Toushin Toshi -GD-

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#1 by warfoki
2013-05-25 at 19:18
< report >There were quite a few releases yesterday, thus this English translation never really hit the main page, so I thought I'd give people who otherwise might have missed the existence of this patch a heads up.

Below you can find some general hints for the game. This makes the hints section in #3 obsolete. If there is a contradiction between the two posts, this one holds the correct information.

1. If you want to get rid of grinding, do the following:
a) Camp, go to Options, Access Settings and choose no.
b) Repeat until Map Settings show up in the menu, then repeat ONCE again. (not more, just once).
c) Go here on floor 1: link
d) Turn to the left and press enter.
Now you have the happiness ring which gives a 10x modifier on gold and XP gained after defeating enemies. I'd recommend taking this ring only once you've won the tournament, before taking on the boss of the town. If you use it earlier, the gameplay will become boring very fast, since you"ll simply overwhelm the enemies.

2. Most often used items:
Seirogan (and its later versions) = Healing potion
Ryukakusan = Vitality potion (every move in the battle cost vitality, if you're running low, then you can either rest or use one of these potions)
Return Wood - Immediately returns you to town from the dungeon. Always carry around one at least.
Also, all of these are dirty cheap, so don't be a fool to enter any battles without them.

3. The game doesn't remember what you've discovered once you leave a map, so if you re-enter the same level, everything will be shrouded in blackness again.

4. The game does remembers what have you interacted with though, so for example opening the same chest for the second time won't yield any loot, don't waste your time.

5. There are times when interacting with something/somebody in the dungeon multiple times isn't pointless though. For example after buying Keori's "services", she'll disappear. Once you re-enter the level, she'll reappear and buying her again will cost more, but also yields a different scene. (Three times, after that, it just repeats the last one.)

6. If you are in the dungeon, left click will interact with things, or if there's nothing to interact with, then you can search for enemies this way. This is important, if you want to grind, because I've noticed that after a certain amount of random encounters the monsters will stop attacking you, until you leave the floor and re-enter.

7. Right click on the other hand calls up the camp menu (you can access the same menu in the town by choosing "Move" then "Camp"). Things are pretty straightforward here, so I only point out the important things.
a) To level up go to the Call menu and choose Laseria (in fact, that's the only option under this menu, so I don't get why do we have another sub-menu here). You have separate levels for as a Mage and as a Warrior. The XP gain from enemies goes to the branch you've used to deal the killing blow. Also, levelling up heals you completely, so you can use them to stay on your feet.
b) Your character automatically equips the best armor and shield he has and discards the old one. However, you have to equip your sword manually! You can do that here as well.
c) Choose "Use" to eat stat increasing stuff or to use return wood.
d) You can have up to 3 swords with you at a time. So if you want to pick up/buy a new one, throw away one of the old ones. You can also use the throw away option to release the caught monster girl, if you only caught her to get the CG and don't want to sell her.

8. Enemies you should run away from instead of fighting:
a) Goat-san: She can randomly summon a dragon knight. Now, when you first encounter her on level four, you have neither lighting nor a dragon slayer sword, and those are the only things that can harm dragonkin. Also, you can't run away from dragon knights, so if she summons one, you're screwed. I'd suggest coming back to catch her once you have the equipment to deal with it.
b) Valkyrie: They are completely immune to any kind of magic, easily intercept physical attacks even with 60+ Accuracy and after two rounds of charging up, they do an instant kill move in the third round.

9. V3 and V5 bombs are dealing fix damage (3 and 5 respectively). They are completely useless, except for catching the last two monster girls (on floor 8 and 10). They are immune to physical attacks, so you can't take down their HP to 1 with Mercy Attacks. That's what these bombs are for, so collect a bunch of them.

10. There are three magic mirrors in the game you can piece together from 6 shards for CGs and rewards:
a) The pieces of the first one can be found on floor 2-3 in treasure chests looted from random encounters. Reward: 2 000 XP for your chosen class (well, technically, practically chances are that you won't have a mage class as of yet).
b) The pieces of the second one can be found on floor 6-7 in treasure chests looted from random encounters. Reward: 3 000 XP for your chosen class.
c) The pieces of the third one can be found on floor 8 in treasure chests scattered on the map. Reward: Fire Laser spell.

11. Floor 8 and 10 are optional.
a) Floor 8 has the Fire Laser spell, which is the strongest spell in the game and will end the battle with Alexander Toushin in one hit. So I recommend getting it after you're through with the arena.
b) Floor 10 has several upgrades, that will strengthen the equipment you're wearing permanently. In a part of the game, you'll loose your equipment, so come back for these after that happens.

12. As long as you're doing the the tournament, death does not result in a game over. You're going to to revive in the INN and loose all unspent XP. However, during and after the final of the tournament, death = game over.

13. Bugs:
a) On floor 3, right above the guard mage, who asks for a Sorcery Card before letting you through, there is a building. That is a magic shop. If you enter here before you would have learned how to use magic, you'll stuck here permanently and will have to load back.
b) On floor 6 there is a Hanny standing behind a corner. Avoid it or the game will enter into an infinite loop of narration and you'll have to load back.

