Warriors of Fate

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  • Warriors of Fate

    Warriors of Fate is a beat’em up with nine stages. Each contains large mobs including spearman, archers, strongmen, bomb wielding opponents, and at least one Wei boss. There can be up to three players on screen at the same time in Warriors of Fate. Using two buttons, Attack and Jump, the characters all have standard moves typical of Capcom side scrollers of the day. Common enemies including Wei soldiers such as bandits, privatees, wrestlers, fatties and thieves will keep popping up from everywhere. In the end of each stage there is a Wei general as stage bosses. There is a variety of weapons in the game which can be picked up. As with most side-scrollers, food is used to replenish health and can be found in various breakable containers in the game level.

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  • Warriors of Fate Wiki

    Warriors of Fate (Tenchi wo Kurau II: Battle of Red Cliffs in Japan​ (天地を喰らう2・赤壁の戦い, lit. "The Devouring of Heaven and Earth II: Battle of Red Cliffs"?) is a side-scrolling beat 'em up produced by Capcom, first released as a coin-operated arcade game in 1992 and later ported to the Sega Saturn and Sony PlayStation. It is Capcom's third game based on the Tenchi wo Kurau manga, following Dynasty Wars and Destiny of an Emperor. The game was ported to the Sega Saturn and the original PlayStation consoles, and later included in Capcom Beat ’Em Up Bundle in September 2018.

    Gameplay

    Warriors of Fate leaves the role-playing game genre the previous installment followed in favor of returning to the original installment's beat 'em up gameplay. The game features nine stages, in each of which there are large mobs including spearmen, archers, strongmen, bomb-wielding opponents, and at least one Wei boss. There can be up to three players on-screen at the same time. Using two buttons, Attack and Jump, the characters all have standard moves typical of Capcom side-scrollers of the day. Common enemies including Wei soldiers such as bandits, privatees, wrestlers, fatties and thieves will keep appearing everywhere. At the end of each stage there is a Wei general as a boss; Li Dian, Xiahou Dun, Xu Chu, Zhang Liao, Cao Ren, Chunyu Dao, Xiahou Jie, Yan Ming, Xu Huang, and the infamous Lu Bu as the final boss. After defeating them all, there is also Cao Cao himself (in this game called Akkila Orkhan).

    There is a variety of weapons in the game which can be picked up. As with most side-scrollers, food is used to replenish health and can be found in various breakable containers in the game level. One notable feature of the game is the ability to summon a warhorse which adds more attacks to the characters, generally involving pole-arms (except long bow for Huang Zhong). Each character except Zhao Yun is given a special wrestling throw of their own, like in Final Fight and The Punisher.

    Even in the US release, the game was particularly gory for its time. Slash weapons and special moves would have an additional maiming effect on enemies when used for the final blow and the enemy boss can be blown up, decapitated, or have their bodies severed. Notably, even while using bare fists, certain characters could still cleave enemies in half, exposing vital organs, and leaving a terrible mess. This tactic even works on some bosses and coincidentally ends up showing more gory detail since the bosses are larger.

    The game included two bonus stages in the middle where the characters compete in an eating contest which required rapid pressing of buttons and rotations of the joystick, and another is where the characters practice their skills on the practice dummies of the final boss. If there are multiple players, the second bonus stage has the players spar with each other for gaining massive bonus points, afterwards, both characters continue as if nothing had occurred.

    Like Final Fight, Warriors of Fate featured a notorious continue screen. Once the player loses all lives, the screen changes to a graphically violent image of the player character on his knees unable to get back up while two Wei soldiers move in for the kill. If the player does not insert a coin within the twenty second countdown, it is implied that the soldiers kills the character.

    Characters

    Unlike the first game, Dynasty Wars, Liu Bei is not playable. The playable characters were Zhang Fei, Guan Yu, Zhao Yun, Huang Zhong, four of the famous Five Tiger Generals, and Wei Yan. Although in the novel Huang Zhong and Wei Yan had not joined Liu Bei before the Battle of Red Cliffs, they are available as playable characters in this game because of pleadings from fans of the Three Kingdoms.

    Story

    In the Japanese version, Tenchi wo Kurau II follows Liu Bei's plight in Jingzhou from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms, a history-based novel from China, set in the Three Kingdoms period as Cao Cao sets to invade his lands. In Warriors of Fate, Shu Han, led by Liu Bei, as in the novel, was everything "good" and "righteous", while Wei, led by the ever suspicious and cunning Cao Cao, is portrayed as "evil" and "bad". Liu Bei's warriors begin by fighting Cao Cao's forces at the Battle of Bowang, then Battle of Changban, then finally join up with Sun Quan to fight at the Battle of Red Cliff. If the Five Tigers slays Cao Cao, Wu and Shu join forces and unites Wei and returns the Han back to rule and restore peace, if not Cao Cao escape and history continues as intended with the land in turmoil and the eventual demise of Shu.

