“And I’m loving the fans; they do amazing things. They’re (chuckles) insane with their photoshops and they’re insane with their comments, but I love it all. I read it all! They might not realize I read every message and comment and everything.”
Manufactured between 1910 and 1945 in Russia or the USSR, here used in an anti-aircraft role c.1941. 7,62x54mmR, 250 rounds belt-fed, short recoil, toggle locked and water-cooled. 1931 configuration. Protect the Motherland with an overpowering display of antiquated firearms.
new favorite dinner is so easy and delicious ! Lettuce wraps with pico
de gallo, guacamole and curry flavored sweet potato fries. It’s perfect
for a rawtil4 diet, it’s gluten free and the fries are oil-free ! 🍟
de Gallo : 1 diced tomato, a few pieces of chopped onion, cilantro and
Guacamole : mash with a fork half an avocado with lemon
juice and pepper
potato fries : Preheat your oven to 250°C (475°F). Chop the sweet
potato into fries (peel them before if you want to) , line them on a
baking paper or non-stick baking sheet and pour lemon juice, curry
powder and pepper. Bake for 15mn and flip them for 10 more minutes or
until they’re crispy.
Then I just make a wrap using lettuce leaves, a few fries, guaca and pico de gallo, so good !
Another month, another Organization event. This time we have one of our most forgettable members: Lexaeus. I’m never going to remember how to spell this guy’s name so we’re going to call him Lexy.
The formula for this event is as follows:
3 Single Target enemies, the first two which have the Caution (*C*) warning, which gives them first attack. No continues.
One enemy, one turn. This is the easiest one.
One enemy two turns. These are usually bosses and have lots of health.
In line with Lexy’s fight in KH2, all the enemies are Power type. A lot of the bosses have defense buffs you have to cleanse off them. There are also a few hit counters (you get x amount of hits before they attack you), which is maybe a reference to the power levels? I don’t know. Unfortunately there aren’t any enemies that “power up” over time, which I thought would be a cool idea! I feel like less work went into this event versus some of the others (Larxene, Xigbar).
Enemy List: *Lexy B missions are bolded*
1: No continues Lv. 25 Large Body *C* Lv. 25 Defender *C* Lv. 25 Gargoyle Knight
2: One Turn ~ MM Lv. 50 Morning Star
3: Two Turns ~ Lexy B Lv. 75 Enraged Elk (+3 P-Def, +8 Health Bars)
4: No continues Lv. 100 Large Armor *C* Lv. 100 Mega Shadow *C* Lv. 100 Hammer Frame
5: One Turn ~ Lexy B Lv. 125 Fat Bandit
6: Two Turns ~ MM Lv. 150 Cerberus (+2 PSM-Str, +2 Health Bars)
8: One Turn ~ Lexy B Lv. 200 Ringmaster (50 Hit Counter, +3 Health Bars)
9: Two Turns ~ Hairstyles Lv. 225 Behemoth (+39 Health Bars)
10: No continues ~ Lexy B Lv. 250 Gummi Hammer *C* Lv. 250 Ringmaster *C* (35 Hit Counter, +3 Health Bars) Lv. 250 Wandering Spook (23 Hit Counter, +4 Health Bars)
11: One Turn ~ Lexy B Lv. 275 Gigas Shadow (+5 Health Bars)
12: Two Turns ~ Lexy B Lv. 300 Dual Durandal (4 Turn Counter, +1 P-Str, +50 Health Bars)
13: No continues ~ Lexy B ~ Title: No. V Lv. 350 Armed Warrior (+3 PSM-Def, +5 Health Bars) Lv. 350 Enraged Elk *C* (+3 P-Def, +1 Str, +32 Health Bars) Lv. 350 Iron Giant (+93 Health Bars)
The first eleven missions are pretty straightforward. You might have trouble pulling off damage on enemies like the Behemoth. Remember that enemies at Lv. 225 don’t have a lot of defense, so you should be stacking your Strength and PSM Strength buffs instead of Defense Down.
Mission 12: This guy is sort of an ass, but it all comes down to luck. After the first four medals, you’re going to be paralyzed for the rest of the fight. Remember Extra Attack won’t proc if you can’t use the medal the first time. He hits a lot for a good amount of damage, so make sure you have at least one (maybe two?) healing medals or a few DB procs. Paralysis Resist actually has some usefulness! But in my opinion, you should stack the most damage you can (since you still have to get through 50 health bars in two turns) and just re-run the mission until you get lucky. It only took me two tries, but it took my roommate thirty.
As for damage, I used Classic Donald and Xigbar B on DR (both F2P medals). They do a ton of damage and leave room for three buff medals. Use Single Target stuff like Mickey&Minnie and iB&B is really helpful with the cleanse. Take a high damage friend medal: KDG works wonders. This damage wall is going to be what gives players trouble, since Mission 13 is harder but more forgiving.
Mission 13: There are two problems here. First, the Enraged Elk has first attack. If you don’t have good Def +2000 traits, you’re going to really need DB3 or Second Chance. Like. He just destroys you. Don’t have any of that? Grab a friend medal with SC. Remember, you CANNOT continue.
Next is the Iron Giant. He hits like a truck, but there’s a pretty easy way around this. Pluto B from the last High Score Challenge gives +2 Power Defense. Stacking two of these (one with Extra Attack) trivializes the fight. Then you can take your time and whittle him down since there’s nothing he can do to kill you. Pluto B does cost 3 SP each though, so make sure you are bringing SP recovery medals!
An alternative method to Pluto B is Triple Threat. Paralyze/Sleep/Poison on your friend medal (especially if it has Extra Attack) can really save your butt. Actually, Pluto B with Extra Attack and Triple Threat is the absolute best share medal for this mission, so if you run out of SP you can just tap and pray for TT to activate. Alternatively, Pluto B with Second Chance for the elk.
When you finish Mission 13 you get the title: No. V As for traits, you’re aiming for Str+1000 (generally good) or Aerial Def -60% (situationally better). Aerial over Ground because a lot of Speed enemies are flying type, specifically the Black Copter Fleet.