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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from KevinBab in Roleplay Wars   
    Silver laughed a little. "I have no idea where Twilight Town, well, is.The way it works- there are these worlds, each based around place. There's Hollow Bastion, The World That Never Was, Traverse Town, etc. They all kinda float in some sort of space-oblivion." Silver looked to the fight far away, and noticed it was getting more intense. Silver flashed back to his older memories- the fight against his old allies, the Organization. He suddenly wondered where Kiru and Moon were.
     
    "So...." Silver began, "Where are you from, Lacey?"
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Josuke Higashikata in The Roleplayers   
    i have over 300 hours in this game
     
    all i do is roleplay
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    Silvia Kuroi reacted to Geralt in If you could pick any platform to play Kingdom Hearts 3 on, which would you choose?   
    PC definitely. I mean why the heck not? It would look and play so nice. And if it were available on PC the franchise would be open to so many more people. Might gain a lot more fans.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from KHUndertaleFan25 in Guess the members above you favorite thing!   
    You love to ship!
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    Silvia Kuroi reacted to Dave in Fight Me.   
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Joker in im new here but been kh fan my whole life :)   
    'Ello! If informaion on Kingdom Hearts 3D is what you want, you've come to the right place.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from twilakc18 in KH13 is almost like a dating site.   
    One thing I've noticed recently is how many people have gotten together through KH13- often falling in love and what not. I find this amazing- that KH13 is such a close-knit community that we're comfortable enough to fall in love with one another- even if we're somewhat far apart. It's been happening quite a bit (Not that I mind, I find it rather sweet), and it really shows something.
    So yeah, KH13 is nearly a dating site now.
     
    But, congrats to you all that have fallen in love through KH13, hope it goes well for you all.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from sEUpernova in Fire Emblem Fates castle address exchange thread   
    My castle is:
     
    08418-60331-84938-28506
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Ultimus Grid in The Roleplayers   
    I was hoping this would be a great reunion after like a month of nothing happening here
     
    I was wrong
     
    And this reminds me I need to check out the GoT forum BRB YUFFIE
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from EchoFox23* in Review of Fire Emblem Fates (Birthright)   
    So I've done a bit more than five hours of Birthright so far, so i thought I might try and give a review of my experience with the game so far. Now, I have not played Conquest, and now only parts of what it involves, but I will still likely compare Birthright with Conquest based on what I DO know.
     
    Essentially, Fire Emblem Fates is the latest addition to the Fire Emblem series, following Awakening's commercial success and intense popularity world-wide, most especially America. This time, however, Fates is split up into two games: Birthright and Conquest.
     
    The story behind each is that you are a Hosidan noble (think Japanese royalty) that was taken in by the Nohr royalty (think British feudal lords) at a young age. Each game serves as a "fate" for you; do you go with your blood family, your birthright, or do you go with your adopted family, the one on the conquest?
     
    The choice you make defines the game you play, so if you buy Conquest, you'll need to buy Birthright (as half-off DLC) if you wish to play the other storyline.
     
    Birthright is designed to be the easier of the two games, which is something much needed for a gal like me, who absolutely sucks at tactical RPGs. Hence why I chose it, and not Conquest, which is designed for the veterans amongst veterans. 
     
    Graphics and combat are similar to Awakening, though I feel that in Fates, going from your overhead view to combat is a bit quicker, and creates a fluid motion of zooming in and out. I wish the maps were a bit more variable though, as generally they're flat, with the general objective being "rout the enemy".
     
    Still, Fates looks amazing, with the combat animations still looking as stellar as ever, and those gorgeous 3D-rendered cutscenes coming back in all their beauty. 
     
    The sound design, in particular, is pretty fantastic. Birthright features a ton of Japanese-inspired tunes, all of which I find to be quite stellar in their own right. It's so great to hear a soft theme as you guide your units along in battle, only for it to kick up into a proper battle theme once you attack an enemy.
     
    I won't go too much into the story, but so far I've found it to be fairly decent, with the dialogue as fantastic as ever. There might not be a Frederick to serve at Chrom's every whim, but there's definitely some good replacements in this game.
     
    Naturally, and speaking of some characters, Supports come back even stronger this time, with new ways for units to support one another, and of course, the children units have been added. The implementation is fairly poor story-wise, but I'm still happy to have a Kistune daughter along with a Kitsune husband.
     
    The greatest addition, likely, has to be the "My Castle" feature; the general world hub that you can upgrade as you go about your battles, which serves as your place to purchase new items, chat with your allies, and interact with other players via Streetpass and Spotpass. I've enjoyed it, as it's the center for more dialogue and condenses all the shops into one place.
     
     As someone whose never been a huge fan of tactical-RPGs, I've had a blast with Birthright. I'm enjoying it a bit more than Awakening, partly due to lesser difficulty, but moreso due to how much more involved I feel with the world. There feels like there's so much more to do, especially as DLC comes out and the final path, Revelations, comes out next months.
     
    If you're not exactly a great tactician, or just want to romance your waifus and experience the story, Birthright is best for you. Otherwise, if you want more difficulty, map variety, and a greater challenge, go with Conquest.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from littleTSUBAME in Review of Fire Emblem Fates (Birthright)   
    So I've done a bit more than five hours of Birthright so far, so i thought I might try and give a review of my experience with the game so far. Now, I have not played Conquest, and now only parts of what it involves, but I will still likely compare Birthright with Conquest based on what I DO know.
     
    Essentially, Fire Emblem Fates is the latest addition to the Fire Emblem series, following Awakening's commercial success and intense popularity world-wide, most especially America. This time, however, Fates is split up into two games: Birthright and Conquest.
     
