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DarthR0xas

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    Radiant Dawn

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  1. Alright, managed to scrape this together. It actually turned out less disturbing than planned, mainly since I dropped a lot of the other ideas I had, they were a tad nonsensical. Anyways. Title: The Fires of a Loss Word Count: 1931 Universe: Elibe
  2. My current guesses are that left is Est, right is Caeda. I also think the right one could be Eirika in which case the left might be Ross. I hope the left isn't Kiragi since that'd be the second child character locked behind a summer alt.
  3. Yeah, that's what's going on with me. Gotta properly build up to my sacrifice (which is turning up quite a bit more disturbing than I originally planned)
  4. No clue who half these people are, just brought my bois Death Knight and Raph to the top and Bern to the bottom (not since I don't like her, but since everyone else likes her and there's gotta be some balance)
  5. Generally the staves are the best use for the Hammerne, since Thracia staves are broken AF. However if you want to use it on a personal weapon like the Pugi (Bhuj) or the Light brand, then those are also good uses for it. Use it in any situation you think it's necessary. Thracia isn't too generous with its magic swords, but don't be afraid to use them. I used the Flame Sword quite a bit myself, since it makes the Manster Escape Sequence, namely that one death room in Chapter 4, a lot easier to manage. It's like any other rare weapon in FE. Don't overuse them, but don't be too stingy on their uses or else you're trying to hammer a screw in when you have a perfectly good screwdriver in your toolbox.
  6. Looks awesome man, I played a little bit of it (Like 30 minutes, nothing extreme) and could already tell I was in for something amazing. I'm waiting until the full translation, but take as much time as you need. I agree with Observer and the Saint in saying I'd prefer this to come out next year and have everything be the same high standard of quality to this coming out in like three months but the back half isn't good. They're mostly accurate, they add some information and charm that wasn't there. I believe in Exile the dry villain dialogue was changed to be a lot more fun to read, since they're not really translations. They're localizations. They change up some stuff since that's what a more modern audience, or at least one with internet access needs. Be a little more forward in dialogue and game mechanics so you don't need another tab open with facts about the game (like how Project Exile put the growth rate alterations in the Scroll descriptions, which while not what the original Japanese did, is much better for the general audience who is going to be playing the game, since we now live in the days where this can all be looked up and it's an item that people might not use if they don't have that info.) The issue is that you often have to rewrite a lot of sentence structures to be comprehensible in English. A direct translation when not put through a tad bit of localizing is hot nonsense. Should it convey the general message of the original? Absolutely. Does it have to be exact? No, that would hurt the quality of the game. That and since English is a much longer and larger language than Japanese, you have to condense some sentences to make them easier to fit into the game, and to make it so the text doesn't scroll on for way too long.
  7. Pretty easy overall. Repo-ed Valentine Hector to cover the right side, the firesweep archer attacked him, then Dealthea just moved between them, but couldn't attack since no one was there. Easy kill of those two. Then everyone else just baited the other enemies out.
  8. Feel free to write a story if you desire, it just won't be voted on, so it can't win. You don't need to write something if you don't want to, but there's also nothing stopping you from writing another story for fun. First thing that came to mind was Goku asking Chi Chi "Don't babies come from storks?" Not going to go with that, since I don't watch DBZ, but I imagine building a scene like that is the direction I'll take this prompt.
  9. Yeah basically, as I said, my preference changes from "Yeah, he should talk" to "no, he shouldn't talk" and vice versa pretty often, so I get just picking the easier of the two. Seems like it'd be a pretty easy thing to add imo. Just have Link go there to prepare for the cold of the mountain. Like he ventured there once and nearly died, so then he wanders around and finds the old man chilling in his cabin, to which you could add a humorous interaction, the old man throws in some basic tutorial about cooking or something to that effect, and then Link goes on to the mountain, cut to the Bokoblin fight, or just to Shrine, really your choice past that point.
  10. Ah, gotcha https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1Nn0WggvTw Just watch that for half a second and you can see there are cat and tiger Laguz, along with the enemy dragons. Or just look at the enemy data on the good Wiki https://fireemblemwiki.org/wiki/Repatriation It says 2 cats and 2 Tigers, which I think might just be normal mode. There aren't any birds to my knowledge though, so you're right on that front.
  11. Man, I was really feeling this prompt, but then finals hit and once they ended, basically the day before the deadline, I got hit with writers block. Oh well, that's life for you. Anyways, onto the critiques @Anacybele @TheSilentChloey @Dragoncat @Jotari @AnonymousSpeed @Interdimensional Observer Sorry mate, I would read yours but since it's got spoilers, and I've just picked up XCX, I'm going to have to abstain for now. Also, I am stealing the phrase "Fudge flakes and chocolate crunchies!", since that is just too good. @Azure in a Roundabout @Ottservia Not sure who I should vote for this round, there are a couple good choices.
  12. It's more common than you think. Also, don't think of it as marriage without romance. Marriage doesn't inherently mean there's sex involved. Think of an average old couple, they're married, so it's basically just an advanced relationship. Granted, those old people might've done some hanky-panky beforehand, but the idea can be applied to relationships at an earlier age. Love can be expressed in many different ways, and if it's just two people getting married for some reason outside of sex, like tax benefits, then so be it. Also I'm positive there are marriages without romance somewhere in FE. It's not in any modern FE, but in the older FEs, like Radiant Dawn with Ike's paired endings with Soren/Ranulf, or some of the paired GBA endings where it's only stated that the pair aids each other where necessary. But I do agree that it's very interesting, mainly since it's a relationship type not normally expressed in media, so seeing more interpretations of it will always be fascinating.
  13. Except don't they actively screw over each other while trying to attack you? You can actively use the attacks of one on another. I distinctly remember this, since I used a stunned Dharkon's eye to block the homing orbs of Gallem's triple attack, and if you knocked one of them out, the other would do a super attack, taking away like a third of the other's health bar. There are plenty of other examples, since they work in such a way that they hurt and help each other basically every part of the fight they aren't being stationary. Also, I really don't think Dracula should be that high. Bar high level intensity classic mode runs where he is the boss, he's piss easy most of the time. You can tear through his first form with ease with any character that has good aireals (see Ike for the character I went with most often), and his second form is a slightly harder Ganon fight. I was also personally disappointed with some of the changes to Master/Crazy Hand. Maybe I'm remembering wrong, but I always remembered them being an actual challenge with a ton of threatening moves. These have maybe three moves between the both of them I find remotely threatening, and the rest can be quite easily dodged.
  14. It doesn't. The only green text at that point of the video is the enemy's weapon. Felicia's still uses the normal yellow font color.
  15. That's the lance armor's weapon, not hers. Her weapon is clearly shown to not be effective against armors, it's merely Glacies doing a massive amount of damage.
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