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This question/comment is rather dated, but I feel it has to be asked. I just beat Emerald Weapon in FF7. I never felt inclined to try it, but I was bored. Ruby Weapon is another matter yet to be attempted.
Anyway, my question is.....
WHAT THE HELL WAS SQAURE THINKING??
These two weapons were in the North American version only, so obviously THEY didn't feel inclined to challenge these juggernaugts. I mean, there is only one possible way to beat Emerald, and that is with the W-Summon, KOR, and Mimic abilities. And it takes AGES!! My point is......who the hell finds this fun? What brainiac at Square thought "I know what these Americans will love!" Do they really think that little of us North Americans? I sat there, pushing the AV button on my vcr and watching tv while I fought this ultimate monster, cos it was too boring to watch the altercation.
Looking back, I don't know why I bothered.
Anyway, just felt that had to be said. I'm getting down off my milk crate now. Taking down my banner.
Cheshire Catalyst: This may permanently injure my reputation as a l33t RPG gamer, but I never felt the need to even challenge those bosses. I've never even gone up against the Emerald or Ruby weapon. Why? What's the point? You don't get anything worthwhile. No story unfolds, and the items are ones you probably already have.
This may permanently injure my reputation as a l33t RPG gamer, but I never felt the need to even challenge those bosses. I've never even gone up against the Emerald or Ruby weapon. Why? What's the point? You don't get anything worthwhile. No story unfolds, and the items are ones you probably already have.
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I've recently started playing Baldur's gate (this game is simply amazing) and I think you could answer some of my questions (since its part of your job and since you're
pretty good at it)
1- If I decide to play multiplayer and create a 6 characters party, will I miss a lot of the story, since no NPC will be able to join my party?
2- Should I buy the expansion pack or go straight to Balgur's gate II?
3- In Balgur's gate II, can I use the characters I created in the first game?
I just finished playing Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete, and I'm a bit confused about something. Okay, in the first Lunar, you had a white dragon, a black dragon, a red dragon, and a blue dragon. They were used in the machine near the end, and you don't quite find out what happens to them. In the second Lunar, you have a new red dragon and white dragon, but it seems to be the same blue and black dragons. However, Nall at one point says that dragons are eternal, that they will live on forever, outliving their human friends. So, if this is so, what happened to Quark and the other red dragon? Were they so completely drained by that machine that they were actually killed? Or did I misinterpret Nall? I thought it would be plausible for them to somehow die or move on to another plane of existence after 1000 years, but then, why not the black and blue dragons? Also, just out of curiosity, which Lunar did you like better? I'm having a hard time trying to decide myself, they're both so great.
Cheshire Catalyst: Meanwhile, I'm having a hard time deciding as well. I think I prefer the first LUNAR game, but just by a hair. I mean, the game had Jessica and Kyle. How can you compete with that?
Meanwhile, I'm having a hard time deciding as well. I think I prefer the first LUNAR game, but just by a hair. I mean, the game had Jessica and Kyle. How can you compete with that?
Cheshire Catalyst:I hear that there were some problems with the MKR dub - as in the repeatedly mispronounced several names.
Zohar is the ultimate power generator. Its original purpose was to power Deus. It was created in the year 2001 by Deus's engineers. It was able to project infinite amounts of energy due to its ability to tap into the 4th dimension. Once it had done this, it trapped a being known as The Wave Form Existence.
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|If there was a priest cooler than Nicholas D. Wolfwood, I would have heard of him. So who's that guy at #1?||
That's Jesse Custer, from Vertigo's (a division of DC Comics) "Preacher" title. The book ran for 66 issues. (Because it was intended that way, not because of cancellation. I've always liked it when creators do that - as opposed to just telling more and more story until the continuuity screws up and... well, ick)
Jesse was the host of the Genesis entity - the bastard child of an angel and a demon. This gave him "The Voice". Basically, whenever Jesse uses "The Voice" he can pretty much make anyone (Yes, -anyone- including Him) do what he wants. In issue #1, he orders about twenty state cops to drop your guns and leave us alone. Of course, the series being a Vertigo title, he sometimes tells people to do more naughty things. He's a bit cooler than Nicholas D. Wolfwood, but just by a bit. Oh, and neither of them ever considered male prostitution like #3, even though women can't help but leave them a couple hundred dollars in the collection plate after a night with those two studs. Yeah, boy.
The word pope, in whatever language it is from, actually means "father". So what you have, is a Magical Father Girl. Have a nice day.
This would be a problem only if Magical Pope Girl spoke English or a romance language. She only speaks Japanese (dub coming soon from ADV films! Expect the first 6 tapes to come out over the course of the next decade or so!) Everytime she sees me, she just hugs me and screams "NEKO NEKO WAI!!!!!!!!!!".
Dunno who to ask, so why not the Q&A guy? I am asking about the Sound Cave,
suppose I could ask Matt Scipione, but then I don't get a nifty letter posted
do I? I am wondering if the later archives just die, and by this I mean in
the older updates, such as from November 17, 2000... are the files no longer
up or something? I can't download them.
|As you know, efront finally up and died on us. We'd lost a good bit of data, and we're in the finishing process of rebuilding the archives. Your patience while we (well, not me. *flourish* I am a celebrity! I do not do ze data storahge!) fix everything is appreciated.|
The Last Laugh:If you celebrate it, I hope you had a happy easter full of candy and food. To all the Cambodian Bhuddists in the audience, Happy New Year! (Personally, I always thought New Years should be in Spring too.)
And if you get any Marshmallow peeps, don't fret. If you let them age just a bit, and collect enough, you can fashion a bullet-proof vest out of their rubbery hides.
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