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The Game Awards 2018 airs Thursday, Dec. 6th at 9:00PM EST with a half hour pre-show before then. And the man himself, Geoff Keighley is boasting about more than 10 new games being announced and delivering updates on Twitter this week about presenters. Head to the website for the nominees and info on voting. But if you ask me, the awards are just a formality and the real treats are the great games we played this year, and will play next year. And of course new game reveals and trailers all vying to steal the show like it's E3. HOT Game announcements this year were: Far Cry: New Dawn Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Scavengers Hades The Outer Worlds Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled The Last Campfire Sayonara: Wild Hearts Stranger Things Season 3 Game Dragon Age: The Dread Wolf Rises Mortal Kombat 11 And also Joker is the first (paid) DLC newcomer in Smash Ultimate. And this year's Game of the Year award went to God of War! Whoo!
Sooooo... if someone doesn't want Loki's 5* lv40 dialogue spoiled, I suggest you close this topic right now. For those who remained. What are the nine worlds that Loki is blabbering about? Under what logic are they counting? When they differentiate worlds and Outrealms I think they mean the Outrealms like the ones in Fates were the kids grew up, who are so small and pointless there's no reason to call them Worlds. But then what are those worlds? We know that things like Nifl and Muspell are called kingdoms, they are not worlds. The world Heroes takes place in is Zenith. just 1 world. According to the game the only thing that counts as alternate worlds are the ones the heroes from the FE games come from. Obviously we can't count every single game as a world because that's more than 9 and counting Birthright and Conquest, or Blazing Blade and Binding Blade as 2 different worlds is dumb. The game is being dumb when it even suggests that. But then... I actually took the time to think what the 9 worlds are and I think I might be onto something. Let's start with saying that Awakening, Shadow Dragon, New Mystery, Genealogy, Thracia and Echoes all take place in the same world, as do FE1, 2 and 3 obviously. A second world is the one in which Binding Blade and Blazing Blade take place. The world in which Sacred Stones takes place is number 3. Then we have Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn. They are in world 4. World 5 is where Hoshido and Nohr are. World number 6 is Zenith, where Heroes takes place. I know little about Fire Emblem Warriors. But I have to assume that the kingdom the blonde twins rule is in its own world. World number 7 Some of you may object that Tokyo Mirage Session is such a whacky spin-off that it shouldn't count. It shouldn't be canon. But the thing is, Fire Emblem Heroes comes in our help and CONFIRMS that the world of Tokyo Mirage Session is canon. Because TMS takes place on Earth, in our world. And we know that our world is canon in Fire Emblem lore because Kiran comes from that world. OUR WORLD IS WOLRD NUMBER 8 IN THE FIRE EMBLEM MULTIVERSE! But this is were we stop. We are 1 world short of a complete collection. Except... we are not! Fire Emblem: Three Houses is coming, everyone knows it's coming. And there's no reason to believe it's not in its own world (inb4 it takes place in Magvel in the future and my theory dies). IS is making 3 Houses, it will come out next year, and it's a no brainer to take characters from that game and put them in Heroes, perhaps even before the game comes out if Faye is any indication. So it makes perfect sense to plan the story for Heroes in advance knowing that the world of 3 Houses is coming. And just like that, everything falls into place, everything is consistent. It's confirmed that there are 9 (N I N E) worlds in Fire Emblem. Just nine. But wait! You may object that Brave Veronica says that she comes from a different world from the one of regular Veronica. That makes it world number 10. Except... I think that when she says "different world" she means "different timeline". Every decision that changes the flow of history creates a different timeline. It's what Lucina told us. There is a clear difference from the same world, with some differences caused by the actions of its inhabitants and a world that looks nothing like the previous one. I know this is very complicated, but it's actually the foundation on which FEH is built. Because if not for the existence of different timelines nothing in the game would make sense. How come I can receive letters from another summoner? Shouldn't Kiran be the only summoner? Answer: different timelines. There is a timeline in which Anna waited a second too long before using Breidablik and a different summoner appeared. How come I have 130 Hinatas in my Order of Heroes? How many Hinatas exists? Answer: