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Oct 21st 2017 at 10:54:40 PM •••

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  • In Beyond the Myth, you can show your maps to the council and get rewarded if they're accurate enough. But for some reason, using blue squares to mark water counts as a mistake, and you are expected to represent it as normal walls. And some FOEs can swim through water, so you do have a reason to want to distinguish water from walls. Plus, the fact that a game about cartography penalizes you for making a more accurate map is just infuriating.

Hm, are you sure it is indeed because you're painting water tiles blue? I've mapped out 4F and 5F, as well as three-fifths of the next stratum (at least two of those floors have a fishing pond) in the "incorrect" way you described and I still get credit. I also do similar with 2nd-stratum "pit" tiles (I mark them grey), again with no issue.

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Aug 28th 2018 at 8:29:28 AM •••

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  • In The Fafnir Knight, the War Magus' "War Edge Mastery" skill lets them use their sword skills while equipped with a staff. The bug/added feature is, if they have sword skill grimoires from Landsknechts or Dark Hunters, it lets them use those skills with a staff as well.

War Magi in EO 2 U don't actually have any inherent Sword skills, only War Edge skills that have War Edge Mastery as a prerequisite anyway. Combined with the phrasing of the skill description, this "bug" would appear to actually be "working as intended."

Aug 19th 2020 at 2:12:53 AM •••

War Magus does have inherent sword skills. War Edge skills are simply just sword skills with a special name. Anyone with a sword can use them regardless of circumstance. War Edge Mastery simply lets the user use sword skills with a staff.

Edited by kyasarintsu
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