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As you know, Ness made his debut in the game EarthBound for the SNES. Now one of the PSI abilities that he, as well as another player named Poo, can learn is called PSI Teleport. As the name suggests, this PSI power gives you the ability to warp to places you've already visited. There are two versions of this power-up, PSI Teleport α (you warp by running in ...


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The photographer in Earthbound is triggered when you step into certain areas for the first time. I believe there's an actual trigger for entering/standing in a particular location or on certain game events (ie, killing a boss monster or talking to a person) that causes him to appear. This means that your encounters with him are essentially scripted - you ...


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Yes, the very same Tomato (the owner of EarthBound Central and the fan translator of MOTHER 3 into English) has an extensive comparison site specifically for this question: http://earthboundcentral.com/m2eb/ There's probably more than you ever wanted to know about the differences between these two games. :)


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There's some fan theories about it's purpose/creation but nothing is ever explicitly said about it's origins, and there aren't many hints regarding it that I ever noticed either. It was dug up under Liar X Aggerate's house and caused several relevant events over the course of Earthbound (Mother 2) but no origins are really stated. There might be minor ...


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If you want to visit all of the photo spots ("fuzzy pickles!"), you must buy this luxurious villa. The trigger point is about in front of the couch. Otherwise, there's no mechanical point in buying this house. You'd do better to only bite the bullet once you're ready to start looking at your album. Nudge nudge, wink wink. At that point, you should have ...


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They're used in a couple of spots as "flavor text" - your favorite thing will change the name of one of your Psi attacks, and your favorite food will be offered to you at times. (Among other uses for the food you choose, I believe your mother will offer it to you if you return to your house later in the game, and it counts as fully restoring your party's HP ...



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