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I just don't get the appeal of physical builds.
Sure, damage potential may in the end be higher but you lose out on dank charged Megidolaons, infinite MP through Drain and barely any demons have weaknesses to physical.
More along the lines of Leo as Jimenez, and Robert Downey Jr. as Evil Tony Stark a.k.a. Captain Jack.
I'm doing one and it just feels like I'm gimping myself.
Demons don't resist almighty either.
It is also fun to vaporize things with your charged almighty spells.
>I don't get the appeal of punching demons in the face
Hell Rider is a bitchin' hardcore motherfucker.
Also don't forget that light in SMT iznogood, but rather represents how the people feel and treat the demon, wether they praise and revere or curse and fear them.
Thus, it stands to reason that fiends would be considered as 'Dark' by all means.
What if I want to go
an Ailment-Utility Support Build?
You forget loads of demons are weak to those in final dungeons and late game places...
It is part of a themed folder.
MP is never really an issue as long as you also have Drain.
Then you can have a -dyne (or two) for bosses.
>Why do you rely so much on trust?
I still think it's super misleading to let you put points into magic and int even if you can't cast magic and never will be able to. what was even the point? SH is guilty of this too.
If I can remember this correctly, I think INT helps with negotiations in SMT. The original, at least. Magic is also magic defense in DDS, but I doubt it's the same so far down the line. I dunno
It has that effect in the older games too, apparently. But it's so pointless compared to int.
I need to watch all of those still. I only got to see whatever eps at a friends house.
Is Kaneko an employee of Atlus, or an artists who contributes to their works?
I'm not about to babble about how amazing his stuff is, but after seeing Maya in SJ, I'm convinced that I want this man to live forever.
>tfw he wants to "pass the torch"
It hurts already.
>Before 'passing down the torch' he makes a special collab with his best bud Araki in the biggest SMT game yet, with over 800 demons, including many outdated ones that didn't see much use and now got a new dank redesign.
Would you like this?, If ye ask me it's better to burn out than to fade away.
It's not that I want him to keep doing demons forever, but after seeing some of the designs of IV - not all of which were bad, but some were insanely questionable - I'm not sure that a change of hands is safe. Not yet anyway.
I do find myself tired of seeing the same Spriggan, Rakshasa, and so on sprites.
Reusing his ANCIENT Matador design in SJ really bothered me because Matador had been escalated to popularity after Nocturne.
I'd like another game using the PS2 models to be honest.