Like a big cross, this floor starts you off on the east side. Go towards the center of the intersection and destroy the enemies left by the portal. Keep going west for a virus core I and then go back. You can go up north into a large room with two magic portals and a treasure chest, or simply go south down to B3.
The room right outside the staircase room gives you an option of going left or right. Although they both have one path to follow, the path to the left leads to a virus core H, whereas the path to the right leads you to B4. If you choose to get the virus core H, you'll have to deal with twice the amount of magic portals as compared by just going right--each room beside the virus core and staircase has a magic portal just waiting for you.
Faced off with another split almost immediately on B4, you can either go left or right--they lead up to the same large room. If interested in obtaining a virus core G, go left, past the large room into another T-shaped room and go west. Pick up the the core and go east into the large room. Handle the monsters here and go up north to B5 or continue going right for more fights and chests.
Boss Fight: Skull DevilgonA monster weak to lightning attacks, this boss is easier than others. Again, have a designated healer to watch over the attackers and data drain it as the opportunity arises. Once drained, you can either kill it or try your luck to drain it again for either a virus core I, Minerva, or Tri-Tips. Once dead, go west to mop up some more portals or proceed right to the Gott Statue, guarded by a magic portal one room prior. When you're done, return back to Lia Fail.
With half of the areas explored given by the Net Slum inhabitants, it should be known that each of these levels has a data bug for you to bash. Oh--and you don't get automatically warped out. Well, live and learn. Gear up and have three of the following virus cores J, C, G, and L to enter.
B2 only has one path to follow until you reach a split. When you do reach that split, do not go south as it leads to B3. Go west first to obtain a virus core G. Other than that, there is a magic portal in every room on this level which can make it lengthy.
Run south of the staircase once you start B4. At the split, decide to see if you want a virus core H on the west path or continue on to the right. Make sure you pick up that chest right in front of you before you do anything though. Both of these paths are one way and there are only three portals on this level: two blocking the way of the virus core and one guarding the room before the staircase on the right.
Another floor with not so much action but not so much boredom. Handle the portal outside the room you just came out from. Go up north to obtain a virus core I or go west into a large room. Another room with another portal, take out the trash and go north until you reach the staircase to B5.
Boss Fight: Psyche VisionThis time around, the data bug does not have any weaknesses. It's up to you again to decide who the designated healer will be. Have your allies use their skills and heal them whenever necessary. As always, if you feel brave enough, join in with your companions to make the fight end quicker. When possible, data drain it to obtain a virus core Y. After being drained, barrage it with your attacks to either kill it or data draining it again. You will receive a virus core L, Maestro Axe, or a pair of Hades Gloves.
If you just want to descend to B5, you can face one magic portal. From the staircase, go west two rooms while picking up the grunty food. Heading south now will lead you into a large room with a magic portal and a virus core I just south once more. If you're in a rush, go west once more. Another split in this room, going left will land you in a room with one chest and one magic portal. Go up instead and pick up the grunty food. Keep going all the way east until you reach the end while grabbing the chests on the way. Head back up now into a large room with a magic portal. Clear it and go up once again to B5.
The room immediately outside the staircase room has three splits. Go west and east first for a free chest and a virus core H. Go up to continue into another three room split. In this second room, you can go west and east again to fight four magic portals, two chests and two grunty foods. If you're in the rush for bloodlust, go up north until you reach the data bug.
Boss Fight: Dark AsteroidNormally this guy has a weakness to thunder attacks--not this time. At least, not yet until you drain it. Keep attacking it and as usual, have one party in your group as the designated healer. If one of your allies are cast asleep by this monster, quickly heal them. By now you should know that resurrects, antidotes, and restoratives are your best friends. Data drain it when you get the first opportunity in order to start afflicting damage and obtaining a virus core Z.Now being a normal enemy, use your thunder skills to quickly put an end to this monster. Once dead, go west in this room for the Gott Statue prizes or go east for two more magic portals. Now that you're done with getting the virus cores, it's time to tackle some of the side quests. Head back to the server and take care of any business you have left before starting off again.
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