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8th Feb '16 1:59:59 PM MetalSmasher86
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* DegradedBoss: The Green Dragon guarding Princess Gwaelin becomes a regular enemy in the city of Hauksness and in Charlock Castle. The Axe Knight guarding Erdrick's Armor also shows up randomly in Charlock.
23rd Jan '16 8:52:23 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* NintendoHard: See ForcedLevelGrinding. The difficulty curve ensures that it's not just the Dragonlord that will require you to grind to an acceptable level. You'd expect to be able to comfortably take on the next tier of monsters once the mooks you've been grinding on start going down in one hit, right? Nope; the stronger ones will annihilate you in just a few turns until you gain two or three more levels. Better weapons and armor don't really overcome a lack of EXP, either, particularly when you can't survive long enough to reach the towns that sell it.

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* NintendoHard: See ForcedLevelGrinding. The difficulty curve ensures that it's not just the Dragonlord that will require you to grind to an acceptable level. You'd expect to be able to comfortably take on the next tier of monsters BeefGate once the mooks you've been grinding on start going down in one hit, right? Nope; the stronger ones enemies will annihilate you in just a few turns until you gain two or three more levels. Better weapons and armor don't really overcome a lack of EXP, either, particularly when you can't survive long enough to reach the towns that sell it.
23rd Jan '16 10:36:50 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* NintendoHard: See ForcedLevelGrinding. The difficulty curve ensures that it's not just the Dragonlord that will require you to grind to an acceptable level. You'd expect to be able to comfortably take on the next tier of monsters once the mooks you've been grinding on start going down in one hit, right? Nope; they'll annihilate you in just a few turns until you gain two or three more levels. Better weapons and armor don't really overcome a lack of EXP, either, particularly when you can't survive long enough to reach the towns that sell it.

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* NintendoHard: See ForcedLevelGrinding. The difficulty curve ensures that it's not just the Dragonlord that will require you to grind to an acceptable level. You'd expect to be able to comfortably take on the next tier of monsters once the mooks you've been grinding on start going down in one hit, right? Nope; they'll the stronger ones will annihilate you in just a few turns until you gain two or three more levels. Better weapons and armor don't really overcome a lack of EXP, either, particularly when you can't survive long enough to reach the towns that sell it.
23rd Jan '16 10:03:32 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* NintendoHard: See ForcedLevelGrinding. The difficulty curve ensures that it's not just the Dragonlord that will require you to grind to an acceptable level. You'd expect to be able to comfortably take on the next tier of monsters once the mooks you've been grinding on start going down in one hit, right? Nope; they'll annihilate you in in just a few turns until you gain two or three more levels. Better weapons and armor don't really overcome a lack of EXP, particularly when you can't survive long enough to reach the towns that sell it.

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* NintendoHard: See ForcedLevelGrinding. The difficulty curve ensures that it's not just the Dragonlord that will require you to grind to an acceptable level. You'd expect to be able to comfortably take on the next tier of monsters once the mooks you've been grinding on start going down in one hit, right? Nope; they'll annihilate you in in just a few turns until you gain two or three more levels. Better weapons and armor don't really overcome a lack of EXP, either, particularly when you can't survive long enough to reach the towns that sell it.
23rd Jan '16 10:02:39 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* NintendoHard: See ForcedLevelGrinding. The difficulty curve ensures that it's not just the Dragonlord that will require you to grind to an acceptable level. You'd expect to be able to comfortably take on the next tier of monsters once the mooks you've been grinding on start going down in one hit, right? Nope; they'll annihilate you in in just a few turns until you gain two or three more levels. Better weapons and armor don't really overcome a lack of EXP, particularly when you can't survive long enough to reach the towns that sell it.
22nd Jan '16 1:04:29 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* UselessItem: The Fairy Water helps you avoid RandomEncounters, but only against enemies that don't pose any threat to you. It's somewhat convenient if you don't want to be hassled by several weak baddies while traveling, but not only does it ''not'' ward off lethally strong enemies, but it also seems to piss them off and make them even stronger.

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* UselessItem: The Fairy Water helps you avoid minimizes RandomEncounters, but only against enemies that don't pose any threat to you. It's somewhat convenient if you don't want to be hassled by several weak baddies while traveling, but not only does it ''not'' ward off the lethally strong enemies, enemies you're desperately trying to avoid, but it also seems to piss them off and make them even stronger.
22nd Jan '16 1:03:12 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* UselessItem: The Fairy Water helps you avoid RandomEncounters, but only against enemies that don't pose any threat to you. It's somewhat convenient if you don't want to be hassled by several weak baddies while traveling, but not only does it ''not'' ward off lethally strong enemies, but it also seems to piss them off and make them even stronger.
18th Jan '16 5:24:44 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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** As mentioned under GuideDangIt, the name you give your hero can effect your base stats and leveling rate. Unsurprisingly, "Loto" is one of the best names to pick.

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** As mentioned under GuideDangIt, the name you give your hero can have an effect on your base stats and leveling rate. Unsurprisingly, Perhaps unsurprisingly, "Loto" is one of the best names to pick.
18th Jan '16 5:17:30 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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** As mentioned under GuideDangIt, the name you pick can effect your base stats and leveling rate. Unsurprisingly, "Loto" is one of the best names to pick.

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** As mentioned under GuideDangIt, the name you pick give your hero can effect your base stats and leveling rate. Unsurprisingly, "Loto" is one of the best names to pick.
18th Jan '16 5:15:22 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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** As mentioned under GuideDangIt, the name you pick can effect your base stats and leveling rate. Unsurprisingly, "Loto" is one of the best names to pick.
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