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Crystal Project Cheats

Crystal Project

Cheat Codes:
Submitted by: David K.

Tips on Killing Dry Kids:
Written by Cartography Dee

* The Preemptive passive from Weaver will allow your team to go first
and prevent bad rng from when they use Sleep Aura or Reverse Polarity
(Alternatively Awake Rings can help by negating sleep).
* If you do not have the Weaver class, the most accessible option is
equipping a fast character with a Rondel Dagger from the Sequoia
Capital store, and starting the fight with Sleep Bomb (from the Rogue
class). This will allow your slower characters to move before the Dry
* Dry Kids are very evasive, so a physical team composition should have
the Eagle Eye (Fencer) passive on everyone. Alternatively, most magic
skills will never miss.
* The optimal team to farm in the endgame is Preemptive (Weaver), Eagle
Eye (Fencer), and one of either Initial Oomph (Reaper), Attack Focus
(Nomad), or Duel Ready (Fencer). With good weapons and levels, this
will let you just mash the confirm button and guarantee a kill within
4 actions before the enemy can move.
* Depending on your progress, you may have to adopt your own strategies,
and make use of other dps or disabling skills. Experiment and find out
what works best for you.
* There is a slightly longer version of the route where you start at the
Sky Arena save crystal and drop down to a pit containing two additional
Dry Kids. Personally, I didn’t find this route to be more time efficient

How to skip Jidamba Tangle:
Written by marbeltoast

Just getting this out of the way now, spoilers ahead, if you don’t want ’em,
now’s your final warning.

Cool? Alright, let’s talk crazy stuff.

1.Get you a Quintar
First things first, you need a Quintar. If you don’t have one, you’ll need to
beat the fancy Quintar in the second quintar cave at the top of the highest
mushroom, past the crystal. From there, take it’s eye to the crazy quintar guy
and he’ll give you a flute that lets you summon one whenever.

I put this in to illustrate how little of the game’s progression is fixed.
You need a quintar, but really, once you’ve got one, so much opens up.

2.Rent you a salmon
Once you’ve got your quintar mount, ride it along the salmon river until you
get to the salmon sprint shack at the end of the line. If you don’t know
where that is, go left out of the capital and ride your quintar across the
broken bridge (You need the extra distance to clear this and a later gap)
and enter the cave at the west of that area, travelling further west until
you’re out in salmon town.

You can avoid all the enemies if you’re careful, but if you have to fight
them they can be tricky, at least early game and on hard mode.

Once you’re at the shack, rent a salmon for 1 silver so you can participate
in the salmon sprint race minigame.

3.Steal you a violin
Once you’re in the salmon sprint, completely ignore where the salmon are
going and instead take a sharp right out of the wooden platform area. You’ll
need to swim some distance along the shoreline going northeast before you go
full east and deeper in the water. (z and x control up and down) The reason
you need to go along the shoreline quite a distance is because the water is
infested with strong sea beasts who will mess you up if they get a chance.
Go far out enough and you’ll just slip past them. It might take a couple of

Once you’ve cleared past them, you want to go due eastwhile scanning for
a cave opening on the seabed which is surrounded by kelp. If you’ve never
been before it’ll take you a couple of tries to find the place, so make
sure to save before you blow all your money on salmon rent.

Once you’ve found the kelp hole swim straight down into it. You’ll find
an underwater cave with a sign, a home point and a chest. Inside the chest
is the tool that lets you summon a salmon; the salmon violin.

Water, which was once your enemy, is now your greatest tool for travel.

You don’t have the Ibex yet.

4.Win you a cello
When the two minute clock runs out, you get shot back to the salmon sprint
sign in station. You want this, because now with your own salmon, you can
race for free AND you actually have a chance of winning, which you very much
want to do, because the first place prize is a Salmon Cello that summons an
even FASTER salmon mount. You’ll want this mount.

The race itself is pretty easy. You race for free so just keep trying to
you win first place.

Either before this or after, swim out into the area near the salmon sprint
shack and swim directly up the waterfall in the middle of the lake. There’s
a riddle inside the structure you’ll enter; all the right answers are at
the bottom of the list and you get a crystal for hopping across the riddle-
asker when you get it right.

Now, let’s talk to the Quintar.

5.Loot you an artefact
With the aquatic mounts in tow, head back to the quintar caves (either,
they’re connected in the waterways so both are good) and enter the second
cave, where you fought that boss from earlier in this guide.

Instead of going that way, go south-east until you find the water of the
cave flowing down into a different area.

Congratulations; you just broke into a tomb.

There’s a puzzle here, six switches that need to be pressed in order and
on a time limit. It’s a hell of a lot easier to get to them in time with
the faster fish. The order is top left, bottom left, bottom middle, bottom
right, top right, dead centre. There are a few enemies here; they will mess
you up if they find you, but it’s easy enough to avoid them if you just stay
in the water where it’s not required to leave it.

With the puzzle solved, you can enter the Quintar’s holy site (disclaimer:
may not actually be holy, speculations on Quintar religious beliefs are
hypothetical) and steal some dohicky that lets you communicate with the
You still do not have the Ibex.

-=What did we learn?=-
I write this to show you just how open this world is. You can crack it open
like a walnut; skip HUGE sections if you know what to do… but even so, you
can miss massive chunks. I mean, I STILL don’t know what’s up with that huge
funky cube by that one beach.

I’m looking forward to watching people speedrun this amazing game one day.
It’s going to be a thing of beauty.

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