I think this is the first time in a long time that I sat down to write a blog post and didn’t have to delete spam comments! Yay! It used to be that I was deleting twenty and thirty a day because they were so persistent, but they’ve slowly been trickling away.
Just watch my luck run out now.
Anyway, playing Fire Emblem again cause I want to try out some of those side chapter characters that I never got before. Athena, who you get on chapter 6X, and Horace, who’s in 12X a, are the only two who I’ve used before, and I want to try out the others, especially as the only Sorcerer you can get is in one of those side chapters, along with some other really cool things, like killer weapons and the Wo Dao.
And as a bonus, I am using some new characters and some old favorites already, I currently have nine characters. I have Norne, who is determined to cap speed before she hits promotion level and is proving that her horrible skill growth is only for show, cause she’s two ahead of her averages right now. In fact, probably once I get everyone up to 20/20, I’ll post their averages and their actual stats and determine whether or not I got screwed over by the random number god. But anyway, I have Abel, who is determined to show me that his luck sucks, both in his growth and in the stats he gets, although he’s not as screwed as poor Frey, who didn’t get a single point of speed for seven levels and is only just starting to work on catching up. At least his luck is better than his averages, which helps him dodge.
Cain is proving that he is the man with sharp sticks and a willingness to gouge them into just about any enemy who can touch him. While the only stat he can cap before promotion is strength, and maybe speed if he really tries, he’s doing really well for his averages. Marth and Julian are on different levels of stat caps, as they don’t promote, so they don’t get bonuses to help them with bad levels, but Marth is a point ahead of everything in his levels except for resistance, where his growth there is so low that his chance of even getting one is only .020% per level. Julian is having some trouble with strength, which makes his stealing ability kinda suck, but he’s trying. Radd is a new friend, who’s a myrmidon who starts at level 1 when most of your characters are already over ten and so are the enemies, but he’s doing very well for himself, and has more defence then the three cavaliers already, even though he’s eight levels lower, so he’s undoubtedly not ever going to take damage before he promotes unless the enemy’s using magic. Lena is…Lena is Lena, only her magic is so screwed over it’s not even funny. It took her till level 16 to get a single point of magic, when her averages suggest she should have gotten at least three by then. But she’s already capped luck for the first tier and has a not unresasonable chance of capping resistance as well, and she’s faster than some of my end game Lena’s have been as well.
And then there’s Caeda. Beautiful, powerful Caeda. She has more strength than she’s supposed to at level twenty when she’s thirteen. Her defence is good, and she’s already capped speed and luck. Unfortunately, I still have to keep her away from archers because her HP is only two points ahead of her averages, and archers are usually accurate, but once I get that Delphi Shield, I have a feeling that I’m going to be leading charges with her. Especially since she gets a fuck ton of strength and defence when she promotes, and I can see that she will be the second one promoted (cause Lena’s already level nineteen and we need a mage) and she will be a gorgeous goddess of death.
Yes. I like Caeda. Shush.