an infinite number, just like the infinite number of timelines. I actually really like the theory that says every time we start a Fire Emblem game, we create a different timeline. Because the growths of our units won't be exactly the same, we won't take the same exact number of turns to complete a map, we may decide to recruit Deen instead of Sonya, or we may lose some units and not reset. Of course this theory is heavily based on the theory about how the Pokémon Multiverse works, but it's a nice theory nonetheless and it makes too much sense to ignore. It may even explain the weird alts we complain about. Eirika with Gleipnir? She comes from a timeline in which an experienced player was having way too much fun with the Dark Magic Glitch. Bunny Lucina? Well, we saved the world from Grima, of course the Lucina who is still a baby will grow up to be an happier princess that enjoys silly things like that. Different worlds + different timelines are the answer to everything. Of course not everyone will like such an answer, but it is the answer the game gave us. Personally I really like that IS may decide to use Fire Emblem Heroes (the only spin-off they have total control on, without Atlus or Koei-Tecmo in the way) to answer some very big questions about how the Fire Emblem Universe works as a whole, and maybe I'm hoping too much, but I think they may do more of this kind of stuff in the future. Like explain what the heck is going on with the Cipher original characters? Please IS? Anyway, I just thought of something silly. Some time time ago Akira Toriyama decided to drop a BIG piece of Dragon Ball lore out of nowhere by telling us how many universes exist in the Dragon Ball canon. And now IS decides to do the same and randomly drop a huge information like it's nothing. IS: "Yeah, there are 9 worlds, or something. But let's go back to the important stuff now: we heard that you have some complaints about the arena works and we..." Anyway I want to hear what you all think about this matter. Are there really only nine worlds? Or IS just got drunk again and is blabbering nonsense?
Because nuzlockes are weirdly fun and I've never actually completed one before curse you, White, I considered doing one for X. After some talk with people off and on SF, I came up with some rules: Standard nuzlocke, but because this is also a Kalos only run, the wild encounter rule is slightly altered. Instead of the usual rule, if my first encounter on a new route is a non-Kalos pokemon, then I must treat it as a trainer battle (no running) and the rule is ignored. This carries on until I finally encounter a Kalos pokemon. The duplicate rule will NOT be in effect No exp share, because I'm a real player nut No gift pokemon are to be used. The only exception to this rule are the fossil pokemon you can choose (I think? Been a while), since you can optionally choose to revive them If any of you would like to suggest any rules or change any of the ones I've listed, do tell The only other thing to note is how I'm actually going to playlog this. I could have it done entirely with text, but I think it might turn off some people from the nuzlocke. There's a possibility I could record and commentate with a crappy webcam take photos using said webcam for juicy parts, but we'll see what the poll tells me. I would use Miiverse, but apparently you can't take photos of X/Y and upload them to Miiverse, which confuses me somewhat, but that's for another time Index: The story begins (up to Shauna battle) The worst nicknames (up to Santalune Forest) STAB moves are so useful. Equipment failings aren't (up to roller skates) First gym badge. Also known as the I'M SO PARANOID chapter (got my first badge!) THE FLOWER THAT KILLS ALL! (just outside Sycamore's lab) THE LEGENDARY BATTLE WITH THE STONER-LOOKING GUY! (outside Sycamore's lab after the battle) Innocence and horseshoes (beginning of route 5) THE DEBUT OF THE MIGHTY PALADIN! Featuring crappy friends (beginning of route 6) The cinders of love. Also this game is rigged to give me shitty natures (just after the firework display) I'm just a painter, who paints his life away... (just after the 2v2 rival battle on route 7) Horde battles should only be a thing when you're EV training (just before route 9) "Class" doesn't even begin to describe how... thing they are (just after the end of Glittering Cave) Another awful nature and the chapter where Poly kills me afterwards because I didn't get to route 10 (just before Cyllage City) Second gym confirmed Glitzville. VASHIANE SMASH. Bring your Doritos dip (got my second badge!) I have 20 hours playlogged already how do you even (just before route 11) Canines don't stand a chance against birds! (near the end of route 11) [spoiler=Casualties]Need the Fletchling (level 10. Route 22) THO? the Bunnelby (level 10, Gym Leader Viola) Glaedyr the Quillidin (level 23, Cyllage City Gym)