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Anastasia the witch of fates. Her nature is order. Hating the worlds sins she vows to rewrite and review it to make the world better to grant happiness but she herself disappears in the background and will destroy whatever tries to disturb her work.
Familiars: Clarence:it’s duty is to to blacken all mistakes big or small no matter who or what they are they are shaped up to be dragon flies with a ink pen
Oz: it’s duty is to help weave stories for the witch to review and destroy victims who try to distract the witch from her reviewing and writing but if they mess up they are punished by being tighten up by their ribbons Their shape are glasses with scrolls with ribbons tied at their legs
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2020.10.01 02:02 HorrorFrank SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE OF THE WHEEL - A very long post about what why and how and everything I could find and write about the wheel in 2 hours. Looonnnngggggg read. I made a lot of salvia art on this reddit and this is the culmination of my experiences and research. - Send stuff you want me to add :D

Salvia, The wheel and it’s implications
Hello, I’m HorrorFrank and I have made several posts over the years including several artworks and trip reports surrounding “the wheel” phenomenon that is typical in high dose salvia experiences.
Now I highly recommend everyone to first watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiCoqLkb79E
Patrick Smith - Salvia divinorum and "The Wheel": What Can We Learn From This Persistent Phenomenon?
He found my artwork and uses it a lot in his video and also explains the frequent occurrence of this experience.
My original trip report explains my initial experience and thoughts on the matter pretty well and shows how my fascination for this compound started. After this experience I needed time to think and I even grew my own salvia plant for a while (until it got taken over by pesky fungus gnats) and it was a wonderful experience as it is a plant that needs a lot of care and very specific conditions.
Here is a pic of the plant: https://files.shroomery.org/files/17-36/468885877-20170906_000246.jpg RIP
Here is the trip report I submitted almost 4 years ago:
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A few days ago I decided to take salvia with my friend M. Me and M had done salvia before but due to the fact we only used around 50mg (x20 extract) we just felt an average to strong body high and a weed like buzz. This time was different, I had taken a 100mg dose of noopept (10x normal dose) the day before for unrelated reasons and totally forgot about it. Noopept is a strong ampakine and is used as a nootropic, it is structurally related to piracetam but falls in the peptide category. Being an ampakine it means it affects the AMPA receptor which is is a non-NMDA-type ionotropic transmembrane receptor for glutamate. In layman’s terms, it activates neurons and makes them fire more frequently. Noopept itself doesn’t have much of an effect but it is used as a drug enhancer for a lot of psychedelics including but not limited to MDMA, LSD, Psilocybin and most other serotogenics.
As a lot of you might already know Salvinorin A only affects the k-opioid receptor so I didn’t really expect any interactions, especially after such a long time after taking it. So me and my friend put on some Pink Floyd to set the mood and we both did some mental preparation. I decided to go first so I put around 100-130mg of a 20x extract into a pipe. I remembered how harsh the throat hit was the first time I used it so I decided to go for a pretty small hit so I could split the dose into three separate inhalations. I held my breath for almost a minute and started feeling some effects already but the gradually grew from weak to strong body sensations. My friend M then took the pipe from me and there I went. The song from Pink Floyd seemed to influence my vision in a major way. The only way I can describe it is like walking a ladder with your eyes, (editors note from future me, I now like to describe it more as a box infinitely unfolding like this https://www.istockphoto.com/nl/foto/box-unfolding-complete-gm147278246-12353228 but then infinite lol This whole part of the trip had a green tone to it with blue lines if I remember correctly. It reminded me of kind of an 80’s computer render aesthetic) I was still mildly aware of where I was and that I took salvia. Then it felt like when I looked at any part of the room the song would dictate and explain what I was looking at. It was like the melody and the lyrics had gained meanings that would never be associated with them by themselves.
The room then turned into an unrecognizable field of vertical colored lines that seemed to span throughout my entire field of vision. This was the last moment I tried resisting and moving. I then remember looking at a gigantic spiraling wheel that reminded me of an extradimensional object (kind of like this but much more intricate and colored https://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/psychedelic-d-spiral-beautiful-intense-organic-shape-46454060.jpg). I had completely forgotten about doing salvia at all, I just watched. I remember it spinning counterclockwise and I was looking at it from about a 45 degree angle. Above this wheel
was a small orange cylinder that looked stationary. The weird thing was that it felt like it had been an eternity but also like it had been instant. It was like time wasn’t even a factor in this strange space. I also remember not knowing anything about anything. It felt like I had always been there in that spiral looking at myself not knowing about anything, just observing. This feeling was replaced by intense shock. I literally realized I was alive and this was a very scary thought for some reason. I realized I was sitting next to M but instead of realizing I was with him, I realized he existed at all. Everything I had ever known was ripped away from me and given back.
During the time I saw this spiraling wheel I felt a friendly and for some reason extremely trustworthy presence that seemed to be to the back right of me, M was sitting to my left and I really don’t think it was him who’s presence I felt. It really felt like it was another being inside me. This being tried to comfort me and tried to guide me back to reality like it was telling me to calm down and why I was there. It wasn’t like it spoke to me but like it’s intentions streamed into by conscious being. Keep in mind that I didn’t even know I was a person at that time (since I was a wheel) but I could remember this presence very vividly. To this day I’m still trying to figure out what it could mean but the only logical conclusion I can come to is that it’s a form of consciousness or something of the sort. . After this all I was able to say according to my friend was “Woah, I’m back. what the fuck is going on“ I then went very silent for the next half hour trying to figure out what I had seen.
After experiencing this I searched the internet for people who had experienced the same as me and I found loads of posts about other experiencing this “wheel”. The only difference however was that they all used large doses of x50-x80 extracts. I had only had around 35-50mg of x20

I also found this trip report (https://drugs-forum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=189053) of someone doing the same thing with piracetam which is a weaker ampakine that doesn’t affect as many areas of the brain as noopept. Keep in mind that neither noopept nor piracetam have any psychedelic effects on their own and are not normally used for things like this.
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Now I personally don’t think that the noopept dose had anything to do with the effects and I think I just evaporated most of the Salvinorin A in my first inhalation but I’m not ruling out the possibility of a reaction. Note that when I wrote this, I had only done a single google search about the wheel and I only decided to post this trip report in the first place because I was so baffled at the fact others had the same experience.
Now I want to make this post pretty expansive and before I go into my finding I want to reiterate that I personally feel like all these phenomena are explainable in a neurological way. I am a second-year biochemistry student now and I really want to know what can cause this to happen, so I want to use sources and propper notation for most of this, a lot of the stuff I collected over the years is borderline fantasy and pseudoscience but it’s not that I can prove these things really aren’t correlated to something as unlikely as a collective consciousness so take everything I say as a grain of salt if the source doesn’t seem trustworthy
Now going into the literature (if you want to read it you can use Sci-hub which strives to keep research accessible to the public https://sci-hub.se/ If this mirror doesn’t work you can just google sci-hub and you will be sure to find many working mirrors, just put the PMCID I provide into the search bar and you can read this stuff in full) we can see that salvinorin A has localized effects on the claustrum which is an area of the brain
Here is an excerpt from the study titled “The claustrum’s proposed role in consciousness is supported by the effect and target localization of Salvia divinorum”
By Klaus M. Stiefel1*, Alistair Merrifield2 and Alex O. Holcombe3 :
PMCID: PMC3935397
“CRICK AND KOCH’S IDEAS ON THE ROLE OF THE CLAUSTRUM The late Francis Crick proposed that at any one moment, human subjective consciousness of perceptual contents1 is brought about by the activity of a limited number (∼105) of neurons (Crick, 1995; Crick and Koch, 2003). According to Crick’s analysis, these neurons must: (1) Be central in the connection scheme of the human brain, not too close to primary sensory or motor areas. (2) Involve a number of sensory areas, since consciousness integrates several sensory modalities. (3) Have activity correlated with conscious experience, even in situations where it is dissociated from direct sensory input (for instance during the perception of visual illusions). Importantly, the identity of these neural populations will likely change as the contents of conscious experience change. Crick and other authors have suggested that some brain region must act as a “conductor” of this dynamic “conscious field” (Tononi and Edelman, 1998a)2, “dynamical core” (Tononi and Edelman, 1998b; Dehaene and Changeux, 2004) or “neuronal workspace” (Crick and Koch, 2005). In the last paper Crick authored before his death, he and Koch argued that the claustrum is an ideal candidate for this role (Crick and Koch, 2005). The claustrum is a brain region located 1Crick’s definition of consciousness (Crick, 1995) is used here. 2Searle’s nomenclature for this concept is used, without hyphens, in the remainder of the paper. between the insular cortex, piriform cortex and the caudateputamen (Franklin and Paxinos, 2007), see Figure 1. It is highly connected to a number of cortical areas in a mostly reciprocal manner (Carman et al., 1964; Shameem et al., 1984; Neal et al., 1986; Sadowski et al., 1997). This strong and complex interconnectivity with the cortex makes it a prime candidate for the role of the director of the conscious field. “
Now the study has tested for density of these kappa-opioid receptor rich neurons in the brain and the claustrum was the most densely packed according to their findings as you can read here:
“In human brains, κ-opioid receptor expression was measured by mRNA in situ hybridization (Peckys and Landwehrmeyer, 1999). High densities were found in the striatum, hippocampal dentate gyrus, deep cortical layers (V and VI, with more expression in the prefrontal than in the occipital cortex) and, especially, in the claustrum. The claustrum showed the strongest signal, in fact it was the only brain region in which nearly all cells were labeled with dense to very dense labeling density ~~~~ The unusually high κ-opioid receptor density in the claustrum makes it a particularly good candidate area for the consciousness altering effects of salvinorin A. Compared to other brain regions, this high receptor density will likely lead to an onset of inhibition of activity in the claustrum at lower concentrations, and to a stronger inhibition at equal concentrations of salvinorin A.”
Now this study is referring to earlier research by renowned scientists Crick and Koch which is this paper:
“What is the function of the claustrum?”
Francis C Crick1,† and Christof Koch2,*
PMCID: PMC1569501
Here the following is stated:
“Within the context of the neurobiological theories of consciousness mentioned in the introduction, the highly networked nature of the claustrum raises the question of whether it acts as a sort of ‘Cartesian theatre’. This is a metaphor, introduced and ridiculed by the philosopher Dennett (1991), for the fictitious centre where the mind and brain meet, where ‘it all comes together’ and consciousness occurs.
We think that a more appropriate analogy for the claustrum is that of a conductor coordinating a group of players in the orchestra, the various cortical regions. Without the conductor, the players can still play but they fall increasingly out of synchrony with each other. The result is a cacophony of sounds.”


In this context salvinorin’s inhibiting effect on this brain-region could indicate that the wheel is some sort of unsorted raw data that enters the brain, it would also explain the musical influence and general anastasia effects salvia has going for it.

Now this hypothesis is further expanded on in the next excerpt:
“This metaphor would suggest that different attributes of objects, both within (e.g. color and motion) and across modalities (e.g. visual form and sound location), are rapidly combined and bound in the claustrum. Without this structure—and that of its twin in the other hemisphere—the subject may still be able to respond to simple, isolated or to highly familiar stimuli, but not to complex or unfamiliar ones. Objects or events in the real world have many simultaneous attributes: color, shape, distance, velocity, smell, sound, feel and so on. In the absence of both claustra, these attributes may not be experienced in an integrated manner and the subject may fail to altogether perceive these objects or events or only be consciously aware of some isolated attribute.”


All these things seem to accurately describe a generalized view of a salvia trip from the eyes of a researcher, motion, color, sound, maybe even memories, all the senses combining into something we can only call an object that comprises our whole world, could this be the wheel?
Now I highly recommend reading both of those studies in full as it clears up a lot about this experience in a scientific way but we’re not done yet as there are many other studies and case reports I want to share.
For example, some of you may be aware of a little thing called Hemi-Sync, It’s a meditational system that allows “users” of the technique to “transcend” into different states of consciousness through guided meditation and mixed frequency induction of specific brainwave activity (basically mixing 2 frequencies to form a gradient of frequency increase and decrease that can be seen as a third frequency generated by the first 2 in the brain) They refer to these states of consciousness as focuses.
Now this man was an oddball of a scientist I highly suspect most of his research to be based on ridiculous pseudoscience but in the end he was driven by his research into near death experiences (NDE’s) and out of body experiences (OOBE) and this led him to many conclusions that are very peculiar.
I highly advice anyone still interested at this point to read through this very weird and honestly scary research he has done that is oddly enough published by the CIA (they sure would want to be able to go out of their bodies as some kind of ghostly spies)
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00788R001700210016-5.pdf
This describes the consciousness as being toroidal in nature just like how the wheel is often depicted and how it appeared in my trip.
Now I don’t feel comfortable quoting from this as a scientist but yea, a quick glace through the pages makes it clear why I tend to associate his ramblings with the salvia experience.
Now this CIA document made me so interested in his Hemi-Sync project that I ripped his auditory classes from the web and started listening to these numerous hour long hemi-sync meditation classes. I followed every step and in the end it was nothing more then a relaxing experience and nothing at all like the salvia experience.
I got to focus 10 (the focuses I was talking about where numbered) And this technique involved imagining a large cylinder or plate with the number 10 on it and mentally rotating it counter clockwise. There was also a whole part about how you can to let energy in the body flow counter clockwise in a spiraling toroidal fashion going from your toes to the top of your head.
Now this gets even weirder when you read about how he believes all consciousness exists in these clusters that are you guessed it, also toroidal and they make up the “fabric” of consciousness. He claims these clusters are finite in number and that multiple people can comprise these structures so it’s not like everyone has their own. He named these structures I-There clusters .

Now here is an excerpt from someone interpreting Monroe’s work (https://olli-reincarnation.weebly.com/uploads/3/0/3/4/30342001/the_mystery_of_reincarnation_(4b).pdf.pdf)):
“We have seen how profoundly affected Monroe was by discovering that,
at another level, he was a member of his I-There. However, as it turns out, there
is even more to be considered than Monroe at this point realizes. And as he
learns more and more about his I-There, the more he sees what we may call the
"cosmic connection" between his I-There and other I-Theres (and, perhaps,
ultimately, the connection between all I-Theres.) Before he begins his search for
the solution to the problem his I-There facing is he returns, to his I-There "for a
final question session." During this session with the EXCOM, he raises the
question of how far back the lifetimes in his I-There go. The EXCOM responds,
How far back do we go? We can't relate it to your lifetime
measurement system.*** May I show you something?
16
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***Very possibly this is because these lifetimes do not really take place in
serial time.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Monroe then describes what he is shown.
And there they were, thousands upon thousands of lines, each
glowing with energy, extending outward in many dimensions from where I
was...THE I-THERE OF ME! Some lines were bright, some dim, but ended
in a cluster of radiation...ANOTHER I-THERE. How could I have missed
such a connection? (We do not know to what kind of connection Monroe is
referring; that is, we do not know how he interprets what he sees.)”


Here is also a list of his proposed focus levels reachable through Hemi-Sync
https://www.monroeinstituteuk.org/focus-levels/
Take note of the final 2
Focus 42 – I-There cluster consciousness.
Focus 49 – Sea of I-There clusters.
Yes, wtf
Here is also some quotes from one of monroe's books that seems to describe the nature of these I-There clusters in more detail: https://brimfallow.wordpress.com/2015/05/03/robert-monroes-different-overview/
Well, I don’t know how close his ties with the CIA were and why they classified his records but yea I find it very weird how people all feel like when they see the wheel that they also are in the presence of the life of others like this thread on this sub about one of my artworks (https://www.reddit.com/Salvia/comments/i7gkcz/my_attempt_at_an_exact_rendition_of_my_salvia_trip/):
u/zenpandaaa
Awesome...what's the orange square at the top? did you see everything just like this, blue background ect? crazy...
Me:
yea, I clearly remember the background being blue and that orange cylinder above the wheel
u/fishtacos
Yep, i have concluded those cylinders i see are other factories in sally land that are similar to what you must look like from their perspective. Factories that are basically the base layer for this reality. My factory cylinder was to be a weekday and generate time for humanity.
u/GleepGloopGlop
Oh wow, yes.


Oddly similar to Monroe’s assumptions
Here are some NDE’s that also report similar experiences that resemble the salvia wheel phenomenon to an extreme extend:
https://www.reddit.com/Salvia/comments/63jgwg/an_nde_that_seems_to_parallel_what_you_all_report/
https://www.reddit.com/Soulnexus/comments/9sxso4/ndes_and_the_wheel/
https://www.reddit.com/Glitch_in_the_Matrix/comments/8qy822/wheel_of_parallel_dimensions_that_you_see_afte
https://www.reddit.com/AskReddit/comments/332k1c/serious_redditors_who_have_been_clinically_dead/cqh5wj2/?st=j19c7vjk&sh=a814c791
Here is someone making the same correlations with monroe’s work:
https://www.reddit.com/Salvia/comments/7jxrtgovernment_document_referencing_the_wheel/

Page 24, under G. Focus 15: Travel Into the Past
“However, the technique of time travel into the past involves further expansion of consciousness through the inclusion of additional levels of sound on the Hemi-Sync tapes. Some of the sound is probably merely an intensification of the basic Hemi-Sync frequencies, being designed to further modify brainwave frequency and amplitude. Other aspects of the added sound patterns appear to be designed to provide subtle, almost subliminal suggestions to the mind as to what is desired by way of further expanded consciousness so as to support the verbal suggestions and instructions also contained on the tape.
Even the instructions are highly symbolic, with time being visualized as a huge wheel in the universe with various spokes each of which gives access to a different part of the participant’s past. Focus 15 is a very advanced state and is difficult to achieve.”
And some notable trip reports that describe the same effects and intuitive realizations as my experience and many others:
https://www.creepypasta.com/slices-of-life/
https://www.reddit.com/Salvia/comments/7ysx69/my_first_experience_with_the_wheel/
https://www.reddit.com/Salvia/comments/2jy9gc/the_wheel/
Here a post with many links to other people having seen it:
https://www.reddit.com/Salvia/comments/2jy9gc/the_wheel/
including these:
«My vision kept on moving in a curve from the left to the bottom right of my field of view, and kept on repeating, like a sort of 'loop'. I could see these strange objects comming back every 2 seconds (or so), as the loop repeated. [...]»
http://www.salvia.net/exp_mike2.htm
«So, in a place without time, the universe shattered, became a matrix, a carousel, a HUGE loop...and I was stuck on one small chunk of it...it was alive, and moving rythmically, but I WAS STUCK AT ONE PLACE. [...] »
http://www.salvia-trip.net/exp/an_enormous_loop-e131/
The loop that is broken and shattered into distinct meaningful pieces is an incredible experience. Like a clockwork wheel as you describe so well. And "being inside" is relentless until that 10 to 20 minutes pass.
(Comment on) http://www.salvia-trip.net/exp/an_enormous_loop-e131/
I was actually a consciousness inside the tumbling object, rotating in it's chambers while aware of all the chambers. They were full of light and beautifully riotous colors.
https://www.erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=45012
Anything that had a slow, consistant motion to it triggered the onset anxieties, that went on for about a year.
Comment (Direct link) http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Numbe15007790#15007790
then i closed my eyes i could still see the reality or world we know spinning but it looked like a bunch of colorful fractals of circular shapes spinning in the same counterclockwise direction.
http://www.salvia-trip.net/exp/the_wheel_of_life-e1196/
Saw a wheel sort of thing the fist time which was spinning reality and me. the spinning wheel was sucking me in like a vortex. Fuck the wheel.
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I really hope someone has read this through to the end and can help this post get some traction as it took me a hell of a long time to put together all this info.
Lets end it on all my salvia art :D
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How do you people interpret this phenomenon and what mechanism of action do you presume causes this effect in people?

I personally still am baffled by the fact a shared experience like this can be so specific and in-depth. I personally extracted DMT from mimosa hostilis and had the common "Jester" breakthrough, a similarly weird shared experience akin to the wheel where you see a jester type figure mocking you in very specific settings "Checker board patterens, pointy/spiky hat, vast landscapes, machine room type settings" all things that many people experience without ever reading about it beforehand.
Things like the color schemes and designs matching up so perfectly point at an inherent structure of thought and mental processing ability. People with vastly different personal relations to these phenomena still seem to come to the same conclusion about them.

