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Dream Mix TV: World Fighters FAQ V1.0

Written by Paul Acevedo and Phoenix Roberts
Created on: 12/30/03

Contents:
1.  Introduction
2.  Version history
3.  Menu translation
4.  Controls and Game System
5.  Characters
6.  Stages
7.  World Fighters Mode Walkthrough
8.  Caravan Mode Walkthrough
9.  Secrets
10. Special Thanks
11. Links
12. Contact information

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1. Introduction
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   Dream Mix TV is the result of a collaboration between Hudson Soft,
Konami, and Takara, bringing characters from each company together in a
super-Japanese Smash Bros. clone. Such an eclectic mix of characters is
truly unprecedented and we can only hope that a sequel will feature
even more characters and gameplay modes. This FAQ exists to make the
import game easier to play and help gamers unlock all of its goodies.

Fun facts: Hudson and Konami have worked together in the past, when
Konami produced the Bomberman Jetters Trading Card Game in Japan.
Hudson also worked with Takara, who produced various Bomberman toys and
took over production of the Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden anime.

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2. Version history
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12/30/03  Version 1.0 FAQ created.

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3. Menu translation
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Title Screen:

1-World Fighters Mode: This is the single-player story mode where
                       you'll unlock everything.
  Pause Menu:
    a-Resume
     b-Exit to Title Screen

2-KyaraDama Survival: The versus or melee mode. Play against the
                      computer or friends. 1-4 players.
  a-Entry: Set players 2-4 to Man, Com, or X (no player).
  b-Rule: The number of rounds necessary to win a match (1-3)
  c-Handicap: Press down for Weak or up for Strong.
  d-Go!

  Pause Menu:
    a-Resume
    b-Return to Character Selection
    c-Return to Rules Selection
    d-Exit to Title Screen

3-Caravan Mode: A set of 8 challenges. High scores are saved.
  Pause Menu:
    a-Resume
     b-Restart Challenge
     c-Return to Caravan Mode Menu
     d-Exit to Title Screen

4-Library: View data about each of the game's characters after you've
           finished World Fighters Mode with them, as well as bonus
           data for the A ranks you score.
5-Options:
  a-Autosave: On or Off
  b-Vibration: On or Off
  c-Save: The left option is Yes and the right is No.
  d-Load: The left option is Yes and the right is No.
  e-Exit

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4. Controls and Game System
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GameCube Controls:

Left Analog stick: Character movement
D-pad: Character movement
A button: Jump/Confirm Menu Selections
B button: Attack/Throw/Cancel Menu Selections
Y button: Grab/Throw/Random Character or Map Selection/View Score in
          Caravan Mode Menu/View pictures in Library
X button: Special Move
L button: Guard
R button: Guard
Start: Pause

Upper attack: Up + Attack
Strong Attack: Forward + Attack
Jump Attack: Jump then Attack
Rising Attack: Jump then Up + Attack
Falling Attack: Jump then Down + Attack
Cling to platforms: Jump then Up + Jump. You can crawl left or right
                    and attack from this position.
Fall through platforms: Down while on a raised platform
Back flip: Jump then Guard
Deflect: Guard at the exact moment someone hits you... Prepare for the
         computer to abuse this, as with any game that uses such a move

Game System: At the beginning of every match, hearts shoot out
             randomly. Grab as many as you can, as they serve as your
             life meter. You lose hearts every time you get hit. When
             your hearts are depleted, you shrink and your KyaraDama
             (soul) floats upward. Pick it up and you'll return to
             normal size, although your hearts will still be empty. If
             someone else gets your KyaraDama, you stay small and lose
             the match. The winner is the last person with their
             KyaraDama.

