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  • Birthday January 21

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    Yied Desert, dealing with restricted movement

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    Radiant Dawn

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  1. Lao-Shan, Shen Gaoren, Jhen Mohran and Ceadeus were definitely memorable for me. Sure, first two were pretty dull and Gaoren only did a bit more than Lao-Shan, but holding back two monsters that were pretty much moving fortresses and actually killing them with weapons that were pretty much just toothpicks and lollipops to them was very satisfying. Jhen was very fun. Something about using the ballistae, cannons and dragonators of the ship was really cool. Ceadeus gave me a lot of problems. I wasn't really that good at underwater combat and it pretty much just rammed and shot me consecutively, pretty much stunlocking me. But its battle themes and arena were great and I enjoyed underwater combat despite being bad at it. The very best part, though, is when Proof of a Hero/the MHDos theme for Gaoren plays in the finale or after the dragonator scores a hit. Excluding Ceadeus, but that would've ruined the tone of the fight for me. I remember first playing MHFU and being really bad at it. I had a hard time with even Giadrome and Yian Kut-Ku. I was strictly blademaster until I watched Vodgoblin play it and convinced me to use gunner weapons too. That really improved my experience playing the game and I managed to make it to HR solo. I got better overtime but I guess not good enough to get to G-Rank. Also the game where I first got into longsword and I've mained it since then. A lot of others too, like my first multiplayer hunt in MHGen where me and my party tore through Gore Magala, first getting MH3U and being amazed by the underwater environment, all the rage while playing, all the mishaps, the fun and the feeling of satisfaction after crafting gear.
  2. I like Forest and vast, open plains . Forests provide this sort of natural, ancient vibe to them. They're usually full of life and can make for a stunning and serene scenery. Plus, poking around them can yield a lot of secrets like caves, dungeons, clearings and cliffs that give a good view of the land. Plains feel really free. They're the kinds of places where anyone can just speed through them without getting in the way. Gives a real sense of fun and adventure.
  3. I love a lot of OSTs, so uh here: Come On, Start the Adventure! from EO2U Twilight Sad from Last Window: Secret of Cape West Original version of Time from Persona 3 Portable, the Atlus Kitajoh Remix from P3DMN and the Live Band version Hau'oli City (Night) from Pokemon SuMo Monster Hunter the Jazz remix of Narga's theme from MHFU
  4. Rios


    Thanks, nice to meet you as well! I'm not really sure, but I'm kind of inclined towards Tellius and Magvel but I'm enjoying FE4 as well. I like other gaming series, but I primarily like RPGs like Zelda, Monster Hunter and I liked playing through Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold so I'm hoping to get more into EO. Thanks! That's a pretty neat emoticon, might want to overuse it now haha.
  5. Rios


    Hey! I've been a Fire Emblem fan since playing FE8 about 3 years ago and have dropped by this here Forest on several occasions but I've only really made an account now. I've played through several FE games at this point including Sacred Stones, Path of Radiance, Radiant Dawn and Shadows of Valentia. Currently playing Genealogy of the Holy War and waiting for more Joshua in Heroes.
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