I will now explain Training Lesson 1.
In lesson 1, you’ll be trained on a variety of movement techniques. You’ll learn the methods and features of walking, jumping, dashing, landing and so forth.
There shouldn’t be any problems as long as you follow the operator’s instructions, but please refer to the recorded video below as an example.
You should be careful of how you use your shock absorbers. The timing to activate the absorber is difficult, so I recommend practicing it over and over until it comes naturally to you.
This concludes my advice. Please train hard, everyone.
I will now explain Training lesson 2.
In lesson 2, you’ll learn how to manage movement in the air. You will hover above the sea and although it’s used in a specific place, the booster is difficult to control so many troops end up falling and sinking into the sea.
So, how about watching the recorded video below as an example for those of you who are concerned about control techniques?
The trick is in the armor purge. You’ll receive instructions during training as well but when the armor purge is used, you’ll become lighter than when you have the armor on, making it easier to operate the booster and to stay in the air.
While in the field, there will be situations where armor isn’t necessary, so remember that there are ways to complete the mission by choosing mobility over defense and adjusting your tactics accordingly.
That's all the advice I have for now. Please train hard, everyone.
I will now explain Training lesson 3.
In lesson 3, you’ll learn how to operate in zero-gravity. You can stabilize your body in zero-gravity and prevent it from spinning around by setting your shooting angle.
On the other hand, you can change your direction in zero-gravity by holding the boost button down and pressing either left or right.
There’s a scene in the second half of training where you pass through a key-shaped passage which you can escape safely by continuing to dash without changing your direction.
Anyway, setting the direction of your body and stabilizing your attacking direction is the best trick.
That's all the advice I've got for now. Please train hard, everyone.
I will now explain Training lesson 4. In lesson 4, you’ll proceed through the training stage by destroying obstacles.
Unlike the stages up to now, there are medals placed along the passage in this stage. It’s possible to clear the stage without taking the medals, but please try your best to get all of them.
To get all the medals in this stage, remember the following 2 points.
First, rather than destroying all of the barriers, use them as footing to help you move up to the upper floor. The barriers themselves are fragile and can be destroyed with a single shot, but be careful not to destroy all of them. There will be areas where it’s impossible to reach even with a jump boost.
The difficult spot comes after climbing to the upper floor at around the 25 second mark in the video. We invade by making subtle adjustments to boost strength. Please use this as a reference.
I will now explain Training lesson 5. In lesson 5, you’ll proceed through a training stage rigged with barriers and bombs. Moreover, this stage has forced-scrolling, just like lesson 2.
There are medals placed along the passage in this stage as well. In particular, the air corridor area at the beginning is an especially difficult location and climbing it is also a challenge.
Let’s find a plan of attack by referring to the video below.
Move quickly here so that the screen doesn’t catch up to you. Armor purge is recommended for making quick moves within narrow areas.
We dash through the section where you go under the bomb at the end of the video, therefore escaping the bomb.
When dashing, the body is at a lower height than usual (it's shorter than it looks), so there’s a lower chance of getting shot. Please use this as a reference.
I will now explain Training lesson 6. In lesson 6, you’ll proceed through the training stage while shooting down a transport helicopter. This stage also has forced-scrolling.
The key to this lesson is to elude the bombs and to shoot down the helicopter. The helicopter moves fast, so you won’t be able to fire at it from behind or you may end up losing it.
Let’s find a way to attack it by referring to the video below.
The trick is to move facing backwards with your shooting angle set.
The helicopter will appear from behind, but if you’re facing forward, you won’t be able to attack the helicopter until it gets past you and that might be too late.
You’ll be ready to attack as soon as the helicopter appears by moving with your shooting angle set and facing backwards from the start of training. After that, watch out for the barriers and attack with everything you've got.
This is all the advice I have for now. Please train hard, everyone.
I will now explain Training lesson 7. In lesson 7, you’ll proceed through the training stage in a weightless state. Amongst the training programs with forced-scrolling and barriers, this stage has the most obstacles. Let’s demonstrate everything you’ve learned from your lessons up to now.
Although it’s in the explanation as well, it’s difficult to destroy the barriers accurately because your body revolves as you move under a weightless state. Therefore, commit to setting your shooting angle more than anything else.
I’d like to explain how to obtain the medals that appear in the second half with the video below.
First, regarding the barriers, there might be those of you who have experienced it already in training so far, but the anti-aircraft weapon can go through walls and so it’s extremely advantageous against targets beyond the barriers.
Due to the scroll and the maze-shaped passage in this stage, it usually becomes too late to destroy the barriers and so you get caught and the lesson ends. In order to prevent that from happening, destroy as many barriers as possible by attacking them ahead of time.
Next is grasping the targeted location. If you choose the wrong passage, you won't be able to redo it, so be prepared ahead of time. It’s important to know the optimal course of action as well as what's where.
Those of you who complete this lesson flawlessly will no doubt be very successful on the battlefield as well. It might be a challenge, but I’m counting on you to succeed.
That's all the advice I have for now. Thank you everyone, and I hope you succeed in the future!