Most of Ted's attacks are fire-based, so if you put the right code into the Love Machine to raise an anti-fire barrier, the only attack that can hurt you is a regular attack. It does a huge amount of damage and the first time I tried fighting him it killed someone in one hit, but after the levelling it "only" did 2/3 of their HP. Unfortunately there's a lot of luck in this fight because he can restore his HP to full with a drink. Most of my guys couldn't damage him, even at that level, so it was all up to getting enough critical hits before I ran out of healing items.
Ted, of course, is pissed off at dying because he wanted to become immortal like Bias Brad. Sorry! At this point here is my list of wanted monsters.
Now all that's left is Bias Brad. A few more levels of the dungeon, going back to refill my shots and HP, and I was ready to fight him. In order to stop himself from dying he put himself in a machine.
|Bias Brad, first form
Now it's Bias Brad's true form.
There really is no ending to the game; Brad doesn't want to die, but he does anyway. There's a credits sequence that shows all the wanted monsters you beat, your final tank and human stats, and then your characters wake up on a beach, having escaped the Bias tower as it was crumbling.
|Pochi is still dead :-(