RPG RPG Maker [Tsuki-no-Mizu] ナイトメアガールズ/Nightmare Girls (RJ215006)


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Just a heads up for those still struggling, we are working on a partial for this (check the translations section for Yugi's thread, will be posted there when done). Having weapons, armor, skills, and items translated should be of some help. Just going to be a little longer since the item and skills lists are huge. (over 900 skills, lol)
 

Welkin2

Demon Girl
Aug 9, 2016
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In addition to translation, it is also an issue where people does not understand the use of the H abilities.

It is actually a good thing to make use of your specials (3rd option in battle menu 1541296500907.png ).
These skills require TP, which you can gain through out the dungeon, either from traps, suffering H attack during battle, or interactive element (like the pond north of the armor merchant in the last dungeon).

Just a little explanation of the mechanics:
The girls work in yuri-pairs. Red Head x Black Hair, and Blonde X Purple.

For those having trouble with in-battle H restraints, the very last skill ???? 1541297162583.png rescues their partner.
For example, if the red head is caught, the black hair can set her free (the other 2 cannot help).

Their most useful skills are the "H-Heals":
Red and purple have the futa skill: 1541296718406.png
Black and blonde has the enema skill: 1541296832970.png
These skills heals the user 75% HP & MP. Note that the futa skill requires the pairing's support to use, while the enema skill is self-sufficient.

They also require items to be used:
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These are sold from the blonde NPC in your base.


Additionally, the blonde has a super TP skill: 1541297281348.png
This heal the entire team and negate status effects. (However, it takes too long to build the require TP to make this reliable for tough fights)

Sadly, most of the H attacks are too weak...

If for whatever reason you need to build TP for your H attack in battle, just craft 1541297560550.png from the white robot. You would then be able to masturbate to built TP.

(Seems I am at my image limit, so splitting into next post).
 
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Welkin2

Demon Girl
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As for party setup:
Except for the very last boss in the bonus dungeon, I just use this from mid-game onward:
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At lv50, the ancient artifact give the girls an S+ ranked spell attack. Unfortunately, S+ rank spell does significantly more damage than everything else in this game... so I got lazy and just brute force it.
The first 3 girls get S+ spell for wind, water and fire respectively. The forth girls get S+ earth attack, but I switched her to fire for sake of using debuff all + Poison (S) + Fire (A).
Normally, one S+ rank spell + an A rank spell is enough to wipe out most mobs even on hard mode difficulty (exception being those lone high health mob in the middle of the group).

Red Head: Primarily Nukes with 1541298824516.png . She also have holy magic as backup, and a B rank heal all.
Black Hair: Primarily nukes with 1541298788376.png . Can also buff everyone's spell attack with 1541298751184.png , but usually don't bother with it. She also have single target heals.
Blonde: Either nuke with 1541299049106.png or spam heal 1541299065881.png during certain hard mode boss fights (because she is slow, she can heal up all the damage during that round). She also have an A rank poison and A rank physical holy attack: 1541299187001.png .

Red Head and Black Hair are the main DPS since things are usually dead before blonde gets a turn. That's why I prioritize giving the MP cost reduction items to them.

As for purple hair, she debuff bosses with 1541299385090.png . For attack, she has a S rank poison spell that does respectable damage. She also uses consumable to res, cleanse stats debuffs, recover MP, etc. during boss fights.
 
Oct 28, 2016
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Would someone clarify the second part of scene 32 hint ? Do you actually have to deliberately get killed (and if so, where and how) to trigger it under shower ?
 

Metax

Jungle Girl
Dec 17, 2013
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Welp, that's REALLY a LOT of HELP. Without a translation is almost impossible to put a good strategy in the fight. This is really a minus and put the things in a really bad way. Again, thank you for the explanations.
 
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It seems that that scene is somehow connected to the enema skill...
@Welkin2 : do you recall the conditions to acquire that skill ?
 

Welkin2

Demon Girl
Aug 9, 2016
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It seems that that scene is somehow connected to the enema skill...
@Welkin2 : do you recall the conditions to acquire that skill ?
It think it was related to a GOR (not certain), but I cannot remember which dungeon.
If you kept your old saves, try doing a search for GOR on etigoya's guide and die on each boss with it.
 

