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#56 - Alright, I'll stop being a dick. Awakening is a bit of a bitch…  [+] (1 new reply) 19 minutes ago on ron emblem +1
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#57 - takesgu (8 minutes ago) [-]
That was actually pretty helpful. I usually just perform the blitz strategy and try to pick off enemies before they're a threat. Maybe I need more tanky units. I usually have a lot of swordmaster/assassin-type units when they're available. I also use a lot of hybrid units. Are those any good? And, what purpose to cavalry units even serve if they're just worse than flying units? Also, I'm planning for My Unit in Fates to be a hero, since I love their new aesthetic. Is that a good/bad idea?
#54 - Nope. Took Ephraim every time. I hated Erika. 44 minutes ago on ron emblem 0
#53 - Or you know, you could just not **** up like a retard all the …  [+] (3 new replies) 50 minutes ago on ron emblem 0
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#55 - takesgu (28 minutes ago) [-]
Yeah, maybe that stuff is simple if you've played strategy games for a long time. My problem is when like forty thousand enemy troops all gang up on one unit on the same turn. Sometimes it is me being dumb, but sometimes the first square where enemies aggro you is within range of a fuckton of units. That, and then there's random bullshit you can't really do anything for, like enemy units getting crits with silver weapons, or groups of enemies spawning right on your ass with no warning.
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#56 - thewhitezombie (19 minutes ago) [-]
Alright, I'll stop being a dick. Awakening is a bit of a bitch, mostly because they are trying to force the team up down your throat. If that is the game you are referring to, don't even bother stacking up. It's not necessary except on Lunatic. The key for fire emblem is that it is a turn based game, so you are allowed to take time and plan your moves carefully. Honestly, the best formation you can get is a shoulder to shoulder line, where each character only has one accessible square in front of them. This is especially useful when there are choke points, or natural obstacles you can use to shorten the line.

The best units to hold the line are Knights/Generals, Fighters/Warriors, mercenaries/heroes. Those sorts of troops. Generals have high defense, warriors have high health, heroes are decent defense and decent health. Never send a single unit off alone, unless it's completely unavoidable, there is a one-square chokepoint, or you have a complete over leveled badass.

Bring an extra healer instead of a mage, and class up your healers for your magic dps. Healing is far more important than ranged damage. Use flying units instead of cavalry, they are far more effective in the hit and run niche.

But the biggest thing is controlling the battle line. Don't over extend yourself, and keep a formation which allows you to control where you meet the enemy.
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#57 - takesgu (8 minutes ago) [-]
That was actually pretty helpful. I usually just perform the blitz strategy and try to pick off enemies before they're a threat. Maybe I need more tanky units. I usually have a lot of swordmaster/assassin-type units when they're available. I also use a lot of hybrid units. Are those any good? And, what purpose to cavalry units even serve if they're just worse than flying units? Also, I'm planning for My Unit in Fates to be a hero, since I love their new aesthetic. Is that a good/bad idea?
#49 - Then don't pick her route? Ephraim's is far more interesting.  [+] (2 new replies) 1 hour ago on ron emblem 0
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#51 - sirrawrsalot (1 hour ago) [-]
Yeah, but you've played them both havent you?
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#54 - thewhitezombie (44 minutes ago) [-]
Nope. Took Ephraim every time. I hated Erika.
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#47 - Oh, I know it wasn't good. But it wasn't hard. Why would you e…  [+] (4 new replies) 1 hour ago on ron emblem 0
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#48 - sirrawrsalot (1 hour ago) [-]
Not exactly a choice, She's kinda stuck as your protaganist if you pick her route, also she's useless in her route, because she'll get dicked on every time at the port city, At least if you pick her brother she can die and you won't have to care anymore.
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#49 - thewhitezombie (1 hour ago) [-]
Then don't pick her route? Ephraim's is far more interesting.
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#51 - sirrawrsalot (1 hour ago) [-]
Yeah, but you've played them both havent you?
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#54 - thewhitezombie (44 minutes ago) [-]
Nope. Took Ephraim every time. I hated Erika.
#42 - Sacred stones is literally the easiest fire emblem ever made. …  [+] (11 new replies) 2 hours ago on ron emblem 0
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#52 - takesgu (1 hour ago) [-]
Look, we both know that the only difference between Casual and Normal is that on Normal you're gonna save every turn and save-scum your units back to life after they get OHKO'd by a 1% chance critical while on Casual you're not gonna have to go to the trouble. Casual is literally just "I don't want to waste time" Mode.
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#53 - thewhitezombie (50 minutes ago) [-]
Or you know, you could just not fuck up like a retard all the time. Don't put your weak fragile units out in front, get some decent strategy, use the weapon triangle, and don't suck. Honesty, I'd forgotten mid-battle saving was even an option now, because I don't use it.

