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==Mission Guide==
 
==Mission Guide==
 
After you've spoken to Fran and completed the nessary introductions you'll be able to accept your first mission.
 
After you've spoken to Fran and completed the nessary introductions you'll be able to accept your first mission.
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Revision as of 17:15, April 21, 2020

Note: This Guide is based on how i play GE2RB and assumes you are playing the English Version using a PS Vita.

This is a Guide for God Eater 2 Rage Burst , it is currently a work-in progress but i plan to use it as an guide for the Missions.

Getting Started - Character Creation

Hit "Start" & select New Game. You will be taken to a screen that lets you Input a name and a Code name, while being able to select your gender.

Note: Think carefully about your Code Name as you won't be able to change it when restarting the story/changing avatar face via "import save data."

On the next screen you will create your avatar, then afterwards you pick your save slot... simple, right?

For this Guide i'm gonna go with:
Code Name
Avatar Onion

When you start the game - after a intro cinematic, you will wake up in the first Hub area Friar Lobby, with no memory of your past life as a God Eater... I Jest, but its worth noting that progress from God Eater Burst or God Eater Resurrection dosen't carry over into God Eater 2 Rage Burst.

Getting Started - Equipment & Bullets

Before you head over to Fran or to the Elevator. Open up option by pressing start and change your control setting to match your style. Personally i prefer Type-B controls. Next head over to the "Terminal" found to the right of Fran and press X (cross) to open it up.

Before doing anything... Hit "Save" and save your game. Now head over to Loadout. Here you can change your equipment. The game provides you with 1 of each of the different types of weapons & shields. We'll cover them later-on so choose which ones you wanna use then scroll down and enter the Bullets section. There you will find aa handfull of premade bullets, however you'll soon want to start making you're own bullets. Navigate to an empty Bullet slot and press Triangle to bring up a menu and create a new bullet... Select Blast Bullet.

Mini Bullet Editor Guide

At this point you may find you're self lost and completly clueless. So i'm gonna guide you into making a simple Blast Bullet. It wont be the best bullet, but it should give you a glimps at how the bullet editor works. (You can also take alook at the premade bullets to see how their set up).

Firstly we need to select your first module. Press X and you will see a list of Elements and Module sizes. Elements: B = Blaze, F = Freeze, SP = Spark & D = Divine (there are other elements but we wont need them atm).  Size: SS = Super Small, S = Small, M = Meduim, L = Large and LL = Extra Large.

Select "B - SS" and navigate to "Deco Laser:Straight/Point Blank." - A "Deco" bullet is a bullet that dosen't do any damage - in other words, its just for show. Once you've placed the bullet, select it again and select the bar that has [↔ 00º ↕ 00º O 00º] on it and change the "↕ 00º - up/down angle" to ↕ +60º by tilting the left stick upwards and comfirming it with X.

1 Lock On Button press ↔ 00º ↕ +60º O 00º Blood Art: None
B SS Deco Laser:Straight/Point Blank OP cost 1

Now Press Start and Test the bullet with Square, it should show a laser firing upwards. Press O to return to the modules and navigate to "new module." This time you need to select a "Control module" - this module will give your bullet a command. Select "B - M" and navigate to "Control: Aim at Foe/Normal Time" and select it. Next move the module into place so it falls under the first bullet and the words "Lock On button press" changes to "With 1."

"Module 2" will now fire at the same time as "Module 1." We need to change that, so select the Module again and change the command "With 1" to "When 1 fades." This will make module 2 fire after module 1... at the point module 1 faded. Which is good because that what we want, but just remember every new module usually starts where the first module ended, as long as their connected. Change the Up/Down value to ↕ -50º. 

