MON DIEU!! You, sir, are no better than a pimp!Redhollowlives999 wrote: I slept and seduced my way here.
Random Noa destroys your face
Everything loses its practicality as you get stronger. That's how it goes in RPGs: The stronger you get, the more worthless old stuff become. And by "Worthless", I don't mean actually worthless. I'm speaking relatively. And I kind of already known that non-bosses generally aren't threatening enough to have you strategize. What's your point?Redhollowlives999 wrote: If that's the case, then why bother with Nighto? A lot of times it won't have an major effect anyways. It's useful in two instances, fighting the Viguros in the woods, and Berserker. It loses it's practicality mid to late game when you get stronger. If you get Seru that can more assuredly kill the enemy off, or do damage if they can't go through with it? Most field enemies aren't a big enough a threat to warrent such strategizing, unless you're entering a high level area.
In other words, yes, speed runners are indeed what I think they are, and they aren't true gamers. What's the point of doing that? So you got first place in this race. So what? You don't get a prize, except some people going all like-Redhollowlives999 wrote: Speed runners are a class of gamers that prefer to finish the game in as fast a time as possible. It's arguably requires the most amount of planning and strategy than any other kind of gamer, because every second matters.
You can ask Nightshade any questions if you need more convincing, since he holds the world record title for fastest run of Legaia.
Connie Springer: OHMYGODNIGHTSHADEURSO****INGCOOLHOLY$#!^!!!
Thanks for the random interruption, Connie.
Connie Springer: BFAGH!!
Anyway, that's just not enjoying the game.
Actually, levelling up to the max is the complete opposite, because you're not even supposed to reach that level; by the end of the game, you're supposed to be, like, forty-five or so. And who's to say that the 'glitch' wasn't put in there by the developers themselves? Who's to say they didn't leave it intentionally?Redhollowlives999 wrote: I thought a true gamer was "the one that soaks up every bit of the game, takes his time and plays it to its full extent, and in the end feels every bit of it." Leveling up to lvl 99 is one of those bits you feel in the end isn't it? Isn't skipping the hard work and running through it by glitching it very ungamerly of you?
....... You're gonna need to farm a WHOLE lot to do that, 'cause you're gonna be needing a Palma load of gold coins for that. And my style of playing include me grinding my Seru before moving on to the next location. When I fought Caruban, Gimard was at level three, and a few hits of that killed it faster than you can recite the history of Legaia. Also, my style reached the point where I grind up all the Seru I find up to level nine after I acquire them and then reach the next inn.Redhollowlives999 wrote: *considers a playthrough where you use nothing but magic for the entire game*
You NEVER wash a security blanket!Redhollowlives999 wrote: But when was the last time you WASHED IT? *court room gasps*
So you guys are macho aggro players.... THAT kind of macho aggro players.... Well, lemme tell ya something: Chicks don't dig that.Redhollowlives999 wrote: Now then, that's a fair scenario, but the real issue here is that there's clearly a dichotomy here between DMG vs Strategy. Iron here (much like me) prefers racking up damage and plowing through enemies, shirtless and drenched in sweaty masculinity, while you clearly prefer strategy and using any possible percentage to your advantage. Experience you're referring to is a lifesaver in games where every move you take counts, and any advantage is an advantage. Neither side is wrong, but neither side is right. We're all doomed to being eaten up by our sun and die. Eat at Arby's.
More court room gasps
THAT'S RIGHT! I WENT THERE!
It doesn't matter if you play it often. If I told him the percentages, he'd give me the same attitude he did with Nighto. And your circumstances are irrelevant, because if you were an experienced gamer, you wouldn't forget this sort of stuff, regardless of how much time passes since the last time you gamed.Redhollowlives999 wrote: Please keep in mind that some of us have jobs and other worldly distractions that keep us from playing Legaia as frequently as we'd like. It's been maybe a year or two since I've last touched my copy. We forget stuff sometimes, it's no big deal.
And it'd be more helpful to share your knowledge rather than to prematurely judge someone else as ignorant without first understanding their circumstances. Unwarranted insults like these are frowned upon, unless yer just joking around (which it doesn't seem like you are).