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SHADOW: War Of Succession

Instant kill:

Press Down(2), Left, Right, Up(2) at the difficulty selection screen. 
Then, press LS during a match to kill your opponent. 

Special moves:

Special moves are very important in winning this game. The major 
special moves which would really help any player are projectile 
special moves, and the slides for characters which have them. Special 
moves should be executed slowly and deliberately. Do not rush when 
pressing the buttons to activate a specific special move. 

Fighting the final Boss:

The final boss can only be fought when the difficulty is set to 

Relative power ranking: 

1. Viper
2. Riggs
3. Anvil
4. Gabriella
5. Sasha
6. Carlos
7. Erika 

Move list:

Anvil Stiles
Slide (Forward, Forward, C)
Knife toss (Down, Forward, A)
Disappear (Back, Forward, RS)
Grenade (Down, Back, C) 

Anvil is a special character in the sense that he can float in the 
air by continuously pressing Up. This way, he can avoid a lot of 
attacks. The best strategy for winning as Anvil is by constantly 
sliding into the opponent and uppercutting him. This is very 
effective in the corners. 

Erika Storm
Katana (Back, Forward, C)
Disappear (Back, Forward, RS)
Groundfire (Down, Forward, Back, RS) 
Spinstab (RS, Forward, Back) 

The best move for Erika is the throw (Back, C). Her sword's reach 
is so great that she can throw an opponent from afar. With 
practice, your opponent may be thrown multiple times. Another good 
move is the sword uppercut. With correct timing, Erika can just 
wait until an opponent comes near and uppercut the poor soul with 
her Katana. The groundfire is good when the opponent is in medium 

Carlos Cortez
Bomb (Back, Forward, C)
Shotgun (Forward ,Forward , C)
Earthquake (Down, Forward, Back, RS) 

Carlos' strength lies in his shotgun. Blast away at an opponent 
from afar and, when he gets near, disappear. For close quarter 
combat, his uppercut is pretty powerful and, the throw is 
effective as well. When an opponent is too near, try the knee 
smash (Back, B) repeatedly. Do not get into an air duel since 
Carlos does not have any aerial attacks. 

Riggs Riddick
Hellfire (Back, Forward, A)
Roll (Forward, Down, Back)
Disappear (Back, Forward, RS)
Ghostly Touch (Forward, Forward, C) 

Riggs is convenient in the sense that his disappear is very close 
to his hellfire. This way, he can blast an opponent from a distance 
and disappear when the bad guy is too close for comfort. A good 
combo for Riggs is a flying kick and an uppercut followed by a 
roll. This is very lethal and does a lot of damage. 

Sasha Romanoff
Stealth (Back, Down, C)
Knife (Down, Forward, A)
Slide (Forward, Forward, C)
Crouch Knife (Down, Back, RS) 

Sasha is very quick. Her drawback is that when she does get hit, 
she is slow getting up. Her best non-special move is her air 
attack. That is, constantly jump over an opponent and press B when 
you are near/above them. Opponents have a difficult time 
countering this move and, it creates a lot of damage. Her crouch 
knife is also effective because it comes in so low that it is 
almost impossible to defend against. 

Gabriella St. John
Cannonball (Forward, Down, Back) 
Mesmerize (Forward, Forward, Back, Back) 
Fireball (Forward, Forward, C) 

Gabriella can fry you with her eyes. Mesmerize is pretty strong, 
except that it shoots too high and, the range is limited. So, for 
consistency, use her fireball. It has good distance and the height 
is just right to fry anyone. Again, she has a good flying kick, 
uppercut, cannonball combo. Also, her footsweep (Back, B) has a 
longer range than normal. Keep opponents at bay by constantly 
footsweeping them from a distance. 

Groundshake (Down, Forward, Back, RS) 
Disappear (Back, Forward, RS)
Slide (Forward, Forward, C)
Knife (Down, Forward, A)
Grenade (Down, Back, C) 

Viper is the most complete and balanced fighter. He has all the 
necessary moves. He is cat quick and has an array of deadly 
combos. He can "juggle" opponents fairly easily. Flying kick an 
opponent then, while he is still in mid-air, give him a couple 
of high kicks, then finish him off with an uppercut. Another 
effective combo is slide, slide, uppercut and throw. 

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