Heroic battles in chapter 2 of season 2 of Marvel: Avengers Alliance are more complicated than they were in chapter 1 and a lot more difficult if you don’t know the tricks. They will also require some rather expensive characters to complete. Expect these battles to be long and, in some cases, quite tedious. The following guide will help you complete each of these battles as easily as possible, whether you are simply trying to complete them to gain the chapter reward or whether you are farming them for ISOs.
Dr. Strange – This battle is near impossible if Dr. Strange is not at least level 6, because you pretty much need Vapors of Valtorr to succeed. Dormammu will summon demons to fight alongside him that are bruisers. These demons have a weakness to Vapors of Valtorr and will fight each other or even possibly attack Dormammu after you hit them with that attack. Additionally, you can take advantage of the Focused Attacks buff to score a critical hit on Dormammu with Bolts of Balthakk. In general, save Power of the Principalities for either Shield of the Seraphim or Teresing Boost and try to make sure you always have enough stamina that you never need to recharge. Fight conservatively and you should win relatively easily, whether or not you have the alternate costume.
Daredevil – Like many heroic battles, this is one that pays to read the tool tip of the enemy in advance. If you use the correct move, you will automatically avoid and counter Bullseye, assuming you have already used Radar Sense. If rock-paper-scissors doesn’t interest you, then you can also just brute force this fight. Start with Radar Sense and immediately use Snap Kick. This will cause you to counter Bullseye’s next attack anyway. With just a few attack and health ISOs, you should easily out damage Bullseye in a straight slug fest.
Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor – This is a battle of attrition. You will fight three waves of three enemies each and each wave will include a mini-boss. There is no perfect combination of costumes, though the scrapper version of Mighty Thor makes this battle a little bit easier. Without that, you pretty much just want each hero to be at least level 9 and a lot of health, stamina, and attack buffs. It is pretty much critical that either Captain America has Shield Guard or Iron Man has Deflector Shield and both is better. Also, Thor needs to have Inspire Bravery. Once you are actually fighting, try to kill bosses quickly, but then be conservative about taking damage and recharging stamina before the next wave. You want to have Deflector Shield up as much as possible and Shield Guard should be active in every wave except for the last. Try to avoid letting the enemies gain counter class benefits, even if that requires recharging. With all level 9 heroes, the fight should be tough but winnable.
Wolverine – This fight is annoying because you can’t kill Bob until you kill Deadpool. If you do accidentally kill him, Deadpool will resurrect him and he will become more powerful. The only ways to avoid attacking Bob are to either put the cornered debuff on him with Savage Rend or to use Feral Ambush, which is stealthy. Until Bob is buffed by death, he simply isn’t strong enough to kill Wolverine because of regeneration. You need to follow a strict order of attacks to win this fight. Start with Savage Rend on Bob and then use Adamantium Claws on Deadpool. Then attack Deadpool with Feral Ambush. After that you should recharge. Repeat that order until Deadpool dies. If Bob stuns you, recharge after the stun and start from scratch. On the off chance that you counterattack Deadpool and he is bleeding the turn after you hit Bob with Savage Rend, use Berserker Frenzy on Deadpool instead of Adamantium Claws. Never attack Bob when there is any risk of killing him while Deadpool is alive. Instead either use Feral Ambush or recharge. This fight takes awhile, but if you are deliberate and careful, you can’t lose.
Spider-Man – As long as Spider-Man is at least level 6, this fight is a breeze. Use Spider-Sense whenever it is available and attack with Web Slingshot whenever Green Goblin is webbed. Otherwise attack with Web Shot. You can’t score critical attacks on Green Goblin, but Web Slingshot will never miss while he is webbed and deals high damage. The only thing worth doing before this fight is putting some health and evasion ISOs on Spider-Man to help keep him alive. Due to counterattacking, you can practically win this fight without ever attacking.
Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver – This fight is challenging if you only have the scrapper version of Quicksilver and relatively easy if you have the generalist version. There pretty much isn’t a way to stop the Rho sentinel from attacking twice in the first turn, so don’t even bother. Open up with Hex Sphere on the first round and cross your fingers that the sentinels start hurting themselves. Have Quicksilver focus all attacks on the Rho sentinel. If Quicksilver is a scrapper you cannot afford to use area attacks. If he is a generalist, you can. If he is a scrapper, you will probably need to have Scarlet Witch target the Sigma sentinel with Arcane Blast in the second round. If he isn’t, Chaos Shield is the conservative play. Make sure both characters are at least level 9 and buff them with lots of health and damage ISOs. Because Scarlet Witch is so random you may need to try this fight a few times, but eventually chance will be on your side.