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“Hisame, who has long complicated feelings over his mostly absent father, Hinata, flees after saying how he feels. But he runs directly into a large group of enemies.”
The script for this paralogue can be found here.
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After passing through a specific chapter, the Faceless encountered are much more stronger, having improved stats in addition to various abilities on them. Hisame is at the center of the map and cannot move. The Faceless nearby don't tend to move so there is plenty of time to reach him, unlike other paralogues where the children can move, often into danger.
The unique aspect in this chapter is the "Waste" tile. Any unit on this tile has their movement reduced to one (excluding flyers and Takumi with his Fujin Yumi), in addition to dropping the unit's avoid rating by 10, so avoid going on waste tiles. There are paths of plain tiles to reach the boss however.
On turns 7 and 8, 4 Faceless will come out of the upper left and right stairs. On turns 9 and 10, 4 Faceless appear from the lower middle and left stairs.
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Hunter & Prey
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