Hawkwing

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About Hawkwing

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    "I'll just give a quick, short response..." Writes an essay.
  • Birthday May 17

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    Male
  • Interests
    Thinking and philosophizing. Reading and Video-games. Really, if it makes me think, it'll probably interest me.
  • Location
    Midgard, as the third person to walk there (technically the fourth, but the first guy passed out).

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  • Favorite Fire Emblem Game
    Shadows of Valentia

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  1. So... Hawkwing... For some reason, I'm imagining a bird shapeshifter that is also an archer... That... is actually pretty cool. As for my abilities: Level 1. Air Transport: Can transport any non-flying and non-calvary unit without a penalty or using up a turn. Possibly provides a bonus when capturing units (just pick up the enemy and fly away. Or pick them up and then drop them in the middle of your army. Maybe use a net or sack or something to help with the process). Level 10. Bombardment: Flies into the air, then transforms into an archer, bombarding the enemy with arrows on the way down. Level 15. Air grapple: The efficiency bonus against flying-units is increased when in melee range. Level 20. Gravity's Freefall: Grabs any non-flying unit lifts them up into the air, and then drops them. May try to do extra damage by slamming them into trees, cliffs, and walls on the way up. If it crits, then arrows are shot at the enemy as they are falling to the ground.
  2. Google image war

    Ah, so you have the problem of some pictures not working too! Being honest, I've had to go off the file/picture name and/or my phone to see what some of them were about.
  3. Ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer

    Habit? It was an accident? Because you wanted to emphasis a fact about human nature? How did The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly manage to make a scene of three men staring at each other for five minutes the most intense moment of the film?
  4. Men of Serenes Forest!

    "Friendship is born at the moment when one person says to another 'What! You too? I thought I was the only one." - C.S. Lewis I consider a person a friend the moment I can start a conversation with them without any nudges or other coincidences, and when I can have a serious discussion with someone and they don't even attempt to back out. Part 1: Someone who is more than an ally. They will help you in your greatest need, and will stay with you afterwards. They will sincerely say "don't think about it" because the trouble was just a distraction that kept you two (or more. Friendship likes to add more members) from talking or "'hanging out". Part 2: Whenever the scenario above occurs.
  5. SF Interviews 2.0 - Nominating #181

    I nominate @vanguard333 and @KnightOfNohr.
  6. Google image war

    I just started playing. I haven't gotten very far, but it's a fun game. I too am a Sauceror (although I am thinking of trying out the Turtle Tamer class sometime in the future), and I would have put a picture of said class if it weren't for the fact that none of them seemed to work, so I went for the next best thing. Also, nice Polandball comic.
  7. Google image war

    (It really is a spoiler, by the way) (For the life of me I could not get the image from the wiki to work)
  8. Ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer

    Yes, but not in the ways you expect. Would calling someone a "father of a bastard" be more offensive than calling them a "son of a b*tch"?
  9. SF Interviews 2.0 - Nominating #181

    Ah, okay. It's a good picture. Also, nice cat. Is there a story behind the name "Cheeto?" As for the final set of questions: Favorite Pixar Movie? Favorite Fire Emblem Meme? Favorite Character in Super Smash Brothers? Who won E3? Did you enjoy your re-interview? Well, this was fun. I'm ironically kind of glad you kept the five question limit, and also answered quickly. It was enjoyable creating new questions that I'm probably going to use later.
  10. Ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer

    Does doing so during a family reunion count? Or if it was noticed by only one other person? In Fire Emblem, why isn't wind magic used like the Force (specifically, Force Push/Pull/Grip) from Star Wars?
  11. SF Interviews 2.0 - Nominating #181

    That...was more information than what I bargained for. Still, it's nice seeing things that people are passionate about. And that cats reaction is priceless. Also is that your own cat, or one that you worked with at a shelter? And is that a tattoo? As for the actual five-limit questions: Thoughts/Opinions on Indiana Jones? Oldest book you've ever read? Do you read any webcomics? Favorite Newspaper Comic? Strangest thing you've ever eaten?
  12. Google image war

    Same. Guardians of Ga'Hoole also had a better "Coryn," and that one came first.
  13. Ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer

    The creators wanted to give the player several choices about how their army could develop, as well as to put the class make-up in the player rather than the developers hands. They could also have been inspired by Gaiden/Echoes, where three to four out of the five or six starting units are villagers. Or they wanted players to use Jeigan-like strategies without actually having a Jeigan. What in the world is the point of the Rabbit side-quest in Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks? And who thought that capturing bunnies with what is essentially a larger butterfly net would be a good idea?
  14. Google image war

    Spoilered for size (the picture is larger than I thought it would be). I know very few people will understand the reference, but I don't care.
  15. Google image war