Mistral is probably a little easier than Blade Wolf, since the Dwarf Gekkos that spawn around usually not always drop repair nanopaste the immediate use version, not the stored-up version. She also telegraphs her attacks more than Blade Wolf, so you can anticipate her attacks better. Always keep a lock on her and be prepared to block whatever comes your way then counterattack. This will occasionally trigger the Blade Mode prompt if she attempts to parry allowing you to temporarily destroy her armor and weapon, leaving her more vulnerable to attacks. The swarm of Dwarf Gekkos are not much of an issue apart from being too clingy. What's great about them though is that they drop Repair Units when destroyed so you can pretty much replenish Raiden's health consistently. Plus you can farm BP. The fireballs can be swatted away with light attacks but Ninja Run is a safer option. Last Edited: 11 Jan am.
At first glance Mistral might look like a push over, but she can be a tricky if you fight her the wrong way. First things first, do not think about the robots with her. You will most likely kill them in the process of fighting her and will constantly respawn. As far as Mistral is concerned, I suggest just rushing her. Unlike phase 1, you will be stuck on a VERY small pipe with virtually nowhere to run. At this point she will be a little more aggressive, but you should have a good idea of what to expect. I suggest staying at mid range and only coming in close if you can get a hit in. Try to avoid long range with her, since that will result in her doing a sneak attack on you.
Mistral was one of the Winds of Destruction , alongside Sundowner and Monsoon. Her code-name is derived from the dry northern winds that blow from the Alps to the Mediterranean. Mistral was born to French and Algerian parents in the country of Algeria. She would eventually find her parents' murderers, and, in her words, "butcher" them. Afterwards, she decided that killing people was her calling, and served in the French Foreign Legion. She participated as a combatant in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, with a kill count in the dozens.
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