Now of note, I must have smoked salvia maybe 15 times in my life and had a total of 4 breakthrough experiences only seeing the wheel as a whole once. In other trips it was more like I was inside the wheel and that I was grinding inside (or more like against it) it like a gear or a cog. When inside the wheel I feel like instead of looking at it from a distance, you are right up to it's side or even inside it's side looking at the middle. In high-dose trips when you go outside of the wheel you seem to lose all prenotions about being human or alive at all.
Another one of my breakthroughs on salvia involved me peacefully sitting inside the mouth of a giant head that had a spiral type shape to it. Even though I was inside it's mouth I could still see the outside of the face. I could see out of it's mouth where a big white wall existed with a singular door. I was standing in that door, well it felt like it was me anyway as my perception was still inside that mouth at this point.
It was basically the scene from The Trueman Show scarily enough. https://miro.medium.com/max/700/1*igabSDVpbRed_LXqXhSkzw.jpeg
Very weird indeed.


Also, just go ahead and type salvia wheel into google and be baffled by how many posts are out there. Erowid, Reddit, old forums, .etc are full of these reports and I have only selected a very minimal amount.
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2020.09.21 11:46 stego-goes-gao Event Bonus Servants (October 2020 - September 2022)

Created a list of servants that provide bonus for a particular event, sorted by class. This should help you prioritize which servants to raise for which event, while also serving as a quick reference.
(Table is too wide so it might not be compatible with Old Reddit mode)
Month Event Saber Lancer Archer Rider Caster Assassin Berserker RuleAvenger Alter Ego/Foreigner MooncanceShielder
October 2020 Halloween 3 Rerun (Damage) Brave Liz Tamamo, Liz, Kiyo Tamamo, Liz Okkiehime, Cleo, Carmilla, Wu, Yan Penth, Tamamo, Kiyo Mecha Eli I, Mecha Eli II
October 2020 Halloween 4 (Drop) Fran Ibaraki, Santa Jalter, Medusa Chloe, Euryale, Billy, Gil-ko Alexander Da Vinci, Illya, Shuten, Nursery Rhyme, Medea Lily, Hans Shuten, Jack, Chiyome, Stheno, Wu Ibaraki, Chacha, Fran, Bunyan Sitonai, Abigail Mashu
November 2020 Christmas 3 Rerun (Drop) Altera Eresh, Enkidu, Santa Jalter, Medusa, Taiga, Benkei, Leonidas Ishtar, Santa Altera Santa Salter, Ushiwaka Merlin, Gil, Paracelsus Mashu
December 2020 Christmas 4 (Damage + Bond) Yagyu Bradamante, Santa Jalter, Cu, Taiga, Hektor, Leonidas Chiron, Santa Altera, Arash Ivan, Quetz, Achilles, Martha, Santa Salter, Astolfo, Red Hare, Columbus, Teach Anastasia, Edison, Babbage, Hans Scathach, Carmilla, Wu, Sanson Penth, Atalanta, Darius, Caligula, Eric, Bunyan Martha, Santa Quetz Oei, MHXX Mashu
January 2021 *New Year at Enma-tei (Drop + Bond) Benienma, Diarmuid, ALL Fionn, ALL Tomoe, ALL ALL Tamamo, ALL Li, ALL Tamamo, Kiyo, ALL ALL ALL Mashu, ALL
January 2021 **Prisma Rerun (Damage + Bond) Chloe Medb Illya, Miyu, Shuten, Helena, Nursery Rhyme, Medea Lily Mashu
February 2021 Valentine (Damage + Bond) Murasaki
February 2021 SERAPH Rerun (Drop) Nero Bride, Suzuka, Nero, Gawain Karna, Vlad, Li, Liz, Cu Gil, Tristan, Emiya, Emiya Alter, Robin Drake Tamamo, Nursery Rhyme, Hans Li Tamamo, Lu Bu Melt, Kiara, Kingprotea, Passionlip BB, Summer BB
April 2021 Ooku (Damage) Okita, Musashi, Benienma, Shiki, Suzuka, Yagyu(+Bond) Parvati(+Bond), Inshun, Benkei Tomoe, Fujino, Nobu, Touta Kintoki, Ryouma, Ushiwaka Tamamo, Murasaki, Schez(+Bond) Kama(+Bond), Okkiehime, Shuten, Chiyome, Danzou, Shiki, Izou, Fuuma, Kojirou, Mata Hari(+Bond) Kintoki, Hijikata, Raikou, Ibaraki, Chacha, Kiyo Amakusa Kiara(+Bond), Okitan, Sitonai, Oei Mashu(+Bond)
April 2021 GudaGuda 3 Rerun (Damage + Bond) Okita Li Nobu, Emiya Medusa, Ryouma Medea MHX, Li, Izou MHXA, Hijikata, Chacha Okitan
May 2021 Case Files (Damage) Salter(+Bond) Lalter Moriarty(+Bond) Reines(+Bond), Iskandar(+Bond), Alexander(+Bond) Waver(+Bond), Da Vinci(+Bond), Nursery Rhyme, Shakespeare, Babbage(+Bond) Jack, Gray(+Bond), Emiya(+Bond) Kintoki, Bunyan Astraea(+Bond), Salieri
July 2021 GudaGuda 4 (Damage + Bond) Okita, Nero Kagetora, Lalter, Cu Nobu, Emiya, Emiya Alter Ryouma, Ushiwaka, Medusa Medea Li, Izou, CAH Hijikata, Cu Alter, Atalanta, Nobu, Chacha, Mori Maou Nobu Okitan, Sitonai Mashu
July 2021 Summer 3 Rerun (Drop + Bond) Fran, Medb Tamamo, Raikou, Ibaraki, Kiyo Jeanne, Archuria, Helena, Anne/Mary, Robin Maid Alter, Ishtar, SurfMo Nero, Marie, Gil Scathach, Nito, Ushiwaka Nobu, Jalter Dantes, Martha MHXX Mashu, Summer BB
August 2021 Summer 4 (Damage + Bond) Oei, Siegfried, Fran, Medb Tamamo, Melt, Raikou, Ibaraki, Kiyo Jeanne, Archuria, Okkiehime, Helena, Anne/Mary, Robin Maid Alter, Da Vinci Lily, Carmilla, Ishtar, SurfMo Merlin, Nero, Marie, Gil Okita, Scathach, Nito, Ushiwaka, Fuuma Musashi, Nobu, Jalter Bunnytoria, Martha, Dantes Passionlip, MHXX Mashu, Summer BB
October 2021 Halloween 4 Rerun (Drop + Bond) Benienma, Fran Ibaraki, Santa Jalter, Medusa, Gareth Chloe, Euryale, Billy, Gil-ko, Paris Reines, Da Vinci Lily, Alexander Da Vinci, Illya, Shuten, Nursery Rhyme, Medea Lily, Hans Kama, Shuten, Jack, Chiyome, Stheno, Wu Ibaraki, Chacha, Fran, Bunyan Kingprotea, Sitonai, Abigail Mashu
October 2021 ^Saber Wars II (Damage + Bond) Altera, Sigurd, Benienma, Gawain, Yagyu, Nero, Saber Lily, Brave Liz Eresh, Liz, Taiga Ishtar, Emiya, Emiya Alter, Calamity Jane, Billy Anastasia, Liz MHX, Okita Xiang Yu, MHXA, Hijikata, Tamamo, Lancelot Space Ishtar Kingprotea, MHXX
December 2021 Christmas 5 (Damage + Bond) Astolfo, Caesar, Jason Bradamante, Santa Jalter, Inshun, Gareth Artemis, Emiya, Santa Altera, Santa Nightingale, Ash, Robin, Paris Santa Salter, Astolfo, Boudica, Bartholomew Nursery Rhyme, Chen Gong, Hans Jack, Fuuma, Charlotte Vlad, Kintoki, Nightingale, Atalanta, Darius, Salome Santa Quetz, Amakusa, Jalter Mashu
January 2022 *New Year at Enma-tei Rerun (Drop + Bond) Benienma, Diarmuid, ALL Fionn, ALL Tomoe, ALL ALL Tamamo, ALL Li, ALL Tamamo, Kiyo, ALL ALL Yang Guifei, ALL Mashu, ALL
February 2020 Valentine (Damage + Bond) Sei
March 2022 Apocrypha Rerun (Bond) Astolfo(+Damage), Mordred(+Damage), Siegfried(+Damage) Karna(+Damage), Benkei Chiron(+Damage), Atalanta(+Damage), David Achilles(+Damage), Astolfo(+Damage), Georgios Sieg(+Damage), Avicebron(+Damage), Shakespeare(+Damage) Jack(+Damage), Semi(+Damage) Kintoki, Vlad(+Damage), Atalanta(+Damage), Fran(+Damage) Jeanne, Amakusa
May 2022 GudaGuda 4 Rerun (Damage + Bond) Okita, Nero Kagetora, Lalter, Cu Nobu, Emiya, Emiya Alter Ryouma, Ushiwaka, Medusa Medea Li, Izou, CAH Hijikata, Cu Alter, Atalanta, Nobu, Chacha, Mori Maou Nobu Okitan, Sitonai Mashu
May 2022 Requiem (Damage + Bond) Erice Emiya Alter, Tomoe Marie Circe, Edison, Nursery Rhyme, Mozart Okkiehime Koyo Voyager Mashu, Jinako
June 2022 Summer 4 Rerun (Damage + Bond) Oei, Siegfried, Fran, Medb Tamamo, Melt, Raikou, Ibaraki, Kiyo Jeanne, Archuria, Okkiehime, Helena, Anne/Mary, Robin Maid Alter, Da Vinci Lily, Carmilla, Ishtar, SurfMo Merlin, Nero, Marie, Gil Okita, Scathach, Nito, Ushiwaka, Fuuma Musashi, Nobu, Jalter Bunnytoria, Martha, Dantes Passionlip, MHXX Mashu, Summer BB
July 2022 Ooku Rerun (Damage) Okita, Musashi, Benienma, Shiki, Suzuka, Yagyu(+Bond) Parvati(+Bond), Inshun, Benkei Tomoe, Fujino, Nobu, Touta Kintoki, Ryouma, Ushiwaka Tamamo, Murasaki, Schez(+Bond) Kama(+Bond), Okkiehime, Shuten, Chiyome, Danzou, Shiki, Izou, Fuuma, Kojirou, Mata Hari(+Bond) Kintoki, Hijikata, Raikou, Ibaraki, Chacha, Kiyo Amakusa Kiara(+Bond), Okitan, Sitonai, Oei Mashu(+Bond)
August 2022 Summer 5 (Damage + Bond) Sigurd, Lanling, Tomoe, Oei, Siegfried, Fran, Medb Yu, Tamamo, Melt, Raikou, Ibaraki, Kiyo Jeanne, Archuria, Okkiehime, Helena, Anne/Mary, Emiya, Illya, Robin, William Tell Maid Alter, Murasaki, Carmilla, Ishtar, SurfMo, Columbus Castoria, Merlin, Nero, Marie, Gil, Hans Yu, Okita, Scathach, Nito, Ushiwaka, Fuuma Xiang Yu, Musashi, Bryn, Nobu, Jalter, Spartacus QSH, Bunnytoria, Martha, Dantes Passionlip, MHXX, Summer Abigail Mashu, Summer BB, Kiara
* In this event, every servant gives a drop bonus. The listed servants give extra drop bonus and also get a bond bonus.
** In this event, the listed servants get a damage and bond bonus for the event. Additionally, event CEs give extra event-specific special effects which are only applicable to Female servants (+ Astolfo, Enkidu, d'Eon, QSH).
^ In this event, only Artoria provides drop bonus.
^^ In the Aeaen Spring Breeze event, expected in March 2022, all Male servants get damage bonus. Additionally Astolfo(Saber and Rider), d'Eon, Enkidu, Artemis, Kama, QSH, Maou Nobu also get damage bonus.
All data taken from Fandom wiki archives. Do refer to official event page to cross-reference.
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2020.09.12 16:21 Dtris Awakening Guide Sep 12 2020

Awakening Guide Sep 12 2020
Awakening Guide
Awakening is a new way to improve heroes. This makes the hero around 400k CP without any gear equipped. Other than increase to the three main stats, Attack, Defense, and HP, the only other bonuses come from matching the guardian stones on gear sets for bonus stats.
Basics
  1. Awakening consumes 5 pieces of Fated Equipment. The gear cannot be re-used or obtained again.
  2. The equipment must be at least Level 60.
  3. Any Magic Enhancement and Special Forging done will allow you to get back some of the materials and gold.
  4. Using equipment which has been magic enhanced or special forged will not provide a bonus to the final awakening stats.
  5. Once you have awakened you can only equip R1 equipment.
  6. Currently as of 9/12/2020 only helm and armor are available for R1 equipment.
  7. After you awaken you will only have your innate guardian stone.
  8. The color of the guardian stone will not change.
  9. The bonus received from R1 gear with matching guardian stones is the same as the awakening bonus stats.
  10. Awakening can be reversed. You do not get the equipment back.

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There are four stats which are increased by Awakening from the set bonuses.
Health- Flame, Nature, and Machine sets increase health.
Defense- Frost, Light, and Darkness sets increase defense.
Hit- Machine, and Darkness sets increase Hit.
Dodge- Nature, and Light increase Dodge.
The set bonuses increase is greater than the sum. A 2 flame set is 750 hp, a 4 set bonus is 2250, which is more than double the 2 set. This makes 6 sets the most valuable in most circumstances.
There is no reason to not make set bonuses before you awaken. All analysis assumes that a set bonus is present, or a combined set bonus, in all cases using 6 guardian stones. The main question is what set bonus to get for each Hero.
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The above sets will be the most common bonuses used to awaken. A detailed breakdown is below. What is notable is that block is not among the stats you are able to gain from awakening.

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Mixed sets are pretty much always weaker than a full set of 6 of the same color stone. The flame and machine set combinations are never better than machine by itself. All of the 3 stone combinations are underwhelming and not worth using. The only viable combinations are the dark combinations with 2 flame and 4 dark and 2 machine and 4 dark. What we really need to know is the value of defense which is very uncertain right now.
We can estimate the value the developers put on defense by assuming they want a 6 piece set to always be of the same relative value. Doing this we can get the following data points.
700 defense = 5000 Health
50 Defense = 500 Health
225 Defense = 1350 Health
Using this we have the following ratios, 1:10, 1:6, 1:7.14. Average ratio is 7.714.
This translates to 7714 HP being roughly equal to 1000 defense. For the purposes of this guide Defense will be treated at roughly this weight. I believe this is appropriate given the survivability of high defense heroes, compared to high HP heroes. Generally the high defense hero has more survivability.
Class Statistic Comparison
All statistics in the tables are based on the highest-ranking hero in the game. The way the game changes stats is based on rarity which follows the pattern, from rarest to least rare. This is General, First Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, Head Dragon Knight, Dragon Knight. The max stats go down as you go down in rarity.
All stats are based on Altar of Gaming Gacha database using level 100 statistics.

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A detailed analysis of each stat which is affected by awakening is below. The above table compares all stats. These other statistics are also necessary to take into consideration for determining specific class guardian stone sets. An example is that block heroes have very high block, but low dodge. The hero is designed to block to mitigate damage, this must be considered even though Block cannot be boosted by awakening.
A few notable stats. Counter heroes have the lowest Critical Hit while Protect, Mana Utilization, and Mana Absorb have the highest. Block is much higher for Defensive heroes, the main damage classes have low block except for Counter. Attack Speed is the only other stat other than the main three which varies by rarity. Attack speed is also relatively fixed. Critical Damage, Block Defense Rate, and Luck are the same for all classes.

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Support classes have the highest HP of all heroes. This bolsters their skills which tend to be based on HP such as heals and barriers. They are the same tier as well as the difference in max HP is due to the max rarity available.
Defense classes all have the same HP tier. The difference is due to a First Lieutenant being the highest tier. While they have no abilities I know of that rely on HP they are supposed to have high survivability.
Counter and Mana Utilization can be described as mid tier. Both classes have decent HP while it is not the focus of either class. As primary damage dealers these classes also bring some survival.
Mana Absorb, Focused Shot, and Final Hit are Low tier. These are the glass cannon classes, designed to do damage and not have much survivability.

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Defense classes top the chart for defense. Block heroes rightfully at the very top. Protect heroes have slightly more defense than thrust heroes.
Counter is the only other class with fairly high defense. Given the offensive nature of the class this is the most balanced when it comes to survivability and damage.
Focused Shot, Mana Utilization, Mana Absorb, and First Aid are all tied at the next level of defense.
Cleanse heroes have the next to lowest defense and take second most damage.
Final Hit is by itself at the lowest tier of defense. They take the most damage of any class.

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Focused Shot has the highest hit of any class. This class moves fast and often has abilities on skills.
Thrust is the second highest. Many of the Thrust heroes have special effects on their skills when they land.
Counter has high hit but rarely does more than pure damage.
Protect, Mana Absorb, and Final Hit are all tied at the middle.
Block and Cleanse are only slightly lower than the middle.
First Aid has second to lowest hit. As a support class their abilities frequently need to land, this provides a lot of RNG.
Mana Utilization has the lowest hit of any class and also has the highest attack.

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Final Hit has the highest dodge of any class, which is good since they have the lowest ability to take damage of any class.
Mana Absorb has the second highest dodge at 105. This class fills a similar role to Focused Shot on the back end of the turn order.
Focused Shot has the third highest dodge at 104. This class also has low HP and Defense and uses dodge to survive.
First Aid is slightly above normal and with the high HP, medium level Dodge and Block, this class has good overall survivability.
Thrust and Mana Utilization are both average at 100.
Protect and Cleanse are slightly below normal
Counter is nearly tied for worst at 92.
Block heroes have the worst dodge at 90, as a class which is supposed to absorb damage this is not of much detriment to the class.

