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I am in the Intro 31 15.42%
 
I just beat the 1st dungeon 27 13.43%
 
I am like in the middle 26 12.94%
 
I am not that far from being finished 22 10.95%
 
I am done 50 24.88%
 
I have no idea how far I am 23 11.44%
 
Neutral 22 10.95%
 
Total:201
ProdigyBam said:

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LINK DIES


Someone, please tell me this isn't true........



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I was squeezing some gaming time on my work day yesterday when I should be resting and also got to the Sandship and now I stuck there yet again. . . -_-'



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g-value said:
ProdigyBam said:

spoiler

LINK DIES

Someone, please tell me this isn't true........

But it is true. What else do you think happens when you run out of hearts?



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I was vaguely disappointed by Tentalus, but quite pleasantly surprised by the Sandship (i assumed it was going to be a mini-dungeon, and that the totality of the dungeon was meant to be considered along with the Skipper's Retreat and the Shipyard, and thought the place looked small from the outside). While the dungeon did feel a bit small, it took me longer to do than any dungeon so far, had the most challenging fight since Ghirahim (which wasn't Tentalus) and just seemed to have the perfect logic train to it

Though Tentalus did involve you basic deriving a secret move, a move i had used before but thought had no significance...



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Mr Khan said:
I was vaguely disappointed by Tentalus, but quite pleasantly surprised by the Sandship (i assumed it was going to be a mini-dungeon, and that the totality of the dungeon was meant to be considered along with the Skipper's Retreat and the Shipyard, and thought the place looked small from the outside). While the dungeon did feel a bit small, it took me longer to do than any dungeon so far, had the most challenging fight since Ghirahim (which wasn't Tentalus) and just seemed to have the perfect logic train to it

Though Tentalus did involve you basic deriving a secret move, a move i had used before but thought had no significance...


What the heck are you talking about at the end there?



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Khuutra said:
Mr Khan said:
I was vaguely disappointed by Tentalus, but quite pleasantly surprised by the Sandship (i assumed it was going to be a mini-dungeon, and that the totality of the dungeon was meant to be considered along with the Skipper's Retreat and the Shipyard, and thought the place looked small from the outside). While the dungeon did feel a bit small, it took me longer to do than any dungeon so far, had the most challenging fight since Ghirahim (which wasn't Tentalus) and just seemed to have the perfect logic train to it

Though Tentalus did involve you basic deriving a secret move, a move i had used before but thought had no significance...


What the heck are you talking about at the end there?

That the skyward strike could be shot off in a direction other than a vertical downward strike. It's required in the first phase of Tentalus



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Mr Khan said:

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You never held a charge in your sword and then swung it? Man I experimented with that all the time. Though I'm not sure if it's actually required or not.



Khuutra said:
Mr Khan said:

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You never held a charge in your sword and then swung it? Man I experimented with that all the time. Though I'm not sure if it's actually required or not.

Pretty sure it is. Fi makes it perfectly clear that that's what you're supposed to use on the tentacles, but the tentacles as the ship is sinking are horizontal, while the tentacles in the first stage of the fight are vertical, so a vertical slash will make a sound like it hits, but you can slash at them all day vertically and not get anywhere. It took me about five minutes of attrition before i remembered that cutting across the width would slice it apart, and then remembered that the skyward strike could be done that way

I never really experimented with it, i discovered it when i would have to dodge after successfully charging, and that it could then be discharged by a slash (this all being earlier in the game when i was experimenting just with the skyward strike in general), so i knew it existed, but had sort of forgotten



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I am bad... I have not played since I reached the outside of the first Dungeon. Too much going on, and I want a good continuous 3-4 hours to just play, maybe this weekend.



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