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indigoasis

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  1. In episode 7 of the anime Tokyo Revengers, the main character completes what he claims to be a 2,500 piece puzzle. However, if you count the pieces (a quick way to do it isto count the top row and then the first column and multiply the two), it's actually a 1,288 piece puzzle.
  2. Batta the BEAST I'd probably say Hartmut since he was the original wielder of the Binding Blade, so it'd be interesting to see how he transitions into Heroes. Hell yeah, I'd love to see Al! I haven't read the manga he's from, but I know who he is. He could make his first video game appearance in Heroes, which would be super swick.
  3. There's so many wonderful and imaginative worlds that you can find in books, and you can still absolutely learn from fiction just as much, if not more so, than from a math class. Life lessons, character building, new words; you name it, you can learn about it in a book, not to mention you can get some great entertainment value out of it! There's absolutely nothing wrong with reading fiction. It's just like what kinds of foods you like to eat and what kinds of music you like to listen to; it's something that you like to do, and no one can take that away from you. If I may suggest a series to look into, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is amazing. As a fan of that, I am obligated to say that it's great because everyone else that has said that it's great makes me obligated to say that it's great. I also liked the Books of Beginning series by John Stephens when I was younger, but I might've grown out of it's target demographic by now, so I don't know how well it would hold up at my age.
  4. In the spoiler tag is an introduction/explanation of what I'm talking about, so you're free to take a gander at that. Otherwise, you can skip it. Male Corrin has 4 potential personal pairing partners (more commonly known as "Corrinsexuals"): Flora Reina Scarlet Anna (who is a DLC unit) Anyway, I shall now rank them in each path based on availability and personal preference because I don't have the kind of time I would like to have to include more criteria. (I won't be including Anna in any of these rankings since it's possible that some players won't have access to her, but for those that do have her/are willing to pay the whole $2, she's arguably one of the best options in all paths anyway.) Birthright: Conquest: Revelation: If you have any thoughts about anything, don't be afraid to speak up. I'm not the best when it comes to optimizing pairings, but I enjoy pairings for the fun of it. Feel free to share how you would rank them!
  5. how are we supposed to know if this whole thread isn't just one big lie?
  6. Fallen Edelgard broke your pencils in elementary school.
  7. I think that's what makes the Yato such an interesting item, especially with it's ability to transform into alternate, more powerful states, which are reflective of the path that Corrin chooses. That would actually go pretty well with @Sooks idea for Pirate Emblem. Gosh, all these ideas make me want for them to happen for real in upcoming titles.
  8. Hey, good luck! It's definitely one of the greats in the series, so I hope you enjoy it.
  9. Call me boring, but I like to stick with how the characters are meant to be like from what I understand about them. Robin can be a bit of a smartass at times, Corrin is incredibly naïve but kind, and Byleth is a very stoic individual that, like the player, learns more about the world and its people through their interactions. As such, I would imagine that Byleth would be stoic and serious since they've pretty much only grown up with their father and mercenary group, so they're trained in the ways of combat and survival, meaning there's little time for games. They're called the Ashen Demon for a reason. I kind of have trouble imagining things outside of established canon, so I apologize for that, but Byleth is a very "blank slate" kind of character to begin with. Ironically, I think that's what makes it harder to build any kind of personality for them outside of stoicism and occasional dry humor.
  10. That's actually really cool; I've never thought about the Yato like that before. It reminds of weapons like the Master Sword and the Vampire Killer; they can only be wielded by select individuals (those who possess the Spirit of the Hero/have overcome the trials necessary to obtain it and those of the rightful bloodline that can wield the weapon at it's full power respectively). ~ Discussion about the Yato actually makes me wonder which Fire Emblem is the most powerful among them all. Like... if they were used in their intended ways, what would prevail in the end?
  11. I was gonna mention The Legend of Zelda, since a lot of the time, Zelda is barely even there, but it's the title of the series as a whole. ~ The way I see it, the subtitle is what identifies what the game will be about, whereas the main title identifies what series it's a part of/what kind of gameplay you can expect if you've played other entries. Fire Emblem is the series identifier, and the subtitle (Mystery of the Emblem, The Binding Blade, Path of Radiance, Three Houses, etc.) is what identifies some general idea about the game's story. Take Gaiden for example; in Japanese, it means "side story." So Fire Emblem Gaiden is literally just Fire Emblem Side Story. Having something in the game called the Fire Emblem is really just an homage to the title (half the time, the something in question isn't even explicitly called the Fire Emblem except for like one or two instances since it goes by another name). For example, it's like when a character in a movie says the movie's title or some iconic line or something like that. It's one of those, "Look ma! There it is!" moments.
  12. What's funny is that the Crest of Flames is, ironically, the most common crest in the game, despite it being the rarest crest in the lore. It's holders are (oh, spoilers btw): What makes it's rarity even more ironic in the game is that each holder of it has a major crest.
  13. There should be nothing more iconic in the Fire Emblem series than the very item it's named after: the titular Fire Emblem! The only problem is that there are multiple Fire Emblems, so it can be hard to keep track of them all. Regardless, you can find a list of every known incarnation of the Fire Emblem here. For a condensed list, see the bullet points below. Binding Shield (Archanea, Valentia, Ylisse) Crest of Velthomer (Jugdral) A gem literally just called the Fire Emblem; it has no other known names (Elibe) Sacred Stone of Grado (Magvel) Lehran's Medallion (Tellius) Yato (Fateslandia) Crest of Flames (Fódlan) It's taken on quite a few different forms across multiple different realms, which I think is one of the most interesting aspects of the series that tie all the games together. No matter the continent or timeline, there is always something called the Fire Emblem (some forms are a little more discreet than others, like the Crest of Flames, which is literally just a synonym for Fire Emblem). So far, it has been a shield, sword, crest, stone, and medallion, with some forms taken on multiple times. What would you like to see the Fire Emblem as in a future game?
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