Wraith

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About Wraith

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    The Hashish Eater
  • Birthday 05/14/1992

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    Male
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    Along the shore the cloud waves break,
    The twin suns sink behind the lake,
    The shadows lengthen
    In Carcosa.
    Strange is the night where black stars rise,
    And strange moons circle through the skies,
    But stranger still is
    Lost Carcosa.
    Songs that the Hyades shall sing,
    Where flap the tatters of the King,
    Must die unheard in
    Dim Carcosa.
    Song of my soul, my voice is dead,
    Die thou, unsung, as tears unshed
    Shall dry and die in
    Lost Carcosa.

    —"Cassilda's Song" in The King in Yellow Act 1, Scene 2
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    Cathuria: The Abode of Gods

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  • Favorite Fire Emblem Game
    Genealogy of the Holy War

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    Jugdral

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  1. I'm now a bit more interested in this game, but only a bit. I hope that whichever of the three houses the avatar sides with will create conflict and change the course of the story. It would be nice to have some actual role playing elements in a JRPG and to have the ideas of Fates be properly implemented into a game.
  2. Tales Of Vesperia Definitive Edition

    I've never really understood the appeal of the Tales Of series. Although it is regarded as one of the bigger JRPG series out there, I feel that most of the games embrace the tropes and cliches of anime way too much. The series as a result to me comes of as decent, but nothing special. Thus I wish to pose the question as to what makes the Tales Of games special to you?
  3. ...Why is this banner a thing?
  4. I’m honestly still apathetic about the game until we get more information or a new trailer. I’m currently too busy enjoying the short stories of Ray Bradbury to care.
  5. New Heroes: Rulers Of The Laguz

    About damn time we got some laguz units!
  6. Post a fact about the person above!

    Probably would enjoy the works of Karl Edward Wagner.
  7. Fire Emblem Three Houses

    In the mean time why don’t you read some good old sword and sorcery literature, like Frirz Leiber’s Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. I just finished Karl Edward Wagner’s Kane series which I’d also recommend, although not for the faint of heart.
  8. How the Zelda CD-I games should have ended.
  9. Post a fact about the person above!

    Thinks he is cool with those horns.
  10. What are your guys’ new years resolutions?

    - Finish roughly 125 books (Print and Audiobooks) - To get a new job less stressful then my previous one. - Take better care of my mental health. - Try to enjoy life more.
  11. I’m one of those old fans whose been playing the series for well over a decade and yet had fun with both Awakening and Fates. By the time Awakening came out I had already beaten all the other games in the series and was looking forward to a brand new FE game in 2013. Although I enjoyed Awakening, I believe that it was all the callbacks to the other games in the series that made me enjoy the game more then I should of originally. That and also being able to marry Tiki, in the process giving her own personal story a positive resolution.
  12. True, but in my opinion to a far lesser degree then what is found in the Jugdral Saga or Tellius Saga.
  13. I think the issue with some fans (such as myself) is that Awakening and Fates lowered the bar for the series in terms of storytelling and characterization. It really feels like these two games sought to mimic FE’s contemporaries (Tales of Series and Final Fantasy) in terms of style and tone to gain relevancy in a dire time for the series. While this gambit worked in getting the series high sales figures and new fans, in the long run the core ethos of the series has suffered as a result. The FE games seem to no longer be war epics dealing with the themes of fellowship and tragedy, but instead more interested in waifu culture and anime cliches.