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Kelsper
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Oct 22 2010, 04:06 PM #16

BwdYeti wrote:We don't have all the skill icons up (or made) either, and they get weapons from skills \o_O/
Okay then.
BwdYeti wrote:No class gets three weapons other than those two mentioned, and they have to use skills to do it. It's just incredibly boring and adds nothing to balance for one unit to do everything.
I agree - plus it would mean Paladins would gain two weapon skills on promotion from Squire or Social Knight.
BwdYeti wrote:'Steel Fist'
Cool, learn something new everyday.
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Feaw
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Oct 22 2010, 06:26 PM #17

Lol Dutch Stahlfaust "Stalen Vuist" whohoho.
This is the only time I'd say German > Dutch.
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Kelsper
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Oct 23 2010, 01:16 PM #18

Another thing I found rather strange is that for some classes the weapon they use is capitalized, while with others it's not. Like Journeyman/Fighter/Warrior.

Journeyman
A simple man with a simple skill - hitting things with Axes.

Fighter
Men of staggering might whose lives are dedicated to their axes.

Warrior
Criminals and soldiers, vigilantes and farmers, all equally fearsome behind Axe and Bow.

You know what I mean? It's the same for the Phalanx with Armor.

Another thing is that when the class name is in the description, it is also capitalized, though this is probably intended.

Sorry for nitpicking at insignificant things I think are typos.
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Morzan
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Nov 7 2010, 05:38 PM #19

now what is the difference between druid and sage?
If i could be a unit in this game i'd be a

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Nov 7 2010, 06:05 PM #20

Morzan @ Nov 8 2010, 03:38 AM wrote: now what is the difference between druid and sage?
Druid is a 'magus,' or heavy mage. He has lower movement, higher con, better stats and is freaking awesome.
Sage is an 'adept,' or light mage. He can use every magic type, plus staves, and does it stylishly.
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Nov 7 2010, 08:24 PM #21

I thought sage only used anima, but yeah I noticed the description

"In the search for his true passion, the Sage has become enraptured by magic in all of its forms"
If i could be a unit in this game i'd be a

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Nov 7 2010, 10:21 PM #22

They possess a special skill which allows them to use every type of magic (including light and dark), but can only reach a B rank in those types (with the exception of the three anima elements, which one of them can go to S, and the other two to A).

Heroes also possess this skill, except for weapons (Max of B for Lances, Axes and Bows, S for Swords, however, Yeti and Myke aren't too sure about this, so it may not be definitive).
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Nov 8 2010, 01:03 AM #23

Yeah, since certain heroes are ownage with an axe, not a sword.
'Physics is imagination in a straight jacket.' ~John Moffat
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Dec 18 2010, 06:29 PM #24

Is the Drifter the T0 unit for mymidons?
'Physics is imagination in a straight jacket.' ~John Moffat
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Dec 18 2010, 07:03 PM #25

yesno

They are as much as the Recruit is for Lieutenant. Which in regard to FE7x is 'not really'
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