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Oh yeah, especially considering that Dorothea started singing really young considering she's only 18 at the start of the game. Considering that she mentions people hit on her while she was still in the opera, that means fully grown adults have flirted with a teenager. Ick.
Edited by RedHunter543 on Aug 22nd 2019 at 6:57:16 AM
Do we know when Manuela stopped performing? Because it can't have been too long ago.
Not that long ago, most likely. She and Hanneman have clearly known each other for a while, though; I'd say five years at minimum?
Hey, how long do we have to wait before we call someone a Base-Breaking Character? I'm just asking because there was a big Korean poll where Edelgard was voted the second most popular female character, and also the most hated overall with over a third of the votes.
Is that one of the 6-month waiting periods one? I think it is, but I'm not super up to date on those.
Yes, Base-Breaking Character is one of the audience reactions with a 6-month waiting period.
So from what I understand Rhea has her own paralogue. How do I unlock it and on which routes is it available?
From what I can tell, you need at least C-rank Support with her, and I think you need to be in a route that's not Crimson Flowers (not 100% sure about this last one). I've gotten that paralogue in Silver Snow and Azure Moon, and I expect it'll be in Verdant Winds as well.
Edited by dragonfire5000 on Aug 23rd 2019 at 9:59:12 AM
I had missed her Supports on Silver Snow, so I wasn’t aware she had one until I did Azure Moon. It was certainly a welcome surprise.
I like the neat tidbit that guys who reclass to Brawler get a buffer model compared to their normal appearance.
This makes the fact that women can't be brawlers extra disappointing.
I'm disappointed that they reneged on class-gender freedom in general.
Only Not-Japan is allowed special pegaponies that like men.
They even had the nerve to tease the idea of Hubert as a Pegasus Knight. How cruel.
Makes fisting super awkward for Bylass because she's got personal proficiency and can further that with Fighter, but any advantages with it just abruptly end after that.
Uhh, Enlightened One class specializes in punching, even on female Byleth.
Enlightenment requires the power to punch enemies into submission.
Current goal: steal as many students as possible before the interhouse battle
Well, they get a skill level bonus out of it, sure. But the skill level for swords is larger, and the class also gets Swordfaire, but no Fistfaire. So unless you invest in going off the beaten path, swords are the superior option.
I'm not sure how good Brawling is on Byleth, anyway. I don't think they have the Strength growth for it, and they don't learn the best Combat Arts for it either.
Edited by Kayeka on Aug 23rd 2019 at 2:29:50 PM
They're Byleth, they're good at everything.
True 'nuff, but I suspect going with swords will yield results quicker and easier.
Personally, I prefer going down the magic route. Magic and swords. Byleth's personal classes can use magic anyway, and Faith is their hidden talent.
The avoid boost plus Nosferatu means they can tank pretty effectively.
Hard Blind Golden Deer continues. It's kinda funny how slow things feel, since I typically only get a couple maps done per session, but the school stuff actually means the students make a pretty good chunk of headway overall.
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