a branching narrative turn Triangle strategy. Whatever happens next, blood will flow on the fertile soil of the hidden village of Roselle – armed with our guide, you can ensure it won’t be yours.
Main Story: Castle Wolffort
The group reunites to discuss the clear ramifications of their “betrayal” against Hyzante. Saint Serenoa won’t exactly earn brownie points for this blatant act of defiance. News soon arrives via the ever-reliable Anna that an unknown enemy is marching their switchboard towards Roselle.
Main story: the village of Rosellan
In Rosellan Village, a ruthless mercenary named Rufus stands before Jerrom and his peers, delivering the inevitable ultimatum. If you listen to the English dub of Triangle Strategy, Jerrom is defiant. If you listen to the game in Japanese, Jerrom sounds pretty much like he’s going to crack Rufus’s skull on the spot. Just a little anecdote.
Sub Story: Royal Palace of Hyzante
Milo confirms that she took care of Idore’s directive to goad the ever-envious Silvio Telliore into helping Hyzante remove the Roselles from their village in the Wolffort Demesne.
Battle Event: Save Roselle
Well, it was inevitable the moment House Wolffort chose to protect Roselle. But the identity of the enemy was far from being concluded; it is above all Silvio’s crude jealousy that is to blame here.
Remember that Triangle Strategy battle suggested levels are always a tall order. You do not have need be at level 18 to win, but you To do need to be prepared. Proceed to camp, checking that you have no one eligible for promotion (and the required medal). If you really want to hit that high of 18, take part in some mental battle simulations. But the most important thing is to keep your weapons as up to date as possible.
Preview of the battle
|enemies||Silvio, Rufus, 14 other units|
|Deployment||Deployment limit: 10 Units|
|Compulsory units: Serenoa, Roland|
|Recommended units: Corentin, Erador, Hughette, Archibald|
|Goal||Defeat all enemies.|
|Booty||Medal of Bravery|
|Earring of Resurrection|
If you’re new to Rufus – he appears multiple times on either side of the narrative closet – know that he’s as hard to beat as he looks, which is to say, pretty much. What keeps this battle from reaching five or even four stars in our difficulty analysis, then, is the fact that this is a tough climb for the enemy, not for the Serenoa sequel. Silvio’s mob has a limited number of avenues to reach you, and we’re going to keep them all closed off as best we can. Let’s go.
|Rosellan Village Battle Strategy|
The enemy starts things cut in half. Rufus’ the troops are with him at the side entrance, already a little inside the village, while SilvioThe impressive group is in front of the main entrance. Note that near Silvio is a staircase that your enemies can climb in order to head towards your forces from above.
The best way to keep the tide from turning against your favor is to protect every choke point from the start of this fight until its bitter end.
That’s all well and good, but how? We recommend that you bring Erador to guard where Rufus arrives, prompting the big guy to take on your biggest friend. Have a healer like Geela or Medina higher up in the building where that side of your team will start, so they can keep Erador health up. It’s important to do this every turnwithout wasting a moment, so if you need someone else to also take care of Erador potions, go for it.
Corentinif you have it, will work overtime with its ice wall near that aforementioned staircase. Keep blasting it so your enemies have to waste turns dragging themselves through the snow, so to speak. Alongside Corentin should be Huguette and Archibald, if you have it; Hughette alone, otherwise. The bottom line is that your archers will fire volleys at your enemies as they scramble to break through the ice.
Note that if you are missing Corentin, it means that you have Rudolph Instead. In this case, you can replace Archibald if you don’t have the old one, since Rudolph is also an archer. Or, if you have Archibald, help bolster your defenses up there without an ice wall by stacking all three archers together.
That leaves us with the main entrance, which Silvio and several of his thieves are likely to waltz straight through rather than attempt the stairs. It only takes them a few turns to effectively encounter Rufus’ side, which can make things very ugly for you later on.
Or he can lay them all down as if ready for a firing squad, if you play your cards right. Keep in mind that the best time to rain hellfire on Silvio is when he’s almost reaches Rufus. You must be able to position Frederique or similar caster to blast Silvio directly with an area-of-effect spell, damaging nearby allies in the process. Once it’s nice and crisp, send two heavy fighters – Serenoa and Roland are great choices – and have them bolstered by supporters such as Benedict or July. Slice and chop Silvio into pieces, leaving his most routable rogues behind for the pickings.
You might be wondering what the difference is between doing good for Silvio and Rufus by banding together and getting destroyed as a result. It’s about Hourly. You don’t want to dispatch Serenoa and other physical damage dealers too soon, and you certainly don’t want to dispatch mages like Frederica until they can target Silvio quickly without being in danger. Remember that you started this matchup with the advantage of height; don’t throw it away until you need it.
Occasionally, Silvio will switch tactics and go for the stairs or the side of the wall instead. If this happens, it’s probably due to an unforeseen variable in the mechanics; it’s for the best, really, as you’ll likely only be dealing with a handful of thieves entering through the main entrance instead. You can roast them with one of Frederica’s fire spells and melt them with a few hits of maybe only Roland as Serenoa prepares to face the schemer head-on.
Main story: the village of Rosellan
Often, the most dangerous scenes in Triangle Strategy end when resident assassin Anna rushes in for a killing blow. Silvio, however, takes things too far for the relatively calm Serenoa Wolffort, and before you know it, House Telliore has fallen directly under House Wolffort’s dominant blade. Let this be a lesson to everyone from Glenbrook to Chris Rock: don’t insult this man’s beloved.
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