Ragnarok Mobile: Sure 120 Kills in Ultraman Rift Dungeon Earth Crevice

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This guide was made to spare you guys from the many failures we had to go through before reaching the 120 kill point at Ragnarok Mobile Sea Event: Ultraman Rift  Dungeon Earth Crevice .



Step 1: Memorize the Monster Names and Buffs


Step 2: Always remember to spam manually the normal attack to avoid knock back (don't do auto because it sometimes goes nuts)

Step 3: Always allocate a member in each of the 4 spots


Step 4: In case you receive a buff during one round, save that for the next round.

Step 5: Communicate with your team mates and trade places so you can go to the spawning spot of the monster matching your buff before the round begins (you have five seconds to run for it).

Step 6: Familiarize yourselves with the spawining points as listed here: (priorities those with *)
King Joe - always ramdom except for round 4 there are two stationed at D

Round 1:
A - Golza * - if possible 1 member with buff should go here immediately
B - one member should quickly run here
C and D - other members should unite to clear this

 Round 2:
A - Baltan*
B- Eleking*
C - Gomora
D - Golza - allocate two members here if possible

Round 3:
A - Gomora
B - Bemstar and Eleking * - allocate two members here
C - Baltan
D - Golza

Round 4:
A - Eleking
B -  many mixed mobs so allocate two members here
C - Bemstar and Gomora
D - only two King Joe - one member should start here and go help others after

So follow these tips and you will surely achieve the Cosmic Garrison Title



Special credits for knowledge, boosting and photo to my guildmates at INFINITE [MOON].


To Butter Who Melted Our Hearts... (Pet Obituaries)

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2018...  We lost Mochi... and we also lost Butter.   
Butter left us just a few days before New Year and a few days before her birthday.

Butter has always been sickly.  She was going on and off Sharpei fever.  But, even when she was ill and weak, she wold try her best to be disciplined and sweet.

On most days, Butter would sleep the pain away.  The only hint would be the tears in her eyes.

On her last days, her legs were to wobbly for her to stand and go out.  She couldn't eat.  We had her admitted at St. Loius Veterinary Clinic in Banawe.

The night before she died, I had slightly dozed off on the commute on the way home.  When I saw her!  She was looking at me intently with her meaningful puppy dog  eyes through the glass sliding door of my terrace as if calling me to let her in.

Immediately, I sent a message to the family to ask the vet for update but there was none.  The next day after lunch, we called to update and visit her but the vet said she was dying.  We rushed over there but it was too late.

It was a shocking moment.  I wonder if she felt we abandoned her.  Like Kiwi and Mochi, I made the same mistake of not being there on the last breaths... I pray that she will always know that we love her.

It was a long holiday.  Pet Valley was able to pick her up for cremation but could not schedule her wake.    The only way we could bid goodbye is only through prayers.  I hope it suffice...   Farewell Butter.  May you rest well with Kiwi and Mochi