Looks like the Timenoids got bored with watching Millennia protect a bomb for all those chapters.
Oh come on! I know for a fact that you guys have those floaty mime clone things that shoot miniature suns. Let them kill humans for a change.
And again, the king mentions the marionette project. It seems there's more to adopting Millennia than just having a pet human.
Thus Millennia gets a new pad to trash, and a new silly object to protect. Only this time, if a human reaches the grail, the castle won't blow up.
Gilbaless. When this is one of the least silly names you've encountered in a game, you know you've hit rock bottom.
And another Buddhist, only without the pointy headgear.
And he has a cyborg arm. This is the one game I never expected to find cyborg ninjas in.
Good thing Millennia now has a magnet floor. This is has a huge range compared to bear traps, which'll make combos a little easier to pull off.
Let's take a look at the new map, shall we? Lots of nifty new room traps to try out, including a fire pit, a coffin and a collapsible ceiling.
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All that armor means he's perfect magnet fodder.
And guillotine fodder.
My plan. My simple plan was to catch them running towards me and fling 'em into that volt wall. Instead, they wanted to play on the stairs.
Which means I was stuck with Plan B for this chapter.
At least I got to play with the magnets some more
Why couldn't you have moved one inch closer?! You're going to die anyway, so you might as well make it look good.
Oh sure, hit the wall after you die. You jerk.
Everyone's so intent on reporting to Keith all of the sudden.
Next time: More grail-seekers, and this time my plans actually work!