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  1. DarkAura
    06-19-2014 08:24 PM
    Yeah, my activity can be blamed to my 3DS. It can't go on multiple pages, so I spend a few minutes on one site, another few on another, twelve days a day on, etc., etc.. That, and it's a crapshoot on keeping it on, as sometimes it turns off suddenly. Basically, I'm active, and I'm not.

    I've been good! Bored, but that's summer for you! I seriously wish I had a pool nearby. That'd probably give me something to do. You?

    Yikes. You might want to get that virus checked out.
  2. DarkAura
    06-19-2014 08:14 PM
    Maybe it's because we're closer in age than other members? We're both fourteen, after all (and I'm older than you by three months, ha ha!). We still should talk more, though.
  3. DarkAura
    06-19-2014 08:00 PM
    Ah, it's fine! As long as the game's not collecting dust and all, it's perfectly fine!

    ...Huh. Looks like we haven't really talked all that much. Weird. The conversation list doesn't even span a full page!
  4. DarkAura
    06-19-2014 07:55 PM
    I hate to be a bother, but could you start the day phase in Username Mafia? It's been about a week.
  5. Keldeo
    06-19-2014 04:32 AM
    ey QVAL do you still exist?

    Also, nice new name!
  6. I liek Squirtles
    06-17-2014 01:11 AM
    I liek Squirtles
    Okokok i'm back

    now tell me everything that has happened in the last half month on tcod
  7. Black Yoshi
    06-13-2014 12:41 AM
    Black Yoshi
    My art teacher organized a student trip to Europe. Tomorrow I leave for Paris, and Rome soon after
  8. BOOM! Headshot
    06-07-2014 11:21 PM
    BOOM! Headshot
    When Tingle first showed up in Majora's Mask, he had a few lines which seriously bugged most of the Zelda fandom outside of Japan. To be honest, Japan is about the only place where he's liked and taken in the context he was meant to be taken. Everywhere else, he seems to be a bit...

    Hmm. 'Unpopular' is the correct word for this, but it understates the venom which accompanied his debut. It's unfortunate, but there you are. I tend to refer to Tingle in the same vein as a Tolkien fan might refer to Sauron, simply because I find the reaction of most hard-core zelda fans hilarious.

    Okay. Zelda has a -bit- of humour, but it doesn't centre around the main characters for very long, if at all. You certainly don't get Issun referring to the priestess and her wonderful bouncing friends in the middle of an otherwise serious plotline. At no point do any of the minor mooks you fight turn around and smack their own behinds at you, as if inviting you to take a shot, for example.

    Ah, Lorule. I will assume that Hilda of Lorule has already given you her introduction to this shadow of Hyrule. You should know that if you want to get to most places in Lorule, you'll have to find a crack in reality to take you back to Hyrule and travel to the corresponding place in Hyrule before finding another crack to take you back to Lorule.
    The broom can travel through dimensions and take you to any place in Lorule, so long as you've found a weather vane, so don't be afraid to use the bell.

    Have you found Mother Mai(however you spell her name), the weird octopus-whelk thing? If you have, and you find her scattered children, she'll power up your weapons for you. Some tips for this:
    Children stuck to the walls need to be pushed, rather than pulled. You need some way of slipping between them and the wall.
    Children on the rooves in Kakariko need to be reached with a cucco from a high place.
    Children on top of a pillar need to be knocked off somehow. Perhaps there's a way to run at something and jolt it at high speed?
    Invisible children might be using the terrain to hide. Perhaps they're stuck, like some kind of shell-wearing cat?

    Lastly, if you want the Sand Rod, it's hidden somewhere in Lorule's version of Kakariko Village. You'll need to listen to a song to gain access to the place you need to be. You should power it up by doing someone a favour before you tackle the desert. If you don't, your sand pillars will crumble before you finish doing what you need to do.

    I think that's all the hints you need for now...

    Oh! Hang on. There's a man in Kakariko Village who likes bees. He'll give you 50 Rupees every time you catch one and give it to him, or 300 Rupees for a Golden Bee. Don't go buying stuff from Lorule; the shops there will try and rip you off.

    And -that's- all the hints I think you need for now. There's a few things you can pick up from hidden chests in dungeons which can let you power up the Master Sword, so leave no chest unturned. But that's more relevent when you get on a bit further.
  9. Mewmic
    06-05-2014 03:27 PM
    I actually haven't played Fire Emblem, except for a bit of Awakening, so I can't really compare it to Bravely Default.

    There are actually different Mega Man series, and I guess each series is like...kinda an alternate universe? I'unno how to explain it.
  10. Flora
    06-04-2014 07:01 PM

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