At 1/5/12 09:09 PM, SFS1313 wrote:
Another new medal game...
100% completion medal appears to be broken. Unless I'm supposed to get to a higher level or see all the tips or something.
And because the game does a non-existent job of explaining wtf things do other than how to play the game, here's the FAQ:
Learn what everything does and utilize them fully. Try not to waste too much money on elixirs, and hope to hell you can use a gold voucher so you can buy all the upgrades. Expect to fail multiple times due to the heavily random nature of the game. I even failed once due to the first Soul Shrine failing to appear in time.
You and the monster take turns attacking each other. You both have varying attack power, defense (HP), and attack speed. As the days count by, monsters become stronger and stronger, but they also drop more gold upon defeat. You can score a critical strike if you're lucky, but the enemy cannot do the same to you. It is entirely up to luck whether you win a battle unscathed, or lose a lot of HP due to quick monster reaction times.
-- Elixir: Heals you 100%. Try to time it so that you use it when you're one hit away from dying. Occupies your item slot, replacing any existing item you had.
-- Gold Voucher: 10x gold earned from a single battle. Costs 500 gold. Rare. Pretty much necessary to get far in the game. Occupies your item slot, replacing any existing item you had.
-- Divine Sword: 100x damage for a single battle. Rare. Ye olde dragon slaying item, and the only way to get the Uberslash medal. Occupies your item slot, replacing any existing item you had.
-- Armor upgrade: Increases your maximum HP, as well as healing you 100%. Maximum upgrade level 6 sets your maximum HP to 9999.
-- Weapon upgrade: Increases your weapon attack damage. Maximum upgrade level 6.
-- Goblin: A balanced monster.
-- Golem: Low attack, high defense monster. You are more likely to hit it multiple times before it strikes back. (don't count on it though)
-- Wolf: High attack, low defense monster. You could potentially 1-shot it with a critical strike. Unfortunately, it's quite likely to attack you multiple times before you can attack back.
-- Dragon: Rare, exceedingly dangerous, with superior stats all around. You'll definitely need to find a way to recover fast after a fight with one. Does not show up early on.