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  1. Broomstone

    I wonder if "Witch Apprentice's Knowledge" is something they could choose from the start or something she chose from the 20 SP limit. The description makes it sound like it is different from the other knowledges.

    Also the "Martial Arts Skills" is a little confusing.

    So you need to level fist, kick and maybe throw to a certain level to get "Martial Arts" but then you need to level Throwing again to level Martial Arts to the next point?

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    1. krytykkrytyk Post author

      I might have mistranslated, or rather, misunderstood there. Dunno, I'll check tomorrow since I'm dead beat now.

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      1. Broomstone

        Oh Thanks! But I didn't say it as if the translation was confusing, but more like this skill tree is very confusing.

        Like, from what I understood, armor, cloth armor and robes being different starting senses.

        Also have a nice rest!

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        1. krytykkrytyk Post author

          Hmm, looked at the translation again. Honestly speaking, it doesn't seem like it was mistranslated, but it isn't necessarily correct. I'm not sure whether you need all 3 senses (kick, fist and some throwing sense) at certain level, or just one of them. It's unclear in Japanese.

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  2. Thursday Violist

    It's interesting to know that each boot counts as a different accessory.
    Some games keep them together as the same piece of equipment.

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    1. krytykkrytyk Post author

      Edited: Not really, (2) refers to weight of the accessory, not the number of boots.

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  3. Evil Twin2146

    I refuse to acknowledge these as the character designs. I will stick with my own head cannon.

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  4. Kaii Ayren Nevaeh

    Thanks.

    Minute's "Small Church of the Holy Cross" shouldn't be "Small Cross of the Holy Church"?

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    1. Anonymous_Potato

      I do want that too but typical rpg with dress ups have innerwears even if there are no equipments placed. No equips doesn't mean full commando.

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      1. krytykkrytyk Post author

        Obviously. Same to OSO I guess. It's a game available for teenagers, after all. Most likely it's made in a way, that even if there's nothing beneath, it still can't be seen (like, auto equipping underwear).

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    2. Owl

      I joked about the same thing in the past when Yun or Sei's stats first came out and recommended 'inner wear' instead of 'under wear'. Still funny. lol.

      Don't make fun of commandos boy one type will kill you, the other will make you kill yourself for missing out. lol.

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      1. krytykkrytyk Post author

        At first it was Innerwear, I eventually changed it to Underwear. There was a huge debate about it in comments, though I don't remember details since it's been literally years ago (the first debate was in 2014, the topic was also picked up in 2015 and 2016).

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