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Brave Lance

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  • Birthday August 19

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    Radiant Dawn

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  1. I'm only really gonna cover act 1 right now but I might come back to it later and add part 3 and 4. Nolan/Leonardo Grants each of them Avoid, Attack and Def. It's an easy support to build and what it has over Nolan/Edward is that it doesn't involve Edward. Leonardo at the very least can chip from a distance without missing. He won't be stepping on Nolan's toes like Edward will, and Edward definitely can't tank in any part of the game. Bowgun bros for life. Nolan gets a forged iron axe in 1-4 and passes it on to Jill once he wields steel axes without penalty. He usually gets beastfoe in part 3 and steals cancel from Leo. Leonardo shouldn't really be eating any resources. As long as he gets to level 10 he'll be able to promote and use crossbows, which is more than enough for him for part 3. Volug/Aran Def and Avoid for each of them. Aran can hold down the fort while Volug builds up his gauge, and it's slightly faster for each of them than they would be with Jill or Zihark. Volug gets the energy drop to allow him to one shot fire mages without a counterattack. It also helps him one round cats in part 3. He usually grabs renewal for self sustaining. Aran gets the first seraph robe, discipline and a forged Iron lance in 1-4. So long as he levels speed on his first map or early in his second map he'll be okay. Jill/Zihark Still Def and Avoid. God knows they'll need it in part 3. Jill sometimes gets the second seraph robe and usually gets the dracoshield. She needs a lot of investment and doesn't usually see a whole lot of output until part 4, but she's worth the investment nonetheless. Zihark grabs paragon for part 1 and can get to a position to be an early trueblade pretty early on in part 3. If Jill doesn't get the seraph robe then it goes to him for survivability and helping him reach his caps for BXP. Once Zihark reaches tier 3 he usually grabs resolve, although that does make him a terror to fight as an enemy when playing 3-E. Nihil and Parity exist, though, so it's not impossible.
  2. Believe it or not, I've actually run something like this before called FE7 7 mode. I was only allowed to have 7 units alive at one time, and I would spin a wheel whenever a new unit joined to see who among the living would be replaced (the new unit would be added to the rng pool so there was a chance of a new unit being forced to die immediately). It was hell during the earlygame, namely the merlinus gaiden, but it got really interesting later on when I had to train up weaker units just so I'd have enough bodies to go around. Bartre was the only unit that joined early that made it through the whole game. Overall a fun ruleset, and be sure to dread the Rath/Isadora/Heath chapter. 3 devastating wheel spins in one chapter. Edit: Whether it was obvious or not, these 7 units do not include any game over conditions.
  3. What the title says. I'm putting together a little funds guide and can't seem to get an exact number for this from the internet.
  4. Phoenix Wright, because he offers the most unique playstyle out of every other rep and is arguably the most iconic character of them all. Bringing him in also offers the opportunity for an easy sell for the next entry in the series on switch. The original trilogy has already sold pretty well on it, after all. Then there's the stuff like a courthouse stage, and all of the amazing music/remixes, and the general flair that Wright brings with him. Dante and Monster Hunter to me are just not as interesting, and someone like Amaterasu just doesn't have as much of a legacy in gaming as Wright.
  5. 1: 4/10 2: 3/10 3: 10/10 4: 9/10 5: 7/10 6: 6/10 7: 4/10 8: 3/10 9: 1/10 Rogue 1: 7/10 Solo: 8/10 Clone Wars: 10/10 Rebels: 6/10 Mandalorian: 9/10 And I'll throw in video games too since they're worth mentioning. Fallen Order: 8/10 Battlefront 2: 10/10 Lego Star Wars: 10/10
  6. As someone who plays DBFZ avidly I can say that the graphics that ArcSystemWorks can put out would be great for a FE fighting game.... However- a 3 on 3 fighting game doesn't make that much sense for fire emblem. I could see a 2v2 game (Blazblue Crosstag being the most recent example) to better match the pair up concept. I don't much care for story or OCs. Especially considering how warriors went nobody should expect much. As for characters, I'd much rather trade having no special costumes for having more fighters in general. Crosstag again does this pretty well with giving every character a set of the same basic alt colors, and giving each individual character some specific color sets that have some significance to the character or a reference to other characters (hell, even smash does this). There are currently 39 characters in DBFZ, with 15 of those being DLC and more DLC to come, so here is my roster of 39 (I'm not going to try and figure out who would and wouldn't be dlc). Infantry Swords: Marth, M!Byleth, Ike, Lyn, Alm, Ryoma Sword Cavs: Eliwood, Xander, Sigurd Sword Fliers: Elincia, Ashnard Infantry Lances: Ephraim, Dimitri, Azura Lance Cavs: Camus Lance Fliers: Caeda, Tsubasa Infantry Axes: Hector, Edelgard Axe Cavs: Titania Axe Fliers: Minerva, Camilla Archers: Takumi, Claude Daggers: Sothe Anima Mages: M!Robin, Arvis, Celica, Sanaki Light Mages: Micaiah, Linde Dark Mages: Leo, Gharnef, Lyon Dragons: Tiki, F!Corrin, Duma Laguz: Tibarn, Ranulf
  7. Marth, Ike, Robin and Edelgard sound good if only for proper representation of the series. Marth has the older games/general series legacy covered, Ike represents the series' refinement, Robin represents the series' resurgence/evolution, and Edelgard represents modern FE. And none of them will have a similar playstyle, which helps.
  8. None of the Crimean Knights or their friends are in yet. No Geoffrey, Kieran, Makalov, Astrid, Marcia, Danved, Devdan, Calil, Largo, Lucia, Bastian or Renning. It's criminal that such a huge part of the game still doesn't have representation.
  9. Oh boy... FE3H: Ingrid Dragonball Fighterz: Trunks (yes, I want more swordfighters) The Jackbox Party Pack 3?!!!.... pass? Tetris 99: A tetris block, unironically one of my most wanted characters. Pokemon Sword: Froslass Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Morag Phoenix Wright Trilogy: Franziska Von Karma ft. a whip tether grab. Pokemon Let's Go Eevee: Finally, a way for me to shoehorn in Alolan Ninetales. Mario Oddysey: uhhhh, the Bass player in Pauline's band. Astral Chain: Akira BOTW: Mipha Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: Crystal Splatoon 2: The Octoling Dragonball Xenoverse 2: Another Dragon Ball character? SSBlue Vegeta, I guess. Blazblue Crosstag Battle: Weiss Schnee. Never thought I'd see the day. Civ VI: Teddy Roosevelt Hyrule Warriors: Lana Octopath: Ophilia
  10. It's time for the quintessential Brave Lance unit, the best unit in all of Fire Emblem period, General Geoffrey of the Crimean Royal Knights. @Gator
  11. Honestly, not a lot has been affected- I'm doing better work for my classes from home than I was at college, and I'm having better sleep and eating better food. And my spring break was right before all this started so I was able to do a whole bunch of fun stuff with my friends. All that I've really been upset about is all the movies getting delayed. I was really looking forward to seeing Wonder Woman 1984 (I'm a huge dc nerd) but that got delayed, and poor New Mutants is literally never going to come out now. If you don't know the story with that one, TLDR it started production many, many years ago and got hit by delay after delay and then the fox-disney merger, and we thought it was finally coming to theaters for sure but then a pandemic happened and I'm starting to think we're not meant to see this movie.
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