Hawk999

Demon Girl Master
Aug 30, 2012
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So I found a way to trick the game.
It is possible that you get stuck when you dont know how to perfectly approach a boss (on nightmare difficulty obviously, but even on lower ones, depending on how badly you play. I certainly play rather badly since all I can do is compare brute stats when the game is japanese xD)

Anyways, you canot powerlevel since monsters vanish on contact if you are too highly levelt.
However the game only reads your main character (most left girl) for that calculation.
So when you dumb most left girl´s armor and let her go low, then you can easily let her go down each fight, while all other are alive.
She won´t get exp and you can powerlevel.
 

Welkin2

Demon Girl
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Hawk999

Demon Girl Master
Aug 30, 2012
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No no, you just have to turn off the auto-kill feature.
Oh thank so much!!!
I was a little disappointed when I started to autokill mobs in the first dungeon. I love my games to be fully accessable the further I play.

edit: What are the other things for?
switch, pearl, red card, blue card, 3 rings and I also got a blue crystal
 
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Jewels/crystals/scrolls/rings (eventually 6 each) are the items described in the walkthrough for switching your chars between elements (just remember to do the switching outside the dungeon or it consumes certain rare item (though eventually avaiable in one of the shops)). Most of the rest are event items (as their description says) - triggers to events.

@Welkin2: still can't figure out how to get the skill and I'm already at the bonus dungeon. Scene 32 is as such the last one missing from the standard set.
 

Welkin2

Demon Girl
Aug 9, 2016
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@@Welkin2: still can't figure out how to get the skill and I'm already at the bonus dungeon.
You mean the enema skill? Only the black hair and blonde has it, and you should have gotten it as part of the story.
It is
under special skill. You also need the bottle item from the blonde NPC (left side in the main room) to use it.

As for the scene. Sorry, but can't remember... Does anyone remember where to get this one?
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Also, I am still missing shower scene 17:
 
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@Welkin2
...well, that's not quite correct...
It all hinges upon Yue dying in some unspecified conditions; that gives the enema skill and enables shower scene 11, which in turn enables scene 32.
But those death conditions are not clear to me.

As for shower 17, did you get the item from the bucket in the picture room of school dungeon ?
 

Welkin2

Demon Girl
Aug 9, 2016
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As for shower 17, did you get the item from the bucket in the picture room of school dungeon ?
Thanks, the bucket did the trick.

Unfortunately, I do not remember the exact trigger for the enema...
I purposely run into all the traps and let them get GOR all the time when I play, so the scene trigger automatically for me.
Hopefully someone here can help you out.
 

Dark Seraphic

Demon Girl Pro
Oct 11, 2012
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Could someone tell me how to unlock scene 68 on the first floor of the cg room and also scene 12 on the second floor one? Those are the last one i need to unlock i think?
 
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nnescio

Evard's Tentacles of Forced Intrusion
Sep 21, 2010
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Could someone tell me how to unlock scene 68 on the first floor of the cg room and also scene 12 on the second floor one? Those are the last one i need to unlock i think?
Scene #68: Return with pregnant party members a heap lot of times until the monster holding pen in the basment is full (don't remember how many; just a lot IIRC, since you need several 'births' to make one monster pop up in the holding pen), then feed them a few times at the monster pen (through the North biohazard door at the 5-door room in the basemeent with the other four doors leading to holding cells for capturing the Seiryuu/Byakko/Suzaku/Genbu quartet).

Town Scene #12:Trigger Scene #67, then visit the park.

You mean the enema skill? Only the black hair and blonde has it, and you should have gotten it as part of the story.
It is
under special skill. You also need the bottle item from the blonde NPC (left side in the main room) to use it.

As for the scene. Sorry, but can't remember... Does anyone remember where to get this one?

Also, I am still missing shower scene 17:

Belated, but for the benefit of other people:

1) Get the Blood-Soaked Music Sheet from the School otherworld (pick up the Black Music Sheet in one of the rooms, then clean it using the bucket of blood in the art room).

2) Obtain the Mountain Crystal: Yatsufusa guardian stone for Shigure (black hair). You get it by defeating the idol Momonoki Momoka at the Event Square (IIRC need to trigger all the movie events first, making it only available at the same time you gain access to the Mines Underworld, that is, after clearing the Mansion Otherworld/Garden Otherworld).

This will unlock the shower event.


Would someone clarify the second part of scene 32 hint ? Do you actually have to deliberately get killed (and if so, where and how) to trigger it under shower ?
See Shigure's Tower event (as part of entering the Sky Otherworld at the Moon-Watching Tower), then trigger Yue's GOR event (equip the Eau de Tentacule 触手アロマ accessory on Yue to increase the chances for her event, then party wipe).

