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Love this ArticleEdit

Saved me alot of time and effort, but you should note where to get the high level crafting materials in order to get the Ultimate and Chain 16 stickers. You have to go to the noise list and see which ones drop the materials on hard/normal/easy. Deanos420 15:16, 23 May 2008 (UTC)

Farming for PP (pin point). Edit

I am kinda new here. I have some tips for farming PP and i dont know if it should go here.

What's your tip? BlitzerRyuusei 04:20, 27 August 2008 (UTC)BlitzerRyuusei

Questions about chaining bosses Edit

Can someone explain why you should chain the bosses last, especially Sho Minamimoto? I'm trying to farm Shadow Matter and Dark matter. For Reaper Beat it makes sense, you want to build up a Lv.3 Fusion to erase him asap. I always assumed that when chaining, enemies at the end of the chain become harder, which makes it riskier to engage in such a battle. Iceman B 01:06, 4 August 2008 (UTC)

You are correct, it seems the editor was misinformed. User:Exsanguinate 01:50, 4 August 2008 (UTC)

Fighting Beat Edit

I don't know why people want to use such a poorly thought method to fight Beat as mentioned in the "Alternative Walkthrough". I edited recently to rely on a Lightning Deck from Pegaso make use of Lightning Rooks, but someone thought just because I threw Excalibur in it also, it was pointed at more of a "advanced" deck. To be able to fight Beat as a blue noise to farm requires you to be in post-game. And going through the Extra Day once and getting a King Arthur is fairly easy.

Having multiple healing pins of such a low quality is pretty pointless. Even if you don't have Peace Full, Healing Bunny and Healing Whale are more efficient. Also not chaining battles at all will not guarantee you a dark matter. There's no point to fight a single battle if you chain Beat as the first battle. Also blocking the whole time with Joshua and not passing the puck will just carry the fight out too long.

Having 2 Lightning Rooks and a Piercing Pillar (like #4 Blizzard Cool) to juggle Beat if you need time to recharge them is a far better strategy.

How can you have two Lightning Rooks in your deck? Doesn't the game prevent you having two of the same pin? Nhex 20:24, 8 February 2009 (UTC)
Lightning Rook is a class B pin, so you can have two of it (or any other lightning arrester) in the same deck.
Ah! Thanks. --Nhex 22:12, 8 February 2009 (UTC)

Maingame strategies Edit

These are some great strategies for the postgame, but sometimes you need money, Rare Metal etc. in the maingame, so it would be nice to see some info on where to get them for players who have missed or can't reach the days listed. Darth l33t 04:50, 20 March 2009 (UTC)

crows Edit

you get rare metals much easier killing crows

Yes, but the crows steal your pins making them a nuiscance --CrayonWarrior 18:24, December 6, 2009 (UTC)

Week 1, Day 5 Edit

I use this strategy all the time, and I didn't see it on here, so I figured I might as well suggest it... the yellow noise drawn to Ai and Mina almost always contains Hard Corehogs and Bigbanfrogs, which drop Tektite and Rare Metals on Hard mode, respectively; they always respawn without you needing to leave the screen, and the chain of three results in pretty good drop rates. Just putting in my farming strategy.--76.99.145.180 21:28, 21 May 2009 (UTC)

add it then...

What Color pins Edit

what Color is Shadow Matter on the battle screen. I only ever see the taboo Noise drop Yellow or Red --CrayonWarrior 18:26, December 6, 2009 (UTC)

Pins on the battle screen correspond to game difficulty, not the type of pin. Yellow and red are Hard and Ultimate, respectively. --Marshmello 01:18, December 7, 2009 (UTC)
ooo soz... well in that case i should've got more shadow matter.... --CrayonWarrior 18:33, December 7, 2009 (UTC)

Possible error on Dark Matter section? Edit

Disregard the note below, I was wrong, and confirmed Reaper Beat is at 104 on W1D4. Is this an Easter Egg or something for New Game+? I don't remember that blue noise there in my first playthrough.Edit

Dark MatterEditEdit

Location: 104 Building

Calendar: Week 1, Day 4

Noise: Reaper Beat (Noise No.80)

Shape: Blue Boss Noise

Default Drop: 0.50%

Drop Rate/Chain: Chain as high as possible, leaving Beat LAST. If your drop rate is at least 20, the pin is guaranteed at a chain of 10.


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In the calendar section, should that be week 2? Beat doesn't become a reaper in the first week IIRC.

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