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  1. There's so many waifus to choose from that I'm spoilt for choice. There's also a bit of combat here and there but that doesn't matter. It's called fire emblem fates in case anyone is interested.
  2. 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
  3. So after reading the character descriptions from this LP (near the bottom of the page), I decided to try my hand at doing something similar myself, only with FE13... because I was bored and had nothing better to do. I was only bored enough to do descriptions for the Gen Wunderkins, apparently. I probably think the descriptions are more witty and clever than they actually are (and some of them I don't even get anymore), but that's how it goes when you have an overinflated ego (which is why I made these thread because that ego was cruising for a bruising). Also Euklyd helped me with 99% of these, so props. Anyways, keep in mind that the descriptions are not entirely serious (although I'd like to think that they're fairly accurate :3), so don't feel offended if your favorite character didn't get the optimal description (and more importantly, don't spend pages arguing about it here). That being said, if there's anything you feel that can be changed or improved (or you just don't get a description, feel free to mention it (or just leave your general comments, that works too). Just as long as you're not expecting a quality answer, of course! CHROM: The heroic, well-respected lord. Bit of a hypocrite. AVATAR: The charismatic, amnesiac tactician. Bit of a player. LISSA: The perky, tomboyish cleric. Bit of a brat. FREDERICK: The no-nonsense, Chromosexual great knight. Bit of a pyromaniac. SULLY: The foul-mouthed, straightforward cavalier. Bit of a tryhard. VIRION: The clever, womanizing archer. Bit of a legend. STAHL: The helpful, perpetually hungry cavalier. Bit of a bro. VAIKE: The confident, absent-minded fighter. Bit of an egomaniac. MIRIEL: The methodical, perfectionist mage. Bit of a nerd. SUMIA: The ditzy, kindhearted pegasus knight. Bit of a hate magnet. DONNEL: The incompetent, peculiar-speaking villager. Bit of a pothead. LON'QU: The unsociable, woman-fearing myrmidon. Bit of a hunk. RICKEN: The endearing, animal-loving mage. Bit of a shota. MARIBELLE: The proud, sophisticated troubadour. Bit of an elitist. GAIUS: The calm, relatable thief. Bit of a sugar-fiend. PANNE: The independent, apathetic taguel. Bit of a xenophobe. CORDELIA: The hard working, beautiful pegasus knight. Bit of an eidolon. GREGOR: The mature, easy-going mercenary. Bit of a swell sword. NOWI: The energetic, childish manakete. Bit of a pedobait. LIBRA: The calm, attentive war monk. Bit of a zealot. THARJA: The sadistic, self-centered dark mage. Bit of a stalker. ANNA: The friendly, iconic trickster. Bit of a con artist. OLIVIA: The antisocial, talented dancer. Bit of an exhibitionist. CHERCHE: The loyal, composed wyvern rider. Bit of a dragonkin. HENRY: The cheerful, cruel dark mage. Bit of a punslinger. SAY'RI: The determined, old-fashioned swordmaster. Bit of a nonentity. TIKI: The naive, revered manakete. Bit of a deadbeat. BASILIO: The quirky, badass warrior. Bit of a possum. FLAVIA: The brave, informal hero. Bit of a sore loser. PRIAM: The sociable, powerhungry hero. Bit of a throwback.
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