(Or do it the other way around; order doesn't matter.)

This will unlock the corresponding shower event.

[Post 1018220, On Party Composition]
For boss fights, consider Yatsuha (redhead)'s White Guardian Stone, as it gives you a semi-unique party-wide buff (Golden Glory*, 金色の栄光) that gives everyone the Psyched-Up status effect (+All stats). Usually this can only be gotten one-at a time using H-skills, and only if the relevant part of their costume is destroyed (e.g. Pantyflash Kick with bottomless Yatsuha gives Shigure the Psyched-Up state). She also gets Second Coming of the Four Kings (四王の再臨), which buffs all her stats two levels (self-only) and stacks with the Psyched-Up buff.

(*Kokia [purple hair] also gets Golden Glory on her Ancient Guardian Stone, but she's usually better off being the stat debuffer instead with Mountain's Demonslayer or Fire's Pigrim Link.)

She doesn't get a S+-ranked attack skill with this, but Yatsuha already inherently has an S-ranked physical technique, and her stats and equipment are more inclined towards physical attacks than spells anyway (even if you pick Magic as her fleshball stat boon in the opening dream scene). The White Guardian Stone also gives a S-ranked spell as a backup element that also has a chance of freezing and sealing enemies.

Also consider Shigure (black hair)'s Fire Guardian Stone, which gives her the Aihiga Sanba アイヒガ・サンバ support spell that buffs all stats for all party members (again, stacks with the Psyched-Up status effect) by one level. She only gets access to A-ranked attacks though.

For normal fights, you can equip Yue (blonde) with speed-increasing equips if you want her to go before enemies (so long as you aren't using her Fire Guardian Stone, which penalizes her speed severely). Useful if you need AoE Decay or AoE Metal spells to exploit elemental weaknesses.

Kokia is too slow with just a +Speed accessory (well, maybe possible on Dream/Normal), unless you also equip her with the Thundercutter Kodachi (or give her Speed Boon and collect enough fleshballs).

[Post 1018200, On H-abilities]

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This heal the entire team and negate status effects. (However, it takes too long to build the require TP to make this reliable for tough fights)

Sadly, most of the H attacks are too weak...

If for whatever reason you need to build TP for your H attack in battle, just craft [image of Aphrodisiac Spray omitted] from the white robot. You would then be able to masturbate to built TP.
Special Abilities (including H-abilities) also have highest priority (they occur before normal attacks and skills/spells). Makes Yue's AoE Link Magic spell quite useful against fast mob packs (especially those with +255 speed counters/reflect/spelldodge and AoE clothes burning spells)

Kokia's Wind Guardian Stone has a buff (Charm, チャーム) that gives an ally the "Lust Absorb" status effect (not the same as the "Aroused" status effect), which adds 25 to their Lust Bar/TP every turn. The Strong Aphrodisiac (not the Aphrodisiac Spray) item can do this to your entire party, but it is somewhat rare.

For boss battles, it's trivial to start with 90 Lust. Just warp out and buy some ice-creams from the 'ice-cream' vendor* at the (waterfront) Promenade for 1000MJ (expensive when you first unlock her, but trivial past midgame).

(*The blue-haired girl who looks like Pukis from Demon Ground, and the tutorial fairies in the Lily Knight games. Also, her boobs get bigger as you progress through the storyline.)

Did anyone get the 古符 シャルル ?
Edit: Found it: It only appears after Dragon World in later version.

Also, is there a list of all the skill stones and where to get them?
Arranged by character and display order (not the order when they can first be obtained). Also, yes, spoilers.

Note:
All Ancient Guardian Stones (the Four Kings) can only be gotten after you get White Orb: Wandering Fairy Tale for Yatsuha.

Yatsuha
Wind Orb: Yashima Kamuro (風玉 ヤシマカムロ )
Opening event, after joining the institute.

Forest Orb: Goddess Mo No (林玉 女神モ・ノ )
After defeating Genbu; have Yue interrogate her in her holding cell.

Fire Orb: Hyakume (火玉 ヒャクメ )
Obtained after defeating Mokumokuren (the eye monster in the gym)

Mountain Orb: Meimin-Niang (山玉 メイミンニャ)
Obtained after defeating Martial Artist Yamane Sera (final boss for the Arena Otherworld)

White Orb: Wandering Fairy Tale (白玉 放浪者オトギ)
Obtained at the basement of the Mountain Museum from the stack of books in the middle, after putting the four suit cards into the nearby chests.
n.b. Can be obtained as early as the School Otherworld arc, provided you haven't unlocked the School Otherworld yet . Otherwise, fucking Byakko will camp in front of the books for half of the fucking game, blocking you access until you've cleared the Sunken Dragon Otherworld (yes, I'm still salty.)

