History VideoGame / TheBindingOfIsaac

29th Nov '16 5:12:19 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* SolidGoldPoop: In ''Rebirth'', any run-of-the-mill poop piles you find have a chance to be golden poop piles, which drop a bunch of coins when destroyed. [[spoiler:Having The Poop active item and Midas' Touch will let you spawn these every single room.]]

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* SolidGoldPoop: In ''Rebirth'', any run-of-the-mill poop piles you find have a chance to be golden poop piles, which drop a bunch of coins or the Counterfit Coin trinket when destroyed. [[spoiler:Having The Poop active item and Midas' Touch will let you spawn these every single room.]]
29th Nov '16 4:09:57 PM MrKosta
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29th Nov '16 4:06:54 PM MrKosta
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* SolidGoldPoop: In ''Rebirth'', any run-of-the-mill poop piles you find have a chance to be golden poop piles, which drop a bunch of coins when destroyed. [[spoiler:Having The Poop active item and Midas' Touch will let you spawn these every single room.]]
29th Nov '16 4:03:37 PM MrKosta
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** In ''Rebirth'', there is a synergy that turns [[spoiler:The Poop]] into an outright fantastic item. Conbining it with [[spoiler:Midas' Touch]] means that every single room you'll be able to [[spoiler:drop golden poop ''every single room''!]]

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** In ''Rebirth'', there is a synergy that turns [[spoiler:The Poop]] into an outright fantastic item. Conbining Combining it with [[spoiler:Midas' Touch]] means that every single room you'll be able to [[spoiler:drop golden poop ''every single room''!]]
29th Nov '16 4:01:58 PM MrKosta
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** In ''Rebirth'', there is a synergy that turns [[spoiler:The Poop]] into an outright fantastic item. Conbining it with [[spoiler:Midas' Touch]] means that every single room you'll be able to [[spoiler:drop golden poop ''every single room''!]]
29th Nov '16 3:41:39 PM MrKosta
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** [[spoiler:The Keeper]]. He starts with triple shot (good), horrible speed, luck and rate of fire (bad), uses coins as health and cannot increase his max HP beyond two coins (horrible), which makes him a very difficult character to play as. However, you can eventually unlock the Wooden Penny (a one room recharge active item which has a 50% probability of spawning a coin upon use) as a starting item for him, which obviously acts as a healing item of sorts... But also lets you exploit the hell out of sacrifice rooms. In ''Afterbith'', sacrifice rooms were revamped, and they have a chance to either send you to the angel room, spawn an angel room item, or if you are very lucky, ''both''. Which means that, if you find a sacrifice room in the first floor and leave a few coins laying around, it is possible to practically start the run with overpowered items such as the Sacred Heart or the Godhead (if you've unlocked it). Sacrifice rooms eventually spawn Angels, making [[spoiler:getting the key to [[TrueFinalBoss Mega Satan's]] room]] much easier.

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** [[spoiler:The Keeper]]. He starts with triple shot (good), horrible speed, luck and rate of fire (bad), uses coins as health and cannot increase his max HP beyond two coins (horrible), which makes him a very difficult character to play as. However, you can eventually unlock the Wooden Penny (a one room recharge active item which has a 50% probability of spawning a coin upon use) as a starting item for him, which obviously acts as a healing item of sorts... But also lets you exploit the hell out of sacrifice rooms. In ''Afterbith'', sacrifice rooms were revamped, revamped[[note]] In ''Afterbirth'', sacrifice rooms offer rewards depending on how many times you step on its spikes on the current level[[/note]], and they have a chance to either send you to the angel room, spawn an angel room item, or if you are very lucky, ''both''. Which means that, if you find a sacrifice room in the first floor and leave a few coins laying around, it is possible to practically start the run with overpowered items such as the Sacred Heart or the Godhead (if you've unlocked it). Sacrifice rooms eventually spawn Angels, making [[spoiler:getting the key to [[TrueFinalBoss Mega Satan's]] room]] much easier.
29th Nov '16 3:36:58 PM MrKosta
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** [[spoiler:The Keeper]]. He starts with triple shot (good), horrible speed, luck and rate of fire (bad), uses coins as health and cannot increase his max HP beyond two coins (horrible), which makes him a very difficult character to play as. However, you can eventually unlock the Wooden Penny (a one room recharge active item which has a 50% probability of spawning a coin upon use) as a starting item for him, which obviously acts as a healing item of sorts... But also lets you exploit the hell out of sacrifice rooms. In ''Afterbith'', sacrifice rooms were revamped, and they have a chance to either send you to the angel room, spawn an angel room item, or if you are very luck, ''both''. Which means that, if you find a sacrifice room in the first floor and leave a few coins laying around, it is possible to practically start the run with overpowered items such as the Sacred Heart or the Godhead (if you've unlocked it). Sacrifice rooms eventually spawn Angels, making [[spoiler:getting the key to [[TrueFinalBoss Mega Satan's]] room]] much easier.