Class Analysis and Recommended Sets for Awakening
This section is going to use the highest rarity example of every class to analyze the various sets and the best one to use for awakening. To do so we have made a table to compare the stats from each set used for awakening. This combined with the characteristics and role of the class will let us determine what is likely to be the best set to use.
Awakening provides a flat bonus of +1500 Attack, +1000 defense, and +1600 hp. This bonus is the same for every class. This means the difference in attack and defense between heroes will become smaller unless use Dark set or Frost set to awaken.
Protect Heroes- Garff
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Garff and Chati are the only two fated protect heroes right now. None of the Legendary Heroes are used much. As a class they are tied for 3rd in hp with Thrust and Block, second for Defense, Hit and Dodge are 100 and 99 respectively.
The purpose of Protect heroes is to use share health with one ally and to take hits for your team. As such the most important question is what will improve their damage taking ability the most?
6 Flame or 6 Frost is my recommendation for protect heroes. Garff is the main hero people will want to Awaken who is Protect. He has Command which is based on HP and will be a definite Flame Set. Chati, Griesel, and Lichtenstein all have barriers and are also definite 6 Flame sets. The other legendary Protect Heroes could benefit from either, and have stuns as well. Since the passive is very important having the health is good, but the extra defense is too.
Thrust Heroes- Shufraken
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Shufraken, Xiakhan, Bernavas, Valarr are the Fated Thrust heroes. Thrust is the offensively oriented defense class. It has the second highest hit, tied 3 HP, 3rd in Def, and the three classes are also tied for last in attack. Damage is not their forte yet they have damaging abilities. Dodge is 100. The class abilities vary from pure damage skills like Valarr and Xiakhan to CC skills like Bernavas.
Thrust heroes are a defense class but are focused on offense and doing damage and Crowd Control.
6 Flame, 6 Frost, 6 Machine, 6 Dark are all viable sets. The combination sets for Dark might also be viable, especially the Machine/Dark combination.
Shufraken needs the 6 Frost set to have the best chance of applying Fear of the Abyss. Xiakhan and Valarr do pure damage and can use any of the above sets. Bernavas will benefit the most from Machine or Dark set. For legendary or other Thrust heroes the main analysis will be whether or not they need Hit. If they have special effects on their skills the Machine or Dark sets should be used. For pure damage dealers the 2 flame, 4 Dark set might be a good choice to provide a well rounded boost to stats.
Block Heroes- Neomi
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Neomi, Uloom, and Mahar are the three Fated Block heroes. The legendaries are used frequently as well. The highest Defense in the game by far, tied for 3rd in HP, tied for last in offense. Hit is 99 and dodge is the worst of all classes at 90. The class is a blocking machine with 390 Base Block stat. Damage mitigation and absorption is the name of the game.
Block heroes are used as the primary way to tank in the game. AOE provoke on the passive allows them to be targeted as well as the Share Health and Increase Health skill which is only available to Block heroes. The primary concern is increasing survivability.
6 Flame, 6 Frost, 6 Machine, 6 Dark are recommended. 6 Flame set is going to be useful for any hero with Share Health and Increase Health like Neomi or Degas. 6 Machine or 6 Dark are going to be a good choice for Mahar and his FC since he has Provoke on a skill and needs to hit. 6 Frost would be making the highest stat even better but is not worth losing the HP if the Block hero has Share Health and Increase Health skill. If the Hero does not have Share Health and Increase Health, then I would recommend 6 Frost unless the hero has a skill you need to land like FC Mahar and provoke. The pure damage block exception is Uloom, who will benefit from any of the above sets but Machine is viable as well, as are the combination dark sets.
Counter- Rachel
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Rachel, Rudley, and Sabrina are the fated counter heroes. Zeon is also a counter hero. This is the most balanced class between survivability and damage. Third highest attack, fourth in defense, third in Hit, and 9th in Dodge.
Counter heroes are primary damage dealers with good ability to absorb damage.
6 Machine and 6 Dark are recommended. Since dodge is already very low it will be difficult at best to try to dodge tank with a Counter Hero. They are primary damage dealers and need to hit to do their job. Machine set and Dark set provide survivability and hit. Flame or frost are viable as well but not as useful.
Focused Shot- Dorka
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Dorka and Rera are the fated heroes in this class. The class ties for 4th for attack, tied for 8th in HP, tied for 5th in defense, first in hit, and 3rd in dodge.
Focused Shot heroes have the highest speed of any Class currently. Final hit will be higher once a General of that Class is added. All Focused Shot heroes of fated and legendary have a Damage over time in their base skill kit. They are primary damage dealers with low health and low defense.
Nature Set and Machine Set are recommended. Nature will increase the survivability by the most while Machine will increase damage consistency. Nature is currently being recommended however Machine should also be considered. If the awakening system eventually becomes repeatable and the bonuses for each stage are the same as the first stage, then the heroes will begin stacking more and more dodge, and more and more hit.
Final Hit- Jinn
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Jinn and Baraka are the fated Final Hit heroes. As a class they have the second highest attack, the lowest HP, lowest Defense, highest Dodge, and middle hit.
Final Hit class is a primary damage dealer and is very hard hitting and fast. All except for Yao have an ability with a turn reset. This allows the class to kill multiple enemies in a turn.
6 Nature, 6 Machine, and 6 Light are recommended. Nature is slightly more desirable since nature builds on a strength and the hero will need to stay alive to be able to do damage. With the highest natural dodge this will make sure that the class has a chance to survive Focused Shot classes who might be faster. Light is also viable here to increase survivability but this is slightly less desirable than Nature.
Mana Utilization- Bathory
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Bathory, Magi, and Bernadette are the fated heroes with Mana Utilization. The class has the highest damage by 200 points, the 7th in HP, tied for 5th in Defense, Average Dodge, and the worst hit in the game.
Mana Utilization is the main Area of Effect damage class. All of the fated and legendary members have a Burst skill and this is the main AoE nuke class.
6 Machine and 6 Dark are recommended. Usually the best use is to build up a strength and not to build up a weakness. This class is an exception as you need to hit to do damage. Missing a huge burst skill can result in losing a match or story clear. Both sets also help survivability. 2 Machine and 6 Dark is also a possibility if you want to get some of all three stats.
Mana Absorb- Jinai
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Jinai, Valentina, and Baileysh are the fated heroes in this class. The class is tied for 4th in attack, tied for 8th in HP, tied for 5th in defense, normal hit and normal dodge. Notably the class also has the highest critical hit chance by a considerable amount.
Mana Absorb is the magical glass cannon class. The class also has very slow speed. All the heroes in this class also have Damage over Time abilities.
6 Nature, 6 Machine, 6 Light and 6 Dark are recommended. As a class they can provide the best chance to break enemies. For longer story battles the Nature or Light set and Dark set will be the most beneficial. For PvP the machine set may be helpful since the hero will only get one or two opportunities to attack.
Cleanse- Ramge
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Ramge, Shell, and Emma are the fated Cleanse heroes. This class is tied for the highest HP, is tied for the next to lowest attack, has the next to lowest defense, and tied for 7th in Hit and Dodge at 99.
Cleanse class has a variety of abilities which involve debuffs on hit. They also have a variety of abilities that provide bonuses to allies. The damage and survivability are lacking.
6 Machine and 6 Dark sets are recommended. Cleanse heroes tend to have some type of ability that needs to hit to apply a de-buff. Reliability of applying the de-buff can be critical. Machine set builds on the already high HP while Dark set helps bring Defense up. A combination 2 Machine and 4 Dark set could also be viable here.
First Aid- Talia
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Talia and Anastasia are the fated healers. The class is tied for highest HP, has the next to lowest attack, is tied for 5th on defense, has 9th in hit and is slightly lower than normal at 99 dodge.
First Aid is the only healing class in the game. This also includes revivers. Some of the healers have to hit to apply their heal to an ally.
6 Flame, 6 Machine set is recommended for healers. The 6 flame set should be used on any healer who does not need to hit to apply the heal. The Machine set should be used on any healer who does need to hit. For someone who has one of each it would depend on preference.
Other Considerations
Unique Abilities- Some heroes have skills which scale from specific stats, like Fergie and her Barrier, and Obellia and Defense down. In these cases you will want to consider their skills when deciding which set you want to use. For example, you may decide you want 6 Flame for Fergie, or 6 Frost for Obellia.
Fatecores- Some fatecores have different skills and unique effects which may change the choice from those in the same class. FC Rudley is a prime example as he grants a barrier based on his HP. This may make you want to maximize that aspect of the hero.
Trends- The current discussion seems focused around ignoring frost and Dark sets and focusing on HP over defense in every case. It is also prioritizing dodge over hit in almost all cases. Almost everyone will be going Nature Set where other sets are viable. A person can follow the trend or can awaken more machine and dark sets. It will probably save on re-rolling stones to be a bit more flexible. Especially since many heroes were equipped in these sets.
Set Bonuses- Keep in mind that the set bonus of R1 gear matches the Awakening Bonus. It may not always be a good idea to awaken right now. If you need to guarantee someone can resist a status effect, then do not awaken as you cannot get the immunity from machine sets after awakening that you have before.
TLDR

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When I get it done I will go thru by fatecore type and most popular units with a recommended set and add it here.
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2020.09.07 00:40 ComunCoutinho Summer 2020 ~Chaldea Thriller Night~ Rules of the medical tent

Paradise Lake, recently installed medical tent

Asclepius: There are many dangers to playing in the mountains.
Nightingale: Indeed.
Asclepius: Even more so with the incomprehensible Singularity forming in here. In addition to the multitude of unexpected injuries than can occur in these terrains and circumstances, we seem to have spiritual phenomena happening here… meaning we could be expecting even spiritual illness. Kehehe… kuhahahahaha! Good, excellent! Challenge me more, show me more rare illness cases!
Sanson: Are you two busy? Oh wow… that sign you mentioned is ready.
Asclepius: Oh. The one containing the absolute laws of our medical tent. None shall be allowed to break them. This is not a regular clinic. We’re under-equipped. In order to provide all the treatment we need, we must shorten the patients’ leash. That’s why we must have this constantly exposed where everyone can see.
Sanson: “Answer the doctor’s questions clear and concisely.”. “Never violate the doctor’s instructions.”. “Do not cry no matter how much it hurts.”. “Even if you do cry, the treatment won’t stop.”… This captures the feeling of this place quite well. Nothing written here is technically wrong, but I just feel like the wording could use some improvement.
Asclepius: I’m just trying to avoid dealing with patients too stupid to read between the lines. That’d be a waste of time. By the way, why are you here? We’re not exactly shorthanded at the moment.
Sanson: Ah, I almost forgot. I brought in some patients.
Asclepius: Oh?
[Asclepius’ eyes sparkle]
Moriarty: Greetings. Is this the first-aid tent? Hahaha, my case is not really a big deal. It’s just what you expect to happen when a man of my age goes trotting around the mountains.
Asclepius: You hit your head on a dead tree branch while sliding down a slope, making you flip 3 and a half vertical loops before dropping on your neck?! Alright, let me exam you.
Moriarty: You have quite the active imagination!? I just hurt my hips…
Lakshmi: My apologies. I did not want to cause you trouble, but ignoring the situation would be worse for everyone…
Nightingale: What happened?
Lakshmi: I’ve been slaying spirits this whole time, and recently my shoulders have started to feel heavy and cold for whatever reason. [Lakshmi blushes] I would say I have more affinity with yin energy than yang. This may have led to some irregularity on my Saint Graph…
Asclepius: Interesting! Another possibility would be… a strange disease endemic to this region… Ok, I got this. Sit here. First, a few questions. When did the symptoms start? How uncomfortable are they? Anything else feeling strange?
Moriarty: Uhh… what about me?
Asclepius: Bleh. We have some compresses over there. Take as many as you want.
Moriarty: HEY, a good doctor shouldn’t be going “bleh” to a patient!
Nightingale: Have you ever heard of triage? It involves setting a treatment priority order to all patients. Rest assured, he’s properly following the procedures. And of course, you will be treated. You must be treated. In fact, your case doesn’t even requires the doctor’s concern. I can handle it on my own.
Moriarty: Ah, wait a minute. Why are you approaching me posed like you’re about to do a sumo slap with that compress on the palm of your hand? Don’t tell me you’re going to hit my hip full force with…
[Nightingale slaps Moriarty full force, knocking him out]
Nightingale: Treatment complete. Now you must rest… I appreciate your dedication in already being asleep, but I must strongly advise against sleeping on the floor. It’s unsanitary. I’ll carry you to the bed. Or carry the bed to you.
Sanson: (I never imagined those two would turn to be so perfectly fit for each other. It feels like a miracle…) Oh, by the way, have you heard the news?
Asclepius: About what? We got new patient data?
Sanson: No… but it’s something I think you’d be very interested in. It’s about something that has been popping up all over this island: Classic zombies. Real living deads, unlike any of the types we’ve seen before.
Asclepius: Tell me all the details… Once I’m done treating this patient, of course.
[Later, outside the medical tent]
Nightingale: Is looking for these ...How did you call these things again? Zombies?... really important enough to make us leave the infirmary unattended?
Asclepius: Yes. Since they’re humans still moving after dying, they’re humans who conquered death in a way, and that’s connected to my wish. And even if they aren’t, I want to know if their condition is some kind of illness, phenomenon, and their overall biological conditions. Every aspect of them is intriguing. Investigating them might give us the clues we need to expand the field of medicine to a next level. We can’t miss this chance.
Nightingale: …? Calm down. No lifeform can move after death. If we see a crowd of people stumbling with their eyes unnaturally open, the most logical interpretation is that they caught a mass fever. Oh, I only now realized you were joking. It all makes sense now. I still not sure what are we doing but I can infer we’re going on house calls. You can count on my assistance.
Asclepius: Thanks… Hm. Wait, stop right there. Look, I found one over there.
[Asclepius points to a zombie]
Asclepius: Perfect. Let’s call him test subject no. 1. We need a sample on its perfect state. Capture him without causing any major damage.
Nightingale: Understood. I have some experience in apprehending patients. You have no need to worry…. Beginning apprehension!
[Battle against a walking zombie. You must use only support Asclepius and Nightingale, with no Master]
Nightingale: Dear Lord… How curious. Apprehension failed. The patient turned to dust. People can’t simply disappear like this, so I wonder what’s going on. Are we hallucinating?
Asclepius: They keep enacting their destruction for as long as they have magical energy, then return to nothing once said energy runs out… Well, can’t salvage this one, let’s look for another test subject. I want to capture at least one, as difficult as this will be.
[Many defeated zombies later]
Asclepius: …
Nightingale: That confirms we are still hallucinating… Or maybe I’m just dreaming? That’s it. I’m absolutely sure of it. In that case, I have no way to contribute here. I’ll be taking a short leave if you don’t mind. There must be nursing, disinfection, sterilization, and decontamination methods better designed to work in the dream world. I will be back when I’m well learned in my dream world practices.
Asclepius: Uh, hm? Okay…
[Nightingale bows and leaves]
Asclepius: Whatever she’s on about, what matters is that her desire to improve is admirable. The field of medicine demands relentless study. A doctor must never grow complacent. That would be opposite of progress… That said, it would be a waste of time to just stand here waiting for the nurse to return. I have no time to rest when the progress of medicine awaits me. I need to come with plan I can execute on my own.
[The scene cuts to another zombie dying]
Bily: Yikes, another one whose head fell off. Buffalo-catching tricks won’t work here. Are my lasso skills rusty?
Jane: Woooh, this is suuuper hard. I can line up a family of space bulls into a choo-choo train with one lasso throw, but this is too much for me. Honestly, I don’t think capture is even an option with how weak their bodies are.
Asclepius: You won’t convince me to give up. This is for the progress of medicine. Don’t you have any other trick?
Billy: Lemme see… Ropes don’t work, going barehanded doesn’t work. What else do we got… we need something soft that can stop their movements. Any ideas?
Jane: Something soft, something soft… Oh, gotcha! Me, I know! I got a genius idea! You know what’s soft? Sheep! [Jane thinks of Altera the Sun(ta)] Why don’t we just use a ton of sheep to stop them in a mass of wool? Woohoo, I’m the cleverest girl ever! And the juiciest!
Asclepius: With… sheep…? [Asclepius thinks of Apollo and punches his mental image away] Ridiculous. I refuse.
Jane: Huh? Why?
Asclepius: But that’s a nice concept. We must grab them whole, like we’re wrapping them… OH.
[Asclepius gets Anastasia to freeze a zombie]
Anastasia: Geez. I came here because it was supposed to be the cooler part of the mountain, and yet it’s still hot. Is there anywhere I can escape the heat? That summer resort sign was false advertisement. I still need to make a lot more ice here to lower the temperature. Where can I find an electric fan…?
Asclepius: One day doctors will be able to accurately regulate your thermal sensations to comfortable levels. But if you can deal with your case by changing your environment’s temperature, I won’t stop you. You have my endorsement, even. It’s the natural “If you have a fever, turn on the cooler. If you have hypothermia, turn on the heater” situation.
Anastasia: Anyways, my job here is over, correct? Then if you excuse, I’m leaving. Because it’s hot.
Asclepius: Wait. How do I unfreeze him?
Anastasia: I was holding back. Just leave him under sunlight and he should thaw. Now excuse me. I was hired only as a freezer, not also as a microwave.
[Anastasia leaves]
Asclepius: Whatever… I guess I’ll carry him to the provisional lab on a cart…
[XX lands then switches to her partially armored Ascension]
Heroine XX: I am a galactic officer, here because my gut caught signals of a case I can’t overlook! Any irregularities in this summer resort? I feel a vague presence of Foreigners, the illegal Servant Class I must arrest, but this sensor may not be working properly…
Asclepius: An officer? I’m not doing anything a public safety unit would be taking issue with. Let me through.
[Asclepius tries to carry his zombie away]
Heroine XX: Hold it! You almost got past me with how naturally you acted! But you won’t escape me for as long as my eyes are blue. I can tell that thing you’re carrying is not filled with eel jelly! Are you trying to hide a corpse… destroy a corpse? Well, either way, that’s a no-no. A major case I can’t turn a blind eye to. Don’t try anything funny while I restrain you.
Asclepius: Don’t be stupid. I won’t destroy this. I keeping him this way precisely to avoid that. Listen, this is just a zombie. I’m just carrying a necessary sample to my research place.
Heroine XX: You told me enough to let me know your research is dangerous… It reminds me of a space apocalypse incident that filled a giant colony with walking corpses. I hate the zombie genre… It never ends well for me… Which means I most definitely can’t overlook this! You are under arrest, mad scientist Snake Doctor!
Asclepius: Ugh… This is why I hate the authorities. All you say about your position or your work ethics is just excuses to brandish your egos and obstruct my work, just like the gods. Can’t you see that the progress of medicine benefits everyone? How can you not understand that?! Oh, I see you’re just one more patient in need of the cure for stupidity!
[Battle against Asclepius. You must use XX only, with no Master. At the end of the 1st turn, the ice melts and the walking zombie joins the battle on Asclepius’ side.]
Heroine XX: You scared me there when the zombie thawed and attacked… but either way, you couldn’t escape your punishment! I hope you learned your lesson to never try to perform illegal research on illegal zombies again! Huh…? You don’t seem too impacted by this outcome. Are you hungry? Sorry, but I’m too busy to join you for a pork loco moco, ok?
Asclepius: Hmph… I couldn’t let combat make me miss this opportunity. I hurried the best I could to inspect him as soon as he thawed… He wasn’t a human turned living dead. He’s the same kind of thing as all the other creatures living in this singularity. Zombies should be considered their own species.
Heroine XX: Oh, ok. So, you lost your interest once you found out they’re not human… I can see your true nature… You may be like this, but you actually have a heart of justice burning deep inside you. [XX blushes] How do you I know? Because, you know… your hair is shaped like a… [She regains her composure] Oh, never mind. Since the possibility of a repeat offense was removed, I’ll let you off with just a warning. Here, take this ticket. It’s a first strike. Three strikes and you’re out. Good bye.
[XX puts her armor on again and flies away]
Asclepius: (That’s right… They’re not human. They won’t be of any direct help to the progress of medicine… but… they could still have some practical use. They’re humanoid enough. There should be some merit in researching them…)

Later

Sanson: Where could have he possibly gone? The tracks lead somewhere around here…
Nightingale: Oh, hello.
Sanson: Nightingale. I haven’t seen you in a while. What are you doing all the way here?
Nightingale: I don’t know exactly how meaningful it is to do this in a dream, but… I was familiarizing myself with our circumstances. I’m perfectly informed now.
Sanson: R-really? If a nurse of your caliber is saying it, I shouldn’t worry about anything… Just don’t overexert yourself, ok?
Nightingale: I appreciate your concern. By the way, what are you doing here?
Sanson: I’m looking for Asclepius. He’s been sneaking away from the infirmary every time we’re out of patients. New patients often come while he’s still away, so I decided to look for him.
Heroine XX: Hello, civilians. Do you need any help? If you’re lost, please follow my navigation AI. I’ll also be here to provide you with anything you need.
Sanson: No, thank you, we’re… Wait a moment, stay silent, please.
[Sanson catches a glimpse of Asclepius]
Sanson: I found him. What is he up to…?
Heroine XX: He’s got someone with him.
[Asclepius is talking with Skadi, too far away for us to hear]
Heroine XX: Mmm… That’s suspicious. He handed her an object in secret. Is this a smuggling deal? Actually, I saw it clearly. This is ice cream trafficking. I understand the feeling behind it. Earth’s ice cream is a treat. But why here, so deep in the woods?
Sanson: (No, I think he just handed it as a reward for a favor, you know, like a normal person would…)
Heroine XX: The suspect is on the move. He seems to be headed towards that cave. Let’s chase him!
Sanson: Sure, I guess… That’s not very nice to Asclepius, but I’m worried about whatever he’s doing.
[Inside the cave]
Asclepius’ voice: Good boy. Stay still. Yes. Just like this… Kehehe. You can’t even communicate and you’re still so much smarter than all the patients who ignore the doctor’s orders… Kehehehe… Interesting. If that’s how you work, then…
Mysterious voice: AaA… uuU… VaA…
Heroine XX: I can’t just keep watching this from the sidelines! How could you do this? I trusted that you were a mad scientist of justice! Come out from where you’re hiding, long-sleeved monster! What are you doing in such a dark cave?
Asclepius: Who said this? How did you find this confidential labora- Ugh, it’s you guys. … I have nothing to report. There’s nothing hidden in that cage behind me in the darker parts of the cave.
Nightingale: I can hear what sounds like a large crowd squirming.
Sanson: Ah…
[A group of zombies approach]
Asclepius: Darn it. I forgot to lock the cage.
Sanson: So many…
Nightingale: You gathered quite a few of them.
Heroine XX: I already said it before, but it bears repeating: I hate the zombie genre… And how dare you say you’re not doing anything? That’s clearly perjury!
Asclepius: I said I have nothing to report. What I’m doing is completely self-evident, therefore I wouldn’t even need to report it. Everyone knows I’m just working towards the progress of medicine.
Heroine XX: Rejected! You’re violating article Z-99 of the Space Chemical Regulation Law: “No zombies allowed”! A complex legal action is necessary open a decontamination project, so it might take a few months before we start cleaning this area. Honestly, it’s a real pain in the ass to fill out all the documents! I’ll just wreck it all! Etherspace, Yet Lawful!
[XX starts charging her NP, making the screen brighter with each textbox]
Asclepius: Wait, stop! Those are precious research subjects… It took me so long to learn how to handle them that I grew emotionally attached!? They may be slow to move, but they follow instructions faithfully and can endure long surgeries! If everything goes well, they can even solve the shortage of nurses we were worried about the other day…
Heroine XX: This goes against proper medical practices! Open your eyes, X-shaped hair!
Asclepius: Shit! I really have no cure for stupidity! Stop this! Stop this! STOOOOOOOOOOOOP!
[XX finally unleashes the Noble Phantasm]
After that incident, the Master ordered a new rule to be added to the sign in the medical tent. Asclepius (reluctantly) wrote “Don’t adopt zombies as pets”.
[Later, next to the lake]
Paracelsus: Excuse me…? Zombies? You mean one of the principles of voodoo? Oh, that’s not it. You’re talking about monsters who move after death and attack the living. I know a little about them. Us Common Era mages refer to those kinds as Living Deads. … … I see… Avoid them as you can. I can’t fault Dr. Asclepius for his interest, but they provide no tech useful for human treatment. Living Deads are impossible remains. I handle them until the Singularity is fixed. Leave this matter to me. I am used to this kind of job…
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2020.09.03 06:31 Ivan_the_Unpleasant Long Live the Human! Now His Invincible Majesty Must Choose a Bride!

