How is everyone liking Xenoblade Chronicles X so far? I like it a lot, but why is Lin 13? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbCzw7Gqjdc
Reposting this since I posted it too late last night for a response.
Kek, which one of you fags is this?
Thanks for scouting my character, I saw your name when I went to check on scouting rewards.
If Lin is 13, does that mean she was 11 when Earth was destroyed? Does that mean her Mim is an 11 year old body?
Why would you make a Mim of an 11-13 year old if they're going to be doing a lot of fighting and other dangerous work?
Good point. Also, after the revelation that everyone is a mim, death is suddenly unimportant and meaningless. If someone's mim is completely destroyed, their body is still completely ok, right?
Yes. Its annoying how in all these sidequests people are freaking out and morning when it is just mims getting destroyed
Granted the ending gives a new perspective to this, but none of the NPCs ever find out.
I just started Xenoblade 3DS and I was wondering about a few things: Is trading mandatory to complete the game? Should I keep most materials? Are there any missables to be on the lookout for?
Patricians are waiting for the NX to come out and then will explore the Wii u's catalog using bacwards compatibility.
>Elma's last Affinity Mission
>claims this monster is too strong since it killed her two teammates before the main game
>Literally destroyed it in 2 hits with Skells
>Go to help them out
>Elma: we can take care of this
>level 80 monsters that dodges everything
fuck you Elma, you are shit at judging enemy powers.
I bet Lin keeps an adult mim on standby to download her consciousness into when she wants to go drinking or do the no pants dance with some lucky guy or gal.
can someone post the pics with all the ideal probe locations?
>Is trading mandatory to complete the game?
No, it helps to get some rare items, though.
>Should I keep most materials?
Yes, for quests.
>Are there any missables to be on the lookout for?
There are several missions that are missable, if you go to the mission list it will mark them with a clock icon. (It also marks missions that are exclusive to each other and stuff like that). The first batch of missable quests is pretty obvious and you get to chose when they get missed, so it's not too bad.
The down side to this is that it kind of spoils something very late in the game, though.
Thanks a bunch for the quick answer! I'll get back to it right now.
Trading is not mandatory, though some NPCs do give items that are hard to find otherwise.
You should keep most materials, but there is an inventory limit, so sell the ones that seem useless if you are near full.
If you are going for completion, when you get to a place called Agniratha late in the game, you might want to look up the material requirements for Colony 6 restoration, as there are some items there that are either missable or really difficult to get else where.
Missable quests exist but the game specifically tells you they are missable when you recieve them.
>Is this thing online multiplayer?
Yes but it's very limited. It basically boils down to complete this list of tasks separately so you can do these short easy as shit missions together and fight this boss with 8 million health bars.
The materials with the sparkle on them tend to be more necessary/harder to find. You can usually sell the non-sparkling monster bits and things you've already completed a quest with.
her final affinity is the same shit. I don't even know why they even bothered.
>tfw after hours of struggle get all the charts, treasure, piece of heart, etc.
>"Just the pics of bosses I lost"
>Realize missing Cyclos and Zephos and Helmaroc King
>farm miiverse for days to forfeit after not getting anything
>tfw gotta do-over all the game again just to get those pics
At least the lobster outfit looks nice.
Not really. Doug and gwin's final affinity shed quite a bit of light onto their character and phog/fyre, hope, and the dlc characters all had substantial insight into their past/personalities during their affinities.
Hell, you learn more about Irina in Gwin's final affinity mission and she doesn't even show up.
I loved the banter between those two.
She's 13 but her mouth is 18.
I really enjoy the game. I can do pretty much whatever. I keep getting my ass handed to me but it's still plenty of fun.
I've been taking advice and not getting my Skell as early as possible so I can explore everything.
Hyped to really get into exploring Oblivia. That day time music is G O A T.
>is there anything better than sabers/dual guns
Yes. Longsword/Dual guns once you unlock both of Nagi's arts.
You can't buy more insurance but you can get salvage tickets out of squad rewards if you join prospectors. The best way to handle insurance is to pass a skell with 1 insurance left down to an AI companion and buy a new one for yourself, since AIs always perfect their escape prompt and will never lose you that last insurance.
