The problem is not her at all, it's the level and getting her out of it. Griffons everywhere, which all my Archers combined could feasibly destroy but they're everywhere, and then from the left side I get bumrushed by Bow Knights and Paladins. My own party has troubles with it.
As an aside, and this is probably going to show how effective my playstyle is, if I reclass how does my level on that character stand? I want to do this first playthrough without reclassing (aka without Second Seals) because it just feels like a more natural Fire Emblem to me, but it seems like the more I hear about it the more I'm shooting myself in the foot. Reclassing just affects my stat caps, and the stat growths remain the same for the given character, correct? And if I reclass does my level remain the same but for the next class?
Reclassing is more for skill benefit than anything else. I barely bother with it unless I max the first promotion.
Hey guys I've totally played Fire Emblem games before. ._.
2. Stat growths are a character's base growth + that class' growths. So for instance Donnel's base growths are always: 50 45 15 40 45 80 35 15
The villager's growths are: 35 10 0 5 5 10 5
So as a villager he will have 85 55 26 40 50 85 45 20 (+20 across the board if he has Aptitude on)
3. Reclassing resets your level, always.
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I was looking into getting Fire Emblem: Awakening for the 3DS (reviews for this seem to be insanely good), but I've never played a Fire Emblem game before and I'm wondering if that's going to be a problem considering possible ongoing storylines.
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I've been playing Path of Radiance lately (finally got a copy of it), and I have a question. I unfortunately missed the Base Conversation which earns you Sothe. I don't have any backup files or anything; getting him would be a matter of completely restarting the game. This is my first playthrough. Should I start a whole new playthrough and try to get him, or just keep going?
Also, does Sothe get Radiant Dawn bonuses? I'm wondering if he's really worth it in PoR.
If I'm remembering correctly, Sothe is next to useless in PoR.
In that case, I'll just use another unit in RD rather than Sothe. Thanks! I'm at Chapter 14 ("Training") in Path of Radiance at the moment, and I'm really enjoying the game so far. I actually played RD first (availability issue), and I really enjoy this game more - it's easier to be interested in what's going on, rather than the bleak mood that RD begins with.Even so, he has next to no relation to the PoR storyline and there are no indicators of much regarding the RD storyline in PoR. If you're using him for stats, eh. In PoR he's useless but he'll become worthwhile, and then if you're using him for story relevance there is hardly any in PoR.
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I don't know why, but I seem to like fighting the gaiden DLC characters over and over, even if I recruited them already.
....Even to the point I want to buy a import copy of FE gaiden for my NES