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Well that is more interesting than the fan fic unity path the original trailer kind of implied. Unfortunately, I haven't gotten around to finishing the last two Nintendo Warriors games, so I'll probably skip this one.
Also, so Fodlan has like 7 branching timelines now?
That makes a lot of sense.The weird placement of some of the classes in Advanced/Master tiers is likely a result of the class tiers being shuffled around in development. There's a dummied "combined seal" item that suggests that the 'hybrid' classes used to be in their own special tier. I suspect that swordmaster, fortress knight, paladin, and the like were the original "capstone" classes, with mortal savant and dark knight and the like acting as sidegrades.
You're right. And the game gives you enough units to compensate, and isn't that hard (at least on Hard mode). Still, I find the requirements a little difficult to manage.That's probably again a result of them shuffling things around mid development. Pegasus Knight is stored in the same place as other advanced classes internally, for example.
You didn't really screw up Ingrid; she can stay a Pegasus Knight until she's ready to move to Falcon Knight. You could also cross train her in Riding or Axes and detour into Paladin or Wyvern Rider until Falcon Knight is available. The minimum strength for the latter might help shore up her iffy strength, too, depending on how she's been growing for you.
Completely agree. Like I said before, new game plus helps speed subsequent play through a little bit because you can purchase support levels. I haven’t been skipping the quests, but now that I think about it, maybe I can skip those too! I don’t think I need any renown anymore.The gameplay loop with the monastery coupled with the fact that the first half of the game is functionally identical between houses does make the game a real slog to replay compared to other FE games. I'm hoping future games do not revisit this gameplay style. It was fun the first playthrough but it started wearing out its welcome even before the end of my first route.