History Headscratchers / EtrianOdyssey

10th Apr '18 2:12:31 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* So...is ''Cross'' the GrandFinale of the series? A major component of the series is mapmaking with the stylus, and the [=3DS=] may well be Nintendo's final resistive-touchscreen system. I can't see ''Etrian Odyssey'' cartography working on the Switch's capacitive touchscreen which requires fingers or a specific type of stylus, the former being relatively imprecise and the latter not being a particularly popular purchase amongst smart-device or Switch owners.

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* So...is ''Cross'' the GrandFinale of the series? A major component of the series is mapmaking with the stylus, and the [=3DS=] may well be Nintendo's final resistive-touchscreen system. I can't see ''Etrian Odyssey'' cartography working on the Switch's capacitive touchscreen which requires fingers or a specific type of stylus, the former being relatively imprecise and the latter not being a particularly popular purchase amongst smart-device or Switch owners. Not to mention, even if such a feature was implemented, it would effectively make the game handheld-only, something that I'm sure many Switch owners would be displeased about.
10th Apr '18 2:11:43 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* So...is ''Cross'' the GrandFinale of the series? A major component of the series is mapmaking with the stylus, and the [=3DS=] may well be Nintendo's final resistive-touchscreen game. I can't see ''Etrian Odyssey'' cartography working on the Switch's capacitive touchscreen which requires fingers or a specific type of stylus, the former being relatively imprecise and the latter not being a particularly popular purchase amongst smart-device or Switch owners.

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* So...is ''Cross'' the GrandFinale of the series? A major component of the series is mapmaking with the stylus, and the [=3DS=] may well be Nintendo's final resistive-touchscreen game.system. I can't see ''Etrian Odyssey'' cartography working on the Switch's capacitive touchscreen which requires fingers or a specific type of stylus, the former being relatively imprecise and the latter not being a particularly popular purchase amongst smart-device or Switch owners.
10th Apr '18 2:11:36 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* So...is ''Cross'' the GrandFinale of the series? A major component of the series is mapmaking, and the [=3DS=] may well be Nintendo's final resistive-touchscreen game. I can't see ''Etrian Odyssey'' cartography working on the Switch's capacitive touchscreen which requires fingers or a specific type of stylus, the former being relatively imprecise and the latter not being a particularly popular purchase amongst smart-device or Switch owners.

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* So...is ''Cross'' the GrandFinale of the series? A major component of the series is mapmaking, mapmaking with the stylus, and the [=3DS=] may well be Nintendo's final resistive-touchscreen game. I can't see ''Etrian Odyssey'' cartography working on the Switch's capacitive touchscreen which requires fingers or a specific type of stylus, the former being relatively imprecise and the latter not being a particularly popular purchase amongst smart-device or Switch owners.
10th Apr '18 2:11:18 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* So...is ''Cross'' the GrandFinale of the series? A major component of the series is mapmaking, and the [=3DS=] may well be Nintendo's final resistive-touchscreen game. I can't see ''Etrian Odyssey'' cartography working on the Switch's capacitive touchscreen which requires fingers or a specific type of stylus, the former being relatively imprecise and the latter not being a particularly popular purchase amongst smart-device or Switch owners.
24th Sep '17 3:22:57 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* How do skyships work in ''Legends of the Titan''? More specifically, how do they get to where you are when you jump from town to caves, or vice versa, or when you use warp items (especially Threads)? Is there some sort of autopilot feature that conveniently bypasses all those nasty [=FOEs=] and dragons on the map, or is there some sort of unexplained teleportation technology onboard the ship? At least jumping to poles can be explained by [[MagicAIsMagicA overworld poles working the same way as their dungeon equivalents but for larger volumes]].

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* How do skyships work in ''Legends of the Titan''? More specifically, how do they get to where you are when you jump from town to caves, or vice versa, or when you use warp items (especially Threads)? Is there some sort of autopilot feature that conveniently bypasses all those nasty [=FOEs=] and dragons on the map, or is there some sort of unexplained teleportation technology onboard the ship? At least jumping to or from poles can be explained by [[MagicAIsMagicA overworld poles working the same way as their dungeon equivalents but for larger volumes]].
24th Sep '17 3:22:15 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* How do skyships work in ''Legends of the Titan''? More specifically, how do they get to where you are when you jump from town to caves, or vice versa, or when you use warp items (especially Threads)? Is there some sort of autopilot feature that conveniently bypasses all those nasty [=FOEs=] and dragons on the map, or is there some sort of unexplained teleportation technology onboard the ship? At least jumping to poles can be explained by [[MagicAIsMagicA overworld poles working the same way as their dungeon equivalents but for much larger volumes]].

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* How do skyships work in ''Legends of the Titan''? More specifically, how do they get to where you are when you jump from town to caves, or vice versa, or when you use warp items (especially Threads)? Is there some sort of autopilot feature that conveniently bypasses all those nasty [=FOEs=] and dragons on the map, or is there some sort of unexplained teleportation technology onboard the ship? At least jumping to poles can be explained by [[MagicAIsMagicA overworld poles working the same way as their dungeon equivalents but for much larger volumes]].
24th Sep '17 3:22:11 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* How do skyships work in ''Legends of the Titan''? More specifically, how do they get to where you are when you jump from town to poles or caves, or vice versa, or when you use warp items (especially Threads)? Is there some sort of autopilot feature that conveniently bypasses all those nasty [=FOEs=] and dragons on the map, or is there some sort of unexplained teleportation technology onboard the ship?

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* How do skyships work in ''Legends of the Titan''? More specifically, how do they get to where you are when you jump from town to poles or caves, or vice versa, or when you use warp items (especially Threads)? Is there some sort of autopilot feature that conveniently bypasses all those nasty [=FOEs=] and dragons on the map, or is there some sort of unexplained teleportation technology onboard the ship?ship? At least jumping to poles can be explained by [[MagicAIsMagicA overworld poles working the same way as their dungeon equivalents but for much larger volumes]].
2nd Aug '17 1:59:57 PM LucaEarlgrey
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2nd Aug '17 1:59:35 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* How do skyships work in ''Legends of the Titan''? More specifically, how do they get to where you are when you jump from town to poles or caves, or vice versa, or when you use warp items (especially Threads)? Is there some sort of autopilot feature that conveniently bypasses all those nasty [=FOEs=] and dragons on the map, or is there some sort of unexplained teleportation technology onboard the ship?
20th Sep '16 9:30:17 PM Heartlesswithaheart
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** Additionally, the adventurers wouldn't even be out of a job, since they would still be needed to gather monster-related resources and protect any non-combatants that want to research it. Instead of declining, it's very likely that Etria will become ''the'' place to be if you want to work in a combat, medical, scientific, or historical field!



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