This page contains Legacy Of Kain: Blood Omen 2 Hints for Gamecube called "Beat Marcus" and has been posted or updated on Jan 9, 2007 by hotsprings2005.
- Developer: Crystal Dynamics
- Publisher: Eidos Interactive
- Genre: Action Adventure
- Release: Dec 9, 2002
- ESRB: Mature
You will fight Marcus in a cathedral, on the bottom floor first. On the left and right sides of the room are switches, one on each side. These switches activate bells which disrupt Marcus' concentration and leave him vulnerable for a short time. Hit one switch, then run to the other switch, hitting Marcus on the way. Continue this until his "puppets" disable the bells. Go up to the second floor. Marcus will just run around until you kill him. Use the jump ability to alternate between sides, hitting him on the way. Once he dies, you obtain the Charm ability.
Just hit the bell switches and hit him when he is stunned. When his puppets disable the bell, you can still ring it by jumping into it. He is easier to locate that way. Then, just run around killing enemies while hacking up Marcus, occasionally ringing the bell. You can avoid the puppets altogether, but you will want to build up your Lore bar as much as possible.
To defeat Marcus follow the previous strategies until his "puppets" break the bells. After this happens, chase Marcus until you run into his "puppets". Kill the puppets, increasing your Lore and Blood bar. He will be on the same floor as his "puppets" -- this will help you learn where his next minion is located. When you find him, use combos repeatedly until he loses.
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Posted on: 10-29-2011