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Tue, 22 Sep 2009 11:07:11

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Then is there any point in marrying them off once you've reached the cap?

Do you have the school yet?

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Tue, 22 Sep 2009 11:48:06

gamingeek said:

Foolz said:
Then is there any point in marrying them off once you've reached the cap?

Do you have the school yet?

 Yep, got it ages ago!~

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Thu, 10 Dec 2009 11:21:29

Okay I am reviving this thread to talk about the music.

The music in LKS is fucking awesome. It's all remixed versions of classical music. Some of the favourites.

Little King's Story Soundtrack--Opening/Credits

^This song is a remix of Ravel's "Boléro".

Little King's Story Soundtrack--Title Screen

^This song is a remix of Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance March No.1".

Little King's Story Soundtrack--King Jumbo Champloon Appears

^This song is a shortened remix of the 4th movement of Dvorak's "New World Symphony".

Little King's Story Soundtrack--King Jumbo Champloon (Awesome)

^Obviosuly, this song is a remix of "The Infernal Gallop" from Offenbach's opera "Orpheus in the Underworld". Or, as most people probably know it, the Can-Can!

Little King's Story Soundtrack--Guardian Battle (Awesome)

^This song is a remix of Rossini's "William Tell Overture".

Little King's Story Soundtrack--Final Boss (Epic)

^This song is a remix of Mussorgskys's "Night on Bald Mountain". (Many people may recognize it from Disney's "Fantasia")

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Fri, 11 Dec 2009 02:25:19
My favourite song is the one in the drunk guy's area. Epic percussion.
And I also love the beginning of the one in the cake area. And also the organ music near the end.

My memory is great as you can see. Nyaa

I hope that soundtrack is still downloadable.
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Sat, 12 Dec 2009 22:20:28

Well Foolz here are some of the soundtracks you like

Little King's Story Soundtrack--King Duvroc

^This song is a remix of "Habanera" from Bizet's opera "Carmen".

Little King's Story Soundtrack--Ripe Kingdom (the cake area before Shish)

^This song is a remixed version of "La donna è mobile" from Verdi's "Rigoletto".

Little King's Story Soundtrack--King Shishkebaboo

^This song is a remix of Liszt's "La Campanella (Étude No. 3)".



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Thanks! Grinning

*listens*

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Mon, 14 Dec 2009 11:42:28

You two talking about this game got me back playing it. I beat TV Dinnah, pretty cool. Love the music in the maze between tv warps.

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Mon, 14 Dec 2009 12:09:53

GG for you

Little King's Story Soundtrack--Primetime Kingdom

^This song is a remixed version of parts of Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue".


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Mon, 14 Dec 2009 12:31:45

Iga_Bobovic said:

GG for you

Little King's Story Soundtrack--Primetime Kingdom

^This song is a remixed version of parts of Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue".


I love that.

So I need to beat some birdcage boss next? Top road at 3-way skullplains crossroad.

How many more kings including him to I have to beat?

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Mon, 14 Dec 2009 13:01:14

gamingeek said:

Iga_Bobovic said:

GG for you

Little King's Story Soundtrack--Primetime Kingdom

^This song is a remixed version of parts of Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue".


I love that.

So I need to beat some birdcage boss next? Top road at 3-way skullplains crossroad.

How many more kings including him to I have to beat?

 There is no birdcage boss. Check the map the road goes around the cage. I assume you have beaten King Omelet, so that leaves you with two bosses until complete world domination. Try to pay off your advisor's Verde and Liam, do many side quests for money and beat all guardians to expend your kingdom.

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Mon, 14 Dec 2009 13:56:51
Nice, will do.

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Mon, 14 Dec 2009 14:00:00
Is this a nine A review game? I just noticed the title reads: "triple AAA". Must buy then. LOL
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Mon, 14 Dec 2009 14:17:33

Damned right.

9 a.

The new standard.

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Tue, 15 Dec 2009 01:14:47

Iga_Bobovic said:

gamingeek said:

Iga_Bobovic said:

GG for you

Little King's Story Soundtrack--Primetime Kingdom

^This song is a remixed version of parts of Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue".


I love that.

So I need to beat some birdcage boss next? Top road at 3-way skullplains crossroad.

How many more kings including him to I have to beat?

There is no birdcage boss. Check the map the road goes around the cage. I assume you have beaten King Omelet, so that leaves you with two bosses until complete world domination. Try to pay off your advisor's Verde and Liam, do many side quests for money and beat all guardians to expend your kingdom.