Eight years. For eight long and bloody years, Maxwell Browning had led the war effort to depose the Lich-King Ameilikhos. Max—a 29-year-old former data-entry clerk and call-center drone, a loser, a nobody—had somehow been instrumental in uniting all the bickering factions scattered throughout the mystical Runelands. Against all odds, he had led them to victory as they had fought their way, inch by gruesome inch, across the whole of the continent. And now, at long last, the Lich-King was gone, his thousand-year reign of darkness and terror over.
It was over.
“Well,” said Max, mostly to himself, “at least now that it’s over, I can finally get some fucking rest.”
He was seated upon a great marble throne, in the grand hall of the royal palace at Emain Albach, once upon a very long time ago the seat of power for the Tuatha Dé Dannan, the fairy-folk who had ruled the Runelands in the age before the rise of the Lich-King. Standing at his right hand was Cadmus the minotaur, Max’s bodyguard and, for many years now, his trusted brother-in-arms. At his left stood Gaius, a portly and aged satyr, Max’s onetime military advisor—but now he was probably going to become Max’s vizier or chamberlain or minister or something.
“What do you mean over, Your Majesty?” rumbled Cadmus in his deep bass of a voice. “I thought you still wanted to find a way back home to your country. To the Cleaving Lands.”
“It’s Cleveland,” Max corrected. “And don’t call me ‘Your Majesty.’ I can’t run a country! I’m just a—a regular guy from Ohio!”
Gaius sniffed and adjusted his monocle. “Be that as it may, Sire, until you can locate another of these so-called ‘wormholes’ to take you back to your realm of ‘Urth,’ the sensible thing to do would be to remain here, in the Runelands, where you are among friends.”
“Yeah,” protested Max, “but they wanna make me king!”
“Of course they do,” said Gaius. “You are Maxwell. The Human. The Invincible.”
Max slumped over in the throne and let his face fall into his hands. “Please don’t,” he whined. It was bad enough that he was being hailed in the streets as a savior, a conqueror, a hero. Now there were also rumors flying hither and thither that Max, being human, was some kind of immortal being who couldn’t die. Some kind of… demigod.
Granted, those rumors weren’t without merit. But still…
“I’m afraid that I must, Sire,” said Gaius. “It is my duty. The people will have no ruler but you. None but the Lich-Slayer can keep the kindreds united!”
Cadmus chucked Max on the shoulder with a gentle punch—“gentle” for the minotaur still had Max’s upper arm smarting—and said, “Look at it this way, shield-brother. If you’re king, you’re in charge! Then you can do whatever you want!”
Gaius tried to interject. “That’s not exactly how it works—”
But Max cut him off. “Hey, you’re right! You know, we do have a saying where I come from: ‘It’s good to be the king!’”
“That’s the spirit!” said Cadmus with a wide smile.
Gaius harrumphed and said, “It isn’t quite that simple, Sire. There are still laws; charters; councils; the nobility; the druids’ circle; and, of course, our treaties with our allies.”
“Details,” said Max, getting up from the throne and throwing an arm around Gaius’s shoulder. “That’s what I’ve got you for, buddy!”
Gaius cleared his throat and politely extricated himself from the human’s half-embrace. “Ahem. Yes, well, as it happens, it is also my duty to bring one of those small details to your attention now. Before we can proceed with the official coronation, Your Majesty must choose a bride.”
Max froze. “What?”
Cadmus somehow managed to grin even wider and slapped Max on the back. “Congratulations!”
Max stumbled forward a couple of steps and stammered as he straightened his new ermine robe. “A bride!? But that’s—I couldn’t—I mean, how I can I possibly do that!? There aren’t any other humans in this dimension!”
Gaius fixed an intent gaze on the human and said, “Obviously, Your Majesty will have to take a wife from a species other than human.”
Max stared. “You’re kidding.”
“I am not,” said Gaius.
“And I have to go through with this, or else I can’t be king?”
“That is the law,” said the satyr with a nod.
“Great,” said Max, taking off his robe and tossing it onto the throne. “Then I quit. You can find someone else to do the job. C’mon, Big Guy; let’s go hit up a tavern or three—”
“Your Majesty,” growled Gaius through gritted teeth. “The Alliance? The treaties?”
Max sighed. “If I walk, it all falls apart, doesn’t it?”
“I wish it were not so,” said the satyr, empathy in his voice, “but with the Lich-King gone, the Alliance is more tenuous than ever. If you do not wear the crown, it could mean civil war!”
Max growled in annoyance and looked up at the grand hall’s high-vaulted ceiling. “Ugh—fine!” After a moment, he asked, “How much time do I have to decide?”
“Very little, I’m afraid,” said Gaius. “The supplicants are already here.”
“What!?”
“Your potential brides are already here,” said Gaius again. “They only await Your Majesty’s convenience.”
Max slumped back down onto the throne. “What do you need me to do?”
• • •
Max reclined listlessly on the cold marble seat, once again wearing his fancy royal robe. Because this was a formal occasion, he also had to carry the royal scepter in one hand and some kind of shiny… orb-thingy in the other. Apparently, it was important. Max didn’t really give a hoot.
Aðela, the cute little green goblin princess, had already offered him riches beyond his wildest imaginings, vast stores of precious stones and metals from the depths of the under-mountain. Elëa, the troll princess (who was a statuesque beauty, surprisingly attractive despite her horns and tail), had already offered him all the knowledge of her people, secret lore collected down through the centuries and kept safe in carefully hidden libraries. Zyânna, the lithe and brawny orc-queen, had offered up her hordes of barbarian warriors and all the plunder of the steppes. Pirate-Queen Anastasia, a scylla with eight writhing octopus-tentacles where a more humanoid woman would have had legs, had offered command over all her fleets and a veritable trove of maps to sunken treasure.
There had been many others; the queue still stretched on past the grand double-doors and clear out of the throne-room, into the columned gallery beyond.
Now it was Princess Aulinora’s turn. The daughter of the Elf-King stood before the throne, a model of slender grace and regal beauty. “If Your Majesty chooses me,” she said, her voice as golden as her loose ringlets of hair, “you shall have a wife who will remain ever-youthful even unto your waning years—and you will command the mightiest wizards in all the Runelands, to say nothing of the elves’ unparalleled collection of charms, enchantments, and dweomered artifacts!”
“That’s… very generous,” said Max, trying not to sound bored. “Do you think—could your wizards open a portal back to my world?”
Princess Aulinora was taken aback by the question. “I—I do not know, Majesty,” she stammered. “It is—possible? Perhaps?”
Max nodded. “Well; I’ll be sure to keep your phone number in my little black book. Next?”
At the princess’s questioning look, Gaius (who had been using a quill to tick names off of a scroll that unfurled all the way down to his hooves) explained, “His Majesty means that he will take Your Highness’s most generous offer under consideration, but first he must hear from all of his suitresses. I’m sure Your Highness understands.”
“Of course,” said the elf-princess, her voice a mask of practiced politesse. As she bowed low and moved aside, Gaius shot Max a withering glare.
Max just rolled his eyes and motioned for the next girl to come forward.
A pale, voluptuous figure in tight black leather and a blood-red cape approached the throne.
Gaius adjusted his monocle and consulted his scroll. “Her Nocturnal Majesty, Mihaela, Queen of the Vampires,” he announced.
Max shuddered, and he slowly set aside the scepter and orb and reached for his weapon—a high-powered, bolt-action rifle of his own devising, its barrel forged from dwarven adamant and inscribed up and down with all manner of sigils, runes, and spells—from where it lay resting against the base of his throne. Vampires gave him the heebie-jeebies. “Let me guess,” he said before Queen Mihaela could speak. “You offer me the gift of eternal life and the wisdom of centuries, or some jazz like that?”
Mihaela’s blood-red lips formed a predatory grin, and she answered in a sultry voice, “Yes, Your Royal Majesty. We could rule the night together as—”
Max cut her off. “Nope. I’m sick of this farce. I’m done.” He stood, raised up his gun in one hand, and shouted to the assembled royals, nobles, and courtiers, “All right, you primitive screw-heads, listen up!” (It was easily the dozenth time since he’d arrived in this strange dimension that he’d had occasion to use some variation on that particular one-liner.) “Everybody recognize this!?”
Shocked gasps and scandalized cries of “Well, I never!” slowly died down, until, at last, silence reigned in the throne-room. Then, a timid voice from somewhere in the crowd (Max couldn’t tell who it belonged to) supplied, “It is the weapon Your Majesty used to defeat the Lich-King!”
“That’s right,” said Max, starting to pace in front of his throne. “With the help of this big honkin’ magicked-up elephant-gun, me and my friends killed the bad guy. My friends. Couldn’t have done it without them. So—can’t believe I didn’t think of this first—I’m just gonna have to marry one of them.” Malcontented grumblings started to issue from the crowd, and so Max lowered his rifle, fished a bullet out of his pocket, and chambered the round—not because he intended to start shooting, but purely for dramatic emphasis. “Which means,” he bellowed, “if you’re not one of my adventuring companions, back the hell off, right now!
At least three dozen females from just as many fantastical species retreated to the wings of the grand hall, mumbling all the way about the sheer indignity, the unfairness of it all.
“Gold-diggers,” muttered Max under his breath. He set his rifle back against the throne, clapped his hands together, and turned to face his longtime adventuring party—his fellowship of boon companions, skilled warriors and worthy heroes all. They had been standing off to the side of the throne along with Cadmus, watching the proceedings with glum looks and heavy hearts. But now that Max had stated his new intentions, most of the females in the group (and maybe one or two of the males) regarded him with brightened expressions. “I know you guys,” said Max. “So at least I know I can trust you. And, hell, I don’t know if I’m in love with any of you, at least not yet, but—”
Gaius blinked and interjected, “Love, Sire?”
“Yes, love!” said Max. “Where I come from, humans—not all humans, but humans from my culture—we marry for love. Or we marry one-percenters with terminal illnesses, but that’s a corner-case. Point is, at least I know I like my friends.” He faced his party again and said, “So, how about it? Anyone want to shack up with little old me, and maybe be Queen of the Runelands for a while? Major bonus points if you’re willing to move to Ohio, once I find a wizard who can hocus-pocus a wormhole for us.”
It was Apollonia—bold Apollonia, valiant centaur knight—who clip-clopped forward and spoke first. She had the lower body of a sleek, chestnut-colored riding-pony, and she still wore her gleaming mail-shirt and her tabard with its chivalric crest. She blushed and said, “I… I do not know if I love you, Max, and I do not know if—if you can love a—someone like me. But I know that I liked it when we rode into battle together. When I carried you as your steed—protected and defended you. I felt—close to you.”
Muireann the mermaid came forward next. She was a siren: a learned bard and spell-songstress of the deep. One of her warbled enchantments gave her preternatural buoyancy, so that she could balance upon her coiled sea-serpent’s tail and thereby move about with relative ease upon dry land. She gazed upon Max with unvarnished lust and said, “I remember how much you liked hearing my songs and stories, Max. If you choose me, I’ll sing for you every night—amongst other things,” she added, with a suggestive flip of her sea-green hair.
Hilda the harpy fluttered forward to stand next to her fellows. She was a ranger and an eagle-eyed archer, the uncanniest markswoman that Max had ever known. “Hey; I can sing too!” she chirped. “And do you remember how many times I’ve saved your life, picking off targets from the air? Plus, I’d make a better wife for you than anyone! You know how much I want a nestful of hatchlings!”
Danaë skittered out in front of the others and spoke next. She was an arachne: her upper body was rather like that of a human or elvish woman, but with exceedingly fair skin, snow-white hair, and red eyes; whereas her lower body was that of a huge, black tarantula. Danaë was a burglar, remarkably stealthy when she wanted to be, entirely in spite of her bulky form. “I don’t have—that is, I’m not good with words like the others,” she said shyly. “And—and I know that I’m more of a monster than they are. But—but even still—”
“It’s okay,” said Max with a gentle smile. “Believe me, I get it. Nobody likes being put on the spot. And, for what it’s worth, you’re hands-down the best goddamn thief I’ve ever met—but you’re not a monster.”
“Nae,” came a croaking brogue from behind all the others, “she isn’t. But sure and I am.” The whole company parted aside in surprise, to reveal little Aoife the dulachan lurking in the back of the group. She appeared to be a pale, petite girl wearing a full suit of black, iron armor (minus the helmet), with wisps of dark mist exuding from the chinks in said armor and enveloping her in a diffuse shroud of lingering shadow. “And I think I should be yer wife.”
Amused titters and gasps of horror ran through the assembled crowd of courtiers, and some of the gossip was loud enough to overhear. “Isn’t that a death-fairy!?” “How could a creature like that have the gall to approach the king?” “I hear they can remove their heads from their bodies! Can you believe that?” “Why, I hear tell there’s nothing inside that armor but a cloud of shadow and ectoplasm! How disgusting!
“HEY!!!” roared Max at the top of his lungs. Again, the great hall fell silent. “That’s enough out of the peanut gallery!” He turned back to the dulachan and asked, “What makes you say that, Aoife?”
“Because I’ve loved ye since the day I met ye—and ta prove it, I saved yer life a total of four-hundred and eighty-seven times.”
An astonished silence fell over the chamber, and none were more awed than Max. He stared at Aoife for a long minute before the realization dawned upon him. “You’re the reason. You’re the reason that every time I’ve died in this world—and it’s been such a metric fuck-ton that I’ve completely lost count—I’ve gotten back up again like it was nothing!”
“Aye,” said Aoife simply.
“How’d you manage it?” asked Max.
“We dulachans serve the Grim Reaper,” said Aoife. “But we’ve also got a bit o’ pull wit’ the other side. I just told the bugger to sod off each time, and led yer soul back intae yer body.”
A wistful expression came over Max’s face, and he looked at Aoife with a faraway gaze. “I remember…” he said at last. “We would stand around a lot. While we waited for my body to heal. We would just… stand there together. And chat.”
“Aye,” said Aoife again. “It were nice, tae talk wit’ ye like that.”
“Nice and peaceful,” agreed Max. “I always thought I was dreaming. But I liked it.”
He turned to his adventuring companions, his dear friends, some of them his potential brides, and he said, “Okay, here’s how this is gonna go. All you bachelorettes are still in the running, but I think it’s fair to say that Aoife’s earned the first date.”
“Date?” came several confused voices.
“Yes, date,” said Max. “Old human courting custom. Very important.” He turned to Aoife, offered his hand in gentlemanly fashion, and asked, “Miss Aoife, would you do me the honor of having dinner with me tonight? We’ll keep it casual—no need to dress up or anything.”
Gaius sputtered, “Sire, this is highly irregular—”
“Shove it, Goat-Boy,” growled Max. “Aoife?”
“Aye, o’ course,” said the dulachan, taking Max’s hand. “If there’s one thing I’ve learned aboot humans in the last eight years, it’s that ye can get along wit’ just aboot anyone. Just maybe, if’n ye can unite all the kindreds o’ the Runelands, maybe ye can fall fer a death-sprite like meself.”
“Just maybe,” echoed Max with a laugh. After all, he mused, the human relationship with death was—to put it mildly—anything but simple.
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2020.08.08 11:34 Konchew The Queen's ○○ Days (2/2)

The Queen's ○○ Days (2/2)

And so, to learn how to relax and laze around, Lakshmi visits Ganesha, the best when it comes to slacking off. Ganesha tells Lakshmi to relax both physically and mentally and imitate the way she acts. As instructed Lakshmi enters the kotatsu, but she can not calm herself down. Just being inside the kotatsu is boring for her so she asks Ganesha for books to distract herself; Ganesha informs her that she only has light novels and manga before telling Lakshmi that these should be read while munching on chips and drinking cola. Lakshmi decides to refrain from such behavior and keeps fidgeting, unable to calm down.
 
Lakshmi: Uoooh! I'm at my limit! You mustn't start doing practice-swings, me! I am here to learn how to play indoors, how to laze around. What I need is fighting spirit! Cease your shaking, arm of mine!
 
Seeing her acting in such a manner, Captain Nemo wonders if this method of taking a breather might be difficult for Lakshmi Bai, personality-wise. His mutterings go unheard by the person in question who is busy being impressed by Ganesha's endurance. To think she would be able to put up with such training every day; as expected of a God!, she says. Though Ganesha can't help but feel like there is a serious difference in understanding, she brushes it off, more interested in being praised more. However, as a host, boring her guests is no good so she decides to invite them to a game that everyone can play. It is the latest VR game, a coop open-world RPG. Professor Nemo chimes in, revealing that the game is a technological experiment developed by Shion, Da Vinci, and her. While it is still at the stage of open beta testing so there might be bugs with the system and the resources, she can guarantee its quality. Since we are collaborating with the beta test, we get preferential treatment when it comes to the hardware.
 
Lakshmi: A game, huh. Digital games...I gave things a try at the recreation room, but basically they were all analog. I don't have much experience when it comes to this.
 
Ganesha: It's fine. It is easy to operate. Here, put these headsets on. Master and the others too.
 
Before we put on the headsets, Professor Nemo informs us that since she is one of the developers, she'll monitor us from the outside. Then we enter the game and find ourselves in a town. Lakshmi is surprised by how realistic the game looks, claiming that one could even mistake it for being inside the Simulator. In fact, according to Captain Nemo, some of the Simulator's resources are being diverted for this. Since this is nothing but an experiment, it would be a waste of time and resources to create a VR game from scratch. As an example of cutting corners where possible, Nero points to the weapon shop NPC who turns out to be...Eric Bloodaxe. In order to save resources, the NPCs are based on the data of the outward appearance of the Servants who consented to have it used for such things. The veteran gamer, Jina- I mean Ganesha, advises us to buy equipment and since she'll foot the bill we can choose what we like. We follow her advice and buy a weapon. (We could choose between a "Blood-Soaked Axe" and "Kama's Bow".) Turns out the weapon was cursed and we are afflicted with its curse as soon as we equip it. (The Blood-Soaked Axe doubles damage received, but gives us lifesteal while Kama's Bow greatly weakens us against "Love" attribute attacks.) Lakshmi is not sure what weapon to get so Nemo advises her to buy something she couldn't use normally since that is the real charm of games. The Captain buys a shield and sword for melee-use while Lakshmi grabs a wand that can use summoning magic.
 