    In the English adaptation, however, the Three Kingdoms theme was lost, and most names have been changed to names of Mongolian origin. The story takes place in a fictional realm where the evil overlord Akkila-Orkhan (originally Cao Cao) of Shang-Lo tries to conquer his neighbouring countries, converting them into ruin and despair. Kuan-Ti (originally Liu Bei), with the aid of the five great warriors, stands up against the conquering shadow and fights to defend his people and lands.


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  • Warriors of Fate Walkthrough

    The game consists of 9 stages. As mentioned in the introduction section, this will be more of a list of stats for each stage and I'll leave most of the strategy to you, the player. I'll only mention strategy if it is relevant to do so. This is just a side-scrolling fighter. How much strategy could I give?

    English translated stage titles are listed first then the Japanese romanji version in parenthesis.

    At the end of each stage, Stage Completion, Time, and Vitality points are awarded to all players. The player who killed the boss gets an additional Victory bonus while the player who did the most boss damage gets the Special bonus.

    Bonus Scoring:
    Stage Completion See stage walkthrough
    Time Bonus sec.x100
    Vitality Bonus HPx100 (Perfect 20000)
    Victory Bonus 1000 (Normal), 5000 (Fatality), 10000 (Decapitation)
    Special Bonus 10000

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    Stage 1- Battle on Hakubou Slope-Part 1 (Hakubouha no Tatakai-Ichi)
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    If you begin the stage solo, you begin riding on a horse. Otherwise everyone starts on foot.

    Stage Boss: Gaidu (Ri-Ten)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 12000
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    Stage 2- Battle on Hakubou Slope-Part 2 (Hakubouha no Tatakai-Ni)
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    Stage Boss: Lhaze (Kakou-Ton)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 15000
    [ Bonus Stage 1 ] ------------------------------------------------------

    This is the first of two bonus stages. In this bonus stage, 3 players are in an eating contest. If there are less than 3 players, the other spots are filled by the CPU. Should another player join in at this time, the bonus stage resets to the beginning for a fresh start.

    To win, roll the controller in 360 degrees as fast as you can and press
    A and B repeatedly.

    Bonus Scoring:
    Time Bonus sec.x100
    (6) Bun x1000
    (3) Chicken x2000
    (1) Barbecue x5000
    Perfect Bonus 10000

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    Stage 3- New Field Region (Shinyaiki)
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    This stage is split into 2 parts, one long and one short.

    Stage Boss: Taranis (Kyo-Cho)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 20000

    You will regain full health before beginning the second part.

    Stage Boss: Izia (Mei-Mei), Arika (Mei-Ya), San-Jin (Mei-Ling)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 12000

    Because these three bosses are women, you can't see the effects of a fatality. However, the special bonus can still determine whether your attack would cause a fatality.

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    Stage 4- White River (Hakuga)
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    Stage Boss: Atika (Sou-Jin)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 25000

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    Stage 5- Battle on Chousaka Slope (Chousakaha no Tatakai)
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    Stage Boss: Baidu (Jun' U-Dou)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 15000

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    Stage 6- Chousaka Bridge (Chousakakyou)
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    When you reach the screen with a sign pointing to a fork in the road in the background, Sugisugi (Kakou-On) will appear on a horse. He'll appear from one of 4 positions. Kill him before he can leave the screen and you'll get the Seikou sword.

    When you reach the boss, during the battle you'll see Yestai (Zhao-Ming) the dark colored muscle man. Kill him and you'll randomly get the rainbow bladed Shichisei.

    Stage Boss: Jerrek (Kakou-Ketsu), Dasadas (An-Mei) Stage Completion Bonus: 15000

    [ Bonus Stage 2 ] ------------------------------------------------------

    The second of the two bonus stages. If you're playing solo, this is a typical 'break the objects' game. 20 wood statues of Akkila-Orkhan will fall from the top of the screen. Statues will eventually walk off th screen if left alone for too long and statues can take from 1-3 hits to destroy.

    If there is more than one player, this becomes a duel where players fight against each other. The last person standing wins.

