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Touhou Puppet Dance Performance / Official Soundtrack
« on: May 25, 2016, 05:32:58 PM »
You guys have seen the regular and ex are on Melonbooks right? Roughly 20 for both.

Metagame Discussion / Burning Stone, Gale/Mind's Eye, Youmu
« on: July 21, 2015, 01:16:18 AM »
What do you guys think? Legit build? Power or Speed, just let her get burned from her item, get 50% more focus attack/speed, proceed to sweep.

Off-topic / Sinus infection. Any tips?
« on: July 06, 2015, 05:40:42 PM »
I've never had one before, and I gotta say it really sucks to have it. I was wondering if you guys had any tips for dealing with it, or clearing it up slightly.

Touhou Puppet Dance Performance / TPDP Music Album
« on: June 24, 2015, 01:53:50 AM »
Unfortunately guys, it doesn't seem like it's on MelonDL. Any chance anyone can do some minor work on letting me know if they ship internationally? Google Translate only really works for small batches of text. Whole websites... is a different matter.

Metagame Discussion / PAya to PHatate
« on: March 08, 2015, 06:39:13 AM »
So I'm going to bring up this topic into the (not)meta debate.

Power Aya
Type: Wind/Warrior
HP: 80, FoAtt: 105, FoDef: 70, SpAtt: 90, SpDef: 50, Speed: 130

Has Salvo (automatic 5 hit on multi hit attacks), and some insane coverage options (Earth, Warrior, Void, Wind) but a massive weakness unless set up, in that her speed is everything to her survival. Her other ability also won't see much use due to how good Salvo is on her, Gale (Speed buff when alimented, immune to paralysis speed debuff). She also doesn't have much versatility with her moves, only really having just damage output and nothing much else. On the OTHER hand...

Power Hatate
Type: Wind
HP: 100, FoAtt: 90, FoDef: 80, SpAtt: 90, SpDef: 80, Speed: 70

Also has Salvo but has Telescopic (1.3x accuracy) which adds to her utility. Now that 70 speed isn't much, and with 90/90 on attacking stats she's not the strongest bird either. Her main thing is her versatility and coverage. She's got Electric, Void, Wind, Illusion, and Nature for move types. She's able to be built toward composite damage, Spread, or Focus. Due to the 90/90 she can go with Twister/Hornet Dance for Wind and Nature Focus 5hits, Blind Shot for Void Spread 5hit, or surprise opponents with Thunderclap/Macroburst for high damage low accuracy luckshots. She also has access to a trap (Stealth Trap), as well as having a very useable buff with her decent bulk in Offensive Trance. +2 on FoAtt, SpAtt, Speed, and -1 FoDef and SpDef. Due to her speed, getting that off before the opponent attacks is unlikely, and after getting that buff up she's VERY scary as you won't know what coverage she has til she attacks the first time.

All in all I feel Hatate is a better choice for a team needing what the two tengu can bring, despite appearing weaker by stats. Her Salvo is just much scarier as it's not the only setup you may deal with. I also didn't add Yumeko to this debatable topic as her typing is MUCH different (steel) and she'd be dealt with differently because of it. Feel free to discuss and tell me how much of a massive tool I am though. Or give me something better to work with for Aya. OT is just too good, outside of baton pass.

Off-topic / I can't read Japanese! Mind helping me out?
« on: February 26, 2015, 11:19:01 PM »
It's embarrassing how badly I need to learn the Japanese language. Who here can help me out with a downloader? I can't cheat with copy/paste to google translate haha. Just needa know what goes in what boxes.

Touhou Puppet Dance Performance / How to buy TPDP and work BuddyDRM
« on: January 09, 2015, 12:11:27 PM »
Hello everyone, and welcome to how to navigate Moonrunehell Melonbooks and BuddyDRM. I will do my best to make this as pain free as possible, with images and as detailed instructions as 6AM allows me. If anything is difficult for you to understand PLEASE do not hesitate to get a hold of me. I'm nearly always active on Skype, Steam, and the IRC (or any combination of those) through the name CrucialTwinz, and I will be more than happy to answer any questions I know the answer to. With that out of the way let's get started on this.

Step 1: Go here!

That's your lovely game you will be purchasing (today or sometime I hope).

Step 2: On the screen that shows up, you'll want to click on the orange box to the right of the box art to add it to your cart.

Step 3: The screen you're on now is your cart. You want to select the yellow "go to checkout" box on the right side near the top.

Step 4: Next you'll be taken to a "log in" screen. On the log in screen you want to select the big 'ol orange "New Account" button. After all, if you had an account already, why would you need me? No, but go ahead and hit that button. There's honestly NO reason to be a guest as you only can download the game again within 10 days if you lose it.

Step 5: Start scrolling down til you find a lovely pair of boxes and another green button. In both the first and second box insert your e-mail address, then press the green button to continue!

