And so, the Luna Sol Guild is born. Etrian Odyssey Nexus is only the third game in the Etrian Odyssey series I’ve played (behind Legends of the Titan and Beyond The Myth). I can’t claim to be the master of all things Etria but I still get my fair share out of labyrinthing it up. […]
There was just nothing else left to do but deck ourselves out with the latest and greatest. This Dryad, dude. Bane of my existence! Despite what you’re going to hear in the episode, I do truly enjoy Etrian Odyssey. These postgames though.
The Lich Lord’s kind of an edgelord, aren’t they? All this blood dripping and “BEWARE ME” stuff. Make no mistake, someone who could pull that stuff off in real life would never hear from me again, but Iorys adventurers eat intrigue like this for breakfast.
So THAT’S what’s going on! I had actually started to think there was only one tier of skills we’d ever get in this game, but clearly that isn’t the case. You had to be level 40 to unlock the advanced skills in EOIV, maybe is the same case here? Either way, the Hippogryph, though.
9 tiles of hulking ‘phant that we do NOT want to get on the bad side of. At least, not just yet. Ramus ends up tasking us with finding a way past it! Anything to get the Ruby Tear name in more mouths, I guess.
Assigning everyone elaborate personalities is way more fun when you can VN-ize them, don’t’cha think? It took me quite a while to actually start to enjoy Etrian Odyssey IV, not going to lie. I got the game in 2014, I believe? And it’s been slow going. The Ruby Tear Guild was an idea I thought […]