    Bonus Scoring:
    Time Bonus sec.x100
    (20) Statue x1000
    Perfect Bonus 20000
    Vitality Bonus HPx100 (Perfect 20000) -vs. only-

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    Stage 7- Battle of Redwall-Part One (Sekiheki no Tatakai-Ichi)
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    Stage Boss: Kublai-Dakan (Chou-Ryuu)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 25000

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    Stage 8- Battle of Redwall-Part Two (Sekiheki no Tatakai--Ni)
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    When you get into palace, just before the floor crumbles, you'll fight a large group of muscle men. Kill the dark skinned muscle man and he'll randomly drop the Kai club.

    Hit to the right of second pillar in boss room and a treasure chest will fall from the sky. Break it and you'll randomly find a Hiryu sword.

    Stage Boss: Kai'Bataar (Jo-Kou)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 15000

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    Stage 9- Hanayou Path (Hanayoumichi)
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    The final stage is also split into 2 parts. Again 1 long, 1 short.

    At the beginning of the 2nd scene with the log fences, move to the upper left corner. Hit to your left and a treasure chest will fall out of the sky. In it is the flaming Kusanagi sword which will kill any enemy in 1-2 hits. You'll automatically drop it when you reach the bridge though so you can't breeze through the stage.

    Stage Boss: Temujin-Khan (Ryo-Fu)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 80000

    You will receive full energy before beginning the second part. Now, depending on which version of the game you're playing this scene will be very different.

    World version: You confront Akkila-Orkhan and is given a VERY short amount of time to defeat him. The stage ends whether you beat him in the time limit or not.

    Japanese version: Upon cornering Sou-Sou, you are given one of two choices: Kill (Korosu) or Release (Nigasu). If you choose to kill, you will proceed as if you were playing the US/World version. If you choose to release him, you will let Sou-Sou go and end the stage.

    Final Boss: Akkila-Orkhan (Sou-Sou)
    Stage Completion Bonus: 90000

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    Ending
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    You're then given a final series of bonus points. They are awarded only to the player that beat the stage's boss. It takes the time from the stage time bonus and multiplies it with a new score multiplier. If you didn't kill Akkila-Orkhan (Sou-Sou) there is no Stage9b bonus.

    Time bonuses:
    Stg1 Stg2 Stg3 Stg4 Stg5 Stg6 Stg7 Stg8 Stg9a Stg9b sec.x 300 500 700 800 800 900 1000 1500 3000 4000

    Then the player with the highest score gets a kiss ^_^ You then see one of 3 endings depending on what you did during the encounter with Akkila-Orkhan (Sou-Sou):

    Ending 1: Killed Akkila-Orkhan (Sou-Sou) With the defeat of Akkila-Orkhan, Kuan-Ti soon rebuilt his kingdom. With peace and prosperity restored to the land, he began a long and glorious reign which was remembered and celebrated for generations. GOOD ENDING

    Ending 2: Did not kill Akkila-Orkhan (Sou-Sou) Akkila-Orkhan soon returned and with help of his minions, he quickly conquered the country. Crushing any dissent in his iron fist. BAD ENDING

    Ending 3 (Japan only): Let Akkila-Orkhan (Sou-Sou) go Akkila-Orkhan returned to his country after the battle with Kuan-Ti's superior forces and the situation with the 3 countries... For now, peace has come to the land. However, it would also not continue for very long...

    AVERAGE ENDING
    After the ending, you see a small picture of your character (unless you got the bad ending) and are then treated to the credits, highlighted with screen captures of the finishing blows to each boss.

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    SECRETS
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    There are several secret weapons in the game and are listed here:

    Seikou Sword- A medium sword with average power. Has knockdown ability. Found in Stage 6. When you reach the screen with a sign pointing to a fork in the road in the background, Sugisugi (Kakou-On) will appear on a horse. He'll appear from one of 4 positions. Kill him before he can leave the screen.
    Shichisei Sword- A long sword with a rainbow blade. Has knockback. Found in Stage 6. When you reach the boss, during the battle you'll see Yestai (Zhao-Ming) the dark colored muscle man. Kill him and it will randomly appear.
    Kai Club- A club with a decorated blunt round end. Has knockback. Found in Stage 8. When you get into palace, just before the floor crumbles, you'll fight a large group of muscle men. Kill the dark skinned muscle man and he'll randomly drop the Kai club. Hiryu Sword- A long sword. Has knockback.
    Found in Stage 8. Hit to the right of second pillar in boss room and a treasure chest will fall from the sky. Break it and you'll randomly find a Hiryu sword.
    Kusanagi Sword- A long sword that becomes engulfed in blue flames when swung. Strongest sword in the game. Has knockback.
    Found in Stage 9. At the beginning of the 2nd scene with the log fences, move to the upper left corner. Hit to your left and a treasure chest will fall out of the sky. In it is the flaming Kusanagi sword.


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