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Normal B19 Box Promo. Given her reference to needing to hide her inability to age, it is very likely she is older than this. No one ever told you about your older sister, did they? She was the true apostle. Sanaki: I Lekain: She died before you were born, assassinated along with Apostle Misaha by the heron clan.
So the senate installed you, the second daughter, as the apostle instead. But just before she died, the old woman who raised me told me what the brand was and what it meant. This is proof that the blood of both beorc and laguz course through me. And so, I am anathema to both. She told me never to let anyone see it, and to be always on my guard.
Muarim: Wise advice Micaiah: I've avoided people most of my life to conceal my brand But there's no way to hide how very slowly I age. I just keep moving through Daein. The same holds true now I won't be able to stay in this army long. He was so skinny, but his gaze was so piercing I wondered how such a young boy could look like that.
One day, I noticed he was standing close to me, just watching. He continued like that for a few days. One day, I held out my hand. He was suspicious of me, but came over anyway. He looked like a scared animal.
Then his little hand slipped into mine. It was shaking. His fingers were so thin and frail. I couldn't let go after that. After that, we traveled together all over the continent. No matter where we went, we were always together. He mentioned he was looking for someone who was like family to him. It was you he was searching for, wasn't it? Micaiah: I I tried to leave him behind.
When we went to Crimea, I split off from him and took a ship to Begnion. But when I reached Begnion, war had broken out between Crimea and Daein. I knew I had to return to Daein to look for him. I couldn't find him, so I went to Crimea. But I still couldn't find him We found each other again after the war, in Daein. In the back alleys of Nevassa, where we first met.
Ike: You took routes opposite to each other. Micaiah: When I told him why I'd disappeared, he got so angry.. I'd never seen him get so emotional before. Ike: I can't say that I blame him. I'd be pretty furious if I heard someone that I loved was wandering around two countries at war. Besides, I'm sure he'd hidden his feelings about being abandoned until he saw you again.
Micaiah: I thought I was reaching the limit of how long I could stay with him. He grew each and every day, but I remained the same I didn't want him to be harmed by the curse I lived with. Can you imagine how hard that would have been on him? Fighting for a free Daein, they alone have stood against Begnion's forces.
They alone have shouldered the hopes of their nation. Among the company is a young girl named Micaiah, who is said to possess mystical powers. The people of Daein have come to know her as the "Silver-Haired Maiden. Begnion's forces have tried time and again to capture and silence the Dawn Brigade. However, Micaiah's ability to sense impending danger has thus far allowed the Dawn Brigade to evade the empire's grasp. We suspect they were from the Dawn Brigade, a band of thieves that targets goods levied from the town.
People say they give what they've stolen back to the villagers and strut around acting like heroes. They're said to have a witch among them, a girl called the Silver-Haired Maiden. They say she can heal wounds instantly by laying her hands on any injury. Townspeople treat her like a savior. Jarod: And? What have you been doing about this band of fools? Soldier: Sir. A few days ago we stormed their hideout. We found a girl much like the Silver-Haired Maiden We ran the dogs from their den, but they were cunning and cautious, and My mind feels Things I could always see clearly are now dim and vague.
I may have committed us to an irreversible fate. You remain Daein's goddess of victory. But I never see your face around here anymore. Are you busy in town? Micaiah: Your Majesty. My room in the castle is much too lavish for my taste. I'd rather be in town helping with the reconstruction. It's good work, and it makes me happy to help our people. You know we can't live in the public eye.
Doing something that will deliberately make you stand out I'm just saying, it isn't like you, Micaiah. Micaiah: When we were separated during the war, you changed, Sothe. I was doing so well I feel like I always wished that I didn't have this farsight It often feels like such a burden But this clouded vision seems so strange. Now, I miss the clarity Ironic, isn't it, Yune?
Those are our orders from King Pelleas. As his subjects, we will obey him. Sothe: Without even asking why? Daein is finally back on its own. Why are we even speaking to Begnion, let alone fighting for them?! Micaiah: I don't know. I do know that King Pelleas wants what's best for Daein He must know something we don't. I trust him. He's changed since the coronation, though. He doesn't smile or laugh anymore.
Maybe it's because Izuka and the Black Knight vanished. Sothe: Who cares about Pelleas smiling or laughing? We have no quarrels with the Laguz Alliance! Why are we targeting them? Micaiah: Well, with a few exceptions, the soldiers are excited about hunting down the laguz They've been promised a large bounty for each one they kill.
It's certainly raised morale. Sothe: Listen to yourself! Laguz hunting?! That's just great. We've gone from being freedom fighters to bigots in the blink of an eye. I can't believe you'd go along with such a murderous plan. How do you feel about this, Micaiah? Tell me the truth. I don't want to fight. Sothe: Then why ar-- Micaiah: What choice do I have?! I'm the general of this army.
It doesn't matter how I feel. Besides, I can't let the king or the soldiers down. My duty ultimately lies with them I'm sorry. Micaiah: Honestly. Here I thought you were saying something enlightened, and you're just talking about him again? Sothe: What do you mean, again? Micaiah: Sothe, sometimes, every other thing you say is like an ode to Ike. I know you fought beside him. I know you owe him your life. And I know you want to be just like him But to the people of Daein, he's the man who crushed us three years ago.
Some would even call him our archenemy. If we hadn't lost the war to that man, Daein wouldn't be in the mess it's in now. You know that. This is insane. Micaiah: What's insane about a people fighting for their country? Ike: There's got to be something we can do! Let us help, please! Micaiah: Why would you want to help us, after everything we've done?
No, after everything I've done Ike: We know you don't want this fight. Isn't there any way for us to avoid it? No, I'm afraid there isn't. Ike: Just talk to me! We can find a way! Micaiah: You don't understand. We can't stop.
I'm sorry, but I can't explain it more clearly than that. Ike: Micaiah, I don't want you to die. I don't want all of your soldiers to die. You have to let me help you. Micaiah: Ike Now I see it. Now it makes sense. Ike: What makes sense? Micaiah: Sothe always spoke so highly of you.
Now I know the reason. You truly are a good person. It's a shame Ike: Why is that a shame? Micaiah: Because it makes what I have to do even harder. Please prepare yourself. Let's put an end to this. Ike: As you wish. Good-bye, Micaiah. Hidden category: Articles with incomplete sections. Wiki tools Wiki tools Special pages Page values. Page tools Page tools. Userpage tools. Hidden category Articles with incomplete sections. This page was last edited on 17 June , at Warning: This wiki contains spoilers.
Altina ancestor Lehran ancestor Misaha grandmother Sanaki younger sister. Radiant Dawn Awakening Heroes. When we were separated during the war, you changed, Sothe. Recruitment: Part 1 Prologue , automatically from the start. Inventory Skills Light Herb. Sacrifice Shove. Weapon Levels. Biorhythm Best. Recruitment: SpotPass , hire her for 19, G or defeat her in a skirmish. Recruitment: Champions of Yore 3 , automatically after clearing the chapter. Dark Knight. This unit can reclass to any female class available through reclassing.
