We Will Rock You

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It’s the final push to take the capital.  Standard-issue lying about what our heroes will do if they win here.

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Hob Van Dam doesn’t have time for that.

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We’ve reached Heim.

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Some shit goes down and Barbas gets his heat back.  Looking back at this later they actually very subtly set this double-cross up.  Barbas, Martym, and Andoras capture Tartaros, Balxephon, and Volaq.

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Martym is this jerk.  The purpose of their double-cross is to get the Xenobian sword.

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When it comes down to it, Lodis is a huge superpower and the only chance Valeria would have to stand against it would be a completely unified country ready for them.  After this scene the three of them break free and take off.

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Oh, and the renegade DKs leave the Bakram hanging too.  They just wanted the sword.

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This is a big one, folks.  Dark Bishop is one of those “boss-only” classes.

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As if that’s gonna work at this point.

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Yeah, answer that!

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Yeah yeah.

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That’s what happened, too.  Brantyn dies here.

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Well, the country is unified, but it’s not over yet.

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The Hanging Gardens is the final dungeon.  We’re almost at the end!

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One Response to We Will Rock You

  1. JD Ricardi says:

    Dark Bishop would be an awesome advanced class. Something that requires several other classes to be built-up to unlock. It sounds like an ultimate caster type class. It’d go well with Dark Knight as the omni-physical class. That said, I’m not really a fan of having “ultimate classes”. FF3 (NES) lacked variety towards the end when you didn’t have much choice but to go with Ninjas and Sages.

    “When you lack a silver spoon, you fashion one of steel” is quite a line.

    I remember the Hanging Gardens very well. Oddly enough, I remember the SNES version, which I played in 2003 or so, better than I remember the PSP version from last year.

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