Godspeed, Slow. May the Anti-Bullshit force be with you.
Dude. I just finished the Master Quest map today. I'll be starting the TP map tomorrow on stream. I decided to go do TP before Termina for OCD's sake. glhf to the two of us.
Eh, it's not that bad if you're at a proper level (that being 110+ or so). You just have to be extra careful, and juggling is your friend. If you need to grind, find one of the divisive missions, use EXP+ and the EXP potion, and kill all 8-12 characters in FS with the EXP bonus.
Aside from Link, I'm nowhere near 110. That's the problem. Heck, I've left some A ranks, heart pieces and damage-restricted Skulltulas on the table in the MM map already.
This is why I don't consider the rupee glitch cheating, because you can use it merely to expediate grinding, which is almost required in this game even if you do it in the order of increasing difficulty. It wouldn't be so bad if there weren't 16 essential characters to level, each gaining approximately 40 levels per hour with the next-fastest method. It's possible to use the glitch reasonably just to make that process faster.
Someone was able to gain 100-ish levels in an hour with the Ganondorf divisive plan mission by making an experience potion, then dying when he was almost done so the potion would last longer.
I don't believe that. I've done the same method, and it's only slightly faster than MQ H-1. You only gain 2-3 levels per iteration, and each iteration is about 3 minutes.
It's not a blind claim, either.http://www.twitch.tv/jamesborg99/c/629161791 levels in 75 minutes is still much faster than what you're saying.
Well either way, the glitch is by far the fastest method, clocking in at an average of about 120 levels per hour. All I'm saying is that if you have to grind, that's the way to do it.
יברכך יהוה וישמרךיאר יהוה פניו אליך ויחנךישא יהוה פניו אליך וישם לך שלום