Good game but I absolutely despise the music in NLA. Day and night.
Normally I just ignore bad music in games but good fucking god the songs just grind in my ears. I hate them. I can only stand the night one slightly because I picture NWA doing a song for Woodstock.
>Hey Elma, I feel like I'm not doing too good fighting indigens, do you think I need a better weapon?
>Nope, you just need to believe in yourself!
>Wow I never thought of that before! thanks for all your help colonel!
>that part in the last affinity mission where you can blame Phog for screwing things up
How the hell do you do that mission where you find the Lifehold Unit in Sylvalum and have to hold out for 3 minutes against those billion Ninja people. They fuck my shit up in less than a minute
>implying that somehow makes it a good story
the main story alone is normal, but the whole game how its flesh out the problem and shit, I love it
Orphen Eat tree Options
>Stand aside and watch
>Stop her before she break his legs
>tfw you dress up inappropriately for negotiations.
She could have at least directly mentioned it and gave a bit more info about her brother instead of just taking shots at the father son. Nothing really changed about her.
They should have focused/resolved her whole suicidal tendencies in her last affinity imo.
>finished chapter 11
>have irina with me during that mission
>they talk to the commanders about Irina's suicide issues while she's just standing right beside my party member's mentioning it
I don't remember how the photo's work, but I posted a Helmaroc King and Cyclos picture to the miiverse like 2 years ago. If you added me could you download my two pictures or do you just need to get lucky with the bottles?
>get a shit ton of TP
>true stream edge, tornado blade and defensive stance
>activate overdrive and alternate between TSE and TB while refreshing DS when needed. Activate overdrive before it runs out
That's how I did it. You can also try getting a team of 4 skell, disengaging, and just walk over them. They'll keep ragdolling and buy you time, but when I tried, they still got me just shy of 3 minutes.
I know how you feel. The Milsaadi aren't too tough when there's only one or two but if there's a group of them then they tear through shit like insane. Even when using a Skell and spamming Phoenix whenever I could, I still just barely lasted long enough
so like without spoiling the main story for me.
Does anything change if one is to just skip many of the side quests, normal missions, and affinity things and so on?
like aside from the obvious like the rewards and such is there any difference in the main plot if i just rush towards the post game?
and also like is there any porn of lin getting fucked by futa elma and other of the female party members out there yet? or must i commission my own to hoard and never ever share with the public?
That whole conversation irked me, since it was essentially:
Vandham: Lao is a traitor and we shouldn't help him
Lin: BUT I THINK IRINA IS SUICIDAL, SO LAO TRYING TO MURDER ALL OF US IS OK!
No, you'll end up severely underleveled and some of the main quests have level requirements/have hard as fuck bosses.
Missing one sidequest can potentially lead to you missing out on +5 branching from it, so I don't recommend it. The side quests are fun.
I dunno why but I made Elma stick with dark glasses + leopard hoodie + that silk crimson pants
>Orphe don't reproduce like humans
does this mean they haven't experienced orgasm?
dead mims are still dead as their lifehold is caput, so souls are trapped in the mims
carl deserved to die, little shit can't do his job and if you do it for him he basically blames you and calls you a heartless psychopath. I killed the pigs but i wish i would've let him die.
the electric shit tyrant?
faggot is strong as hell
shame to admit I only beat him when I got a lvl 50 skell
that being said, some times this games wants you do ditch ground combat and use the robots
>accepted a mission to kill some papils
>just far out enough that guns won't reach
>Not making the hard decisions and living with their hate knowing full well you did the right thing and that no good deed goes unpunished
Batman would be so very very disappointed in you.
