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by OrionJZed
on January 8th 2022, 10:59 pm
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Topic: Pokémon Fanficles: Kanto Blues - A Fanfiction by the Author
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Pokémon Fanficles: Kanto Blues - A Fanfiction by the Author

Episode 2: I Can’t Believe it’s Not Santalune
Part 1 - En Route Un!:

Part 2 - NIDORAN♂ Getto Daze!:

Part 3 - Da-Da-Da-Da-DA-DA-DA-DA!:
by OrionJZed
on December 8th 2021, 2:37 am
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Topic: The video games alphabet
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The video games alphabet

Towafan7 wrote:Bust A Move.

Whoa... that is spooky, because I was gonna make a joke about Bust-a-Move in the "I'm scared of ghosts" thread. Here's how it would've looked if I could find and upload some decent images on what's left of my three-and-a-half year old phone:

Sorry, dude. All I could find was the MythBusters, the Move-Bustas, and a mango and banana smoothie. lol!

(Image #1)
(Image #2)
(Image #3... an empty glass)

What the...? Where the fresh is the smoothie?!

Inklein: Silly Wiggles! That's not "this movie", it's "a glass"! Silly Wiggles, hahaha! Happy


Mmm... cantaloaf... Love

ON-TOPIC: Conker's Pocket Tales
by OrionJZed
on March 22nd 2021, 6:44 pm
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Topic: Tales from the ParoD&Dmension: A Parody-Comedy Spin-Completely-Off
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Tales from the ParoD&Dmension: A Parody-Comedy Spin-Completely-Off

Session 0: The Seventh Wheel

Webisode 0-1

Scene 1: Roll Call

In a world-

Voice #1: Who said that?!

Hm-hm... In a world-

Voice #1: Are you a g-g-g-g-lich?!

Voice #2: That doesn't... I cannot even-

May I PLEASE finish my introduction already?

Voice #3: Yeah, sure... go ahead, buddy!

Uh... my gender is inconsequential, but-

Voice #2: And yet you assume a deep, heavily masculine inflection?

Voice #1: Wait... he has a disease? He IS a guh-lich!

No, I am not a lich...

Voice #3: Then what ARE you?

I am... the Dungeon Master, and my epithet is "Author of Realms"...

Voice #1: But guh-liches are masters of dungeons...?

Voice #4: As are dragons, my good pal!

Voice #1: Dungeons? In DRAGONS? HA!

Voice #2: Other way around, simpleton...

Voice #1: HEY! My name is RANGER, not SIMPSON!

We hear the slap of a facepalm.

Voice #2: Idiot...

Ranger: RANGER! RAIN... JERRRRRH... uh... I think...

Well then, you've spoiled YOUR name, so let's hear the rest of your names, and we can proceed...

Voice #2: You may call me Wizard. I am an elven-

Wonderful to meet you, Wizard...

Voice #4: Wait... didn't you WRITE her, th-


Voice #3: I'm Rogue.

Wizard: ...that's it? That is your int-


Voice #4: Bard's the name, D&D is my game! Hohohoh... Thank you, thank you, you're too ki-


Voice #5: You may refer to me as "Monk". It is a pleasure, my friends.


Voice #6: My name is Druid. Delighted to meet each of you.

Ranger: Wait... a druid AND a monk?!

Wizard: One heals our wounds and protects nature, the other uses martial arts techniques in self-defence.

Ranger: Oh, cool... which is which?

We hear another facepalm.

Rogue: Aight, let's get this show on the-


Rogue: Next? There's no-one else here...

Ranger: She's right...

Wizard: Did you use your superior tracking skills to deduce this conclusion?

Ranger: No, I... hey, are you saying I'm a dumb?!

Wizard: I believe I used none of those words and/or apostrophic contractions.

Ranger: Well, alright then. Hey, you're really nice!

Rogue: HAHAHAHAHA! Are you kidding?!

Ranger: Do I LOOK like a nanny-goat to you?!

Bard: HA! I get it! Most amusing, my good pal!

Alright, let's just get started... the six of you have gathered in a tavern after reading a job listing on a bulletin board...

Bard: What?! Oh, that is SUCH a bog-standard-

The party suddenly pops into a dreary swamp.

Bard: -cliché!

Alright then... instead of the Potts' Luck Tavern, you all meet standing knee-deep in the Stun'drrrd Boglands.

Wizard: Fantastic effort, Bard...

Rogue: Way to go, dumdum!

Bard: You don't honestly think that I caused this F-

To be Continued...

Webisode 0-2

Scene 2: Stun'drrrd Boglands: Morning

Bard: -ABULOUS twist on a tried-and-tired campaign opener, do you? I mean... I honestly would've opened with the classic "five people meet in a tavern" approach... it's sheer genius!

Ranger: But there are SIX of us...

Wizard: Well, looks like SOMEONE'S a genius after all.

Ranger: Aw, thanks, Blizzard!

Wizard facepalms.

Wizard: I verbalised my hypothesis in advance of making a rational decision...

Rogue: Cheer up, babe!

Wizard: Did... you refer to me as-

Rogue: So we're standing waist-deep in a rotten bog-

Ranger: KNEE-deep, Rouge!

Rogue: Hey, speak for yourself, medium-sized humanoid!

Ranger: MEDIUM?! I didn't know I was a sidekick...

Wizard: The fact that you know ANYTHING at all is truly what amazes me most about you, Ranger...

Ranger: Aw, shucks, heheheh...

Druid: Cheer up, everyone! At least we're together, and this place isn't SO bad. Look at these rich, purple orchids and lilies on the waters' surface.

Ranger: Uh... aren't you s'posed to wait for Arthur to narrate that bit?

Actually, idle speech is a free action, and you are welcome to provide your own perspectives on the scenery...

Ranger: Oh, cool! I'm starving... I "see" an ENORMOUS burger in my hands and eat it!

Ranger stares at his hands.

Monk: I believe it does not work that way.

Ranger: Aw, but Druid got half-orcs and lollies!

Wizard: Yes, but she didn't intend to EAT said "orc kids"...

Ranger: Oh, right...

Wizard: Now, would you be so kind as to allow me the courtesy of how to solve this conundrum...?

Rogue: Druid's right, Wiz. This ain't so bad... my cousin lives in a place like this... 'course it's greener, and the water's pure, but same gist!

Ranger: Yeah! I mean... it's not like an even BIGGER problem's gonna suddenly drop from the-

A sudden flash overhead, followed by a loud-

Voice #7: ...aaaaaAAAAAHHHHH!

The source of the scream splashes into the slimy, slick swamp water...

Bard: Oh, snap!

Wizard: You have GOT to be F-

To be Continued...

Webisode 0-3

Scene 3: Stun'drrrd Boglands: Afternoon

Wizard: -ATEBENDING right now, Ranger... that is a gift that only my people possess...

Ranger: Your... people?

Wizard: Yes, Ranger. My people, the Sssuullllldrnnnnnehylllllrrrrnnn... or as you humans call them, "elves".

Ranger: Oh... then... am I a health elf?

Rogue: You mean "half-elf"?

Ranger: Do I...?

Wizard facepalms.

Wizard: Perhaps it was merely a coincidence...

Druid: Should someone not aid the one who has fallen from beyond the upper veils of Oma?

Rogue: Nah! It's been two minutes, and he hasn't surfaced. No doubt he's-

The being who fell from above suddenly splashes to his feet, drenching everyone but Druid and Bard in murky bog-water...

Ranger: -A GUH-LICH!

Wizard: Ugh... disgusting!

Ranger: Yes, a disgusting, smelly, UH-GUH-LY guh-lich!

Wizard: I was not referring to this CLEARLY STILL LIVING human male...

Ranger: Oh... the splash... so you were referring to-

Wizard: -you, Ranger. Yes, I was referring to you.

Ranger: Hey, don't be mean to Monk!

Rogue: What are you babbling about, Ranger Danger?

Ranger: Wizard just insulted our friend Yu!

Ranger wades to Monk, kicking up multiple pockets of swamp gas trapped in the muddy swamp-bed.

Bard: Oh, my sinuses are ablaze with the STENCH of-

Ranger: Stop being mean, everyone!

Ranger places his hands on Monk's shoulders.

Ranger: Don't worry, Yu, 'cos you got a friend in me.

Monk: Your kindness, whilst unnecessary, is greatly appreciated, and will not soon be forgotten.

Monk bows. Ranger attempts a similar bow, though clumsily knocks his forehead on a gnarled tree branch.

Ranger: OW! My Ajna...

Ranger rubs between his eyebrows.

Voice #7: Uh... I have a question...

Everyone looks at the stranger, who is dressed in clothing from our world, and isn't drenched in bog-water for some reason.

Druid: Of course, gentle stranger. What is your question?

