Now that we have the Cool Key Card, it’s time to search for Aubrey.
Head into the elevator and use the Cool Key Card to get to the fifth floor.
When you get to the fifth floor, you’ll pass a long hallway of paintings with the different generations of Jawsums. When you get to the end of the hallway, you run into none other than Berly. I thought, given our history with Berly, there would be some confrontation, especially since she’s head of security.
However, all she really wants is bottled water. This made my heart sink a little bit because I thought I’d need to make a trip back down to the Goomen to purchase an expensive bottle of water. Fortunately, I already had one on me.
Giving Berly the bottled water makes her head down to the break room with her henchmen for pizza.
After Berly leaves, enter the elevator. You’ll see the Q key there.
Once you’re out of the elevator, you’ll be in a large waiting room with different characters waiting for a meeting with Mr. Jawsum. When you reach the reception desk, you’ll see none other than Aubrey. Kel has to do a bit of convincing to break Aubrey of her work-related stress when he reminds her that you need to search for Basil.
Once Aubrey snaps out of it, she receives a call from Mr. Jawsum. Kel makes matters worse by yelling into the phone and telling Mr. Jawsum that he and Aubrey quit. The group is then summoned to the office.
Head into the elevator. You’ll notice a shelf of juice and a save area. This normally means something is coming up, so make sure everyone is topped off.
When the kids meet with Mr. Jawsum, he brings up the contract that they’re all under. However, they bring up a promise they’ve made with each other to find Basil. Mr. Jawsum might be a shark, but he’s not a terrible person.
Hero comes in to update Mr. Jawsum on his work, and it’s obvious why there’s a statue being constructed of Hero. While Mr. Jawsum is okay with letting the children go, he’s a bit more hesitant when it comes to Hero.
Mr. Jawsum will call in his henchmen, and a battle will ensue.
Mr. Jawsum won’t take damage until his henchmen are down. Use area attacks to make quick use of them so you can hit Mr. Jawsum directly.
Eventually, Mr. Jawsum becomes angry.
I made Kel and Aubrey happy and planned on making Omori happy too since he would only hit dull attacks being sad (I was using his sad and stab combo on the henchmen)
However, two strong attacks by Aubrey and Kel made short work of him before I could switch anyone else’s emotion. This was a little too easy.
After ending the battle with Mr. Jawsum, he calls in his second-best employee: Pluto.
Now I know why the Mr. Jawsum fight was a pushover; the real boss fight is Pluto Expanded.
I waited to change anyone’s emotions until I figured out if Pluto Expanded had any emotion changes himself. For now, I used Omori’s Sad and Stab combo and lowering his defense with Aubrey’s Power Hit.
After a certain point, I realized he wasn’t going to do anything to change his emotion, so I used Kel’s annoy to make him angry (knowing it would increase his attack).
However, this also meant I could use Omori to do some insane damage against him to make short work of him. It never even got to the point where we could unleash energy.
After the battle is over, it’s teased that he’s going to unleash his most powerful form.
It’s then broken up by Mr. Jawsum in the most hilarious way.
Now, it’s time to continue our search for Basil.
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