A miserable pile of integers!
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I just finished two runs through Bloodlines last night (John on Normal, then Eric on Expert), so please add them to the pile!I wanted to see how many Draculas one can beat on a flight home from Denver.
The answer is one, you can beat one Dracula. The one in the first Castlevania, specifically.
I also played a few stages of Bloodlines, turns out it is super hard.
Depending on the route, you can fight Alucard for half a point. But yeah, 1.5's the most a CV3 run would be worth, off the top of my head.What are the three you're counting here, 'cause if it's just different phases of the last boss I think that just counts as one. Sorry. -_-
Anyway by my count (eh heh heh) we're up to 24 Dracs Defeated.
I can usually get across the bat bridge unscathed (though if one thing goes wrong, it's almost certain death). With some patience and good timing, the skeletons afterward aren't so bad. But that last flea man/harpy barrage is never something I can tackle cleanly...it's just a mad rush (spamming the stop watch if I can keep it there).Just beat Castlevania 1’s Dracula.
I can never tell whether that game’s final stage is like three times harder than anything before it, or whether it’s just the fact that I could never beat Death as a kid means that’s the only stage I don’t have decades of muscle memory for.
Hoo, Draculas in your PC Engine? That's rough. Glad you were able to fix it.