>decide to do chapter 10
>barely can beat boss despite being level 41
>don't want to lower difficulty like a bitch because Chapter 9 was a really fun challenge and i'm no scrub
>saved like a retard so I'm stuck hauling Lin/Elma around until I can stop dying
Grind anon, It will make thing easier for you, and PD chapter 11 forces you to pass by 2 tyrants so unless you are over lvled, both 11 and 12 will make you hate yourself.. specially chapter 12, once you enter it you cant leave the room till you kill the boss
>tfw lao isn't playable anymore
>no more cool sniper
>no more fulfilling his need for cover fire every 2 seconds
alright thanks and yeah i realized that ill probably miss out on a ton of shit especially when at like chapter 10 i finally did L's side quest which adds the slot adding thing but i guess ill just finish up the main story and finish the shit ton of side content i have skipped then
There is no hard evidence either way, but I find it a bit too much to conclude that a magic planet that definitely has some kind of serious wireless data capacity must absolutely have transferred everything to robotic receivers that aren't designed to hold that much information to begin with. If they were, why bother with the remote set-up to begin with? Client-side is always preferable for best performance and would be much safer. It seems just as likely to me that the planet moved all the data to its own "servers" just like it trapped everyone else with its warped space.
I keep losing to the final boss
I have 1 level 50 skell and 3 level 30 skells and my team has 3 level 49's and 1 48.
Is there anything I should take into consideration so I don't lose?
I feel like they want you to fight the bosses in a certain manner but I don't know what I'm doing wrong
I figured that
mims who are still alive have their souls trapped in them via Mira magic, but the lifehold itself is gone o when you die you die for good
I mean, the only time we see people recovered is when they aren't totally destroyed
Everyone is dead
Mira is Hell
This is your guide
Sadly there is nothing you can really do to improve your chances in skell combat beyond having better weapons and gear.
Grind some levels, or attempt to grind for G-Buster weapons if you have trouble.
Left design is cool as fuck. Why did they turn him into a full-blue hobo in the game? The more concept art I see from this game, the more disappointed I am since all these concept art is what I had been expecting from the initial trailers.
They're ambiguous about how recovery works too. You can apparently recover from almost any level of injury by being turned off first since they can replace parts. Personally I think everyone must still have their personas somewhere else because 1: non-secret mim designs are not able to function independently and 2: they know about lag but also haven't detected the zero lag that would be present if they were truly occupying their bodies. If nothing else, Elma would stand out since she's still legitimately logged in from three continents away.
I've had a similar experience.
>Save during H.B.s first affinity mission like a moron
>Can't handle Noctilum because only level 15
>Scout two level 60s going broke in the process
>10 minute swim there because I didn't know about the cave in primordia
>They get me somewhat inland then times up
>Game only offers level 10-13s as scoutables in noctilum
>Stealth my way through all noctilum because I can only handle the beach crabs
>Eventually make my to goal luckily planting probes as I go
>Lose my level 13 scout during first attempt to fight the 8+ or so enemies guarding the scientist
>Luckily these enemies are low 20's and me and H.B. are about level 18
>Die over and over but luckily my last planted probe was nearby
>Just have to run past 4 or so level 40+ fliying bugs and a few level 40+ giant crocodiles
>Finally me and just H.B. take down 3/4s of the monsters guarding the scientist and I can get to the scientist to talk to him and finish the quest
Getting chased all over noctilum by enemies mostly over level 30 sucked ass. But that big fight at the end was fun as hell. Truth be told I like fighting multiple enemies in this game and having to use my head to increase my chances was satisfying too.
FUCK YOU ANON FIX THE FUCKING WEATHER ALREADY
would it not be to make him not as noticeable or stand out as much since he was regulated as more of a simple side character due to the whole reworking of the game and what not
This game is hell for people like me who have autism over party members having equal level. Not only is my character higher level than anyone else, Lin and Elma and the optional fourth get instantly raped in story missions thanks to being 10 levels below most mobs.
I blazed through the vita easily, the first Lao fight was iffy but I got everyone to get out of their skells before they were destroyed but I couldn't handle the last fight at all
Once you get to the part where your fuel gets drained and you have to fight on foot, you're basically in the clear though since if you die you can just try again without having to restart the game to get skells back.
Trying to grind the last half-heart of affinity for both Frye and Phog is excruciating. I want to do their affinity mission before doing the next chapter, but I'm out of quick-affinity options, left with a bunch of collecting basic quests and tyrants that are like level 50 or something.
