Adol's only 1/3 in drowning and Dogi is 2/3 in wall-breaking
FF13-2... I'm less concerned by time travel than usual because the gaping, gigantic, massive unresolved plot thread the characters inexplicably ignored in FF13 was WTF happened to Pulse, so maybe we can do something Xenosaga 3 Disc 1ish here. That said we seem to be looking the wrong way - I don't care about the future, I care about the past. You better hook me up with some resolution, Serah, I'm counting on you.
Rob - I'm playing on the hope that the remaining set of Square-Enix writers who know their craft were let out of their prison cells to do at least some of the script of FF13-2 before being herded back in and forced to perform circus tricks for their rations.
Painted World explored. Woman with tail and scythe told me everyone there was friendly. My experience with the fire breathing toxic bastards disagrees. Still, she is sorta cute, so I spare her.
I don't care for her any more than I do anyone in that game except Sazh, but the fact remains it's presented as a major motivation. At times "omg lightning needs help somehow we must save her" is your only goal, vaguely defined as it is. Telling people they need to buy DLC to resolve the ostensible main character's motivation for doing things just boggles my mind.
Figured out what to do with the Lordvessal. Killed a Zombie Dragon (in melee, bitches). Decided to head to New Londo because I wasn't sure what else to do at the moment (didn't want to try surprise doors in Anor Londo or Demon Ruins). Accidentally discovered the Four Kings (didn't think I'd be thrown straight into a fight with them). That is prolly 40K souls I won't see again.Suffering from the problem of needing Haval's Ring for my equip load, but having the Ring of Favor and Protection equipped. Looks like I'll need different armor for the 4 Kings fight.
Quote from: Rob the Stampede on July 30, 2012, 03:29:48 AMI don't care for her any more than I do anyone in that game except Sazh, but the fact remains it's presented as a major motivation. At times "omg lightning needs help somehow we must save her" is your only goal, vaguely defined as it is. Telling people they need to buy DLC to resolve the ostensible main character's motivation for doing things just boggles my mind.This is also discounting the two novels, which you'll have to buy if you want to find out how did Lightning end up working for Fal'cie=Etro in the first place, or how Snow became a L'cie again. Or many other stuff here and there.
I SUPPOSE Snow's DLC tells us exactly what happens to him, but given the massive tongue-in-cheek nature of the DLC (Sazh's, despite being pure mini-game, is overall serious in tone), I wouldn't be surprised if they just say its Non-Canon or something.
FF8 - Dramatic organ music played. NORG appeared. Garden turned into a flying ship. A platform raised like 100 feet in the air from the basement to the 3rd floor. The truth is, I don't really know what's going on anymore.