The stranger clears their throat.

Voice #7: Could someone PLEASE tell me what the F-

To be Continued...

Webisode 0-4

Scene 4: Stun'drrrd Boglands: Evening

Voice #7: -ART-LIKE STENCH in the air happens to be?! Phew!

Bard: Oh, Ranger kicked up a few pockets of swamp gas whilst consoling Monk.

Voice #7: Okay, that's fair...

Wizard: I was certain you were about to enquire as to your dramatic entrance into the surrounding locale.

Voice #7: Well, I-

The stranger looks around.

Voice #7: Hey, now that you mention it...

Druid: What is your name, gentle soul from above the clouds?

Voice #7: Oh, uh... Lock. I'm Lock. And it's called Seattle.

Ranger: What is?

Lock: The place I'm from is... Seattle.

Ranger: You're from the MOON?! Hey, so is Druid!

Wizard: What on Earth are you-

Ranger: Not "Earth", Wizard... "Moon"! MOOOOOOO-NNNNNNNUH... uh... I think...?

Rogue: As you can see, he isn't exactly "schooled".

Druid: Why do you assume I am a lunar being, Ranger?

Ranger: Because you said you're from a circus on the Moon!

Wizard facepalms.

Wizard: "Circle of the Moon", imbecile...

Ranger: Whatever. Hey, is it anywhere near Satellaview?

Lock: Uh... this is a pretty weird LARP, you guys...

Rogue: Eh, you get used to 'em, Locky.

Bard: Indeed! And I must say your warlockery is most impressive to be able to flash yourself here at 1st-level!

Lock: Uh... thanks? I assume we're in the Everglades or something...?

Monk: In fact it is the Stun'drrrd Boglands.

Lock: Oh, a Magic-themed LARP, eh? Does that make me a newly-sparked Planeswalker or something?

Rogue: The *fart* is a "Planeswalker"...?

Lock: And what's the setting? Dominaria? Innistrad? Ooh, Ulgrotha?!

Wizard: Realmslandia, actually...

Lock: "Realmslandia"...? So homebrew, then...

Rogue: Oh, you bet! I have my own multipurpose distillery in my-

You suddenly sense an ominous presence nearby...

Lock: Oh, is the Dungeon Master hiding in the scenery or something?

Ranger: No, he's just a disembodied voice floating around us... and possibly THROUGH us...

Rogue: Well... THAT'S disturbing...

Bard: Not as disturbing as THIS, my good pal!

Rogue: Huh? What do you me-

You look up at an intimidating figure... a knight donned in the sturdiest ebony armour, forged from pure adamant... riding a nightmare of the deepest ebony coat, and deep violet mist billowing along its neck, hooves and rump...

Ranger snickers.

Ranger: "Rump"...

Knight: SILENCE!

Bard trembles.

Knight: I know both who and what you are, Eternal Seekers of the Order of the Treasured MacGuffin!

Lock: Uh... the what?

The Knight looks in Lock's direction.

Knight: And I am here to stop you

Lock nervously points to their chest.

Lock: Uh... m... m-

Ranger: Him?

The Knight looks at Ranger.

Knight: ALL OF YOU! Tremble before the Might of-

Rogue: Oh... for F-

To be Continued...

Webisode 0-5

Scene 5: Stun'drrrd Boglands: Night

Rogue: *BLEEP*'s sake! WHY does this happen EVERY *BLEEP* TIME?!

Bard: Uh... tradition?

Wizard: Well, you would know, since you're the bard, Bard.

Ranger: Wait... Bard is a SHEEP?!

Bard: Why do you assume that, my good pal?

Ranger: Because Wizard just spoke to you in Sheepish! "Baa baa" is a common phrase in that language, but you already know that, baa baa...

Bard: I'm afraid you're mistaken, for in fact I am-

Rogue: -a bird!

Ranger: Actually, it's pronounced "BAHHHHH-RRRRRUHRRRRR-DUHHHHH... uh... what was the question again?

Bard: Actually, she's right. I am a bird... and now I see the irony of being a bird bard named Bard Byrd...

Lock: Well, your prosthetics are impressive! They must've taken HOURS to apply!

Bard: Um... thank you, my good-

Knight: Uh... HELLO? Are you not forgetting something here?!

Ranger: Just a minute, random NPC...

Knight: Random? NPC?! Are... you cannot be serious!

Rogue: You're not wrong...

Ranger: Yeah! I'm never not serious!

Wizard facepalms.

Wizard: How many times have I told you to watch your grammar...?

Ranger: For the last time, Wizard, my Grandma is NOT a dire wolf!

Wizard: I wasn't calling HER a dire WOLF, I was calling YOU a dire BORE...

Ranger: Hey, I LOVE roasted boar! My favourite bit is the apple... mmm...

Knight: Huh. I was certain you would be more of a challenge... nonetheless, I have a role to perform, so let's get it done, and you can be on your way.

Bard: Do you not mean, "I can be on MY way"...?

Knight: It... that is what I stated. "You can be on your way"... how is that not difficult to grasp?

Bard: Oh... I thought you meant... n-never mind. I'll be off then, my good pal. Toodlepip!

Bard leaves the area.

Rogue: Hey, how come HE gets to leave, but we DON'T?!

Knight: Oh, you'll all have your turn.

Lock: Oh, crap! Has everyone rolled initiative already?! I-I don't... I don't have my dice... oh, I must've dropped-

Knight: Between your side and that of my master, the plot requires an equal balance of "straight ones" and "dysfunctional misfits".

Ranger: Hey, did you just call some of us "dense trustfall nitwits"?!

Wizard: No doubt which of the two you happen to be...

Knight: According to my Intel, your group has too many human straight ones.

Ranger: Oh no... you leave Druid out of this!

Druid: But... I am not a human, Ranger.

Ranger: Of course not! You're a human druid, Druid!

Rogue: CAT druid, Ranger.

Ranger: Wait, so... you're a multiclass druid-ranger, Druid?

Wizard: What on Moon are you-

Ranger: Who's also a cat?

Rogue: Well... at least you got SOME of it right...

Knight: Alright, this is getting agonisingly tedious. I'll just pick one of you at random.

The Knight points their sword back-and-forth from Monk to Lock.

Knight: Eeny-meeny-miney-YOU.

A bolt of dark energy fires from the sword at Lock.

Lock: Oh, cool effect!

Rogue: Why isn't he trying to avoid-

Just as the bolt reaches Lock, it suddenly flings left and punches into Monk's chest.

Monk: Oof!

Rogue: Never mind... uh... I-I mean... WHAT THE *BLEEP*?!

Monk is surrounded by a bubble of dark energy.

Lock: Whoa, your DM must have a HUGE campaign budget!

Wizard: Are you absolutely certain that Lock is a straight one?

Knight: Yes. In fact, Lock is now the only human straight one in your party.

Druid: But... what have you done to Monk?

The bubble suddenly pops, revealing a brown monkey wearing Monk's gi.

Wizard: I believe your question is answered, Druid.

Ranger: Hey, yeah! Monk's been teleported away and replaced by a monk-

The monkey screeches and leaps at Ranger's head, pulling at his hair and ears.

Monkey: Ooo-ooo-HAH-HAH-HAH! (etc.)


Rogue: Aw, looks like you have a new friend, Ranger...

Ranger: Hey, yeah... I have an actual animal companion! After all these years, I'm FINALLY a real-

The monkey knocks Ranger's forehead with a coconut.

Ranger: Ow, my Ajna!

Knight: Well, my work here is done...

The Knight vanishes in a swirl of violet mist, a chilling horse whinny echoing in the air, followed by a glittery sparkle and harp chord.

Wizard: So... now what?

Bard's voice: Hey, come on, everyone! There's a Kakadurudurudu Fried Cockatrice over here, with 24-hour dine-in and unlimited refills!

Rogue: Ooh, sweet!

Wizard: You had me at, "unlimited refills", my pal...

Everyone leaves the water... except Lock, who stands there, eyes widened and stunned.

Lock: ...what the F-

NEXT TIME: The Soiled MacGuffin
by OrionJZed
on February 3rd 2021, 5:35 pm
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Topic: The "Who's That Pokémon?" Game
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The "Who's That Pokémon?" Game

It's time for another batch of clues:

#3: This Pokemon is Flying-type, but its Stage-2 evolved form is not.

#4: It has the honour of being the first non-Legendary, non-Mythical Pokemon of its generation to be fully revealed in an official capacity.

#5: The real-world animal upon which it is based is nocturnal, meaning it is primarily active at night.