    The story behind each is that you are a Hosidan noble (think Japanese royalty) that was taken in by the Nohr royalty (think British feudal lords) at a young age. Each game serves as a "fate" for you; do you go with your blood family, your birthright, or do you go with your adopted family, the one on the conquest?
     
    The choice you make defines the game you play, so if you buy Conquest, you'll need to buy Birthright (as half-off DLC) if you wish to play the other storyline.
     
    Birthright is designed to be the easier of the two games, which is something much needed for a gal like me, who absolutely sucks at tactical RPGs. Hence why I chose it, and not Conquest, which is designed for the veterans amongst veterans. 
     
    Graphics and combat are similar to Awakening, though I feel that in Fates, going from your overhead view to combat is a bit quicker, and creates a fluid motion of zooming in and out. I wish the maps were a bit more variable though, as generally they're flat, with the general objective being "rout the enemy".
     
    Still, Fates looks amazing, with the combat animations still looking as stellar as ever, and those gorgeous 3D-rendered cutscenes coming back in all their beauty. 
     
    The sound design, in particular, is pretty fantastic. Birthright features a ton of Japanese-inspired tunes, all of which I find to be quite stellar in their own right. It's so great to hear a soft theme as you guide your units along in battle, only for it to kick up into a proper battle theme once you attack an enemy.
     
    I won't go too much into the story, but so far I've found it to be fairly decent, with the dialogue as fantastic as ever. There might not be a Frederick to serve at Chrom's every whim, but there's definitely some good replacements in this game.
     
    Naturally, and speaking of some characters, Supports come back even stronger this time, with new ways for units to support one another, and of course, the children units have been added. The implementation is fairly poor story-wise, but I'm still happy to have a Kistune daughter along with a Kitsune husband.
     
    The greatest addition, likely, has to be the "My Castle" feature; the general world hub that you can upgrade as you go about your battles, which serves as your place to purchase new items, chat with your allies, and interact with other players via Streetpass and Spotpass. I've enjoyed it, as it's the center for more dialogue and condenses all the shops into one place.
     
     As someone whose never been a huge fan of tactical-RPGs, I've had a blast with Birthright. I'm enjoying it a bit more than Awakening, partly due to lesser difficulty, but moreso due to how much more involved I feel with the world. There feels like there's so much more to do, especially as DLC comes out and the final path, Revelations, comes out next months.
     
    If you're not exactly a great tactician, or just want to romance your waifus and experience the story, Birthright is best for you. Otherwise, if you want more difficulty, map variety, and a greater challenge, go with Conquest.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Nero Kunivas in The Roleplayers   
    I was hoping this would be a great reunion after like a month of nothing happening here
     
    I was wrong
     
    And this reminds me I need to check out the GoT forum BRB YUFFIE
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Javelin434 in Asuna Cosplay!   
    Good luck with that ship!
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Paranoia in Asuna Cosplay!   
    Heya everyone! Silvia here, unveiling the cosplay I'll be wearing to Katsucon coming up in February. It's Asuna Yuuki, from my favorite anime Sword Art Online.
     
     
     
     
    Apologize if the pictures are a bit crappy. My hands were shaking a lot during all of this.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Javelin434 in Asuna Cosplay!   
    Heya everyone! Silvia here, unveiling the cosplay I'll be wearing to Katsucon coming up in February. It's Asuna Yuuki, from my favorite anime Sword Art Online.
     
     
     
     
    Apologize if the pictures are a bit crappy. My hands were shaking a lot during all of this.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from The Transcendent Key in Asuna Cosplay!   
    I know it's kinda looked down upon, but I bought it.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from The Transcendent Key in Asuna Cosplay!   
    Heya everyone! Silvia here, unveiling the cosplay I'll be wearing to Katsucon coming up in February. It's Asuna Yuuki, from my favorite anime Sword Art Online.
     
     
     
     
    Apologize if the pictures are a bit crappy. My hands were shaking a lot during all of this.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Josuke Higashikata in Asuna Cosplay!   
    Thanks!!
     
     
    What? No, that's just the lighting.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Josuke Higashikata in Asuna Cosplay!   
    Heya everyone! Silvia here, unveiling the cosplay I'll be wearing to Katsucon coming up in February. It's Asuna Yuuki, from my favorite anime Sword Art Online.
     
     
     
     
    Apologize if the pictures are a bit crappy. My hands were shaking a lot during all of this.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Renault in Asuna Cosplay!   
    Heya everyone! Silvia here, unveiling the cosplay I'll be wearing to Katsucon coming up in February. It's Asuna Yuuki, from my favorite anime Sword Art Online.
     
     
     
     
    Apologize if the pictures are a bit crappy. My hands were shaking a lot during all of this.
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    Silvia Kuroi reacted to Lady Aleister in Asuna Cosplay!   
    OH MY GOD ITS ALL DONE NOW.
     
    Ah it's so mystical. I love it.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Lady Aleister in Asuna Cosplay!   
    Heya everyone! Silvia here, unveiling the cosplay I'll be wearing to Katsucon coming up in February. It's Asuna Yuuki, from my favorite anime Sword Art Online.
     
     
     
     
    Apologize if the pictures are a bit crappy. My hands were shaking a lot during all of this.
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Trece the Xam ( ▀ ͜͞ʖ▀) in Would you like to have a free demo of KH3?   
    What kind of question is that!? Of course I would!!
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    Silvia Kuroi got a reaction from Josuke Higashikata in Blank Slate   
    You at least have to have your character say something along the lines of "But it was me, Dio!"
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