The Manon can be spacejews too.
And some of the humans are pretty obsessed with their reward money. While I'm thinking to myself about how in post-game I got 20 million credits and nothing to spend them on.
>tfw never put AoEs on my robots because of aggro problems
>get to the chimeras
>oh wow there's a fair few of them
>Holy fuck there's actually a ton of them
>activate Overdrive immediately and carve through half of them with a G Buster while using an aggro laser on others to get them off others
Fun times, but an AoE would have made that a lot less stressful
support missions are nice little boosters. Remember to do the highest level ones as those give the highest rewards. For example the highest money and miranium missions give you 300K credits and 30K miranium.
>mfw i actually maxed out credits
And there are people who kill others over not even 10,000 credits. I make 20 times that on FrontierNav.
you can get both Meteor and Phoenix for your skell in the store for lvl 50 skells
they are not the stronges, but they are fucking AoE + Blaze damage.
See. this is why you cant really on the strongest
situational based less damage but better effects are needed
the developers are sadistic assholes. not to the mention the amount of materials required just for the Bunny outfits.
just finished the Wii Xenoblade, which Operation Rainfall game should I play next, Pandora's Tower or The Last Story?
I know they had to scrap a lot of story, but why the fuck did they focus on the worst party members?
H.B. and Yelv and Celica all have shit going on, but they're completely shafted and relegated to minor optional content. Phog and Alexa and Mia actually have something resembling character, but they're ignored in favor of Irina and fucking Gwin. L is a mandatory recruit, but he gets upstaged by Doug. Fucking DOUG.
Where the hell were their priorities?
X is set in the distant future of XC so it doesn't really matter but XC is what kicks of all the events leading up to XCX and the origin of the universe X takes place in.
Mira is very likely the planet from the end of XC.
If there is a sequel there might be more important connections coming into play
but as it stands right now it doesn't really matter and would work just as fine if they where completely independent from each other.
Same here. The jump let you traverse the ground much better. Now you gotta fly just to get over a ledge.
And I wish drive mode was better but some of the skells can barely turn and if you hit a ledge or something you get stuck bouncing around with no control.
>camera from skell visor zooming in on the backview of elma in the ending
I don't think i've ever seen an ass that glorious. Maybe Jill in Revelations but that's fully clothed
It's useful if you want to raise their affinity for their affinity quests to unlock their signature arts and some weapon/skell schematics for yourself, and you can basically use them to play as them and try various classes for yourself without wasting your own precious battle points to level up new arts.
They're right though. Even Ran Out of Budget-kun and Tank Top are better.
Phog is great.
>...man, I'm hungry
>every h2h opens with "..." "....." "......." as he stares at ants or tries to get a hotdog
He and Frye's final AM is fantastic simply because it's nothing but them interacting.
>Frye talking about why he's always so brash and impulsive, using a story from his childhood
>Phog brings up a picnic they had where their mum made a pie
>when asked why he brought it up, he just says he was hungry
he has some fun post battle dialogue too
>Murderess: Looks like you're not completely useless after all.
>Phog: Uh, Thanks? I think
>Hope: Are you alright Phog? You look sad
>Phog: oh that's just how I look
I did FMJ for a while
ended up using Assault Rifle as my ranged weapons so I could Shadow Strike -> Assault Hammer to do a one-two topple combo by myself.
It's really effective for the story, and did well in the Rexoskell fight that everyone always complains about, but it's not a good enough build for the post game bosses
>better than those two
Let's not get carried away here. I know that Nagi and Phog can function as better DPS members than Elma but how are HB or L better tanks than Lin? Based on usefulness and not on personality of course. Enhanced Stand seems like the best tanking aura and has saved her ass, and consequently my own, plenty of times. I haven't messed with Yelv, Boze, or Frye much to really see how effective they can or can't be though
>my brother is so sickly and frail
>he's actually a statuesque football playing gun fu master who gives piggyback rides to much heavier people
If nothing else, HB has the advantage of a single-target taunt if you don't want to pull in a bunch of adds.
