Punch Club 2: Fast Forward – Best Build for Way of the Lazy Bear

Best Lazy Bear Build

The stamina consumption on block/dodge skills are crucial. Desperado has a stamina build IIRC, so you want the anti-block skills with him. You might be tempted to use smasher since it’s the anti-block style, but due the low amount of passives slots on that style I would go with berserker instead, if you have it. I like to focus on either making the opponent fail their blocks or dealing damage through the blocks, but not both.

The defensive skill that increases your opponent’s initiative cost higher is better if your opponent uses a lot of single initiative point skills, while the damage reflection skills get better when your opponent has lower health. With regards to attacks, it’s usually better to use lower cost stuff like jab unless you’re up against another bear user.

Bear builds want more stamina than agility: Bear skills are efficient with initiative, not stamina. You might still run out of stamina and need to leave attack slots empty. It can be worthwhile to dip into the turtle tree for the stamina recovery skill since bear doesn’t get any.

If you have the gpp for it, you can even take stat boosters at 25 strength, grab the late game skills you want from further up the tree, and then switch focus to stamina and agility., since strength builds benefit less from their main stat than the other two paths.

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