This guide shares Undertale Last Corridor Trello and Discord server links. Most Roblox games have a Trello and These Roblox Game Trello helps players understand a game’s basics and cover every aspect of it.
In this Undertale Last Corridor Trello, You will find the official link of Trello and some useful guides. You can find the Undertale Last Corridor Discord link on the game’s listing page on Roblox.
Undertale Last Corridor Trello is somehow similar to Undertale Last Corridor Wiki, Where you can find information about, Bosses, Clans Information, Grinding Tips, Stats, GUI, NPC, Trainers, Clan Trainers and Other useful information that help you level up your gameplay.
Before we go to Trello Link Section, I want to tell you to tell the information about the Location in-game.
Undertale Last Corridor Trello Guide
Execution Points (EXP, for short) are gained by killing the Chara team as Sans (doesn’t have to be the ENTIRE team, can be just one person) and killing the Sans as an alive member of the Chara team at the end of the round.
EXP allows you to level up the CURRENT Sans / Chara that you’re playing as and gain new upgrades. (some characters don’t have upgrades, check to see if there’s an “Upgrade” button next to them.)
As Sans, you gain 20 EXP per kill. (note, if they have DT, you gain exp for killing their second life too.)
On the Chara team, you get 20 EXP per win (bugged that you gain EXP even if you are dead)
The amount of stamina the character has AND the amount each move uses. For example, a character with 6/6 Stamina might have a lot of stamina and have moves that use a low amount of stamina. You use stamina when you use an ability and gain it back by waiting, if you stand still for a bit you will gain stamina back faster.
The cooldown on the character’s abilities. For example, a character with 6/6 Attack Speed might have very spammable abilities.
The damage on the character’s abilities. For example, a character with 6/6 Attack Power might have very high damage abilities, or abilities that deal a medium amount of damage incredibly fast.
Critical hits are attacks that do more damage than usual (roughly 33% more, usually).
How do you perform a critical hit?
The most common way of landing a crit is to hold down left click. If your weapon can crit, then after 2(ish) seconds, you will swing your weapon automatically and deal 33% more damage.
The second method of crits are to swing your weapon (or do a regular crit) and click again. If you get the timing right, you should swing again after 2 seconds right after you click. This can be done to chain critical hits much easier once you have the timing down.
Something that most players don’t know is that you can actually store your critical attack for a few seconds. To store a critical, do the 2nd method where you chain your crit, but right as you start the chain, either switch to something else or unequip your weapon. Wait two seconds (you can go up to approx. 5 seconds) and then hold out your weapon again. You will automatically swing, sometimes even catching the Sans off-guard.
Are they useful?
It depends. For example, the Golden Pan does slightly less damage than a normal critical attack, but heals 2x what it would usually heal. Some characters, like UT!Chara, can utilize criticals to their fullest potential. A good example of this is:
- Store your crit
- Try to hit the Sans
And some weapons can get a little bit of extra damage. So, really, it depends if you can use them right or not.
Undertale Last Corridor Trello Link
Here is a Link to the official Undertale Last Corridor Trello
On Undertale Last Corridor Trello, you will find information and guides about the game. Here is some of the information you can still find there:
- Book Location
Undertale Last Corridor Trello FAQ
Q: What is the Undertale Last Corridor Trello?
A: The Undertale Last Corridor Trello is a platform where players can find information and guides about the game. It covers various aspects of the game, including maps/locations, book locations, boss information, codes, clans, and skills.
Q: Is the Undertale Last Corridor Trello the same as the game’s Wiki?
A: No, the Undertale Last Corridor Trello is not the same as the game’s Wiki, but it covers similar information.
Q: What kind of information can I find on the Undertale Last Corridor Trello?
A: On the Undertale Last Corridor Trello, you can find information about various aspects of the game, including boss information, book locations, clans, codes, maps/locations, and skills.
Q: Can I get in-game rewards from the Undertale Last Corridor Trello?
A: No, you cannot get in-game rewards from the Undertale Last Corridor Trello. It is only a platform where players can find information and guides about the game.