Skills Thani Ardent Sacrifice Skills Dawn Suzu Dance Fireflood Dance 1. Fireflood Dance 2. Skills Light of Dawn Ardent Sacrifice Skills Joyful Vows Ardent Sacrifice Skills New Dawn Ardent Sacrifice Joint Dist. Micaiah Light Mage. Default bonds:.
Rogue Bonus: Usable by:. Type: Grab. Level 1 stats: Attack: Defense: Power: Level 99 stats: Attack: Defense: Power: Also note that that particular species of demon is an example of Magikarp Power to begin with, as leveling one up when your main character is around level 50 enables her to evolve into one of the best Night demons, Queen Mab.
Physical builds for the Demi-Fiend. Later in the game, some of the best skills run off physical stats, Pierce can bypass all but Repel, the HP cost is less of an issue with better healing spells in the party, and a certain combination of these is basically the only way to do more than tickle the True Final Boss.
Hallelujah in Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse starts out as the mechanically strangest party member; while everyone else has a clear role as healer, buffer, attacker, etc. After a plot event, he reveals that he's the dedicated offensive spellcaster and starts attacking with powerful magic. Persona 3 : Odin is pretty unremarkable at first well, by the standards of a level 63 persona , anyway If that doesn't kill the enemy outright, it's also guaranteed to put them in Shocked status, meaning any subsequent physical attacks against them will critical.
Daisoujou hardly seems worth the effort to fuse Junpei starts off as a decent tank, but quickly falls out of favor when nearly every boss uses his weakness element. Keep him leveled up, though, and he becomes a force to be reckoned with come endgame. In Persona 4 , Chie starts as a fairly basic attacker with access to weak Ice magic, but quickly falls behind compared to the rest of the party.
Plus there's the fact that if you get her Social Link to level 3, her Galactic Punt follow-up attack can oneshot any non-boss enemy. Including minibosses. The Golden gives her S. Link Dragon Hustle, a full party Heat Riser, when maxed. Persona 5 : The new "Sacrifice" fusion mechanic allows you to power up any low level Persona Guardian Entity to insane levels.
However, as they only get part of the experience and one randomly selected skill from the sacrificed Persona, it will take dozens or hundreds of sacrifices to get them there. Atsuro of Devil Survivor is primarily a physical attacker. Early on he is relatively useless due to magic being overwhelmingly more useful and powerful thanks to the magic stat governing MP, magic attack, and magic defense and being able to exploit elemental weaknesses. There are very few enemies with a weakness to Physical attacks.
That some of the more powerful late-game enemies have passives that reduce, drain, negate, or reflect physical attacks does not help matters. But Atsuro redeems himself at later levels too. If necessary, give Atsuro Phy Repel to ensure that he doesn't get hurt from rebounded attacks.
His high Vitality also means that he can make good use of powerful hp-dependent attacks such as Deathbound and Hassohappa. Devil Survivor 2 has two characters with this power: Daichi and Hinako. Daichi's parameters start out more balanced , which is a terrible build in this game, but with a slight favor towards Strength and Agility; Hinako has a similar build, but focuses more on Agility than he does.
Both are okay-to-mediocre party members to have at first, but there are two skills that can be cracked rather early on: Multi-Hit and Multi-Strike, a single and party-wide attack, respectively, that hits between 2 - 7 times and depends on the character's Agility parameter. Slapping this on one of them will instantly make their rather unorthodox build a much better option.
Unfortunately, most people will favor Hinako to Daichi, as she maxes her agility out much sooner and will hit harder. Shining Series : Shining Force : Domingo, a jellyfish spellcaster whom you got late in the game with 1 low level spell. He eventually was able to spam cast the strongest ice magic in the game. He also gains such absurdly high HP, MP, and defense that at higher levels he literally shrugs off any enemy attacks, making even the game's resident tank Guntz blush in envy.
And he can fly. And the fact that he has very high priority from the game's AI targeting system makes him break the game. Arthur starts off very weak and doesn't learn any spells despite having Mana for several levels. But once he reaches about level 20 unpromoted or level 12 promoted, his stats suddenly skyrocket and he'll learn the powerful Bolt spell.
He's one of the best units towards the end of the game. Adam from the first game is an extreme case. He has the potential to be an excellent offensive unit. Unfortunately he joins you very late in the game at a laughably low level Level 10 unpromoted and is very slow, making him extremely difficult to level up.
Narsha in the Game Boy Advance remake zig-zags this. While she starts of quite weak at level one, you first get to play with her at the end of the first chapter. When your characters aren't too far ahead , and she becomes quite useful due to her buffs. You get several more chances to level her and Zukia up, until they and Mawlock join the force, possibly close to the level of the rest of the Shining Force, and with enough time to use her.
However, it takes a bit of babying in Narsha's first chapter for her to not get knocked out by the monsters, who are a little above her level. In Shining Force III on the Saturn, Irene and particularly Cybel have awful HP, but persevering with them and allowing them to unlock their various specials allows them to become more effective in combat than even Dantares in the latter portions of the game. Fina from Skies of Arcadia is a very skilled magic user, but has atrocious physical attack power Thomas in Suikoden III starts his chapters as a very weak fighter with next to no skills and terrible equipment, and he requires extra training to bring said skills to high levels.
That said, if he's invested, he blossoms into a dynamo of a character in gameplay who's up there with characters like Geddoe's squad and the Zexen Knights in terms of the damage he can deal out. Summon Night : Swordcraft Story 1 has a master blacksmith "tricking" you into smithing a ladle for him to cook with. You can use it as a weapon, but it breaks very easily and does pitiful damage. However , if you forge another ladle with 50 of each material type available and use Mystic Ore on it, you get a Which still does low damage but has the highest durability in the game, meaning it's ideal for breaking other opponents' weapons without knocking them out; which instantly wins the duel for you and teaches you a new smithing recipe.
You will want to fight all weapon-bearing bosses with this, really. And to boot, if you dismantle it, you gain, instead of the common percentage of materials used initially, TWO Mystic Ores, a material that is often difficult to accumulate due to being grind-tedious to drop and luck-based to find the enemies which drop them. When used in battle this item does one of two things: If used by Princess Toadstool while wearing the B'tub Ring, it forms a heart and makes a pleasant ring.
If used by anyone else or Princess Toadstool without the B'tub Ring, it fails to produce the heart and makes a buzz sound indicating failure. If the Princess produces enough hearts, the egg transforms into the potent Lamb's Lure, an item which can instantly kill any one non-boss character in the battle by turning it into a sheep.
