Tomb of Tolerance Pattern

#1trojanhorse21Posted 5/26/2011 6:04:56 AM
I've made my own pattern to Tomb of Tolerance to get pass the first floor, the first floor is the only floor that is hard and I just 2 blasted the boss which was very dissapointing but anyways here's my pattern:

recommended level: 28+
Also have a charibasa so it can heal

you are given 16 seconds until the blade slices you so, in the beginning wait for four beats then pata pon song your way and break the door, so here is where the pattern starts, do not break the pattern cuz if you do you will have a hard time killing the enemies, especially if your uber is a canogabang!

the pattern is
1.any command you wish
2.any command you wish
3.charge command
4.defend

if you have a charging team you should use those 2 free commands to charge then attack!

so here's how you time it, when you do your command, you should start at around 14 sec your eyes should be at the timer cuz when the timer would set to exactly at 6 sec you will do the charge command then do defend and there you go!

I would also recommend jumping but I don't know how to and where you jump, also you can break your pattern when you reach a safe spot (in the middle of 2 blades) that being in the place where there are fire and ice dragons and a house.

once you are in the safe spot there, just follow the pattern and you should be safe.
#2mhdalynPosted 5/26/2011 9:09:28 AM
You're on the last level and don't know how to jump >.>
---
http://objection.mrdictionary.net/go.php?n=3438530
#3citroEnPosted 5/26/2011 9:35:34 AM
^I'd rather charge and attack at a safe spot than jump the blades with a salamander in front. :\
#4FaustianLogixPosted 5/26/2011 10:24:58 AM
Jumping also moves you out of harms way from any salamander attack. Plus, you shouldn't be in a position where you need to dodge both in the first place. I'm getting kind of tired of these elaborate "help" topics when people have already figured out how to handle ToT on their own.
---
PSN - FelixxFaust | People said his brain was infected by devils
Youtube.com/user/MonochromeHunter | http://tinyurl.com/plessyhate
#5sleepinoldeiPosted 5/26/2011 10:36:44 AM
FaustianLogix posted...
Jumping also moves you out of harms way from any salamander attack. Plus, you shouldn't be in a position where you need to dodge both in the first place. I'm getting kind of tired of these elaborate "help" topics when people have already figured out how to handle ToT on their own.

Absolutely correct.
---
Sweet vibrations!
#6mhdalynPosted 5/26/2011 10:50:21 AM
My point was not with jumping on ToT, it was that he'd gone through the whole game without bothering to try the jump song.
---
http://objection.mrdictionary.net/go.php?n=3438530
#7FaustianLogixPosted 5/26/2011 11:03:59 AM
I'm fairly sure that lots of people who haven't gone through the other games thoroughly haven't tried the jump or retreat commands that much. This game doesn't really encourage or teach you about when to use them, unlike in previous games where these commands were learned prior to them being NEEDED to clear a boss or some other task.

However, that's not my issue. I keep seeing these topics pop up, and it's getting irritating. I could compare it to someone telling me they had a new way to eat Oreo Cookies every week, when all they're telling me is that they open the cookie and lick the cream.

This idea isn't new, it isn't revolutionary, and in this case it is inferior to the way I run ToT.
---
PSN - FelixxFaust | People said his brain was infected by devils
Youtube.com/user/MonochromeHunter | http://tinyurl.com/plessyhate
#8sleepinoldeiPosted 5/26/2011 11:44:18 AM
I've played P2 so don't worry guys, I know what you mean. :)
---
Sweet vibrations!