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5. Characters
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Konami's Characters

Name: Power Pro-Kun
First Japanese appearance: Jikyuu Powerful Pro Baseball '94
                           (Super Famicom 1994)
First US appearance: Hmm...
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Bat Attack: Special. Press and hold to build up a level 2 or level 3
            charge. Level 3 is most powerful but leaves you dizzy
            afterwards. (ground)
Aerial Bat Attack: Jump then Special (air)
Clinging Bat Attack: Cling to a platform and press Special. Power Pro-
                     Kun attacks and jumps onto the platform.
                     (clinging)


Name: Simon Belmont
First Japanese appearance: Akumajou Dracula (Famicom 1986)
First US appearance: Castlevania (NES)
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Boomerang Throw Circular: Special. You can have 2 Boomerangs in the air
                          at one time. (ground, air, or cling)
Boomerang Throw Horizontal: Right + Special (ground)
Boomerang Throw Upward: Up + Special (ground)


Name: Twinbee
First Japanese appearance: Twinbee (Famicom/MSX 1986)
First US appearance: Stinger (NES)
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Bell throw: Special. You can only have one bell or its effect on-screen
            at a time. The color of the bell cycles between yellow,
            red, green, and blue, and each has its own effect. (ground,
            air, or cling)

            Yellow: The bell itself damages opponents.
            Red: Where the bell stops, a vertical ray of light causes
                 massive damage
            Green: Where the bell stops, a large ball of light causes
                   big damage
            Blue: The bell bursts into hearts


Name: Solid Snake
First Japanese appearance: Metal Gear (Famicom/MSX 1987)
First US appearance: Metal Gear (NES 1987)
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
C4 bomb: Special, then after the bomb is set, Special detonates. Plant
         it on someone you're grabbing for extra fun. (ground, air,
         cling, or grab)


Name: Moai
First Japanese appearance: Gradius (Famicom/MSX 1986)
First US appearance: Gradius (NES 1986)
Combo: Attack-Attack
Ion Ring: Special. Press and hold to build up a level 2 or level 3
          charge. Level 3 causes a giant Moai to appear, at which point
          you can press Special rapidly to make it shoot ion rings.
          (ground)
Jumping Ion Ring: Jump, then Special (air)
Clinging Ion Ring: Cling to a platform, then Special (cling)


Takara's Characters

Name: Licca (AKA Licca-Chan)
First Japanese appearance: Videogame: Dream Mix TV
                           Toy: Licca toy line (1967)
First US appearance: Never
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Heart Drain: Special. Press and hold to build up a level 2 or level 3
             charge. Level 3 has the greatest range. (ground)
Jumping Heart Drain: Jump then Special (air)
Clinging Heart Drain: Cling to a platform then Special. Likka falls
                      while draining hearts.(cling)


Name: Takao Kinomiya (AKA Tyson Granger in the USA)
First Japanese appearance: Videogame: Bakuten Shoot Beyblade (GameBoy
                           Color 2001)  Manga: Bakuten Shoot BeyBlade
First US appearance: Videogame: BeyBlade (Playstation 2002)
                                Toy/Animation: BeyBlade
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Evolution Storm: Special. Press and hold to build up a level 2 or level
                 3 charge. Level 3 produces the largest creature.
                 (ground)
Jumping Evolution Storm: Jump then Special (air)
Clinging Evolution Storm: Cling to a platform then Special. Takao
                          throws a BeyBlade and drops to the ground
                          (cling)


Name: Convoy (AKA Optimus Prime in the USA)
First Japanese appearance: Videogame: ?   Toy: ? (1984)
                           Animation: Tatakae! Chou Robot Seimeitai
                                      Transformer (1985)
First US appearance: Videogame: Never
                     Toy/Animation: Transformers (1985)
Combo: Attack-Attack
Rotating Transform: Special (ground, air, or cling)
Driving Transformation: Forward + Special (ground). Possibly the
                        cheapest movie in the game.


Name: Microman
First Japanese appearance: Game: Dream Mix TV   Toy: Microman (1974)
First US appearance: Game: Never   Toy: Micronauts
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Robot Man Kick: Special (ground, air, or cling)
Robot Man Punch: Forward + Special. Tap Special 2 more times for a
                 combo. (ground)
Robot Man Rising Attack: Up + Special
Hovering: Jump then press and hold Jump (air)


Name: Asuka
First Japanese appearance: Game: Dream Mix TV
                           Toy: Cool Girls line (2001)
First US appearance: Never
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Ground Fire: Special (ground, air, or cling)
Fire Shoot: Forward + Special
Upward Ground Fire: Up + Special (air)


Name: Megatron
First Japanese appearance: Videogame: ?   Toy: ? (1984)
                           Animation: Tatakae! Chou Robot Seimeitai
                                      Transformer (1985)
First US appearance: Videogame: Never
                     Toy/Animation: Transformers (1985)
Combo: Attack-Attack
Transform to Walter P-38: Special (ground, air, or cling)
P-38 Shoot: While transformed, you can aim with Up or Down, then press
            Special. The bullets reflect off of walls. Hold Special for
            a laser blast, which does not reflect.