Lakshmi: Hmm, it's light. Wouldn't it be too weak to crush the enemy's armor...?
 
Ganesha: Normally, caster-type jobs don't engage in melee combat so you'll be fine. Now then, let's...Hm?
 
Ganesha is interrupted by Okki's sudden appearance. The princess remarks about the unusual combination of members present; she's especially surprised by Lakshmi being here since she though she specialized in war games with Liangyu. The other gamer Servant, Tomoe isn't around and Okki confirms that she is alone this time. However, she quickly shifts gears, saying she's in a hurry and asks Ganesha to look at her map. A rare quest seems to have appeared. Since the probability of getting rewards eve if everyone joins her in completing said quest, Okki asks us to lend her a hand. We consent and depart for the forest.
 
Lakshmi: Un. Not a march or an escape, but a simple journey; such a thing can be quite pleasant too.
 
Ganesha: Oh. Are you having fun?
 
Lakshmi: Yes. Before, my head was so full of matters about allies, enemies, things I ought to do, things I must not do, and things I must do that I was basically desperate to move from place to place. Moving forward while enjoying the scenery and engaging in silly conversations with my friends like this... This might be my first time experiencing this.
 
Okki: Joining forces and defeating monsters is your first too, right?
 
Lakshmi: Fufu. Waving a wand and summoning spirits(?) too. It is a very valuable experience.
 
Nemo: I────not Nemo, but Triton, might not have traveled on foot on the surface like this. It is certainly fresh, but I'm starting to miss my ship a little.
 
Ganesha: Wait for the patches for the sea and underwater stages~.
 
Guda: I don't think that's the problem here...
 
Nemo draws closer to us.
 
Nemo: (whispering)...In any case, the game bringing her enjoyment in its own way is what's the most important. It would be great if she could learn how to take a breather properly this way, but...
 
Guda: Let's hope for the support of the indoor experts.
 
Nemo: ...Although it is a bit worrying that they are too well-versed in it. Well, I have no complaints about their escorting so far.
 
As we keep advancing through the forest, Okki calls out to us. Seems like we reached the location of the quest. In the distance, we can see Blackbeard and Anastasia. According to Ganesha, the rare quest is a rescue quest asking for the rescue of the princess from the clutches of a bandit.
 
Ganesha: Would we get a reward from the king if we rescue her? Now then, let's quickly────
 
Lakshmi: Fumu. An easy to understand cast. A beautiful princess and a villain trying to violate her... Even if it's made-up, I won't overlook it. Become rust on this summoning magic wand!
 
Guda: (Unexpectedly, it seems like she took a liking to her mage job.)
 
Nemo: ...? Still, their state is a bit...
 
Looking back at the quest targets, we can see Anastasia slowly approach a frightened Blackbeard.
 
??? (Anastasia) Hehehe. It's useless to scream, Princess.
 
??? (Blackbeard): Iyaah! Don't come closer, you brute!
 
...It seems like the roles are reversed. Anastasia is the bandit and Blackbeard is the princess. This messed up quest must be the handiwork of Da Vinci-chan.
 
Heinous and inhuman bandit (Anastasia): Oh oh, even your crying and screaming face is cute, Princess. But just how long will your elegant face last? Just what will happen to you now...you're fully aware of it, aren't you, huh? Or does the sheltered princess have no idea?
 
Beautiful Princess (Blackbeard): No, don't come closer! I-I know...you're going to do something terrible to me, something Poseidon or Zeus would do!
 
Nemo: ...Just what goes through the heads of the Greek gods...
 
Guda: Anastasia with a threatening voice...nice!
 
Okki: This isn't the time to be enjoying it! Though I admit it is interesting!
 
Indeed, no matter how interesting the current situation might be since it is a quest there is only one thing for us to do. Saving the princess(?)! And so, we attack the bandit and send her packing. It was quite easy which Ganesha makes sure to point out. The enemies are too weak and difficulty is low so there is no challenge. Lakshmi wonders if that's the case, but Okki quickly warns her not to use Ganesha as a standard.
 
Okki: Unlike Hime who's just cheating on the manuscript (with this game), she's a bonafide no-life gamer.
 
Ganesha: Well, I'm the speedrun champion. Ain't it obvious that the more time you put into it, the stronger you'll get? My current status is pretty much god level! I have no opponent in the world! Hahaha! I'd like them to implement a hard mode and something even harder than that!
 
Nemo: Good grief, a god who gets carried away will turn into a good-for-nothing most of the time. I'd like her to be careful with that, but...Hm? Seems like there was one more enemy left.
 
Ganesha: Ah, then I'll leave it to Lakshmi-san to defeat them.
 
Lakshmi: I'm not inclined to carry out some meaningless hunt for remnants, but if they are heading for us instead of running away then it can't be helped. Alright, then I'll summon some spirits for offense again────
Lakshmi begins to summon and with a crash of lightning something appears. Confused, Lakshmi says that something different from what she intended to summon has appeared. Seems like one can randomly summon a rare spirit in this game. As the smoke clears, the spirit Lakshmi summoned is revealed to be...Parvati.
 
Parvati: Are there any bad kids who do nothing but play games here...?
 
Guda: She's saying a namahage[1] like line while smiling!
 
Ganesha: Eek, Maman────no, Mother!? Why are you here!? No, wait, Ahaha. It's a game so this is some ill-natured rarely produced thing. No way it could be anything but that. To think she'd let them use her data, that's unexpected... Well, in any case, it's just an NPC that is using the data of her appearance, in the end. Hahan, it's not scary at all! Are you doing fine, Mother!? Just kidding! (hitting noises)
 
Guda: She's doing something she can't normally do...
 
Lakshmi: Wait, there is something wrong with the wand. Don't do as you please... It's not over yet!
 
The wand shines and more Parvatis are summoned accompanied by lightning. Seeing the increasing number of her Mom, Ganesha freaks out and even Okki is afraid. Professor Nemo chooses this moment to contact us.
 
Nemo Professor: Hello, good day. Here's an emergency report from the administration. The program is bugging out, it's bugging out~. Unexpected NPC data is continuously being generated without permission. They are the type that can be battled to boot. Seems like the game has been magically connected to the Simulator somehow, probably due to the presence of a god~. In other words, the situation over there right now is sort of like the Simulator. If your avatar is chipped at, your own Saint Graph might also take a hit from the magical feedback, you know? The forced log out command isn't being accepted either... I can take care of it manually, but it will take some time. During that time, while it might be a bother, please do something about it with your own strength.
 
Hearing the news, Lakshmi shudders.
 
Lakshmi: ...Did I────mess things up once again?
 
Nemo: ........
 
Ganesha: I take back what I said about the difficulty not being hard enough! ────I don't want such a nightmare!
We engage the Parvatis in combat, but the numbers are too high. Just as we are about to be overwhelmed something happens and they disappear.
 
Ganesha: Haah, haah, haah. W-we won...! I can feel the joy of being alive after a long while! Actually, weren't they only aiming for me? It's true that I was slacking off on my duties as a god though!
 
The Professor contacts us once again. Seems like she managed to fix the problem.
With a bitter expression, Lakshmi calls out to us.
 
Lakshmi: ...Everyone, I apologize. This game────let's end it here.
 
Ganesha: Hm, that's true. I haven't broken out in cold sweat from a game in a while.
 
Lakshmi: ...I am sorry...
 
Nemo: ..............
 
And so, the gaming session ends here. Later, we find Lakshmi in the library once again in the company of a fidgeting Shikibu.
 
Guda: Curiously, Lakshmi-san has her head in her arms on the desk, like an unmotivated and hopeless student...
 
Lakshmi: As expected...it's no good. My bad luck and misfortune are always present. I cause nothing but trouble to others like this. In that case, like I thought, it would be better if I didn't get close to others unless necessary────
 
Nemo Marine: Wa~n, I can't watch this. She's super depressed~.
 
Nemo Bakery: It's alright, with what has happened so far, we got the gist of the problem~. If he understands the problem, Captain's actions will be swift♡
 
Nemo Professor: After all, if a captain can't make swift decisions, they aren't fit for the job, right?
 
Speak of the devil; Captain Nemo enters the library.
 
Nemo: Lakshmi, can I have some of your time?
 
Lakshmi: No...right now, I'm...not really in the mood. If you'd like to talk, let's do it another ti────
 
Nemo: It's related to your problem. As a commander, if your army has issues, to listen to the analysis of said issue would be the logical move, no?
 
Hearing Nemo's words, Lakshmi springs to her feet in surprise.
 
Lakshmi: That's true. However, my problem would be...?
 
Nemo: Yes. If you were to put it into words, it's quite simple. Your biggest problem would be──── That you are underestimating us.
 
Lakshmi: What do you mean by that...?
 
Nemo: And so I asked the two teachers to accompany me here. Now then, you two, go ahead and give us your impressions.
(Summer) Ushiwakamaru and Ganesha appears.
 
Ushi: My impressions about today? I enjoyed myself quite a lot, obviously! A lot of things happened, but that's exactly why! Let's say I managed to have an unforgettable playing session!
 
Ganesha: I was astonished it was so frightening... But I managed to taste a thrill I haven't felt in a long while so yes, as a gaming experience, it was super fun. If it wasn't a game, I feel like I did something real disrespectful, but that will be one of my top secrets. I wish it will all disappear from the logs.
 
Guda: Incidentally, I had fun too.
 
Lakshmi: !!
 
Nemo: ...Do you get it? That's how we felt about that bad luck and misfortune you've been worrying yourself over as if the world was going to end. To put it another way...right. Because of that bad luck, you thought you needed to put a wall between us to some extent so we could be friends. But even so, that doesn't mean you hate that power of the goddess of misfortune or that you want to throw it away. Isn't that right?
 
Lakshmi: That goes without saying! I am...grateful to her. I can be here exactly because she is with me. I can fight as a Servant. There is no point in thinking "what if that weren't the case" and such. That is the current me, after all.
 
Nemo: That's right. You've accepted that bad luck of yours as an inseparable part of yourself──── We have also accepted it as a part of you. Just like you.
 
Lakshmi: !!
 
Nemo: That's why this is related to what I said before. You shouldn't underestimate us so much. I want you to trust us. Or are we so weak that you can't trust us?
 
Lakshmi: That's────
 
Nemo: We acknowledge that this is what makes you. You should just act more naturally. Truly, that's all you need.
 
Lakshmi: Aah...I see. Perhaps, that's how it is. Up until now, the only thing I was thinking of when it came to my bad luck was to try and not cause anyone trouble or harm them──── Perhaps, I was mistaken. There might be a different meaning to it. This too────might be one of my connections to you...
 
The Nemos smile.
 
Ganesha: This is something from this Ganesha-san who's from the same country as you. A welcome advice coming from the voice within. "Bad luck and misfortune are two sides of the same coin".
 
Nemo Professor: (In truth, it can also be interpreted as the goddess of misfortune being nothing but another aspect of the [goddess of fortune]("fg "Lakshmi"), right...)
 
Lakshmi: ...Right. One can feel neither bad luck nor misfortune if one isn't alive. It is a result of "me definitely existing here". If I think about it again...they weren't often around the me who ended her life so quickly. I didn't have the time to feel them in the midst of battle as I put up a desperate resistance every day.
 
Guda: But you can feel them now?
 
Lakshmi: Yes. For the days filled with bad luck and misfortune to "continue"──── That may be precious in itself. I have noticed that for the first time just now. Without realizing such an obvious thing, I feel like I was only frantically seeking the results of battle...
 
Ganesha: Yeah. I've heard the story, but, for example, the method to get along with children is not something you can learn in a day. Even for me such a skill is a delicate subject.
 
Lakshmi: Long ago...I lost my child when he was young. This eventually became one of the factors that contributed to that Great Rebellion. No, after that, I adopted a child and our relationship wasn't but, but... Like I thought, the time we spent together was short. That's why, thinking about it, it is my first experience with "struggling on how to interact with children". With such little experience, it's no wonder that it turned out like this.
 
Nemo: This is your first time trying to find ways to interact with children and people outside the battlefield while keeping an eye on your bad luck and misfortune. You are starting to do things you couldn't in the past──── ...It is obvious you would be perplexed. There is no need to come to an answer as soon as possible.
 
Lakshmi: Fufu. I still don't understand myself well enough. It was presumptuous of me to think I could fight well enough. If you rush into an assault without understanding the strength and nature of your army, it is an obvious fact that something will be waiting for you...
 
Shikibu: I know this is quite abrupt, but I would like to make a suggestion! As I was listening to your discussion, I was struck with an idea...
 
Guda: What is it, what is it?
 
Shikibu: Lakshmi-sama...how about writing a diary?
 
Lakshmi: Diary?
 
Shikibu: Yes. Record yourself on paper. There will be a self separate from you inside the diary you wrote. Look back on your daily life and face yourself. And then, along with that, think about the relationship between you and your surroundings...──── You can use simple sentences. How about giving it a try once here?
 
Lakshmi: Hmm...?
 
Ushi: Lakshmi-dono's diary! It feels like that would turn into an entertaining read! I'm excited to see what sudden and novel games happened today! You want to do it again, right, that "Killing Hundreds of Sea Demon on the Docks"!
 
Lakshmi: Wait. Are diaries meant to be shown to others?
 
Shikibu: I-I wonder? For me who is aware that her own diary has been read by a vast number of people...it is hard to say anything about that...
 
Ganesha: Isn't it fine if you start out from the beginning with the assumption that it will be read by others? An experimental SNS made by Da Vinci-san and Shion-san to amuse themselves similar to that game... Its name was, as I recall, Servastagram! [2]
 
Guda: There was something like that!?
 
Lakshmi: This is my first time hearing about it too, but...they say whatever doesn't kill you only makes you stronger. It may be a thing where one can continue exactly because they can be seen by others. This is────the time to decide. Shall I give it a try...!
 
Nemo: The logbook is important. I think it's a fine idea. By rereading it, many discoveries can be born, and by reading that, another ship can learn from it.
 
Lakshmi: Umu. Captain Nemo...play around to relax and build a smooth relationship with others; I understand that such guidelines to the beginning are still a way off for me. Most importantly, first of all, I should think of a method to get along with others that is more like me. Like you said────I will believe in the others. I noticed this thanks to you. I am grateful. One way or another, from now, I'll be myself. ...But, well. I think I understand how to relax a bit more compared to before────
 
The scene shifts from the library to a corridor in Chaldea.
 
Narrator: And so, Lakshmi Bai's diary that she started posting on Servastagram──── It was serious and polite, lacking any excess embellishments and written similar to a report. For reasons such as "reading it somehow made me all lively" "oddly enough, it makes me feel positive" "it is ideal for magical observations related to the passage of fortune and celestial bodies", it was surprisingly well-received by readers. Below is a part of this journal. "○ Month x Day: ────I met the children today and we played with them for a bit."
 
Nursery Rhyme: Ufufu! What's this, it's so much fun!
 
Jalter Lily: It feels somewhat dangerous, but it's fun!
Bunyan: Waah! It's terrific!
 
Jack: More, do it more!
 
Narrator: "...Like always, I caused some trouble, but I started to think that that's fine too." "Obviously, only if it makes the other party smile. As expected, I don't want to get used to causing trouble itself." "It's just────the children are Servants too. They must have experienced bad luck and misfortune I haven't seen yet." "I think that's exactly why my bad luck possesses a power that can make them laugh." "...I must not underestimate them. Just like this, I should keep interacting with them and learn." "I have learned a lot today. ────I was fortunate."
 
The scene shifts to the cafeteria.
 
Narrator: "○ Month △ Day: ──────────────────I was fortunate."
 
The scene shifts to the docks.
 
Narrator: "○ Month □ Day: ──────────────────I was fortunate."
 
The scene shifts to My Room.
 
Narrator: "○ Month ◇ Day: ──────────────────I was fortunate."
 
The scene shifts to a corridor once again.
 
Lakshmi: ...Aah, it's you guys.
 
Narrator: "○ Month ◎ Day: ────Today, I met────"
 
Nemo and Guda show up.
 
Narrator: "...reliable comrades who made me realize something important." "Aah────" "────Today as well, I live surrounded by good luck."

