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fedfed said:
Midna is required for many stages but teh mopst powerfull weapon I have is 96... and she is level 41.

Then go to the square where her tier 2 weapon is the reward. Should be something like 1 right and 5 up from the starting point. Row C and column 9, burn the bottom right of the five green bushes with a candle.



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RolStoppable said:
WhiteEaglePL said:
Hi Cyber Friends again.
How do I find "hidden enemies"? Also, why is it IMPOSSIBLE to dig those blue rocks (using digging mits) in the first Adventure mode, second to the right in the very bottom left corner of the map? It's sparkling but nothing works.

After I used compass there was that and a rock face which I successfully bombed to unlock the victory reward for Zelda's moveset that I need to unlock - The WindWaker.

The digging mitts are used for green areas with a black X on them. The blue rocks are actually butterflies and you have to use the goddess's harp.

Oh wow, thank you!

I'm guessing enemies will be revealed after the butterflies are gone.



WhiteEaglePL said:

Oh wow, thank you!

I'm guessing enemies will be revealed after the butterflies are gone.

Yes, the game will then allow you to play the mission.

That specific mission is one of the hardest ones to get an A-rank on though. Here's what I've previously posted about it:

That's a tough map despite holding only a tier 2 weapon as a reward. You should use the wind waker instead of the rapier due to the recommended element, you should have at least the tier 2 lightning armor to reduce the damage taken (you can't afford to lose more than 10 hearts here), and your level should be at least in the mid to high 30s to dish out enough damage. If you don't meet all of these requirements, it's best to play something else and keep a note of the materials that you need for Zelda's lightning armors, so that you don't waste them on another character. I know that the temptation to clear an entire corner of the map is big, but the progress on the adventure map is never linear.

The general strategy is to go right after Wizzro and then Volga to wipe the biggest obstacles off the map. If you mess up and lose too many hearts, you won't lose that much time with a restart. The best way to handle Wizzro is to wait for his weak spot to get exposed while playing defensively, because running up to him and trying to get in a combo can and will end up with him throwing some fireballs right into your face; when he rotates to throw fireballs, you can roll right through them with the correct timing (there are invincibility frames during the dodge animation). Against Volga you should be more aggressive because your normal attacks can interrupt most of what he is going to try to do; it also forces him into his quick jump and stab attack that exposes his weak spot; roll quickly around him when he flashes and you should be able to avoid damage while getting yourself in prime position for an attack. If you can defeat both while losing six hearts or fewer, then you'll be quite good to go for the rest of the map. Not that it's going to be easy, but you'll have the toughest parts behind you already. Fighting the numerous gibdos shouldn't be too hard, but it's a busy map that requires a lot of going back and forth. The wind waker's YYYYYX combo (I hope I got that right) allows you to clean out fortresses quickly because the attack covers a wide area.



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How do I get the wind waker?

And by the way I was so behind this game and never played adventure mode but your tread made me like it even more.

Thanks,



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fedfed said:
How do I get the wind waker?

And by the way I was so behind this game and never played adventure mode but your tread made me like it even more.

Thanks,

I don't remember the exact location (I think it's in the mid-east), but you can move the cursor over squares to see the silhouettes of rewards. If it looks like Zelda and has a 1, then that's the wind waker because that's Zelda's only new weapon on the adventure map.



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thanks a lot once more



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Along with the new DLC, there was another update:

-Level cap raised to 255 (talk about overkill)
-Three new potions
-New achievements, bringing the total to 44

Also, it feels like the loading times have gone back to what they've been in the past (they had increased with the update that came with the Majora's Mask DLC), so that's good.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

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Damn... I forgot to check the updates yesterday.
I'll do it later.



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An I have just realized that to reach all achievments you will have to play this game for the next 2 years!



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Bought a Link amiibo and started a new file. Here are the achievements I already got:

1. Killed 1,000 enemies in a single battle. (Such achievement. Much wow.)
2. Got killed by a cuckoo. (Did this on the third chapter of legends mode. Made sure to get killed by a white one instead of the golden one.)
3. Marathon. (Running 42.195 km is done in no time with battlefields this large.)

It's only going to take me 100 days to get the achievement for amiibo gifts. I wonder if I'll be able to average three hours of play per day and if so, if that total will be sufficient to fully complete the game.

By the way, the guys on Gamefaqs are trying to figure out how to make the rupee glitch reliable to trigger, so I'll keep you updated on that. The gist of it is that the game can be tricked into thinking that you have negative rupees, but it can't display that, so it assigns you the max amount of rupees (9,999,999). Earning 10m rupees within a few minutes is hugely beneficial because they can be invested into EXP. The catch is that it requires a level 100+ character to pull it off, so I don't think anybody here has to worry about having time wasted on conventional EXP grinding. Regardless, make sure to hold onto Rupee+ skills if you ever get some, because they may be required too.

Beyond that, if you have questions for specific missions on any of the adventure maps, mention what square it is. We'll use letters for rows and numbers for columns, so the top left of the map is A1, the top right is A16, bottom left H1, bottom right H16. Makes the whole thing easier for reference.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

A Biased Review Reloaded / Open Your Eyes / Switch Shipments