Hudson's Characters

Name: Bomberman
First Japanese appearance: Bomberman (Famicom 1985)
First US appearance: Bomberman (NES 1985)
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Lay Bomb: Special. You can have 3 bombs on-screen at a time.
Punch Bomb: Attack near a bomb.
Throw Bomb: Grab near a bomb.


Name: Momotarou
First Japanese appearance: Momotarou Densetsu (Famicom 1987)
First US appearance: Never
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Summon Dog: Special (ground)
Summon Pheasant: Jump then Special (air)
Summon Monkey: Cling to a platform then Special (cling)


Name: Takahashi Meijin (AKA Master Higgins in the USA)
First Japanese appearance: Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima
                           (Famicom/MSX 1986)
First US appearance: Hudson's Adventure Island (NES 1986)
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Ax Throw: Special (air, ground, or cling)
Spear Throw: Forward + Special (ground)
Torch Throw: Up + Special (ground)


Name: Yugo (AKA Hugo in the USA)
First Japanese appearance: Bloody Roar (Playstation 1997)
First US appearance: Bloody Roar (Playstation 1997)
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Double Uppercut: Special (ground)
Dash Attack: Forward + Special (ground)
Spiral Fang: Up + Special (ground) or just Special (air, cling)


Name: Manjimaru
First Japanese appearance: Tengai Makyou II: Manjimaru (AKA Far East of
                           Eden 2)(PC Engine Super CD 1992)
First US appearance: Saturn Bomberman (Sega Saturn 1997)
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Sword Change: Special toggles between Fire or Thunder Swords
Sword Attack: Forward + Special (ground)
Heavenly Sword Attack: Up + Special (ground)


Name: Bimbougami (God of Poverty)
First Japanese appearance: Momotarou Densetsu (Famicom 1987)
First US appearance: Never
Combo: Attack-Attack-Attack
Die throwing: Special. After hitting an opponent, the die produces one
              of 6 different effects, depending on what side it lands
              on. All but the Red ? wear off over time. (ground or air)

              Yellow ?: Speed and jump power down
              Green ?: Control scramble
              Red ?: Take damage
              Blue ?: Attack and Guard disabled
              Mini Bimbougami: Bimbougami becomes Mini Bimbougami
              King Bimbougami: Yellow, Green, and Red effects
Gas Cloud: Special while a die is still on screen (ground or air)


Non-Playable Hudson Characters:

Name: Mujoe
First Japanese appearance: Saturn Bomberman (AKA Bomberman SS)
                           (Sega Saturn 1996)
First US appearance: Saturn Bomberman (Sega Saturn 1997)
Role: Host, Final Boss


Name: Haruna
First Japanese appearance: ?
First US appearance: Probably never
Role: Host


Name: Hige Hige Bandit
First Japanese appearance: Saturn Bomberman (AKA Bomberman SS)
                           (Sega Saturn 1996)
First US appearance: Saturn Bomberman (Sega Saturn 1997)
Role: Mujoe's support in the last cinema and final stage

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6. Stages
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Name: Power Pro Stadium
Origin: Powerful Pro Baseball

Name: Dracula Castle
Origin: Akumajou Dracula (Castlevania)
BGM: Bloody Tears

Name: Sky Fortress
Origin: Twinbee?

Name: Shell Factory
Origin: Metal Gear Solid 2
BGM: Metal Gear Solid

Name: Artificial Sun
Origin: Gradius
BGM: Burning Heat!

Name: Licca-chan House
Origin: Licca's toy line

Name: Giant Soldier Debasuta (Devastator)
Origin: Transformers toy line

Name: Tree House
Origin: Some toy line?

