Let's pretend that FE character stats are based on setting strength. (Spoilers)

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User Info: Flamingace18

Flamingace18
3 years ago#11
Ike curb stomps everything. EVERYTHING.

He basically becomes a god like unit.
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User Info: Galwen

Galwen
3 years ago#12
Don't bring up ingame stats unless you can show that they are from setting strength.

Really, would a teenage girl who doesn't know how to read be a better user than the Mage General and his apprentice? Or would Orsin, some guy from a village be as good of a fighter as Reinhardt? Etc.

User Info: Vascela

Vascela
3 years ago#13
Galwen posted...
Don't bring up ingame stats unless you can show that they are from setting strength.

Really, would a teenage girl who doesn't know how to read be a better user than the Mage General and his apprentice? Or would Orsin, some guy from a village be as good of a fighter as Reinhardt? Etc.


But then why are random villagers always better than anyone professionally equipped in [j]rpgs?

User Info: Galwen

Galwen
3 years ago#14
Flamingace18 posted...
Ike curb stomps everything. EVERYTHING.

He basically becomes a god like unit.


Not Camus.
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