Since we're giving hints: The character's name does not start with Q
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Definitely gotta feel for Yuna
It's especially bad replaying the game game with a fucking kid running around Yuna being all like "I'm so happy! The lady here will die a horrible death to bring us the calm!"
And can you imagine a summoner quitting their pilgrimage? Going from "Omg, you're so great thank you so much for your efforts" to "Get out of my sight you worthless piece of shit."
Jumi arc; more specifically the end
Best ending, and a fair amount of sidequests on their own
Leene's death, and Justin's deep depression afterwards... also parting with Sue
Rydia is heavily traumatized by her village's destruction, seeing it go up in flames. 5 minutes later, this basically happens:
- There's a block of ice blocking our path, Rydia, how about you use some fire?
- I'm kinda traumatized you know.
- np just do it
Thursdays is dying for 5 minutes; they're trying to make the scene very emotional and then bam, Thursday doesn't die. It just left me with a very bitter taste in the mouth.
As for the text, honestly I've seen the vanilla text enough to not really have an opinion on what you do with it. Feel free to rewrite the story entirely if you want. To me, that should be secondary to gameplay and not the other way around. Especially if you're not wanting to do much with eventing.
That aside, I implore you to try and learn eventing when you're ready to take your mod to the next level. It's not as hard as you think, and you don't have to do it until you make significant progress otherwise if you don't want to, but it will really make any mod 1000% more attractive for prospective players.Actually, if you're going to event for your mod... it's the first time you need to learn and apply yourself at. It's what builds hype for a mod. It's what shows you're willing to do something else than type numbers in boxes. If you don't start with it, you'll just give up on it after you're done with FFTP because it's harder than FFTP.
I'm amazed at your level of intelligence. As for me, aside from mowing my lawn, I spent my whole weekend bumblefucking through ALREADY MADE EASY TO USE TOOLS to click a few checkboxes and my damn head is about to explode I feel like a caveman here, well most places actuallyHey don't feel bad. I'll definitely take the compliment; but smarts ain't everything. I can't exactly get a job, so I don't have that going for me. If you do, well, I'm already envious.
Thanks again for helping me find the smart encounters hack / making all the wonderful tools and hacks that you do and much thanks to Elric for cleaning up the thread.He really did a great job. I really couldn't have blamed anyone's googling skills, because my hacks were just all over the place and even I had some trouble finding them sometimes.