The last item you use should, ideally, be a Snowman Piece. Without that bonus you'll need a near-perfect blocking game to survive many of her attacks, which I never achieved. First, as far as I know, you always get an 'accurate' attack if you've already killed everything else in the area, so long as you hit him at all. They are equivalent to the L Hero sandwiches you'll come across later, so don't feel like you need to be stingy. Same deal here: murder everything. Take advantage of that moment.
Just stay on your toes and its not too hard to block. You can use his hand motions to figure out where he's going to throw you, giving you a bit more of an edge than waiting for red damage zone boxes to flash on the screen. The General Tips section is made up of advice from , so thanks to the users there. You just need to clear out the Ruins before you fight Toriel. Arrows only come in from the left and right sides. Sans on the other hand went down on the first.
Aftermath I won't spoil what happens once you've beaten Sans and moved on, but the rest of the Genocide route is pretty straightforward - at least until the very end. I'm not entirely sure what triggers it - I think it appeared after a fought Glyde, or at least after speaking to Sans near its cave? Not much to say here; battle your way through. Unlike many other bosses the last boss of Genocide included there's no buffer when you hit 1 hp. Unlike on most runs, you can backtrack to other locations after beating him. I'm not sure it's worth it to save the Snowman Pieces. It's possible to survive either way, of course, but I think the Pieces will do a lot more good here than they will at the end.
At first, I hated your stupid saccharine schtick, but. Leveling up further should be impossible, as all monsters before this fight should have been killed. For some it's actually crazily navigating them, for me I just go left a little, wait, left a little, wait, left a little, wait, up and around the next incoming arrow above, straight up for the slower circular one. Toby's next project is , a legend whispered among shadows. I personally used them just to adapt to the fight, learn how to dodge her patterns, and when I finally got it down, switched back to the tutu and shoes. After Undyne chases the protagonist into , she collapses because her armor heats up. It's pretty much equal to the tough glove in terms of power and will give you a much needed boost in invincibility frames.
Feel free to share but please give credit. I personally found the speed increase distracting, but that may just be because I spent so long without using it that I got used to the slower movement speed. After the two leave, Undyne asks the protagonist if anime is real or not and thanks them for helping with Alphys. Though she wants to defeat the protagonist, she also tries to be fair and offers an explanation of how works. The first half begins to get easier and easier as you keep playing.
She teaches him how to cook in hopes that he changes his mind about joining the Royal Guard. If you are fighting Undyne the Undying, you're on a Genocide run. Don't tell him I said that! Eventually you'll start to memorize patterns in the small arrow parts, and know what to do to take less damage. Clad in her full suit of armor, she pursues through the entirety of and is frequently evaded or inadvertently thwarted by the. She no longer has an eyepatch, and her newly revealed empty eye socket emits a flashing light in the shape of a spear. Like the ones at the top where the switch is? Yep, murder murder death death.
Maybe when you go back to Gerson for those items, get some Sea Tea as well, that speeds you up in battle and might make the circle and chasing spears a bit easier to dodge. Here's a tip to make the wait shorter: right after you kill a monster, before saving or whatever, exit the room, return to it, and then hit Alt and Tab at the same time. Eeeey, buddy, this page belongs to. Learn which attacks you're better at dodging and use healing items when an attack you know you struggle with is coming up. Later on, Undyne approaches the protagonist as Monster Kid hangs on to the side of a bridge. The two became close friends soon after, with Alphys introducing her to anime at some point. So, I don't regret making this - but, let's just say, my enthusiasm was in different places.
The Royal Guard is disbanded. Papyrus agrees to spare Frisk and forgives them for their misdeeds, believing that everyone deserves a second chance. You need to memorize Sans' pattern to stand a chance. When you start up Undertale, it will be a completely new game, erasing all memories of characters. Follow the pattern, that's all I have to say. With it, you can alter your stats, items, and pretty much bypass anything in the game.