Kirby Star Allies: Tips for Beating The Ultimate Choice on Soul Melter

Try these tips for getting through the insanely challenging Soul Melter mode in Kirby Star Allies.

Beating The Ultimate Choice on Soul Melter is quite the feat, considering it’s the most challenging level of difficulty in Kirby Star Allies. Bosses are more difficult, health is reduced by half, and the healing items in the rest area aren’t as restorative as they are in previous difficulties. That said, there are plenty of ways to approach this mode. What might work for someone else might not work for you, and vice versa, but we’ll be providing a list of tips that are popular among the Kirby Star Allies community and have worked really well for us.

Ability Tips for Soul Melter

Whether you’re playing with CPUs or alone, chances are you’re going to be dealing out the majority of the damage. This is why choosing the right copy ability for Kirby makes all the difference. You’ll typically have better results when you fight with abilities that you’re comfortable with, but there are a few among the community that are popular to use.

Stone is often used due to its high defense, Staff/Hammer for great damage output, and Water/Spark for their range. Whatever ability you choose, make sure you have someone on your team that can heal because chances are, you won’t get too far without it.

King Dedede in Kirby Star Allies

Tips for Choosing the Best Team

Speaking of teams, Allies are super important (duh) in Kirby Star Allies. This is particularly so when playing on Soul Melter. Playing alongside CPUs is a popular choice, and the most commonly seen seem to be a combination of King Dedede, Vividria, Chef Kawasaki, Driblee, Meta Knight, Plugg, and Bonkers.

Kawasaki and Vividria can provide healing to your team, however small of an amount it may be. King Dedede, Plugg, Bonkers, Driblee, and Meta Knight are great offensive allies due to their incredibly useful abilities.

Additional Tips

Always consider your strengths and weaknesses and how they might play into your battles. If you’re not so great at defense, opt for a team that focuses on healing, and choose an ability that deals damage from afar. Contrarily, If you’re great at defense, close-range abilities with heavy damage output might be a good fit for you. Try different things and see what works best!

We hope these tips help you along your journey to beat The Ultimate Choice on Soul Melter. Make sure to check out more of our Kirby Star Allies guides, and if you have any additional tips, feel free to leave a comment below.

Published Mar. 20th 2018

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