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Hello, everyone. I'm planning to play the Blue Lions route when Three Houses releases, but there's a problem: I'm not really sure who to make the dancer in the Blue Lions. There's a small group of females in the group (I'm guessing dancer is female-locked as I saw evidence of both Hilda and Dorothea as dancers, both female) but the thing is that the three females in the group already have other planned jobs within my team. (I want Ingrid to be a flier, Mercedes to be a priest, Annette to be a normal mage). I understand that you can freely change classes, but if I want a dancer for one map (mandatory in my eyes) I will skip out on the other niches that the girls happen to fill. I'm probably recruiting Ferdinand to the Blue Lions to complete my plan of usurping Edelgard... also because I like his character a lot. Do you all have any suggestions?
Hi everyone, So I just got to Chapter 12x, and I believe this is the first chapter where you can use the "Augury" command in the "Preparations" screen. Anyways I am just wondering what "Letter Rankings" the various "Rating Responses" from the Augury translate into, and I am hoping someone could enlighten me. I have only received two types of ratings: "You're doing really well!" - for Overall, Survival, Funds, Power and "Keep up the good work." - for Tactics, Power, Exp I am assuming "You're doing really well!" is equivalent to an A rank and "Keep up the good work." is equivalent to a B rank, but maybe someone else has a concrete answer that I can rely on instead of my assumption. Thank you!
One thing that I've been confused about, looking at the design of the dancer (shown below), is what exactly each part is supposed to be called. I haven't been able to find anything that could help me start identifying, say, the ribbon-thing connecting her wrists. Can anyone help me actually find the names for these things?
Both in the traditional sense of western societies, your opinion of the universal aspects of these adjectives, and how you think characters would think of different classes within their worlds. For my initial list I'm primarily taking into consideration this last explanation. Note that I've only played the localized games with the exception of not having finished Sacred Stones, so I'm only including the classes I've seen in-game. Everyone familiar with different classes from the other entries in the series is free to add classes that are significantly different than those listed here. I’m excluding the various axe / lance knight type distinctions, along with laguz, manaketes and the like being compared to humans. I'm also excluding "unique classes", e.g. Raven King, Dark God, ect. and classes that are not inherent to a character (e.g. Bride). My rough estimate for the classes: Feminine to Masculine, in order -------Feminine-------- Dancer Troubadour Falcon Knight Pegasus Knight Dark Flier Cleric ------------ Gender Neutral--------- Trickster Priest Mage Thief Rogue Wyvern Rider Wyvern Lord / Dragonlord Griffin Rider Archer Sniper Sage Assassin Myrmidon Swordmaster Paladin Cavalier -----------Masculine---------- Lord Great Lord Dark Mage Sorcerer / Druid Horseman Soldier Halberdier Great Knight (Awakening) Knight Bishop General Mercenary Hero Fighter Warrior Bandit Berserker And just for fun, continuing the trend of feminine to masculine: For Laguz: --Feminine-- Heron --Gender Neutral-- Cat Raven Hawk Wolf Dragon Lion Tiger Weapons (one of the easier ones simply taking into account typical weights and consequent feasibility of wielding each): Axes Lances Swords Bows Daggers Magic (this one I feel is extremely open to debate and interpretation, so I'm quite curious as to what everyone will think): Lightning Dark Wind Fire Light