The Iron Giant is one of the most iconic enemies in Final Fantasy, so it’s no surprise when this bad boy rears his undersized head. At this point in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, you’re most likely in control of your distance, timing, and preferred class combination. You will need these three things and some patience to plow through the Iron Giant.
Iron and thunder and ice, oh my god!
Thunder will be the key to deal damage to this enemy. Now that you have access to the Tyrant, focus on upgrading your favorite weapon and keep an eye on the Iron Giant’s greatsword. His attacks are well telegraphed, but he can take a beating, making it easy to overexert yourself and end up under the massive Steel Cleaver.
After taking some damage early in the encounter, the Iron Giant empowers his sword with an element, increasing his damage and the area of effect of his strikes. Keep a respectable distance, watch out for openings between attacks, and be ready to interrupt a combo if the Iron Giant finishes an attack – you’ll be past the first phase soon.
let him rest in peace
Jack uses your Mid-Battle Finisher to blow off the Iron Giant’s legs with his own sword. This phase of the fight is the harder half, but it’s not insurmountable. Keep Jack busy. A strategy based on the basics of classic dodgeball will leave you relatively unscathed. Constant movement with a generous sprinkling of Thunderbolts will drain the giant’s health pretty quickly.
Keep an eye out for the Iron Giant’s lightning spiral, this move is signaled by a big flare of its arms. It’s tempting to sneak in a few moves, but if you do, you’ll open yourself up to a cross-stage brawl. Kite the Iron Giant when you see this one or Debris Missle and you will draw a clean circle around it leaving you undamaged.
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