The enemy version is of little threat, and is weak towards Ice-elemental weapons and spells.
The boss version may prove more difficult, since a Black Mage isn't available in Edward's Tale, and the boss version's HP is a bit higher. Edward should first focus on buffing his party with his Bardsong ability until he grants Haste, Protect, and Shell upon the group. Edward can still use Bardsong for a chance to heal the party members, while every once in awhile using Salve with Potions to heal his entire group more effectively. Harley can focus on attacking, and every once in awhile Band together with Edward and use Feast of the Land to greatly heal the party. The three guards should be constantly attacking, and only healing with Potions when needed.
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