14. The Evil stat increases the amount of XP you need to level up. So selling monster girls into slavery by the truckload isn't really worth it. The only thing Evil is good for, is if you want to get all the H scenes. If you are in the mansion, choose look, then surroundings. This will discover a new area, namely the storage. There you can find a maid, that you can harass sexually, if you have 11 or above Evil points. You can decrease Evil to zero if you Give money to Keori on floor 1, without buying her.Last modified on 2013-05-28 at 20:21
#2 by abyssaleros
2013-05-25 at 19:20
< report >By the way did someone get a virus warning too with the other [link]download[/url]?
#3 by warfoki
2013-05-25 at 19:22
< report >Nope, came down without a hitch. Did you get a warning from loading the mediafire page or from the download itself?
#4 by surferdude
2013-05-25 at 20:16
< report >^ Thanks for the heads-up, this one totally went under my radar.
#5 by gerardlonewolf
2013-05-25 at 20:18
< report >No virus warning for me.
#6 by abyssaleros
2013-05-25 at 21:10
< report >#3 From the Mediafire page. Sorry for the late response, was out for a while.
#7 by warfoki
2013-05-25 at 21:18
< report >So, after playing a while, here's a few basic hints:

1. Capture monster girls (they are obvious to notice, but if you're not sure there's always a Mercy Attack option when you fight them, that'll only deal 1 damage). You can do this by chipping away their HP until it reaches 1. This gives you a HCG, but more importantly, you can sell them at town for quite a good price.
Edit: This increases your Evil stat though. I don't know what that does (probably decides the ending), but you can reduce it to zero by giving Keori money, instead of buying her.

2. Don't apply at the Colosseum once you got your Hero's Crest. It will set up a timer, and you will have your match in 4 days and the first enemy will be the dude, who beat you to a pulp at the beginning. And I guess later opponents won't be any weaker either, so go around and explore the Trial Dungeon instead. It's much simpler if you don't have to bother with time limits.

3. The game doesn't remember what you've discovered once you leave a map, so if you re-enter the same level, everything will be shrouded in blackness again.

4. The game does remembers what have you interacted with though, so for example opening the same chest for the second time won't yield any loot, don't waste your time.

5. There are times when interacting with something/somebody in the dungeon multiple times isn't pointless though. For example after buying Keori's "services", she'll disappear. Once you re-enter the level, she'll reappear and buying her again will cost more, but also yields a different scene. (Three times, after that, it just repeats the last one.)

6. Your character doesn't level up automatically. For that, go back to town (or just do a right click anywhere in the dungeon), Camp, go to the Call menu and choose Laseria. Levelling up also heals you completely, so earlier you can use level ups wisely and you can avoid sleeping in the inn for a long while (this only matters if you entered the tournament early on and need time).

7. Most often used items:
Seirogan = Healing potion
Ryukakusan = Vitality potion (every move in the battle cost vitality, if you're running low, then you can either rest or use one of these potions)
Return Wood - Immediately returns you to town from the dungeon. Always carry around one at least.
Also, all of these are dirty cheap, so don't be a fool to enter any battle without them.

8. Left click anywhere when you are in the dungeon and the game will offer you the option to search for monsters. This makes grinding much easier, since you don't have to circle around, waiting for random encounters.

@Abyssaleros:
That happens once in a while. Happened with me too once. Block ads, that usually solves it. Or just retry. The file itself is safe.

Also, I'd like to ask some help from anyone who have played this already. On the second level there is supposed to be a capturable monster girl called Chapu Chapu (ちゃぷちゃぷ ) appearing only on bridges. Now, I've been searching monsters on the bridges of the level for around two hours now and yet to met a single one. Does this have some kind of a trick. Or am I just this unlucky?Last modified on 2013-05-26 at 20:25
#8 by encrypted12345
2013-05-27 at 19:01
< report >^1. Evil stat doesn't affect anything. Don't worry about it.

2. Not really an issue since you don't have to grind a lot to beat Dogi. Level 5 should suffice. The other bosses in the tournament don't need grinding either though the random encounters and some late in-dungeon bosses do.

6. Laseria can be called while in a dungeon. Just right click and call.

7. Seirogan starts becoming obsolete at some point though by that time, an upgraded version is buyable at an in dungeon store. Return Wood is an absolute must since other wise, you will have to walk all the way back to the first floor before you can exit.

As for Chapu Chapu, I would imagine that they were rare. Try looking in the shoals instead.

Also, at some point in the game, you'll meet Dragon enemies which can only be fought by the Dragon Slayer or the lightning magic buyable at Floor 7. The boss of that floor will be much easier with the lightning magic if you buy some Fruit of Knowledge from the weapons shop since the Dragon Slayer is pretty weak and uses up a lot of Vitality.

In any case, I thought the ending was pretty entertaining. I honestly doubt anyone who plays this game will see it coming.Last modified on 2013-05-27 at 19:15
#9 by warfoki
2013-05-27 at 19:13
< report >@Encrypted12345

1. It does. The more evil points you have, the more XP will you need to level up. On the other hand, if you don't have enough Evil ponts, you can't get the rape-scene with the maid in the mansion once you've won the tournament.