The End

Translation notes: [1] Namahage [2] Guess this is Chaldea's version of Instagram. The original is "サヴァスダグラム".
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  244. Laboratory Manual for Introductory Geology: Bradley Deline & Randa Harris & Karen Tefend
  245. Essentials of Economics, 10th Edition: Bradley Schiller & Karen Gebhardt
  246. What is Life? A Guide to Biology, 3rd Edition: Jay Phelan
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  251. Szycher’s Practical Handbook of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 1st Edition: Michael Szycher
  252. Innovation in Food Ecosystems: Entrepreneurship for a Sustainable Future: 1st Edition: Paola De Bernardi & Danny Azucar
  253. A Realistic Theory of Social Entrepreneurship: A Life Cycle Analysis of Micro-Finance, 1st Edition: Arvind Ashta & Muhammad Yunus
  254. Sport Entrepreneurship and Public Policy: Building a New Approach to Policy-making for Sport, 1st Edition: Vanessa Ratten
  255. Structural Dynamics, 1st Edition: Martin Williams
  256. Structural Dynamics: Theory and Computation, 6th Edition: Mario Paz & Young Hoon Kim
  257. Special Topics in Structural Dynamics & Experimental Techniques, Volume 5: Proceedings of the 37th IMAC, 1st Edition: Nikolaos Dervilis
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  259. Structural Dynamics: Concepts and Applications, 1st Edition: Henry R. Busby & George H. Staab
  260. Advanced Structural Dynamics, 1st Edition: Eduardo Kausel
  261. The Mind's Machine: Foundations of Brain and Behavior, 2nd Edition: Neil V. Watson & S. Marc Breedlove
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  263. Psychology, Australian and New Zealand Hybrid, 5th Edition: Lorelle J. Burton & Drew Westen & Robin M. Kowalski
  264. Empowerment Series: Direct Social Work Practice: Theory and Skills, 10th Edition: Dean H. Hepworth & Ronald H. Rooney & Glenda Dewberry Rooney & Kim Strom-Gottfried
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  266. Essential Pharmaceutics, 1st Edition: Ashlee D. Brunaugh & Hugh D. C. Smyth & Robert O. Williams III
  267. Ethical Issues in Social Work Practice, 1st Edition: Antonio Sandu & Ana Frunza
  268. Advances in Psychology and Law: Volume 4, 1st Edition: Brian H. Bornstein & Monica K. Miller
  269. Campbell Essential Biology, 6th Edition, Global Edition: Eric J. Simon & Jean L. Dickey & Jane B. Reece & Kelly A. Hogan
  270. A Companion to Ancient Near Eastern Art, 1st Edition: Ann C. Gunter
  271. A Companion to the Ancient Near East, 2nd Edition: Daniel C. Snell
  272. Cardiovascular Physiology, 9th Edition: David E. Mohrman & Lois Jane Heller
  273. Cotton and Williams' Practical Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: The Fundamentals, 7th Edition: Adam Haycock & Jonathan Cohen & Brian P. Saunders & Peter B. Cotton & Christopher B. Williams
  274. Strategic Human Resource Planning for Academic Libraries: Information, Technology and Organization, 1st Edition: Michael A. Crumpton
  275. Test Success Test-Taking Techniques for Beginning Nursing Students, 8th Edition: Patricia M Nugent & Barbara A Vitale
  276. Zoology: The Secret World of Animals: DK Smithsonian Institution
  277. Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work, 2012th Edition: James W. Drisko & Melissa D Grady
  278. Pandemics, Publics, and Narrative: Mark Davis & Davina Lohm
  279. A+ Guide to IT Technical Support, 9th Edition: Jean Andrews
  280. Personality Disorders: Elements, History, Examples, and Research: Vera Maass
  281. Progress in Materials Science and Engineering, 1st Edition: Carlos Brebbia & Jerome J. Connor
  282. Neoliberal Psychology, 1st Edition: Carl Ratner
  283. International Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism, 1st Edition: Eran Shor & Stephen Hoadley
  284. Fluid Mechanics, 8th Edition in SI Unit: Frank M. White
  285. Design and Optimization of Thermal Systems: with MATLAB Applications, 3rd Edition: Yogesh Jaluria
  286. Computer and Cyber ​​Security: Principles, Algorithm, Applications, and Perspectives, 1st Edition: Brij B. Gupta
  287. Fit To Be Well, 5th Edition: Alton L. Thygerson & Steven M. Thygerson
  288. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association: 7th Edition: American Psychological Association
  289. Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Conditions: A Comprehensive Guide to Clinical Management, 4th Edition: Ann W. Kummer
  290. Davis's Comprehensive Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests with Nursing Implications, 8th Edition: Anne M Van Leeuwen & Mickey L Bladh
  291. Law and Language in the Middle Ages: Matthew W. McHaffie
  292. Health Communication: Strategies and Skills for a New Era, 1st Edition: Claudia Parvanta & Sarah Bass
  293. Berkowitz's Pediatrics: A Primary Care Approach, 5th Edition: Carol D. Berkowitz
  294. Brain & Behavior: An Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience, 5th Edition: Bob Garrett & Gerald Hough
  295. Essentials of Investments, 10th Edition: Zvi Bodie & Alex Kane & Alan Marcus
  296. The Legal Mind: A New Introduction to Legal Epistemology: Bartosz Brożek
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  298. Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind, 5th Edition: David Buss
  299. Economics: Principles, Problems, & Policies, 20th Edition: Campbell R. McConnell & Stanley L. Brue & Sean Masaki Flynn
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  315. Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations: Policies and Practices, 3rd Edition: John Zietlow & Jo Ann Hankin & Alan Seidner & Tim O'Brien
  316. How Children Develop, 6th Edition: Robert S. Siegler & Jenny Saffran & Nancy Eisenberg & Elizabeth Gershoff
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  319. Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets, 8th Edition, Global Edition: John C. Hull
  320. Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives, 10th Edition: John C. Hull
  321. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 9th Edition: Richard Brealey & Stewart Myers & Alan Marcus
  322. Solutions Manual for Investments, 10th Edition: Zvi Bodie & Alex Kane & Alan Marcus
  323. University Physics with Modern Physics in SI Units, 15th Edition, Global Edition: Hugh D. Young & Roger A. Freedman
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  18. Principles of Microeconomics, 12th Edition, Global Edition: Karl E. Case & Ray C. Fair & Sharon E. Oster
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  22. Stroke: Practical Management, 4th Edition: Charles P. Warlow & Jan van Gijn & Martin S. Dennis & Joanna M. Wardlaw & John M. Bamford
  23. Pulmonary Embolism, 3rd Edition: Paul D. Stein
  24. Making the Team: A Guide for Managers, 6th Edition: Leigh Thompson
  25. Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity, 10th Edition: John C. Kotz & Paul M. Treichel & John Townsend & David Treichel
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  31. Clinical Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics: Concepts and Applications, 4th Edition: Malcolm Rowland & Thomas N. Tozer
  32. Political Contexts of Educational Leadership: ISLLC Standard Six, 1st Edition: Jane Lindle
  33. Psychology in Action, 12th Edition: Karen Huffman & Katherine Dowdell & Catherine A. Sanderson
  34. Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, 4th Edition: Yunus Cengel & John Cimbala
  35. BRS Physiology, 7th Edition: Linda S. Costanzo
  36. Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis, 5th Edition: Roxy Peck & Chris Olsen & Jay L. Devore
  37. Principles of Microeconomics: An Integrative Approach, 1st Edition: Martin Kolmar
  38. Feigin and Cherry's Textbook of Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Volume 1, 8th Edition: James Cherry & Gail J. Demmler-Harrison & Sheldon L. Kaplan & William J. Steinbach & Peter J Hotez
  39. Social Problems in a Diverse Society, 6th Edition: Diana Kendall
  40. Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from Data, 4th Edition, Global Edition: Alan Agresti & Christine A. Franklin & Bernhard Klingenberg
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  42. The McGraw-Hill Guide: Writing for College, Writing for Life, 4th Edition: Duane Roen & Gregory Glau & Barry Maid
  43. Texas Politics Today 2017-2018 Edition, 18th Edition: Jones & William Earl Maxwell & Ernest Crain & Morhea Lynn Davis & Christopher Wlezein
  44. Ethics: Theory and Contemporary Issues, 9th Edition: Barbara MacKinnon & Andrew Fiala
  45. Fisiologia Humana: Uma Abordagem Integrada, 7th Edition: Dee Unglaub Silverthorn
  46. C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design, 8th Edition: D. S. Malik
  47. Development Across the Life Span, Global Edition, 8th Edition: Robert S Feldman
  48. Introduction to Comparative Politics: Political Challenges and Changing Agendas, 8th Edition: Mark Kesselman & Joel Krieger & William A. Joseph
  49. Introductory Chemistry: An Active Learning Approach, 6th Edition: Mark S. Cracolice & Edward I. Peters
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  54. Exploring Microeconomics, 4th Canadian Edition: Robert Sexton & Peter Fortura & Colin Kovacs
  55. Business Law Today, Comprehensive: Text and Cases: Diverse, Ethical, Online, and Global Environment, 10th Edition: Roger LeRoy Miller
  56. Organic Chemistry, 9th Edition: John E. McMurry
  57. Framework for Marketing Management, 6th Edition: Philip Kotler & Kevin Lane Keller
  58. Statistics and Data Analysis for Nursing Research, 2nd Edition, New International Edition: Denise F. Polit
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  60. Business Law: Text and Cases, 14th Edition: Kenneth W. Clarkson & Roger LeRoy Miller & Frank B. Cross
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  64. Macroeconomics, 5th Edition: Stephen D. Williamson
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  67. An Introduction to Genetic Analysis, 11th Edition: Anthony J. F. Griffiths & Susan R. Wessler & Sean B. Carroll & John Doebley
  68. Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism, 7th Edition: Sareen S. Gropper & Jack L. Smith & Timothy P. Carr
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  74. Good Reasons: Researching and Writing Effective Arguments, 7th Edition: Lester Faigley & Jack Selzer
  75. Essentials of Pediatric Nursing, 2nd Edition: Theresa Kyle
  76. Experiencing MIS, 7th Edition, Global Edition: David M. Kroenke & Randall J. Boyle
  77. Money, Banking, and the Financial System, 3rd Edition: R. Glenn Hubbard & Anthony Patrick O'Brien
  78. Classics of Public Administration, 8th Edition: Jay M. Shafritz & Albert C. Hyde
  79. Harrison's Hematology and Oncology, 3rd Edition: Dan Longo
  80. Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Edition: Gregory J. Privitera
  81. Mechanics of Materials, 7th Edition in SI Units: Ferdinand P. Beer & E. Russell Johnston & John T. DeWolf & David F. Mazurek
  82. Statics and Mechanics of Materials, 2nd Edition: Ferdinand Beer & E. Johnston & John DeWolf & David Mazurek
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  87. College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences, and Social Sciences, 13th Edition, Global Edition: Raymond A. Barnett & Michael R. Ziegler & Karl E. Byleen
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  92. Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications, 8th Edition: Kenneth Rosen
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  94. Practical Business Statistics, 7th Edition: Andrew Siegel
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  96. A Concise Guide to Market Research: The Process, Data, and Methods Using IBM SPSS Statistics, 2nd Edition: Marko Sarstedt & Erik Mooi
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  98. Intro Stats, 5th Edition: Richard D. De Veaux & Paul F. Velleman & David E. Bock
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  100. Frank Wood's Business Accounting, 13th Edition: Alan Sangster & Frank Wood
  101. Nutrition for Health and Health Care, 5th Edition: Linda Kelly DeBruyne & Kathryn Pinna
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  106. International Relations, Brief Edition, 7th Edition: Jon C. W. Pevehouse & Joshua S. Goldstein
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  109. Social Psychology, 10th Edition: Elliot Aronson & Timothy D. Wilson & Robin M. Akert & Samuel R. Sommers
  110. Mastering Technical Communication Skills: A Student's Handbook, 1st Edition: Peter Wide
  111. Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic, 4th Edition: Ross L. Finney & Franklin D. Demana & Bert K. Waits & Daniel Kennedy
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  113. Therapeutic Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: A Comprehensive Atlas, 2nd Edition: Hoon Jai Chun & Suk-Kyun Yang & Myung-Gyu Choi
  114. Corporate Financial Reporting and Analysis: A Global Perspective, 4th Edition: S. David Young & Jacob Cohen & Daniel A. Bens
  115. Clinical Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: A Comprehensive Atlas, 2nd Edition: Hoon Jai Chun & Suk-Kyun Yang & Myung-Gyu Choi
  116. Scientific Examination of Documents: Methods and Techniques, 4th Edition: David Ellen & Stephen Day & Christopher Davies
  117. Nature, Artforms, and the World Around Us: An Introduction to the Regions of Aesthetic Experience, 1st Edition: Robert E. Wood
  118. M: Management, 5th Edition: Thomas Bateman & Scott Snell & Robert Konopaske
  119. Essentials of Strategic Management: The Quest for Competitive Advantage, 4th Edition: John Gamble & Arthur Thompson & Margaret Peteraf
  120. Marketing: An Introduction, 6th Canadian Edition: Gary Armstrong & Philip Kotler & Valerie Trifts & Lilly Anne Buchwitz
  121. Applied Behavior Analysis, 3rd Edition: John O. Cooper & Timothy E. Heron & William L. Heward
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  123. Principles of Marketing, 7th European Edition: Philip Kotler & Gary Armstrong & Lloyd C. Harris & Nigel Piercy
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  125. Marketing Management, 15th Edition, Global Edition: Philip Kotler & Kevin Lane Keller
  126. The Insects: Structure and Function, 5th Edition: R. F. Chapman & Stephen J. Simpson & Angela E. Douglas
  127. International Relations, 2013-2014 Update, 10th Edition: Joshua S. Goldstein & Jon C. Pevehouse
  128. Human Biology, 14 Edition: Sylvia Mader & Michael Windelspecht
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  130. Precalculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic, 8th Edition: Franklin D. Demana & Bert K. Waits & Gregory D. Foley & Daniel Kennedy
  131. Financial Management: Theory & Practice, 15th Edition: Eugene F. Brigham & Michael C. Ehrhardt
  132. Advanced Financial Accounting, 7th Edition: Thomas H. Beechy & V. Umashanker Trivedi & Kenneth E. MacAulay
  133. Basics of Engineering Economy, 2nd Edition: Leland Blank & Anthony Tarquin
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  135. Corporate Finance: Principles & Practice, 7th Edition: Denzil Watson
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  137. Linux with Operating System Concepts, 1st Edition: Richard Fox
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  140. Krugman's Economics for AP®, 2nd Edition: David A. Anderson
  141. Using IBM® SPSS® Statistics for Research Methods and Social Science Statistics, 7th Edition: William E. Wagner
  142. Sleisenger and Fordtran's Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease Review and Assessment, 10th Edition: Emad Qayed & Nikrad Shahnavaz
  143. Maternal Child Nursing Care, 5th Edition, Study Guide: Shannon E. Perry & Marilyn J. Hockenberry & Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk & David Wilson
  144. Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory, 3rd Edition: Peter Barry
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  148. Movement Disorders (What Do I Do Now? ), 1st Edition: Richard A. Walsh & Robertus M.A. De Bie & Susan H. Fox
  149. Internet Infrastructure: Networking, Web Services, and Cloud Computing, 1st Edition: Richard Fox & Wei Hao
  150. Information Technology: An Introduction for Today’s Digital World, 1st Edition: Richard Fox
  151. Abnormal Psychology, 8th Edition: Thomas F. Oltmanns & Robert E. Emery
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2020.07.23 19:09 jillyapple1 v. 36 Box Buying Strategy for New Players

