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81. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 04:37 GMT
Hey, does Eirika and Ephraim's relationship seem a little ... odd to you guys?
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82. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 05:00 GMT
Wow, this game is really deep actually... with all the strategies, planning, leveling up and what not. Thanks for the help guys, I'll see if I can get Eirika and Joshua leveled up a bit more, this is gonna take a while. D:
I suggest you start over. This kind of game is meant to be played multiple times. Try to balance all your units the next time around.
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83. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 05:14 GMT
I'm thinking of starting over. after all i have found out in just one day i feel like i missed a lot of chances to improve.
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84. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 13:06 GMT
Start over again? Oh boy, what a pain in the rear that's gonna be... :/
I'll see if I can level up Eirika to a stage where she's actually pretty good, if not I'll restart. :3
Thanks for the help again, guys!
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85. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 13:15 GMT
Start over again? Oh boy, what a pain in the rear that's gonna be... :/I'll see if I can level up Eirika to a stage where she's actually pretty good, if not I'll restart. :3Thanks for the help again, guys!
If you can clear the first 8 chapters, there is a split point but either way they give you a level to grind on
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86. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 13:39 GMT
xDemon720x wrote:Start over again? Oh boy, what a pain in the rear that's gonna be... :/I'll see if I can level up Eirika to a stage where she's actually pretty good, if not I'll restart. :3Thanks for the help again, guys!If you can clear the first 8 chapters, there is a split point but either way they give you a level to grind on
My concern with that is the fact that it wears down weapons. And you don't make enough money to pay for them.
87. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 13:45 GMT
Yeah, I got to the split point and for some reason chose Eirika lol. I do now wish I went with Ephraim, but ah well... I'll try Fire Emblem out again a little later and see how this battle goes, if it goes poorly I might as well just restart.
88. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 15:09 GMT
Ive started again and basicly took Seth out of the equation. Fact is he kills enemies too easily on early levels and deprives other characters of essential XP. I have three saves running at the moment, one for each the brother an sister after it branches off on the story and now a new one to see about leveling up my weaker units. I think I will have a go at farming on the Joshua level.
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89. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 15:27 GMT
I just hope that this bolsters interest in the series. We have only gotten 4 of the 10 games here in the US, and a remake of the first game for DS. There is another remake of the third (sequel to the first) but NOA hasn't picked it up yet. PLEASE NOA, MORE FIRE EMBLEM!
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90. Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2011 23:52 GMT
Well IGN back then gave it an 8.5, I mean...it's supposed to be a remake of the first game and all that, so...yeah. lol
The only problem with Fire Emblem Shadow Dragon is that the story sucks. Unless that bother's you, you should be fine. I mean really, it was an NES game. It didn't even halve much of a story to begin with.
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91. Posted: Tue 20th Dec 2011 03:41 GMT
Yeah I really hope the 3DS Fire Emblem game is localized.
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92. Posted: Tue 20th Dec 2011 07:37 GMT
Well, I don't have first-hand experience, but I hear that twins are generally closer to each other than other pairs of siblings.
Sometimes, a guy's twin sister may even kiss him to make the guy she likes jealous, but that usually only happens when they don't yet know they're related or that their father is the evil emporer's top enforcer (which would be quite bizzare and hilarious if this latter point actually turns out to be true in this game).
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93. Posted: Fri 23rd Dec 2011 19:32 GMT
I just discover something about myself; I'm not a fan of Fire Emblem
I don't know if I will like the game more if I haven't played Ogre Battle 64 since that game doesn't let the dead characters to stay dead forever.
Edited on Fri 23rd December, 2011 @ 19:33 by LucinaSmash
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94. Posted: Sat 24th Dec 2011 03:46 GMT
I like the "retired" characters aspect, because it forces you to think - something not many games do these days. If you think strategically and, in the case of TSS, not allow Seth to soak up all the EXP, you really shouldn't lose many characters, and if you do, they're few and far between. Just be sure to utilize everything at your disposal - different terrain, shops, "rescue," etc.
95. Posted: Sat 24th Dec 2011 03:56 GMT
after the branch i easly farmed all of my characters to level 20 so id probably say it would be about strat at that point i usually pick the best characters tha does nearly one hit kills in the party regardless of if i pick a mage level 20 those die easly unless i guard it in some way so its more hassle then it does good
96. Posted: Sat 24th Dec 2011 04:01 GMT
I like the "retired" characters aspect, because it forces you to think - something not many games do these days.
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97. Posted: Sat 24th Dec 2011 04:14 GMT
I been using Seth as a shield to help my weaker characters and not letting him level up since he doesn't get any stronger later in the game. I just got Amelia on my team, and now I'm gonna make her a beefy Knight
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98. Posted: Sat 24th Dec 2011 04:18 GMT
^^ Er, that wasn't what I was going for at all. If you rush things in FE, you'll get wrecked. That's just the way it is, so I gave some advice. On my first playthrough, I relied too heavily on Seth and ended up in a late chapter with only a handful of characters left. I was simply trying to stress the importance of planning, strategy, and using everything you have at your disposal.
Edited on Sat 24th December, 2011 @ 04:20 by 1upsuper
99. Posted: Sat 24th Dec 2011 04:20 GMT
they could make a game that doesn't make it too difficult for some people and too easy for others? Or other things that would be a constant major problem for any other series but since it's Fire Emblem it's A-OK?
Edited on Sat 24th December, 2011 @ 04:21 by kkslider5552000
100. Posted: Sat 24th Dec 2011 04:26 GMT
It does come with the name. You don't go to Ghosts 'n Goblins if you want a casual platformer. If you want to play Fire Emblem and play it well, you're going to have to play it with a certain mindset.