Any ideas yet? There are no penalties for incorrect guesses, wot-wot. Wink
by armerocks
on October 19th 2020, 12:10 pm
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Topic: Final fantasy crystal chronicles remastered review
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Final fantasy crystal chronicles remastered review

Final Fantasy crystal chronicles remastered review ps4

Well then fellow crystal caravanners let us begin this review. First let me tell you about this game, it originally came out on GameCube in 2003 and now it was remastered for the ps4,switch and mobile devices. This game is a spin-off of the final fantasy series, the game features many new gameplay elements previously unseen in Final fantasy games like real time fighting, as well as being the first RPG to incorporate GameCube-Game Boy Advance compatibility. However the problem with the multiplayer was that back in GameCube you could only play multiplayer using up to 4 game boy advance with link cables and each Gameboy would have a specific feature like a map, treasure radar, enemy radar and enemy info. Now instead you can play online and cross-play with all 3 versions. Back then me and my brother used to play this all the time and it is a really unique game.

The setting of the game is in a world filled with miasma, were only a few places are livable thanks to a crystal that purifies the miasma. Unfortunately, the crystal loses its power after a year so each village or town sets out a group of people called the crystal caravanners. The role of these caravanners is to look for a tree that provides a drop of “myrth” that they will carry in a chalice that has a tiny bit of the crystal to protect them. This Myrth is what keeps the crystal power shinning and without it, it would lose its power and be lost forever. Now this game has a lot of lore which are hidden within the various random cutscene you get in the game as well as info inside the dungeons you venture into. You will learn what causes the miasma, what the drops of myrthactually are and the reason why they give the crystal power.As you continue your journey and see many cutscene you collect memories which are very important to the story so I wont spoil to much, for every dungeon and every cutscene you gain a memory which is then written down in your journal, which is essential the title of the game the chronicle.

The way the game work is you will be going into dungeons and fight monster and a boss in order to get to the myrth tree in order to get a drop of myrth, for every 3 drops you get a year passes in the game. As the year progress more events unlock, and new dungeons become available as well as more options for crafting equipment. Now when you begin the game you first need to make your character, this games as 4 different tribes, the clavats that have even stats in attack power, defense and magic, however they are the only clan that can use shields to block physical attacks so they tend to have more def. The selkies are agile and are more focused on short-mid range attacks and while they cannot block then can do an evade flip backwards, they do have similar magic power as clavats. The lilties are a tribe of warrior they excel in attack power and are mostly short range but they can attack quicker, they also have fair amount of def but lack a lot in magical power. The last tribe are the yukes, this tribe excels in magic power and can cast magic much faster than the rest of the tribes however they are more used for long range or support due to their poor defense.

In this game you can make up to 8 characters the reason for this is because in the village you start in there are 8 different professions or jobs. 4 of them have a main purpose but the other 4 are not as important. Lets start with the important one.

#1 merchant

As you progress in the game because your family is merchants the more the family is happy the more discounts you get at their shop which is essential for rare materials for end game gear that only they can sell that normally would be very expensive.

#2 tailor

The tailor family is the one that helps you craft accessory such as a ring to protect you from poison or certain elements etc. As the years progress, they become able to craft even better accessories.

#3 blacksmith

The blacksmith family as you can imagine helps you make weapons and armors for your characters and like the others as game progresses, they will be able to craft better gear.

#4 alchemist

The alchemist family is one of the most important jobs. You see the alchemist provides you 1 scroll each year. The scroll are what you use in order to craft weapons armors and accessories, while you can still get scrolls in dungeons there are some scrolls only the alchemist can give you, like the invincibility ring that requires at least 12 years to pass in the game for the family to provide you with the scroll.

The other 4 jobs:

Now the other 4 jobs that are not as usefull are the ranch, farmer, fisher and miller. The reason why these 4 are not as useful is because the only thing they provide is just food that you may not get in dungeons. The food is used to recover health fast without the use of magic but there so many food dungeons drops they really don’t make much difference.

Now as for how magic work in this game, unlike your typical final fantasy game this one does not use MP. It uses orb called magicites that drop within every dungeon. The magic they provide are fire, ice, thunder, cure, clear and raise. Now this magicite disappear after each dungeon however there are rings you can obtain in this game that lets you use their magic at any time by equipping them. There also fusion magic like curaga, haste, slow, gravity, holy, fira, firaga, blizara, blizzaga, thundera and thundaga. If you are playing in single player mode you can combine these magicites or rings to create these fusion spells however if you are playing in multiplayer mode you can only fuse them by making other character combine their magic using the casting circle and overlapping one another.

Now there are ways to use gravity, holy and meteor without having to fuse magic. But it can only be done after getting the rings in post content because these 3 rings were not in the original game.

Now as for the progression of your character unlike normal final fantasy games there is no lvl up system in this game. Instead you collect artifacts from dungeons that permanently boost your stats. So in order to get stronger you have to repeat dungeons and collect the artifacts to power up as well to get materials to make stronger gear. There are a total of 79 artifacts which are divided between attack power, defense power, magic power, extra heart, extra item slot and the rings to perform magic at any time.

Now that we have covered the most basic details lets get to the new contents added in the remastered, aside from graphics looking more clear and beautiful they have added voice acting to all the cutscenes and to some npc in the town as well as your own characters. Originally the only voice acting was the narration you get of every dungeon when you entered it. The voice is actually quite nice and I think gave the game more passion for it. Another new content that was added were the mimic system which allows you character to transform into one of the npc’s of the game however you need to be the same gender and tribe of that npc in order to transform. There are also dlc of different crystal chronicles npc that you can purchase as well but make sure your character can use it before buying.

Another thing they added for single player is a storage in the main village, originally you could not trade items to your other characters unless you had someone else to assist you. But now you can use storage to trade items between your characters. They have also added 13 hard dungeons. Now the game originally has 13 dungeon and the hard dungeons are the same 13 dungeons however they are much harder and look different for example there’s a dessert map and its during the day, in the hard dungeon its during the night and the monster are different and much stronger, not to mention more of them at once and they can cast spells like slowaga, stop, thundaga etc. needles to say it’s quite the challenge.

Ok now lets address the online feature, which is the main reason why I’m making this review because I’ve seen way to many people give poor reviews for this amazing game all because they only look for the bad things in the game.

Now in the original game as I’ve said before you could play up to 4 players and they would journey with you to dungeons towns and cutscenes however in the remastered sadly due to the developers deciding to make the game cross-play they removed the feature of you being together all the time in the game and instead only allowing multiplayers within dungeons. Now while I feel this was a bad decision is really not as bad as everyone is making it out to be.

The way the multiplayer was set up was that only the host would progress, meaning that only the host would get the drop of myrth and the letters. Here is where most of the complains have come, they are upset that only the host progress in story however what people seem to forget is that while in the original everyone progressed, it was because there was only 1 host, the person who actually owned the game. Because the GameCube version there was two ways to play multiplayer you could create a character from scratch or load saved character from another memory card into the already made game. However nowadays that is no longer possible because one, home consoles don’t have memory card slots and save files are account locked meaning you can’t add a character from a different acc into another.

Another thing that people are forgetting is that this is a dungeon crawler type game meaning that even if they have to host 4 times one for each person( assuming you have 4 friends playing, I couldn’t convince anyone to play with me so I went solo) to progress story, you lose nothing by doing those multiple host, because in order to get the artifact to strengthen your character you have to do dungeons multiple times so really you aren’t really losing anything by doing host 4 times, also the story for this game is not even that long you could pass it in 2 or 3 days if you played whole day and only did dungeon once or twice. It be hard but it possible to pass the game even alone with bare minimum if you have lots of phoenix down.

Now another feature of the online is how matchmaking works. There’s 3 ways to do it first is hosting, you choose what dungeon you want to do and you can either invite a friend or wait for randoms to enter. The second option is to look for someone hosting a specific map or all map. And the 3rd option is to enter fast matchmaking which enter any random map of anyone hosting. Now in order to add a friend there is two ways, one is to click on “follow” on a player after you finish a dungeon and if both follow each other they get added to friend list, or you can manually provide a FC to someone and they can add you but the friend code changes every 30 minutes however after following someone you no longer need the friend code, when hosting you just look for friend in friend list and invite them and they get an invite. People misunderstood this feature and think you need a friend code every 30 min to play as a group.


1. Single player was improved a lot and even has a storage to change items between your character so if have strong armor and want to start a new character you can give him your main characters armor as long as it’s not a tribe only gear and u using a different tribe

2. Multiplayer is cross platform so you can play with switch, ios, android and ps4 users.

3. It has a free lite version that can play about 85% of the game if you join someone who has the full game you only cant do final dungeon or access to post game content.

4. Has 13 more dungeons than the original.

5. Added voice acting

6. Has amazing music, one of the best music in a final fantasy game.

7. Can join any dungeon at anytime.

8. You can join any dungeon of any cycle as long as you have progressed the necessary amount in the story.


1. Only host can progress in story ( but again it really not a big deal)

2. Can only join someone in dungeons not in the world map like original

3. Cannot enter moogle house in multiplayer ( its not a big deal but a rather silly thing to do)

4. Have to change host to progress story if you are progressing along side friends. ( but again its not a big deal you need multiple entries on same dungeon anyway.)

