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Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth

Estimated Platinum Difficulty and Time to Platinum


Rate the Platinum Difficulty and Time to Platinum  

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  1. 1. Rate the Platinum Difficulty

    • 1 - Very Easy
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    • 2
      0
    • 3
      0
    • 4
      0
    • 5
      0
    • 6
      1
    • 7
      0
    • 8
      0
    • 9
      0
    • 10 - Very Hard
      0
  2. 2. Estimated Time to Platinum

    • 0-29 Minutes
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    • 30-59 Minutes
      0
    • 1-2 Hours
      0
    • 3-5 Hours
      0
    • 6-10 Hours
      1
    • 11-15 Hours
      0
    • 16-20 Hours
      0
    • 21-25 Hours
      0
    • 26-35 Hours
      0
    • 36-50 Hours
      0
    • 51-75 Hours
      0
    • 76-99 Hours
      0
    • 100-499 Hours
      0
    • 500-999 Hours
      0
    • 1000+ Hours
      0


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  • 4 months later...

Not too challenging.  The bow challenge took me a while until I realized that you could clear most of the targets by aiming at the metal plates for ricochets instead of the targets themselves.

 

The boss rush after the game over was tricky, but I wasn't using magic throughout the game.  But since the spell activation stops the timer, then using a spell like the rock summoning spell allows you to do damage while attacking normally.  I got the S rank almost immediately after  Also, since it remembers your level, you'll be able to cheese the early bosses anyway because they have low health compared to late-stage you.   

 

Every secret can be found easily except one.  Since the "castlevania" map is completely filled in with no gaps, there's a glaring gap right in the center with no way to enter.  You have to stand on the floor above that room and jump fifty times.  After about 40, you'll see the floor shake, which lets you know you're close.  Don't know how you're supposed to find this naturally.

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