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  • Birthday 10/21/2000

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  1. I initially wanted to learn French entered middle school, but ended up taking Italian and I'm really glad I chose it! I used to have trouble with congiuntivo, but I definitely understand it more now than I did in high school. The tense that does still continue to trip me up is whatever "fossi" is. I think it's a conjugation of essere in some way, but I don't know what the tense is called, what the other conjugations are, and when to use it (I literally know nothing about it at all) lol My parents didn't even try at all with my and my siblings. I understand absolutely zero Tagalog, except for the word for water lol
  2. I was born and grew up in the U.S., so I speak English as my native language. I'm Filipino, but my parents never taught me or my siblings Tagalog : ( I first learned Italian for seven years from middle school until I graduated high school. I'm now a sophomore in college, and I haven't met many people that can speak Italian, but I still use it on a daily basis for fun. I even set my phone language to Italian to continue learning. I then began learning Korean about 6 months ago, which I think is a very interesting and fun language to write and learn! And then just two weeks ago, I began learning some Spanish, so that I could surprise my Spanish-speaking friends back on campus. I love hearing about other people's stories about languages, so how many languages can you speak, and how/when did you learn them?
  3. It really doesn't happen to me. I never run out of things to talk about when I'm with people I love being around/with my close friends and family. If I run out of things to talk about, then I wouldn't consider myself as being close with that person/those people to begin with.
  4. I think this is a great change! I personally just won't be using the feature, as I did not with the gender one too, because I thought it looked too busy underneath the profile pic. Also, not quite sure what "rules they do not believe in" means. It seems like a stretch to call labeling pronouns instead of labeling gender discriminatory. If you like to think that binary gender does exist, just pick he/him or she/her and move on! : )
  5. Like the four people above me, I don't quite understand the homophobic restrictions also, sorry i think i'm just dumb, but what exactly is the "obvious reason"? 😞
  6. Definitely gonna support my girl Hildie but i don't know who i'm gonna switch to if she loses 😞 people definitely use the hairstyle less when they get older, which might explain why you haven't heard anyone use the word. i also barely hear the word thrown around, but that's because no one ever wears it, so it never comes up in conversation. but anyone i've ever spoken to (in elementary school through high school) in college right now still calls them pigtails, as i'm pretty sure that's the only to refer to them.
  7. Not sure why a thread like this was even created; it seemed like a bad idea ever since I saw it pop up. Of course, everyone is entitled to their own opinion and can like/dislike whoever they want, but it rubs me the wrong way that a thread was created solely for the reason everyone to speak negatively. I mean, things already got heated in the actual favorite characters thread, so why even make one just to be hateful? It's one thing to dislike a certain character, but some people here really go above and beyond. You don't have to understand why people like certain things. All you have to do is let people enjoy themselves and enjoy what they want to. And second, how in the hell does liking Sylvain, a fictional character, mean that women aren't respecting themselves? Honestly I think that's an unfair assumption and a little bit insulting even. I totally agree with this. It's wrong to call Sylvain out for assuming all women are after his crests, and then immediately go on to assume that women who like Sylvain lack respect for themselves and other women. He's a fictional video game character. It's not that deep. Sylvain would love to TORMENT me? girl it's a video game. get a grip
  8. As an final class, would Holy Knight or Valkyrie be better for Marianne? I find White Tomefaire to be pretty much useless, and I feel like the classes are pretty similar otherwise, as Valkyrie has 6 move but +1 range, and Holy Knight just has 7 move.
  9. Most of the Awakening cast. I was 12 when Awakening first came out, and for some reason, I had very strong opinions on characters that I didn't even bother to learn about or read supports for. I kinda just sped through the game without reading the dialogue or paying attention to the story and characters (I also did this for Sacred Stones, which was my very first FE game). I paid more attention to character design/appearance and gravitated toward those with unnatural hair colors and louder personalities, which is probably why I loved Severa so much. I specifically didn't really like Frederick, Stahl, Vaike, and Henry, but I do like them a lot more now. I would now even consider Stahl to be one of my favorite Awakening characters. And after all these years, I still ship him and Sumia and I am still mad that they cannot support lol
  10. Having a queer main character would be lovely, and it would be great if that could extend to non-main characters and non-lords too! I think Linhardt and Dorothea were a step in the right direction, and it would be amazing to have characters that are just totally gay and have achievable S-supports (or romantic paired endings) with characters of the same gender. I'd love to have representation through characters that aren't just bi.
  11. I first played Sacred Stones on the 3DS in 2012. Then Awakening came out in 2013, and that's when I made this account. And then I've played every game that came out since then. I tried to go back and play Radiant Dawn and Blazing Blade, but I just didn't get into them.
  12. Years ago, I used to be really vocal about the characters I "disliked" or "hated" on these forums. But I've mellowed out over the years, and I don't even feel the same about characters I used to LOVE like Cordelia or Severa. I've said I'm not a fan of a certain character or group of characters, but I wouldn't go as far to say I hate them for whatever reason. It just seems a bit ridiculous to have such a furious hatred for a fictional character. To answer the thread, the characters I like the least are probably Ashe and Ingrid, and that's just because Three Houses is the newest FE game and the freshest in my mind.
  13. More same-sex relationships/paired endings and characters that just happen to be gay. And not just characters that are forced representation. I definitely think Three Houses took a step in the right direction with characters like Linhardt, Dorothea, and Edelgard, as opposed to being locked to the creepy characters like Rhajat and Niles in Fates. It would also be neat to have characters that are just gay, and not bisexual. Like if Linhardt was only for male avatars, or if Dorothea was only for female avatars.
  14. I have a hard time between choosing Hilda and Claude as my very favorite, but Hilda is too relatable and funny so I'll give it to her: Hilda Claude Sylvain Dorothea Marianne Lysithea Ferdinand Edelgard Hubert Petra Looking at the list I made, I realize that I just don't like any of the Blue Lions except for Sylvain. Most of them seem bland or annoying to me, though some of them admittedly great units. I like to recruit all the students whenever I start a new file, and Felix and Mercedes are great units, but personality and appearance-wise, I just don't like them.
  15. Would: Weapon types not locked to a class. I like that you can have an axe-wielding Pegasus or a bow-wielding Hero. Magic spells limited to each battle, as opposed to draining your HP or having weapon durability like physical weapons have. A main camp (the monastery). I liked how you can walk around and interact with the students and faculty members. It reminded me of Fates, except it was in 3D. Would be nicer if it wasn't so huge and took a long time to find people. Two slots for equipping a weapon and a ring/shield. Being able to have a ring/shield was nice, and really helped out for my characters that had low speed or low accuracy. Range increase for Bows in certain classes. Range increase for reason/faith at S rank. Skills/Combat Arts that are exclusive to certain characters (like Swift Strikes or Frozen Lance). Also that you can learn some skills/combat arts from increasing your weapon rank, rather than all skills being tied to classes. Would not: Calendar system. It's a nice idea and I liked it the first two times I played the game, but I really feel like it drags out the game, especially Part 1. It's so hard for me to get through the first part of the game because I dread having to go through all the months. I liked having an overworld map like in Sacred Stones, Awakening, and Echoes. Fishing minigame Weapon durability Gender-locked classes
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