Should look something like this:

1 Lock On Button press ↔ 00º ↕ +60º O 00º Blood Art: None
B SS Deco Laser:Straight/Point Blank OP cost 1
2 When 1 Fades ↔ 00º ↕ -50º O 00º Blood Art: None
B M Control: Aim at Foe/Normal Time OP cost 7

Now when you test your bullet you won't notice any change from the last test. That is because you need to add a new module that will do something. This time add "B - SS: Shot: Straight/Long." and push it right untill it says "With 2"... then change "With 2" to "0.2 sec. after 2." it should now look something like this:

1 Lock On Button press ↔ 00º ↕ +60º O 00º Blood Art: None
B SS Deco Laser:Straight/Point Blank OP cost: 1
2 When 1 Fades ↔ 00º ↕ -50º O 00º Blood Art: None
B M Control: Aim at Foe/Normal Time OP Cost: 7
3 0.2 sec. after 2 ↔ 00º ↕ -00º O 00º Blood Art: None
B S Shot: Straight/Long OP Cost: 5

When you test it now, you should see your Deco laser fire upwards then fire a bullet back down at the target. Next lets add a couple more shots by duplicating Module 3 two times by pressing triangle - copy - then paste under 3, so you get this:

1 Lock On Button press ↔ 00º ↕ +60º O 00º Blood Art: None
B SS Deco Laser:Straight/Point Blank OP cost: 1
2 When 1 Fades ↔ 00º ↕ -50º O 00º Blood Art: None
B M Control: Aim at Foe/Normal Time OP Cost: 7
3 0.2 sec. after 2 ↔ 00º ↕ -00º O 00º Blood Art: None
B S Shot: Straight/Long OP Cost: 5
4 0.2 sec. after 2 ↔ 00º ↕ -00º O 00º Blood Art: None
B S Shot: Straight/Long OP Cost: 5
5 0.2 sec. after 2 ↔ 00º ↕ -00º O 00º Blood Art: None
B S Shot: Straight/Long OP Cost: 5

Now test your bullet and press Square... And you will see your bullet fail with an error message! This is because modules 3, 4 & 5 all tried firing at the same time causing them to clash with each other. To fix it, Select Module 4 and change it to fire "0.5 sec. after 2" & select Module 5 and change it to "1 sec. after 2." 

This is how the bullet should really look:

1 Lock On Button press ↔ 00º ↕ +60º O 00º Blood Art: None
B SS Deco Laser:Straight/Point Blank OP cost: 1
2 When 1 Fades ↔ 00º ↕ -50º O 00º Blood Art: None
B M Control: Aim at Foe/Normal Time OP Cost: 7
3 0.2 sec. after 2 ↔ 00º ↕ -00º O 00º Blood Art: None
B S Shot: Straight/Long OP Cost: 5
4 0.5 sec. after 2 ↔ 00º ↕ -00º O 00º Blood Art: None
B S Shot: Straight/Long OP Cost: 5
5 1 sec. after 2 ↔ 00º ↕ -00º O 00º Blood Art: None
B S Shot: Straight/Long OP Cost: 5

To finish up, you could add an bomb module. But before you do take a look at the OP Cost of the bullet. (OP - Oracle points, this is shown as the green energy bar). You may notice its getting quite high, so you may or may not want to add any more modules as may require an "OP cost cutting" skill which you won't get till later on in the game. Another thing you might want to do is change the element or size of an module. You can do this by pressing Triangle and selecting a different element & size. Remember: the Bigger the Size the greater the OP cost (and bigger damage).

Visit Bullet Editor for more information on the bullet editor.

Mini Equipment Guide

Choosing the right equipment, like any game, is the key to survival. It is reconmended that you check your equipment everytime before you start you're current mission. In God Eater 2 Rage Burst you can choose between the following different types of equipment.

Melee Weaopn Gun Shield
  • Buckler
  • Shield
  • Tower


Choose what ever fits your playstyle, but remember to take in account an Aragami 's weakness. 

Getting Started: Field items

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Mission Guide

After you've spoken to Fran and completed the nessary introductions you'll be able to accept your first mission.

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