Name: Night City
Origin: ?
BGM: Be Cool!

Name: MicroEarth
Origin: Microman toy line

Name: Darkness/Devil Orchid
Origin: Tengai Makyou II: Manjimaru

Name: Floating Continent
Origin: ?

Name: Bomberman Battle
Origin: Bomberman

Name: Momotarou Railway (Electric Railway)
Origin: Momotarou Densetsu

Name: Adventure Island
Origin: Hudson's Adventure Island

Not Selectable in KyaraDama Survival: Dream Mix TV Studio
                                      (The Final Boss area)

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7. World Fighters Walkthrough
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Power Pro-Kun's Battles:
1: Licca
2: Bomberman
3: Simon Belmont and Momotarou
4: Microman
5: Yugo and Licca
6: Twinbee, Takahashi Meijin, and Takao

Simon Belmont's Battles:
1: Yugo
2: Microman
3: Twinbee and Bomberman
4: Takahashi Meijin
5: Convoy and Takao
6: Power Pro-Kun, Licca, and Momotarou

Twinbee's Battles:
1: Momotarou
2: Takao
3: Power Pro-Kun and Takahashi Meijin
4: Bomberman
5: Convoy and Licca
6: Simon Belmont, Microman, and Yugo

Solid Snake's Battles:
1: Simon Belmont
2: Yugo
3: Licca and Takao
4: Twinbee
5: Takahashi Meijin and Bomberman
6: Convoy, Microman, and Momotarou

Moai's Battles:
1: Licca
2: Bomberman
3:
4: Takao
5: Momotarou and Takahashi Meijin
6: Solid Snake, Simon Belmont, and Yugo

Licca's Battles:
1: Bomberman
2: Simon Belmont
3: Takao and Power Pro-Kun
4: Momotarou
5: Twinbee and
6: Convoy, Takahashi Meijin, and Yugo

Takao's Battles:
1: Simon Belmont
2:
3: Licca and Convoy
4: Power Pro-Kun
5: Bomberman and Yugo
6: Microman, Twinbee, and Takahashi Meijin

Convoy's Battles:
1: Yugo
2: Twinbee
3: Microman and Momotarou
4: Takahashi Meijin
5: Simon Belmont and Power Pro-Kun
6: Takao, Bomberman, and Licca

Microman's Battles:
1:
2: Bomberman
3: Convoy and Takao
4: Twinbee
5: Momotarou and Takahashi Meijin
6: Licca, Simon Belmont, and Yugo

Asuka's Battles:
1: Yugo
2: Simon Belmont
3:
4:
5:
6:

Megatron's Battles:
1: Convoy
2: Bomberman
3: Twinbee and Yugo
4: Licca
5: Takahashi Meijin and Simon Belmont
6: Takao, Asuka, and Momotarou

Bomberman's Battles:
1: Power Pro-Kun
2: Licca
3: Takahashi Meijin and Simon Belmont
4: Twinbee
5: Takao and Yugo
6: Momotarou, Convoy, and Microman

Momotarou's Battles:
1: Microman
2: Simon Belmont
3: Licca and Yugo
4: Convoy
5: Twinbee and Bomberman
6: Takahashi Meijin, Takao, and Power Pro-Kun

Takahashi Meijin's Battles:
1: Twinbee
2: Convoy
3: Bomberman and Momotaro
4: Simon Belmont
5: Microman and Licca
6: Takao, Power Pro-Kun, and Yugo

Yugo's Battles:
1: Takao
2: Twinbee
3: Momotarou and Power Pro-Kun
4: Microman
5: Simon Belmont and Convoy
6: Bomberman, Licca and Takahashi Meijin

Manjimaru's Battles:
1: Momotarou
2: Microman
3: Twinbee and Convoy
4:
5: Power Pro-Kun and Bomberman
6: Takahashi Meijin, Licca, and Simon Belmont

Bimbougami's Battles:
1: Momotarou
2: Simon Belmont
3: Convoy and Power Pro-Kun
4: Twinbee
5: Licca and Bomberman
6: Manjimaru, Yugo, and Takahashi Meijin

Fighting Mujoe's UFO:
   The main danger here is accidentally touching the UFO - it's an
instant hit if you bump into it. Jump Attacks and Rising Attacks work
well as long as you're careful, though. If you have a long-range
special attack, you can mix it in with your jumping attacks to play it
safe. Try to pick up the hearts he drops after he gets hit, as they
disappear right after touching the ground. This should be an easy
fight.