Use this enough times, and it becomes the Sheep Attack. It works like the Lamb's Lure, but affects all enemies in the battle. Unfortunately, you earn no XP or Coins from enemies defeated with either version. Mario's basic Jump attack. Most players will probably switch to Super Jump and never look back once Mario learns it, as it will almost certainly be the far superior choice if they are just playing through the game normally.
However, what those players probably don't know is that every 2 times you use Jump, its attack power permanently increases by 1, up to a maximum of meaning uses of Jump , eventually becoming the single most cost-effective move in the game as it costs a measly 3 FP to use. You can even get Jump up to max power in the very first area after the tutorial if you're willing to spend all that time grinding, since you can easily recover your FP for free by returning to Mario's house and sleeping whenever you run out, though be warned that this will make at least the first half of the game boringly easy as you'll just one-shot everything short of a boss and the bosses probably won't survive a second Jump.
This is the standard strategy for the Low-Level Run , since the spiked enemies in the first area are immune to Jump attacks unless Mario has a specific accessory equipped which he can't even get yet , allowing the player to grind without actually killing anything and gaining XP, then running from the battle when FP runs out.
Tales Series : Klarth from Tales of Phantasia starts off as The Load , being a summoner with nothing to summon, meaning he's reduced to just hitting enemies with a book. It doesn't take long for him to get his first summon, though, and by the time you get the first four summons he's a force to be reckoned with. Tales of Symphonia : Colette is initially weak, slow, and all around bad.
Her main problem is also that the AI doesn't play her that well either; usually not taking advantage of her pow-hammer techniques or stupidly trying to use her magic with long-casting times on enemies that'll interrupt her. The Devil's Arms are the weakest weapons in the game, at literally 0 attack power. However, once you defeat the Bonus Boss , their true power is unlocked, and their attack power will go up by 1 for each enemy their wielder has killed. It'll take a lot of grinding just to get one of them up to par with what would otherwise be that character's best weapon, but they'll just keep getting stronger after that.
Terra Battle : Jaguna is considered to be the worst character in the game, due to her terrible stat distribution and mediocre skills. For one, she has very low Attack and high Magic, whereas her only magic skill is a weak healing spell and the rest are physical. However, a later patch allows you to Recode her into Jaguna Lambda, with much better skills, and one of the highest total stats in the game. Interestingly, Jaguna Lambda herself is this.
Her stat growth is pretty low, until she reaches level 70, where her stat growth increases a lot. A majority of her stats are gained during level 70 to Bonna is valued for her ability to increase EXP gained, but being a Remedy-type character, her other skills are too situational to be useful. Bonna Lambda, on the other hand, is considered one of the best units in the game.
She gets a major boost in Attack and gets powerful Bow attacks which cover a lot of area, all of which can activate outside the pincer. Oh, and she retains her EXP increase ability along with her ailment skills, making her a very versatile unit who can still deal tons of damage. Gatz has the same fate as Bonna. His original form is used for his ability to increase item drop rate, but he's mostly a situational utility character with mediocre damage.
Gatz Lambda gained an array of powerful Sword attacks, along with the game-breaking Augment skills. And just like other Recoded units, he retained his old skills. The two possible starter characters, Bahl and Grace starts out as somewhat strong Sword and Bow units respectively, but tend to fall out in mid-game when you have better characters. However, their usefulness suddely increases when they learn some of their final skills.
Bahl gets the skill Physical Damage x 1. With good positioning, she can activate the buff many times in one turn, and deal obscene amount of damage. She's considered the third best physical fighter in terms of pure damage, only surpassed by S'naip and Ma'curi, who also learn the same skill. Proper usage of this skill allows her to reduce any Dragon type enemies' defense to one , basically making the next attack a one hit kill.
Now, consider that this skill works on Bonus Boss Bahamut and Leviathan This skill was so broken that later patches gave a cap to debuffs, reducing her usefulness. The Tiamat Sacrament : Xandra starts with no skills, but after learning all the skills the game's enemies have to offer, she can cure any ailment, fully revive party members, speed up Az'uar's inhalation, target any elemental weakness, and cast the most practical AOE spell in the game. Az'uar's breath ability is initially very cumbersome to use, since it requires Az'uar and Xandra to spend a turn inhaling a rune and casting Catch Breath respectively.
The starting breath skills all deal AOE damage and are inefficient for singular bosses. Once Az'uar evolves twice, he can use triple element rune combos, which have high enough damage multipliers to justify their cost. And this is before accounting for lategame skills and equipment that can make the process of inhaling runes faster and safer. Kelburn's strongest skills depend on Az'uar's currently inhaled runes, which means Kelburn's damage progression relies on the player grinding Az'uar's evolution and completing events to make Az'uar inhale more efficiently.
In Valkyrie Profile 's normal and easy modes, every character who joins you starts at an appropriate level for that point in the game. In hard mode, every character joins at level 1. Sound like a crippling disadvantage? Not when there are accessories that give extra skill points and maximum HP at each level up, you can equip both at once, and the difference they make over 30 levels or so is very significant.
Bosses that, in Easy or Normal, require the use of the Auto-Revive or Last Chance Hit Point skills to even survive, Hard mode characters will be able to straight up tank. The World Ends with You has Joshua, who's the only partner who can't block note This isn't as bad as it sounds - his sidestep is mechanically identical to the other partners' blocks - but he still learns it inconveniently late , only deals damage when his combo is complete unlike the other partners, who actually land blows with each branch in the combo and initially seems rather wimpy.
However, he eventually gets the ability to levitate, in which mode he's much, much better at damage-dealing including splash damage , hits with each button press and with enough hits on the same enemy before the finisher, hits every enemy for increased damage. Also, his most powerful special attack drops the moon on your foes and does at least 3 times as much damage as the strongest special attacks of the other 2 characters.
In World of Mana : Secret of Mana : The Sprite's offensive magic starts out fairly weak, but if you spend the time to level it up, it reaches Game-Breaker levels. That's forty-nine casts of full-party HP refill. Oh wait, you can also carry 4 Faerie Walnuts on you at any given time, so that's another casts of that spell.
The Sprite doesn't need faerie walnuts; it has MP-Drain which can totally drain most enemies when it is maxed out. In Legend of Mana , many basic techniques are of little utility and some can be actively harmful at times.
Spin can cause the main character to be disoriented, and Grapple often results in the character being squished by heavier enemies. These abilities must be used many times to unlock the powerful and devastating Special Techniques for each weapon.
Trials of Mana : Angela starts the game with no magic, and she's very squishy. However as she levels up and gains more spells she becomes a force to be reckoned with, especially through abuse of the spell time glitch. The remake takes it Up to Eleven : She can earn multiple stacking abilities that will greatly increase the hitting power of her spells, allowing her to one-shot entire mobs at higher levels.