I rate this game an 8.5 out of 10. It would have been a 10 out of 10 if they didn’t limit groups to just dungeon and that only host gets progression even for just the mail part of the game.
by OrionJZed
on September 16th 2020, 7:50 pm
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Topic: Crystals of Silveria Abridged, Vol. I - An Abridged Meta-Parody... thing... by "The Author"
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Crystals of Silveria Abridged, Vol. I - An Abridged Meta-Parody... thing... by "The Author"

Episode 4: The Obligatory Wizard School, Part II

Scene 1: Illusion Studies: Stormshroud Academy: Morning

Zed is seated at a desk in a classroom surrounded by a number of other students. Two male students of about seventeen years of age talk amongst themselves.

Student #1: Huh huh... huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh... heh heh...

Student #1: Huh huh... huh huh... check out the new guy... huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh... heh heh... yeah, he thinks he's a main character or somethin'... heh heh...

The two young men snicker. A female student in her twenties scolds them.

Student #3: So what? At least he's actually DOING something with his life, unlike you two layabouts.

Zed looks at the female student.

Zed’s thoughts: Wow, it's Hermione Granger...

Student #1: Huh huh... huh huh... what's a layabout...? Huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh... heh heh... I think it's a type of nut loaf... heh heh...

Student #1: Huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh...

Student #1: Huh huh... you said "loaf"... huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh... yeah... heh heh...

Student #1: Huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh...

Alek walks into the classroom, his familiar perched on his shoulder.

Alek: Good morning, class.

Class (except Zed): Good morning, Master Stormshroud.

Zed: Good morning, Master Stormsteve.

Alek sits at his desk.

Alek: We have a new student, Zed Starmute.

Student #1: Huh huh... huh huh... his name is just a letter... huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh... heh heh... yeah, the letter "moot"... heh heh...

We hear a fart sound.

Zed: Oop... sorry, heheh...

Student #1: Huh huh... huh huh... he just farted... huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh... heh heh... and he's pronouncing his laugh wrong... heh heh...

Student #1: Huh huh... yeah, it's pronounced "huh huh"...

Student #2: Heh heh... yeah, not "heh heh"...

Student #1: Huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh...

Alek loses his patience.

Alek: That is it! Both of you, to Headmaster Eugolelias's office, NOW!

Student #1: Huh huh... huh huh... his name sounds like that game with the two weirdoes... huh huh...

Student #2: Heh heh... heh heh... yeah, Banjo-Kazooie... heh heh...

Alek: Out!

The students leave the classroom, closing the door behind them.

Alek: Oh, thank Brocc for that...

The wolfborn next to Zed speaks with a Scooby-Doo-like voice.

Wolfborn: Ruh-roh! Raster Rormroud red a rude rurd! ("Uh-oh! Master Stormshroud said a rude word!")

Zed looks at the wolfborn.

Zed's thoughts: Whoa... a talking Gachamon...

Alek gestures to the wolfborn.

Alek: Apologies, my young apprentice. Those two really get on everyone's nerves...

"Hermione": I agree, Master Stormshroud.

Alek: Who are you...? What are you doing in this class?

Zed: That's Hermione, Master Stormsteve.

Alek: I assure you that there is no Hermoyne in this class, Zed.

"Hermione": You know who I am, Master Stormshroud! Laura? Laura Goldenclaugh? The half-sibling of your wolfborn apprentice, Kendall Silvertooth, who is sitting in the front row next to our new student?

Alek stares blankly for two seconds.

Alek: ...doesn't ring a bell, I'm afraid.

Laura: Oh, for Brocc's sake...

Alek: Now run along to wherever it is you're supposed to be, otherwise you'll be facing a wood elf's week of detention.

Kendall whispers to Zed.

Kendall: Ra rood elf's reek is roo ronths rong. ("A wood elf's week is two months long.")

Zed's thoughts: Whoa... roo whole ronths... that's a LOT of rerention...

Opening Credits


Scene 2: Campus Grounds: Stormshroud Academy: Early Afternoon

Zed, Kendall and Laura sit on a bench underneath a tree.

Zed: So what were you doing in Master Stormsteve's class, anyway? Did you get to class early and realise it was the wrong one? 'cause it happens WAY more often than I'm willing to admit...

Laura laughs.

Laura: Of course not, Zed. I'm sure Master Stormshroud was just making a joke. After all, his memory is flawless, isn't it Kendall?

Kendall: Uh... roo I roh roo? ("Uh... do I know you?")

Zed: Well, you probably had Herbology or something.

Laura: I think it's more likely that everyone's having a sudden onset case of amnesia.

Zed: Wait... how did you know that, Hermione? Have WE met? I'm sorry I forgot about you...

Kendall: Ree roo... ("Me too...")

Laura: No, no, it was just a joke. No-one on campus actually HAS amnesia.

Zed: I do.

Laura: Oh... I apologise for my insensitivity.

Zed: It's fine. I know you didn't mean it, since I'm not Ron Weasley. Wait... ginger hair...

Zed's thoughts: Could I be...? Nah... Ron doesn't wear Angusteventhalliusimmonatticusius for Men...

Kendall: Ri'm rungry roar rum Renny raKs! ("I'm hungry for some Kenny snaKs!")

Zed: Me too!

The trio begin to head for the dining hall.

Zed’s thoughts: I hope we have fish fingers and custard today... mmm...

Scene 3: Stormshroud Academy: Early Afternoon

Zed, Laura and Kendall proceed towards the dining hall. Zed notices a glow coming from down a hallway.

Zed: Ooh, shiny...

Kendall: Rerry rhiny! ("Very shiny!")

Zed and Kendall begin to proceed down the hallway.

Laura: Oh no... looks like another planar rift leak... well, guess I'd better tell Dad that Kendall's gonna be late for dinner... or early for breakfast last Tuesday...

Laura’s thoughts: Or LITERALLY partying like it's 1999...

Zed and Kendall turn left into another hallway. They see a swath of destruction: paintings crooked, carpeting in shreds and furniture splintered and broken. Deep claw marks line the wooden walls.

Zed: Who could have done this?

We see glowing blue graffiti sprayed on a nearby wall that reads, "LILLIAN ALEKZANDER STUPIDSHROUD WAZ ERE"

Zed: GASP! Kendall, I think Master Stormsteve trashed this hallway!

Kendall: Rat's rimrossirrrrr! ("That's impossibrrrrr!")

Zed: Then how do you explain the graffiti? If he really didn't do it, then why would he foolishly admit to doing it as part of the hallway trashing?

Kendall: Ruh... Ry ron'n roh... ("Uh... I don't know...")

Zed: There's no other explanation. Let's call the police.

Kendall: Rohray. ("Okay.")

Scene 4: Alek’s Office: Stormshroud Academy: Evening

Amethyst and Alek sit on a couch in Alek’s office. The two friends laugh.

Amethyst: Oh, that was hilarious!

Alek wipes a tear from his eye with a gloved finger.

Alek: You really think so?

Amethyst: Oui, oui, Cher Alekzander. A sense of humour so magnifique should be considered a criminal offence.

Three city guards burst into the office.

Guard #1: Alekzander Stupidshroud?

Alek: Yes?

The other two guards approach Alek.

Guard #1: You're under arrest.

The guards grab Alek’s hands and bind them together with handcuffs.

Alek: Oh, come on! It wasn't that bad!

Guard #2: The hallway under the stairs lies in ruins!

Alek: But… it was only a joke...

Guard #3: Yeah? Well, we're gonna make sure your "jokes" don't unwittingly damage heritage listed buildings anymore.

The guards pull Alek from the room.


The guards close the doors. Amethyst stands staring at them in a state of mild shock.

Amethyst's thoughts: Sacre bleu... I should learn to THINK before I think... I think...?

To be Continued…

Closing Credits

by OrionJZed
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Review: Taito's The Ninja Saviors - Return of the Warriors (PS4 PSN)


DM: Before the bugbear has a chance to respond, Ninjus the Ninja drops down from the ceiling, daggers bared. The bugbear drops to the ground with a thud.

Player #1: I leap off the bugbear, turn to the other party members and grin. "And THAT is how you do pest control!"

Player #2: I don't get it...

Player #1: Uh...BUGbear? As in...BUGS?

Player #2: But...bugbears aren't bugs. They're medium-sized goblinoids covered in coarse hairs that-

Player #3: It's just a pun, dude.

Player #2: Oh...good one.

Player 2 makes a small smile. Player 1 sighs.

