I'm sure if you were to go up against Hornet again you'd be absolutely fine though. At some point it clicks I feel.It took me like 4-5 tries to beat Hornet and that's just the second boss. I'm not gonna last long.
It took me quite a few hours before I "got" it so stick with it. And the soundtrack is great so headphones are a good idea.Ok im going to give this another shot tonight and see what happens
Yeah its mainly about understanding the pattern. I'm currently struggling with those two parallel mushroom cnuts who spit orange gook. Get one of them but the other one gets me.I'm sure if you were to go up against Hornet again you'd be absolutely fine though. At some point it clicks I feel.
Are you in the City of Tears? If so you probably wandered into Soul Sanctum. Even the regular enemies are annoying in there.I managed to beat the Mantis Lords earlier tonight, feck me they were hard. I could do the first part pretty much eyes closed by the time I won. Definitely the biggest skill check so far.
I didn't know where to go after that, suddenly I was fighting some teleporting arseholes that managed to piss me off even more than the Mantis Lords.
What a game.
I love that guyI get killed by random baddies like the mushroom cnut that says "waaaa!" And bounces around
Can’t remember 100% even though I only did it yesterday, but you should be able to get the Mantis Claw before you face Mantis Lords (who I think are optional anyway).How do you upgrade nail?
Make sure you go for 107% completion!Finished it, seriously can’t praise this game enough and it’s without doubt one of the finest most beautifully wonderful games I’ve ever played. Going to go back to it and clean up some stuff I didn’t do but I already can’t wait for the next one.
God Bless Hornet
It's easy to accumulate souls in this game especially later on. Don't worry about it.Frustration levels are rocketing again. I beat the Soul Master and as a reward it dumps me in a place with a million respawning enemies that is just too much to deal with. On top of that, I had to deal with my ghost at the same time. Couple of fails and now I died before getting my soul back, so I've lost ALL of the rewards I got from the Soul Master plus a massive bonus cache after that. There's a lot to love in this game but this is well into bullshit territory. Took all my willpower not to destroy my controller.
Cheers guess I'll go back down there. I thought Mantis Village was a sub-area of Fungal Waste only to get Mantis Claw, so I went back to Queen's Station to get that Mask Fragment for which you need the claw to climb walls. Then just collected loads of geo in the earlier areas to buy all the charms available at that charm seller at forgotten crossroads. I'll probably do the same for a while again as I want to buy all the stuff on the shops. Guess the best way to do that is repeatedly kill the two Husk Guards again and again as they give good geo.You can either have a bash at Mantis Lords by going down into the village, or otherwise Cit of Tears I think (and Soul Sanctum).
I never managed it myself I think I got 102% on my Switch copy, - it was fairly easy but lots of exploring.How difficult is it to get from 100 to 107%? Not that I'll ever get to 100%
Fair enough.I never managed it myself I think I got 102% on my Switch copy, - it was fairly easy but lots of exploring.
From what I remember, neither Godmaster DLC or Path of Pain count to completion rate which are where the insane difficulty spikes are.
From the bits I've looked on the internet yeah charms are important. I'm barely into the game but have taken the one that extends the range of the nail and one that allows you to heal quickly along with the compass and the one that gathers all the geo without making you collect every coin. They are really handy.Fair enough.
Sorry I have another question. How important is it to buy all the charms and things? I've never used any charm beyond the default for example.
Should I trek back and buy everything I can? Will it make the game easier?