Parry Guide | How to Parry | Ninjala

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This is a guide about Ninjala's Parry System. Read on to know all about parry including how to parry, S Burst Requirements, Big Weapon Advantages, Winning the Rock Paper Scissors, and other tips about parry in general.

What is Parry

A Rock-Paper-Scissor Mini-Game

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Parry is a state where both players will go on a Rock-Paper-Scissors-Style showdown. This can happen if two players are attacking each other, or one of them activates an S-Burst.

Rock-Paper-Scissors-Style Explanation

  • Front Attack (Up) beats Wide Attack (Down).
  • Wide Attack (Down) beats Back Attack (Side).
  • Back Attack (Side) beats Front Attack (Up).

Note: If you didn't choose any directions while in a parry state, Front Attack will automatically be picked.

Big Weapon Wins Same Inputs!

Whenever a Big Weapon is active, you will win the parry battle even though both of you chose the same inputs! Craft a Big Weapon ASAP!

How to Parry

Use Identical Attack

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When you and an opponent clashed with an identical attack, you will enter a Parry state. The result of the clash will depend on your luck.

S-Burst Mode

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Parrying an attack will allow you to activate S-Burst. To activate an S-Burst, you need 5 units of S-Energy and then, press the ZL button (default) after taking damage.

S-Burst Mode Guide

Tips on Using Parry

Save Up S-Energy

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S-Burst Mode requires a lot of S-Energy to activate, be sure to save your S-Energy in case of surprise attacks. Search for drones to increase your S-Energy capacity, and get S-Energy orbs to replenish your S-Energy faster.

S-Burst Timing

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Don't recklessly activate an S-Burst, you will have enough time to see whether or not the opponents are going to continue their attack. Also, take note that your weapon might break if they used a Break Attack while you're on S-Burst Mode.

Multiple Opponents

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Force a Parry with an opponent if there are group of enemies nearby. This will prevent them from joining your fight with the other player. They may also get hit by attacks in battle if they decide to get too close.

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