Well, I gotta say, this is the most uniquely named hack I've seen in a long, long time! Hope it all goes well for ya.
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There were a lot of unlicensed/pirate Russian games in the cartridge era. Barver Battle Saga: Tai Kong Zhan Shi had a Russian localization as a "Final Fantasy" game.
screw y'all, im pretty hyped!
if they were similar at all, i would have probably meant it.
agreed piotyr. will do so later today haha
I really can't say you're wrong about that, and in some ways men have also benefited from feminism. Looking back through history you can see that the whole world is a better place thanks to feminism, and the examples you've given me are valid, but don't try to tell me that feminism fights for men. There is a reason you don't see women demanding more support for male victims of domestic violence, or call for harsher punishments for female paedophiles. You don't see feminists fighting to have more male kindergarten educators or midwives. They don't argue against male stereotypes in the media. They aren't out there demanding the world's fist man in a Covergirl commercial. They don't complain that He-Man and glossy covers of romance novels give men an unrealistic standard to live up to.
They aren't screaming about the male incarceration rate, or how males are treated by police. They aren't trying to have the laws that state a man must first be arrested in a domestic dispute regardless of the situation abolished. You don't see them marching in the streets calling for more women in the military and crying about how sexist is that the vast majority of people killed in wars are men. I have never seen a feminist complain about the lack of female sanitation workers and coal miners. They don't carry picket signs outside of courthouses and chant about men deserving better visitation rights.
But really, that's fine. Because while the some of the side effects of feminism have benefited men directly, feminism itself have benefited women and society as a whole. And that's super. But it's not a movement for men, it never has been. It's for women, that's why it's called Feminism.
I am not sure I would want my new project associated with mighty no 9. Sure, you have the inbuilt crowd but on the other hand you have their less less than stellar rep to contend with.
I disagree. Weapons and HP are important, too. Her HP is far lower than the rest of the party at comparable levels, meaning you have to keep her in the back row, which makes her already wussy weapons even weaker. And you generally don't have enough good magic while she's alive to make up for it.
No, I'm sorry, I'm trying to see the other side of this, but I can't imagine ever playing FFVII and wanting to have her in my party on purpose.
Between Beta and White Wind (the ability to heal your party for your current HP, plus haste and I think Barrier)... yeah, I loved Enemy Skill materia.