Evade the Bombs This training equipment has your Digimon avoid bombs thrown at them so they don't get caught in the explosive. This training equipment is the spinning sphere with the icons on it where you have to play a matching game with get the right icon in the center when you stop to match the icon above the sphere. Trust me, this helps a lot! There's what appears to be a 5 to 10% chance that you'll get double meat, and you can keep reloading until you get it. Well each his own, i find it better since it's closer to Jijimon's house to rest the digimon. This training raises both Defense by +++ and Brain by +.
If you only get a single serving, reload and try again. All I can say is count in seconds like this, 1001, 1002, 1003, etc. Well each his own, i find it better since it's closer to Jijimon's house to rest the digimon. Also taking them to the toilet helps too, and this will make your Digimon live longer than if you neglect them, getting them sick or tired, or fail their training. Though there could be a cap limit to how much you can extend, just give them a little of these life-extending food and you'll keep your Digimon around much longer! And it still will last 14-15 days at most.
This is one easy regardless. High-Tier Bonus Training version: The dice moves and spins around faster than before to make it harder to memorizes the placement of numbers and bombs. Just a simple trick to remember and it will make it easier to figure this training out, simply start at the bottom of the ladder and find the path to the finish without bombs and follow the lines back up to the correct starting point of the ladder and pick that. If you're not happy with the Digimon your Digimon digivolved into go back to a previous save file with the improved stats and change it, but if it's still not giving you what you want go back to what you originally had for your Digimon and start again. High-Tier Bonus Training version: Hardly anything changes, but I think the lines are placed more trickier or the time is a little less now. Soon you'll have a maxed out Mega-Level Digimon you can proudly stomp in the Arena and Story with. Togemon's Gym will not have the upgraded features.
Kinda sucks you cannot extend the Digimon's lifespan yet, I don't know if anyone's found a method to that. This training raises both Attack by +++ and Speed by +. All I can say else is practice and get the timing right. Also remember the color spot on the third bomb always helps a bit. I'm not sure how much of a difference there is between the two, but the Battle Tower's Gym with the toilet makes it the ideal training spot for the long run because you don't have to go very far to the bathroom and lose precious training time with your Digimon.
And it still will last 14-15 days at most. Pulverize the Log I can't really say on this one, it's kinda easy on the Mid-Tier Bonus but the High-Tier Bonus is trickier. Guard the Punch This training equipment is a giant boxing glove design to pop out and strike your Digimon where your Digimon has to time when the glove hits them to block the attack with a well-timed button input. High-Tier Bonus Training version: Hardly anything changes, but the chances of the punching glove to striker earlier is a little higher than before. . But wary of this and time it before the icon you want, and sometimes a little luck helps I can't count the times I accidentally press the circle too soon or late and somehow manage to get the right icon on that training. Kinda sucks you cannot extend the Digimon's lifespan yet, I don't know if anyone's found a method to that.
It's more of an illusion it last fewer because you're wasting more in-game hours with the failed trainings. Gonna test later if getting it tired and keep training it or waiting too long like that actually affects life span or something else. Can't tell, it's about the same as the normal and Mid-Tier Bonus Training. Just be wary that there's a time limit so make it quick, but follow the lines carefully. It's more of an illusion it last fewer because you're wasting more in-game hours with the failed trainings. Don't want to jump right into the bomb's path, I've done that a few times but I dodge all of them roughly 70% of the time if I pay attention enough.
First off, let's talk about the Training Equipment and what they do, and a small detail about the High-Tier Bonus Training you get from the Field Training Equipment and Rosemon's Upgraded Training Gym. Well each his own, i find it better since it's closer to Jijimon's house to rest the digimon. It's more of an illusion it last fewer because you're wasting more in-game hours with the failed trainings. Pulverize the Log This training equipment is a long where you have to time your button input press to hit inside the red zone of the gauge where you Digimon destroys the log. Always you can go to Option 1 to 3 by pressing left so this save time when you spot the right dice on Option 3 and don't look like you have enough time to get it with two presses right. I hope this helps everyone greatly, especially with the Bonus Training. High-Tier Bonus Training version: Instead of 1 bomb being thrown at you until the 4th wave which starts with 2 bombs, you start and finish with 2 bombs thrown at you at once.
High-Tier Bonus Training version: The sphere or wheel of icons move faster than before. And it still will last 14-15 days at most. Just keep these tips and tricks in mind and you'll be fine! Don't overwork them, if your Digimon has the Tiredness icon above their head their Happiness goes down and their lifespan shortens a bit. Now for other tips to raise your Digimon, preventing them to shorten their lifespan, and get the best stat growth as quickly as possible. You'll lose a few minutes of your Digimon's lifespan over possible hours or days on their lifespan.
Evade the Bombs This one could be problematic if you don't time it right or see the bombs' paths correctly, but here's a sneaky trick and tip. . . . . . .
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