Definitely, though given that a lot of people seem to still have issue with how a lot of the characters in Fates were handled it's tough to tell what we can expect in a future game. Really though as long as they never do the separate game thing again I'll probably be satisfied.
I'm honestly slowly losing interest with this game and I can only imagine that'll continue with SM literally around the corner, so they better hurry before I actually stop playing the game. Flying-type Rayquaza would be perfect though, so if we get it soon I'm hoping for the type change. I'm using my RMLs slowly right now and I've only started using them on Sharpedo, this thing is actually the strongest Dark-type after full investment so given I'd already candied it I may as well go all the way.
After seeing leaked stats I'm definitely going to Rowlet in-game, so I'm looking forward to that. I still have no idea what my 6th Pokemon will be though, might end up swapping Pokemon around with that slot for awhile.
I'd say it's difficult to say that for sure, since with the new approach they've taken to recent games that's resulted in better sales for them I'd imagine they'll not want to stray too much from that model even if a lot of the older fans have issues with it.
Yeah, still more new Megas and none of them really seem that amazing. Still waiting on that shiny Rayquaza though so that I can finally start using items and not worry about something cooler later. The amount of RMLs some of these Pokemon can take is crazy, I have 20 now after having maxed Yveltal, Groudon, and Charizard, but between Mawile, Sharpedo, Lucario and Mewtwo, there's a lot of good stuff. Still wish Rayquaza could use some even if they're basically unnecessary though.
I'm going with Moon and getting Rowlet, I've been pretty set on that for awhile but it has nothing to do with my tendency to pick Grass starters in generations that aren't multiples of 3.
Yeah it really helps give most of the characters some role they can fill well, even if it's a niche role.
Definitely, it's one of the major things that led to the so-called divided playerbase in Fire Emblem. It can be tough to see both sides especially since many people didn't start until recent Fire Emblem games.
Yeah, they're actually getting close to releasing all the Megas at this point, though it's awkward since with fewer Pokemon left to get, you don't really even use them much. I've definitely made use of the Jewel thing for Meowth, and given I actually get regular Street Passes I can afford to keep it up too.
No rush! I honestly feel privileged every time I get a review from someone; you're absolutely under no obligation to, so if you don't get around to it then it's fine XD I'm excited for the Yuletide this year too! I at least got that prompt in, and I'm pretty excited for the one I got
Yeah, Charlotte for example is trash but she's easily the best support unit in the entire game. Others are good either as a support or lead unit and then others are too good to really dedicate as a support unit.
Pretty much, a lot of the supports more or less told you similar things about the character whereas before, each support pair gave you different info that you wouldn't learn from the other ones.
Yeah, honestly I wish they gave out big rewards like this before since even just 2 Speedups and 2 RMLs is insane, even if the tiers are unrealistic to aim for usually. I've typically avoided doing anything except catching new Pokemon lately, all the rest is just a time sink that isn't really worth it. I've even stopped coin grinding as frequently.
Yeah there's a lot of specific details in there and it can really make or break the viability of some characters. Selena for example can always fall back on her great supporting abilities with her classes if she starts sucking in the Strength department like she often does.
Support conversations as we know them didn't start until FE6 with Roy, though there was a lot of refining that went into it. The problem with Awakening ones was more so the content of the supports and not so much the idea.
Once you max out Rayquaza there's really not a lot of other Megas you need to bother with. I didn't even bother with Gengar because why waste one on a Mega that's worse than maxed Rayquaza in most instances. I only used the RMLs because I noticed they're a lot more generous with them now and figured I should use them instead of letting them sit around unused.