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Kanoka 12-13-2012 07:15 PM

An informative Video on Spicy dragon... and his trials~
 
lotta people been asking about how I get past either the
8 Statues or 5x5 puzzles,
So I made a video (so I don't have to explain it every time :py43:)

http://i373.photobucket.com/albums/o...enshot0108.jpg

There are annotation boxes during the video you can click to skip to certain parts of the video :3

Main parts:
-memory test (See description for a picture)
-Slide puzzle (How to solve 'em)
-The kill (pretty much I Kill Spicy in 15 seconds [excludes buff casting time])

Heres a picture of the projector transparency taped to my screen. (what I did for the memory tests)
http://i373.photobucket.com/albums/o...-13-144721.jpg

Hope this helps :py55:


Mazuiko 12-13-2012 08:15 PM

This is really helpful! I'm still not sure on the slide puzzles though... I don't think I'll ever figure those out no matter how much I watch videos of them. x.x

Still very helpful though~ c:

Kanoka 12-13-2012 08:55 PM

There was a part I wanted to add to the puzzle solving, but my free video editors would let me do video overlays ;-;

pretty much it was on HOW to get a row done, so you could easily follow my chart on beating slide puzzles.

[] = empty slot

pretty much to do a row (or column) you prepare it like this:

desired result:
ABCDE
? ? ? ? []

Start:
? ? ? ? ?
? ? ? ?[ ]

First line up like this:
?ABCD
? ? ? ?[ ]

Get the last piece of row
under/next to desired slot:
?ABCD
? ? ?[]E

Then get the empty space to the
where the ? was:
[]ABCD
? ? ? ? E

Shift ABCD into their proper places~
ABCD[]
? ? ? ? E

Shift E into its place :3
ABCDE
? ? ? ?[]

Done! :py62: (you can look at this in a mirror (or something like that) to if you need help with columns)

TinyLegs 12-14-2012 05:21 AM

AAh woah :O!
I really liked the video, very goodwork:py44:

Nebula 01-05-2013 10:43 PM

Very helpful Kano, thanks :D

Here is my technique for solving them.

You can do a simliar thing for 3x3s. It is just practise.

http://i.imgur.com/1b1zO.png


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