History YMMV / DotHackGU

12th Dec '17 11:04:42 PM RevenantWings
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*** [[spoiler:It happens earlier with Alkaid, too. Haseo is ''speechless and horrified'' when Skeith appears on it's own and appears to be trying to scream when Skeith attacks Alkaid.]]
6th Dec '17 11:00:06 PM RevenantWings
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** Most of what Kuhn does, period. [[spoiler:Chim Chim Song quest, anyone?]] He's better comic relief than Piros for cryin' out loud.

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** Most of what Kuhn does, period. [[spoiler:Chim Chim Song quest, anyone?]] anyone?]] Or the scene with Haseo at Shop Acorn in Volume 1? He's better comic relief than Piros for cryin' out loud.
4th Dec '17 1:12:59 AM RevenantWings
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*** Equip a Broadsword with rapid attacks. Attack an enemy with the Broadsword and chainsaw for the extra hits. Block ''immediately'' afterwards. Juggle enemies like there's no tomorrow - and since you're using the rapid attacks, you'll build up the combo meter quickly, allowing for almost flawless Rengekis, gaining both combo and Rengeki morale bonuses.

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*** Equip a Broadsword with rapid attacks. Attack an enemy with the Broadsword and chainsaw for the extra hits. Block ''immediately'' afterwards. Juggle afterwards, which resets your attack without the cooldown and allows Haseo to juggle enemies like there's no tomorrow - and since you're using the rapid attacks, you'll build up the combo meter quickly, allowing for almost flawless Rengekis, gaining both combo and Rengeki morale bonuses.



** Silabus, again with [[EvenTheGuysWantHim Haseo]]. Some of his e-mails suggest a stronger devotion alongside his obvious admiration, and his Promise Card scene is rather...[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4KZ7GiQcho&feature=related interesting]]. It should also be noted that Silabus could be considered a SpearCounterpart of Atoli, the closest the game gets to a canon love interest.

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** Silabus, again with [[EvenTheGuysWantHim Haseo]]. He's one of the easiest to upgrade his relationship status, and not just because he's in Haseo's party for half of volume 1; it's possible to get him to max-out ''less than one-quarter'' of the way through Volume 2. Some of his e-mails suggest a stronger devotion alongside his obvious admiration, and his Promise Card scene is rather...[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4KZ7GiQcho&feature=related interesting]]. It should also be noted that Silabus could be considered a SpearCounterpart of Atoli, the closest the game gets to a canon love interest.
4th Dec '17 1:08:24 AM RevenantWings
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** There might be a reason why you are the only who can use a Broadsword in your party: even all by yourself you can juggle most small sized enemies and "player" enemies until they are dead or enough to finish with a Skill Trigger.

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** There might be a reason why you are the only player who can use a Broadsword in your party: even all by yourself you can juggle most small sized enemies and "player" enemies until they are dead or enough to finish with a Skill Trigger.Trigger.
*** Equip a Broadsword with rapid attacks. Attack an enemy with the Broadsword and chainsaw for the extra hits. Block ''immediately'' afterwards. Juggle enemies like there's no tomorrow - and since you're using the rapid attacks, you'll build up the combo meter quickly, allowing for almost flawless Rengekis, gaining both combo and Rengeki morale bonuses.
*** For one step further, do the above with the Divine Awakenings starting in Volume 2. At the right level, every second or third fight is just a Divine Awakening, which does so much damage it's ridiculous; ''weak'' Divine Awakenings can still do enough damage to wipe out an entire group in one go.
3rd Dec '17 8:09:43 PM Elyana
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* MagnificentBastard: [[spoiler:Ovan]]

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* MagnificentBastard: [[spoiler:Ovan]][[spoiler:Ovan.]]


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* {{Squick}}: Hiiragi ''probably'' isn't aware that the Sakaki he's fallen madly in love with is in fact a [[spoiler:psychotic ten-year-old boy putting on an act]], but their “relationship” is squicky enough even ignoring that...