v. 36 Box Buying Strategy for New Players
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For those with reading disabilities, I've created a pictogram. It's less detailed, but hopefully easier on your eyes. You can click on Flowchart with Pictures or scroll down.
As you play the game, you will get missions that require you to use one of a group of emoji. We call these groups "tags". It costs 20 gems to skip a mission, and gems are precious, hard to come by, and should be hoarded for exclusive emoji. So to help you save on gems, here is a box buying strategy that will hopefully help you get all the tags you need before it becomes an issue. No exclusives or group collection emoji were considered in the calculations.
I created three visual aids on which I base my advice: Data Chart, Data Table 1 and Data Table 2. PLEASE let me know if you find any errors in the data sets or this post. Note that sometimes in the Data Tables, a row may have 2 boxes the same color. This is because the auto-highlight becomes confused by a tie.
The most recent list of tags is here, starting with a list of tags for each emoji, and then a list of emoji for each tag.
My advice is, focus first on the FRANCHISES. (This uses mostly the top half of the Data Chart, if you want to follow along). Steps 1, 2 and 3 are interchangeable. At mission level 18, you can start getting certain tags from MISSION GROUP 3, including DISNEY PRINCESS, GREEN, and OUTER SPACE tags. If you already have Outer Space, you may wish to do step 2 before step 1. At mission level 50, you start getting MISSION GROUP 2 tags, which includes many franchises.
If you already have all the gold-only franchise tags (Coco, Hercules, Incredibles, Nightmare Before Christmas, Pocahontas, Princess and the Frog, Rescue Rangers, Snow White, Up, Wreck-it-Ralph), you may wish to skip the gold box in the rotation of silver, series and gold boxes. Or you can keep it in the rotation to get breadth of emoji for events and daily challenges.
If you already have all the silver-only franchise tags (Lion King, Little Mermaid, Monster’s Inc, Winnie-the-Pooh), the cat/dog tag, Jiminy, and Timothy Q. Mouse, you may wish to skip the silver box in the rotation of silver, series, gold boxes. Or you can keep it in the rotation to get breadth of emoji for events and daily challenges, and build up your silvers in preparation for maxing silvers. I think there are several benefits to maxing silvers, which I discuss in more detail below.
  1. Rotate SILVER, SERIES ONE, and GOLD until you have these tags covered:
    1. ALICE IN WONDERLAND
    2. CINDERELLA
    3. FINDING NEMO/DORY
    4. MUPPETS
    5. TOY STORY
    6. ZOOTOPIA
    7. OUTER SPACE (a MISSION GROUP 3 tag):
      1. SERIES ONE: Alien, Buzz Lightyear, Stitch, WALL-E
      2. GOLD: Calhoun, Gonzo
  2. Rotate SILVER, SERIES TWO, and GOLD until you have these tags covered:
    1. ALADDIN
    2. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
    3. MOANA
    4. MULAN
    5. TANGLED
    6. DISNEY PRINCESS:
      1. SILVER: Ariel
      2. SERIES TWO: Belle, Jasmine, Mulan, Rapunzel
      3. GOLD: Merida, Pocahontas, Princess Atta, Snow White, Tiana
    7. GREEN:
      1. SILVER: Goofy, Jiminy Cricket, Mike
      2. SERIES TWO: Hatbox Ghost, Pascal, Peter Pan
      3. GOLD: Crush, Disgust, Fauna, Flit, Gus, Hugo, Louis, Mad Hatter
  3. Rotate SILVER, SERIES THREE, and GOLD until you have these tags covered:
    1. PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN.
    2. INSIDE OUT
    3. JUNGLE BOOK
  4. Rotate SILVER and GOLD until you have these tags covered:
    1. COCO
    2. HERCULES
    3. INCREDIBLES
    4. LION KING
    5. LITTLE MERMAID
    6. NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS
    7. POCAHONTAS
    8. PRINCESS AND THE FROG
    9. RESCUE RANGERS
    10. SNOW WHITE
    11. UP
    12. WINNIE-THE-POOH
    13. WRECK-IT-RALPH
  5. If you haven't gotten a FROZEN tag yet, buy SERIES TWO until you do. SERIES TWO has slightly better odds than SERIES ONE, and also has OLAF. At some point you'll want OLAF at level 2, but don't worry about it right now. If you get SVEN instead of OLAF, take it and move on. SERIES TWO also has slightly better odds than SERIES ONE for getting a PETER PAN tag.
  6. Then take a look at what tags you have left to get, and use the bottom half of the Data Chart to plan your strategy. An explanation of how to use the chart is below. The remaining MISSION GROUP 3 tags are:
    1. BLUE:
      1. (18%) GOLD: Barley, Bruce, Destiny, Drizella, Fix-It Felix, Jr., Flik, Gadget, Gonzo, Ian, Lady Kluck, Madame Leota, Monterey Jack, Pegasus, Sadness, Sally, The Bride, The Prince, Yesss
      2. (17%) SILVER: Donald Duck, Dumbo, Eeyore, Jiminy Cricket, Sulley
      3. (16%) SERIES ONE: Dory, Genie, Stitch
      4. (11%) SERIES TWO: Abominable Snowman, Hatbox Ghost
      5. (10%) SERIES THREE: Joy, Sadness
    2. SCARY:
      1. (17%) SERIES TWO: Abominable Snowman, Beast, Hatbox Ghost
      2. (14%) SERIES THREE: Barbossa, Davy Jones, Kaa
      3. (8%) GOLD: Bruce, Jack Skellington, Louis, Madame Leota, Mary Sanderson, Sally, Sarah Sanderson, The Bride
      4. (7%) SILVER: Randall, Sulley
    3. YELLOW:
      1. (21%) SERIES ONE: Alice, Cinderella, Tinker Bell, WALL-E
      2. (20%) SILVER: Flounder, Pluto, Roz, Simba, Tigger, Winnie-the-Pooh
      3. (19%) SERIES THREE: Cruz Ramirez, Joy, Launchpad McQuack, Princess Aurora
      4. (16%) GOLD: Anastasia, Arthur, Bo Peep, Calhoun, Dash, Finnick, Flora, Gonzo, Iago, Kronk, Kuzco, Lady Kluck, Mr. Incredible, Russell, Sarah Sanderson
      5. (11%) SERIES TWO: Lumiere, Rapunzel
  7. The remaining relevant tags are:
    1. BEARDED
    2. CAT/DOG (best odds in SILVER)
    3. DISNEY PRINCE (best odds in SERIES TWO)
    4. EYEWEAR (best odds in SERIES THREE)
    5. FLYING
    6. JEWELRY-WEARING
    7. PURPLE
    8. RED
  8. Once you have all tags covered:
    1. Rotate SILVER and SERIES THREE until you get JOY. She's excellent for 'combo stasun' missions.
    2. Rotate SILVER and SERIES TWO until you get OLAF to LEVEL TWO. That'll get you through the 'combo sun/sun' missions.
    3. Rotate SILVER with a SERIES box that has the DUPLICATOR of your choice. GENIE and NEMO are favored duplicators in SERIES ONE, as are HATBOX GHOST and PASCAL in SERIES TWO. Your odds are 10.5% and 11.1%, respectively. However, RANDALL in the SILVERS is also a great duplicator. I also like FLOUNDER.
    4. Rotate SILVER with a SERIES box until you get your SCORE BOOSTER of choice. I love MRS. POTTS, but others prefer SEBASTIAN, MARIE, LADY, AURORA, etc..
    5. You may want to go for a TIME BOOSTER. Personally, my favorite is COGSWORTH (Series 3), but others prefer WHITE RABBIT (Series 1), CELIA (Silvers), or RAINBOW MICKEY (Rainbow Exclusive).
    6. JIMINY is in SILVER, and great for star and other missions.
    7. TIMOTHY Q. MOUSE is in SILVER, and good for survival events (though I prefer Evil Queen). I think he also unlocks items during item events.
    8. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN is in SERIES THREE, and at higher levels he's good for cloud/cloud missions, but I don't remember what that level is. Most players get by with Mickey or Boo until then.
  9. Before, at the point I had advised players to max silver. However, now that many events are behind a 'paywall', in order to avoid having to pay or miss out on events, players should be sure to get a level 3 emoji from each FRANCHISE before maxing silvers. Hopefully you will have a number of level 3 emoji already, just from the randomness of collecting all the tags.
  10. Rotate SILVER and GOLD until you have a good coverage of GOLD to get you through the Daily Challenges.
  11. Max SILVER, as maxing SILVERS nets you RABBIT, 8-BIT MICKEY, BOO, and SPIRIT MUFASA. Also, maxing The Little Mermaid silvers will guarantee you a KING TRITON next time that group is offered for sale in the Diamond Box. Jiminy is great for stars, so makes sense to max him to speed him up. Timothy Q. Mouse is great for survival events, so ditto. Bambi, Marie, and Dumbo are in a group collection. Maxing them helps you get diamond chests. I think that only leaves Nala, Thumper, Pinocchio, Figaro, and Perdita as not being useful to max. And 3 of those are exclusives so you can choose not to pursue them.
At this point, you may want to go around getting ALL of your golds and series to level 3 (as opposed to just one from each franchise,) before you worry about maxing anything, as level 3 is when emoji start getting good. Also, events are now being restricted so only certain emoji at level 3 will give you access to events at higher levels. Having multiple level 3s from each franchise will reduce the odds of not being able to participate. Alternatively, you could pick another box to max. For this, you may want to look at group collections to guide you where to start.
Group Collection Prizes:
  1. Specific emoji prize: Normally, you must max all emoji in the collection to receive a level 1 of the emoji prize. However, Frozone and Gramma Tala level up as you level their respective groups, so you can get them early.
  2. Rainbow Bolt: You can use it to substitute one duplicate of a silver, series, or gold box emoji, without spending coins. Never spend it on a silver box, because then you are only getting half it's potential value. I would recommend saving these for a gold emoji you need to level to participate in a restricted event. Rainbow bolts are also called lightning charges, lightning bolts, and power charges, by your fellow redditors.
  3. Rainbow Box: Thus far, all Rainbow boxes have the following odds:
    1. Equal chance of attaining: Holiday Minnie, Holiday Pluto, "Dog", Sorcerer's Apprentice Mickey, King Triton, Rose Gold Minnie, Rainbow Mickey, or Edna
  4. Villain Box: Thus far, all Villain boxes have the following odds:
    1. 13% chance of attaining: Ursula, Scar, Shenzi, Hades, Magica de Spell. Dr. Facilier, or Tamatoa
    2. 7% chance of attaining: Cruella de Vil
Group Collection Emoji:
  1. SERIES ONE has 12 out of 19 emoji (63%) that lead to group collection prizes:
    1. BABY DORY: Dory, Nemo
    2. CATERPILLAR: Alice, Cheshire Cat, White Rabbit
    3. MARSHMALLOW: Anna, Elsa
    4. RAJAH: Genie
    5. Rainbow Bolt: Tinker Bell
      1. You will also need Fairy Godmother (level 200 prize) and Blue Fairy (level 300 prize) for Fairies Group
    6. Rainbow Box: Tinker Bell
      1. You will also need Wendy (Exclusive), Smee (Exclusive), and Captain Hook (Villain) to attain this prize.
    7. Villain Box: Buzz Lightyear, Woody
      1. You will also need Zurg (villain) to attain this prize.
    8. Chest: Cinderella
  2. SERIES TWO has 17 out of 18 emoji (94%) that lead to group collection prizes, 6 of whom are in 2 groups (I'm just waiting for them to create a group with Abominable Snowman, lol, and they'll have 100%):
    1. BABY DORY: Hank
    2. CHIP (POTTS): Belle, Lumiere, The Beast
    3. GRAMMA TALA: Maui, Moana, Pua
    4. MARSHMALLOW: Olaf, Sven
    5. RAJAH: Aladdin, Jasmine
    6. Rainbow Box (Peter Pan Group): Peter Pan
      1. You will also need Wendy (Exclusive), Smee (Exclusive), and Captain Hook (Villain) to attain this prize.
    7. Rainbow Box (Tangled Group): Pascal, Rapunzel
      1. You will also need Tiara Rapunzel (Rainbow) and Mother Gothel (Villain) to attain this prize
    8. Villain Box: Mulan, Mushu
      1. You will also need Ping (Rainbow) and Shan Yu (Villain) to attain this prize
    9. Chests: Aladdin, Belle, Hatbox Ghost, Jasmine, Mulan, Rapunzel, The Beast
  3. SERIES THREE has 6 out of 21 emoji (29%) that lead to group collection prizes, 2 of whom are in 2 groups:
    1. BING-BONG: Joy, Sadness
    2. CHIP (POTTS): Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts
    3. Chests: Princess Aurora (2 groups), Prince Phillip (2 groups)
  4. GOLD has 43 out of 95 emoji (not including exclusives) (45%) that lead to group collection prizes:
  • Emoji prizes:
  1. BABY DORY: Bruce, Crush
  2. BING-BONG: Anger, Disgust, Fear
  3. CATERPILLAR: Mad Hatter
  4. FROZONE: Dash, Elastigirl, Jack-Jack (exclusive), Mr. Incredible, Violet
  5. GRAMMA TALA: Hei Hei
  6. KITTY YZMA: Kronk, Kuzco, Pacha
    1. If you max these, you will still need 3 duplicates of Yzma (villain) to unlock Kitty Yzma (Rainbow)
    2. Kitty Yzma may be available in a diamond box without having to go through maxing most of the group
  7. MARSHMALLOW: Kristoff
  8. RAJAH: Abu
  • Non-emoji prizes:
  1. Rainbow Bolt: Flora, Fauna, Merryweather (exclusive)
    1. You will also need Fairy Godmother (level 200 prize) and Blue Fairy (level 300 prize) for Fairies Group
  2. Rainbow Box (Tangled Group): Flynn Rider, Maximus
    1. You will also need Tiara Rapunzel (Rainbow) and Mother Gothel (Villain) to attain this prize
  3. Rainbow Box (Hercules Group): Hercules, Meg, Pegasus, Phil
    1. You will also need Zeus (Rainbow) and Hades (Villain)
  4. Villain Box (Cinderella Villains Group): Anastasia, Drizella
    1. You will also need Lady Tremaine (Villain) and Lucifer (Villain) to attain this prize.
  5. Villain Box (Mulan Group): Cri-Kee
    1. You will also need Ping (Rainbow) and Shan Yu (Villain) to attain this prize
  6. Villain Box (Toy Story Group): Bullseye, Jessie, Hamm
    1. You will also need Zurg (Villain) to attain this prize
  7. Villain Box (Wreck-it Ralph Group): Calhoun, Fix-It Felix, Jr., Ralph, Vanellope (exclusive)
  8. Chests: Dale, Madame Leota, Pocahontas, Snow White, The Bride, The Prince, Tiana, Webby
CAVEATS:
  • "Dog" is ALWAYS available from UP, if you get 10 FB friends on your leaderboard.
  • The two exceptions to CAT/DOG always being FOUR-LEGGED are CLAWHAUSER and YZMA KITTY, but this post doesn't consider Exclusive emoji.
  • Keep in mind that of the MONSTERS, INC. emoji, only the professional scarers, SULLEY and RANDALL, count as SCARY.
  • While you might think that Vanellope would qualify as a DISNEY PRINCESS for the purpose of DEB (especially since Princess Atta so qualifies), you'd be wrong. They finally added a Disney Princess tag to Moana in v.34.
  • GOOFY is NOT a Dog (for purposes of DEB). But you can read a gut-busting article on the subject, here.
  • Chip (Potts) is the only GC prize that can be won just from series boxes (TWO and THREE).
  • GRAMMA TALA can be obtained without maxing her group. Because of this, she can be obtained just from those three Moana emoji which are in series box TWO, without needing Hei Hei (unless you want to max her).
  • FROZONE can be obtained without maxing his group, so he’s obtainable (if un-maxable) without Jack-Jack.
  • Please feel free to double check my math. No, really.
EXCLUSIVES. What do you need to know? There are three kinds of exclusive emoji (as indicated by the symbol in the upper-left corner):
  1. Exclusive-unlock. These are otherwise normal silver and gold emoji that can only be unlocked from an event or by purchasing a diamond box. However, they can be leveled like any other silver or gold by purchasing them with coins and getting a duplicate.
    1. Silver exclusive-unlock: Figaro, Nala, Thumper
    2. Gold exclusive-unlock: Aqua, Archimedes, BB-8, Chewbacca, Clawhauser, Duke Caboom, Finn, Flash, Forky, Han Solo, Heimlich, Hondo, Jack-Jack, Luke Skywalker, Mal, Mater, Meeko, Merryweather, Miss Piggy, Mr. Toad, Princess Leia, R2-D2, Ray, Remy, Rey, Robin Hood, Smee, Sora, Swedish Chef, The Mandalorian, The Manticore, Vanellope, Wendy, Winifred
  2. Group Collection Prizes. These can only be obtained by maxing all the emoji in their respective group collection, with the exceptions of Frozone and Gramma Tala, who unlock early and level up as you max their group's emoji. (In the shop page, Group Prizes show with a diamond in the corner, but on the 'more emoji' page they have a smiley face instead).
    1. Silver Group Prizes: 8-Bit, Boo, Rabbit
    2. Gold Group Prizes: Baby Dory, Bing-Bong, Caterpillar, Chip (Potts), Marshmallow, Rajah
    3. Rainbow Group Prizes: Frozone, Gramma Tala, Kitty Yzma, Spirit Mufasa
  3. Rainbows and Villains (other than Group Prizes). The majority can only be obtained from completing an event, or purchasing a diamond box. Some of them are also offered as mission level rewards. "Dog" can be obtained by getting 10 FB friends. (And once, they did offer King Triton and S.A. Mickey for 120,000/duplicate, which was amazing but has yet to be repeated).
    1. Level 50: Ursula
    2. Level 100: Yen Sid
    3. Level 150: Maleficent
    4. Level 200: Fairy Godmother
    5. Level 250: Jafar
    6. Level 300: Blue Fairy
    7. Level 350: The swiniest swine in the world
    8. Level 400: Enchantress
    9. Level 450: Scar
  4. Story Box. This is new. I don't have much information on it yet, except that some (but not all) 'variant' movie emoji, (Mrs. Nesbit, Ping, Tiara Rapunzel, Santa Jack, Spirit Mufasa, Winter Belle, and Yzma Kitty), will be in this box.
All of these do come around again. But sometimes it can take more than a year.
NEW! Exclusives are part of a new box, Card Collector Box, where players can purchase the lucky emoji for each item card. Some of these emoji are exclusive unlocks, Rainbows, and Villains. Some can also be won as prizes. Their availability can be seen here.
For players who are following this guide, if you could keep track of some information and report in now and then, that would be helpful for me to refine my advice. I only have 1 question for my readers… in 27 parts.
  1. How the buying strategy is working for you?
  2. When you started the strategy:
    1. What level were you?
    2. How many emoji did you have unlocked from each box?
    3. Which tags did you have covered?
  3. Since starting this strategy:
    1. What level are you on now?
    2. How many emoji have you unlocked from each box?
    3. Which additional tags do you have covered?
The more information you can give me, if you're up for it, the better it will help me refine my advice; thanks!
Flowchart with Pictures
Data Chart
Data Table 1
Data Table 2
The way the Data Chart is meant to work, is like this. I figure that because there are so very many franchise tags, (and events locked behind franchise-specific emoji) that new players need to focus on those tags first. They will pick up plenty of other tags while going after the franchise tags.
The top row of the FRANCHISE section lists when a box is your ONLY option for a FRANCHISE emoji if you want to purchase them with coins, or if Rainbows and Villains aren't available. GOLD has the most number of FRANCHISE-specific tags where the GOLD box is your ONLY option to get thse 10 franchises. There are four franchises only available in SILVER, and Pirates of the Caribbean is only available in SERIES THREE.
There are additional franchises, and non-franchise tags, that are technically available in multiple boxes, but your odds are waaay better in one particular box. That's the middle row in the "franchise tags" section and the top row of the "non-franchise tags" section, which I call "WINS BY-A-MILE".
There is some franchise and non-franchise tags where the race is much closer, so I list them under multiple boxes, and differentiate between them by calling them "WIN", "PLACE", and “SHOW”, and “ALSO-RAN” (or 1st, 2nd, 3rd place, etc., respectively). I call this category "WINS BY-A-NOSE", and it goes under the "WINS BY-A-MILE" row in both sections. You can see the actual percentage differences best in the second Data Table.
The difference between 'WINS BY-A-MILE' and 'WINS BY-A-NOSE' is the significance of the difference between the 1st and 2nd place box for a given tag. A 2.4% difference is minuscule when comparing 16.7% to 14.3% in the SCARY tag. It's a much bigger difference when comparing a 2.6% difference between 5.3% and 2.7% for PRINCESS AND THE FROG. For that matter, FROZEN doesn't have a "Show" because 3rd place was too far away, relative to 1st and 2nd place.
Lastly, there are 9 non-franchise tags which are IRRELEVANT as far as coverage is concerned, because they are subsumed by other tag categories, or everyone has that category covered because everyone gets MICKEY. The tags covered by getting MICKEY are: ANIMAL, BIG-EARED, BOY, MICKEY & FRIENDS.
The other irrelevant tags are:
  • FOUR-LEGGED (subsumed by the CAT/DOG category - except for CLAWHAUSER, but we’re ignoring him because he’s Exclusive)
  • GIRL (subsumed by the DISNEY PRINCESS category)
  • HAT-WEARING (all the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN wear hats).
  • PIXAR (subsumed by Pixar franchise categories)
  • UNDERWATER (subsumed by the FINDING NEMO/DORY category, and most of the LITTLE MERMAID category).
In the "non-franchise tags" section, you will see some tags are bolded and italicized. These are the relevant tags from the MISSION GROUP 3 tags.
Did I miss anything? Would anything else be helpful? Let me know in the comments below! :D

P.S. Here's some unrelated, but useful links:
Mission level prizes 1-450, 451-460.
Detailed Mission Level Requirements (All Mission Definitions)
weewhomp's past beautiful artwork for this sub
prize wheel, daily challenge chests, gold/silver prize chests, diamond chests
Videos of most emoji: https://reddit.com/DisneyEmojiBlitzPowe
explanation of emoji score levels, see also
Getting Exclusive Emoji
Also be sure to check the stickied post labeled "X.0.0 Observations" for tons of info about upcoming events, new emoji, etc. You can find it by sorting the main page by 'hot'.
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2020.07.23 00:56 Officer_Pedesko Popular names worldwide according to $1 'World Culture' flashcards from Target

I bought these for my classroom. There are 36 cards, each of a different country, and they include a lot of facts including, interestingly, a popular boy and girl name from that country. According the package, the cards were made this year, but I'm not sure where the name data for them comes from- just from the two names listed from the U.S., they're not THE top names. I found them interesting, and I hope you do too!
Each will be formatted as "Country: girl name//boy name"
U.S.: Emma//Jackson
French Polynesia: Palila//Mahana
South Korea: Seo-yun//Ha-joon
Finland: Aino//Julhani
Brazil: Sophia//Joao
Peru: Valentina//Diego
Japan: Hana//Haruto
Russia: Anastasia//Mikhail
China: Fang//Wei
Thailand: Boonsri//Somchai
Mongolia: Altantsetseg//Erden
India: Aadhya//Rajiv
France: Louise//Gabriel
Mali: Bintou//Moussa
Spain: Lucia//Alejandro
Vietnam: Bian//Chi
Turkey: Elif//Yusuf
Philippines: Angel//Joshua
Bulgaria: Elena//Ivan
Indonesia: Indra//Agus
Italy: Giovanna//Angelo
Australia: Charlotte//Oliver
Mexico: Maria Guadalupe//Jose Luis
Germany: Hannah//Felix
Jamaica: Tameika//Winston
New Zealand: Charlotte//Oliver (same as Australia apparently)
Egypt: Fatma//Mohamed
England (not UK, just England): Olivia//George
Nepal: Prashanti//Deepak
Cuba: Ana//Carlos
Israel: Eitan//Yael
Greenland: Najanguak//Jorut
Morocco: Samira//Youssef
Canada: Olivia//Liam
Argentina: Lucia//Santiago
Ghana: Akuba//Kwame
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2020.07.16 05:29 danathepaina Survey questions about brand names

I just completed a long survey and one of the questions was to choose which makeup brands I’ve tried before. The choices were all high-end brands like Anastasia Beverly Hills, Lancôme, MAC, etc. I’m wondering what Influenster is looking for with these questions. Do they want to give you a product from a brand you have tried before, or do they want you to not have tried it? Or am I overthinking it and they are just gathering data? 🤔
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2020.07.13 19:52 Asmoeneae Re-new list of mentioned or possible servants.

