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Darkmoon6789

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  1. From my experience so far, I think Nemesis is pretty good. Here is my build. https://www.dropbox.com/s/amemncxypxyf8yu/Screenshot_20201023-214624.png?dl=0 He kind of earned himself a spot as the red unit for a enemy phase team also, consisting of brave Edelgard, brave Dimitri and Flayn. I needed someone who is capable of taking hits from both physical and magic. He has had more success than any other red tank I have used so far. Plus he is technically a free unit. I don't expect brave Edelgard level power. I actually prefer Nemesis to the other creators sword users because he can take more punishment. His speed issue can also mostly be fixed with quick riposte
  2. That is the implications of Edelgard's comments about it in her paralogue anyway. If true if does alot jusify Edelgard's actions. In contrast Edelgard seems really tolerant of outside cultures. Even dead set on conquering Fodlan, her plans for conquest never went further than that. Almost as if her goals involves waging war on Fodlan to prevent future conflicts with the outside world
  3. If you ask me, verdant wind Dedue did nothing but double down on Dimitri's obsession with vengeance. But this need to have Edelgard's head is nothing but the same darkness that brought his liege to his doom. He completely fails to develop an identity beyond doing Dimitri's bidding even in death.
  4. Yeah, but as someone who has played that path. I will just say this, the game always depicts Dimitri during his psycho phase to be in the wrong, his obsession is never depicted as the right thing to do, quite the opposite. But I don't know why the game offers you another choice if you are not feeling up for siding with Edelgard, but don't offer the same courtesy. If you don't feel right supporting Dimitri's crusade of vengeance.
  5. Said prisoner is an imperial general, not that it really changes much. I would still reccomend playing that path. That Dimitri isn't some goodie two shoes heroic prince is actually what makes him a compelling character to me, his inner darkness just makes him more intresting. Watching certain scenes will be difficult, but I still reccomend following that path to the end after you complete your current one.
  6. One reason I had no trouble siding against the church was that I really felt that Jeralt was pretty much forced to take up his old position, but didn't really want to be there. Same with Byleth, the church takes their allegiance for granted, but neither were really given any other choice. Yet Rhea still expects you to die for her, even expects you to kill your own students when they step out of line from the perspective of the church. She expects Byleth to be the chosen saviour of the faith, but they themselves were never given a choice in the matter. I also remember what Jeralt said early in the game. "Don't trust Rhea". Seems to me that Jeralt isn't there willingly. I will say that Rhea is a complicated character and isn't exclusively evil, but there are many things I am bothered by. Like her, stating before you take down the Lonato rebellion that you should make an example of what happens if you oppose the church. By the way, I think you will love Edelgard as your main Lord, especially if you hate Rhea. Just remember, it is absolutely imperative that you must have done Edelgard's C+ support before chapter 11 and you need to accompany her to her coronation during this same chapter. You will be locked into siding with Rhea otherwise and given what I hear from you here, it is the last you would want.
  7. What house are you playing? Given what you said I hope it is Black Eagles. If so you have an opportunity you will greately enjoy.
  8. I agree with most of what you are saying, Edelgard is only human and sometimes operate out of incomplete information, but that doesn't mean she doesn't have some genuine insight. Some see Edelgard as a villain, I see a good-natured girl who only does what she thinks is right. Even if she is willing to work with the Agarthans, she was never truly part them, it is simply a matter of convenience because they share the same enemy. We know very little about Nemesis, but it is not especially hard to imagine why Seiros would hold a grudge against him, considering that he killed his mother. In any case, I am actually a close friend of silver-haired maiden. This despite my fanatical devotion to Edelgard, if you are civil with her you will notice that she can be a lot more reasonable than you are probably assuming. On the other hand, I do understand why fans of Edelgard are tired of seeing people streaking this flawed, yet good-natured Emperor like she was the devil and that you have to be a psychopath to genuinely agree with her. It is harder to respect other people's opinions and it doesn't feel like our own is being respected. But I have found this forum to be less toxic than other places. I would just not debate anyone who resorts to personal attacks. It isn't worth it and nothing you could say could change such a person's mind. If we who like Edelgard can sometimes be harsh towards our opposition, I think it is because we are sick of of having our opinions not being seen as valid. But that goes two ways, being overly harsh in return will only fuel the hatred of her more fanatical detractors.
  9. The thing is that there really isn't an objective source on the history of Fodlan in game, the history in the monastery library we know is severely sanitised and biased towards the church of Seiros. The books from the shadow library go against the church narrative, but still are from dubious sources. Edelgard has uncovered some secrets of Fodlan not known by most people, but even the reliability of her sources are hard to prove objectively. What is more important, however, is that she believes in what she is saying. But I doubt she knows the full history of the Agarthans and the Nabateans. In fact, it is very unlikely she would know that is very few people do. The very reason the church coverup up the real origin of the crests and relics makes it very unlikely. Edelgard would fully know what they are. Unless the Agarthans told her, which they wouldn't as it is information that might turn her against them. I don't think Edelgard even knows that Rhea's people were subject to a genocide by the Agarthans. Not that we are not even on opposite sides, I am also an avid supporter of Edelgard. I think everyone should try to be more civil in the future, it is okay that others have different opinions.
  10. Excuse me? A Muslim by definition is someone who follows the religion of Islam, like a Christian is follows Christianity. What you said, would make more sense if you said arabs, but they are just one of many ethnic groups that makes up most Middle Eastern countries. Islam has people of many different backgrounds following it and they would be all considered Muslims regardless of their country of origin. In any case, I am not sure who my least favourite character in the game would be, because I don't really harbour any real resentment towards anyone. Yes, I do really hate Thales or the despicable things he had done, but he is kind of supposed to be hatable. The one who would be my least favourite is probably someone I constantly forget exists because they are so insignificant.
  11. I would second that, Edelgard and Dimitri sure aren't my favourites for being perfect. Ironically, flaws is a major part of what makes a character likeable, there aren't anything more unlikable than someone perfect, which is why Mary Sue's and Gary Stue's are usually so hated. But it also kind of connects to another observation I have made, having character flaws might actually be a necessary ingredient in even having empathy. If we didn't have flaws ourselves, how can we understand and sympathise with the shortcomings of others? Take my favourite, Edelgard. She has made her fair share of mistakes, but I do understand where she's coming from due to her past. I wouldn't love her nearly as much as I do if she weren't fallible
  12. Fortunatly Dorothea is rather popular with western audiences.
  13. By the way, any thoughts about this Kronya build? https://www.dropbox.com/s/3v8djmwmurpvbuf/Screenshot_20200901-162953.png?dl=0
  14. It depends on if he promises those girls a monogamous relationship or not, if he is honest about his intentions ,that wouldn't be cheating. I am not certain which one is the case, as I don't remember all the details.
  15. That is a thing though, this is his solo ending. So it is only true if he doesn't end up with anyone. There is no mention of him cheating in his ending with Ingrid, Dorothea, or Mercedes. Also, very Edelgard-like logic with the nuclear bombs, can't say I disapprove. While I would say that killing civilians is never good, it can be argued it was necessary in that case.
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