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PeaceRibbon

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About PeaceRibbon

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  • Birthday October 13

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    Male
  • Interests
    Video games (rpgs in particular)
    Singing
    My religion
    Tipping the scales
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    I'm sure you'll find it someday.

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  • Favorite Fire Emblem Game
    Blazing Sword

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  • I fight for...
    Hoshido

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  1. After reading these reviews, I might just consider picking up Order of Ecclesia and experience a little bit of this history for myself. Will probably have to buy cartridge only off eBay but them's the brakes for not putting the game on the Wii U's eshop I guess. Buuuut my budget's tight and I still gotta save up for Bloodstained, Three Houses, Luminous Avenger iX, a month's subscription to SWTOR in September... I might just have to wait until the Igavania collection is released in 20XX. 😛
  2. This is a video game which will allow me to attend liturgical choir practice every week with my friends, just like in real life. This is so surreal and I want Nintendo to take my money.
  3. As far as trailers go, I found this one to be pretty interesting. The idea of watching the relationships between the three houses deteriorate over an actual period to time in which circumstances change rather than some spur of the moment plot drama is genius, and while I'm keeping my expectations in check (we do live in a post-Fates world after all) I'm eager to see it unfold.
  4. I think it'd be pretty cool if @TheGoodHoms and I were a boss duo in the vein of characters like Linus and Lloyd. I think the actual execution of the idea should be dictated by whatever's most comfortable for the creator, but some ideas include: Back to back chapters where the latter boss laments the death (or just defeat if we're not going there) of the former. A chapter with two bosses. One of us is the boss and the other is a mid-map obstacle or guard for said boss. Whatever you're crazy enough to dream up. In the event I become a boss, I could see myself being a Bishop for class, and I'd be equipped with a Physic staff and the challenge of the fight is I heal the troops guarding me within range to slow the player's advance, with the balance being I carry only low-level light magic, or have lower survival stats. (you could also make a plain old monk boss if you need early chapter fights) TheGoodHoms would probably like to see himself as a cavalier type class, with Paladin being the option for a later level boss (Especially if it's a Blazing Blade paladin with axe proficiency). I'd rather the encounter fit into the story y'all are trying to write, but some ideas could be we're tricked into attacking the party by the main villain, the party trespasses into the territory we're guarding, or maybe a comedic misunderstanding, among other things. Our defeat could spell our deaths, or we could do the party some kind of favor for our lives like guarding an important location in the party's absence. Homs should be characterized by extroversion, zeal, and recklessness, whereas I would be introverted, devoted, and high-strung.
  5. I think I'll wait until I've played the game (and read the support conversations) before throwing my hat into this ring , but boy this is a neat idea!
  6. Picking between swords and lances is like picking one of your kids. I guess I find the sword just a liiiiitle more romantic overall.
  7. You actually wouldn't need to check with the Vatican for sainthood, because that just refers to a person residing heaven. If you are checking for Sainthood though.... I'll see myself out.
  8. A decidedly unique and fun piece from one of, if not my #1, favorite video game soundtracks of all time. 9/10 Blazblue Chronophantasma - Under Heaven Destruction II
  9. Here's an idea: the movie is a prequel or sequel that focuses on a smaller conflict featuring only the most important characters. Sure that movie wouldn't have grand, sweeping scale of the average Fire Emblem game, but done well we could see some of the tightest character writing and cast chemistry. Most adaptations that don't do anything new or special with their source wind up terrible anyways (unless you're anime I suppose, but really anime and manga feel so intertwined in the first place).
  10. I mean, sure the game could still surprise me. I'd say there even a part of me that really wants to be delightfully awed by the game's story. I'm just mostly say at this point, I'm not holding my breath. I was already being pretty generously optimistic with the game's story when we learned it was going to take place in a fantasy high school setting, but then the protagonist gets superpowers way early in the game, then they confirmed they're doing the whole "lol your religion is bad, better rebel" thing... I really don't want to keep lying to myself and saying I'm completly okay with all of it just because it's Fire Emblem (in fact maybe concern for the writing stems from a place of care for the series, in its own way).
  11. Welp, the story of Three Houses officially has all the nuance of a C-list anime. Hopefully there's gonna be enough good in other departments to make the game worth the buy, but geez, it's kinda scary how far the series writing has dived into shameless cliches.
  12. Silly Nintendo, trying to sucker me into their online service... I do think it would be totally worth it for people who don't mind not having a nice, tangible game case, unlike me.
  13. So Subaki is a lost member or the Hoshidan royal family. Who is a retainer to his own sister? I think not!
  14. Are we really surprised at this point? It's a sad truth, but some people crave attention and taboos are a one-way ticket to infamy. I don't have the online service, but for those who do I would just recommend making your own stages and sharing them amongst your friends, or just going in to download stages you specifically found off a website with more... filtration.
  15. The World Ends With You taught me important lessons about forging meaningful connections with other people at exactly the time in my life where I needed to learn it, on top of just being a really fun, unique, and interesting game which captures the imagination.
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