I dont get it, I see pacifist on the google results, but you guys say genocide run, arent those opposite?, without knowing undertale I would have gone with Jane being so pro that she's looking for faqs for the most hardcore of runs that can be done in the game which is not so "stuck" as it seems
I went in to u dertale with no Spoilers.
None. Except the "Nobody has to die" rule.
Which is why Undyne stumped me, hard.
Again, the solution is contrary to traditional RPG mechanics. So I had to use 1 guide just to preserve my run.
Jo, please BLUR OUT THOSE SPOILERS and put something that says "[SPOILER]" over it instead! Some of your readers probably haven't played Undertale, believe it or not. It'd be better not to accidentally spoil THEM while making a joke about spoilers! D:
@Cramps: It did for me. I'd never tried the Run option before cause I could always Spare everything, so I tried that. Not only could I leave the fight, I could actively flee from Undyne, which let me non-violence the encounter B)
@Cramps: I think in my first run, I figured out Undyne after the third cycle.
Asgore was the only thing I needed to look up on my first run. I went in only knowing the tagline on Steam: "UNDERTALE! The RPG game where you don't have to destroy anyone." so I didn't make any of the common mistakes.
Ehmm... Did no one else think that probably Morgan isn't sad because of the spoilers, she's just sad because Jane's going the genocidal route. I mean come on everyone knows undertale is at it's best when you try to avoid killing things, and there is Jane, of course, as allways, with her mentality.
@Jake'm trying everything before fighting doesn't work on Undyne though. I fine with fighting everything if they give me trouble. Not my first choice and never to the death but I gladly start slapping Papyrus around while I wait :)
I'm not surprised by that. A few of the encounters in Undertale aren't as straightforward as you'd expect. The only reason I got past everything without FAQs until Asgore was because I was willing to try every other option before resorting to Fighting.
@Emtu: that's exactly what the point. Nowadays games depend on the internet (and tutorial). Games in the '90s doesn't got tutorial mode, or the internet to guide you. So there are now 2 kind of people.
I think the main point is that every major critic stated that one of the main appeals of Undertale came from the unexpected twists, so looking at a guide for the game would be doubly spoilerrific.Or maybe I'm completely misreading the scene. Eh. *Shrug*
@Emtu Yeah the joke would've been more funny if the Google search was "How to beat undyne genocide" @Joe Name an X-Com 2 team after your girls? You know the names of your very first team will most likely end up on tombstones?