>people constantly tell me that she's such a useful character
>outside of maxing out her relationship I've used her all of once
>9/10 it's just DD occasionally swapping him out for D-Horse
What the hell is so special and useful about her?
well if you actually cooperate with her and not just sit on your ass expecting her to actually do everything for you, it's pretty useful to have her cause all sort of mayhem and then take out anybody she can't while everybody is busy with her. or take what you came for and leave.
>Truly loves you
>Always sticks by your side
>Will drive with you
>Capable of being Pequods co-pilot
>Isn't loyal, betrayed XOF
>Only loves the legend of Big Boss, not Venom
>Will not drive with you
>Doesn't like based Pequod
>Can't pet, only play autistically in the rain
>horseface, D Horse is cuter
Guilty Butterfly is the only way to S-Rank Code Talker and the one where you have to fight stoneniggers at the airport on the harder difficulties. Also cooperating with her for headshots on helmetfags and EZ midair nades.
That's actually how I did it too, moving Code Talker with D-Horse, but it's so fucking easy to get spotted and actually dealing with those bitches yourself if you do get spotted is the WORST.
While we're on the subject, does anyone else find Code Talker extreme really buggy? Twice now I've had it where the alert sound plays during the load screen after restarting from a checkpoint, then as soon the game loads I die to a sniper shot that shouldn't have even been possible.
That shit too
>charge someone because I know he's going to spot me no matter what
>want to interrogate him
>he spots me
>she shoots him in the head
This was early Quiet too so basic as fuck rifle.
I already said I was exaggerating, and there I was only pointing out that mission 29 isn't the hard one. It's doable, it's just really fucking tedious. Those are some shitty ass boss fights, nearly PW tier without Quiet taking them out in two shots.
It's not bait, I wouldn't have said it if I had known everyone would take it so literally. The game's primary focus is on freedom over how you accomplish tasks, I figured people would be able to spot such obvious hyberbole.