Geiita

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About Geiita

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  • Birthday 07/10/99

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    - St Kilda FC
    - Perth Demons FC
    - '97,'04,'09,'10 St Kilda rosters
    - '66 AFL Grand Final
    - '55,'66,'67,'68,'76,'77 WAFL Grand Finals
    - RPGs
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    - '97,'09,'10 AFL Grand Final's
    - Collingwood Magpies, Geelong Cats & Adelaide Crows
    - People who don't like animals

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  1. The Never-Ending Nightmare Unlock all trophies. 3.36% Time: 1 week, 20 hours Enjoyment: 7/10 Difficulty: 5/10 Spook: Mild I'm too intoxicated to write a reasonable and coherent synopsis of what I enjoyed and disliked about this plat, so I'll give a short and sweet round-up of my likes and dislikes. LIKES: Claire, Barry, Inviable mode, story, environment, not having to play on No Escape & Claire, (and listening to Matchbox Twenty and Oasis the whole time, not part of the game but definitely a highlight of the experience) DISLIKES: Countdown mode (stresses me out), the grindy kill trophies, getting all the medals, Claires outfit
  2. True Grace Acquired all trophies. Amazing! 8.83% Time: Too Long Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 4/10 Opinion: Personal Favourite Graces is my favorite tales game about 33% of the time, IMO it has the best combat in the franchise and I doubt it will beat any time soon, the story is a bit bland and the characters are above average as RPG characters go, but the story is pretty enjoyable for what its got going for it. the A Gentlemanly Triumph trophy is the bane of my existence and I'm glad I got the motivation to go back and actually do it after my game freezing the first time I tried. Big ups to Maxdestructo for their Inn Request & Nature guide & Graces Stuff on YT for their Strollin' Through dungeon guides.
  3. Perfect Storm Master Acquired all the trophies. 13.56% 3.30% Time: 1 day, 22 hours, 22 minutes Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 5/10 Opinion: Great The Ultimate Ninja games will always hold a special place in my heart being the first-ever fighting game I ever played. Storm 4 is, in my opinion, the best of the franchise, the combat is second to none in the series and I would imagine it would be the go-to for competitive Storm for quite a while, combat is pretty well balanced apart from the fact you can just body nearly everything with EMS Sasuke's Inferno Style: Susano'o Flame Control (found Scientific Ninja Tool Boruto to be pretty op as well but I doubt he holds up in an online environment) making the challenges rather easy. The game is a bit of cakewalk if you have any experience in series, didn't take me anymore then 2 attempts at most to S rank most bosses, Bijuu fights took a little longer getting to over 5 attempts on certain ones (Ninja Dreams Lonely Dreams, Six Paths Perfection & Kaguya Rampage) and are probably my least favourite part of the game. The story portion is pretty good, one of my favorite arcs in the series, not much beats seeing Team 7 reunited. All and all a pretty enjoyable experience ill probably get around to the others in the series not sure about Storm 2 don't think my CPU stomping translates very well to online.
  4. It is if you want to farm Allagan Tomestones to trade for new ultimate weapons, exp wise I don't think so.
  5. Ultimate Hero Acquired all trophies. 8.26% Time: 1 week, 1 day, 18 hours Enjoyment: 7/10 Difficulty: 5/10 Opinion: Great (I'm really badly hungover and feel like I'm dying so ignore the fact I seem illiterate and unable to string together a coherent sentence) Honestly, all I heard about this game was how borning and uninspired it is and that the game is one big hallway (which it honestly is) but it isn't nearly as bad as people made it out to be, the art design is astonishing and the music is one of my favorites in the series (especially The Sunleth Waterscape). It's a story-driven game, and the beginning is more like an interactive movie with very little choice until you reach Gran Pulse which can lead it to be rather dull at times, it's definitely not the best story in the franchise but still holds its own compared to other RPGs. The combat fills like a simpler FF12 with auto-battle and pre-set gambets, the combat is rather limited until you unlock other roles for your party members and your able to set up your own preferred paradigms and the fact that if your party leader dies its game over is rather annoying. Big ups to Tiornys, MLSTRM, and LewdDolphin for their Plat% speedrun notes and YouTube guides and Dark_Raven666 for their Cie'th stone mission, treasure hunting, and farming guides, probably would have punched a hole through my wardrobe without them.
  6. The unofficial Australian national anthem.
  7. Collect ALL the Trophies! Acquired all trophies. 5.99% Time: 5 Days, 10 Hours (2nd fastest achiever) Enjoyment: 7/10 Difficulty: 5/10 Opinion: Average Combat isn't as strong as the first & Zero but is still pretty good regardless, combat suffers from slowdowns now and then which can get rather tedious when grinding harder monsters for guild quests late game, even though it was a big grind it was still a rather enjoyable experience for what it was and I'll probably play it again one day. Big ups to me for buying all the DLC 7 years ago, MasterLL for their true end guide and Shadowwolf347 for their guild quest spreadsheet, couldn't imagine trying to get the true end with all its requirements blind or trying to find the correct monsters (especially reinforcement monsters) for guide quests without help. Thinking Final Fantasy XIII next so looks like I'm in for another big grind wml.
  8. Enlightenment Acquire all trophies 6.30% Time: 1 Day, 1 Hour Enjoyment: 9/10 Difficulty: 5/10 Opinion: Masterpiece "It's hard to think of a concept more simple, or effective, than a boy and a girl holding hands." - Matthewmatosis
  9. I would love that thank you!, still a bit sus Descending Descendant was the only one that didn't pop and it took you quite a while for speedrun standards to go and get it, lucky for you it popped the second time you tried.
  10. The former WR holder for the Top Dog category Kyzirado has Descending Descendant before he gets Sakigami and so does the current WR holder, even the Top Dog route https://docs.google.com/document/d/13q6A60kVjdsHRA_qq3fv-sZCTV3vbupSgScAgmY13GY/edit mentions nothing about getting bloom before meeting Susano. There may be a way to skip Kamiki village go to Hana Valley and get bloom, but you would have to reload an old save get Descending Descendant and redo Hana Vally anyway so seems rather pointless in your "speedrun". The game has been out for like 13 years so you may be very good but if you whereas competent as you say you probably wouldn't have made the mistake in the first place.
  11. The Horned Boy Acquired All Trophies Time: 16 hours, 29 minutes Enjoyment: 10/10 Difficulty: 2/10 I've played SotC at least 100 times across PS2/PS3 versions and this is the definitive way to play it, the PS2/PS3 versions were breathtaking for the time but this takes it to a whole other level (apart from Wander's face), Truly an unmissable experience that I would recommend to just about anyone. I now have to find it in my heart to do the PS3 version with its outdated controls, frame rate, and the Cornucopia & Endangered Lizards trophies.
  12. Time to pour a tinny for a fallen brother.
  13. The Garuda can be repeated but it's lv.120 and ignores magitek exosuits so I wouldn't bother with it, exploiting timed quests or exp magic is probably better.