83

Go back to Al Gore's shed and punch him. This will initiate a battle, after which he will stop spamming you. Afterwards, he will still be your friend, even though the quest to remove him has completed.


58

... aaand it's NOT gone, as it turns out! While, yes, this is callback to the Margarita Ville episode, you can get your money back! After you gain the ability to shrink, you can go behind the counter through a mouse hole and hit the banker with your melee weapon to start combat. Once you beat him, his body will have an amount of coins on him equal to 150% ...


23

The 4 people you have to fart on are: Mayor of South Park. (Located in her office) Father Maxi. (Located on a bench outside of the Mayor Office) Principal Victoria. (Located in the community center) Minister of Montreal (Locked in a cave in Cananda. You need to fart on him before talking to him or he disappears forever). This achievement might be glitchy. ...


19

This happens So yes, just wait and find out :)


17

They're basically identical. Aside from the buddies available to you during the school invasion, events play out essentially identically.


16

You should be able to find your save files here: %USERPROFILE%\Documents\My Games\South Park - The Stick of Truth\save


16

Junk is exactly as you described, vendor trash. One reason for keeping it is for the achievement For the Horde. This requires you to not sell a single item (including junk) in a play-through. If you've already sold some stuff though, not all is lost as there is the achievement, Junk Peddler, which requires you to sell 300 pieces of junk. And whilst you are ...


16

There isn't an enormous amount of variation, but there's some. First off, as you've noted, every class can equip all weapons and armor. Every class can also make use of the various 'fart' spells that you'll learn throughout the game. The main difference comes in the special abilities available to each class through the use of Power Points, and the upgrades ...


16

There's no reason to. It's just an interactive object for the sake of having an interactive object.


14

At first try as lvl 9 thief I got down to 1 special agent and suddenly lost like 100% of my health from the "screwed" effect in one turn, and lost, which sucked since I could have won if I just cured myself. Each other attempt at battling him went from bad to worse, I would die in 2-3 turns...Which means I was extremely lucky the first time. So luck and ...


14

You must set Jimmy as your active buddy and then head to the farm. If Jimmy is your active buddy, the Rancher will be there, and after some dialogue he'll give you the key to the barn. Unless you can soak a lot of damage or have the means to take out a couple enemies in a single turn, I highly recommend keeping Jimmy as your buddy for the fight in the barn, ...


13

Dire AIDS inflicts a combat debuff on your player that causes minor health damage each turn. Unlike other debuffs, Dire AIDS has no duration, persists in between combats, and is not curable through consumable items. The only way to get rid of it is to visit the hospital in Canada. Dire AIDS does have some benefit. If you complete the final battle while ...


13

No, you can't prevent Randy from being violently anal probed. The game deliberately makes it impossible by requiring multiple colors to be pressed simultaneously, while only recognizing one color pressed at a time.


11

One easy way to tell, I've found, is by how your character holds the weapon when equipped. In the inventory screen, if the new kid extends his arm, resting the bottom of the weapon on the ground, it is two handed. If his arm is down and the weapon is held out at a nearly forty-five degree angle, it is one handed. If there's any remaining doubt: equip the ...


10

The six Kindergartners are in the following locations: Outside Mr. Slave's house In the sewers Inside the bank (behind the desk at the top-left) Outside the tower of peace (behind a lamp post) Starks Pond The farm (Bottom left corner) They are a side-quest, and are not required for continuing on with the main quest. Although they do boost your friend list ...


10

While in combat You have to select it from your inventory just as you would any other consumable item. Then use it on opponent.


10

You get a debuff at every fight. If i recall correctly: minor health drain at every turn.


8

There's no limit, other than your own sanity in trying to manage your inventory. In fact, there's even an Achievement for completing the game without selling anything, ever.


8

He is in the church again, behind the lectern. Turn the spotlights so that they both point at the cross, and hit the light switch by the door on the right. You'll see his shadow on the cross, so go behind the lectern and look for the action button indicator, and you've found him.


8

You'll still be able to roam and play the sub-quests after finishing the main quest.


8

They told you that there was no point in fighting them... In order for the story to advance you have to go with them, so he game will railroad you into it eventually. If you insist on killing elves after hearing them out, you'll have several opportunities to display your loyalty to the KKK.


7

This is a reference to the episode "Margarita Ville" of Southpark in Season 13, Episode 3, which is related to the banking crash a couple of years ago. You can see the original scene here: So yeah, it is a scam.


7

No, there's no option to skip an attack. What you can do is either use a Power Potion and then a spell (items are a 'free' action, and there's really no point in hoarding consumables), or use the 'Switch Buddy' command to swap in a different team member with a ranged attack, such as Kenny. Alternately, just eat the Riposte. Honestly, they usually don't do ...


7

Stock up on speed potions - If you have the cash to buy a supply of the speed+attack coffee from the Twitch Bros shop, do so, but you'll want all the speed potions you can carry. You'll probably have a sufficient supply of PP restoring potions, but they are also fairly useful, so ensure you have plenty. First important point, get the timing on blocking the ...


7

The hobo merchant will not sell you the goth clothing just yet, that comes later along the main quest, on the second day after the announcement of the the new Taco Bell at the South Park mall, Cartman will tell you that the elves stole the stick in the middle of the night, and that the humans will need reinforcements from the goth kids. Deliver Cartman's ...


7

You are probably missing this one since he is hardest to find.He is marked by red circle on the image. Go to the bus stop(near southpark sign),then go left over the road,where you will see girl on the bench,you will see few trees near her.Now if you go behind those trees you will see that there is a hidden path through the fence,follow the mud road and you ...


7

Contrary to the title, you should be looking for a wolf rather than a dog. As you saw yourself, there aren't many dogs to be found, if any at all. To find a wolf, go to the lost forest, take a few turns, and you should easily find yourself a wolf to fart on. A common issue with this is that if you progressed to the late game, after the zombie outbreak (...


6

There's an achievement for beating the game while rocking the The Hoff Nose Job, and unlike the other options, it also provides some pretty significant visual customization. At a minimum, it's worth trying it and reloading a save for a laugh. Beyond that, characters around you will remark on your 'new' face as you wander around South Park. Particularly if ...


6

When I went to his shed (u-store it - it's the first shed on the left when you get around to the back, facing Mackey's storage shed mmkay) it took me a couple of times to figure out how to actually beat him with his secret service agents. The way I handled him was fight alongside Cartman. I was a warrior and would constantly do the attack to freeze him and ...


6

The correct list is: Mayor Father Maxi Principal Victoria Prime Minister of Canada


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