Log Post #4 of 22
From: warpio | Posted: 12/02/2016 05:43:00 PMUpdated: 11/21/2017 08:25:36 PM
|- Twoson -|
Damn these mushroom enemies gave me "mushroom" status. It literally puts a mushroom on your head and makes your walking controls randomly flip around, so you have to rotate your controller to orient yourself...
A nice lady at twoson tells you about the town... east of here is Peaceful Rest Valley, and after that is Happy-Happy Village... gotta find a healer, this mushroom is really annoying... lol someone at the hotel has a mushroom on his head... he asks you if there is one there. "Yes". he says he finds it fun having messed up controls so he's leaving it on.
Some girl in the dept store: "I want to go visit my boyfriend in Threed but the bus stopped going there"
The tickets for the Runaway Five show are sold out... There's a lineup at the theatre all the time. The band members are in debt to this theatre and being forced to work there...
Some kid in a house says his parents went to Happy-Happy Village on some religious mission.
someone at the hospital: "I had an argument with my friend about Happy-Happyism"
a sign outside the hint shop's house: "If you have time to read this, go to the Chaos Theatre immediately"
I know my next destination is the preschool, but I just want to see where I'm able to go before that in case there are any pieces of dialog specific to this part of the story.
Orange Kid is much more sophisticated, and he asks you for $200 to help fund an invention that will "Help you in Peaceful Rest Valley"... the 2 girls outside are fans of Orange Kid... hmm...
got a ruler from a hippy.. tried using it in a battle. "now you can measure things more easily."... awesome
Now I'm in a battle against this guy I met in the park named Everdred... After I defeat him, he tells me that Paula was taken to a secret hideout in Peaceful Rest Valley... and then I hear more of the story about Paula being kidnapped by the religious Happy Smile group...
"They said that they were going to make Paula some sort of human sacrifice."
Everdred then says to come back here after I save Paula.
omg these street merchants in the park are so hilarious... this one guy is really desperate to sell me an egg.
"You won't get through you're teen years without at least one egg. Please buy this beautiful egg. Please!"
I don't even know what most of the items these people are selling actually do.
I bought a For Sale sign that actually turned out to be extremely useful, it lets me summon a customer to buy something from me on demand.
- Peaceful Rest Valley -
If you give Orange Kid $200, he gives you the "Suporma", with no info on what it does... if you give Apple Kid $200, he just thanks you, and then his nameless mouse friend comes and gives you the "Receiver phone", that lets you receive phone calls.
I try to explore Peaceful Rest Valley... get to a pencil statue blocking the path... using the Suporma does nothing... it just sings a song to you and then breaks down and disappears.. and the bridge to happy happy village is out, so no I'm stuck and have no idea where to go next...
Found Apple Kid and he gives me the pencil eraser... lmao it turns out Apple kid was actually the useful one. The more sophisticated Orange kid doesn't give you anything important at all.
woah.. I went to sleep at the Twoson hotel for $50.. and heard Paula calling for help in my dreams... she says she's somewhere near running water..
jeez... this peaceful rest valley area is confusing as hell... The first real maze part of the game that feels reminiscent of Mother 1... although in Mother 1 this would be way more annoying due to the random battles. I'm really starting to appreciate in this game how sometimes you can despawn the enemies that are in your way and sometimes even get a butterfly to spawn instead..
The enemies get pretty hard here too... plant enemies that drain your PP.. then tree/bush enemies that explode when they are low on health.. and then UFOs that do a lot of damage to you and take you two turns to kill one of them.
I don't know if I've gotten everything here or not... this time instead of using maps in conjuction with my playthrough like I did with Mother 1.. since this game is much nicer about its field encounter rate I am comfortable just feeling out where to go on my own...
I'll look at the maps and other stuff in the guide for the sections that I've done already at the beginning of each high session, and use that to make sure I haven't missed anything important and if I have I should be able to go back to it easily.
Managed to get to Happy Happy Village without too much trouble.