Step 6: The next screen is letting you know that you received a verification e-mail. Go to your e-mail address you entered and click on the lone blue link in the e-mail from melonbooks. That will take you to THIS screen, where you fill out your information to create an account! Top to bottom it goes: ID, password, password again, nickname, Last name, First name, last name in katakana, first name in katakana, birthday. I made a mistake with the picture originally, and in all honesty, the katakana name wasn't an issue. I just punched in some words in Google Translate and copy paste it! After finished up, just select the green option at the bottom to continue, then go through the few confirmation screens!

Step 7: If everything was entered correctly you should return to the melonbooks homepage logged in and with TPDP in your cart. When you get there go ahead and select the yellow "checkout" option on the right side of the screen!

Step 8: It'll take you back to an earlier screen, where you see the items in your cart. Go ahead and just click the yellow button again to continue on!

Step 9: When you click it this time, it will pull up a "Select your payment method" screen, and for the sake of sanity, we're gonna say that you're using Debit/Credit Card. After selecting CC and hitting the continue button then you'll be taken to the screen in the picture. You'll want to input your card information here. Then hit continue after inputting your info!

Step 10: Honestly, just click the yellow button on the next screen. EZ.

Step 11: If everything has gone through OK then you're done with the purchase! On the final screen, which is your download screen, you will see some information just saying that your downloads will be in a ZIP. Just click the little blue box next to your game and that will get you a ZIP with a folder and a setup file in it! Save it where you like, and DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT close that tab. You need the CD key that is below the download button (what's blacked out on my picture). Everything is DONE as far as the purchase now! *claps*

Now, once you get the file exacted and opened up you'll get a fantastic little pop up about installing BuddyDRM. Go ahead and install that and go through the installer that pops up. When you get it installed click on the setup file AGAIN. When you do so you'll get the following image.

This is actually quite easy to deal with now! The second and smaller box is the "Create an Account" link. After clicking on that It'll pull up the following screen. On this screen just enter your Username, Password twice, and Email twice!

That's the only screen you need to enter anything for the account creation. You just have to continue past the next two. One is a confirm screen, the next is the completion screen. With both of those screens confirmed through you're now able to log in through the BuddyDRM window.

Alright, so from here, sign in through BuddyDRM, and it'll pull up a screen with a few boxes. This is where THE TAB YOU SHOULD NOT HAVE CLOSED WITH YOUR CD KEY IS NEEDED. Put in your CD Key and confirm it. That will pull up a confirmation screen. Here it SHOULD give you a download prompt for the setup for the game, unfortunately I had to close my Buddy and reopen it to get my download to activate. From there it's just a matter setting your folder to download the game setup, launching the setup, and installing the game! You're set! You now have TPDP officially purchased and installed!


TO NOTE: You do not need to keep Buddy installed after installing the game. Paypal is NOT accepted. The total you'll spend for the game is $22.52. MAKE SURE TO TURN YOUR COMPUTER TO JAPANESE LOCALE PRIOR TO INSTALLING THE GAME. IT WILL SOLVE YOU FROM HAVING TO POST 9 TIMES OUT OF 10 THAT YOU'RE HAVING AN ISSUE. (I really don't know why I didn't add that sooner, sorry guys)

Touhou Puppet Dance Performance / TPDP Beginner Information
« on: September 04, 2014, 04:50:05 AM »
Ok, so forgive me if this is terrible, and I'll accept and adjust anything that you may feel needs to be altered. Expect this information to become adjusted as more is brought in, and I'll probably wipe this to edit for the full game when it comes out. Until then I wanted to get all pertinent information together for new players to TPDP as best I could. I also didn't see anything related to the number of images I could add in a single post, so if I need to move things around I will. Until then... I'm blasting off now! (Also to note, I am not a speaker of the Japanese language at all. NONE OF WHAT I'M CALLING ANYTHING IS A TRANSLATION OF ANY SORT. It's just what I'm calling it to make it easy to get across.)

To start off, the most important thing to note is that THE ENTIRE TYPE LIST HAS CHANGED. Alot of the characters are still similar to what they were, and many of the moves that you would THINK would work generally do. I will admit when I first fought a Rumia with an Alice that her Dark attack being super effective surprised me though. Light weak to Dark, WHO KNEW. I digress, with new types come new challenges, which is nice.

Healers and Shops

The healer locations come in two flavors, one the typical "Pokemon Center" style

The other located in the shrine

At the Center Style you're also able to make purchases of healing items. As of the Demo they only carry 4 items. One I have NO IDEA what it does, so I need some clarification on that.

You can also find shop keepers that sell Seals (To capture puppets) as well as other items (in the Human Village as of demo.)

This shop carries alot of stuff for 1000$ each. I have no idea what any of them do, and to be honest there's quite a few. If I had to take a stab at a guess it's probably STAB boosters (pun intended), but the important part is it's the seal shop in Human Village!

Touhou Puppet Dance Performance / Paralasis
« on: September 04, 2014, 12:18:03 AM »
I noticed that when it happened to my c.Reimu her passive skill stopped healing her at each round end. Does that mean it negates all passive skills or just healing? I haven't gotten paralyzed enough to know.

Touhou Puppet Dance Performance / Starter
« on: September 02, 2014, 08:03:59 PM »
Only Reimu? Not like it bothers me for once. Reimu has a passive heal after all.

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