I think it's time to re-new my old list. Some of them were moved, some came.
  1. Abe no Seimei. He was mentioned in Shuten-douji (“-Laughing- Eh? What? After all, it can’t be helped that it’s amusing.”), Ibaraki-douji (“Hate him. Even killing him thrice won't be enough”) Minamoto-no-Raiko (“no comments”) and Murasaki (“Seimei, such dreadful mister.”) profiles.
  2. Agravain. He was mentioned at least two times and have connection only with Arthurian characters. It said that Artoria Alter laughs too much when see him with his difficult character. While Mordred felt like he had always been taking care of her, so he’s a good guy, maybe. Also he appeared in FGO story mode and he was in list of leaked servants.
  3. Akuji no Takamaru. He was mentioned in Shuten-douji profile (“Come to think of it, I don’t see them appearing around here. You know, we are said to be all anti-heroes, so it seems to be difficult to summon them. Ah, that’s not true. There’s a way to summon them, yes.”).
  4. Alexandre Dumas père. He was mentioned in Andersen profile (Arrrgh! Vexing, yet interesting! But I'll never approve of this sort of pleasure for the sake of pleasure!”).
  5. Arthur Conan Doyle. He was mentioned in Helena Blavatsky profile (Although Mr. Doyle is by no means a bad person, he… was a person involved with the SPR, wasn't he?… Um, of course? I understand that Mr. Holmes isn't bad, right?”).
  6. Ashiya Douman. To say anything about him is needless due his role in Lostbelt. He was mentioned in Minamoto-no-Raiko (“no comments”), Murasaki (“Houshi, your beauty is like that of a wild beast...”) Tomoe Gozen and Katou Danzou profiles.
  7. Beast of Calamity / (Beast 666). It mentioned in Arthur (proto) profile (Arthur defeated it twice. It should have been destroyed completely. It should be essentially impossible for something like a third time, but for the sake of protecting those he loves, Arthur Pendragon will wield the Holy Sword of the Planet against it once again). In both Fate/Proto and Fate Fragments Arthur lost to him.
  8. Beast VII (U-Olga). As regular Olga she was mentioned in Gray and Reines (“Is that what you call fubin moe?”) profiles.
9. Buddha. He was mentioned in Xuanzang Sangzang profile (“There's always the Shakyamuni Buddha’s divine protection. Therefore, everything’s alright!”).
  1. Captain Nemo. They were mentioned in Lakshmibai profile (“It doesn't matter if they are a Phantom or not. To her, they are a comrade-in-arms from the same time period.” ).
11. Cao Cao. He was mentioned in Red Hare profile.
  1. Charlemagne. He was mentioned in Circe profile (“No, no, no, please wait, I’m er, a completely different person from that Alci-whatever witch! To begin with, I hear her figure is superb, and don’t tell me about changing lover knights repeatedly. To mistake me with that woman… Eh, don’t say. Is that so?, don’t agree so easily! How extremely rude, these stupid paladins are!”) and in Bradamante’s profile (“Your Majesty! Your Majesty! Your Majesty~!!”).
13. Deva/Heaven’s Hole (Beast III/R).
  1. Fou. He was mentioned in Wu Zetian profile. Fou original identity is Cath Palug / Beast IV (“D-Don’t let those cats come near UuuuuuuUSSSSSSS!!!!!”).
  2. Four Heavenly Kings. We’ve now Raikou and Kintoki. Other three (Raikou + 4 HK) are Watanabe no Tsuna (saber), Urabe no Suetake (archer) and Usui Sadamitsu (Lancer or Rider). They are mentioned in Shuten-douji (“Ibaraki would be delighted if Master Tsuna came around, no? Oh Ibaraki, your face is deeply red from this sort of thing? What what, are you spouting out blood from your forehead in that much rage from having heard Tsuna’s name? Yes, that's good.”) profile. Watanabe no Tsuna also is mentioned in Ibaraki-douji profile (“Hate-kill-burn-kill-shred-killp-eat-kill. But, occasionally I would like to exchange words instead of swords. Raging intention to kill and sheer curiosity. I am a bit bewildered that two such conflicting thoughts resides within me, but why... when telling Shuten this, she smiles and whispered “Finally Ibaraki too acts prim and demon-like”. Why...?”), in Ibaraki-douji (lancer) profile (“How is it! How is iit! Know that I am not of a caliber that can be confined to a single Saint Graph. Tremble in fear. Kukuku...KAHAHAHAHA!”) and in Yagyuu Munenori profile
  3. (The First) Fuuma Kotarou. He was mention in Kato Danzo profile as a person who should also be called another “parent” of hers similarly like Kashin Koji.
  4. Fujiwara no Michinaga. He was mentioned in Murasaki profile (“No comments about Minister Michinaga.”).
  5. Galahad. He was mentioned in Lancelot (berserker), Gawain (“Putting aside Lancelot, Galahad is a splendid knight. One can say that someone like him is a human like that of an angel.”) and Solomon (“The same with him, someone who was granted by God “the chance to have his prayer fulfilled”. Solomon had wished for wisdom, but Galahad had wished for nothing. Solomon questions “Why?” in regards of that matter, and bears a sense of inferiority that comes from his subconscious regret, thinking that “I should have done so.”) profiles.
  6. Gilgamesh (proto). He was mentioned in Arthur (proto) profile (“There should explicitly be nothing serious for him to appear here nowadays… and, I am very careless. How naïve of me.”). Also he was in list of leaked servants.
20. Guan Yu. He was mentioned in Red Hare profile.
21. Goetia. He was mentioned in Solomon profile. We got his data, but currently he is unplayable servant.
  1. Hassan of *\. He/she was mentioned in Hassan of the Hundred Faces as Strange Fake’s Hassan candidate (“You damned genius!”*).
  2. Hippolyte. She was mentioned in Penthesilea profile (“My respected and beloved sister”).
  3. Hippolytus. He was mentioned in Asclepius profile (“One of my very few successful cases. About your mother, you… no, nevermind.”).
  4. Izumi Shikibu: She was noticed in Murasaki profile (“Izumi Shikibu writes with grace and ease and with a flashing wit, but her behaviour is improper indeed.”).
  5. Jacob. He was mentioned in Martha (swimsuit) profile (“Moses, Jacob, please forgive me for swinging my fist. I believe this is also undoubtedly a step to take for the sake of saving the Human Order.”).
  6. Kama/Mara (Beast III/L).
  7. Kashin Koji. He was mention in Kato Danzo profile as her manufacturer, a cold-blooded man and an extraordinary black magician.
  8. Katsu Kaishuu. He was mentioned in Sakamoto Ryoma prpfile as his unofficial master. Ryouma first visited him with the intention of killing him, but Katsu’s words earned his admiration and devotion, so Ryouma became his disciple.
  9. Kazurapdrop. She was mentioned in Kingprotea and Kama profiles, also she was datamined.
  10. Koga Saburo and his family. They were mentioned in Shuten-douji profile (“For me to utter about them, there is no reason to. Truly, intolerable..."). We already have Chiyome from his family as playable servant.
  11. Kondou Isami. He was mentioned in Hijikata Toshizou profile as deputy chief of the Shinsengumi. Although one might say that he is the one who dictated Hijikata’s life, he is a good person.
  12. Koyanskaya (Tamamo Vitch).
  13. Lucius Tiberius. Roman emperor who fought against Arthur in Proto. He was outstanding swordsman who wield demon sword Florent (brother sword for Clarent). He was mentioned in Bedivere profile (An enemy who once crossed swords with mine king. In the “Histories of the Kings of Britain”, he killed me. In actuality, while I was indeed injured in that battle, I did not lose my life. And yet, at the end of a long journey, my body was already no different from that of a dying one. ...Therefore, I used the name of the enemy general who was said to have killed me as mine own.). During Camelot arc Bedivere introduced himself as Lucius.
  14. Makiri Zolgen. His younger version was mentioned in Paracelsus profile (“An acquaintance during Paracelsus lifetime. A mage who possessed noble thoughts, and although their research contents differ, Paracelsus wanted to become friends with him. Since he is aware of Makiri as an idealist who should be a noble and respectable person, even if he saw Makiri at the time of the 21st Century, it does not appear likely that Paracelsus will regard him as the very same person) and in da Vinci profile (As a matter of fact, an acquaintance. In their early years, da Vinci is an acquaintance with Makiri, who is an idealist. Although it is not because they are of the same mind, from the way it seems, he/she has recognized him as an excellent magus”).
  15. Magi☆Mari. She was mentioned in Merlin profile (“A net idol who, even as the Human Order Incineration proceed and the Earth's network system gone, for some reason is still active. She support from above the internet Solomon who had turned into a human. Solomon was like "Hey, is Merlin in the backstage or something? I don't feel like helping but I do feel a lot of complaining. Get a ride over here tooo" as he started a lonesome conversation with Magi☆Mari. Although, this had become a daily therapy for him. Solomon had never thought that perhaps it was Merlin himself who played as Magi☆Mari.”). I’ve suspicion who she is, but better to keep it untold.
  16. Marie Alter. It’s not actually Marie. She appeared during Requiem event,
  17. Mary Magdalene / Mary of Bethany. She was mentioned in Martha (swimsuit) profile (“Younger sister. I can't show such an appearance to you!”)
  18. Michelangelo. He was mentioned in da Vinci profile. One of da Vinci's few friends. Although it was only in the fine arts, Michelangelo is a companion who stood equal with da Vinci, possessing a natural genius not inferior to his/her own.
  19. Mother Hariot. She was datamined.
  20. Moses. He was mentioned in David (“Thank you thank you, great ancestor. I truly thank you. But I wonder, isn’t THAT a little too dangerous?”), Ozy (“His brother in law, who he grew up together with, raised by the same mother. A youth filled with shining talent and trait of a sovereign. There was even a chance of him becoming the pharaoh. Ozymandias approved of Moses as "befitting to be my brother in law, a saint who are far from ordinary". And yet, simultaneously \**”), and Martha (swimsuit) (“Moses, Jacob, please forgive me for swinging my fist. I believe this is also undoubtedly a step to take for the sake of saving the Human Order.*”) profiles.
  21. Nefertari. She was mentioned in Ozy profile (“An existence I loved and hold supreme more than even myself. I once had a numerous amount of wives, but now if Nefertari is by my side, I'd keep on thinking that maybe I have no need for the likes of concubine”).
  22. Oda Nobukatsu. He was mentioned in Chacha profile (“About Uncle…, Mmm, Chacha also had it rough, but Aunt had it quite rough when she as young. Also, We think that if Aunt had done something about the tanuki, Tokugawa wouldn’t have been so cocky”).
  23. Otakemaru. He was mentioned in Shuten-douji profile (“Come to think of it, I don’t see them appearing around here. You know, we are said to be all anti-heroes, so it seems to be difficult to summon them. Ah, that’s not true. There’s a way to summon them, yes.”).
  24. Penelope. She was mentioned in Circe profile (“Gah……Kh……Gigghgh……Nyunyuu……. (lying on a room’s corner in a fetal position and trembling”).
  25. Perseus. He was mentioned in Medusa (“If he comes he's dead”), Medusa-Ana (“In the olden days spoken of in the legends, this man had brought an end to me (the monster). He had given to me, who had taken in both of my elder sisters and had become an existence that can only rampage around, a sleep and quiet moment. But still, I wonder why. I, absolutely think that I will not say thank you to him. I simply, don't want to.”) and Gorgon (“She does not individually recognize him as Perseus who had once fought Gorgon, but she instinctively harbors unpleasant feelings and anger towards him, who holds a portion of her corpse turned into Noble Phantasm.”) profiles. Also he was in list of leaked servants.
  26. Perseus (proto). He was in list of leaked servants.
  27. Rasputin. To say anything about him is needless due his role in Lostbelt. He was mentioned in Irisviel (“Eh? First of all, can you kindly die for me?”), Ivan the Terrible and in Anastasia profiles.
  28. Robespierre. Although Robespierre is a bitter enemy of the Royal Family, d’Éon recognizes that he is also a person who was concerned about the future of France. A subject of their love and hate similarly like Sanson. They have mixed feelings about him.
  29. Roland. He was mentioned in Astolfo (“It's a pain that you can't come soon enough!”) and Circe profiles (No, no, no, please wait, I’m er, a completely different person from that Alci-whatever witch! To begin with, I hear her figure is superb, and don’t tell me about changing lover knights repeatedly. To mistake me with that woman… Eh, don’t say. Is that so?, don’t agree so easily! How extremely rude, these stupid paladins are!”) and in Bradamante profile (“Roland, I think it would be good if you followed the example of my elder brother Renaud even more. Are you listening to me?”).
  30. Ruggiero. He was mentioned in Bradamante profile (“Where are youuu? I have a hunch that he’s here somewhere.”).
  31. Senji Muramasa. I think to say anything is needless here. He was mentioned in Emiya, Jaguar Man, Parvati, Sitonai and Katou Danzou profiles.
  32. Shiva. She was mentioned in Kama profile (“It's impossible, for real.”).
  33. Sita. She appeared in FGO story mode and she was in list of leaked servants. Ofc she was mentioned in Rama profile. Rama dreams of the day, that one day, where he fortuitously meets Sita.
  34. Solomon (+ Magic King). We got his data, but currently he is unplayable caster. He appeared in FGO story mode and was in list of leaked servants. He was mentioned in David, KoGil, Caster Gil, da Vinci, Merlin, Queen of Sheba profiles).
56. Su Wukong. He was mentioned in Xuanzang Sangzang profile (“If you have the time to come here, first add to yourself the resourcefulness to find a bride!”).
  1. Taira no Kagekiyo. He/she was mentioned in Kintoki (rider) and Tomoe Gozen profiles.
  2. Takechi Zuizan. He was mentioned in Sakamoto Ryoma profile as a like-minded member of Tosa Loyalist Party. They once aimed for the same goal but came to part ways due to ideological differences and in Okada Izo profile as a patriot of the Joi faction that leaded the Tosa Kinnō Party and a person that had a great impact in Izo’s life.
  3. Tezcatlipoca. He/she was mentioned in Quetzalcoatl profile (“The worst, disgusting Divine Spirit no matter the time or place. That damn spider bastard! And as aforementioned, you manifested in the worst form just like I said! Really, you’re so dirty-looking to the point that I want to smash you to pieces. Among other things, a god tainted by modern civilization, and I wonder if you're not ashamed of yourself as a god!” (Today’s “Shut up, you’re in no position to say this”).
Also, it’s possibly mentioned in Old Man profile (O Smoking Mirror. Killing for the sake of killing. Existing to die. If that is thine faith, I am unable to dispute it.”).
  1. Theseus. He is one who killed Minotaur (so he was mentioned in Asterious profile). Also he was mentioned in Penthesilea profile (“The man who forcefully kidnap and made my younger sister into his wife (and he even throw her away in the end). He’s dead.”).
  2. Tiamat (Beast II). She was mentioned in Kingprotea profile and also she was datamined.
  3. Toyotomi Hideyoshi. He was mentioned in Chacha profile (“We lived a dazzling life under the protection of the nobleman Hideyoshi. Although the gap between ages was big, the relation looked satisfactory in general because our tastes and compatibility were somehow perfect. By the way, he seemed to be on good terms with his legal wife Nene. Whatever but Tokugawa go home”).
  4. Ushi-Gozen. She was mentioned in Minamoto-no-Raikou profile (“Excuse me, what kind of tale does this seem to be?”) and appeared in game as enemy servant. But her sprite identical with Raikou one.
  5. Violet. She was mentioned in Kingprotea and Kama profiles, also she was datamined.
  6. Voroid “K6-X4”. It was mentioned in MHX alter profile (“The exclusive voroid I named “Black Knight-kun”. For some reason it’s been around me ― since I can remember. Its personality is mean, quite fierce. If it has the chance, it’ll try to rebel against its master. Well, you can make it surrender by force, though.”)
  7. Wong Fei-hung. He was mentioned in Li Shuwen (lancer) profile. It said that in the history of Chinese martial arts, this person is the master standing at the highest peak. Imagining about that special move which leaves not even a shadow behind, Li Shuwen wonders how closely it can reach him, so he will not calm down unless he kills that hero, even if he is only dreaming of such a moment.
67. Yaobikuni. She was mentioned in BB Pele profile.
68. ???. It was mentioned in Artoria Alter (swimsuit) profile (“Artoria Alter heard about Japan's strongest housekeeper. If there is an opportunity, she will certainly want to have a bout with this person.”).
69. ??? ?????. It was mentioned in da Vinci profile (“Ah, like that sort of thing”).
  1. ?????? ??????. It was mentioned in Quetzalcoatl profile (“I’ll replace the blood in your entire body with a “deathly poison that goes hand in hand with the most extreme pain in this world", and furthermore, continuously bathe solar winds on your body until it becomes only bones; after that, I’ll affix your soul to them so that you’ll live as a skeleton as well, before making you do ten thousand years worth of labouring underground in the underworld!”).
His true identity possibly is Hernán Cortés.
71. ????. It was mentioned in Asagami Fujino profile (A high-schooler with black hair and gallant demeanor… This strongly reminds me of a close friend of mine. Her personality is… quite different, however. But I do love the beams. Beams are nice.).
It’s for your own choice – Aoko Aozaki / Akiha Tohno or Azaka Kokutou
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2020.07.08 12:23 kelii04 Data Patch 7/8 - Misty Ramge Black FC Rate Increase, New Core Raid

https://www.facebook.com/notes/exos-heroes/notice-78-data-patch/151291453225956
Update posted, Ramge Banner as we already knew about. Also, new Core Raid this week...for those that missed FC Gale here's your opportunity to get him.
Also, looks like no Squadron battle after this week until July 20th.

Update: Reasons I'll be pulling for Ramge
  1. Arena/PVP
    1. Additional Frontline DK to Anastasia
    2. Tag Team Flexibility
  2. Light/Dark Sanctum Days
    1. Going to pair him with FC Baileysh to make an auto team for Special stages.
  3. Synergy with other Units
    1. I have FC Shufraken so I can pair them together in current and future PVE content. Possibly in Tag matches too, but the DOT is countered by Wrath so not good in today's meta. He has the highest base HP for support units and the heal block is a big bonus against first aid healers.
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2020.07.06 17:53 LordofFever Where

Ophiuchus include α Ophiuchi, called Rasalhague ("head of the serpent charmer"), at magnitude 2.07, and η Ophiuchi, known as Sabik ("the preceding one"), at magnitude 2.43.[6] Other bright stars in the constellation include β Ophiuchi, Cebalrai ("dog of the shepherd")[7] and λ Ophiuchi, or Marfik ("the elbow").[8]
RS Ophiuchi is part of a class called recurrent novae, whose brightness increase at irregular intervals by hundreds of times in a period of just a few days. It is thought to be at the brink of becoming a type-1a supernova.[9] Barnard's Star, one of the nearest stars to the Solar System (the only stars closer are the Alpha Centauri binary star system and Proxima Centauri), lies in Ophiuchus. It is located to the left of β and just north of the V-shaped group of stars in an area that was once occupied by the now-obsolete constellation of Taurus Poniatovii (Poniatowski's Bull). In 2005, astronomers using data from the Green Bank Telescope discovered a superbubble so large that it extends beyond the plane of the galaxy.[10] It is called the Ophiuchus Superbubble.
In April 2007, astronomers announced that the Swedish-built Odin satellite) had made the first detection of clouds of molecular oxygen in space, following observations in the constellation Ophiuchus.[11] The supernova of 1604 was first observed on 9 October 1604, near θ Ophiuchi. Johannes Kepler saw it first on 16 October and studied it so extensively that the supernova was subsequently called Kepler's Supernova. He published his findings in a book titled De stella nova in pede Serpentarii ("On the New Star in Ophiuchus's Foot"). Galileo used its brief appearance to counter the Aristotelian dogma that the heavens are changeless. In 2009 it was announced that GJ 1214, a star in Ophiuchus, undergoes repeated, cyclical dimming with a period of about 1.5 days consistent with the transit of a small orbiting planet.[12] The planet's low density (about 40% that of Earth) suggests that the planet may have a substantial component of low-density gas—possibly hydrogen or steam.[13] The proximity of this star to Earth (42 light years) makes it a tempting target for further observations.[according to whom?] In April 2010, the naked-eye star ζ Ophiuchi was occulted by the asteroid 824
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2020.06.12 23:59 ontheroad94 Parents of teens willing to give me an interview for my PhD thesis

I am a PhD candidate in psychology (Nottingham Trent) . I was wondering if any of the parents in here would like to participate in my study!
Through this study I will explore parental perceptions of adolescent sexting. I will be conducting Skype or phone interviews with two adults together, who share a significant proportion of the parenting responsibilities for at least one adolescent child (this may often by the child’s two parents, but we want to hear from any other possible pairings that you see as appropriate, including step-parents of any gender, extended family, and close friends).
(this study will explore your opinions on sexting and NOT your personal or your childrens’ experiences, stories or engagement in such activities.)
This study has passed the ethical procedures imposed by the Nottingham Trent ethics review committee and is based on the guidelines provided by the British Psychological Society (BPS). I am also supervised by three chartered BPS psychologists and academics.
Further details will be given if interested. Please feel free to email me, my email address is: [email protected]
I will then send you an information sheet which explains the research project and how I will handle your data and a consent form to have proof you agreed to take part in my study
I have also created a facebook page!
[[https://www.facebook.com/parentalperceptionsofsexting/?modal=admin_todo_tour]
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2020.06.12 23:57 ontheroad94 Uk parents of teens willing to give me an interview for my PhD thesis?

I am a PhD candidate in psychology (Nottingham Trent) . I was wondering if any of the parents in here would like to participate in my study!
Through this study I will explore parental perceptions of adolescent sexting. I will be conducting Skype or phone interviews with two adults together, who share a significant proportion of the parenting responsibilities for at least one adolescent child (this may often by the child’s two parents, but we want to hear from any other possible pairings that you see as appropriate, including step-parents of any gender, extended family, and close friends).
(this study will explore your opinions on sexting and NOT your personal or your childrens’ experiences, stories or engagement in such activities.)
This study has passed the ethical procedures imposed by the Nottingham Trent ethics review committee and is based on the guidelines provided by the British Psychological Society (BPS). I am also supervised by three chartered BPS psychologists and academics.
Further details will be given if interested. Please feel free to email me, my email address is: [email protected]
I will then send you an information sheet which explains the research project and how I will handle your data and a consent form to have proof you agreed to take part in my study
TYIA!!
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2020.06.12 23:46 ontheroad94 [Academic] Perceptions of adolescent sexting (UK, Parents)

I am a PhD candidate in psychology (Nottingham Trent) . I was wondering if any of the parents in here would like to participate in my study!
Through this study I will explore parental perceptions of adolescent sexting. I will be conducting Skype or phone interviews with two adults together, who share a significant proportion of the parenting responsibilities for at least one adolescent child (this may often by the child’s two parents, but we want to hear from any other possible pairings that you see as appropriate, including step-parents of any gender, extended family, and close friends).
(this study will explore your opinions on sexting and NOT your personal or your childrens’ experiences, stories or engagement in such activities.)
This study has passed the ethical procedures imposed by the Nottingham Trent ethics review committee and is based on the guidelines provided by the British Psychological Society (BPS). I am also supervised by three chartered BPS psychologists and academics.
Further details will be given if interested. Please feel free to email me, my email address is: [email protected]
I will then send you an information sheet which explains the research project and how I will handle your data and a consent form to have proof you agreed to take part in my study
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2020.06.12 22:53 ontheroad94 Any parents of teens willing to give me an interview for my PhD thesis?

I am a PhD candidate in psychology (Nottingham Trent) . I was wondering if any of the parents in here would like to participate in my study!
Through this study I will explore parental perceptions of adolescent sexting. I will be conducting Skype or phone interviews with two adults together, who share a significant proportion of the parenting responsibilities for at least one adolescent child (this may often by the child’s two parents, but we want to hear from any other possible pairings that you see as appropriate, including step-parents of any gender, extended family, and close friends).
(this study will explore your opinions on sexting and NOT your personal or your childrens’ experiences, stories or engagement in such activities.)
This study has passed the ethical procedures imposed by the Nottingham Trent ethics review committee and is based on the guidelines provided by the British Psychological Society (BPS). I am also supervised by three chartered BPS psychologists and academics.
Further details will be given if interested. Please feel free to email me, my email address is: [email protected]
I will then send you an information sheet which explains the research project and how I will handle your data and a consent form to have proof you agreed to take part in my study
I have also created a facebook page!
[[https://www.facebook.com/parentalperceptionsofsexting/?modal=admin_todo_tour]
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