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http://ww1.sinaimg.cn/large/7de194d5gw1drx5k3y9szj.jpg

At the bottom talking to sumia is that a new female character I see?

Anyone read the name?

Also;

http://ww4.sinaimg.cn/large/7de194d5gw1drx5obtsu7j.jpg

Does this show a Pegasus rider with a bow?!?!?!?!?

( btw if I'm wrong then ...... Just delete this or something......)

Edited by pegasusmage

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The character talking with Sumia is Cynthia, her daughter.

The image probably shows bows being effective against fliers. We already know all the regular classes, and none of the flying classes have bows.

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The character talking with Sumia is Cynthia, her daughter.

The image probably shows bows being effective against fliers. We already know all the regular classes, and none of the flying classes have bows.

Oh so that's Cynthia....

I did think pegasi with bows was too good to be true:(

Well sorry for wasting your time.....

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Explaining fun trivia is never a waste of time.

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That's just a "FE for dummies" page

- Fliers are weak to bows

- Terrain effects matter

- Named enemies can be recruited (usually)

- Weapon triangle

- Slang (bench, Jeigan, marupin, yattsukemake)

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Can someone explain やっつけ負け? It's too blurry for me to look up the kanji I can't read...

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Can someone explain やっつけ負け? It's too blurry for me to look up the kanji I can't read...

It's a term used for when a character dies from killing too many attackers on enemy phase. As in... enemy attacks, does chip damage, character counterattacks and kills, then another enemy attacks, chip damage, counterattack kill... rinse and repeat until character's HP reaches zero.

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So parents don't age a day in this game? :D

It may actually be time travel on the kids part.

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It's a term used for when a character dies from killing too many attackers on enemy phase. As in... enemy attacks, does chip damage, character counterattacks and kills, then another enemy attacks, chip damage, counterattack kill... rinse and repeat until character's HP reaches zero.

That almost happened with me the other day. Except it was Paladins killing a Marksman. (Canto) lol 1 hp left..

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That almost happened with me the other day. Except it was Paladins killing a Marksman. (Canto) lol 1 hp left..

It doesn't apply, then - the term is literally "losing from killing (too much)". As the article itself says, mercs and myrmidons are especially prone to this.

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275000 new beta keys.

I'm not one of those.

Blizzaaaaaard

I still need to plan out how I'm going to buy the game

Maybe I should ask my little brother (who gets roughly five times the money I do) if his credit card is up to the task

(I don't have enough income for an international credit card, lolol)

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This is off topic, and probably a dumb question, but here goes,

When class changing would say a priest to a swordy person , would they still use staves?

Also nono and velvet?

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No. They lose staves. I imagine they keep the weapon level if they class back though.

Nono and Velvet can reclass. I'll bet they can't use stones afterwards.

Edited by L95

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It doesn't apply, then - the term is literally "losing from killing (too much)". As the article itself says, mercs and myrmidons are especially prone to this.

So it's like an old saying back home, (paraphrased) "Lots of swimming, just before dying at the shore".

Edited by AstraSage

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So it's like an old saying back home, (paraphrased) "Lots of swimming, just before dying at the shore".

Going out with a bang. (and a plus in the combat records)

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It doesn't apply, then - the term is literally "losing from killing (too much)". As the article itself says, mercs and myrmidons are especially prone to this.

@Bolded: Truly these people are the masters of comedy.

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Nothing more funny (and annoying) then seeing your precious myrmadon barely stave off a hit from a mage... Only to crit it back, kill it, and have a Calvalier from halfway across the map come in a throw a javalin axe into his skull edward's face with 26 hit.

I learned that the hard way.

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It doesn't apply, then - the term is literally "losing from killing (too much)". As the article itself says, mercs and myrmidons are especially prone to this.

In FE5, Shiva was prone to this a lot. You'd think he'd content just blocking tons of Dark Mages in that defense chapter with Eda--but nope, wants to kill everything so he can die a slow and dragged out death

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Reminds of a certain chapter in RD. I think it was part 3 chapter 13; my characters kept getting crits and ending up getting themselves killed multiple times. On the third try I ended up just beating the whole chapter with bronze weapons to avoid this...

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