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These are Quests for Swords and Souls.
Get 20% Revenue Share At The Museum.
Raise Any Stats Above 1000.
Unlock 3 Secret Achievements.
Hit Two Targets With One Arrow (Accuracy Training)
Get At Least Silver Medals For Missions In All Trainings.
Beat Level 10 Boss Without Getting Hit.
Find 6 Lost Children.
Beat The True Last Boss.
Get Super Gold Medals For Combo In All Trainings.
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The training probably seems easier because of practice and muscle memory ....
Have no ideas how to find rare paintings.
But you can get Family time by staying at home for a while, and click at the girl and you get Give me alone
Oh, you can get rare painting from the mushroom ...
Practice is, without question, the most important part of training. You cannot rely on any upgrades to help you if you do not practice enough.
I did find it a bit strange yesterday when I played for the first time in weeks, attempting training for the first time with my facility and accessories fully upgraded, and I earned two super gold medals and almost doubled my strength combo almost instantly, but I cannot prove that these upgrades caused this effect. I did notice that the Turbo Mode button worked, which did make a difference.
Turbo Mode button? What's that?
Something that makes training a whole bunch easier.
Thanks, Nichodemus, for an illuminating response.
I didn't notice the Turbo button before Arm Candy mentioned it -- it appears when you're actually in a training sequence. For example, once you start "Accuracy" training, the button will appear in the lower right corner. It basically gives you a headstart on your combo count so you don't have to start from zero all the time.
But how do i use it? When I click it nothing happens...
Once you click it, it should toggle from "off" to "on," right? That's all you'll see, really.
But you will notice that you have a head start in a training sequence. For example, if you don't have turbo for the Strength training, you will start at 1 for the first apple, and get one point for each subsequent apple you slice. But if you have turbo on, you get a free 25 points for the first apple.
There might be more advantages, but I'm too busy during a training sequence to notice anything else ....
It should turn from off to on, but if your facility is not fully upgraded, nothing will happen if you attempt to click it.
The most significant advantage to starting training at 25 is not so much the 25 free points, but that you skip the slowest part of the training. If a high combo is reached and then a mistake is made, you do not have to start the training again at a snail's pace. Since the training is never slow, stats are also earned more quickly.
So, to get to that mode, My training facility should be upgraded to the best level possible into the game?
Upgrades don't really help you that much. I've gotten 3/5 super gold medals in a completely new game(okay, I was kind of bored). It's a lot more skill based than not. The strength training absolutely demands the best sword, as the weapon grade determines its range(and range is absolutely necessary).
I never even knew about the turbo button, but it sounds like it would greatly improve practice, as you get to train on the higher difficulties without wasting time.
how do i get the R.I....B. achievement in the hidden trophies?
@WolvenDarkling1236 Click repeatedly on the awning in the "shop" section
where is the turbo mode button
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