Community College Hero 2: Knowledge is Power

Yes, your relationship will take a hit.

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Avert your eyes people, I have tried writing a bit of fanfic:

Constant dripping wears away…

Dealing with what I think happened with Hedy in the interim between CCH1 and CCH2.
WARNING:
Contains alcohol, mentions on dubious consent, swearing, and spoilers for CCH2.

It’s probably amazingly OOC, and contains a number of painful puns.

And again, this is fanfic, aka just my take on stuff, nothing canonical.

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I finished the game and I remember asking dirty girl to talk to the looters, what was the bug? If there was one I didn’t notice.

Hey guys so I want to have a bit of fun with the game and see if i can create a sort of god character with all attributes maxed out and all. Problem is I tried to edit the game’s values with apkeditor and I messed up the game. Tried with gameguardian and it just flat out didn’t work. So can you guys help me out, I’m kinda stuck here.

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Uninstall, get the game again, play proper?

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That’s a question for the modding/editing thread–I think there are a few, but this one seems to be the most popular

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Note: Imagining Downfall and Hedy banter and bicker is more fun than it should be. Why?

As is imagining a bromance relationship between Cap California and Hedy :wink:

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Polyamorous ship between the three?

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Ha! I’d think Downfall and Cap Cali won’t be that enthused about having each other around. And poor Hedy is in the middle…

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Sidenote: who was it that said Downfall’s name’s Sharona? O_o

“By Hook or by Crook” has been delivered to my Booksmart and higher Patrons, and I’ll make it available via my email group in about a week or so! There’s still plenty of time to sign up.

And I want to give a shout out to @defenestratin, aka Adrienne Valdes, artist extraordinaire! She is awesome to work with, and somehow manages to take my juvenile sketches and make them 100 times better. Check out her latest work, the cover of “By Hook or by Crook.”

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Oh and here’s her portfolio! Look at all the pretty stuff! https://vandaldinesere.carbonmade.com/

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:scream: @defenestratin That cover is gorgeous!

@Eric_Moser I’ve been trying to subscribe to your reader group for the past couple days and the recaptcha keeps giving me errors. I thought it was just my wifi connection since I’ve been having issues with it but then I tried on my phone using data and I still got the error message so I’m thinking it might be something else. :cry: Wondering if anyone else has been having issues with it too?

This is the error message I'm getting, if anyone's curious

19%20PM

I have no idea what that error message means! And my mailing list is working fine; three more people were added yesterday. Hmm…

My only suggestion is that you give me your email and I add you manually. You can PM it to me if you’d like.

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That’s weird D:

But yeah, I’ll PM you my email, thanks so much ;w;

@MeltingPenguins now that is something I have to check :stuck_out_tongue:

@defenestratin your art is so lovely <3

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Question, I romanced Dirty Girl in the first game and finished with about a 25 relationship with her… now I just started the second, but looking at the relationship tab I see my rating with her is only at 50 percent, while with Mob who I only had a 15 relationship with in the first game is at 75 percent.

Is there a reason or is that a glitch?

There are three different levels at the beginning of part 2: 25 (cold), 50 (neutral) and 75 (warm). Those are based on your scores of part one, and vary depending on the character.

For example, getting a 16 with Mob is a pretty nice score, meaning you have a good relationship with him.
25 for DG is pretty average. I think you need 40 to get 75 at the beginning of part 2. So you need to take the CP name and accept to take drugs with her.

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Your question is exactly the reason I converted relationships from raw scores to percentiles for CCH2.

In CCH1, relationships were raw scores. Like you would start at 5 with everyone, or something like that, and then your score would go up or down. If you agreed with someone, it might +1. If you made someone really mad, it might go -3. So that means that if there are more interactions with some characters (DG, Crook), than others (Stunner, Stoic), the player has no idea what a “good” or “bad” score is with different characters.

Now they are are all percentiles. Comparing them is easy. Yes, a 75% is always better than a 50%. Whereas before, a 25 with DG might actually be a weaker relationship than a 17 with Crook.

Make sense?

I would really really really suggest people use fairmath percentiles for relationships to avoid this issue in the first place.

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