Player #1: I'm glad ONE of you got it...

Um...well, THAT happened. Anyway, I think this is the first time I've read a review of a beat-em-up from you, @Towafan7. Nice one! Topics tagged under 3 on  631737971

So...any chance of a review of 3D Classics: Urban Champion? Razz
by OrionJZed
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Crystals of Silveria Super-Shorts - by GamerZack87

Bryn, Brocc and Friend's Triple Threat
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Ally-Squinn no Shinwa: A Splatoon Fan-fiction Webseries by GeekyGamerZack

Episode 4: Premon-ink-tions!
AKA "The Octo Valley Episode"

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Part 4:

Part 5:

Ally-Squinn's Noob Photos - Entry 04:
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Squigley no Densetsu - A Splatoon 2 Fan-fiction Webseries by GeekyGamerZack

Episode 5: Bait & Switch!
AKA "The Body Swap Episode"

Previously on Squigley no Densetsu...:

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Part 4:

Part 5:

Squigley's Journal - Log 25:
by OrionJZed
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Butt of Silveria - A Series by GeekyGamerZack


Welcome, fans and fans-to-be, to Butt of Silveria Remastered, the official first season of the Chromaicora Adventures! Whether you're new to the tales of Zed Buttmute and the Buttbound or you've read every episode of the original to the point that you can recite every scene from memory, rest assured that this is the definitive experience, with every episode revised and brought up to speed with more recent projects, and new and exciting plot details added which expand the story.

Without further ado, I present the very first episode of Butt Remastered, The Seventh Butt. Let the tale commence!

Episode 1: The Seventh Butt, Part I



Episode 2: The Seventh Butt, Part II


by OrionJZed
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Crystals of Silveria: The Forgotten Episodes - A Sub-Series by GeekyGamerZack

Hi all, and welcome to Crystals of Silveria: The Forgotten Episodes, a sub-series of episodes that are set during the plot of the original Chromaicora Adventures season. These tales expand the plot with new stories, characters and events that revolve around the Crystalbound, Laura and, of course, the Star Mute One himself, Zed. Each one fits neatly between two episodes of the main season, so you can read them as a dedicated part of it if you like. Of course, there may be spoilers for those of you who have yet to read Crystals Remastered, so please do so if you haven't already.

Well, with that out of the way, I present the very first "filler, briller" Forgotten Episode, The Kidnapped Apprentice. I hope you enjoy! Topics tagged under 3 on  631737971

Episode A: The Kidnapped Apprentice

Season Chronology
Previous: E02 The Seventh Crystal, Part II
Next: E03 The Magical Academy



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Mask of Akanius (Chromaicora Adventures Season 2) - A Series by GeekyGamerZack

Episode 5: Aoinian Rebel


by OrionJZed
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Flight of Indigo (Chromaicora Adventures Season 3) - A Series by GeekyGamerZack

Special 1: Arch


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Mask of Akanius (Chromaicora Adventures Season 2) - A Series by GeekyGamerZack

Special 1 - Zokugeminan Quest


by OrionJZed
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Flight of Indigo (Chromaicora Adventures Season 3) - A Series by GeekyGamerZack

Episode 4: Chuck


by OrionJZed
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Flight of Indigo (Chromaicora Adventures Season 3) - A Series by GeekyGamerZack

Hi all, and welcome to Flight of Indigo, the third chapter of the Chromaicora Adventures. In this tale, we follow the adventures of Evan Sky, a socially-awkward young man who dreams of becoming a pilot in his city's flagship aeronautical squadron. This season is set at roughly the same time period as Mask of Akanius and Shell of Thal, with some story overlap between them, so be sure to check them out as well. Oh, and there are spoilers for Crystals of Silveria Remastered as well, so be sure to check it out before reading this if you haven't. All seasons can be found in the boxed set, which you can check out by clicking right here. Okay, without further ado, I present Flight of Indigo. I hope you enjoy!

Episode 1 – Sky, Part I



Episode 2 – Sky, Part II


by OrionJZed
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Crystals of Silveria Remastered - A Series by GeekyGamerZack

Episode 14: The Royal Homecoming


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Crystals of Silveria Remastered - A Series by GeekyGamerZack

Episode 3: The Magical Academy


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Crystals of Silveria Remastered - A Series by GeekyGamerZack

Episode 2: The Seventh Crystal, Part II


by KeAfan7
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Feature: Our Favorite New Games of 2016 (PS3 Edition)


Stayin' Alive...


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To say that the PS3 has had remarkable longevity is an understatement, the system just keeps on going with hit after hit, admittedly the pacing slowed down significantly after Trails of Cold Steel II and Attack On Titan released in September. Still it was a decent year to be a PS3 owner!


#3:The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel.

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Yes, we know the game was released during the week of Christmas 2015 in North America, but that's close enough to 2016 in our opinions. The game is a fantastic turn-based JRPG with some rather unusual gameplay features.

Overall the game is good, but is WAY too slow and is for all-intents-and-purposes a prologue to part II. The game is still a great edition to any JRPG fan's library of games! Our review of the game will be released later this week so keep your eyes peeled for it!


#2:Attack On Titan.

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Few series in anime or video games are quite as frightening or disturbing as Attack On Titan and while the games are toned down compared to the highly graphic nature of the anime series, they're still plenty scary in their own right. The game is very action oriented and has you taking on 50+ foot giants using crazy acrobatics and a certain transformation of a main protagonist to even the odds out a bit. Overall if you like action-horror titles Attack On Titan should be right up your alley!


#1: The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II.

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The pacing of the story is far better and more consistent in this second volume of The Trails of Cold Steel mythos in The Legend of Heroes franchise. There's alot more action this time around and there is a shift of focus to actual war and freely traveling the world rather than school-life and linear field studies. These changes along with tweaks to the battle system make The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II our pick for the best PS3 title of 2016!


What do you think of our favorite PS3 games of 2016? What would your choices be? As always be sure to let us know in our comment section below!


#BestOf2016 #PS3 #PSN


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Gaming on Twitter

I'm sorry, but I missed secret character [Only admins are allowed to see this link] somehow.

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Feature: WiiWareWave Top 5: Most Memorable Antagonists of The Xeno Series!


Villains In A Strange, Foreign Land!

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Whether you love them, or hate them, or love to hate them, these are our top 5 picks for the most memorable antagonists from the entire Xeno franchise! Do be warned, however that several major spoilers are revealed in this article so use caution when reading our list if you haven't played all of the Xeno games yet.


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#5: Id

Id is an alternate personality of the main protagonist of Xenogears, Fei Fong Wong and is incredibly evil and violent, unlike his kind counterpart Fei. When Id takes over Fei his eyes, hair, and skin color completely change. This transformation occurs several times throughout the story and sometimes creates chain reactions so terrible that many innocents perish at his hands, because of his unpredictable appearances and horrificly atrocious bouts of violence we feel that Id deserves a spot on our list!


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#4: Myyah Hawwa

Basically an entity who has lived for many millenia by snatching other people's bodies and using them as her host vessel, she is a very evil and sadistic character in Xenogears who was responsible for the collapse of many civilizations throughout her existence. She is a very manipulative being who pulls many strings to get what she wants. She even took over Fei Fong Wong's mother, Karen Wong, however Karen Managed to overpower her in order to save her son, however in doing so she paid the ultimate price.

Myyah Hawwa's manipulative personality and the fact that she's literally responsible for the deaths of billions of people is why she was chosen as the fourth most memorable character in our list of the most memorable antagonists in the Xeno series!


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#3: Albedo Piazzolla

An artificially created life form and major antagonist in Xenosaga Albedo is the twin brother of Jr. and is an immortal. He enjoys the pain, suffering, and deaths of humans and blames them for his misery of being unable to die. He has destroyed human colonies and towns and is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people. He even despises his own kind for siding with the humans and envies their lack of immortality.

Albedo's frightening nature and the fact that he cannot die is why he was chosen as the third most memorable character in our list!


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#2: Dickson

Dickson is seen as a protagonist during the first two thirds of Xenoblade Chronicles' story, however after Shulk manages to strike a truce between his people and the leader of Mechonis, Dickson betrays him a shoots him in the back, allowing the god of the Bionis, Zanza who possessed Shulk during the group's first visit to Prison Island, unbeknownst to Shulk or anyone else besides Dickson, to emerge.

He later reveals himself as one of Zanza's deciples, and eventually faces off against Shulk, Fiora, and the rest of the group when they revisit Prison Island and when Shulk fatally wounds him he seems rather proud of the fact that Shulk overcame the challenge and surpassed him. His not-so-evil nature at the end of his life is one of the biggest reasons why we chose Dickson as number two in our list of most memorable antagonists in the Xeno series!


