|Special Quest Characters And Walkthroughs-
Each special quest for Ep3 is available here, along with the profiles for the characters appearing in it.
Because all Special Quest Characters have no names, they are represented on their Character-Cards by a series of "????". Any characters who speak to eachother in the quest can be named, but otherwise, it's all "Given Names" and Educated Guesses.
|Not all quests are plot related. The Magazine, prize card and promotional quest guides, and their NPCs can be found here:|
This is the quest you can download if you get the bad ending of Blue Star Memories. This quest is fought vs. a virtual Break and Orland. You are supposed to do this quest first, before Future Bullet. Rel'mitos is the only person you can use for this quest.
Winning this quest awards you a Richie. (Billy Hatcher Ref Card)
This quest is what you can download if you get the Good Ending of Blue Star Memories. For obvious plot reasons, you can only chose Rel'mitos to play it. You fight against Kireek, even though it never says his name out loud, it's very obvious who it is. For whatever reason, Rel'mitos is testing some VR system or something. The message on it gets interrrupted by a strange voice. The voice (it's Kireek!) asks him what he is looking for: his son's (Zoke) ghost, or his deciples (Break/Orland). Of course, he wants to fight, and be amused the the old mans' skill. As you fight him, he'll use various taunts about how he loves battling, tension, and being amused.
It is never officially stated that who you are fighting is Kireek. His card has "???" on it, just like all the other custom chars. However, every single thing about him points directly to being Kireek. --*He's got the same body/paint/head type.
Fortunatly, he's a lot less crazy then he was before. Not being infected/possessed by Fallz probably has a lot to do with his stability. Unfortunatly, you're left with his old, previous personality: an agressive, assassin HUcast with a love for violence and the strength to carry it out! He fights with a deck called Bullet Fate. The name seems somewhat inappropriate, there's no gun action at all even possible in the fight. What is he doing inside a government VR sim? Although he's being stadily damaged, and all his creatures are guard-monsters (not to mention Unfilial), he's still a formidable opponent. The rolls for his "Insta-kill" are biased to being high enough for it to work nearly every time he uses it. This makes it really hard to do anything other then an "E Rank" on him, because he'll repeatedly pull 99 damage. Having him get a ATK Damage total of 611 is not uncommon! Will we see this famous assassin again?
Winning this quest awards you a Cipher (Billy Hatcher Ref Card)
As of 10.01.04 there are only 2 available plot related quests for Episode 3.
Wow, it's 02.19.06 and no other quest is available! It looks like they've really abandoned this one!