They seriously take a turn when you least expect it.
For example, I thought pic related was gonna be some funny shit.
>HEY GUYS, WHO WANTS SOME ICE CREAM CAKES?
>those weapons that drop from the prone
>That orphe that belittles the Tree Clan for worshipping a tree
>this is apparently okay
>That blade that reveals the Ovah is just a parasite with a thin list of hosts that releases endorphins to the Orphe
>hes bang out of order
Why is it okay when the Orpheans do it
Well I dont know about that.
Like beating up shit sounds like it will be good because chances are you will beat up shit all the time right?
Getting combat benefits is definitely also nice.
But the other ones seem to offer some perks that could be really useful too, even if you dont spend 100% of your time with them.
I hate decisions.
L has 2 topples and 2 attribute resistance arts. Most importantly, L has Mind Storm, his greatest asset.
HB has multiple taunts and 4 skill slots. Keep in mind that taunt gives TP to the entire party.
Also, it's generally advised to not give the stupid AI aura skills. Let them save TP for more useful things such as overdrive and such.
i've heard a lot of 'they're mims who cares when they die' get tossed around here, but Phina is literally mindfucked for life even after getting her real body back and Grette is going to wake up remembering the horror of being skinned and dismembered for the rest of her days
Actually it's Curator for leveling.
Prospector is useless end game because by then you'll have more credits than you an spend. You're better off using division rewards for the skell healing or TP consumables.
Does Nagi always have the longsword you have him equipped with in this scene or does it default to a Katana if one isnt equiped. Curious how this scene woulda looked without a Katana.
>We will never see anyone in fundoshi
He has whatever you equip him with.
You just can't beat Curator when it comes to BLADE leveling, especially when places like the hidden Treasure Cove exists
Because at some point they pushed ahead and then a lot of people jumped on that ship to be able to pick any reward. I hear that in Japan Interceptors is at the top.
I've beaten the game and I even have an Ares 90, but I somehow managed to miss some characters. I thought I did most affinity missions, I don't even know who the fuck Phog is. Goddamn it. Well, I still have the end game to get to know them.
They are still gone for an unknown amount of time and go through the feeling of death.
They are also unavaiable until they return and need everybody to chart the planet. This isn't a literal 3 second respawn
TOO LATE ALREADY CALLED IT SOMETHING ELSE.
BUT IT'S FUCKING INCREDIBLE
is there any damn faster way to get research probes? all the quests and field skill locations keep giving me mining probes. i have like 20 of each mining probe but only a handful of low level research probes
>Like using Lao because he's the only party member that doesn't blow all of his TP immediately
>Chapter 10 & 11 happen
Guess I need a new 4th member.
Is it just a coincidence?
I mean, it could be, but its a really odd combo to begin with.
Or are both referencing something I'm not aware of?
>lets make an enemy that can notice and attack you from far
Same guy must be responsible for the nopon trading card mission, blood lobsters and requiring 70 items to craft something with multiple parts when the item limit is 99.
Her recruit quest is in the Industrial District, you should be able to access it by now. She yells out a lot of green and yellow arts with an Aura mixed in every now and then. Zero Zero is also a great dual gun Art once you do her affinity mission.
the best xenos are the trashmen and the bug men
>>oh god my sides
This quest, cost me half a mil for hatching a crazy plan for the ma-non to act as bait by getting shot again.
Buidhe only does what the prince does,and the prince isn't going to join you because hes too busy being the goddamn prince.
You may as well ask for Vandham to join the party.
Now this guy on the other hand.
He even fucking has his own three quest chain like Recruitment mission -> Affinity quest 1 -> Affinity quest 2.
I think its like their unified thought process.
It suggests stuff to you and in return lets you reproduce asexually through division in the way the Orpheans do.
This is explained when a simple scavenger eats an Orphean and gets body division abilities because it can by chance also house the Ovah.
The quest also involves running back and forth between NLA and Cauldros like 6 times
Did someone notice one of the planets you can see in the game is actually Venus?
Did someone notice one of the pictures you can see in the game is actually a stock photo taken from the internet?
