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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Jan 20, 2008
Yeah, I used to try Magnaga until it started frustrating me with the fact that I couldn't even reach my own high score.  Well, the good news is that I have finally completed Phil's training.  I used the same strategy as before, but this time, I unequipped "Explosion" so I could use "Guard Break" the entire time.  I found out that if you knock one of the large pots into the smaller ones, a TON of large orbs will be emitted and obtaining 1000 points is a walk in the park.  As a matter of fact, I easily raised my high score to over 1600!  I'm doing okay with the tournaments, but on the Cerberus Paradox Cup, the goal is 1300 points, but the best I can do is 1124 points.  What stinks is that you can't use any summons, so Stitch is out of the question.  I've tried using the same tactic that I used for Phil's training, and I even tried equipping Keyblades that claim they allow larger item drop rates, like Sweet Memories and Wishing Lamp.  All were unsuccessful.  I'm yet to try getting 15,000 points on the Hades Paradox Cup, but I'll let that wait for now.  So, who knows how to earn more points on the Cerberus Paradox Cup? 

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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Jan 22, 2008
Magnega and Thundaga are good with the Cerberus battle. This is important in round 5. Have fun. 
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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Jan 23, 2008


monkey0111 wrote:
Magnega and Thundaga are good with the Cerberus battle. This is important in round 5. Have fun. 



Yeah, I made it through yesterday; sorry I forgot to report.  Along with that, I also completed the Hades Paradox Cup with nearly 20,000 points and I have officially completed Jiminy's Journal at 100%.  But not the Gummi missions.  Believe me, I tried to make my own Gummi Ships, but they were barely durable or maneuverable.  Man, I wish making Gummi Ships in Kingdom Hearts II was as easy as in Kingdom Hearts where I built several ships that I am extremely proud of(I'd be happy to post pictures of them once I obtain a capture card). 

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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Jan 23, 2008
100% completion of KHII is very hard........I actually cried when i defeated Sephiroth
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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Feb 12, 2008


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For a while now, I've been actually working on completing Jiminy's Journal on Kingdom Hearts II.  So far, I've opened every chest, completed all synthesis goals, and completed all mini-games at their required goals.  My only problem is the mini-games of Olympus Coliseum.  First of all, there's Phil's Training.  Jiminy's Journal wants me to complete it with 1000 points on Maniac.  I know the strategy is to un-equip all "Combo Boosts" and to equip "Negative Combo" and the Fenrir Keyblade so that every attack from Sora is "Explosion" with no extra slashes whatsoever.  Still, my best score is 755 and I can't seem to get close to that score anymore.  How can I complete this with 1000 points?  Also, for all the tournaments(except "Pain and Panic Cup" and "Cerberus Cup" ), I could never obtain the required amount of points.  I often never come close to getting the points I need.  I remember there being an episode of "CHEAT!" on G4 covering this, but I can't remember what Kristen said; it was about a year ago when I saw it.  Any advice?


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 I remember using magnet and explosion to get rid of the smaller urn quicker. This caused the big urns to appear more often then I smashed that into the smaller ones............I really don't remember to much of how I did it, but I know I used magnet in phils training.


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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Feb 12, 2008


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100% completion of KHII is very hard........I actually cried when i defeated Sephiroth


Didn't you hate when he just brushed it off like it was nothing..."So you have some skill"...man I wanted to fight him again....not really but....
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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Feb 12, 2008


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what i did was the stabbing motion carefully aimed at the pot so that it can hit another pot, and If I remember correctly, you get bigger orbs by doing so
 
for Phil's training that is


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I did the same thing but I also had Fenrir equipped and no combo boosts or negative combos equipped and barely got 1000 points.
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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Feb 12, 2008


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monkey0111 wrote:
Magnega and Thundaga are good with the Cerberus battle. This is important in round 5. Have fun. 



Yeah, I made it through yesterday; sorry I forgot to report.  Along with that, I also completed the Hades Paradox Cup with nearly 20,000 points and I have officially completed Jiminy's Journal at 100%.  But not the Gummi missions.  Believe me, I tried to make my own Gummi Ships, but they were barely durable or maneuverable.  Man, I wish making Gummi Ships in Kingdom Hearts II was as easy as in Kingdom Hearts where I built several ships that I am extremely proud of(I'd be happy to post pictures of them once I obtain a capture card). 


Just remember than ships can look like dog vomet for all the game cares, just slap on lots of weapons, wings, and Neon pieces and you should be fine.


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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Feb 15, 2008




Just remember than ships can look like dog vomet for all the game cares, just slap on lots of weapons, wings, and Neon pieces and you should be fine.


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Re: Working for 100% completion on 'Kingdom Hearts II'

Feb 24, 2008
good luck in your tourney on beating kingdom hearts !!
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