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#1: Zanza

Originally a scientist on a space colony orbiting Earth, Zanza started an experiment that destroyed the entire universe! He and his scientific colleague Mayneth were the sole survivors and were reborn as gods in this newly created reality. Originally kind-hearted, he eventually became twisted and began to fear the Homs, and his other creations and so he decided to create a cycle of destruction for those who lived on Bionis "himself".

He later possesses Shulk and even kills Mayneth and the entirety of the Mechonis. He tries to entice Shulk to become his deciple, but Shulk refuses and eventually kills him. The fact that he destoyed the entire universe and kept killing the entirety of the Bionis population time and again is why Zanza was the clear choice to be number one on our most memorable antagonists in the Xeno series list!


There you have it! From Id, to Myyah Hawwa, and Dickson, to Zanza these are the antagonists that really stood out to us in the various Xeno series titles, as always be sure to let us know what you think of our choices in our comment section below!


#Exclusive #Feature #Top5 #WiiWareWave #WiiU #PSX #PS2 #New3DS #XenobladeChronicles #XenoSaga #Xenogears

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Wii U eShop Reviews Hub

Update #3: Reviews Ed-Fu added!
by KeAfan7
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Feature: WiiWareWave Top 5: Most Memorable Protagonists of The Xeno Series!


Foreign Heroes In A Strange Land!


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The Xeno series has been quite popular over the years with 6 unique entries in the JRPG series and the last two being Nintendo exclusive titles. To celebrate the success of Xenoblade Chronicles X's western release, we'll be publishing two Top 5 lists for the series. One for the most memorable protagonists and another for most memorable antagonists! We hope that you enjoy these exclusive features!


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#5: Fei Fong Wong

Fei Fong Wong is the main protagonist in Xenogears. Fei is a very strong-willed character who often suffers from amnesia in the game and has a tendency to completely lose control of himself when his emotions are heightened due to traumatic events or anger. He is a strong fighter who uses "chi" to deal great damage to his enemies.

He has a tragic past that he's unaware of at first and also has a very volatile personality accompanied by apparent split-personality syndrome. Despite all of his issues he still tries his best to help as many people as he can and has a great level of personal growth during the game's story which is why we think that Fei Fong Wong is a deserving character that belongs on our list of most memorable Xeno series protagonists!


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KOS-MOS from Xenosaga is an android developed by the interstellar corporation, Vector Industries. She is designed to act based upon the probability of success and the relevance of a situation to the survival of the human race, however, any threats that endanger Shion Uzuki, one of her creator's, cause KOS-MOS to temporarily ignore these protocols. She seems very sentient and intelligent, however lacks basic emotional traits.

KOS-MOS is mankind's last line of defense against the interstellar threat endangering their existence. She is extremely powerful and capable of transforming her hands and hair into spectacularly overpowered weapons. She also has a forcefield that protects her from most threats. Her kick-butt nature and incredible fight scenes make her a perfect candidate for our list, however her lack of emotions and growth during the Xenosaga titles prevent her from reaching the top three choices for most memorable protagonists in the Xeno series.


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#3: MOMO

MOMO is an artificially created human in Xenosaga known as a Realian. She tends to be very shy and has a crazed fanbase that wishes to either cause her harm or kidnap her during the course of the series. She also shares the traits of a magical girl, wielding magic, and transforming. She appears to be around 12 years old and has a personality to match her looks. Her relationship with her mother and the story behind her creation as well as her personal growth during the series are some of the many reasons why we've chosen her for this top 5 feature!


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#2: Fiora

Fiora is number two on our list because of the unique and well-thought-out storyline regarding her in Xenoblade Chronicles. Those of you who haven't played the game yet and don't want the story of Xenoblade Chronicles to be spoiled, stop reading now!



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#1: Shulk

It should come as no surprise that the Monado-wielding protagonist of Xenoblade Chronicles is our choice for the most memorable Xeno series protagonist as he's easily the most widely known character in the series thanks to his appearance as a playable Smash character in Super Smash Bros. 4!

Shulk is a kick-butt character who comes into possession of the Monado, the only blade in the world capable of destroying the mechon menace bent on destroying the Homs race "essentially Bionis' version of humans" He is a very intelligent and reliable person who rarely gets angry, but when he does he fights with reckless abandon.

He grows alot during the course of the story and eventually makes a world-changing decision that affects the entire universe. The scope of Shulk's importance to the fate of the Bionis and his inclusion in Smash 4 are two big factors as to why we chose him as #1 in our list!


There you have it! This is our list of most memorable protagonists from the Xeno series of games! From the emotionally unstable Fei Fong Wong from Xenogears, to the seriously Kick-butt android KOS-MOS from Xenosaga, and the emotional roller coaster of Fiora from Xenoblade Chronicles, these are some seriously cool and in some cases messed up individuals who ultimately make the right choice to help their respective world's and save the day!

Did you enjoy our exclusive feature? What did you think with our choices? As always be sure to let us know in our comments section below!


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by OrionJZed
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Flight of Indigo Series Hub and Incognes Guidebook - By GeekyGamerZack (POLL NOW OPEN!)

Well, it's that time again, where I unveil the next chapter of the Chromaicora Adventures! The next three series, Mask of Akanius, Shell of Thal and Flight of Indigo, are to be "broadcast" at the same time, with new episodes on different days of the week. Today, though, I thought I'd give you something slightly different. Not only is it the opening scene of the entire series, but it is also a glimpse at an epic encounter towards the end of the major story arc! Enjoy! Wink

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Feature: Our Top 5 Favorite DLC Courses of Mario Kart 8!

The Best of The Best!

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It goes without saying that Nintendo has done an excellent job with the DLC in Mario Kart 8 as it oozes with quality and is quite affordable "especially the bundle with both DLC packs" but which courses do we feel deserve to be in this Top 5 list? Keep reading to find out!

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#5: Cheese Land.

True to its name Cheese Land is a course made completely out of cheese! This course was originally released on Mario Kart: Super Circuit for the GBA and has been drastically updated in Mario Kart 8! Besides the graphical overhaul there are tons of changes to this impressive course. There are new shortcuts and craters that can be used for tricks all over the place. There are now hang-glider ramps and Chain Chomp hazards in the second half of the course as well! The music has been hilariously remixed with squeaking mice added in which will put a smile on your face!

Sadly the Nomadi Mice from the original track that ate away at the course are no longer present, but overall Cheese Land is a fantastic course and that's why it's number 5 on our list!

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#4: Dragon Driftway.

If you're looking for a challenge that will test your drifting skills to the max, look no further than Dragon Driftway! As its name suggests the course is packed full of twists and turns and is a paradise for karters who want to get the most out of their drift boosts. The course has various hazards such us missing railing, grass in the road that'll slow you down, and even a small section of the road is missing in one brief grassy turn near the finish line!

This is a great course that requires serious skill to master, which is why it has made our pick for the 4th best DLC course in Mario Kart 8!

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#3: Mute City.

One of the highlights of the first download pack, Mute City is a high-speed course that is out of this world "literally". The course is based off of the course of the same name in the F-Zero series and is equally as good as well! The course has many speed boosts and corners that will provide even die-hard karters a serious challenge! You also can only earn coins from item boxes and the coin-strips in sections of the track. There is also an incredible shortcut near the end of the course that can cut 10-15 seconds off your lap, but it requires a mushroom or starman to get across.

Overall this is a great crossover stage that any fan of F-Zero will thoroughly enjoy! That's why Mute City has made our list of best MK8 DLC courses!

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#2: Hyrule Circuit.

Number two on our list is none other than Hyrule Circuit a course that takes you across Hyrule Field and then into hyrule castle, and finally will twist through a small canyon before entering Hyrule Field once again! Enemies such as Keeses and Deku Baba's make an appearance on this superb course. Also coins have been cleverly changed into rupees for this course which is a nice touch. There is even a puzzle to solve in Hyrule Castle which if solved unlocks a shortcut!

The music is one of the best aspects of the course. These reasons and more are why this course has made number two on our list of best DLC tracks in Mario Kart 8!

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#1: Big Blue.

Our top pick for the best Mario Kart 8 DLC course is none other than Big Blue! Much like the F-Zero Mute City crossover course from DLC pack 1, Big Blue is a fast-paced track with many twists and turns. The coin panels from the Mute City track are back in this course. Another unique feature of this track are all of the conveyor belt sections which can really speed you up or slow you down depending on your skill of staying on the green section of the conveyor belts.

Staying in the flowing water on the mid-section of the track is also key for getting good race times! The music in this course is also absolutely gorgeous and we'd say that this track might even be the most visually appealing course in the DLC packs! Overall this course is so fun and hectic that we absolutely had to name it our top pick in our Top 5 Mario Kart 8 DLC courses!

