In Battle mode Corvus Glaive is a Villain who has to be defeated for rewards. Every victory gives a chance to get the Corvus Glaive Tsum, among other prizes — the harder the difficulty, the bigger the chance.
Attacks & Abilities Edit
- Normal attack — Corvus Glaive's normal damaging attack (looks like a ball of blue energy).
- Glaive Attack — Corvus Glaive strikes with his glaive, dealing roughly twice the normal damage.
- Henchmen — Corvus Glaive summons two or three Outriders. He himself moves to the very top of the screen and is not attackable until his minions are defeated. They act as separate enemies on the field, having their own attack and HP. In Rush mode they take damage instead of Corvus Glaive until they are defeated.
Coming back stronger Edit
On Chaos difficulty the "Coming back stronger" message appears when Corvus Glaive is at about half health, and he doesn't recover any HP after it. On Impossible difficulty it appears when the boss is at about a third of his max HP, and he heals back to full. Corvus Glaive does not appear to have any attacks that only occur after the "Coming back stronger" message, the only difference is that he now summons 3 Outriders instead of two before the message.
Strategy EditCorvus Glaive is , so he is countered by a team of .
Don't forget that the more Tsums on your team have an advantage type over the villain, the bigger your advantage!
Don't forget that you can send Bombs to your partner during co-op by flicking them up quickly when the villain is not on your screen!
Tips & Tricks Edit
Corvus Glaive is considered a challenging opponent because he has only Chaos and Impossible difficulty levels.
- It is a good idea to assemble a full team for fighting Corvus Glaive.
- He is very fast and deals significant amounts of damage, so Tsums with fast-charging Skills are recommended.