Lethal League Blaze is a phenomenal 2D game like Smash Bros. but instead of each other, you hit this anti-gravity ball, that gets faster and faster, UNTIL ONE IS WINNER!
How to get every Achievement in Lethal League Blaze by yourself.
What you need, and how this guide works.
I’ve listed the 15 achievements in 3 groups, within these groups, the achievements will be listed from what most players have to lest (According to steam charts) The groups are as follows…
“Normal Playthrough” – These are achievements most players get by just playing the game.
“Difficult” – These are the achievements you must go out of your way for. (And cheese)
“Matches” – You get these by completing a lot of matches. (Quick methods listed)
- Two controllers/keyboards. (You will need to play 1v1 with yourself)
- 3800 sparks, All characters, and gamemodes.
- And some time to burn.
That’s all the dumb info sorted, So Buckle up and get ready to feel pathetic.
Chromo Warp “Reach a ball speed of one thousand”, most players get this in one of their first few games. Though if you’re still trying to get it, read my technique for Grand Slam. (Below)
–Mass KO Production “Hit three players in a row”, I got this in the 2nd last story mode match, I would recommend playing that for this or just set up a free for all match with 3 cpus.
–Clear Skies “Beat the story mode”.
–King Me “Beat the arcade mode”.
–Clutch “Bunt the ball at 1000 speed or above”, if you still don’t have this, build up speed using my Grand Slam technique (written below), then simply bunt the ball.
–Doombox Slam Dunk “Beat the arcade mode without using any continues”, if your finding this hard just practice some more. The arcade mode will soon become a cake walk.
–The Multiverse “Get a checkmark on every event in the story mode”.
–Full House “Beat the arcade mode with every character” This includes locked characters.
–Heavy Impact Striker “Hit a goal in Strikers with a ball of at least 250 speed”, the default ball they give you can’t speed up. So, make sure you go into the options and change the ball type to normal. I honestly never did this achievement in a normal match, but to be frank, getting to 250 speed doesn’t sound too hard with another CPU. But if you want to cheese it like me, connect your other controller to player 2, build up speed just below the targets, then hit a goal once your ball is over 250 speed. (Strategy of building speed fast listed just below)
–Grand Slam “Reach a ball speed of one million”, Play a 1v1 match with yourself (Player 2 with your other controller). Then simply hit the ball so it’s in a straight line above your head, charge swing (holding the swing button) and jump at the same time, the ball should get hit with a huge speed boost and stay in the same path. Do this for a bit and your speed will get to million in no time.
–Lethal Rivals “Rally the ball back and forth for at least ten times”, I got this while ♥♥♥♥ing around in the arcade mode, when you get to the mirror match (2nd last match) in the arcade mode, run to left of the room after hitting the ball, since the CPU in this match will copy everything you do, he too will run to the other side of the room. Now all you have is hit the ball back and forth at their level ten times. If this doesn’t work, simply play a 1v1 match with yourself (Player 2 with your other controller), then do this same thing with yourself.
–Vicious Volley “Hit the ball back and forth in Lethal Volley for 16 times”, this has to be the hardest achievement in the game to do with just yourself, unless you’re a god that can play with two controllers at the same time you’ll have to play with a CPU, and hope to god they don’t miss or start trying to ♥♥♥♥ you over. But lucky for us, I found a trick that makes this achievement quite easy.
Before starting the match it’s very important which characters you and the bot uses, for example, Dice is♥♥♥♥♥♥at getting the ball other the net, while Candyman has a crazy steep angled smash that will always end the round if the bot decides to parry. I’m sure there are other character choices that could work but I recommend, you play Candyman, and the bot plays as Grid level 5 (Yes, the level matters). Now all you must do is swing up every time the ball comes to your side, and the level 5 bot Grid should always hit it back, without fail or trying to screw you over. (Getting up smashes can be difficult at first, but you will get better through time.)
-Rookie Player “Play 100 matches”
-Adept Player “Play 500 matches”
-Ace Player “Play 1000 matches”
These while not hard would take you a long time, though if you want to make the process quicker, I have three strategies.
Set up a 1v1 match with a CPU and no heath. These no heath matches are very quick usually going just over a minute, so they’re good if you’re impatient and they’re pretty fun. I found myself having more fun when I set my character to random while doing this, I also learned new tech for characters I rarely play. This would be my most recommended strategy.
Set up a Free for all match, set stocks to 10 and the timer to 1 minute, then set 3 CPU on any level you like. Then when the match starts, leave and do something else come back every minute and press A to start a rematch. This way you get to leave the game and do something else while your match counter goes up and you still earn sparks (50 each match). I would still recommend the first strategy as it’s just more fun, but if you’re feeling lazy and greedy then this would work for you. (You should turn off vibration while doing this)
Set up a Lethal Volley match with a level 7 Candyman CPU, set the score to 1, then if you have the stage “City Streets” (Unlocked after 500 matches) play on that as it has no intro, if not then any stage will do. Every round the Candyman bot should do his dumbass steep smash onto the ball right when the match starts to end it again. This way the matches are doomed to end within seconds, and you’d be counting matches like it’s nothing.
This was written by RingoToBudo