Mujoe's Attacks:
  Wrecking Ball: These are in the top corners of the stage. If you see
                 one start to move, drop to a lower platform to avoid
                 them.
  Confusion Beam: Mujoe winds up and fires a solid beam of energy that
                  reverses your controls temporarily. It doesn't go
                  through platforms and you can block to avoid getting
                  hit.
  Energy Balls: These 4 blasts are best dodged, as your guard usually
                gives out after blocking 3 of them.
  Reflecting Lasers: Just block them.
  3 Bombs: He must have learned something from Bomberman. They drop to
           the floor, so stay on a platform or just block them.
  Hige Hige Bandits: They appear in the lower corners of the stage and
                     fire triangle beams. Hit them or eventually you'll
                     fall into one of their shots. They usually drop
                     hearts, too.


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8. Caravan Mode Walkthrough
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1: Challenge Name: Life Attack
   Character: Licca
   Stage: Licca-chan House
   Requirements to pass: Score 8,000 points within one minute.
   Requirements for 1st place: Score 11,000 points.
   Tips: Run around collecting hearts, especially the big ones. Try not
         to get too far from the center as you don't want to be far
         away from the next place the hearts will appear. This one's a
         pretty random, so you'll need to try it repeatedly until you
         manage to score 11,000.
2: Challenge Name: Punch de Bomber (a play on Net de Bomber?)
   Character: Bomberman
   Stage: Giant Soldier Debasuta (Devastator)
   Requirements to pass: Score 8,000 points within one minute.
   Requirements for 1st place: Score 30,000 points.
   Tips: You must punch each bomb before it explodes. Never allow a
         bomb to explode next to you as it stuns you and wastes time.
         For every bomb that you hit without allowing one to explode,
         you score an extra 100 points, up to 800 points for each hit.
         Miss and the score reverts to 100 points and you must build up
         the bonus again. You're going to miss some of the bombs, so
         it's important to prioritize which ones you go after. If you
         see a batch of 3 on the left and 1 on the right, you need to
         hit the group of 3 and let the solitary bomb explode. Keep
         your bonuses going fairly consistently and you'll get first
         place.
3: Challenge Name: KyaraDama no Ouchi (Treehouse's Souls)
   Character: Takao
   Stage: Tree House
   Requirements to pass: Collect all 30 souls within one minute.
   Requirements for 1st place: Finish within 40 seconds.
   Tips: Just collect the souls efficiently. You can use Takao's
         Rising Knee (Jump, Up + Attack) to get extra height on a jump
         but it's not necessary. After a few tries you should get first
         place.
4: Challenge Name: Pick Up and Throw!
   Character: Power Pro-Kun
   Stage: Night City
   Requirements to pass: Score 8,000 points within one minute.
   Requirements for 1st place: Score 14,000 points, baby.
   Tips: You must grab the balls that appear next to you and throw them
         at the rising balloons. For each balloon you hit with one
         ball, you get an extra 100 point bonus, so the first balloon
         you hit will get you 100 while the 5th rewards you with 500.
         The key is to throw the ball through the balloons on the left
         side, and cause it to bounce through balloons on the right
         side. You can also throw upwardly but it's only necessary if
         there are no balloons near the middle or bottom. The pattern
         of the balloons rising is random, so you'll need to replay
         this one until you score some big combos and achieve first.
5: Challenge Name: Hanging On!
   Character: Twinbee
   Stage: Sky Fortress
   Requirements to pass: Collect all 20 hearts within one minute.
   Requirements for 1st place: Finish within 20 seconds.
   Tips: This challenge will teach you to cling to platforms. Oh, yes.
         Be ready to hit Up + Jump as soon as your hands get near the
         platform you are jumping to, or you'll miss it. It seems to be
         easier to cling when jumping sideways instead of straight up.
         Start out by grabbing onto platform A, jumping up to B, then
         jumping left onto the starting platform in order to gain the
         hearts above it. Hop back over to B then head to C, D, and E.
         The jump from E to F is tough. You may need to make an extra
         jump around F in order to get all the hearts in that area.
         Then head to G, and fall down to collect the last 3 hearts. Do
         all that flawlessly and you'll land first place like an ace.

