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PostSubject: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Fri Mar 29, 2013 2:47 am

I can't believe this hasn't been posted already.


so yeah, this is a thread to either show off your "masters" skills or to ask question about them.


I got a question, when can you know when the pitfall trap is ready to set another one?
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Fri Mar 29, 2013 8:25 am

I think trial and error would be best in this case. I've only used it once so I am not entirely sure I tend to keep them at their basic masks it seems they are most effective when using those masks. My best guess is probably between 2-3 minutes.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Fri Mar 29, 2013 9:22 am

It's actually a lot longer than that. The pitfall trap takes about 15 - 17 minutes to recharge, and gains faster recovery for each level the mask obtains.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Fri Mar 29, 2013 9:17 pm

i love giving cha cha my meat, and then feeding him the burnt ones he returns to me, so much shaka poo :D

i am wondering what combo of attack, affinity, element, element up would give them the most damage.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Fri Mar 29, 2013 10:26 pm

^I gave Cha-cha Slime Attack, Hunter, and Enrage with the Mystery Pot mask and Kayamba Blood Brother, Slime Attack and Seven Lives. The strategy is that Cha-cha will do a lot of damage at first, then die (hopefully) and then Kayamba gets a permanent buff while getting stronger each time he dies. And the slimes stack.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:06 pm

CHA cHA @ ultimate mask
Speedy recovery
Flash
Earplugs

With ultimate mask chacha is nearly untouchable outside of his rage mode. Earplugs is so he can help teammates who are stunned by roars while speedy recovery means chacha goes back to dancing/hearing duty posthaste.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 2:26 am

I thought I'd try and get a kick out of using the last stand ability and the artillery mask. XD


Cha cha and kayamba are actually pretty cool though.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 2:34 am

Cha-Cha was nice enough to kill Diablos for me.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 7:00 am

I've found that it's best to differentiate the shakalakas as much as possiblle (as in, give them each separate masks to master.) I've been using Kayamba as my primary companion in Tanzia so I've leveled up his mastery over the Pincer Mask, Lamp Mask, Nullberry Mask, Stink Mask, Pitfall Mask and Mystery Pot Mask. While I've made Cha Cha learn the Acorn Mask, Grill Mask, Fluffy Mask, Ancient Mask and Whetstone Mask. Since you only get one at a time in Tanzia I've mostly grromed Kayamba to by my Swiss Army Knife and Cha Cha to be useful for the Fluffy Mask and Ancient Mask for quests that demand psychoserum or air philters. Cha Cha gets most of his work in offline mode for the Grill Mask and gathering.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 7:05 am

@Paralykeet wrote:
I've found that it's best to differentiate the shakalakas as much as possiblle (as in, give them each separate masks to master.) I've been using Kayamba as my primary companion in Tanzia so I've leveled up his mastery over the Pincer Mask, Lamp Mask, Nullberry Mask, Stink Mask, Pitfall Mask and Mystery Pot Mask. While I've made Cha Cha learn the Acorn Mask, Grill Mask, Fluffy Mask, Ancient Mask and Whetstone Mask. Since you only get one at a time in Tanzia I've mostly grromed Kayamba to by my Swiss Army Knife and Cha Cha to be useful for the Fluffy Mask and Ancient Mask for quests that demand psychoserum or air philters. Cha Cha gets most of his work in offline mode for the Grill Mask and gathering.
there is something seriously wrong if you need to rely on shakalakas for air/sharpening/cooking.

Just saying.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 7:17 am

I'm kinda confused about how the mystery pot and the grill mask work, how do I give cha cha items for the pot? And is the grill just so you don't have to carry a BBQ set and just use his mask, or is there something I am missing?
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 7:54 am

On topic - Kayamba is better than Cha-cha because of his butt dance, k thx bye.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 8:09 am

@haruno wrote:
@Paralykeet wrote:
I've found that it's best to differentiate the shakalakas as much as possiblle (as in, give them each separate masks to master.) I've been using Kayamba as my primary companion in Tanzia so I've leveled up his mastery over the Pincer Mask, Lamp Mask, Nullberry Mask, Stink Mask, Pitfall Mask and Mystery Pot Mask. While I've made Cha Cha learn the Acorn Mask, Grill Mask, Fluffy Mask, Ancient Mask and Whetstone Mask. Since you only get one at a time in Tanzia I've mostly grromed Kayamba to by my Swiss Army Knife and Cha Cha to be useful for the Fluffy Mask and Ancient Mask for quests that demand psychoserum or air philters. Cha Cha gets most of his work in offline mode for the Grill Mask and gathering.
there is something seriously wrong if you need to rely on shakalakas for air/sharpening/cooking.

Just saying.