Where is the Giant's Nail in Noctilum? I'm trying to fix the helicopter and I've gone quite a way north but still haven't found it. I'm just beyond the big blue area where you look at all the flowers for Doug's affinity mission.
wowee zowee just beat the story mode and:
The fuck was with that ending like fuck is going on "This Story never truly ends..." Like i got all the religious allegorys shoved in during the final boss fights what the fuck? are they like im some sort of purgatory or some shit? i never played the original xenoblade chronicles so is there like anything im missing by not plaything through that first?
also god damned with that faggity ass twist of elma being and faggy looking alieum and not actually being the delicious brown like i was lead to believe she was.
but god damned seriously the fuck with that ending? Are they like maybe releasing some story dlc eventually long the line? Or was it just a bit of a cop out ending that they put since they were running out of time or money or something?
but that aside game is solid as fuck and still cant believe that ive put in over 110 hours so far due so far and am actually kinda of compelled to 100 percent the damned thing guess i should actually go through all the all skills and such and figure out an actual character build to make to tackle all that post game content
>focus on ranged
Well, you want as much Ranged attack as possible
So store bought Grenada Galactic top and bottom, Found L/R arms with Ranged Attack Up, and the best Angel Halo you can find on your head.
Although trying to damage with an assault rifle is still going to be painful unless you have all the skills for it you learn from affinity missions.
You pretty much need Quick Cannon
It's hard, but use Cross to fill whatever void your team is missing. That's what I've been doing; it can get spooky with BP though since it's very easy to waste all of Cross' on shit.
With steam sales and the 3DS being hacked, I barely had time to play Xenoblade.
All I know is that I got stuck exploring Noctlia looking for the god damned Spherical EM Motor and still havent found it.
To find some items in this game is literally like finding a skinny person in USA.
Playing Xenoblade isn't going to give you that many hints on where this one is headed unless ACTUALY SPOILERS YOU WERE WARNED
Mira is the planet that Shulk has Alvis create at the end of the game and all the crazy shit about Mira is just because of Alvis being close to omnipotent and also bored
If that's not the case though, and we have no idea if it is or isn't. (Tatus DOES mention Homs and Frontier Village though) then you're much better off playing Xenogears to get an idea of where the ending is going.
If I remember right, Murderess' recruitment mission gives one as a quest reward.
Alternatively, they're actually found as collectibles around the Enshrouded Citadel, the big Ganglion base in the mountain with the trained Simius.
There's an NPC somewhere, I think on the Manon ship, that tells you that.
>When we first moved to NLA I didn't really trust humans, so I made contingency plans to level this entire area [this entire area being the Residential District]
>You will be happy to know that I have since scrapped those plans
thanks bug man
>Welcome to Takahashi's wild ride
well yeah that final chapter and story was quite the fucking ride
>If that's not the case though, and we have no idea if it is or isn't.
well fuck guess ill just look the story of it on a wiki or something.
and to be honest with both of you i was totally and completely fine with the ending swerves going there but god damn. What was fucking going with that final scene with the black looking figure and the fucking dude washing up on shore.
Like everything else was perfectly fine and at least made some sense even in some metaphorical way. But that fucking beach scene made me literally cry goddamn bull shit since no further story content seems to be going to released for the game and will keep me for like for fucking ever thinking: "The fuck was up with that?" and will never get any closure of it in the immediate future.
unless a smaller scale 3ds sequel is secretly in the works. Seriously though fuck that beach scene and me want to know more finite fucking answers as to what the fuck is happening. Oh and once again goddamned them for swerving me making elma not actually delicious brown in the end man fuck. the thing she was wearing was actually quite banging though and need to find which of the of the unlocked craftable costumes it is so i can see the fagity lin censored version of it and the put on alexa
It's obvious they want to do a sequel someday. They got burned whenever they tried in the past to set a story up for something bigger (Xenogears and Xenosaga), but so far Nintendo has been much kinder to Monolith. I'm sure we'll see a continuation eventually, even if it's not their very next game.