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                                  *     *
           *   *               *      --G--
     *     *                --F--    *      *
  *      --B--    *     *      *   *        *
           *    --C--              --E--
                  *       --D--     *       *
           --A--            *
Start
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6: Challenge Name: KyaraDama Makyou II (a play on Tengai Makyou II)
   Character: Manjimaru
   Stage: Darkness/Devil Orchid
   Requirements to pass: Collect all 30 souls within one minute.
   Requirements for 1st place: Finish within 40 seconds.
   Tips: This challenge requires endless retries to get a 40 second
         score. You must continually shave off the seconds until you
         get there. There are 3 important strategies: use Manjimaru's
         Rising Slash (Jump, Up + Attack) to gain extra height on some
         of your jumps, jump and cling to the vines in order to get
         certain hearts, and minimize the time you spend in the air by
         jumping at the part of the ground that is closes to the
         platforms (marked as X and Y on the map).

   Start: Rising Slash on the way to 01, then turn around and jump at
   X2 while running to 02. Fall at X1, grab 03 then jump at Y2 to get
   to 04. Jump and cling, then jump and grab 05, clinging again. Jump
   to 06 then fall. Jump at X2, then Rising Slash up to 07. Fall at X1,
   get 08, turn and jump at X2 and go for 09. Jump at X1 for 10, then
   jump up at Y2 and run to 11. Carefully Rising Slash to 12, aiming so
   that you avoid Y1 and fall through 13. Jump at X1 and get 14, then
   jump and cling under 15. Jump and get it, falling carefully so
   you'll get 16 on the way down. Fall through the platform and get 17,
   then jump or Rising Slash to 18. Jump across from Y1, clinging under
   19, then jump and get it. Run to 20, then jump and cling under 21.
   Jump and get it, clinging afterwards. Jump and get 22, then
   immediately Rising Slash before landing to get 23. If you can, land
   on the right platform as you get 23. If not, jump at Y2 to go for
   24, then jump near Y1, falling carefully to get 26. Jump at X2, then
   jump and grab 27, clinging afterwards. Jump and get 28, landing on
   the right platform. Grab 29, then fall at Y1 or so to pick up 30.
   Whew!!!

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                                      06,  012        05
   07         21,19,22,23,15             25
                             28           -----------------------------
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            27                         18,16
20,09,02,14                      10, 01                 11,04,24,29
-----------------------X1               Y1-----------------------------
                                  13,26,30
                       X2   08       03,Y2
   Start               -----------------------                     17
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07: Challenge Name: Succeed with Guard!
    Character: Takahashi Meijin
    Stage: Adventure Island
    Requirements to pass: Score 8,000 points within one minute.
    Requirements for 1st place: Score 30,000 points.
     Tips: This time you must block balls being hurled at you in order
           to score. For every ball you block in a row you score an
           extra 100 points, up to 800 points for each ball. Miss and
           the score reverts to 100 points and you must build up the
           bonus again. The only way to beat 30,000 points is to
          memorize where each ball lands, so I've made a map which
          attempts to show you. The first challenge is blocking 11-13
          then getting under 14-15 before they land. Do that and you
          should be able to block 16-28 without much difficulty. It
          seems impossible to block both 29 and 30, so your score will
          reset there. You can still win, but only with 1 or 2 more
          misses after that. After defending 32, you'll need to get 33
          then really scramble to make it under 34. 40-45 are also
          toughies because you must guard, then step forward quickly
          and repeatedly to get them all. Practice and you'll get
          there!