Ancient Orb: David (古玉 ダヴィデ)
Obtained from the Card Fan Girl at the suspicious shop (the one that sells monster drops) in the Backalley. To get her to appear, you need to make Yatsuha star in a risque Idol Video (go to their studio at the Jetty after defeating the idol at the Event Square, and IIRC starting from the Byakko/Zombie arc). Now talk to the Card Fan Girl, go get the card she wants from a boy at Card Green Forest in Downtown (trading an uncensored lewd pic from the Idol Video shoot for it), then trade the card to the girl for the Guardian Stone.

Shigure
Wind Crystal: Speed Queen (風晶 スピードクイン)
After defeating Seiryuu; have Yatsuha interrogate her in her holding cell.

Forest Crystal: Konohanasakuya (林晶 コノハナサクヤ)
Opening event, after joining the institute.

Fire Crystal: Shanba Leshia (シャンバレシア)
Douse the bonfire found in the Guardroom Station map (near the lever) in the Dark Souls Painting Otherworld (unlocked by progressing through Shigure's Modeling Events). Note that doing so will douse all other bonfires in the otherworld, so that you can no longer get free heals here.

Mountain Crystal: Yatsufusa (山晶 ヤツフサ)
Obtained after defeating the Idol Momonoki Momoka (IIRC need to clear all of Yatsuha's movie events first, then go to the event square starting from the Mines Otherworld arc).

White Crystal: Evangelist Karna (伝道者カルナ)
Clear the Game Otherworld, then head back to the Game Dev building. You will find one of the other players there (the chuunibyou white-haired girl) who will congratulate you and give you the Guardian Stone.

Ancient Crystal: Iskandar (古晶 イスカンダル)
Pick up from a sparkling point in the basement of the Game Dev building (can be gotten before entering the Game Otherworld, also note the sparkle will only appear after getting White Orb: Wandering Fairy Tale).

Yue
Wind Talisman: Wind God / Thunder God (風符 風ノ神・雷ノ神)
Interact with the core/interface located behind the final boss for the Rootstock Otherworld (the alien ship otherworld).

Forest Talisman: Kuda-Gitsune (林符 クダギツネ)
Open the chest at the bottom of the well at the Ayakashi Otherworld (the Japanese-style mansion otherworld found behind the Shrine).

Fire Talisman: Shuten-Douji (火符 シュテンドウジ)
Immediately available after Yue joins your party.

Earth Talisman: Corpse Warrior Horus (山符 屍戦士ホルス)
After defeating Byakko; have Shigure interrogate her in her holding cell.

White Talisman: Priestess Miohime (聖職者ミオヒメ)
Obtained after defeating Otoshigo (bonus boss at the Mitsukino Mountains, found at one of the dead ends on the path leading to the Ayakashi Otherworld, with a dead tree next to it. She will only appear after clearing the Sunken Dragon Otherworld).
Yes, she's Yue's daughter. You bastard (not that Yue minds). That's why Yue already starts off with 1 birth in her journal when she first joins. The boss' name translates as "bastard child".

Ancient Talisman: Charles (古符 シャルル)
Interact with the white tackle box found at the jetty, near the spot where the guy fishes (he will move upwards after you clear the Ocean Otherworld). I think you can get this as soon as you get Wandering Fairy Tale, in which case, fuck you again, Byakko.

Kokia
Wind Ring: Lolo Layla (風輪 ロロ・ラーラ)
Bought in the Dream Otherworld (at the house-looking section) for 9999 MJ). To get to the Dream Otherworld, you need to sleep while in the Byakko arc (after clearing the Sunken Dragon Otherworld), possibly a few times if you have other higher-priority sleep events queued up. Also you likely need to get the Wandering Fairy Tale and trigger some other optional event in the Byakko arc (I think it's Kokia's first 'jellyfish' event at the beach).

Forest Ring: Bubblish (林輪 バブリーシュ)
Found in the female baths at the Hot Springs Otherworld (unlocked after clearing the Ocean Otherworld).

Fire Ring: Kyuubi (火輪 キュウビ)
After defeating Byakko; have Kokia interrogate her in her holding cell.

Mountain Ring: Makinko (山輪 マキンコ)
Immediately available after Kokia joins the party.

