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About eefara

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  1. Probably a really stupid question, but what is AS? It shows up on the detailed combat window.
  2. You were kinda ninja'd here, but it's nice to hear confirmation of the rumor. I wish we were given more information than these tidbits, but that's how it goes. Anyway, I can't wait to see FE in modern times. And forget a pegasus landing, I need me some full-blown wyvern landings. B| And welcome to the forums!
  3. All right, another convert. ;) And for those who it may interest, the official Nintendo page mentioned you can use those $30 on the WiiU eshop. I guess you'd just need to make sure you put in your $30 activation code while on the WiiU...
  4. Stop me if I've been ninja'd. Wasn't sure if I should post this in this forum or the SMTxFE one... but I figured more FE13 gamers will see it here. :P _____________________ http://tinycartridge.com/post/54936800448 /get-a-30-credit-for-buying-fire-emblem-and-smt Get a $30 credit for buying Fire Emblem and SMT IV If you caught Atlus's Shin Megami Tensei IV unboxing - yes, publishers are posting unboxing videos of their own games now - you heard the company stress that you should register the Club Nintendo code included with each copy. Now we know why! The full details aren't out for this deal, but it looks like you will be able to score $30 worth of eShop credit if you register both Fire Emblem: Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei IV (this photo doesn't specify that you need to buy both, but that's what makes the most sense) with North America's Club Nintendo. Presumably this works with both digital and physical copies, considering the shots of the retail boxes. Also, I'm guessing you'll be eligible even if you previously registered a copy of Awakening. The deal already makes sense because RPG fans will probably end up owning both of these anyway if they have a 3DS. And it helps to ease the pain of SMT IV costing $50 for its box set. Annnddd there's that whole Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem project for Wii U thing - that probably helped prod Nintendo into this unconventional promotion.
  5. Back when the news was first announced, most people commenting said that they'd never heard of/vaguely heard of/played 5 minutes of an SMT game. It's been a few months since then, and I was wondering if anyone has actually been able to play any SMT games since then. As a long time fan of both series, it'd be nice to see new perspectives from those who haven't played the games nearly as much as some other forums I visit.
  6. I saw it! ...But I don't think I'm the audience you're going for...
  7. I really have no idea. I don't even think they're used that widely by enemies in the game anyway, right? Maybe they're just naturally scarce?
  8. The only times I can think of when text is supposed to look like that is with ghosts. OoOOooOoOoooh...When they're trying to be spooky? I've also seen that when talking machines malfunction. ...But that's about it. Change it, I say.
  9. He's shown with her, married, in the opening animation.
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