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|                      Middle palm tree        ! = fast horizontal ball
|                         -------              - between #s = separator
|                           ||
|   Chest                   ||             Barrel     /Shoreline
|    |X|                    ||    Start     |X|      /
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     04    05 40-01-16-02-24!43-14   47       07      31
  29   30-06    11-17-03-25!44 15-36         08
  54   53-35    12-18-37       22-38         09
          39    13-19-48!42    23            32
                   20          45            34
             50!51-21          46
                   26!
                   27
                   28
                   33
                   41
                   49!
                   52

08: Challenge Name: KyaraDama Castle (Soul Castle)
    Character: Simon Belmont
    Stage: Dracula Castle
    Requirements to pass: Collect all 30 souls within one minute.
    Requirements for 1st place: Finish within 40 seconds.
     Level of evilness: Urotsukidoji
     Tips: This is easier than Challenge 6 except for the evil random
           Medusa Heads, which will screw up many otherwise good
           attempts.

Start: Drop down and jump under 01, doing a Rising Slash (Jump, Up-
Attack) up to platform B. Jump to 02, then jump and Rising Slash to 03.
Do a big jump and Rising Slash to get 04, falling onto 05 if possible.
Grab 06 (hopefully without the Medusa Heads getting you) then get under
07, turn left, jump and Rising Slash under it, which will net you 08 as
you land. Jump and cling to pole D, then jump and Rising Slash to 09,
landing on or near 10. Fall to 11, jump to 12, jump to 13, then run
right and fall through 14. Jump to 15, jump to 16 and cling, then jump
to 17, landing on 18. Jump and rising slash to 19, and fall through 20
or jump and grab it after landing on A. Fall through the floor to 21,
then jump back up and get 22. Jump to 23, then fall to 24. Run through
26, 27, and 28, avoiding Medusa Heads if you can. Turn and jump to 29,
then jump again for 30. That wasn't so bad!

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            09
                 |17
                 |         19                    03
                 |            04
                 --------D-------
                            02,16    30        13,23
10       18   08                     20        -------C------
--------B---------
                 07              12,22,29  15
                             --------A-------
            01                         ^Start              14

06,26            11     05,25,27     21       24,28
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What do you get for scoring first place on all 8 Caravan challenges?
Nothing! My name is Hudson Soft and I hate you, the consumer! Bwa ha!!!

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9. Secrets
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Unlocking Characters

Solid Snake: Beat World Fighters Mode with Power Pro-Kun, Simon
             Belmont, or Twinbee
Moai: Beat World Fighters mode with Power Pro-Kun, Simon
      Belmont, Twinbee, and Solid Snake.
Asuka: Beat World Fighters Mode with Likka, Takao, Convoy, or
       Microman.
Megatron: Beat World Fighters Mode with Licca, Takao, Convoy,
          Microman, and Asuka
Manjimaru: Beat World Fighters Mode with Bomberman, Momotarou,
           Takahashi Meijin, or Yugo
Bimbougami: Beat World Fighters Mode with Bomberman, Momotarou,
            Takahashi Meijin, and Manjimaru

Unlocking Stages

Artificial Sun: Beat World Fighters Mode with Moai.
Shell Factory: Beat World Fighters Mode with Solid Snake.
Tree House: Beat World Fighters Mode with Megatron.
Darkness/Devil Orchid: Beat the game with Manjimaru.
Floating Continent: Beat the game with Bimbougami.

A Rank Rewards:
Coming soon!

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10. Special Thanks
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If you helped me with the FAQ, I would thank you here. Phoenix has been
great, you know!

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11. Links
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These are some Japanese links you might enjoy. Use
babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/tr to translate them if you like.

Dream Mix TV: World Fighters Official Website
worldfighters.com

Hudson Soft Website:
hudson.co.jp

Konami Japan Website:
konami.co.jp

Takara Website
takaratoys.co.jp

Whack-a-mole with Momotarou Densetsu characters:
hudson.co.jp/hde/vol007/omake/shot/index.html

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12. Contact Information
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If we've made any mistakes, please let us know. I would be happy to
answer questions by email as well.

Name: Paul Acevedo
Email: suppliesx@dbzmail.com
Xbox Live Gamertag: EastX

Name: Phoenix Roberts
Email: hushicho@comcast.net

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