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Finished all the main Campaigns and the Tear-focused Epilogue Campaign in Might and Magic Heroes VI.
I got to kill an Angel, I got to kill an Angel, I got to kill an Angel. What made it even better was that I did Michael in with Anastasya, who was the instrument for his and Uriel's plot.
At least the Demons in that game are honest, unlike their samite-draped brethren.
Now I've got the expansion campaigns to do, and then I'm concentrating on Might and Magic Heroes VII. I've hit a roadblock with that one at the moment.
Beat Spyro Circuit Tropy ghost! Oxide ghost made me wanna throw my controller though so I'll have to take care of that after I come back from my trip.
After getting my arse handed to me in just one v one in Kingdom Come Deliverance I finally had two hours of EPIC:
Clearing a Cuman camp, then running into bandits who I managed to Archery to death, finally hitting a major bandit camp with a "Boss". Stealthed the first two, archery a third, then end up in longsword combat with three - knockout blow on the first, side swipe the second and then have a rather epic longsword duel with the bandit leader.
Block block, parry thrust. Intense, rain storm hit in the game, lightning started to flash as we dueled in the woodland. Barely any light, finally stagger him, land a strike to the shoulder, then a thrust to the cut and he falls.
Two thirds of my health gone, bandaged, but victorious. And FELT like a solid fight, against the odds. Coming from the start of the game where a stiff breeze feels like it can kill you, to now, with full armour, a decent sword, relatively good skills and some wealth - felt EARNED. The game makes you work for those initial successes. And yes, once you crest, it's easier to snowball. But the fights still feel tense, the stealth and missions are tight.
And to celebrate I went and calmly mixed potions for half an hour. SO ZEN.
The event ended this weekend and I completely forgot to say that I have beaten all variants of the Mewtwo Max Raid battles in Pokémon Sword. The Bulk Up variant was the easiest, but getting consistent victories against the Calm Mind variant took quite a lot of planning, retraining and coordination.
Beat the Hellfire Knight in Code Vein.
Completed Wish Cave in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
Beat Persona 3 FES on Hard mode.
Beat both versions of the Cannoneer and Blade Bearer solo in Code Vein.
Finally got all the endings of Code Vein. The only achievement I need now is the one where you need 400 Marks of Honor.
...It's going to take a while, I just know it.
Cleared the "True Chivalry" paralogue on Hard difficulty in Fire Emblem: Three Houses without letting any of the villagers die. I missed out on it on my first two runs, but thanks to a few well-placed Physic heals (and Ingrid flying around and wrecking most of the bandits), I made it through while losing only one Kingdom Soldier. This Aegis Shield looks like it'll come in handy.
Beating all Mega Man Zero games on the collection.
EV trained a Pokemon... in Platinum, without Pokerus or Power (X) items. I did use vitamins, though - I'm not a complete masochist.
I uh. Made some My Hero Academia characters in Soul Calibur VI. Or tried to. And I completed Hilde's Soul Chronicle.
Manged to get Blathers into my town (named Moonbright) in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Finished the "Bag a Legend!" Ambition in Fallen London.
Cleared Purity Forest in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX. (It’s even harsher with its restrictions than my previously mentioned clear.) Shout out to Anomalocaris 20 for providing the strategy.
Edited by ShinyCottonCandy on Mar 25th 2020 at 11:52:32 AM
Speaking of that game, finished the main story.
Cleared both purity forest in wish cave in the originals myself yestarday. Somehow wish cave was worse then purity forst for me.
Unlocked the Iron Checkpoint Crate in Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled. Finding and breaking all the Beenox boxes wasn't too bad, but I'll admit Dingo Canyon took a few tries and Gingerbread Joyride required some thinking.
Achieved the Major Forge victory ending in Cultist Simulator.
I killed a giant goat monster in Dark Souls.
Managed to score gold trophies in every licence test (including the coffee breaks) in Gran Turismo 4 just a couple of days ago (one of which I managed to just barely pass with literally the exact time required to score gold). It was a long, gruelling, strenuous task but I managed it.
Finished Devil May Cry 3. I'd like to go back and try other difficulties and other postgame/extra stuff, but I want to get through the next two games first.
Edited by SapphireBlue on Mar 31st 2020 at 11:26:58 AM
Caught a scorpion in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. What I did was I used a Nook Miles Ticket to go to a mystery island then dug up/cut down all the bamboo and palm trees, smashed all the rocks and plucked all the flowers so only ground bugs would spawn, then shooed away/caught then released every type of bug I wasn't after. Then after failing to catch the first one I veeeerrry carefully sneaked towards the second one that spawned, stopping whenever it reared up, and let go of A the moment I was sure I was in range. My pockets were full, so I had to let go of... I think it was a cricket or a bell cricket, but the moment it was in my inventory I promptly noped right the fuck off that island and delivered the scorpion to Blathers (much to his chagrin) just to get it off my hands. I am NEVER doing that again. I hate scorpions...
Edited by ReikoKazama on Apr 1st 2020 at 9:51:13 PM
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