The Malign Knight

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About The Malign Knight

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    Judge Magister
  • Birthday 09/06/1997

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    Male
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    Rabanastre

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  • Favorite Fire Emblem Game
    Sacred Stones

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  1. Favorite Video Game Characters

    Vaan "Ratsbane". Many people find him annoying, but I honestly can't help but love everything about him: he starts as a pretty childish boy who has to let go the Death of his Brother - who he is trying to not think about or else It makes him feel a great pain on the inside as shown And well, when he kind of does, he understands that he doesn't have a place in the world - or to be more specific, he doesn't know what do with his life: he has been thinking so much about having Revenge against the empire and thinking about becoming a sky pirate that...he didn't do anything with his life. This is also why he decides to continue his journey with Ashe: he thinks that travelling with her, he will know what he can do in his life. And in a way, he was right: as the story progresses, Vaan becomes much more mature, finding not only his "supposed" place in the world(which is also the "dream" has been using to not think about his Brother, funnily enough), but in the semi-last dungeon of the game, Vaan finally breaks himself from the chains of Reks's Death and becomes free from his past, if I may say so. But Vaan doesn't have just his character arc for me: his relationships with the some members of the cast are also great as well: - Balthier. with this skypirate, Vaan has an interesting pupil-master relationship(altough It's something that Balthier doesn't want to admit) and when Vaan becomes a real sky pirate in Balthier's eyes, he decides to give Strahl to Vaan if he was to die like The Leading Man he is, making it the "peak" of their pupil-master relation-ship. - Basch: with this knight, Vaan initially doesn't have a great relation-ship and understandably so, after all However, when Basch "defends" Reks from the other "knights" talking badly about his Brother, Vaan starts to see Basch in a different light: no more as an assassin, but more like...a father. Yes, Vaan slowly starts to grow fond of Basch, to the point that he later sees him more like a father, which is quite surprising, considiering how much Vaan hated him. - Ashe: now, this is probably the most interesting one. Vaan and Ashe are quite similar: they both have lost someone dear to them at the hands of the Empire, both hate Basch and both want to get Revenge against the Empire. However, they don't really like each other initially: for Vaan, Ashe seems to be quite the selfish princess and, for Ashe, Vaan is more anoying than anything else, but - as you would expect - they get to know more about each other the more they travel together, with their friendship "flourishing" at Jahara and at the end of the game, where Vaan comforts her saying that she has now friends like him, Penelo and the others. - Larsa: while It's true that penelo is his first friends, Vaan is undoubtedly the one he has the more interactions with. So, with Larsa, Vaan has a friendly relation-ship: There would also be Penelo, but their relation-ship is just a generic "Childhood friends.jpeg" and becomes truly interesting only in Revenant Wings. One cool thing about them tough is that Vaan and Peneloare the opposite of each other, in terms of personality: Vaan can be rude, childish and unable to control his emotions while Penelo is calm, mature and knows how to act in different situations. One last detail I like about Vaan is also how ignorant he is about Ivalice: he only knows about the deserts of Dalmasca and the Giza Plains, so the questions he does about the world of the game make sense and also help flesh out Ivalice herself.
  2. Post a fact about the person above!

    Cipher Lyn
  3. Holy crap, that is actually...pretty epic. Even tough It would be super OP(I imagine It would kill nearly every enemies in the game), I kind of wish It would be "usable" in such a way.
  4. Post a fact about the person above!

    Know that Sonia from FE7 is perfect while Sonya from SoV isn't.
  5. Post a fact about the person above!

    Was so fast that he ended up doing a double post
  6. Post a fact about the person above!

    Was so fast that he ended up doing a double post
  7. Video game music

  8. Post a fact about the person above!

    Likes Agrias from FFT
  9. Portraits that change throughout the story and class choice

    While It would be a nice touch, It's not something I care about all that much so, even if It wasn't present, nothing would change for me tbh
  10. Who's your favourite character and why?

    Lyon from Sacred Stones. It's not because he is best villain.jpeg or anything like that, but rather because I can relate to him so much that, sometimes, I see myself looking at him. It brings me to sympathize with him than I normally should.
  11. Dissidia NT: Vayne Carudas Solidor confirmed

    Finally, SE has officially announced the PS4 version! It will be called Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. Noctis will be present in PS4 version too.
  12. Post a fact about the person above!

    Likes an NPC from PoR
  13. Post a fact about the person above!

    Likes an NPC from PoR
  14. Villains? Or End Bosses?

    But at least Kefka wouldn't have been stupid enough to let live Julia, who we all remember to be the heir of naga's power and literally the only person that could kill Julius. That was such a dumb mistake that, honestly, It completely nullified all his precedents schemings Regarding Hellene: yes, she was an asshole to Zephiel, but remember she changes and becomes a caring mother to Zephiel. To be honest, Zephiel became the man he is more because of the period where he was poisoned. Anyway, regarding the topic, I prefer main villains due to more story presence, but I enjoy the final bosses as...well, bosses more because they are much more epic to fight.
  15. Not really. Alm's journey happens not because of his love for Celica, but rather because he knows he can do much more than just staying in a small and monotone village.