SPOILER: This question involves major plot points of the game.
Now that I know Aeris dies I don't want to give her any equipment or materia because I'm afraid of losing it ... except at this point in the game I'm forced to have her in my party and without equipment/materia she brings my party down.
So I wonder:
Is it possible in Final Fantasy 7 to lose equipment by giving it to a character who leaves/dies? If you can answer for Aeris only it's still much appreciated.
I am going to need a utility/healer when Aeris dies. Who do you suggest I use? I've pretty much run a party of Cloud/Barret/Aeries most of the game because it works well for my play style and I faceroll everything that isn't a boss. I don't even want to get to the point where she dies, I like her far too much as a character. I know some characters are more geared for healing than others, but who is the best?
Among other loot, I'm occasionally awarded with Badges. There seems to be many different badges, each corresponding to a particular character class. They all sport the same item description; Gives the user a higher Rank and changes his or her appearance to a Veteran. I put Veteran in italics because in the game's item description the word is colored yellow, showing it's of some importance. What does higher Rank mean? What does Veteran mean? What do these items do? They clearly make my characters appear different, but do they have any other signifigance?
After beating the main game, I have unlocked School mode. The purpose of School mode is to... build backups for Monokuma. When I collect materials or clean the school, I lose health. Through resting, I recover health. Once my health reaches 0, I can't act for 3 days, so I obviously can't afford to not pay attention to my health; however, does my health affect my collecting or cleaning efficiency? So in other words; is there a reason for me to rest, even if I'm still healthy?
Possible Duplicate: In Final Fantasy VII is there any way to save Aeris? I just finished Disc 1 of Final Fantasy VII where Sephiroth killed Aeris. Is Aeris permanently out of your party? The reason I ask is that I found Aeris has a level 4 limit break called Great Gospel.
that was created is now stopping. However, earlier in the game, the player is asked to choose between a Cage or a Bird; This helps the main player, aka Booker, understand that the Elizabeth later on, during the ending of the game, is not the Elizabeth he talked to in the first place, like here; My question is; If it's not the real Elizabeth who is talking and then drowning Booker, then who is? It's can't just be random copies of her. And also, where is the real Elizabeth now? The very first one?
Possible Duplicate: Do I ever get xp for my party member's kills? One of the significant new differences for Diablo III is that there is no "party" system, and within a game all players are assumed to be in the same party. One of the benefits being that if you are helping another player in a game, by fighting side by side, then you will get experience for doing so. Players... the teaming masses of Hell. So if, like me, you enjoy playing a ranged class and staying out of the fray, roughly how far can you be away before you stop getting shared experience? Is the radius
In Portal, we are promised cake and a party at the end of our tests. However; we soon discover that the cake is a lie. Then, at the final scene; there really is a cake (and my companion cube is waiting for me). What's the meaning of this? Was GLADOS not deceiving me? Her comments seem to suggest that; ...she had the intention of killing me. Was the cake for us (player) and not for the character in the game?
Momodora II is a 2D-platformer metroidvania-style game. According to TIGSource, it was inspired by Cave Story. And I'm having trouble with the last boss fight. Warning, spoilers ahead! I'm now at the final room (at least I think it is the final one, it is the one with red stairs and a red chair) and I meet the boss woman (the one with little horns). I can defeat her shadow form, but I don't know how to defeat her second form. All my attacks don't seem to cause any damage to her. Any hints on how to defeat this boss?
Please be careful not to spoil anything, i'm coming into this game untainted. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this game had an interesting combat mechanic You can kill a character permanently for one battle of power. At first, I was intending to do a good guy/pacifist run, as is my norm. NOPE. It's battle number 4 or 5 (Mission is to kill Edward at the guillotine) and I am getting roflstomped. All but my tanky character get one-shot, and he gets 2 shot by the "realmreavers"... who also have 3x as much life as me. Even the level before that was costing me lots of potions