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Lexporeon

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About Lexporeon

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    Above the Winter Moonlight
  • Birthday 06/13/2000

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    Female
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    Fire Emblem (why would I be on an FE forum if it wasn't one)
    Etrian Odyssey
    Pokemon
    FFXIV
    Modern FromSoftware games (mostly just Demon's Souls/the first Dark Souls though)
    DragonForce
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    Texas

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  • Favorite Fire Emblem Game
    Shadows of Valentia

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  1. Lord (all main lords, including Elincia and Micaiah, but not including Fates royals) Alm (favorite) Hector (runner-up) Corrin (least favorite) Avatar Robin (favorite) Kris (runner-up) Corrin (least favorite, as you can tell I really don't like Corrin) Villager/Trainee/Noble Gray (favorite) Kliff (runner-up) Faye (least favorite) Cavalier Mathilda (favorite) Stahl (runner-up) Peri (least favorite) Knight None really come to mind Myrmidon/Samurai Marisa (favorite) Fir (runner-up) Hisame (least favorite) Mercenary Selena (favorite, specifically only as Selena and not as Severa though) Gregor (runner-up) Don't really have a least favorite Fighter/Oni Savage None come to mind Pirate/Bandit None come to mind Soldier/Spear Fighter Lukas (favorite) Forsyth (runner-up) Don't really have a least favorite Archer (also includes Ballistician and Apothecary) Leon (favorite) Takumi (runner-up) Setsuna (least favorite) Nomad/Bow Knight None really come to mind Mage/Diviner Mae (favorite) Lute (runner-up) Hayato (least favorite) Dark Mage/Shaman Henry (favorite) Ophelia (runner-up) Don't really have a least favorite Monk Lucius (favorite) Artur (runner-up) No least favorite because there are only two Monks in the entire series Priest/Cleric Genny (favorite) Lissa (second favorite) Don't really have a least favorite Troubador None really come to mind Thief (includes rogues, ninjas, butlers, and maids) Jaffar (favorite) Flora (runner-up) Asugi (least favorite) Pegasus Knight Florina (favorite) Farina (runner-up) Caeldori (least favorite) Wyvern Rider Cormag (favorite) Gerome (second favorite) Camilla (least favorite) Manakete (also includes Xane) Adult Tiki (favorite) Myrrh (second favorite) Nowi (least favorite) Beast/Laguz (Royal) I've never played any of the Tellius games past chapter 10 Beast/Laguz (Non-Royal) Same as royal Dancer (includes Bards, Singers, and Herons) Olivia (favorite) Ninian (second favorite) Azura (least favorite)
  2. Manus, Father of the Abyss from Dark Souls in terms of non-final bosses. The fight is pretty hard (unsurprisingly given the series it's from), but it's an actually fun type of hard, and the lore around him is pretty interesting. The atmosphere is pretty great too, because your fighting him in a place that's been pretty heavily corrupted by the abyss, and if you win it's just really satisfying knowing that you succeeded where a hero as legendary as Artorias failed. Another non-final boss that I really like is the fight against Omega's initial form (third fight of Alphascape) from Final Fantasy XIV thanks to the mechanics being fun and the music being one of the best boss themes in the entire series. In terms of final bosses, it's a bit harder to pinpoint because there's a lot of final bosses that I love but it's probably the final boss of Mother 3 because of the pure amount of emotion in the fight. It's not really much of a fight because all you can really do is guard, but it's still a "fight" I really like, even if it is one that I likely won't be able to bring myself to do ever again.
  3. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity. I absolutely adored Explorers of Sky because of its characters and story, so I was majorly let down by Gates in both regards. Also, the gameplay wasn't quite as enjoyable (because I actually do like the gameplay of the Mystery Dungeon games), and being able to take only one mission at a time was extremely stupid given how they're what you're doing when you're not doing the story. Also, the difficulty goes from "pretty easy" for most of the game to "why do you fight a mob boss with 8 strong Pokemon in it this is a bit too much" during the last dungeon of the game for no reason, then goes back to being easy for the final boss. It's not the worst game I've ever played, but it's by far my least favorite because it was just the most crushingly disappointing following a game I remember as fondly as I do to this day as Explorers of Sky. Fire Emblem Fates. This was the first FE game to come out in my time as a fan of the series, so I was excited when it was first announced. Then, when I finally got to play it for myself my excitement quickly waned and just turned into me trying to mess around with the game in whatever way I could to blow through the story, which is pretty terrible in all three parts. One saving grace of the game is that it has a few characters that I do like (namely Scarlet and Keaton), but the rest of them are either boring or just straight up bad. Pokemon X and Y. Once again, I was let down by this game because I'm someone who absolutely adored their predecessors for reasons that this game was lacking in. The game was also way too easy for the most part. Every single Elder Scrolls game I've played (Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim). Why do people hype these games up so much? They're just mostly generic fantasy (but with some actually intriguing bits like the Dunmer thrown in) in an open world setting with Morrowind and Oblivion in particular being really janky and unfun to play. Even with mods, I've dropped them within less than 5 hours every single time I've tried to play them.
  4. Shadows of Valentia in terms of art. I love Hidari's art style, everything about it is nice and the character designs are consistently good too. No idea what my favorite is in terms of maps/graphics though, but I do like the animations from the GBA games a lot.
  5. I've been playing the game since day one, and I finally boosted a character to 5 stars (Vanessa). I would've done so sooner if I didn't waste a ton of Eldwater in the past on boosting units for events because I only had three stars (although I won't need to do that now that I have set or mostly set teams for each element)
  6. People referring to characters as the wrong species, like people calling a fox character a dog, for example
  7. Best: FE6: Haven't played much of vanilla FE6 to have a solid opinion FE7: Hector, Raven, Pent FE8: Seth (bolded for being one of the best units in the entire series), Joshua, Ephraim Worst: FE6: See the statement for best FE6 units FE7: Isadora, Wallace, Renault FE8: Amelia, Knoll
  8. I'm going to bundle the first two chapters together. The settings I'm using are the exact same as previously minus the 100% enemy growth boost.
  9. Chad was replaced with Yoder and Lugh's replacement was a healer, and Slater also happened to have ridiculously inflated stats for this early in the game.
  10. I'm going to make a new randomizer but keep it in this thread because Slater ended up completely unbeatable.
  11. And now for Chapter 2. The units are slowly but surely getting better. Also, minor spoilers but all of my Mages and Shamans are pretty bad judging by their growths, because being meguca is suffering.
  12. And, I'm back with a new randomizer because my old one's save stopped working. I'm not going to bother with a long intro, so I'm just going to start again right away. Also the format for the spoiler tags is: top-screenshots/commentary middle-new units/unit ratings bottom-level ups And here's the settings I used. The growth randomization was a bit more extreme
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