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  Oh_Snap

Aeroza is pretty good to try and get first part of 3rd monsters mob fight.

https://clips.twitch.tv/OilyAmazonianIguanaRedCoat

 
  RioPeace

Found a huge timesave for ROTS

35 strength hits a breakpoint where you suddenly deal way more damage
this video had 36 but I later confirmed that 35 does the same damage.
I tested up to 41 strength but it dealt the same damage as 35.

Hitting 35 strength can be hit in various ways, idk which way is fastest yet.
Using the Valor Ring and Laughter Pin from MINC, as well as the Slayer Earring from Arrendelle + food can hit 35 with Ever After, alternatively you can throw on the Happy Gear w/ different accessories.

This should save around a minute.

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  Oh_Snap

There is also a 3 strength buster ring right next to purple mech in dice area in TB

 
  RioPeace

yeah there are a ton of possibilities for hitting 35 strength, currently have no clue which is fastest.

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  Xelnas

we could grab an extra alonite in TT the one on the roof and use it later to upgrade happy gear or Fav Deputy once to get a bonus strength.

 
  Saiyanz

One stream
3 new Aerial strats I found enjoy

 
  stibbelrino

Well now we know that Areial is op in late game

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  Saiyanz

More strats from myself (mostly)

 
  Denhonator

Monstropolis boss Ralph (proud LV1, so works in any category):
Corona boss one shot with Ralph (beginner, but this setup is better in all categories):

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  Denhonator

Found out efficient, seemingly consistent and easy Stitch usage for Final Xehanort. Tested on proud LV1, I think on beginner some variation of this should make rage form skip easy.

On this video, I managed to rage form skip on proud LV1 using Ralph (not consistent or easy). The video also showcases a quicker usage of Stitch, which may or may not be enough to finish the boss on beginner.

 
  Denhonator

Using Ralph on Marshmallow (LV1 Proud) (2:54:10 in case timestamp fails)
As far as I know, he's open to be frozen by blocks after a pattern of swipe attacks, or always after a jump attack. That part needs more testing. Once you get him frozen, you want to enclose him with blocks in a way that the explosions don't push him out. Needs testing on beginner, I don't know the damage output there.

 

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