White Ring: Kunlun (白輪 コンロン)
Retrieved as part of the extended (automatic) event following the defeat of the School Otherworld final boss.

Ancient Ring: Caesar (古輪 カエサル)
Found at the shrine (outside Yue's house), at the foot of the sacred tree. Only available after talking to the two kids at the NW corner of the map (and those two kids only appear after unlocking [not necessarily entering] the Torture Otherworld). And like all the other Ancients, you need to have gotten Wandering Fairy Tale first.


Could somone tell me how to unlock the store alien world and hospital alien world? I just finshed the game alien world ver 1 but i can't find any other alien world to continue. Also where is the best place to make money cause i need a lot for equips and combine?
Visit the Dock Warehouse District (港の倉庫地区). Enter the broken sliding door to reach the Warehouse Otherworld. Kill the boss there to unlock the Hospital Otherworld.

Second part of the Game Otherworld is unlocked after you cleared this arc (Warehouse -> Hospital ->Warehouse -> Graveyard).

For money (MJ/ Mare Jewels), make sure you equip the White Snake Skin accesory (白蛇の抜け殻) on one of your party members (I recommend Kokia, because she's slow and participates the least in non-boss combats), which is obtained from one of the Occult Club members at the school after you cleared the School Otherworld. This accessory DOUBLES all money drops in battle.

Money grinding is best done by grinding mobs of the hardest dungeon that you can still 1-turn wipe with AoE spells/techniques. At your stage, the wooden warehouse part of the Warehouse Otherworld works the best, because you go up against Dancing Shoes quite often that can drop themselves as accessories which can be sold for 600 MJ a pop (make sure you equip the Zashiki-Warashi Soul to double loot drop chances [maximum 1/1]). Later on you can also grind Zombie Soldiers at the Graveyard Otherworld, which drop Magic Silver Lances at 1300 MJ a pop.

Edit:
Every single attack in this game has an element.

Basic three physical elements are bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing (the usual fantasy BPS). Generally speaking, things with tentacles and vines are weak against slashing but strong against bludgeoning. 'Hard but brittle' enemies, like those with shells/carapaces, or animated objects are generally weak against bludgeoning but strong against slashing. Piercing deals extra damage to 'bloated' enemies (like the kind the look like they're going to pop), but generally resistances/weaknesses against piercing are harder to figure out.

Robots tend to be strong against BPS though. Later game animated objects as well. Basically BPS resistances become more common in the end game.

Magic is a good element with few resistant enemies, and tends to work well against armored enemies who are strong against BPS. Some caster types are strong against magic though. Notably, Magic normal attacks use SPIRIT to determine damage instead of ATTACK. Most of Yue's staves deal Magic damage (pity her final-tier weapons don't though), and Yue has a few inherent Magic-elemental spells.

Your next four elements are Wind, Forest, Fire and Mountain (named after fuurinkazan, a pseudo-historical battle standard derived from the Art of War). They correspond to the usual Air/Water/Fire/Earth elements found in fantasy RPGs (yes, forest confusingly is water/ice) Each of this element is weak against the next element; Forest windbreaks Wind, Fire burns Forest, Mountain smothers(?) Fire, and Wind weathers Mountain. Enemies (and guardian stones) are resistant to the same element, and are sometimes also resistant to the element they dominate over as well. They take extra damage from the element they are weak against. WiFoFiMo alignment is usually somewhat apparent judging from enemy sprites and names.

Next four elements are paired opposites; Holy and Evil, plus Metal(Electric) and Decay. Holy resists Holy and is weak against Evil, while Evil resists Evil and is weak against Holy. Likewise for the Metal/Decay pair. Japanese youkai are usually evil-aligned (some tentacle monsters too). Mechanical monsters are usually Metal. Undead and aberrations are usually Decay-aligned.

(Note that Zombies are strong against all the above elements, except for Fire, Holy and Magic, which they are weak against. They are not weak against Metal).

The final 'special' element is Star, which acts like a 'colorless' element in this game. Nothing is weak against Star, but nothing resists Star either. Spell Reflect also doesn't work against Star spells.

Enemy H-attacks are another class entirely; they check against the character's Lewd Resistance and Lewd Meter stats. Lower Lewd Resistance and higher Lewd Meter result in increased susceptibility and damage taken (confusingly though, some H-attacks also have a physical component that can be partially reduced by Defense). Some accessories and souls also provide resistance or immunity to certain type of H attacks (e.g. tentacles, large tentacles, bestiality, etc.)
 
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