South Park: Fractured But Whole – How To Get Every Combat Fart

‘Member Combat Farts? They’re back in South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and here’s how to get the last one — the ultra TimeFart.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole swaps out the JRPG-lite combat system from the first game in the series, replacing it with a grid-based tactical layout that gives your gang of foul-mouthed heroes a few more options in combat. That’s a pretty major change, but one thing that hasn’t changed are the Combat Farts.

Combat Farts are basically magic spells in The Fractured But Whole, and they offer a bunch of different special effects. Just like the first game, there are four Combat Farts — most of them you’ll get just by completing the game’s story, but one is a whole lot trickier. Here, we’ll show you have to earn and unlock the TimeFart ability.


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How To Get Every Combat Fart

There are 4 Combat Farts you can unlock in The Fractured But Whole — 3 of them are unlocked as you complete the story, but the fourth one is a little trickier. To get the TimeFart power, you’ll need to craft (and eat!) the Chocolate Memberito.

 

  • To Get the TimeFart power:
    • Go to Freeman’s Tacos and purchase the Chocolate Memberito recipe for $30.00.
      • Ingredient #1: Tortilla – Purchase from Freeman’s Tacos for $0.25.
      • Ingredient #2: Ms. Cartman’s Double-Stuffed Brownies – Complete Ms. Cartman’s side-quest “Vigilante Marketing” — find her in Cartman’s house, in the kitchen.
      • Ingredient #3: Bucket of Memberberry Juice
        • Get the Memberberry Farms Juicer Crank from the roof on Skeeter’s Wine Bar. Use your special helper power to reach the roof, then push the fireworks to the right and detonate. Collect the crank at the wrecked dumpster.
        • Take the crank up to Hillvale Farm and use it on the juicer barrel.

That’s the last ingredient you’ll need to craft the Chocolate Memberito. Once it’s done, you can eat it to unlock a powerful final Fart! It’s gross, and member-ific.