She has other abilities that allow her to recover MP either with power attacks or simply by being in combat, or you can beat the Black Rabite for an ability that reduces her MP to 0. Three Words: Unlimited Ancient Curse. While getting her to that point takes some work, once you do Angela may be the single biggest Game-Breaker in the entire game. Chu-Chu from Xenogears. Give her enough drives and she becomes the most powerful gear in the game.
Of course, it takes a while to do it. Plus she's the only one who can heal gears in battle without burning fuel. In Xenoblade Chronicles X , the starting class, Drifter, has barely any skills of its own and can't use any notable weapons but it's the only class that has 5 passive skill slots. Since you can use a class' weapons in any other class once you master its most advanced form and what Arts you can use is determined by the type of weapon you're equipped with, you'll ultimately switch to Drifter permanently to make use of its 5 skill slots once you master every other class since at that point you have no limitations on what types of weapons you can use.
While Tora is never a Joke Character in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 , you're likely to replace him as soon as you have another decent tank. He can't use blades like the other characters, leaving him limited to Poppi , a good tank who's underwhelming compared to the variety of blades that the other characters can use for the majority of the game.
If you're willing to go out of your way near the end of the game to do an optional quest to unlock Poppi's final form and spend a good amount of time getting parts for Poppi by playing the ''Tiger! Just don't expect the game to give more than the most cursory overview of this potential. Among the Rare Blades, Dagas fits the bill as well.
Level up Dagas' second affinity chart, however, and you've got one of the best offensive Blades in the game helped out by Greataxe Blades having a great selection of arts in general. Fighting Games. There are a number of characters in BlazBlue that have to build up a unique personal resource over the course of the match in order to make themselves stronger, but the absolute king of this trope in the series would be Susanoo, from Central Fiction.
Susanoo starts each round with seven of his eight special moves locked and completely unusable , and the player must unlock them with his Drive attacks. Additionally, some of his specials can be powered up even further if you "unlock" them when they're already unlocked. The bow and arrow in Castle Crashers. Initially, the weapon fires arrows at an angle and at a very slow speed.
Increase your character's Agility stat, however, and the angle lessens until it fires straight ahead and arrow speed shoots up considerably. With a high enough Agility, you can even juggle enemies with the bow! As the name suggests, it's cursed; every time the player tries to swing it, it damages the Player Character.
However, if the sword is swung often enough, it becomes the most powerful weapon in the game, outmatched only by weapons that are specifically designed to kill certain types of enemies. There's also the other Cursed Sword, which randomly can't be swung and isn't very powerful. Pick it up 8 times with a cleric, and it becomes the Holy Avenger, the second most powerful weapon in the game. If you time it correctly, you can interrupt the "knock-back" animation and the damage!
Cursed Sword 2 is much easier; have the Cleric try to pick it up enough times. He first starts the match with his stand Whitesnake, which is rather versatile but underpowered. By speaking all 14 of Dio's secret words to Green Baby, his stand permanently transforms into C-Moon and gives him several new moves, including his GHA which allows him to further evolve his stand into Made in Heaven, which causes the enemy's speed to be to be lessened for the rest of the match.
Johnny also fits to a lesser extent, since he gains more moves the further Tusk evolves throughout the match. This describes Phoenix Wright 's Marvel vs. Capcom 3 appearance in a nutshell. He starts with poor mobility, weak normal attacks, and a lack of moves in general. Collect evidence and put him in Trial Mode, however, and he gains access to a variety of projectile attacks and much better moves.
And if you can get him in Turnabout Mode, he becomes one of the strongest characters in the game, doing immense damage with all of his attacks, having invincibility with some of his moves, and gaining access to one of the best level 3 Hyper Combos in the game - which is the single strongest attack in the game, no less. In other words, you start the match with a huge disadvantage and have to slowly gather evidence while playing keep-away until you can trigger a turnabout Sonic Battle : Emerl.
At the beginning of the game, he has a full set of moves copied from Sonic — but they're all "incomplete" and hugely nerfed. In each battle, he'll copy a random move from each participant, but he still needs Skill Points to equip them — and at the beginning of the game, you'll have very few, forcing you to make such decisions as "do I want Emerl to be able to walk or do I want to give him the second hit in his combo? Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has Spirits, which are a power-up which take the form of characters from various video games, both from Nintendo and other game companies.
Primary Spirits can be equipped to fighters and can be leveled to Level Some spirits can even transform into more powerful versions once they reach that level. First-Person Shooter. The first weapon obtained in BioShock is a wrench, the only melee weapon in the game, which does so little damage, even with the 4x multiplier of Electrobolt , it is at first only good as an Emergency Weapon.
Then the player obtains the tonics that boost its attack speed and damage, as well as its damage against unaware opponents which includes enemies stunned with Electrobolt or attacked by Insect Swarm , all of which stack with each other and the damage bonuses provided by the Research Camera and suddenly every single enemy in the game aside from Big Daddies and the final boss is dying in a handful of hits.
The Pistol starts off as a fairly weak weapon which is good against minor enemies but not against other ones. Most gamers ditch it for other weapons. But if you stick with it and upgrade it fully, or have the correct gear, it becomes a weapon that provides fast fire, solid performance at all ranges, carries up to 31 rounds when you get to Soldier's Field and is an excellent sidearm overall. The Machine Gun is effective early on, but it isn't as good against tougher enemies.
Fully upgrade it, and use the Bullet Boon or Ammo Advantage gear, and the Machine Gun will suddenly have a massive clip size, carrying even more bullets than the Crank Gun, is as effective as the Shotgun from close to medium range, can take out enemies with in a few shots, and will almost never run out of ammo because it's the most common weapon in the game. Krieg the Psycho from Borderlands 2 is extremely underpowered at low levels. His skill choices are either extremely narrow in application at low levels or just not useful enough to carry him through like the basic skills of the other characters Level him up high enough, though, and he can become a damage-dealing monster, able to slaughter entire hordes of enemies while healing himself or chaining enough damage to annihilate raid bosses in an ever-increasing rain of blood-explosions.
Call of Duty: Zombies has all the players start off with an M, a pistol which deals piddling damage which falls off hard only after a few rounds. However, if it is upgraded, you can dual-wield it and fire grenades that explode on contact, each gun having the same fire rate as a normal M Although it becomes hard to see from all the smoke just what you're shooting at on top of the fact you can still hurt yourself by firing too close.
Of all the weapons in Contra Doom , the Homing Missiles starts out being the weakest, which while the missiles home onto enemies, they otherwise act like the player's default weapon bullets in terms of damage and rate of fire. However, if you can find another Homing Missile pickup, you can fire two streams of homing missiles simultaneously, which makes the weapon more deadly. Couple that with both rate of fire upgrades and you have a monster on your hands.
