xLAKITUx

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  1. 666K strums left. All other trophies acquired. The hand mixer thing might have to do lol
  2. Character No6 in the encyclopedia is Kyokichi Umeda. He only appears after you have upgraded your custom clubs 10 times with Daikichi in your home area. Once you do this, he will tell you that his brother (Kyokichi) can upgrade your custom club one last time. He appears on the beach. Sometimes he's not there, but there is a phone that you can call him.
  3. It doesn't appear that anyone really cares, but my reroll has been much better thus far! 7 out of 11 upgrades complete and I am already up above my maxed out first attempt. P. Level 15 [ 2 - 3 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 2 ] At the very least, if the remainder of my rolls all yield +1 to power, I'll still end up with a power level of 19, which should be completely good to get the Condor/Albatross shots. Now -- Let's say my next two rolls for power get me up to 19 or 20... Do I spend the last upgrades on trying to max out power or do I dump some into control? Update -- Sunday, Mar 18th Final level after 11 upgrades is 25! 20 in power and 5 in control. Quite happy with this one, and much happier with my first roll of 14!
  4. So I am beefing up my first custom club to get the albatross and condor trophy requirements, and I think I may have had one of the worst rolls. P. Level 14 [ 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 1 ] That gives me a whopping max drive distance of about 346 yards (with a power shot) The Absolute Finesse trophy guide notes recommends a power level of 20, hitting between 354 and 358 yards of power to nail the Condor. (Sigh) - Time to reroll and start running around the open courses for gems...
  5. That is a tough one - Some of those bonus stages can be a real pain - And since you can't JUST replay the bonus stages, it is annoying to have to play through the easy first part of the stage just to fail on a mistimed jump over a campfire.