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coldhand25

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  • Birthday 12/25/1997

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    Fire Emblem, Parkour, Aikido, Guitar...
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    Hungary

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    Sacred Stones

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  1. I have a fear of spiders, not sure if it's arachnophobia or not quite as serious as that (like, super-tiny spiders don't bother me, as long as it's not a super-close picture of them, and yes, spiders on photos do make me feel uncomfortable). I wouldn't call it "sensing", but I do this thing when I, like, turn around in room - for example if I want to sit down - and if there was a spider anywhere and it came into my field of view, I would involuntarily turn back to where it was, even if I saw it for only less than half a second... It doesn't even have to be a big spider. Now, this might happen because, when I was small, I used to check around my whole room every night before going to sleep, to see if it's clear of spiders, but after some time I stopped doing it, because having to deal with a spider was so much more stressful than the fear that a spider might be there somewhere (which was unlikely anyway, since I clean my room real often exactly because of this...). I guess my brain just learned to spot spiders whatever I do, and alert me by forcing me to turn back to them, which I don't mind, but than I feel like I have to do something about it, which is a problem still. I somehow have to get over it, or move even more to the north where there are less spiders than here...
  2. Thank You, I was sure it was already asked (and probably answered), but was unable to find it, have to work on my searching skills it seems.
  3. So I've been looking for an answer for this question, but wasn't able to find it neither on the official site, nor here, so here goes: How does the FEH-Pass subscription work? By that I mean, I understand that I get some added functions in-game like auto-level repeat and stuff, but what I'm more curious about are the Resplendant Heroes. If I understood everything correctly, we get both a copy of the hero, and their new "skin" (and the stat boost) twice every month as they are available for around 14 days (according to the dates for Roy on the website). What would happen if I were to subscribe, say, 2 days before the current resplendant hero's period ends? Would I get the current one, the following one, and the one after that? Like, if I were to subscribe on the 6th of June, would I get Sanaki, then Roy on the 10th, and then the one after Roy (since subscriptions last for a month, which means the 6th of July in this case)? Or you only get 2 with a month of subscription, no matter what?
  4. Semi-competitive, I've been trying since launch to get to 21, but could never be bothered to build meta-killer units (dragon, armour or cavalry effectiveness), so I never managed to reach even 20... Nowadays I'm just trying to stay in 17-19. My core right now is Leon (as an enemy-phase DEF tank with close counter, but also as a player-phase damage dealer), Fir (as an enemy-phase RES tank with distant counter and barrier blade - she is good against both dragons and mages, as long as they are not blue), and Julia (as a RES tank, to deal with blue mages and dragons, which can destroy Fir - I also need more merges for her...). Right now I'm trying to get others to +10 so I can have more variety in my arena core, but I'm still in the process to learn everything about the current meta, before spending my feathers, fodders and orbs for units I won't be able to fully utilize - I'm pretty sure I have all my favourites that are in FEH built up enough to be useful, that's why I'm leaning more towards building meta at this point...
  5. As much as I understand you, if the game really doesn't bring you joy, there us no point in getting frustrated over it. It's designed around spending money, even more so with the powercreeps lately (as all the gacha games usually are). I've been playing since launch, with breaks of varying lengths (with anywhere between 2-3 weeks to 2-3 months), and just recently I realized the fun in the game for me is making creative, rather than PvP optimal builds. I'm no longer as interested in summoning and all as I was at the beginning, where there was not a big difference between F2P and whale units. What I guess I want to say is, there is no game in this world that's worth getting frustrated over. I know it sounds like just a nice way of saying "stop playing it if you don't like it", but I really mean it.
  6. Since I had to come home from uni, I once again have the time to go for a walk with our dog. I also started doing some home workout, because why not. My goal is to have wider back and shoulders by the end of spring. I just finished todays sets, 10 minutes before my Economic Psychology online class (which is going on right now), and now I'm just trying not to fall out of my chair. I'm pretty sure I won't be able to lift up my arms tomorrow, but that's fine, since it's going to be jogging/dog-walking day anyway, will see if I'll be able to move at all. Also, weather is crazy, the whole morning it was snowing where I live, which is pretty funny, since there was close to no snow this winter, and it was like 30 °C through the whole last week. Now it's like 1-2.
  7. Ingrid was pretty much my favourite character of 3H, until Cindered Shadows happened, so I would say choose her, but it really doesn't matter that much.
  8. I can hold back my tears while I'm watching kids movies with my sister. Like, I've seen both Tangled and Frozen like a million times with her, but I can't help but feel the tears well up in my eyes every time I watch either of the two. I mean, if it was the first time I see one of them, it would be okay for me to get emotional, because they are emotional movies, but I can recite both of them like almost word for word, so I don't really know. I found the sweet spot in the shower, when it's neither too cold, nor too hot to shower. I'm way more proud of this one than I have any right to be.