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** [[spoiler:The Keeper]]. He starts with triple shot (good), horrible speed, luck and rate of fire (bad), uses coins as health and cannot increase his max HP beyond two coins (horrible), which makes him a very difficult character to play as. However, you can eventually unlock the Wooden Penny (a one room recharge active item which has a 50% probability of spawning a coin upon use) as a starting item for him, which obviously acts as a healing item of sorts... But also lets you exploit the hell out of sacrifice rooms. In ''Afterbith'', sacrifice rooms were revamped, and they have a chance to either send you to the angel room, spawn an angel room item, or if you are very luck, lucky, ''both''. Which means that, if you find a sacrifice room in the first floor and leave a few coins laying around, it is possible to practically start the run with overpowered items such as the Sacred Heart or the Godhead (if you've unlocked it). Sacrifice rooms eventually spawn Angels, making [[spoiler:getting the key to [[TrueFinalBoss Mega Satan's]] room]] much easier.
29th Nov '16 3:32:40 PM MrKosta
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* [[spoiler:The Keeper]]. He starts with triple shot (good), horrible speed, luck and rate of fire (bad), uses coins as health and cannot increase his max HP beyond two coins (horrible), which makes him a very difficult character to play as. However, you can eventually unlock the Wooden Penny (a one room recharge active item which has a 50% probability of spawning a coin upon use) as a starting item for him, which obviously acts as a healing item of sorts... But also lets you exploit the hell out of sacrifice rooms. In ''Afterbith'', sacrifice rooms were revamped, and they have a chance to either send you to the angel room, spawn an angel room item, or if you are very luck, ''both''. Which means that, if you find a sacrifice room in the first floor and leave a few coins laying around, it is possible to practically start the run with overpowered items such as the Sacred Heart or the Godhead (if you've unlocked it). Sacrifice rooms eventually spawn Angels, making [[spoiler:getting the key to [[TrueFinalBoss Mega Satan's]] room]] much easier.

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* ** [[spoiler:The Keeper]]. He starts with triple shot (good), horrible speed, luck and rate of fire (bad), uses coins as health and cannot increase his max HP beyond two coins (horrible), which makes him a very difficult character to play as. However, you can eventually unlock the Wooden Penny (a one room recharge active item which has a 50% probability of spawning a coin upon use) as a starting item for him, which obviously acts as a healing item of sorts... But also lets you exploit the hell out of sacrifice rooms. In ''Afterbith'', sacrifice rooms were revamped, and they have a chance to either send you to the angel room, spawn an angel room item, or if you are very luck, ''both''. Which means that, if you find a sacrifice room in the first floor and leave a few coins laying around, it is possible to practically start the run with overpowered items such as the Sacred Heart or the Godhead (if you've unlocked it). Sacrifice rooms eventually spawn Angels, making [[spoiler:getting the key to [[TrueFinalBoss Mega Satan's]] room]] much easier.
29th Nov '16 3:31:25 PM MrKosta
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* [[spoiler:The Keeper]]. He starts with triple shot (good), horrible speed, luck and rate of fire (bad), uses coins as health and cannot increase his max HP beyond two coins (horrible), which makes him a very difficult character to play as. However, you eventually unlock the Wooden Penny (a one room recharge active item which has a 50% probability of spawning a coin upon use), which obviously acts as a healing item of sorts... But also lets you exploit the hell out of sacrifice rooms. In ''Afterbith'', sacrifice rooms were revamped, and they have a chance to either send you to the angel room, spawn an angel room item, or if you are very luck, ''both''. Which means that, if you find a sacrifice room in the first floor, it is possible to practically start the run with overpowered items such as the Sacred Heart or the Godhead (if you've unlocked it). Sacrifice rooms eventually spawn Angels, making [[spoiler:getting the key to [[TrueFinalBoss Mega Satan's]] room]] much easier.

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* [[spoiler:The Keeper]]. He starts with triple shot (good), horrible speed, luck and rate of fire (bad), uses coins as health and cannot increase his max HP beyond two coins (horrible), which makes him a very difficult character to play as. However, you can eventually unlock the Wooden Penny (a one room recharge active item which has a 50% probability of spawning a coin upon use), use) as a starting item for him, which obviously acts as a healing item of sorts... But also lets you exploit the hell out of sacrifice rooms. In ''Afterbith'', sacrifice rooms were revamped, and they have a chance to either send you to the angel room, spawn an angel room item, or if you are very luck, ''both''. Which means that, if you find a sacrifice room in the first floor, floor and leave a few coins laying around, it is possible to practically start the run with overpowered items such as the Sacred Heart or the Godhead (if you've unlocked it). Sacrifice rooms eventually spawn Angels, making [[spoiler:getting the key to [[TrueFinalBoss Mega Satan's]] room]] much easier.
29th Nov '16 3:24:07 PM MrKosta
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* [[spoiler:The Keeper]]. He starts with triple shot (good), horrible speed, luck and rate of fire (bad), uses coins as health and cannot increase his max HP beyond two coins (horrible), which makes him a very difficult character to play as. However, you eventually unlock the Wooden Penny (a one room recharge active item which has a 50% probability of spawning a coin upon use), which obviously acts as a healing item of sorts... But also lets you exploit the hell out of sacrifice rooms. In ''Afterbith'', sacrifice rooms were revamped, and they have a chance to either send you to the angel room, spawn an angel room item, or if you are very luck, ''both''. Which means that, if you find a sacrifice room in the first floor, it is possible to practically start the run with overpowered items such as the Sacred Heart or the Godhead (if you've unlocked it). Sacrifice rooms eventually spawn Angels, making [[spoiler:getting the key to [[TrueFinalBoss Mega Satan's]] room]] much easier.
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