Omori draws many comparisons to Undertale. In Undertale, you can choose to follow a Pacifist route where you can play the game without engaging in any battle.
What Is A Pacifist Route?
In Undertale, the Pacifist Route (also known as the True Pacifist Route) leads to one of the endings. Many believe following the Pacifist Route in Undertale leads to the true ending of Undertale meant to give the best (happiest) conclusion of the game.
Much like Undertale, Omori has multiple routes and endings. However, is there a neutral route in Omori? Can you go through Omori without gaining any experience and only playing the game for its story?
Does Omori Have A Pacifist Route?
The main battle system in Omori requires you to understand how emotions work.
Your first battle takes place in the Forest Playground when Boss captures basil. Unfortunately, you’re unable to skip this battle. It’s required to progress through the story.
After you defeat Boss, you must go through a battle tutorial involving multiple sprout moles. This means there’s no way to play Omori without engaging in any combat.
There’s no way to avoid combat in Omori. Since you’re able to see the enemies on the map, you could theoretically avoid them, but it’s not recommended as mandatory boss battles would be difficult, and it would be hard to progress through the game when your characters aren’t leveled.
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