Question from imamelia

Asked: 2 years ago

Best way to test out Things (or see what they do in battle)?

I almost never use Thing stickers in battle outside of boss battles, just put them in the museum immediately. Because of that, I haven't gotten to see what most of them do. Is there any feasible way to do that? I can't just empty my sticker album, buy a whole bunch of Things, and use them up because the game auto-saves and I couldn't reload my save before using up all those coins and stickers, but if I went back to each stage and got them one or two at a time, it would take forever. And I already checked YouTube to see if anyone else posted a video showing off all the Thing stickers (needless to say, nothing came up). I guess I could copy my save file over to another slot and then do the "buy and spam" method, but is that really the only solution?

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From: XGamer80 2 years ago

You can test them all out without the auto-save getting in the way. Simply activate the secret door in level 4-3 which allow you to go between the manor and Decaburg. Create the Thing stickers in Decaburg and use them on the rats enemies in the manor. The game doesn't save when you go through that door but it does regenerate the enemies, making it perfect to use the stickers without losing them.

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That seems to be the only way... Just try it out.

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Well, as far as YOU testing them out, that is pretty much the only way, however, Keyblade999 put up an excellent guide, and if you go down to the sticker section, just search through the pretty large list for all the stickers you are looking for and it will tell you what they do. The link is here:
www.gamefaqs.com/3ds/997828-paper-mario-sticker-star/faqs/65241
Apart from this... just try them out and get them again, some of them are in secret doors as soon as you start a level, so at least those should not be that bad to try out.

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You'll have to test them manually, or look in an FAQ or another external source.

My FAQ should have them all. :P

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