It's time to leave secondary status, anons.
That's right, it's another 2hu thread. This is a revengeance of the Touhou 6 thread we had a while back. Now's your chance to take on Perfect Cherry Blossom so you can finally 1cc it on normal if you haven't already. 2hu pros can brag about how they 1cc'd it on hard or captures Yuyuko's final card.
>Where do I get it?
Best place for 2hu downloads is Moriya Shrine. Here's a link:
>What do I do?
Simply keep the options as they are by default. Slow mode turned off, 3 lives, wav music (for best experience). Then you just play the game and beat all stages without having to use a continue, hence the word '1cc'
Here's another 2hu term you may not know about. To 'capture' a spell card (basically a boss' special named attack) is to beat it without getting hit or using a bomb. Pros can venture to capture most if not all spell cards in the game, which in PCB's case is, rightfully so, the last spellcard in the game.
>How do I get gud?
That's the hard part. I haven't been playing as long as some people but I can coach it pretty well. Now, I'm not a lunatic or even a hard player but hey, some of the best coaches were overweight black people or drunkards, so a coach doesn't need to be the best, right? Anyways, some tips I can give depend on your physical talents/skills. What do I mean by this? Well, listen closely. Find whichever you may fall into and then use the below tip to 'guide' how to get gud.
<I'm young, spry, and I think I have good reaction timing
In your case, you will want to try the tactic I call 'double-vision'. Your player-character in this game has a hitbox which is represented by a small white dot, you can view this by pressing shift by default. Why do I bring this up? Because if you have good hand-eye coordination, it will be important to keep track of where this dot is; however, you must not be looking directly at it
! You should instead keep your eyes about halfway from your hitbox and the boss, or wherever the bullets are coming from. The explanation is that every bullet has a trajectory, a pattern, and/or a trick to them. You will want to view both the hitbox and the projected bullet trajectory/path/pattern so you can dodge them effectively. If you're doing this right, your line of sight should be mostly on the bullets with the hitbox still being in your 'range' of vision, but just outside so that it appears blurry and you aren't focused on it. The point is that you know where the hitbox is without even seeing it, but you'll be in control of it with your keyboard so it isn't that hard to guess where it is - or where it will be. By mastering this, you'll mostly be able to beat every spell card without even having faced it before, or without having memorized how each spell card works. Which leads us to...
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