But do kill the bird cage UMA as it's a fun fight!

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Is this a nine A review game? I just noticed the title reads: "triple AAA". Must buy then. LOL

LOL

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Wed, 16 Dec 2009 13:20:29

One thing that still annoys me about this game is the asstastic map. I have quests I cant do because I cannot find them!

I am on gamefaqs now just trying to find locations.

Also in magic land there is a wooden gate i cannot get through with a construction sign behind it. What do I do?

Also there seems to be a quest in TV Dinnah boss area, on the map at least. Yet I cannot get to it even when there?

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Wed, 16 Dec 2009 14:08:22

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One thing that still annoys me about this game is the asstastic map. I have quests I cant do because I cannot find them!

I am on gamefaqs now just trying to find locations.

Also in magic land there is a wooden gate i cannot get through with a construction sign behind it. What do I do?

Also there seems to be a quest in TV Dinnah boss area, on the map at least. Yet I cannot get to it even when there?

Did you upgrade your carpenters?

Don't worry too much about quest about money. They are completely random generated. You will get other chances. 

What quest in TV Dinnah. Is it the God quest?

You should be able to reach the complete map by now. You can do all the 4 bosses in any order.

Did you beat all guardians?

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Wed, 16 Dec 2009 16:22:24

TV Dinnah quest I had to first get a citizen and warp into the tv in the boss area.

I fought this UFO in the town area, that was cool.

I got my carpenters. How do I know when I have beaten all guardians?

I cannot seem to get to this toxic deadly mushroom behind the soldiers district.

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Wed, 16 Dec 2009 18:21:53

Damn this is getting annoying. How do you get past these spiked wooden gates? There are quests I cannot get too.

Also Sauvage is WTF. First it says to have construction guys. I get them, trudge back and it turns out you need miners instead to break the rocks. Meanwhile all hell is breaking loose.

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LORD SAUVAGE
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He reigns supreme of the mountain, boasts a supreme beard and takes on all
challengers to be taller than himself as your 6th boss.

LOCATION: Tiptoe Kingdom (Pass through Skull Plains to reach destination)

DIFFICULTY: 4/5

ATTACKS: 4 attacks -
BOULDER THROW - Sauvage will hurl large rocks at you during the fight
BEARD STOMP - Sauvage stomps his beard to the ground to crush you
SWINGING BEARD - An instant kill. Sauvage will be swinging his beard to hit you
ELECTRIC BEARD - Sauvage rolls his beard across the ground to paralyze you

ROYAL GUARDS: (5+) Animal Hunters, (3+) Lumberjacks, (3+) Miners,
(4+) Giga Carpenters, (1+) Farmer and (1+) Gourmet Cook

GOAL: Climb the mountain and be taller than Sauvage

STRATEGY:
You won't be fighting Sauvage, just climbing his mountain of death. This boss
battle requires you to run along the paths to reach the top to where Sauvage
is to win. Sounds simple but the mountain is riddled with a lot of hazards to
down right tick you off. You will be destroying obstacles, dodging boulders,
avoiding the beard of death and watching out for fire bombs. If that's not
enough, you're on a time limit.

No time like the present. You're best formation for this is to be in defense
so that you're all bunched up. It's easier to avoid things. The path you run
is linear with no branching areas so don't worry about getting lost. So follow
the path and pass the first checkpoint indicated by the risen barricade.
There will be numerous checkpoints on the treck up and everytime you pass
them, your time limit will increase. Don't be fooled by the word "checkpoint"
though. If you die you still have to go all the way back to the beginning.
Also everytime you pass one, it will shut behind you stopping you from
back-tracking.

After passing the first checkpoint two rocks will be in your way. A large and
small one. Send your Miners to destroy the smaller one as it's faster to do.
Carry on through to be greeted with the fire throwing cheeseballs called
Mounties. You will encounter a number of these goons throughout and they will
always be on the cliff above you. The Mounties will throw fire at you but
always in the same place. They do not target you so study their pattern and
slip by them when you can. Don't bother stopping to try and kill them. It
saves time just to run past. Also in this area you will encounter the Beard
Stompers. Lord Sauvage will be stomping large chunks of beard down on you.
When the fire has stopped coming in and the beards are rising, run through as
fast as you can in defense formation until you reach the end of the path and
past the checkpoint.