Unless you are playing on Lunatic, you really shouldn't be having problems.
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#55 - takesgu (28 minutes ago) [-]
Yeah, maybe that stuff is simple if you've played strategy games for a long time. My problem is when like forty thousand enemy troops all gang up on one unit on the same turn. Sometimes it is me being dumb, but sometimes the first square where enemies aggro you is within range of a fuckton of units. That, and then there's random bullshit you can't really do anything for, like enemy units getting crits with silver weapons, or groups of enemies spawning right on your ass with no warning.
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#56 - thewhitezombie (19 minutes ago) [-]
Alright, I'll stop being a dick. Awakening is a bit of a bitch, mostly because they are trying to force the team up down your throat. If that is the game you are referring to, don't even bother stacking up. It's not necessary except on Lunatic. The key for fire emblem is that it is a turn based game, so you are allowed to take time and plan your moves carefully. Honestly, the best formation you can get is a shoulder to shoulder line, where each character only has one accessible square in front of them. This is especially useful when there are choke points, or natural obstacles you can use to shorten the line.

The best units to hold the line are Knights/Generals, Fighters/Warriors, mercenaries/heroes. Those sorts of troops. Generals have high defense, warriors have high health, heroes are decent defense and decent health. Never send a single unit off alone, unless it's completely unavoidable, there is a one-square chokepoint, or you have a complete over leveled badass.

Bring an extra healer instead of a mage, and class up your healers for your magic dps. Healing is far more important than ranged damage. Use flying units instead of cavalry, they are far more effective in the hit and run niche.

But the biggest thing is controlling the battle line. Don't over extend yourself, and keep a formation which allows you to control where you meet the enemy.
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#57 - takesgu (8 minutes ago) [-]
That was actually pretty helpful. I usually just perform the blitz strategy and try to pick off enemies before they're a threat. Maybe I need more tanky units. I usually have a lot of swordmaster/assassin-type units when they're available. I also use a lot of hybrid units. Are those any good? And, what purpose to cavalry units even serve if they're just worse than flying units? Also, I'm planning for My Unit in Fates to be a hero, since I love their new aesthetic. Is that a good/bad idea?
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#45 - sirrawrsalot (2 hours ago) [-]
Sacred Stones also has alot of garbage units... its more about the fact that Erika takes more effort to be mediocre compared to the hard-carries that other lords get to be with equal investment
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#47 - thewhitezombie (1 hour ago) [-]
Oh, I know it wasn't good. But it wasn't hard. Why would you ever use Erika?
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#48 - sirrawrsalot (1 hour ago) [-]
Not exactly a choice, She's kinda stuck as your protaganist if you pick her route, also she's useless in her route, because she'll get dicked on every time at the port city, At least if you pick her brother she can die and you won't have to care anymore.
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#49 - thewhitezombie (1 hour ago) [-]
Then don't pick her route? Ephraim's is far more interesting.
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#51 - sirrawrsalot (1 hour ago) [-]
Yeah, but you've played them both havent you?
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#54 - thewhitezombie (44 minutes ago) [-]
Nope. Took Ephraim every time. I hated Erika.
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