...Lufenia is upon us!
As usual, the Call to arms is here to collect proof of your feats conquering the hardest fights in the game. This means the video submissions are now for LUFENIA (level 200) FIGHTS ONLY, except for the Challenge Quests, which are still good ol' Chaos difficulty.
Please share your impressions of the fight and which unique teams you have used to complete it, and if you are bold enough, send your videos to the spreadsheet, as usual! For even more glory, feel free to partake in the TCC Challenge that will be issued soon (after the usual playtesting to not make it too easy or too hard!)
📊 Video list for this event:
Lufenia Fight: link
Challenge Quest: link
[Keep in mind that only videos sent through the site will appear in the spreadsheet]
DissidiaInfo.com will have a detailed 📕 Boss Guide for this event soon!
Calls to Arms for previous events:
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Draw starts November 25th, at 2:00 UTC until December 9th, at 1:59 UTC
Posting a little early because I'll probably be in traffic in an hour. Let the hype begin!
New units animations!
Obligatory this actually happened yesterday disclaimer.
Okay, so my (29m) dad (60m) is usually a pretty smart guy, he's worked in a multitude of high level jobs and is the kind of dad that can tell you every detail about your wildest questions regarding life and science. I've never had a reason not to take his word for something, as whenever I fact check him, he's usually on point.
So here comes the fuck up.
Dad through text: "Hey son, what are these? They grew like an onion/leek with long leek-y leaf shoots and are really hot like horseradish."
Obligatory pictures of said "mystery vegetable". http://imgur.com/gallery/M2PIMhF
Me: "I've never seen those before in my life."
Dad: "Check out all that fruit and veg we scooped from that garden at the school." sends pictures of normal things like tomatoes and beans
Him and I chatted about it on the phone, the groundskeeper gave him free range of the garden, it was cool.
Sends interior shot
Me: "What the eff, mutant scientist work."
Dad: "I'll bring you one, it's real zesty raw and succulent sauted."
Fast forward to yesterday, I have a couple of friends over (29m, 29f), both learned, and we're staring at this "mystery vegetable". I've prefaced it with excitement as they've met my dad, so with enthusiasm we "cut the oniony skin off" and proceed to have a bite of this thing.
Right away warning bells go off in my mouth, first intensely bitter, then as you chew the spongy flesh it made me salivate, which in turn caused my mouth to foam and my body to say "oh hell no" and spit it in the sink. My more curious friends continued to chew theirs, as I experienced the aftertaste of green mango and a numbing sensation. We all decided not swallow it and call my dad, who has already eaten like 10 of these things.
We laugh back and forth a little bit, he's not sure what he thinks of them, we're unsure too and now concerned, my friends are googling what they could be. With horror we realize that they are not something you should eat, are toxic to animals and probably humans and should definitely not be used as a salad garnish, or tossed casually in a stir fry.
Dad's okay, he claims he's better than ever but promises not to eat anymore. We planted ours in the garden.
**TLDR: Today (yesterday) IFU by eating a mystery vegetable from my trusted garden-raiding father. We foamed at the mouth and had a palate expanding time, only to discover it's origin to be that of a non-edible flower bulb.