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Ask Me Anything (except the location of my notecard.)

Discussion in 'The Interview Place' started by whereismynotecard, Oct 14, 2015.

  1. whereismynotecard

    whereismynotecard Treasure Hunter

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    If you want to ask me something for some reason, post your questions here and I will reply.
     
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  3. DawudTalut

    DawudTalut Peace be upon you.

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    Peace be on you.
    How many languages do you speak and understand.
     
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    Are those chocobos in your avatar?
     
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  5. whereismynotecard

    whereismynotecard Treasure Hunter

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    I didn't know anyone replied to this or I would have answered sooner. Sorry about that.

    my computer doesn't have sound and i'm unfamiliar with Monty python, so i googled the quote.
    NAME: Hannah
    QUEST: Adventures and stories
    COLOR: green
    i don't know the other stuff and do not understand the appeal of monty python.

    I'm fluent in english and know a fair chunk of spanish. but only completely fluent in one, English. i can communicate with my dog without either of us speaking though. so there's that.

    yes!! from final fantasy v!
     
  6. Shadow Wolf

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    If we can't ask you where your notecard is, then why/how did you lose it?

    What Final Fantasy game is your favorite?
     
  7. whereismynotecard

    whereismynotecard Treasure Hunter

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    i think i just misplaced it while writing a speech... it was like seven years ago.

    My favorite final fantasy is FFX, but it's closely followed by FFIX. I love most of the games very, very much. i think FFX is my favorite mostly because it was the one I played first, so I got used to the battle system and the inventory/save/travel systems and all that. I loved being able to switch the characters out in battle and I liked that nothing would attack me while I chose which action to take. I also loved the story and many of the characters. Rikku is one of my very top favorites. So are Auron and yuna, but rikku is higher on my favorites list then they are. I've actually made this list. rikku is #2. Vivi from FFIX is #1.

    I wish they'd remake all the old games with modern graphics. that would rock my socks. they are remaking FFVII. I'd rather FFIII, FFIV, FFV, and FFIX be remade though. i'm still super excited for the FFVII remake. i haven't played FFIII. that's why I want it remade (for playstation) i don't have the proper console for it as it is.

    I think I answered your question and then some. I get so excited about Final fantasy.
     
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    Mestemia Advocatus Diaboli
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    Why is it inappropriate to say that a woodchuck, who has increased the amount of wood chucked, has upchucked?
     
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    What international catastrophe would be caused by a waiter dropping a platter on Thanksgiving?
     
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    When is a black dog most likely to enter a white house?
     
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    At what age do you tell a green plant it is adopted?
    How old should the green plant be?
     
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  12. Willamena

    Willamena Just me
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    What is your notecard?
     
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    Me too. I started off on 1 all those years ago, and I'm replaying it now. After that I'm going to get through the PS3 remake of X, and then I'm going to play IX because I've never gotten all the way through it (or really even very far into it).
    As for the VII remake, I've heard a lot about it for so long that I've given up hope on ever seeing it. I'd also like to see a remake of VIII (yeah, I'm one of those oddballs that likes VIII).
     
  14. whereismynotecard

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    Because that is the woodchuck's private health information. Due to HIPAA laws, I cannot discuss anything more about the woodchuck.

    His actions would be misinterpreted by the media and a war on Thanksgiving would be declared.

    Around sundown, most likely, when he's done playing outside.

    Tell him right away. Just always make sure he knows you love him.

    Just a memory now...

    I like VIII also. It's just not one of my very, VERY favorites. I would totally play a remake of it though, or of any of them. I've thought about replaying VIII actually, as the first time I played it, I kinda did it wrong. I didn't pay attention when they explained GFs and I didn't level up right. It made the final battle really hard.
     
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    Don't do it too right: the final battle will from really hard to pathetically easy, or even stupid easy if you really do it right. A strong GF run I suppose might even be equivalent to how I played through FFX, which was tackle most of the post-game content before I even went to Sin, and with the beefed up stats and weapons I totally obliterated Seymour and Braska's Final Aeon. They may as well have been those lowly imps in the beginning of FF1.
     
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    The first time I played FFX, I didn't spend too much time screwing around on side quests, so the final battles were kinda hard and it took me several tries. Eventually though, I did all the extra stuff and then when I did the final battles again, I was just like, "hit it with Yuna's staff a couple times. Done."

    I probably wouldn't do it too right. I'd probably suffer through the same attention-span issue I did last time. I love Final Fantasy games, but sometimes the explaining how to play them part is a little tedious.
     
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    When I first played FFX, a good minute ago when it first came out on PS2 in America (and thus no post-game content and real reason to grind the hell out of everything unless you absolutely want to just to say you did), I hadn't quite yet fully grasped the game play mechanics of role playing games, became more so confused over it with how different FFX is in regards to leveling and progression, and the very first time I played I ran from most fights to hurry things along (something I didn't know at the time is impossible with JRPGs unless you can cheat) and couldn't beat the battle during the Shoopuff scene. I had no choice but to start over. And then I had to start over during the second Seymour battle. The last time I played through, on the PS3 remastered edition with the post-game content, I grinded a huge chunk of the post-game quests, eventually obliterated the-end game content, but last I played (nearly a year ago) I wasn't along the sphere grid enough to stand any chance against the Dark Aeons, though I did get up to where I could survive two or three hits. If I remember correctly, I think I estimated that I have about 30 hours left of post-game to get all the trophies and defeat the Dark Aeons and the last two after them, and I've already put in over 70 hours on it.
    LOL, I became a bit stunned once Yuna began to overpower Lulu, by leaps and bounds, with black magic. It really opens up team combination options having one character who is insanely powerful at both healing and casting.
    But nothing beats Auron's Shooting Star "***** slap 'em with a sword" and sending them flying! :D
     
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    I think I only beat a few of the dark aeons on the remastered version. If I had had that game in high school, I'm sure I would have gone crazy with it and beaten them all - since I did do all of the side stuff on the non-remastered version in high school "just for the hell of it."

    I like doing Shooting Star on those giant sandworms.

    [​IMG]
     
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