Why is it that a bunch of people would make fun of me for my anime profile picture but would be perfectly okay with someone with a picture of Wonder Woman? explain to me how it's different other than the fact it's anime.
Met Yennifer and I'm about to meet the Bloody Baron but I have to keep turning the game off cause of headaches I keep getting. I found a dead body and from what it seems the Baron might've sent an assassin to kill the guy. Not 100% sure on that though.
I might have something. Hurule is dying due to dark magic and the main cause of this source of dark magic is Ganondorf wielding the triforce of power. Is that better or can at least be fixed to make better?
Maybe Ganondorf knows that he wields the Triforce of Power but doesn't know who wields the Triforces of Courage or Wisdom so he forms a posse find and hunt them cause he knows Courage and Wisdom are destined to defeat him but because he doesn't know he slaughters random people until he finds them? is that too dark?
In Persona games you can't use your Persona in the regular world and have to go to another world. In P3 it's the normal world but it changes after midnight and becomes paranormal, in P4 you go through a TV, and in P5 they use an app that's triggered by keywords.
A newer thing in the Persona series is the mascot for some reason having a crush on one of the main girls. Both times the girl's been weirded out by it. Anyway, does Akanato have a crush on any of the Persona 0 girls?
Basically a new Zelda game where at the beginning Link is cursed by Ganondorf likely to turn into a Ganon-like monster exclusively at night time as he is forced to collect all three of the triforce to cure him of the condition. I have a plan to why Zelda won't just hand hers to him that I could explain. So is it a good idea?
I've played a single Fire Emblem game so I'm not the best person to ask their opinion on the series. I actually only realized a week ago that the Fire Emblem is an actual thing and not just a cool title.
What if the villain is some dude who worships a three headed dragon who wants to make it to the fire Emblem and become the ruler of the world and enforce the rule of this three headed dragon. Since most fire Emblem games have an evil dragon
It's honestly because I have been reading into it and most fire Emblem games have some evil dragon who can have a human vessel or something. In Awakening the evil dragon caused an apocalypse in the future and possessed Robin. In Fates the dragon both controlled big figures of warring kingdoms. No idea if a dragon is in Three Houses
My current idea is that the brother tries to turn himself into a Manakete and loses control of the dragon half because he mutated himself into one and wasn't just born one so you have to put him out of his misery.
Anyway, Fire Emblem always makes bitter sweet endings, so tell me what you think of these:
-If you fight the princess, her final words point out the fact she tried to help you and you spat in her face. Her final words to you are "I just want to help" and they scar you and you sit in the throne. Unable to think of a wish though, you break it apart so that this will never happen again and swear to build a democracy in the ashes of the empire.
-If you fight your brother, he himself is trying to establish a democracy but has become an anarchist warlord that's murdered members of the princess' family to accomplish his goal. You kill him and his final words are asking if he did the right thing. In response to this, you sit on the throne and wish to abolish the monarchy. The princess, while hurt, understands your choice and helps you build a new society.
-If you fight your surrogate father, he's gone full megalomaniac and just wants the throne to wipe the princess and her family off the face of the earth. In this route, you and your brother think that's a little crazy so you set out to fight him and kill him, destroying the throne in the process. For doing this, the princess thanks you and agrees to spare your lives in spite of being bandits as long as you never show your faces again. You, your brother, and your crew sail off to parts unknown.
-If you fight your brother as a dragon, he has no human mind left and has gone full monster. All he can do is scream, thrash, and attack. Your brother is incredibly powerful but you eventually manage to beat him and kill him. He cries as he dies and the princess sits in the throne and wishes for peace. You die of your injuries from your fight with your brother but the princess takes you outside and you watch the sunrise one last time together.
Should I have a troops where depending on which route you're on you'll eventually have to kill some of them or have a group of loyal troops who whenever you're making a route altering choice say they'll stick beside you?
Well, I guess technically you would have to do that in my game cause even if you recruit bandits on your brother's side they'll side against you in your big fight with him and vice versa for the princess. Point is though, no main troops will die unless you're playing on permadeath.
Oh, no, wait, the way it works is that you can hang out with and ask for assistance from troops outside your party but you'll have to kill them in the end UNLESS you recruit them. Sorry, got that backwards.
Oh, I get what you mean. Yeah, Fire Emblem doesn't have that but it does have kinda similar stuff. Like a bow character is good against a flying character and there's probably a few more but that's the only one I can think of.
Would it be weird if Damon was romancable in the game? he's your blood brother but you're not related but also at the same time you were technically raised by the same guy but even then the guy didn't technically adopt you legally.
I'm bouncing back and forth on whether or not this is okay.
On a different note, who is 0 living with and where are his parents? In P5 you live with (I think) a friend of your parents and your parents sent you off cause you now have a criminal record and they, supposedly, want you to learn from your mistakes. The guy you're living with just thinks they wanted rid of you though.
Depends on how dark you want the game to be, but maybe both his parents died recently so he's sent to live with his uncle on his mother's side, who decided to adopt them?
Being on his mother's side fixes the probelm I thought there was with the last name thing. Cause, you know, if his parents were married and his mother took his father's name that doesn't mean her brother takes the name as well.