What did you think of our choices in this Top 5 feature? Be sure to let us know in our comment section below!

by OrionJZed
on September 24th 2015, 10:44 pm
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Feature: Super Mario Maker Add-On Content We'd Like to See

Our ideas for potential DLC to be included in the Wii U smash hit
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If there's one thing true with many Wii U games of late, it's that the experiences we have with them can be enriched with well-planned add-on content packs. In just the Mario series alone, we saw a full-blown, Luigi-themed expansion game for New Super Mario Bros. U, as well as seven characters (counting the male and female Villagers separately) and 16 additional courses for Mario Kart 8. This means that DLC is almost certainly here to stay.

Super Mario Maker is already a rich experience, with potentially limitless stages that could be created. However, that does not mean there couldn't be new content added to the game at some point which could add a far greater diversity to the experience. To wit, here are our ideas for add-on content which could be added to the game.

Idea #1: Themed Environments
Super Mario Maker already has a full suite of basic stage themes, including Ground, Underground, Water, Airship, Ghost House and Castle, which can be chosen in any of the four game themes included. But many of the diverse environments seen throughout the series are currently missing, which would be a welcome addition to the package. Such themes could include:

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A staple environment since Super Mario Bros. 3, with quicksand traps and strong desert winds!
Included enemies/hazards: Pokey, Angry Sun, Tweester

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Slippery floors and falling snowbanks are just the beginning in this wintry wonderland!
Included enemies: Freezy, Ice Bro

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It's a lush vacation in a tropical setting, but mind the hazards across the sands!
Included allies/enemies: Dolphin, Urchin

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Avoid the poisonous purple waters by catching a lift on Dorrie's back!
Included allies/enemies: Dorrie, Scuttlebug, Skeeter

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A platforming adventure underneath a starry sky!
Included enemies: Chargin' Chuck, Swooper, Boomerang Bro

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Climb the cliffs and jagged peaks, but watch out for rolling rocks!
Included enemies/hazards: Boom Boom, Thwimp, Boulder

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Traverse the fluffy skies, but watch your step as it's a long way down!
Included enemies/hazards: Flyin' Hammer Bro, Fwoosh

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Flames fall from the sky, and the ground crumbles beneath your feet!
Included enemies: Fire Snake, Fire Bro

Idea #2: New Game Themes
We already have four complete themes based on past classics including Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World and New Super Mario Bros. U. One thing which would help enrich the diversity of courses on offer would be to provide variations of these game themes, effectively doubling the number of game styles without needing to adjust things like jumping physics or enemy behaviour:

Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
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A variation of the Super Mario Bros. theme, this would be a retexture of environments and certain enemies to match the style of the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2, aka Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels.

Super Mario All-Stars
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This second variation of the Super Mario Bros. theme would reskin the levels and remix the music and sound effects in the 16-Bit style of the Super Mario All-Stars version of Super Mario Bros.

Super Mario Advance 4
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A reskin of the Super Mario Bros. 3 theme to match the style and sounds seen in its Super Mario All-Stars and Game Boy Advance versions.

New Super Mario Bros. Wii
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A retooling of the New Super Mario Bros. U theme with backgrounds and music from the Wii entry in the series.

Idea #3: New Ice Flower Power-Up
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With just a simple shake, the objects you place in stages can change into an alternative form. A minor update could allow a second use of the Fire Flower by changing into an Ice Flower, diversifying the number of power-ups without taking up a slot in the object menu.

With these options added to the tools, the sheer potential of created courses would be unprecedented. What did you think of this list? What content would you like to see added to the game? Be sure to leave a comment below!

Big thanks to Super Mario Wiki for the images!
by OrionJZed
on August 25th 2015, 6:21 am
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Crystals of Silveria - A Series by GamerZack87

Episode 14: Emily’s Homecoming


by OrionJZed
on May 31st 2015, 6:17 pm
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Power Rangers Mushroom Force - A Series by GamerZack87

Episode 2: Seeing Red




by OrionJZed
on May 23rd 2015, 9:35 pm
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Power Rangers Mushroom Force - A Series by GamerZack87

Episode 1: The Mushroom Force Initiative




by OrionJZed
on May 2nd 2015, 9:19 pm
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Topic: Matter of Opinion: Could the Fabled "NintenPhone" Be Around the Corner?
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Matter of Opinion: Could the Fabled "NintenPhone" Be Around the Corner?

It's official: Nintendo has announced a partnership with DeNA, revealing a top-secret project with the codename "NX". Many suspect that Nintendo will soon become a competitor in the mobile market, but could this really be the case? After all, Nintendo is best known as a video game company, even though they made their start in other fields. We asked some random individuals their opinion on this hot new topic.

#1: What's your opinion on Nintendo's new "NX" project?

Garlic-scented anti-hero: Wha? Why do you keep asking me these ridiculous questions?

Female primate celebrity: Oh, come on, that topic is so last season! You're as withered as that old fool, Cranky Kong.

Old fool, Cranky Kong: Oh, she is gonna get it from me! I'll make her play 40 straight hours of Donkey Kong Jr. Math, I will! THEN we'll see who's an "old fool"! HAHAHAHAHA! Nobody messes with ol' Cr[NAME REMOVED]ong! Mad

Random Toad (I'm...pretty sure we haven't interviewed this one before...): As long as it lets me catch up on episodes of Toad Force V: Against the Shroobopolis, I'm okay with it.

Green-clad, cartoonish hero: Huh? Hyaah! Hyuh! WAAAAAAAH! Nngh... Hup! Heheh! ^_^

#2: What would you like to see in a possible "Nintendo Phone"?

Johtoese monster tamer: Oh man, what WOULDN'T I like to see? A map of the entire Johto Region, A built-in radio which picks up interdimensional stations and weird signals from strange devices, and customisable plates a la the New Nintendo 3DS!

Reigning monarch of...Salsaland? Surely that can't be a real place!: I call my friend Lu[NAME REMOVED]igi every day! I still remember the time he saved my kingdom from the evil alien Tatang[NAME REMOVED]atanga! Except he was wearing red at the time, and now he's in green...wait, was that even him who saved me?!

Sentient childlike robot: Well, I destroy evil robots all the time, but it's always a pain to contact my dad whenever I need assistance. I can't even remember his name half the time...I think it's Dr. O'Lay...or Dr. Shbright...I've been destroyed by spikes and rebuilt so often it's hard to remember certain things. But I remember who I am! I'm...Mega Boy! Or Astro Rock...? Proto Bass? Wait, that's a talking fish...

#3: Finally, do you have any questions you'd like to ask us?

Garlic-scented anti-hero: Just one: Why do you keep asking me these ridiculous questions! (bites garlic clove) It'fh mwidifufous! *MUNCH*

Random Toad (this is the same one as before, which might have actually been one from the first MoO...hey! "Matter of Opinion" shortens to "MoO"! Like a cow!): Do you mean about the phone? Or your show? Cause I have, like, over 9,000 questions about your show! Question 1: What is up with the host's accent? Question 2: Can you introduce me to Garlic-scented anti-hero? He's, like, my hero! Oops, pardon the pun! Question the Third...

Well, it seems that we have learned quite a lot about the opinions of ordinary folk like yourselves relating to Project NX. Tune in next time for a brand-new Matter of Opinion! victory
by OrionJZed
on April 6th 2015, 6:59 am
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Neowalker - A Magic: The Gathering Adventure


by OrionJZed
on March 28th 2015, 2:21 am
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Topic: Matter of Opinion: WiiWareWave's Anniversary the Talk of the Town?
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Matter of Opinion: WiiWareWave's Anniversary the Talk of the Town?

WiiWareWave turns 4 today, which is quite a good age for a breakout Nintendo fan community. But just how popular is it? We sent our roving reporter out into the world to hear what others have to say about this momentous event.

Birthday Wishes

#1: So WiiWareWave turns 4 today...

Garlic-scented anti-hero: WiiWareWave?

Pokémon Trainer "Rad": Oh yeah, I visited that page once. Very friendly community of fellow Trainers. You said "Charivalley Forums", right?

Distinguished penguin monarch: Oh yeah, that page's tagline is hilarious! "Ride the Wave"? Only a genius of my level could come up with that!

Disgruntled elderly primate: Webforums? Feh! In my day, we got all our news from magazines such as Nintendo Courage! I got some good tips from that publication, you know! I never would have beaten StarTropics without their advice to dip the manual in water. You'd be lucky to get so much as a cheat code on a "webforum"!

Toad (Okay, I think it's the third one from the previous episode): I think WiiWareWave is brilliant! There's one member...[NAME REMOVED], I think...who wrote this one article that made me think, Wow, this is one game I HAVE to get! It was the first time I bought a game at launch, but New Toad Force V 3D is still one of my favourite games!

#2: So have you ever visited WiiWareWave in the past?

