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I don't think anything, considering I don't read it. But, well, skimping is better than hiatuses.
---------- Post added May 05, 2013 at 01:04 PM ---------- Previous post was April 25, 2013 at 09:44 PM ----------
Way to edit my post.
What level is Midorima now?
When i started this game back in 2004, it took me months to get to lvl 40, playing 1 or 2h a day.
Now the exp is higher, there is buff that increases def and attack, exp event, quests... I was able to hit lvl 100 in one day.
The hardest part is still to get from 350 to 400, before entering master level. I guess it's also very hard to get the last 30 levels of master level.
Yeah, and that always happens. I played a game and it used to take ages to level some stats up, but later on, you could do the same thing in a weekend that would've taken weeks beforehand.
Kind of like with recent pokemon games. My younger brother got one and I was like "good luck getting to level 100", and that's when he told me that the elite four and gym leaders all level up so its ridiculously easy now.
Fuck that, I had to get to lvl 100 by grinding for hours in the old games.
So, Zat, any thoughts on what we'll see next month in SPoT after being skimped one month and then no chapter the next?
we will see echizen-cest.
Sanada and Akutsu off panel Shuuji and what's his name. All we get to see after is Shuuji on the ground saying "such strength..." while everyone else is in shock.
Shuuji has been too hyped for that
Akutsu's not that strong anyway as it's implied that he would've "died" if Ryoma hadn't saved him. If Shuuji has something like IDS, he'd just beat Akutsu in one second, so he can't have something like that. We know from the PP (and it's implied in the manga and anime) that Shuuji has some type of perceptive analysis ability. What that means, be it Super Insight, Super Saiki, or something new, we don't know.
In other news, I finally got around to starting the games on my list there. Fire Emblem: Awakening is great, and while they did change it a bit to appeal to a wider audience, I still think it's great. Probably my third favorite in the series, maybe second.