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Author:   Excalibur
Date:   Oct 17, 06 at 7:25pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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€ - Sunken State is generally not always a good skill, suppose an enemy corners you and the reaction activates, the enemy NPC will still remain in that spot, unable to actually target the character but still keep immobilized



Author:   Shadow Rue
Date:   Oct 18, 06 at 12:08am (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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quote Excalibur
€ - Sunken State is generally not always a good skill, suppose an enemy corners you and the reaction activates, the enemy NPC will still remain in that spot, unable to actually target the character but still keep immobilized
The enemy is stupid. They will presume you have left the map, and turn and face elsewhere, leaving their back or sides exposed, making a perfect counter attack. It will also effectively gurantee you safety from any other enemies on the map.
Then, when comes time to counter attack, you can attack your opponent, and your opponent can do absolutely nothing to you, because you're invisible. It's essentially a 100% risk free attack.



Author:   Agrias
Date:   Oct 18, 06 at 3:25pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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I agree with him..but it's diferent on hard levels like the one in limbery casttle...



Author:   Shadow Rue
Date:   Oct 18, 06 at 11:57pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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Tell it to my Ramza, who can bushwhack any mother*bleep*er stupid enough to make him invisible.



Author:   am3930
Date:   Oct 20, 06 at 9:26pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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Is this kind of thread going to show up everytime someone discovers something that isn't very good? The only actual advantage that could really give would be with situations in which ether the attacker or the target are low on HP. You might as well just go with any other counter.



Author:   Shadow Rue
Date:   Oct 21, 06 at 11:41am (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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My point exactly. Sunken State for the win.



Author:   UltimatehunterX
Date:   Oct 28, 06 at 4:13pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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But sunken state only works for one turn



Author:   Agrias
Date:   Oct 28, 06 at 4:32pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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Yes it's nothing special...



Author:   Shadow Rue
Date:   Oct 29, 06 at 10:58pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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quote UltimatehunterX
But sunken state only works for one turn
And it works almost every time you get hit.

It's still better than crap like Hamedo.



Author:   am3930
Date:   Oct 30, 06 at 9:52pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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What dose it matter? We get the picture.



Author:   Shadow Rue
Date:   Oct 31, 06 at 1:19am (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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Sunken State for the win! Woohoo!



Author:   am3930
Date:   Oct 31, 06 at 2:03am (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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What win? I wasn't aware of any competition. So far we've just confirmed that Hamedo sucks.



Author:   Shadow Rue
Date:   Nov 01, 06 at 12:50am (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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... Are you defying me?



Author:   am3930
Date:   Nov 01, 06 at 5:07pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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No, defying implys that you had power in the first place.



Author:   Shadow Rue
Date:   Nov 02, 06 at 12:42am (PST)
Subject:   re: Hamedo Sucks!
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I've killed men for less than that, punk.


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