I'm a fan of
Mira being a sentient planet like Asimov's Gaia and Erythro, so Lao's "death" just means rather than a mim storing his data, the planet itself does now, so his consciousness is still unable to experience a real death.
Still, if they do anything more, I get the feeling the unnamed LONE HERO that went missing after saving them in space plays a big role.
If you want an actual answer, pandora's tower has a better story than the last story. Gameplay wise, they are too different to compare, but pandora's is pretty simplistic.
I'd play pandora's, personally.
You can focus on gatling gun instead of melee if you wanted. The multi-hit moves on it can pack a ton of power to make it your main damage dealing weapon type. Here's an example:
I much prefer the depressing, implicit resolution that
the mims fail to restore the humans in time, become aware of their situation (the reborn humanity wouldn't carry their memories), and "die" out. The entire human presence on Mira ends up feeling like a short, quick mirage of a dead civilization, leaving nothing but a bunch of machines and ruins to affirm that they even existed.
so his consciousness is still unable to experience a real death. well i do agree with that part since all he wanted for the longest time is to actually just die and no matter how hard he seems to try he never actually manages to kill himself as things or people keep interfering with him finally being able to be with with his family in the after life and what not
Already have a bunch of games from winter sales and new semester starting up soon...
So I'm stuck on the decision of getting it now and it getting dust or if I let it sit and risk the usual Nintendo problem of not-enough-copies.
doing actual normal sidequests. Seriously you gain a significant amount compared to Soul Voicing and support missions.
read the descriptions of them and you will and take the highest level one you possibly can
baring that you could just do normal missions and in a more organic way raise affinity that way
the Lifehold core still holds all the protoplasmic goo to make life with, and the raw DNA to do so. Seems to me they could just fix it up eventually and proceed with their plan, though the only personalities they'd have to put into the bodies would be whatever mims were left alive. Sucks for the millions of personalities that didn't have a mim to go to.
Well, the high entia was a fully functional society with a governing body that didn't consist entirely of one person, so she could fuck off to do whatever she wanted for a while.
I really enjoy the game, but once skills get introduced into the mix things become a little confusing.
How does skell insurance work? All I know is the AI can't exhaust it.
Can a skell get past level 50? If not I have no idea how you beat those level 80+ fuckers.
Can lin be setup to generate tons of TP? Cooldown seems ripe for it, but I have no idea if she uses multiple auras and cool down efficiently togeather. Same goes for Emma and that blood offering skill.
The general consensus is still that you should stop asking 4chan for gaming advice.
You have to be 18+ to post here and by that time you should know what kind of games you like.
If you can't form your own opinion from watching gameplay videos or tutorials then maybe you should start working on that.
Frame levels are set. Once you beat the game you can start developing lvl 60 frames and characters last affinity missions unlock lvl 60 super weapons for development.
I don't think you can do much with Lin besides removing most if not all of her TP using arts from her palette and telling her to stop wasting TP during battle.
The AI is as or even more retarded than in Chronicles so don't expect too much out of your party besides keeping the enemies attention for a little while. They'll gladly use their 1200 fuel skell weapons when the mob is at 10% just to annoy you.
Each skell starts with 3 insurance points. Whenever your skell blows up, you get one of those quick-time events where you have to press B. If you fail to get a perfect on that, your insurance goes down by 1. When your insurance is at 0 and your skell blows up, that means you have to pay for the damages (teammates who blow up a 0 insurance skell will also rack up damage expenses.
Skells don't level up. Looking at the stats of a skell will also tell you their level. You have to be the same level or above to pilot a skell. Yes, there are skells at higher levels than 50.
Chill out hombre. Just because a game has a lot of threads up doesnt suddenly make it a good game. And theres nothing wrong with getting a general consensus of opinions. It doesnt mean theyre right but if a lot of people like something it is less likely its shit. I can be interested in a game and play it and find out its shit. I could also view somethinf and think it looks dumb and play it and like it. I dont need /v/ credit.
Who is the best girl
besides Elmaand why is it Alexa?
>Grette is going to wake up remembering the horror of being skinned and dismembered for the rest of her days
Good thing this game isn't M rated or else they might have shown the gory details