If you can keep a hold of them, that is. The basic pistol from DOOM starts out fairly weak, with the charged shot and infinite ammo being the only things going for it. But if you purchase the upgrades and complete the Mastery challenge, it becomes strong enough to one-shot Possessed Soldiers and send Hell Razers into a staggered state with a single headshot. Evolve : The Monster starts out weaker than the four human Hunters, but gradually through hunting and consuming wildlife, gains more powerful attacks and health, eventually equalling them, and then growing more powerful than them.
This is downplayed somewhat by the fact the Monster is still a force to be reckoned with in stage one, and a skilled enough Monster player can end up brutalizing the Hunters without needing to level up. The Dispersion Pistol from Unreal starts off as a Ranged Emergency Weapon that is quickly outclassed by other weapons you find early on.
But if you keep finding upgrades for it , it goes from peashooter to Punch-Packing Pistol to Hand Cannon as the game goes, with the only drawback being that it fires uncharged shots slower and slower. Cid the Seer of Ziggurat has low initial stats, and his saving grace is a considerable boost to experience gains. He's very much Difficult, but Awesome.
In the first Dungeon Siege , the starting knife is required to get the chicken gun. In Dynasty Warriors : In the sixth game, the bow moveset shared by Sun Shangxiang and Yue Ying initially seemed dismaying — "They took two of the coolest women in the game and gave them a useless weapon! It's also a bit of a Game-Breaker in that you can snipe from a faraway enough distance that the computer AI generals don't realize they should block your attack. In Dynasty Warriors Online , it's actually part of the mechanics.
No weapon ever starts out at full power in the first place. You have to temper weapons so they have better stats. This trope comes in, however, in that tempering only has a limited effect on the stats based on the weapon. If you grind a weapon, you have to use it so many times, you can change the stat spread on a weapon.
On some weapons this is needless. On others, like the tonfa, this turns what is otherwise a horribly stated weapon into a competent one, with good combos as well. Speaking of Dynasty Warriors, Fire Emblem Warriors has special character-specific weapons that are pure garbage at first. Even the hero weapons rarely boast such power. Coupled with the fact that you'll usually be breaking levels over one hundred at this point, you can practically ignore the weapon triangle and just beat everything to death in seconds.
However, if you manage to do the right quests, you'll be able to unlock more combos for her to use, giving her more utility in battle. And that's just with the Sheikah Slate. When she awakens her sealing power, hoo boy Initially they start with low attack power usually 9 or 10 , but at max proficiency they gain a plus 54 attack increase, making them the most powerful weapons in the game, except for a select few 4-star weapons reserved for extremely badass characters.
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City of Heroes : Several of the archetypes have this feature. Some types of Controllers, for instance, are fairly hapless at low levels when soloing but on reaching high enough levels and with a selection of complementary powers become unstoppable engines of destruction that can outdamage the dedicated damage-dealers. Dominators are a very good example. Often considered underdogs, perceived as one of the two weakest archetypes in the game Hyde" mode without having to recharge it between uses.
A "permadom" Dominator is easily one of the strongest characters in the game. The supposedly lower-tier Agility heroes from Defense of the Ancients have this. Starting out, not only is their health and damage disappointing, unlike Intelligence heroes or higher-tier Agility heroes they don't have good spells for burst damage, making life difficult.
By avoiding the enemy's assassination attempts and building gold and levels, though, they eventually become One Man Armies who eat mooks and their former oppressors like so much popcorn. Digimon Masters Online: Oddly enough, one of the most popular Digimon in the entire Digimon franchise, Renamon, most definitely falls under this. It's even more prominent in that she gets the 'power' part of this trope upon digivolving to her final form.
In this game, Renamon's skills are incredibly lackluster compared to the skills of many other Rookie Digimon. They have long startup with low damage, which doesn't do justice to her original incarnation as being one of the most powerful Rookie Digimon to exist but, to be fair, her normal attacking capabilities are very good.
Evolve it into Kyuubimon, and her second skill's damage also isn't worth its cooldown and mana consumption. Evolve it into Taomon, and you'll quickly get turned off by the enormous startup of her second skill, which deals a little less damage than the typical second skills of Ultimate Digimon. Evolve it into Sakuyamon, and she gets even more pathetic! She sports one of the the longest startup and one of the weakest first skills in the game.
And then she has one of the weakest final skills of all the obtainable Mega Digimon, sporting the weakest final skill damage with an above-average length of cooldown. Endure all that however or find an alternative way to level her up , and you're rewarded with Kuzuhamon. Treated as a Burst Mode in this game and thus given the stats of a Burst Mode instead of a Side Mega, Kuzuhamon is considered the strongest non-Jogress Data Type Digimon in the entire game, capable of dishing out her first and second skills alternatively.
While her skills are just slightly better than the average Burst Mode skills in the game, what makes it appealing is the fact that her normal attack stats are hard hitting but slow, in which the 'slow' part could be completely eliminated by using a skill, in which she can quickly rinse and repeat a cycle of dealing lethal blows and throwing out a good skill. She deals an incredible amount of damage in that she can actually KO Digimon in the hardest levels of the Digimon Labyrinth before they get a chance to hit her back.
You get all of this by leveling your Renamon all the way up to 65, and leveling starting from level 41 is a very slow and painful process for all Digimon. In Granblue Fantasy , Rusted weapons have stats that make them completely useless. However, with a Bahamut horn they can be transformed into a Bahamut weapon, which offer powerful attack and HP buffs based on a character's race.
Guild Wars : Mesmers. At their peak in the hands of a skilled player, Mesmers are hell on earth for enemies, due to the fact that the class's showcase style is turning an enemy's power against himself and making enemies die in a matter of seconds for no immediately obvious reason. However, in any campaign, it takes time for mesmers to find all the specialized skills they need to perform at peak efficiency, and even more time to get over the huge learning curve of the class-early mesmers, and unskilled players, are mildly annoying at best, and have minimal impact on anything.
Necromancers would fall under this category as well. Initially, they seem like one of the weakest classes in the game, only able to deal weak hits and very slowly drain an enemy's health bar, while the Necromancer himself takes damage like a newborn baby. However, once you hunt down some of their more useful skills and start capturing elites, they become extremely versatile and devastating in both PvP and PvE.
In the sequel , Mesmers again fall victim to this trope. Initially they are very off-putting. Most of the other classes have unique and useful class-exclusive mechanics, while the mesmer's only real power is to create very weak clones of himself, in addition to being a Squishy Wizard.
Later on, with the proper skill setup and trait point distribution, they become absolute monsters capable of piling on damage in many different ways, often all at once , while creating mass confusion by pumping out identical copies of themselves capable of tanking and creating distractions, or exploding for massive damage. In Pirates of the Burning Sea , the Freetrader class is one of the weakest in the game at early to mid levels, having no decent specialised combat ships unlike the Naval Officer and Privateer classes.
