You need to have lower (<80) Mind and Self, you can’t have recruited every possible team member (or Friendship under 50), and in addition, there’s a secret variable that measures how “unheroic” you act. This can include minor, very excusable acts (like stealing the memory stick) to more actively cruel stuff (like trying to actually hurt your opponents at the tournament). This secret stat needs to be pretty high to get the explosion.
Then choose either “I’m not sacrificing my power for anyone.” (or just refuse to sacrifice yourself).
I’ve got these stats and tried to choose all the evil actions and still I don’t have the choice to let the bomb go off, do I have to less or more than 50 power of friendship and less or more self and mind of 80, I’m unsure why it’s not working.
I’m not sure about the exact stats I just no I had really low stats with my team below 50, and I’m not sure is it the kurtesh bomb or the previous bomb before because the only option was to disarm the bomb or panic.
Okay, that sounds like the earlier (fake) bomb. The real bomb is right at the end, after the final showdown against Kurtesh/Ultimator/Sammy.
I might need to go through the code to check exactly what stats you need (and that could take a while, sorry… )
EDIT: @Impr: Okay, so you need: Self over 50 but under 80; Friendship over 30 (between 45 and 50 is best); Mind under 80; at least one missing teammate. Unfortunately, I think I misread the code last time, and you do need at least one teammate with a relationship over 50… Sorry. (The problem is that you need reasonably good stats to avoid the mind control, but not too good, otherwise you can defuse the bomb… )
Just remember to not obey when you’re being mind controlled, and choose not to sacrifice your power, and that should get you to the right place.
There are definitely options to stand up to Lani, although maybe not at every interaction. I should note that she’s far angrier if you don’t take her seriously and laugh at her than she is if you just stand up to her.
As for superspeed, that sadly isn’t an option, no.
Men are physically stronger than women(martial arts doesn’t change that) MMA teaches us how to defend ourselves not turn women into android 18 or something and yet somehow Kay is whooping all the men in the game which is very unrealistic…(I’m guessing this comment is also gonna get taken down)
The average man may be stronger than the average woman, and the strongest man is probably stronger than the strongest woman, but there’s no reason an exceptional woman couldn’t be stronger than any man she’s ever met, or better at martial arts to boot. Kay definitely seems to be such a woman, so I don’t see that it’s so unrealistic.
Also, the game has an anime theme. Protagonists who win lots of fights are par for the course, really.
Too be honest that would be a lot of hard work since there are several different endings, lots of characters to befriend or kill. Plus I don’t think anyone can stop a teenager with godlike powers and pretty much unbeatable.
It would be cool if there is a sequel but the author is busy with another wip right now and hasn’t got any idea’s how to do it.