To get the Pacifist ending, you must not kill a single creature, plus spare (and date) every main character you come across. Doing so will see you access new content – so it’s well worth playing first. To get a true Genocide ending, you must kill a certain number of monsters, as well as their bosses before moving on.Mar 15, 2021
You will get a Neutral ending on your first playthrough. However, after the neutral ending, if you meet the requirements of a True Pacifist Route (not killing anyone, befriending Papyrus and Undyne) then you will get the chance to reload your save file and complete the True Pacifist ending.
Family Ending (Flawed Pacifist)
Requirements: The protagonist has befriended Papyrus and Undyne, killed no monsters, and defeated Asgore. Despite the disappearance of the human SOULs and Asgore’s tragic death, Toriel rouses the spirits of the Underground’s inhabitants and tells them not to give in to despair.
Throughout the game, never kill any enemies or gain any EXP/LV; essentially, only use non-lethal battle exits (spare, flee, or battle-ending ACTs).
You now will have the option to Spare or Kill King Asgore. You must Spare him to unlock the True Ending!
Yes, you need to complete a Neutral run before doing a Pacifist run. You won’t be able to go to the True Lab until that condition is met. If you’ve gone through your Neutral run without killing anything, then you are not required to start over from the very beginning.
As this is a Pacifist Walkthrough you will need to make sure you don’t kill any of the enemies – only defeat them by ‘act’ or run away. This enemy’s name is Yellow so you can use Mercy on them immediately. Alternatively choose: Act, Console, and it will run away.
Befriending Undyne can be completed on the Neutral Route, but it is an integral part of the True Pacifist Route. The requirements for this event is that the protagonist must not kill anyone before starting this event or else Undyne refuses to open the door and become friends with a murderer.
You don’t have to kill anyone, and unless you’re going to kill everyone you’re better off without any bloodshed – not only is it the only way to experience the ‘true” ending, the vast majority of your encounters with enemies are a lot easier if you leave your weapon unused. The game wants you to finish it.
Sparing a single enemy will abort the genocide run, fleeing won‘t.
Flowey is a fictional character and the main antagonist of the role-playing video game Undertale, created by Toby Fox. He appears for most of the game in the form of an innocuous sentient flower with a sadistic and psychopathic personality.
Using Butterscotch Pie with Toriel and Asgore Lost Souls. If you eat the Butterscotch-Cinnamon Pie in front of either of the Lost Souls, you can save them with one more ACT. Trying to save them with the Pie will never work, though.
At some point, Toriel divorced or separated from Asgore, retaining the house and becoming the primary caretaker of their children.
If you play through the neutral run without killing any monsters, then after the final boss fight, you’ll unlock post-game content that eventually reaches the true pacifist ending.
You can’t kill mad dummy. He can’t die, except on a Genocide Run.
You cannot accomplish a True Pacifist Run unless you have at least one Neutral under your belt. If you spared everyone, you can reload your save, and go hang out with Papyrus and Undyne.
Undyne gives the protagonist Undyne Letter EX as a replacement if the protagonist throws the original letter away. Undyne Letter EX cannot be thrown away or sold at the Tem Shop.
If you don’t give Undyne the water, then she will fall into the lava. Or she will die from dehydration.
You can’t spare Undyne the Undying, but you can spare monster kid, which ends the genocide run, places you back on the path to a neutral ending, and gives you the normal Undyne fight in 2 rooms.
To get the Pacifist ending, you must not kill a single creature, plus spare (and date) every main character you come across. Doing so will see you access new content – so it’s well worth playing first. To get a true Genocide ending, you must kill a certain number of monsters, as well as their bosses before moving on.
Sans does remember the pacifist run. All the dialogue in his fight seems to point to that (he talks about things that wouldn’t have happened in True Merciless run, such as attempting to become friends with Frisk and taking them out to eat, etc). He actually counts how many times you reset.
If you completed a true pacifist route to the point where Flowey captures all of the protagonists friends,then you are not able to kill Flowey. Hey, I killed Flowey too during my run too.
You can do a true pacifist ending after genocide route if you say, Do not, and after opening the game say No, which means it resets your game and you can do a pacifist/true pacifist ending.
You can only do it after neutral. No need to reset your game after your neutral run, (unless you gained any EXP or LOVE) you can just go back, hang out with Undyne, and do the True Lab part to get to the final boss of the Pacifist Route.
MERCY allows for the play to choose either to spare or flee from a monster. A monster may be spared when certain condition are met, and opting to flee will result in leaving fight. Undertale may be well known for it’s MERCY, but there is something about the FIGHT button that needs to be discussed.
When you lose your SOUL, there is no getting one back. Flowey makes sure that you never get the chance.
This means that, no matter what route is taken in the second game, the Genocide Route is the canon base of the game, insinuating that you must sell your soul to Chara which appears to be referenced by the ending of deltarune.
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