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Airheart - Tales of broken Wings

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Moby Dick in Airheart - Tales of broken Wings

Moby Dick431 (100)

Fight and catch the small whale.

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Epsilon Theta
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Epsilon Theta
Achievement won on 27 Sep 18
TA Score for this game: 3,198
Posted on 28 September 18 at 12:39
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To catch the baby whale, with the name of Minke, you will need to weaken it first before you can harpoon it and retreat home.

First things first, finding Minke. As you advance through the levels, there will be a probability that Minke spawns. You will notice that the whale is present on a level when you hear a whale song. However, it is possible that you can't find Minke even if you hear it singing. That is because the whale can move out of the area you can fly in. To find it, use Photo Mode (cn_start and from the menu select Photo Mode). Zoom out and you should be able to see the whale flying around away from the central area.

In that case, move in the general direction of Minke and tether yourself to a rock with a harpoon. Wait a few minutes and check where Minke is at. Eventually, it will move back to the flyable area. If you have already cleared the area of enemies, it is a matter of dodging Minke's attacks which is fairly easy.

Once Minke is low on health, the whale will start glowing. An image of how that looks can be seen in the game's manual on page 14. Now you can launch a harpoon and return home and collect the achievement.
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