But once you reach max level, you get access to the Couronne Mastercraft Galleon, which is arguably the strongest single ship in the game. It possesses equal or greater firepower than the best warships that Naval Officers can sail, and its armor is much thicker and tougher. It also has the bonus of eight bow and stern cannons, making it quite deadly when approached from any angle, whereas almost all other ships in the game have only two bow and stern cannons. The Terran Republic in PlanetSide 2 starts off with some of the worst weapons and vehicles - a carbine that cannot hit anything past 5 meters, a clumsy tank that loses every fight , anti-armor MAX grenade launchers that cannot kill anything , a weak LMG, etc.
However, Terran players can unlock some of the most powerful weapons in the game - said carbine can be replaced by a gun with laser-like accuracy, their SABR assault rifle can out-snipe snipers, those crappy MAX grenade launchers are replaced by dual rotary rocket launchers that can kill enemies from a mile away, etc.
Infantry beware a locked down Prowler loaded with high-explosive rounds. Likewise, leveling a specific build for a professor is painfully slow and probably requires a lot of leeching exp, but once they reach very high levels, they have very high survivability in PvP situations, especially for a mage class, and they also have a vast array of overpowered support skills for large scale PvP. The 'Super Novice' class, which is only accessible if you refrain from switching classes until level Even if they're a Glass Cannon , they become extremely powerful in the endgame.
Runescape has the Ivandis Flail And later Blisterwood Weapons , which is of the only weapon capable doing full damage to vampyres. It's basically a sickle on a chain attached to a stick, and starts out about as powerful as farming implement on a stick would be.
But, if you kill enough vampyres, take their corpses to a sacred site and cremate their bodies to release their souls , your skills with the flail magically improve and becomes an extremely powerful weapon But only when used against vampyres. Blisterwood weapons, released in a later quest, are affected by this too.
Only those start out powerful and become even more powerful. Spiral Knights : The Sealed Sword, which is a 3-star sword that can be purchased following several battles against the Royal Jelly boss. While it is capable of causing random status effects, it only deals normal damage and has the same attack speed and damage as the Kamarin and Grintovec, sans their abilities to stun and freeze enemies respectively, and a far less useful charge attack than the two of them.
If you can lug it around until it gets to level 5 preferably with an extra weapon slot so you don't sacrifice carrying one of your actually useful special damage swords it can be upgraded into the elemental-dealing Avenger and the shadow-dealing Faust, which can in turn respectively be upgraded into the Divine Avenger and Gran Faust, both of which are incredibly common among 5-star players for a reason.
In comparison its handgun counterpart the Antigua, which can be upgraded into the Silversix and Argent Peacemaker or the Blackhawk and Sentenza, is a bit more useful because it deals piercing damage and it can fire off six shots before reloading. The Brandish is a 2-star sword that's basically a reskin of the Calibur with a unique charge attack. It can be upgraded into three elemental variations of it that can set fire to, freeze, or shock enemies, the Nightblade which is one of the only two shadow-dealing swords in the game the other being the Faust , or the Cautery Sword, which is borderline useless due to Crippling Overspecialization ; it's intended for destroying slimes, which shadow weapons already can do with ease.
World of Tanks : When first purchased, many tanks have weak engines and even weaker guns, forcing them to crawl across the battlefield to attack enemies they have little hope of damaging. Hanging in there and getting the experience required to unlock some upgrades, however, can make them into powerhouses. Incredibly slow and initially sporting a barely adequate 76mm gun, it could upgrade to some of the most powerful weapons available in its tier, including the mm which can one-shot many smaller tanks and a mm gun capable of penetrating heavy tanks two or three tiers up for significant damage.
The stock configuration results in a slow tank with unreliable armor usually using an outdated howitzer, and it stays this way until the user grinds out every single upgrade. The top configuration that requires over thousand experience?
Medium-like mobility, armed with an extremely painful mm cannon , and one of the most whined about tanks in the game. Also a benefactor of this trope is the Tier-4 JagdPanzer 38 t "Hetzer" tank destroyer prior to the introduction of the Waffentrager TD line in Patch 0. A light tank will only unlock the second out of the 4 compatible engines. Still, once fully upgraded and in the hands of a skilled player, the Hetzer becomes absolutely murderous on the battlefield, giving positive light to the infamous " Hetzers gonna Hetz " meme.
The Ecaflip from Wakfu are built on this. In the earlier levels, they are lackluster, mid-range close-range fighters with a useless teleport, some very limited healing ability and chance-based attacks that do more harm than good. As they level up, however, they quickly turn into Glass Cannons who can heal if the party lacks an Enripsa, whose chance-based skills become a lot more useful.
World of Warcraft : The Paladin class. Leveling up a Paladin was absurdly boring. A Retribution Paladin the damage spec didn't even get a damage strike until level 40, meaning that they basically threw up a seal and auto-attacked for 40 levels, tossing in a Judgement every 10 seconds it was so bad that a lot of Paladins leveled in their tank spec, because your damage was hardly any different, but you had extra health and armor, as well as multi-hit abilities.
But at level 80 in Wrath , Retribution was basically non-existent till then , they were one of the strongest DPS specs in the game, if not the strongest. They got toned down a bit, but thankfully in Cataclysm , leveling was reworked so they get Crusader Strike from level 1 baseline and at level 10, either Holy Shock, Avenger's Shield, or Templar's Verdict depending on spec any of those make leveling much easier than it used to be.
Shadow Priests and Shaman. Even with the class changes that get them the fun abilities earlier, they both start out slowly and tediously, only to turn into one of the highest DPS in the endgame if played well. If you invested primarily in Mastery , you could get 2 charges every other time you spent 4 Chi; the ability held a maximum of 20 charges and you could use 10 charges at once, so you could pop it as soon as you has 10 stacks or wait until you had 20 so you could activate both halves in succession.
The results were quite bloody. Affliction Warlocks are entirely reliant on their Damage Over Time effects, so starting out they're mostly reliant on slowly letting their spells waste away at the enemy while their minion keeps aggro. At max level, with a multitude of DoTs and talents that affect how they interact, how they tick damage, or giving them new spells, an Affliction Warlock's enemies will only stay alive as long as it takes them to pile all on their spells before dying, and in high end group content Affliction has infamously ranked as the highest output caster DPS for almost every expansion.
The Elekk Plushie in Warlords of Draenor is a nearly-useless battle pet, due to all of its "abilities" being cosmetic in nature. While it can gain XP and reach the same max level as other pets, its only apparent use is soaking attacks. However, if the player defeats every battle pet master with the Plushie on their team, they receive a special achievement and the plushie comes to life as a real elekk. Needless to say, this is no easy task as some of the masters are difficult to beat with all three pets, let alone only two that are usable.
Miscellaneous Strategy. Total War Franchise: Rome: Total War : Parthia starts out with some of the most financially poor starting cities in the game which are separated by huge tracts of empty wilderness, making troop waypointing tedious and leading to high corruption. They are a Fragile Speedster faction with pitiful infantry in a game where infantry is the backbone of any serious army and their best units, their horse archers , require serious practice and micromanagement to use effectively but even then are terrible at capturing cities.
