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MOOving On Up-A Guide to the Nefarious Tower

MOOving On Up-A Guide to the Nefarious Tower

Aug 25, 2014

Moo Manchu has returned with a vengeance! If you have completed all of Mooshu as well as all the Moo Manchu side quests, you will find a new quest from Lord Chagatai asking you to investigate a nefarious looking tower. This ten level tower is full of danger and will test your skills like never before. Bring friends as this tower is not meant to be taken on alone.     Special Notes All fights have the goal to Defeat All Enemies. All fights are epic battles, so you can choose your companions. With the exception of the Nefarious Five fight, you are allowed to bring two companions with you in each fight. Floor 1- Regular Fight The first floor is a normal fight. Just defeat all the enemies and be on your way. Enemies Floor 2- Spikes in the Floor The second floor is similar to the first floor, except that there is a larger amount of enemies, and there are spikes in the ground. Watch out for these spikes as they deal a good 200 damage. Try to bring ranged companions, as it can be tricky to avoid the spikes with melee. Letting the enemies approach you will also minimalize your contact with these spikes. Enemies Floor 3- Cursed Statues On the third floor, there is a catch. If any of the statues on the battleboard get broken during the fight, a Corrupted Foo Lion will appear in place of the statue. These enemies can be quite pesky, as they have Sneaky Sneaky, which will cause them to go hidden at times. I recommend unequipping your pet for this fight, as there is a chance that they will attack the statues. Take out the necromancers as soon as possible; their AoE attacks also have a chance of breaking the statues. Enemies Floor 4- Infinite Fire The fourth floor can be troublesome. When you start off the fight, you will notice Flames of Corruption in each of the 4 corners of the map. At the end of the enemy turn, these fires will spread to every empty space adjacent to them. The board can very quickly start to look like this: If there is a companion or...

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