Many strategists in this game series don't say what their plan is until last second, when they are about to try the tactic... is this really a good tactician idea or is it just Konami's attempt to keep things suspenseful as a game...
i almost forgot this...
Remember when Apple was trying to recruit Shu?
She was so decided to do what she needs to do
Doing it no matter what it takes
didn't this side of Apple appealed to you?
didn't this Apple appeared strong to you?
for me she did
now where did that Apple go?
did her character transferred over to S3?
Chaco wrote: To be honest I'm glad she stayed behind when the place was falling down.
Mushra wrote:Wait...U're confused, the wrecked ships weren't luck...She KNEW the ships were there, or at least, she insighted that the ships would be there, basing her conclusion on past facts (The battle 8 years ago left a lot of debris and sort, so Raftfleet tryed to remove most of it, but much of these debris remained underneath, and Lucretia remembered it, since she was supervising the war and the cleaning maybe) And about Shu...Yes, he is good too, but no better then Lucretia really, they are in the same rank in my opinion...
Aftre playing 3-4 I almost gave up hope...then came Lucretia. She is witty, intellegent, attractive and she has a fan. Some of her tactics did rely on luck, however they came through in the end. Like Shu she wasn't worried abotu taking risks to get the job done.
compare this to Shu's debut battle (Solon Jhee's attack)
1. happen to have the castle on a peninsula
2. spread rumor to weaken enemy's morale
3. particularly planned it to make the flag bearer to attack Solon's main unit...
see in this contrast, Shu devised something while Lucretia was lucky that the site of battle happen to favor her side
please people, the Sol Falena assault was total suicide. it worked out because it's a GAME. could anyone really rely on 100-year-old anything as your lifeline? Those flood gates were FORGOTTEN relics of the past and while Lucretia had strong knowledge of the land and history, she failed to even bother to have them tested.
i don't complain too much about other plans she had, but this one was ridiculous.
i'm thinking of ways they could have approached this.. it might have been interesting if they did a night ambush similar to the Godwins' (possibly even using the same sleeping drugs that Nethergate used earlier in the day, or put it in the water supply...). would have been a far more interesting tactic!
Dude...What else need more luck than this tatic? XD And if the soldiers from the enemy simple refused to fight agains Jhee? What if Freed was caught? That just reinforce what a told...ALL estrategists need luck, Shu too depended a lot in luck in a big number of battles, so we can't talk bad about a estrategist just because he is lucky...Anyway, they are "Star os Destiny" right? They have to be lucky XD
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