Rainbow Rocket Grunt
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Welcome back to my nightmareOnce more into the breach.
(Thanks for the questions though!)
Probably Forsyth or Bastian. Forsyth would probably be added with Python first of all, but he's just so charming and great and probably my fave echoes unit. Bastian because he's a hammy ******* that's a pretty damn good spellcaster to boot, memorable design too.Out of all the characters that aren't in Fire Emblem Heroes yet, who would you want added the most?
I would literally be fine with any variant for Joshua. Ideally Valentines Joshua becauseIf you could design a seasonal variant for a character already in FEH, what would it be and why?
GOD Lif and Thrasir are so cool I can't wait 'til book 3 is over because I would kill a man for either of those two. If I had to choose one of the two... I don't think I could?Which FEH NPC do you want as a playable character the most?
5th Edition. Basic, easy to understand and get into, mechanics are malleable if you think outside the box a bit, perfect for what kind of DM I am. The only other version I've played is Pathfinder and I definitely don't like it as much.What's your favourite edition of DnD?
When in a universe that has magic, what reason is there to not use magic? God I love spells.Warrior or Caster?
Easily the latter. Playing a character that's just got good bonuses isn't fun to me. Playing a character with a unique, memorable personality and style leaves so much more of an impact on me and the other players, seeing how they interact with NPCs and plot points is a much better experience when you can't always predict what they're going to do.Would you rather have a player who makes an efficient but dull/cliche character, or a player that makes a unique concept that isn't optimized all that well?
I've definitely heard of it, but I don't really know anything about it, sorry.Have you ever played or heard of the Savage Worlds system?
Depends on the type of campaign. If its a serious campaign I like a juicy story with some stylish combat mixed in, but if its a kinda dumb campaign then combat is a good testing ground for trying new characters and spells and whatnot for the serious stuff. Not that I ever get to do this because I'm the DM friend and never get to play.Would you rather have a campaign that's intrigue-heavy or combat-heavy?
Thank you kindly for the questions Griddle!