However, when powered up enough, they can become the ancient equivalent of the Timurids. The Greeks start out with scattered territories and enemies all around them. In fact, it's not uncommon for them to be one of the first major factions to be eliminated. However, if they survive, they get some of the best Mighty Glacier infantry and most profitable provinces in the game. The Seleucids have good units including overpowered phalanx units in several varieties but start with numerous enemies on all sides.
If they survive until the late game, they get Silver-Shield Legionnaires, who are every bit as good as Rome's. Early game, laughable militia and light infantry. Late game, tied with Spain as the best overall army list. The Scotland faction usually just gets steam-rolled by England in the first few stages of the game. However, if you hang in there, you end up getting Highland Nobles, Noble Swordsman and Noble Pikemen respectively: very good and cheap heavy infantry, Dismounted Chivalric Knights but cheaper and on steroids, and the second-best pikemen in the whole game , access to Knights Templar and Hospitaller guilds, access to gunpowder and crossbow mercenaries, and the cheap and fairly-decent Noble Highland Archers unit.
Russia starts out with a few poor provinces at the very top corner of the map, and their starting roster isn't particularly impressive either. The Early Game Hell gives way to Mid Game Hell when the Mongols show up, but by then hopefully you will have fortified your defenses and your armies will be much better - you will have top-notch cavalry along with heavy troops like the Boyar's Sons and the Druzhina. When you fully upgrade the walled cities, you get the powerful Cossack Musketeers which are on par with Italian musket troops, and you get them automatically.
They can eventually become the fabled kingdom of Arnor, which has some of the very best units in the game. Well, by human standards anyway. Russia in Empire: Total War. Yes, 9 provinces sounds good, but most of them can't pay for their own upkeep, and you mostly just have crappy militia that can only win through Zerg Rush tactics.
Get hold of a sea port, build up some infrastructure, encourage growth in your poor provinces, and research some technologies, and Russia becomes a very different beast. They start with a matchlock unit, but it isn't very good and costs a ton of upkeep. They share an island with the extremely aggressive and expansionist Shimazu. They start at war with two factions, who also happen to be allied to each other.
However, if you overcome all these downsides, you'll find yourself swimming in money thanks to foreign trade ports , armies bristling with matchlocks which are short-range, but MUCH more powerful than bows and nigh-unstoppable fleets thanks to European-style ships armed with cannon.
They do, however, have very powerful warrior monks, including matchlock monks, as well as the ability to take over provinces via rebellion! Their main problem is, however, the simple fact that monks take quite a while to acquire, moreso if you want to upgrade your blacksmiths and fletchers beforehand. The Uesugi clan also specializes in warrior monks, but must survive the Early Game Hell of their terrible starting position. If they can overcome that than they have the potential to become a terrifying powerhouse in the late game.
Fielding tons of warrior monks who'll get boosted stats from blacksmiths or fletchers, and also be cheaper to recruit and maintain. All while making tons of money thanks to their extra trade income. Total War: Warhammer II : Alarielle suffers from the same problem in both the Vortex and Mortal Empires campaigns: she starts in control of only a single settlement with a Dark Elf faction right on her doorstep and poised to grab the Sword of Khaine if they feel like it , her economy can barely support the High Elves' notoriously expensive units, and the facilities to use her unique perks are witheringly expensive.
Additionally, her unique mechanic means she starts of with penalties to public order and diplomatic relations, and her already-shaky economy takes a further hit. Manage to beat back the hordes and establish a foothold before her allies turn on her, though, and she can make great use of having one of two hybrid armies in the game while that same mechanic turns around into a massive buff that easily allows her to ally with every other High Elf faction.
Tomb Kings in general can be this compared to usual mechanics. They have strict limit to every unit type except Cannon Fodder basic skeletons which increases by unit production building itself, and you have very poor income from your cities. Even your armies in general are limited strictly, so you could not simply conquer more land to get more resources from more cities. But on tier they have constructs which are so powerful that can be considered Game-Breaker. The key to strategy is ravage enemy territory instead of expansion to quickly construct expensive buildings in your starting city instead of investments into newly obtained.
The Ordertide is a player name for a phenomenon where the non-Chaos factions Empire, Bretonnia, elves, dwarves Platform Games. Mega Man Mega Man X himself. At the start of each game, his abilities are mediocre at best, but collecting Powered Armor and Heart Tanks turns him into a One-Man Army.
For Zero in the Mega Man Zero series, his weapons from the first two games. Frequent use of said weapons increase their abilities the Z-saber, for instance, unlocks skills and even enables a Charged Attack with each subsequent level. There's also the Platforming Pocket Pal from the fourth game: it has 21 different abilities that can only be unlocked by feeding it E-crystals, the Reploids' and Energy Beings ' equivalent to a power food.
In the fangame Mega Man Unlimited , you can play as the final boss Prototype Zero after beating the game. He starts out incredibly weak, with a short-ranged attack that is Cast from Hit Points and not a lot of health. Thing is, instead of Power Copying , he gets upgrades each time he beats a stage. This includes a far more damaging sword attack that cancels projectiles, increased range on all his attacks, godlike air mobility including a double-jump, a flying uppercut, an airdash, a ground-pound, and a Rush-style hoverboard , a big speed boost, an attack that generates seeking projectiles that damage enemies, pick up items, and can move in any direction every time he dashes, and the ability to deflect shots just by standing still.
And remember: unlike Mega Man, he gets all these abilities at the same time. By the Wily Castle stages, he's turned the game's notoriously steep difficulty curve into a pretzel. It surrounds you with shield that negates all damage and slightly damages enemies that touch it, but it has kinda low ammunition that cannot be found in crates and does not stay on that long. Upgrade it - which is very hard to do - and it becomes Tesla Barrier, that shocks nearby enemies with surprisingly powerful shocks, takes much more punishment, and gets more ammo.
Plasma Coil from the same game is basically a plasmatic rocket-launcher that damages a single enemy and zaps everyone nearby. Cool, but not as powerful as you would expect from a weapon that costs bolts more than Bouncer that is available two planets prior. Upgrade it and it becomes Plasma Storm that shoots a ball of plasma that shocks all enemies it travels by, possibly multiple times, and can clean a room by itself. It is your starting weapon and upgrade makes nice mushroom cloud, but that's it, and will probably fall by the wayside for the rest of the game.
O II , but its ammunition goes from 8 to 20 and 30 for Ultra version , while the damage becomes on par with said weapons and is ramped further when upgraded to Ultra. V1: blocks a few projectiles before it shorts out, and serves no secondary purpose. In a word: useless. V2: blocks more damage, and sucks the very lifeforce from your enemies to heal you. In a word: awesome.
