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#1 Edited by alexarayc (263 posts) -

@crimsonbrute: A+!

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#2 Posted by alexarayc (263 posts) -

@Chrono85: You still see people in swimsuits in the Hot Springs. But other than that, the most naked I have seen anyone is when I equipped them with a bath towel. Still looking!

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#3 Edited by alexarayc (263 posts) -

@crimsonbrute: Oh, weapons still break. They just take a very loooong time.

As for modifications: You can use the Smithy to forge new weapons from existing weapons + precious gems. This gives them a bit more oomph. Also you can rename your new weapons, so...

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#4 Edited by alexarayc (263 posts) -

@Bigboi500: I laugh. What a waste of energy!

If they read any of the reviews at all, they will also know I didn't review Conquest. There were bits of Conquest's story that were personally very affecting for me, but I stand by Peter's thoughts about the resources/grinding thing being a bit of a downer. All told: the games are great. I tell everyone to play all three. I wish I had the resources to personally buy them all for everyone who can't!

Thanks for stopping by! ^_^

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#5 Posted by alexarayc (263 posts) -

@ian2021: For the multiplayer, I think it'll get better. I remember seeing similar issues with Triforce Heroes in the beginning; but as time goes on yes, I think that stuff will iron itself out.

As for mechanics... Maybe mechanics not so much as how stuff plays. I can see future games adopting a mode similar to what Conquest is, where there are less resources and you have to be thriftier without a grind. It's a huge challenge, and a welcome one, albeit frustrating at times. But people love that kind of challenge and I think they can and should make it an option in future games. But maybe next time, not make it across SO MANY games. XD

And thank you! <3 That means a lot!

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#6 Posted by alexarayc (263 posts) -

@crimsonbrute: Yes!

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#7 Posted by alexarayc (263 posts) -

Hey everyone! If you have questions about any of the other romance stuff, including the storyline with Soleil, I wrote about it here: http://www.gamespot.com/articles/love-sex-and-fire-emblem-fates/1100-6434878/

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#8 Posted by alexarayc (263 posts) -

@Secsight: So if you have the special edition or more versions of it, the game allows you to start a new game from the start of Chapter 6, which is when you make your decision. So I didn't have to replay the opening six chapters again when I started over!

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#9 Posted by alexarayc (263 posts) -

@hock5: Yes! DLC maps will totally help with the grinding issue in Conquest.

As for pairings... So, while I love the stories that flourish between the people I pair up, I did kinda do it to max out stats. I tinkered with both getting them quickly and making them super powerful, and who you pair up with whom will affect the children's stats, like the magic, defense, strength, e.t.c. The different is always a point or a few, but for some of the kids the pairs made a world of difference. For example: I married Kaden with Hinoka, and Selkie popped out a TANK. She one-hit critically everyone she attacked, she a literal beast. When I played again I paired Kaden up with Mozu and she wasn't as effective as she was the last time. I think the Fire Emblem Wiki has some pretty great breakdowns of who to pair with whom in order to max out stats, so if this is something you are keen on, definitely take a look there!

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#10 Posted by alexarayc (263 posts) -

@Secsight: Oh gosh, so many people didn't get that special edition! I am so bummed about it. You have to wait until March 10 to get Revelation otherwise.

SO. You can actually play Revelation first if you have the special edition. I don't recommend it, though. I played Birthright before playing Revelation. The thing is, much of what happens in Revelation is foreshadowed in Conquest, with very little shown of it in Birthright. Playing Revelation first spoiled much of Conquest's drama for me, so if you are like me and plan to play them all: Birthright, then Conquest, then Revelation. I know that's a lot, so, if you REALLY don't mind and wanna skip to Revelation, you can. And that's totally fine! But it makes Conquest and Birthright a little more predictable than if you played them before. I hope that helps!

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