  9. I do have Netflix and Spotify (I mean, my family has, since it's cheaper that way). We also have MyTV, which I'm not sure if it even exists anywhere else in the world (at least not with the same channels as here), which is an online television subscription. It's cheaper than the alternatives, and since we use a chromecast, we can easily use smartphones or tablets to switch channels and stuff. I'm thinking of getting HBO Go just for His Dark Materials, but since I've used up my free month, I will probably just ask one of my friends to lend me their account. I had WoW Classic for about a month, but I didn't have enough time to play, and wasn't entirely satisfied with the game and Blizzard - not to mention the Hearthstone thingy. Almost the same with FFXIV, I paid for I guess about 2 months, after the trial expired, but once again, not enough time to actually play. While I was working in the States this summer, we've gotten university e-mail addresses (since we worked in a university's summer camp), so I was able to use that to get 6 months Amazon Prime for free, and honestly, I probably would use it even now, was it as good here in hungary, as it is over there. Sadly, we don't have 2 days shipping, or anything alike, so I got rid of it. I'm thinking of getting the book subscription thing on my Kindle, since it's around the same price as one book, and I read more than one book a month, so it would worth it I guess, but I have quite some I have to read before, to clear my backlog. As for FEH Pass, I probably won't buy it. I still think the turn startover thing should exist by default for everyone (even if only in GHBs), and the same goes for automatic start. The only thing that's really worth is the new character/skin thingy, and honestly, I was considering buying it, because I like Lyn, but since the other one is Cordelia this time, who I'm not so fond of, I will skip. Maybe when they will give us someone from Sacred Stones and/or SoV I will reconsider.
  10. I got two that I like to think back on - one is playing Rayman 2 for the very first time. It is still to this day my most favourite game, and I'm pretty sure nothing will ever top it. I remember all the suffering, when I didn't know what to do, and we didn't have internet at home, so I couldn't look things up, but even if we had, I didn't knew any english at all (I learned german at that time), so I had to call my dad or mom to help me figure out what I'm supposed to do. The other good memory must be the times we played Cossack - European Wars in multiplayer with my father and siblings. Playing til late at night (until my mom came and told us it's time to stop), it was something we used to do every once in a while.
  11. Hard question, there are quite a few I dislike or straight out hate - and the lead of the list HAS to be Nowi. Everything about her is just... wrong. Now, I'm not necessarily against lolis, as long as they are nothing more than a, you know, young girl. I don't actually hate Elise or Sakura that much, I technically also don't dislike Myrrh, but Nowi....... I just can't... Other than her, I never really was a fan of Camilla, but at some point I realized that she is actually kind of acceptable? Unlike Tharja or Manuela. I also don't like Edelgard. But there is one character in 3H that I just can't stand - Bernadetta... She is the most boring character in the entire game, with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. I'm also not a fan of Ignatz. Some other hated characters of mine are: Loki, Helbindi, Surtr, the enemy nightmare-fairies from book IV, Veronica, Bruno, Anna (almost every single Anna), Corrins, Hel, Rowan, Darios...
  12. None of the teachers did afaik, so I guess there is that for Jeritza? And these guys are students if I understood everything correctly, so I'm still 85% sure they gonna get one or maybe I'm just too hopeful because I love the timeskip design of almost everyone, and want the new guys to have one as well
  13. Given how they have S-supports, I'm like 85% sure they will have a timeskip design, I mean, it would make sense for them to have. I'm really looking forward to them as well.
  14. But then a whole lot of subgenres of fantasy loses it's meaning - low fantasy, urban fantasy... all of a sudden Murakami's books take place in a high fantasy setting, since it's no longer our world with a little added extra, but a whole new world. Same goes for Harry Potter (sorry I always use this as an example, but I'm more of an actual high-fantasy type of guy, and only know mostly the mainstream of this subgenre - that, and hungarian books, which I don't think ever recieved a translation so I don't really want to use them as an example here). I think it all comes down to how each and every one of us interprets the world of the given title. You can't say hi to Harry, even though he is supposed to live in the UK, same goes for Lucy from Narnia. In my interpretations the story takes place in the real world, but neither the characters, nor the events are necessarily real. For me the same goes for alternate history stories as well. I don't interpret them as a different world from ours. Then again, we might define "world" in itself differently, which leads us to different beliefs of whether low-fantasy stories happen in our world, or a different world entirely. I do get where you are coming from though, and it is also a perfectly plausible perception of this. It's just not what I grew up thinking, and 'dI rather believe that there is that tiny little bit of magic in our world as in these stories, that I have yet to find. 🙂
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