My dad is coming up on forty and he is just as strong, if not stronger, as he was 15 years ago.
2nd the Grosser Fluss: Oh really? But a silly little dart gun can?!?!
Capable tactician!?! I don't remember him helping out too much in Suikoden 3 for the war battles..
Even with help, he would have to be a good fighter in order to help beat the dragon. I doubt Humphrey would have let anyone join the fight.
True he couldn't beat Rean, but he did manage to beat EVERY OTHER SINGLE ZOMBIE THERE WITHOUT SEIRRA'S HELP! You still say he isn't a good fighter?
It proves he is supposed to be a good fighter! He must have already knew he would be outmatched so he coated his weapon with poison before hand so he would have an escape route.
In battle, Nash uses a wide arsenal of weapons. Nash is a psychological fighter who uses many tricks in battle to defeat his opponents. However, he also possesses inhuman fighting skills when wielding Grosser Fluss. He was able to fight with Seed and Culgan, both powerful Highland generals, at the same time using his sword. However, he prefers to use Grosser Fluss only when it is absolutely necessary due to a "curse" of the sword which makes Nash lose distinction between friend and foe. - Blue Moon, KoRnholio
Hirathien wrote:Georg is powerful in Suikoden 2, in pure strength that is. That's why he's called Deathblow Georg, hits hard, some stuff dies right away.
And about Nash, not having motivation for using Grosser Fluss, well, he can't tell friend or foe apart. So are you surprised he aint using it? Motivation or no motivation, it's a dangerous weapon.
27x4=108 wrote:Oh really?
The characters change through games, because people dont fight so hard every time, only when they think its the moment. Their powers differ of the age, the motivations, the runes and weapons disponibles, etc.
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