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Wait until he finishes attacking, and go in for the kill, get in a few hits, when he starts attacking, run away from him and repeat. Whenever he does he Event Horizon, avoid the pillars, when he preforms Magic Hour, don't stop Dodge Rolling until he finishes. Repeat this strategy and heal when your Health is halfway and he should fall relatively easily. I was about Level 40.
You mean the bug version in HB sector, or the normal version?
I owned the normal him with 3 Judgment Triads at lvl 50, with all cheats set to the highest difficulty. He died in 4.22 seconds. He didn't even attack, i just mashed the X button. I doubt you can kill him faster than that, seeing as there's a limit to the amount of Strength you can have...
Bug version however....just use Zantetsuken or something to get him yellow, and run the frig away from him. Then spam JT, get him red, and just wait till all your attacks are loaded again. Then use another zantetsuken to get him green, and IMMEDIATLY use JT, since you will NOT survive his giant beams of doom. Not even SC and OM will save you.
Is it me, or am I somehow overpowered? Everything seems so easy to me o.o
Defend and attack, it would be better from his back or his sides tough. Do anything to don't get comboed.
Bug version: Roll, roll, roll, roll -> Attack him after his light attack -> Roll, Roll, Roll -> Repeat.
I find Triple Pursuit very useful against Bugxas (Heck, I find it useful against anything. My standard deck is 4 Triple Pursuit and 1 Curaga. Yes, it fits). For standard Roxas, Pretty much the strategies above. If you have a Keyblade with Undo on its list of Overclock powers, that could be very handy.
I played the fight very defensively, just keep running away and roll right when he attacks. Right after I finished dodging with a roll I'd attack him with Triple Pursuit, Judgment Triad or some other quick projectile and ran away again. Just play it defensively.
Attacking, blocking, and dodging are the keys to winning against him. When he finishes an attack, try to attack with a combo. Always make sure you have a Curaga or Cura handy. I beat him at Level 30 (about), and I didn't find it to be that difficult.