Huh? It's just convenience things- they are there and so they're fun for the novelty. "Need" no. Fun utility? Sure. I needed for Cha Cha to do something convenient as opposed to my training Kayamba with the better hunting masks.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 8:41 am

@haruno wrote:
@Paralykeet wrote:
I've found that it's best to differentiate the shakalakas as much as possiblle (as in, give them each separate masks to master.) I've been using Kayamba as my primary companion in Tanzia so I've leveled up his mastery over the Pincer Mask, Lamp Mask, Nullberry Mask, Stink Mask, Pitfall Mask and Mystery Pot Mask. While I've made Cha Cha learn the Acorn Mask, Grill Mask, Fluffy Mask, Ancient Mask and Whetstone Mask. Since you only get one at a time in Tanzia I've mostly grromed Kayamba to by my Swiss Army Knife and Cha Cha to be useful for the Fluffy Mask and Ancient Mask for quests that demand psychoserum or air philters. Cha Cha gets most of his work in offline mode for the Grill Mask and gathering.
there is something seriously wrong if you need to rely on shakalakas for air/sharpening/cooking.

Just saying.

I would say there is something seriously right.
:D
no need for those three item slots, great for gathering.... and having them do the dirty work is nice. :P
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 10:45 am

I'm currently building them both to be support companions with the Fluffy mask and Nullberry mask and stuff like earplugs, defense boost, and guard boost. Gonna switch the Fluffy mask for something else later on, since having only one ability isn't cool.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 2:12 pm

@pumpkinslayer wrote:
I'm kinda confused about how the mystery pot and the grill mask work, how do I give cha cha items for the pot? And is the grill just so you don't have to carry a BBQ set and just use his mask, or is there something I am missing?


the BBQ mask let's you use the mask as a double split BBQ and it doesn't take a spot on your inventory.

to give items to the mystery pot, you open your pouch and click on the item you want to give, the option of "give" should be there
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 3:10 pm

@Lalo wrote:
@pumpkinslayer wrote:
I'm kinda confused about how the mystery pot and the grill mask work, how do I give cha cha items for the pot? And is the grill just so you don't have to carry a BBQ set and just use his mask, or is there something I am missing?


the BBQ mask let's you use the mask as a double split BBQ and it doesn't take a spot on your inventory.

to give items to the mystery pot, you open your pouch and click on the item you want to give, the option of "give" should be there

Thanks, I guess the grill mask is kinda pointless for me then because I have enough space in my pouch for a BBQ, and I'm used to the music of the regular set >.>
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 4:15 pm

@pumpkinslayer wrote:
Thanks, I guess the grill mask is kinda pointless for me then because I have enough space in my pouch for a BBQ, and I'm used to the music of the regular set >.>

The double BBQ is much better, if you press the running button the hunter will put two meat and so on, and so on. you can get 10 well-done steaks really fast
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 4:21 pm

@Lalo wrote:
@pumpkinslayer wrote:
Thanks, I guess the grill mask is kinda pointless for me then because I have enough space in my pouch for a BBQ, and I'm used to the music of the regular set >.>

The double BBQ is much better, if you press the running button the hunter will put two meat and so on, and so on. you can get 10 well-done steaks really fast

I know, I just cook better with the music xd
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 5:50 pm

@Lalo wrote:
@pumpkinslayer wrote:
I'm kinda confused about how the mystery pot and the grill mask work, how do I give cha cha items for the pot? And is the grill just so you don't have to carry a BBQ set and just use his mask, or is there something I am missing?


the BBQ mask let's you use the mask as a double split BBQ and it doesn't take a spot on your inventory.

to give items to the mystery pot, you open your pouch and click on the item you want to give, the option of "give" should be there
you can also give meat to the grill mask wearer, and they will cook it for you. handy for getting more meat than you can carry.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 5:58 pm

I think someone already asked this,but how old is cha-cha really? I've seen quotes during the game that suggest cha-cha is a grandpa,but eh.
Just curious about his age,he acts like a child.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 6:00 pm

@Andy124 wrote:
I think someone already asked this,but how old is cha-cha really? I've seen quotes during the game that suggest cha-cha is a grandpa,but eh.
Just curious about his age,he acts like a child.

well, he says he is on his "coming of age" journey. so I would assume a kid. also, many characters call him a kid or a "little tyke." so younger makes more sense, especially with how he acts.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Sat Mar 30, 2013 6:22 pm

@Andy124 wrote:
I think someone already asked this,but how old is cha-cha really? I've seen quotes during the game that suggest cha-cha is a grandpa,but eh.
Just curious about his age,he acts like a child.


Cha-cha is a kid coming to adulthood of shakalakas


the different masks makes cha-cha and kayamba change personalities: Ancient mask makes him act like an old man, pitfall makes them act like a sargent, grill they act like they just want steak and so on.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Mon Apr 01, 2013 3:26 pm

Has for me i have this set up:
For gathering kambaya with fluffy mask with gathering and chacha with mistery mask so i can give him junk and get good stuff (wethsones = demondrugs lolz), also with gathering and defence boost.

For atacking kayamba with pincer and rage and chacha with the false felyne mask.

Now comes my questions:
1. Wath is the fastest way to level them up? like an especific quest or something or just play with them?.
2. How fast can you get the chu chu tickets and how do you know you can get one? becouse i just got 2 by random going to the Marine in tanzania.

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PostSubject: Re: Kayamba and Cha-cha thread   Mon Apr 01, 2013 10:04 pm

they will level up naturally, but it is sped up by feeding them meat. so rations, well done steaks, pink liver. i think burnt steak will work too. there is also an argosy captain trade, ethnic wyvernmeat which afaik is the best meat for the shakalakas.
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