Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part One
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Two
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Three
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Four
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Five
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Six
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Seven
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Eight
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Nine
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Ten
Welcome to GameDom’s Comprehensive Walkthrough of Omori. We’re currently using two files for dry runs through the game. One dry run through a written walkthrough and one dry run for a video walkthrough. However, we’re using the third file to work on a complete walkthrough to ensure we have a complete step-by-step guide that chronicles everything you need to know in Omori, so you can look to see if you’ve missed anything or want to follow along.
Omori Comprehensive Walkthrough Complete Guide: Part Six Table of Contents
- Forest Playground
- Berly’s Lost Ball Quest
- Vast Forest
- Berly’s Lost Ball Quest (Cont.)
- Forest Playground
- Berly’s Lost Ball Quest (Finished.)
- Butt Certificate
- Train Station
- Lost Sprout Mole
- The Ladder East Of The Stump
1. Forest Playground
While the game wants you to follow the red footsteps up to head to the long ladder east of the stump. You should pick up this quest from Van before you head out.
1.1 Berly’s Lost Ball Quest
Walk up and talk to Van. Berly is pacing back and forth, upset that Van knocked the ball out of the park. She implies she has a skill she uses on Van when she’s upset with him. Berly joins your party and, despite the red footsteps headed north, you go south to get to the Vast Forest.
2. Vast Forest
When you head down, you can either take a left towards the train station or a right towards the Vast Forest. They’re both technically the Vast Forest since it’s so vast (dad joke). I suggest going left if you don’t want to do too much unnecessary running. You could go right if you want to grind a bit to finish the quest to kill more bunnies for Leafy at the Train Station.
2.1 Berly’s Lost Ball Quest (Cont.)
When you go left, all you have to do is continue running left until you come across a bridge that comes to the grove with the bulb and a bench. You don’t need to enter the grove (unless you want to reset the monsters outside). However, if you approach the ball in front of the bench with the party, Berly will step out and grab the ball. If you haven’t finished the side quest with Leafy yet, don’t bother heading to the Train Station. Berly will get angry if you try to go to the Train Station.
3. Forest Playground
After Berly retrieves her ball, back a beeline back to the Forest Playground. You might as well kill some bunnies on the way for Leafy’s quest. As soon as you enter, Berly will leave your party but ask you to see her before you go.
3.1 Berly’s Lost Ball (Finished.)
When you go back to the tetherball pole, Berly is there waiting with your reward. She offers to teach the person with the hardest head in the party “Headbutt.” Kel jokingly says Aubrey and Berly goes along.
3.2 Butt Certificate
After a short scene involving Aubrey learning headbutt, Berly will reward you with a Butt Certificate. Hold onto this; you’ll see why later. I suggest running to Mari’s blanket to refresh your heart and saving before moving on to the Train Station.
4.0 Train Station
(Skip this part if you’ve already finished Leafy’s quest of killing five bunnies) Head back down towards the Vast Forest and take a left towards the train station.
4.1 Lost Sprout Mole
This is an optional, yet completely hilarious, fight you can do in the Train Station. You learn a little about the lore behind the sprout moles. The sprout mole explains that sprout moles are intelligent creatures. However, when they become lost, they become feral and aggressive. This is when the sprout mole realizes it doesn’t realize where it is. It says they don’t feel good, before becoming feral and attacking the group. Defeating this sprout mole opens its spot in line.
If you’ve killed the five bunnies, Leafy will be pleased with the fact that you’ve committed genocide in his name and hand you a cotton ball.
The Cotton Ball is a charm that gives Speed +3 and Defense +1. This is a charm to give to Hero in the early game because he has the lowest speed, and you’ll need him on an even level so he can get heals out faster.
5.0 The Ladder East Of The Stump
If you’re coming from the Train Station, head back east towards the Forest Playground. Run through the playground (saving if you want) and continue north towards the stump. When you reach the stump, take a right. You’ll enter another part of the forest where you can follow the red footsteps towards the ladder. When you approach the ladder, Omori will get scared, but his friends are there to calm him down. What’s up there? We’ll see.
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