You will hit another pair of rocks and again destroy the smallest. But now
Sauvage will be hurling boulders at you which bounce. Due to where you are
there is very little room to move. Send your Miners to attack the rock and
try to dodge the incoming boulders. When you finally get past there will be a
crack hiding a Hot Spring you can use to rest. You can also hide here to dodge
the boulders. Moving on, there will be yet another pair of rocks infront of
you. Those boulders will still be coming in and you also have a Mountie
throwing fire at the rocks. Luckily there are caves in the wall you and your
men can hide in to avoid danger. Throw your Miners at the smallest rock and
be on guard. As soon as a boulder comes in or the Mountie throws fire,
immediatly recall your men and hide in a cave. As soon as the hazard has
passed, continue breaking the rock.

When you get past the rock you will have to run past a hut with two Mounties
on top. One Mountie throws fire in your direction whilst the other throws fire
in the direction you have to go. Wait for your moment and run past and down
into the narrow cliffedge. Things get very hairy here and you're nearly half
way there. As you're running along you'll also hear Sauvage shouting with
lightning bolts striking. Don't worry about these, they're just effects to
keep you on edge. Anyway, keep going and now you're dodging a constant supply
of falling rocks. You'll see their shadows first before they strike. This is
going to be a stop and go afair now. Along the path are plenty of hiding caves
too. Run through and dive into a cave when you see a rock tumbling down. Stop
and go stop and go until you pass them all. But stop when you see the swinging
beard of doom. This piece of hair will rock back and fourth and doesn't look
very dangerous, however this obstacle is a one hit kill. If your men run into
it, they're toast instantly as they will be batted off the cliff. Avoid at all
costs. In the middle of the swinging beard's path is a hiding cave. What you
have to do is wait for the beard to rise, run under it and straight into the
cave. Then when the beard passes, get out and run for it to get past. Do not
hesitate. If you're going to go, then go or pay the price i'm afraid. With
that gone, carry on your way to find two swinging beards together and tons of
falling rocks. Oh joy. Timing is crucial here because if you're hit from a
rock you will stumble and then suffer the rath of the beard. There's plenty
of caves to hide in so take your time and get yourself ready. But also
remember that the clock is ticking. When you're certain that you're clear and
both beards are out the way, dash and hide in the cave between the beards.
Then when it's clear again, make a break for it.

Now you have pots in your way aswell as a Mountie. Use the King for this
little chore. Also hiding in the pots are Escargoos (the Snails). Start
mashing away at those pots with the C button to make a path. If you run into
an Escargoo, forget it. Keep going. Pass the Mountie as well, leave him be.
When you finally reach the end you'll be in a open area. Nearly there lad.
You will see a cave entrance but before entering there will be a sign outside.
Read this first as it's crucial. It will tell you directions for inside the
cave. Write down the directions so you don't forget and enter the cave.
Inside, keep moving forward and the path will branch. Ignore the arrow on the
branch as it doesn't tell you the truth. Strictly follow the direction that
the sign said. As you follow the path, an enemy will be waiting for you at the
end. Either a Chicken or an UMA Rock. If it's a Chicken, send your Gourmet
Cook at it. If it's an enemy rock, send your Miner at it. When you reach the
end, you will be in another tunnel that looks the same as the previous. Keep
going and follow those directions. At the end of each tunnel, a Chicken or
UMA Rock will be waiting for you. After fighting the enemy you will also have
to destroy an object to procede. It will either be rocks or trees. If it's
rocks, use Miners and if it's trees, use your Lumberjacks. You will be going
through 6 tunnels in all until you finally see daylight again.

When you finally reach outside again, this is the final stretch. A new
obstacle will now be in your way, the Electric Beard. It will be rolling
across a certain piece of ground and paralyze you if you're caught in it.
Change your formation to the evade formation and make a path past the beards
so you or your men don't get caught. Afterwards, you will hit a construction
sign. Bring out those Giga Carpenters or Carpenters that you have and begin
your work. Above the sign will be an annoying Mountie whose going to ruin your
fun. Use your Animal Hunters to shoot this guy down so he doesn't disturb your
Carpenters. When your Carpenters have finally built the bridge, run over it
and reach the end.

You will finally encounter Lord Sauvage. You and your men will pile ontop of
each other to form a person whose taller than Sauvage. In his despair he will
turn himself upside down and run off with the belief that down is now up so
losing is now winning. The kingdom is now yours. Phew..

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Wed, 16 Dec 2009 19:25:03
Holy crap I will never be able to do that^

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Wed, 16 Dec 2009 19:29:49
Once you know the pattern it is easy. You do not actually need archers. Once your guys are working get away and draw away their fire. 
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