Distinguished penguin monarch: Uh...yeah, we just established that I've been to that site. Now, will one o' you Waddle Dees bring me some grub?

Red-capped space frog: Well, my Arwing's been wrecked by some fire-breathing turtle monster, but someone told me that a lady in an aqua dress can help me get back to my team. Can you help me find her ple-

Popular moustachioed hero: If you look closely in the background of-a the header, you can see me riding a Yoshi! Finally, [NAME REMOVED] is-a famous!

#3: Do you have any wellwishes for WiiWareWave and its community?

Tyrannical turtle tyrant: -and so I set fire to his ship! It was hilarious, you should've been there!...huh? WiiWareWave? Oh yeah, it's good, whatever. Anyway, have you ever seen a frog scream so loud? I was laughing so hard, I nearly sh-

Spiky blue mammal: -adow was telling me about WiiWareWave just last week. He said, "Check it out, I think you'll like it." So I did, and boy, was I impressed or what? Any website with a blue colour scheme is one I can get behind! And now they're celebrating their FOURTH ANNIVERSARY?! Good on them!

Popular moustachioed hero: I can relate to WiiWareWave, for just like-a me, they struggled to be recognised by the public. Every new web community needs to find their true strength in order to blossom into a full-fledged and recognised part of the Internet. WiiWareWave has proven to be a site truly deserving of its place and-a rank, with a friendly and active entourage of members and dedicated staff members adding new content on a regular basis. Here's hoping that more people visit in the near-a future and continue to grow WiiWareWave.

Well, there you have it. WiiWareWave has extended its reach beyond humble beginnings and become an important community on the internet. But what's your opinion? Be sure to leave a comment below.
by OrionJZed
on March 15th 2015, 10:03 pm
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Topic: Matter of Opinion: Product Shortage Hype
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Matter of Opinion: Product Shortage Hype

Here at WiiWareWave, we're not afraid to explore the opinions of others relating to what's going on in the world of Nintendo. One such issue we face as Nintendo fans is the repeated shortages of popular items such as the GameCube Controller Adapter for Wii U and the ever-collectable amiibo range. To that end, we went out and found random individuals to interview relating to this topic.

#1: What's your opinion of amiibo?

Popular moustachioed hero: Oh, amiibo is-a wonderful!

Toad: They're these cool little toys which look like all these different characters.

Toad (not the same one, a different one): But the best part is that you can use them in games!

Reigning tyrant of a sizeable kingdom: I use my amiibo to totally SMASH that stupid plumber every time! I call him Li'l [NAME REMOVED]. He's like my personal minion who always does as he's told and never answers back. Plus, he reminds me of myself, heh.

Reigning monarch of a sizeable kingdom: You really grow attached to your amiibo. I would shudder to think of what might happen if I ever lost him. Oh, Ma-

Popular moustachioed hero: Mine are all Lv. 50! My brother has a LOT of-a catching up to do!

Less-popular moustachioed hero: Mine are-a Lv. 25. But, slow and-a steady wins-a the race.

#2: Have you been able to find all the amiibo you want?

Garlic-scented anti-hero: Ah, a very big question, eh?

Toad (different to the first two): Are you kidding?! I don't think there's a Toad in the kingdom who has every single amiibo! I consider myself lucky to have found the handful I own, even if it IS only 374 of them.

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Less-popular moustachioed hero: I have two amiibo. That's all I need to be happy.

Popular moustachioed hero: I HAVE ALL THE amiibo! HAHAHAHAHAAAAAAA! (throws amiibo into the air, which slowly rain down)

Toad (another different one...I'm seriously losing count): But my prized possession is this Wii Fit Trainer, which cost me 50 big ones on Wway.co.mk.

Toad (okay, let's just say that every Toad in this interview's unique): The fact that people are low enough to buy up all the most popular characters and then charge World 8-4 for them on Wway is a joke! No way I want to support those people!

Garlic-scented anti-hero: Well, the act of reselling amiibo in this fashion is pretty low, like, "bottom-of-the-DK-barrel" low...

Pirate captain who noone in this age remembers: People automatically accuse ME, not to mention my entire B- [NAME REMOVED] -g, of supporting these resellers! But let me tell you, the B- [NAME REMOVED] -ugar gang does NOT support that garlic-breathing, flatulent-

Garlic-scented anti-hero: ...but I still like to do a few "resales" on Wway.co.mk, a division of WarioWare, Inc., to fund my business. Don't tell anyone I said that, though. (winks)

Toad (another...well, actually, that's the second one again): I'll admit that I was tempted to buy a rare Toad amiibo on Wway, but then I realised that 100 Coins is just too much for something which only costs 10 at retail. Shameful, Wway. How could you condone these resellers' actions?

Less-popular moustachioed hero: I may only have-a two amiibo, and they may be a relatively low-a level, but I am lucky to have them both. Still, congratulations to my-a younger brother, Lu- [NAME REMOVED] -gi, for his dedication to collecting all-a the amiibo. He deserves a chance to excel at-a something. victory

#3: Lastly, is there anything you'd like to say about how you'd fix the shortage and resale problems?

Toad (okay, this one's an ACTUAL toad, with green skin and a stylish cap): Uh...can you tell me how to get back to Cornerian airspace? I think I took a wrong turn when that orange spacecraft nearly crashed into my Arw-

So there you have it. These are the opinions of just a handful of interviewees on the street, but what's your opinion? Be sure to share your thoughts in our comments section below. So until next time, have fun with your amiibo!  Oh, and...uh...could anybody trade me their Nintendo Network IDs? I'd like to play online sometime. Mine is Ga- [USERNAME REMOVED] -k87. See you online!

This interview has been brought to you by Wway, the Mushroom World's online source for everything, from amiibo to Toad Force V action figures, and even officially-licensed products from WarioWare, Inc.! Wway, we have stuff!
by OrionJZed
on March 2nd 2015, 1:24 am
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Topic: Transformers Discussion
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Transformers Discussion

I just added a poll to this thread! You can vote for your favourite Beast Warriors in a series of successive polls, which will reveal the favourite overall character of the members of WiiWareWave. The one which wins will be used in my avatar and mentioned in my signature. Have fun voting!

EDIT: I'll reveal the schedule below. Each poll will run for a short time, so be sure to vote!

#1: Favourite original cast member

#2: Favourite Series 1 Character

#3: Favourite Series 2 Character

#4: Favourite Fuzor

#5: Favourite Transmetal

#6: Favourite Transmetal 2

#7: Favourite Classic-series Transformers Combiner Character
by KeAfan7
on January 29th 2015, 7:56 pm
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The Video Game Character Alphabet

In this game we'll loop through the Alphabet from A-Z in an infinite loop using characters from video games! Here is an example of how it will work:

Post #1: Axel. (Kingdom Hearts)
Post #2: Bubsy. (Bubsy)
Post #3: Crono. (Chrono Trigger)

etc. etc.

It's a new twist on the old Video Games Alphabet thread. Wink

Edit: You can use the names of protagonists, antagonists, enemies, npc's, etc. Wink

I'll start off!

Albel Noxx. (Star Ocean: Till The End of Time)
by OrionJZed
on December 15th 2014, 3:43 pm
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DungeonWave: The Shards of Borealia

Awesome! We have our five players then. Smile

@Kain @Rukiafan @Amufungal Don't forget to vote for your preferred #DungeonWave setting(s). Details are in posts #2 and #3. Wink
by OrionJZed
on January 30th 2014, 4:23 pm
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Topic: Crystals of Silveria - A Series by GamerZack87
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Crystals of Silveria - A Series by GamerZack87

Episode 3: Bright Lights, Big Citadel

There’s magic in them thar city!


Episode 4: The Shrouding Storm

by OrionJZed
on May 11th 2013, 4:16 pm
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Topic: Crystals of Silveria - A Series by GamerZack87
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Crystals of Silveria - A Series by GamerZack87

Episode 1: The Seventh Crystal, Part I


Let the tale commence!


Episode 2: The Seventh Crystal, Part II


by KeAfan7
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Forum Rules

Here are our updated forum rules so read them carefully


#1 Be nice! Don't flame, bash other people, or troll on the forums

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#3 Don't spam a topic that has already been created, if you can find it on the first two pages the topic will be locked and a link to the previously posted topic will be posted. There is a caveat however, as topics that exceed 1000 posts are automatically split and most of the previous topic's posts are archived so if this happens it is okay to have multiple instances of the thread, but only one active thread in the topic can be open at any given time.


#1 No discussion about Homebrew or any other illegal devices being used to cheat will be tolerated and posting such info will likely get you a warning and continued posts may lead to being banned!

#2 Even though Action Replay and Gameshark are technically legal, we don't want to endorse the use of said devices as they can brick your system so don't post codes for those devices please.

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