undefinedmike

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  1. I maxed out stats for Killia(main protagonist), Usalia(base game main character), a Sage (base game generic character), Metallia(DLC. Probably best mage in the entire game), and Desco(DLC character I picked because I thought her character was precious). I had support characters that reach max level, but not max stats, i.e. another sage, Christo(base game main character that has a passive accuracy buff) pleinar(DLC character with an amazing movement passive) and a bunch of basic characters that had unique skill that boosted attack(angel song I think), then I had a bunch if super basic level 10 archers for combo count(you'll understand it later). So all in all, I did rather little in the post game and the last level was a bit of a struggle and I managed with some finesse. The sites I used were: https://www.gamerguides.com/disgaea-5-alliance-of-vengeance/guide/extras/trophies/trophy-guide-3- https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/disgaea-5-alliance-of-vengeance/279674-disgaea-5-alliance-vengeance-trophy-guide-road-map.html these 2 give a good description in the trophies https://www.reddit.com/r/Disgaea/comments/3pyfpy/disgaea_5_platinum_guide_and_roadmap/?utm_source=amp&utm_medium=&utm_content=post_body This is good pre and post game guidelines I also used the game faqs guide which is rather dense, so check that out too. Let me know how it goes! I'm happy to go into further detail when the time comes, good luck!
  2. Proud of you man, haha the complete is well worth it. I went through and tried making a 20 man squad and got super lazy after maxing my 5 character hahaha. I'll get you the info shortly
  3. I started the game with no DLC and my intent was to continue along with that route, but there was a PSN sale that had the season pass for like 7 dollars so I did that. I'm sure it's possible with just base characters. I actually only maxed out 5 characters and just had several utility characters to help. I beat the game and a little bit of the post game with base characters. I used tips and trick guides on things I wasn't really sure about more than guides, i.e. innocent farming, stat maxing, subclass maxing. The game is brief with explanation, but since this was my first disgaea game a lot of the mechanics were complex for me until I found a detailed guide on how to play the game properly. I can go back and find what sites I used if you're interested and let you know which DLC characters I used.
  4. I recently platinumed it, and as my first disgaea game ever I can say it's not that bad, especially if you did hollow fragment. As with any japanese RPG it can be very grindy, but as long as you have the proper understanding and guidance for the endgame you'll be fine.
  5. I finished my playthrough a few months ago and I was very meticulous about this challenge because I read some stuff on it. I did some searching for some of the exotics early on using a map and noticed that some of the exotic plants did not appear in the spot mapped. I think the game keeps at least one of the plants hidden or locked in case you happen to "harvest" them all prematurely. The one's that didn't show up for me eventually appeared during the exotics questline. So I would suggest pulling out a map of known locations and scavenger hunt all the spots, unless you've done that already to no avail, in that case I'm sorry This game was a juggernaut in terms of platinum requirements, I dedicated about 6 weeks straight to it. Had excel spread sheets and all that. it was intense. Took me a while to recover. Hahaha. I think the online was the least entertaining portion.
  6. Yes, it's pretty much sword skill combos, you have to progress through certain skill trees to unlock the ability to hit higher combos, I remember I couldn't hit 10 consecutive skill combos until i grinded out several weapon trees. Fortunately, the window to chain is much more generous than it was in Hollow Fragment.
  7. It was Ann for me at first(maybe because she was the first I encountered, and let's face it her outfit is sexy), but after about half way through Makoto made a big jump forward. Something about her character and personality just made her stand out enormously from everyone else. Also, I like her battle victory celebration. This may have also been why. 😂
  8. I'll go with Nene =D
  9. I'd love to join, but i've already finished it. Does that exclude me? Great game btw, somewhat of a learning curve with a sudden difficulty spike towards the middle of the game.
  10. My first game crash occurred after about 50 hours. it was a story mission where I had to battle a guy on the bridge(it was an event) but as I hit the bridge a normal random encounter happened at the exact time so it crashed at the pre battle screen where they just shoot bullet holes into the screen. The main difference was that it was like...20 shots instead of 5(?) and the screen stay froze, but I could hear myself in the battle screen. A simple reset fixed it, I thought it was more funny than annoying.
  11. Grindy unlocking all the stuff, difficulty can depend on if you have some others to play with for the realistic and the difficulty under that(I forgot what it was called) campaigns. Me and one other guy just went through it all just fine, the only one that we struggled with was I think mission 7 where you need to deploy spikes into the ground in the middle of a wild firefight. We just got my other friend and it helped a lot. Also that simulator thing sucked because you can't die.
  12. Honestly, a lot. I purchased about 8-10 from the infirmary, all rank 2 or rank 4 weapons. After counting, I have only 6 scout/engineer rifles, 20 machine guns, 14 lances, 13 snipers, 9 mortars. By post game I had all the scout and mortar weapons. I was missing 2 lances(rank 2 and 4, but those these seem to be the same as rank 1 and 3 lances), 3 snipers(rank 1, 3, 5) and 2 machine guns (rank 2 and 5). Seems like what you get at the end of missions is random, but completing other objectives like I did nets you more weapons too. I played the entire game aggressively, only ever got B rank twice, people died once in a while but enemies never completed killed them off. I'm pretty sure most maps I didn't kill all command units or tanks just because getting A rank doesn't really allow that sort of play.
  13. I just 100% the game about an hour ago. Up until the last challenge skirmish I didn't have rank 5 weapons available in the infirmary. Everything was maxed though (characters, weapon/armor upgrades, tank and ship, etc.) and everyone was max level. I only needed the rank 5 sniper and machine gun. I went back and replayed 15a. First time I did it I just killed the Vulcan with no deaths or downs. This time around I beat the Vulcan, but also destroyed all tanks and enemy command units. At the results screen I got the 2 guns I needed(what luck) and rank 5 weapons unlocked for purchase in the infirmary. Apparently beating story mission levels with certain criteria is key. Use the trophy guide on here to see which levels can drop you what and just beat it difference than you did last time, i,e. A-rank, kill all tanks, kill all command units, no deaths, and so forth. Good luck!
  14. I have yet to find any, but I'm half way through the story. It's safe to say that as long as you aren't trying to kill everything and you strategically and aggressively move through each level you'll get the A. The only map I got a B on so far was 4-1. If you're interested I can try making videos, but they'll be unedited and involved a lot of save scumming. =P
  15. Beautiful! Much appreciated!