2. Yeah, I did realise those by now. I'll revamp the hints in my previous post once I'm done with the game.

6. Um, yeah, but I've already mentioned that...

7. True, but Seirogan (and later seirogan 2) is still usable between battles to heal.

Chapu chapu: Rare doesn't even start to describe it. I've done 2 hours on grinding on bridges, one in the water and nothing. Also, it has to be the bridges. Every Japanese site I've found said bridges.

Fruit of Knowledge has nothing to do with magic damage. Knowledge is only good for opening chests. Magic damage is modified by your magic level only.Last modified on 2013-05-27 at 22:09
#10 by kaku
2013-05-27 at 21:25
< report >Can anyone tell me how to fix the bridge at Floor 2?
#11 by warfoki
2013-05-27 at 21:31
< report >@Kaku:
Defeat Dogi first. Then return to Floor 2 and Poe will move a few steps away from the previous position and if you talk to him twice (or just once, can't remember), he'll point out that there's a wheel that you can reach by going through the water. A few steps from him you can indeed enter the water and the only possible route from there takes you to the wheel. If you've done that and the bridge is still down, then you've turned it the wrong direction or turned more than once, go back and try again.
#12 by kaku
2013-05-27 at 21:52
< report >@warfoki:
So I need to proceed with the tournament first before I could advance any further in the dungeon. Hrm, I see. Thanks. :D
#13 by tkn
2013-05-28 at 02:37
< report >I give up, Kumiko isn't anywhere on the 5th floor and the game won't let me save until I find her, so annoying.
#14 by encrypted12345
2013-05-28 at 03:52
< report >Go to the right most area then head down.

You should see three hallways with a couple of gaps in the middle. If you head through the wrong one, a trap will be triggered. The proper order is middle, left, left.
#15 by warfoki
2013-05-28 at 17:59
< report >Hints section revamped and added to the OP.
#16 by awanichi
2013-05-29 at 09:27
< report >Can anyone provide me with some help?

Im stuck at the 6th floor right after defeating the ninja, she gave me the secret card which can be used to gain access to the 7th floor,

The problem is.. how can i pass this stupid abis?
#17 by warfoki
2013-05-29 at 10:08
< report >link
Approach point L from north. There is a sliding plate there. If you go from south, it will throw you right into the abyss to the north. However, approach it from north, and it will throw you over the pit to the south and you'll land in front of the door requesting the secret key.
#18 by awanichi
2013-05-29 at 10:40
< report >Sweet~
Thanks dude for the clue
#19 by xcyt
2013-06-26 at 01:52
< report >warfoki said:
1. If you want to get rid of grinding, do the following:
a) Camp, go to Options, Access Settings and choose no.
b) Repeat until Map Settings show up in the menu, then repeat ONCE again. (not more, just once).
c) Go here on floor 1: link
d) Turn to the left and press enter.
Now you have the happiness ring which gives a 10x modifier on gold and XP gained after defeating enemies. I'd recommend taking this ring only once you've won the tournament, before taking on the boss of the town. If you use it earlier, the gameplay will become boring very fast, since you"ll simply overwhelm the enemies.

Note that this only worked (for me anyway), when I followed these steps while *already* in the dungeon and at the spot linked to in the image. After right-clicking to access the Camp menu, and then following the above steps, I was finally able to get the Happiness Ring.Last modified on 2013-06-26 at 01:54
#20 by xcyt
2013-07-05 at 11:23
< report >Another tip:

You can only hold one monster girl at a time; if you’re currently holding one, the 'Capture' option won’t appear in battle even if you’ve brought a monster girl down to 1 HP. It’s a good idea to sell/release any monster girl you’re holding ASAP if you don’t want to miss out on any chances of snagging one that emerge.
#21 by magicalgirlj
2013-10-07 at 15:55
< report >Does anyone know how to save the game, I press save and nothing happens
#22 by surferdude
2013-10-08 at 00:13
< report >Press harder. :P
#23 by gerardlonewolf
2013-10-08 at 05:50
< report >Like, real hard.
#24 by gabezhul
2013-10-08 at 06:17
< report >Kids, don't bully the "newcomer". He has actually been around longer than you two combined, so I give the benefit of the doubt about this being an actual issue. If you have nothing of value to say, don't say anything.
#25 by gerardlonewolf
2013-10-08 at 07:10
< report >
If you have nothing of value to say, don't say anything.
I got multiple replies in one VNDB thread calling me "little tsundere girl, little fanboy, etc.", so this is hardly something. :P

To be fair, it might be an actual issue because Toushin save function is weird IIRC. I can't remember how it exactly work though so I'll give an answer in a couple of minutes.

Edit: Well, turn out it is not exactly an issue. When you save in one of the slot numbers, even if nothing seems to happens, it actually saved your game. Try load the slot number in the start screen.Last modified on 2013-10-08 at 08:09