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    Buckswana posted a guide for Thru the Pack.

    This one is a pain. You need to start a race in 24th (last) place, and win the race. It also needs to be done in a public race, not private. The only way to guarantee you're in last place at the start, is to be the last one into the room during the intermission/voting phase, otherwise it's random. It is possible to boost this, but you need 24 people. Here's how it works;
    One person sets up a prerace lobby and invites everyone in. They then start the race. In the next lobby, you'll have a vote for the track and a countdown for 45 seconds before the race starts. The person getting the achievement needs to leave the race during this phase, then rejoin so they're the last person in. Hopefully a random person doesn't join while they're doing this. Now when the race starts, that person should be in last place. Everyone else needs to either let them past to win the race (they can still race behind them as long as they don't win to accrue laps/distance traveled in MP), or cross the finish line and then quit. If they quit before crossing the start line, it won't count them as being in the race, since they don't start a lap time. Those people who quit are returned to the race lobby, and wait there until the race is over. This saves having to do the entire prerace lobby setup again. When the race ends, everyone is returned to the lobby, and the next vote begins. At this point the next person getting the achievement leaves and rejoins, and you rinse and repeat. If everything runs smoothly, you should be able to get 6 people done per hour. My session for this game took almost 6 hours due to occasional disconnects, but we got 26 people the achievement by the end of that time. Smile
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    Buckswana posted a guide for He Was A Skater Boy.

    Easiest done in Time Trial mode. Load up Town, race 3. You'll see him take off while you're waiting to start. Once you start driving, you'll probably find him face down against a wall on the left (he sucks). Wait for him to get up and continue, then run him over/melee him. He'll eventually get up and continue again. Repeat 4 more times, and the achievement will pop on the 5th knockdown.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Paperboy The Hard Way.

    Easiest done in Time Trial mode. Go to Village, race 3. Start driving, and you should see him pretty quickly riding a bike on the left (was for me). Run him over/melee him, and wait a bit. He'll get back up and continue. Repeat 4 more times, and the achievement will pop on the 5th knockdown.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for 6 Feet Under.

    You need to complete story mode once to unlock the Grim Reaper, then complete it again using him as your character. Achievement pops when the cut scene start at the end.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for One Foot in the Grave.

    For completing story mode. Achievement will pop after the cut scene starts at the end. Make sure to finish in the top 3 if you can, and always try to beat Death. If not, hit retry at the end of the race. It's actually pretty easy to win most (if not all) of the races, even without a fully upgraded kart. There is a total of 13 races, split up between 4 different areas (3 in each), and a final longer race through all of them.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Feeling Lucky?.

    This is the only one of the powerup achievements that didn't come naturally for me. For this one, you need to get the Uzi powerup, and shoot 20 opponents until their kart explodes. I would often go through an entire clip right behind someone with seemingly no effect. This can be done easily in split screen/free roam with a second controller. Park the other one against a wall or fence so he can't move, and stick yourself behind them right against their bumper. When they blow up, stop shooting, and they should respawn right in front of you. It takes very few shots to blow them up this way, so you can actually get a bunch of kills per powerup if you don't waste a lot of shots. Achievement pops as soon as you kill your 20th.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Death Defiler.

    Updated 05-13-2016 09:14 AM
    For winning all 3 races in the Graveyard area. Pretty easy, even first time around. If you're struggling, leave it for your second career run when you'll have a better upgraded scooter. Make sure to hit retry if you lose, since you can't go back and redo races without starting a new career.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Sweep.

    For this one, you need to play in Granddad mode. You can do it solo. This mode is just driving around picking up items (in blue light) before the timer runs out. There is an arrow at the top of the screen telling you where the next item is. The achievement will pop when the timer runs out, provided you've picked up at least one item.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Death Despiser.

    For winning all 3 races in the Farm area. Pretty easy, even without an upgraded scooter. Focus on attacks if behind, and dump anything but defensive powerups as soon as you get them if in the lead. Make sure to hit retry at the end of the race if you don't win, since you can't go back and redo races without starting a new career. If you're struggling first time around, leave it for your second career run when your scooter is better upgraded.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Million Dollar Granddad.

    For fully upgrading your kart. You should have most of it done by the end of your second career run. Quickest way to finish up is to start another career, and keep rerunning the first race. Just hit retry at the end, and keep building up money. You can check how much you need in the Garage before you start, so you know when to continue and finish upgrading in the menu screen before the next race.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Death Decider.

    For winning the last race in career mode. Unlike the others, this one is only 2 laps, but they're much longer, going through many of the previous areas. It's actually pretty easy, even in your first career without being fully upgraded. Focus on attacks when behind, and defensive powerups when in the lead. You can actually rerun this race after even if you win, if you want to grind out money for upgrades. If you lose, make sure to hit retry.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Death Derider.