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* WhatAnIdiot: Some of CC Corp's decisions are so bad you'd think they were ''trying'' to get The World shut down, but [[spoiler:kowtowing to Sakaki – an AxCrazy ten-year-old boy drunk on AIDA – and making him a '''system administrator''']] is in a category of stupid all on its own.
18th Nov '17 2:12:43 AM RevenantWings
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* ChewingTheScenery: It's easier to count the character's that ''don't'' do this at some point.
** Notably, Haseo might be the worst offender. He's a massive DeadpanSnarker with NoIndoorVoice who's hotheaded temperament frequently means he'll get into shouting matches with whoever he's with, especially in volume 1. There are no less than ''nine times'' in volume 1's cutscenes ''alone'' where there is a zoom-in on Haseo's face as he's screaming his head off about something.
17th Nov '17 10:42:07 PM RevenantWings
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** If you take the Bikman's Art Supplies with Silabus in the party, Haseo will turn to him and ask if Bikman is supposed to be a guy or a girl; Silabus merely shrugs.
16th Nov '17 11:21:21 PM RevenantWings
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** Early in volume 1, [[HypocriticalHumor Atoli lectures Haseo about how Moon Tree doesn't lecture people]].
12th Nov '17 4:52:14 PM OmegaNemesis13
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* GrowingTheBeard: Vol. 1 was fine but was [[ObviousBeta rough around the edges]] and many just couldn't get past Haseo's more abrasive moments. It was also considered to have some slow pacing and few stakes despite the threats in AIDA. Vol. 2 featured more streamlined gameplay mechanics and fixed various problems the previous vol had. The story also greatly picked up as the stakes became greater and CharacterDevelopment really set in not just for Haseo but almost everyone else.



* NeverLiveItDown: Haseo was a huge jerk in Vol. 1, with some exceptionally strong KickTheDog moments, but he also had plenty on the [[PetTheDog opposite spectrum]] that kept him from being completely loathsome and he mellowed out towards the end when multiple characters called him out on it. And of course later volumes had him throw off his more abrasive aspects via CharacterDevelopment entirely. However, detractors will often cite only his more cruel actions in Rebirth when talking about his character without talking about his redeeming aspects. A common example are reviewers who have only just restarted the game in their reviews and mention just how unlikeable he is for most of it. Or an in-universe example in Link where Haseo is flanderized in at least one part of the game to be a huge monster.

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* NeverLiveItDown: Haseo was a huge jerk in Vol. 1, with some exceptionally strong KickTheDog moments, but he also had plenty on the [[PetTheDog opposite spectrum]] that kept him from being completely loathsome and he mellowed out towards the end when multiple characters called him out on it. And of course that doesn't even include his later volumes had him throw off his more abrasive aspects via CharacterDevelopment entirely. CharacterDevelopment. However, detractors on youtube will often cite only his more cruel actions in Rebirth when talking about his character without talking about his redeeming aspects. A common example are reviewers Reviewers who have only just restarted the game in their reviews and mention just how unlikeable he is for most of it. Or an in-universe example it in Link where Haseo is flanderized in at least one part spite of the game to be a huge monster.his other moments.
12th Nov '17 4:37:06 PM OmegaNemesis13
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* NeverLiveItDown: Haseo was a huge jerk in Vol. 1, with some exceptionally strong KickTheDog moments, but he also had plenty on the [[PetTheDog opposite spectrum]] that kept him from being completely loathsome and he mellowed out towards the end when multiple characters called him out on it. And of course later volumes had him throw off his more abrasive aspects via CharacterDevelopment entirely. However, detractors will often cite only his more cruel actions in Rebirth when talking about his character without talking about his redeeming aspects. A common example are reviewers who have only just restarted the game in their reviews and mention just how unlikeable he is for most of it. Or an in-universe example in Link where Haseo is flanderized in at least one part of the game to be a huge monster.
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