What it says in the document is correct.
You can test this yourself by using RoomShaker to place guards with certain skills, and then opening these levels with apoplexy.
RoomShaker's 1-10 is apoplexy's 0-9.
kj-5349 wrote:Hi Norbert, I've recently tried out your apoplexy 3.0 RC2.
Just a small thing to mention:
- Apoplexy type 9 is Roomshaker type 9, not 10. Numbers in the PDF aside, I did recall there is a consistent blocking-attacking chain with the default Jaffar and he rarely improper blocks.
- Apoplexy type 8 (the passive non-attacking guard) is unavailable in Roomshaker, and thus, not 9.
- Apoplexy type b is Roomshaker type 10. Behaviour-wise it is a combination of the Fat Guard & Apoplexy type 6.
- Apoplexy type a is not in Roomshaker. This is the "worst" but most fearsome guard type as he is similar to the SNES Jaffar, and the only way of defeating him is to block, then a short delay and attack (still not sure of the technique's name). Examples I've seen are in robert's The Tricky Tower and princeomkar's Guard Revolt.