dannyb21892 Nov 29th, 2016 (edited) 167 Never
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  1. Biggest thought up front. I feel like I won't be able to improve in 100% significantly without dedicating much more time than I currently have available to dedicate. It's a long category, it's tough. I like it a lot and I think I have the potential to get good, but not while maintaining a 40 hour work week and a relationship. So once I get my top 10 PB, I probably won't continue with the category. My sum of best is around 4:28 at the moment, so I could pretty easily expect a pb in the upper 4:30's but even if I don't get there, I'll accept whatever top 10 time comes my way.
  3. After that I want to get back to VC. I want to reclaim top 10 spots in a few categories. Specifically I want a mid to low 1:30s time in all dungeons, something around a 2:05 in MST and something around a 45 in no wrong warp (my 47 pb here is still from the pre-gim route so I have plenty of free time to save). I don't know if I'll go back to any% but maybe I'll see if it's fun. I didn't really spend too much time on No RBA/WW and no IM/WW the first time through so maybe I'll go back and go for sub 1:20 and a 55 respectively.
  5. Lastly once I'm de-rusted on VC movement from the above categories, glitchless deserves a 3:36. I was close at the end of my grind a few months ago but needed to stop for my sanity's sake.
  7. I started with glitchless, cycled through all the categories through 100%, and now that I'm at the end of my top 10 challenge, I think it will be a worthwhile exercise to work my way backward through the category progression and hit them all once more before returning to glitchless. I'm psyched to see if I've noticeably improved through all the varied experience with the game and also psyched to say goodbye and fuck you to dampe.
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