    For winning all 3 races in the Town. Achievement pops right at the end of the 3rd race. Pretty easy even without an upgraded scooter, but if you're struggling you can worry about it during your second career run when you'll be better upgraded. Focus on attacks when behind, but if you get a good start you should just need to make sure you don't crash and hang onto any defensive powerups you get. Make sure you hit retry at the end of the race, since you can't go back and redo races without starting a new career.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Slick Moves Like Jagger.

    This one requires the powerup that looks like a big drop of black oil. Drop it behind you, and when an enemy hits it, they'll spin out and you'll get a notification on screen giving you 50xp at the same time. Make 20 opponents spin out, and the achievement will pop right away. Best dropped in the middle of straights, and tight corners. Should come naturally during your career runs, but if not you can finish up in split screen/free roam with a second controller.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Death Defier.

    Like it says, simply finish in first place in all 3 of the races in the Village. If you're struggling during your first career run don't worry about it too much, as it'll be easier second time around with a better upgraded scooter. Make sure to retry at the end of the race, since you can't go back and redo races after without starting a new career.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Luckily My Shield Will Protect Me.

    You need to pick up the power-up that looks like a sphere (bubble) and use it to block any enemy attack 20x. You'll here beeping before the attack, and it'll show you what weapon is heading your way at the bottom of the screen. The achievement will pop as soon as you do your 20th. Should come naturally while doing your 2 career runs, but if not you can finish it up in split screen/free roam with a second controller.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Technophobic.

    For this one, you need to pick up the power up that looks like a pair of white electric paddles on a light blue background, and use it on any other racer 20x. It has a limited range, so make sure you're close to the other racer when using it. This should come naturally while doing your 2 career runs, but if not you can finish it up in split screen/free roam with a second controller.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Am I Missing An Eyebrow?.

    Should come naturally while doing your 2 career runs. You need to pick up the power up that looks like a yellow rocket. It has tracking, and can take out up to 2 racers per shot (but usually only hits one). Once you hit your 20th, the achievement will pop. If you don't get this naturally, you can go into split screen/free roam with a second controller to finish it up.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Gone In Many Seconds.

    Should come naturally while doing your 2 career runs. You need the power up that looks like a jet engine. Like it says, just use it 20x without crashing (hitting anything?), and the achievement will pop.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Batteries not Included.

    Once you get to the Farm levels, you will occasionally see UFO's flying around. Drive into the green light directly beneath them and spin out, and the achievement will pop. They are always in the same spots. There is also one in the very last race of career if you don't get it before then.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for We Can Rebuild Him.

    Buy all of the upgrades for any part of your scooter. Most of them have 3 upgrades, but Paint only has one if you want to get it done quickly. Best to concentrate on the Engine first (top speed) and Body (handling, grip). Extra Power-up is also really handy.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for GrimAced.

    Updated 05-13-2016 08:37 AM
    Pretty easy to win most of the races, even without an upgraded scooter. Don't forget you can melee, and if you're in front get rid of all offensive powerups (rockets, uzi, etc.) as soon as you get them. If you get an EMP or Bubble, you can hang onto it until needed. Most races are 4 short laps, with the exception of the last one being 2 long laps.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for My Kart Is Augmented.

    Simply buy any upgrade for your scooter. May take a couple of races to get enough coins. Just go into Garage in the pre-race screen, and buy any item.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for During The War….

    Pretty hard not to get this one while doing everything else, it was the first achievement I got (during my first race). When an opponent is shot/hit/knocked off their scooter, you need to run over them while they're on the ground before they respawn on their scooter. This will probably happen right near the start of a race with everyone bunched up. If for some reason you don't get it naturally, you can go into a split screen/free roam game with a second controller and do it there.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Spartan Decimation.

    Updated 05-08-2016 07:43 PM
    Easy, for completing 5 games of Slayer, win or lose. Go to Arena, pick the Slayer game type, and play 5 games, Achievement pops as soon as your 5th game is complete. Games played in the random game type hopper (Team Arena) while trying to get Capture the Flag and Stronghold games also count.
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    Buckswana posted a guide for Warlord.

    For winning a game of Warzone on all 3 of the original maps. They are;
    Escape from A.R.C
    March On Stormbreak
    Raid On Apex 7
    You must play original Warzone, not a variant. You can check your stats in game to see which maps you've won on. Points are earned by controlling any of the 3 areas, as well as kills. Killing enemy AI bosses is worth a lot of points, and can quickly turn a game, so they should be prioritized. Games go to 1000 points, or if a team controls all 3 areas, they can then enter the enemy's base and destroy their Core, finishing the game instantly. There is no time limit, and games can take anywhere up to 1/2 hr to complete. Achievement should pop as soon as you get the win on your 3rd map.