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Rolf finally gets a good chance to use his newest toy. It suits him rather well! He chooses this moment to advance to C-Rank in bows. Soren gets this amazing level from killing a Cat, and Zihark breaks out the Laguzslayer to finish a Tiger. End of turn 4. Only two more treasures to go That injured Raven from way back when finally transforms And trades one of the Tigers for a Vulnerary, which he uses. Marcia is set upon by another cat And Lethe by a tiger.
I actually worry somewhat about Lethe; she's running out of TP She's still good for now, though. This Raven was fighting Jill, but decided to run away. Ilyana puts paid to that. This is pretty OK, I guess! This Hawk over here isn't in our way, but it'd be quite convenient for him to die this turn. Specifically, the spot form which Volke kills him This unique and extremely amazing item will permanently increase one unit's Move by 2.
I'm probably going to sit on this for ages before finally remembering to have a vote on who gets it. Most people give it to Ike. It's a sound plan. Not even the beasts are safe! It's two stats, but they're impeccably placed, so I'm good with this. End of turn Every enemy is now transformed, but this Raven is still running away and healing.
Lethe takes a hit and gives one, but now she's out of TP. Marcia takes a quite nasty hit from one of the Boss's buddies, but she uses the Laguz Lance to return the favour. Man , Volke's seeing a lot of combat today. I don't like this one bit. Lethe will just have to hold out until the end of the mission.
She's got her Vulnerary; it should do. Soren disposes of the boss's remaining friend. Rolf clears up another And Marcia stands between the Cat to the west and Soren. Meanwhile, Nephenee pokes a Cat, and Volke just stays put. End of turn 6. What a productive use of a turn. Cat attacks Nephenee. Big mistake. Our first legitimate, non-redundant Wrath Crit, ladies and gents.
Alright, Nephenee. You can do that, right? Oh boy. Let's end this. Mordecai and Stefan have been trying to dig this damn thing up for the last three turns and failed. Fortunately, I planned for that, and had Sothe make his way over, and he grabs it instead. White Gems are, of course, the next tier up from Blue, and sell for a wonderful 10, Gold each.
Now, that boss Hoo boy. Muarim is a bit powerful, even with the Demi Band. He's very strong, very fast, and quite tough. Recommend extreme caution and maximum firepower. To wit: Please! Why are young cubs like you on the battlefield? Rolf's Laguz Bow. Soren's GreatBallsOf Fire tome. And Marcia's Laguz Lance. By the way, Marcia would've been killed if this had missed.
Just sayin'. And that's that. Muarim, incidentally, has quite a few dialogue options. Ike: If what you say is true If you really aren't bandits, then stop fighting! If this is some kind of mistake, we can talk it over. I won't fall for that trick. That's how your kind always deceives and traps us. Here I come! Lethe: Listen to me, brother. Come to your senses and stop this! Heed my words! Do not throw away your laguz pride and run with humans like-- What did you say? You are one to speak of pride!
You who associate with a band of common thieves! This is a waste of time. Come, I will show you the truth of my words. Mordecai: Move away, brother tiger. I have no wish to fight one of my own. I do not wish to harm you, either. Let's stop fighting and talk. It seems you've already been tamed. How unfortunate Now you die!
C-calm down Oh, my heart's Gotta aim for a vital spot! You there! I don't fight children! And Mist: What? No, not another child Your sword hand, it's trembling! Don't do this! I will not be the only one who runs away! I'll resist you no further. Take me with you or execute me here I care not. But my companions Would you let them go? I won't allow it! Stay back, little one! You were not supposed to expose-- If you want Muarim, you'll have to kill me first!
You're-- Yes, he is a beorc child. I claimed him when he was little more than an infant. He has nothing to do with us You're a big jerk, Muarim! Trying to cover for everyone and get yourself killed? Little one I don't care who the real leader is. Do I have that right? Because if I do, I have absolutely no idea what any of you are talking about.
Would someone please tell me what is going on here? So there's a portion of society that willingly breaks the law? The commoners obey, but there are still many laguz slaves in the homes of nobles. Muarim and I brought this to the attention of the senators, but they would not listen. That's why we gathered other fighters. We break into the homes where slaves are kept and help them escape.
Of course, the nobles can't let this be known publicly, so they brand us thieves and turn us into wanted outlaws. I think I understand your motives, but you're not going to solve the basic problem this way. We know that. But we can't give up and leave them in chains. We can't and won't! This sort of beorc behavior is something that's been bothering me.
I think there may be something that I can do If I had known we were coming this far, I would have left a message This is what I wanted to show you. Look below you, Reyson. What do you see? How is this possible? What happened here?! Is this what you're trying to tell me?! This colorless vista, these cracked and withered branches, these lifeless trees This is my forest?
The Ancient Tongue is actually just a stylized font, so you can work out what's being said when someone uses it. Or just look it up. What Reyson actually said was "Sacred trees! Seed, root, and trunk! Awake from your slumber and heed my cry! Answer the call of the green, mighty ones!
I'll be posting translated lines inline with the rest of the dialogue from here on out - I'll indicate when a line was spoken in Ancient-ese. Here: [Sacred trees! The ancient tongue. It's been many years since I heard it last. You can still speak it. The voice of the forest is still. How did this It's been like this since your clan's been gone. The area near the entrance is especially bad. They used fire Most of the trees are dead.
Cursed humans What did this forest do? What did my clan do Humans hold all laguz in contempt. And in the same way, they hold all of nature in contempt as well. They think everything exists for their pleasure and betterment They are beneath contempt. I called you a groveling toady to humans and labeled you traitor. I was overly harsh. I apologize. Not to worry.
I engage in occasional commerce with humans That much is true. A more pressing issue is the growing darkness. You can return to Phoenicis tomorrow, can you not? I'm certain that some noble has a villa in this area. At this time of year, it is almost certain to be empty.
I suggest we borrow it for the evening. You would sleep in a human building? Think about it Bird folk like you and I have no night vision whatsoever. If we were discovered by humans, they would surely overwhelm and capture us, right? I see your point. For everything you've done. I appreciate it. Don't be ridiculous. We're old friends, are we not?
Right you are! Old friend. Just make sure that mountain of suet stays hidden. If Reyson catches so much as a glimpse of his bulk, he will take wing. Now, time to put on the finishing touches. This, too, I do to raise up Kilvas. Reyson, please don't judge me too harshly. We also managed to keep some of the enemy alive. For the most part, though, the combat EXP we got from them was worth the while, even if some of the levels weren't - a good few units are a hair away from a potentially good level, so it's not all a disaster.
He's got amazing bases and solid growths in Strength, Skill, and Speed, and even pretty respectable defences. Build 1 Answer How do I get Naesala in chapter 19 to retreat? Build 2 Answers Is it better to level up using the "random" or the "fixed" method?
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