Starfall Dungeon – Voyager & Coby
Here’s a couple pictures of Coby and Voyager just hanging out. Tree-dogs and Space-cats chilling together, mass hysteria.
I explore the entirety of Gerudo Town and meet Riju before heading out to face down the whole of the Yiga Clan.
… The useless, incompetent Yiga Clan and their incompetent, bumbling boss.
A short episode, because depressed and anxious.
I hop about the Colony for a while, working on sidequests and the like, before heading into Tephra Cave to continue the plot. And I again learn just how much a difference a single level makes in this game.
I take a detour from Gerudo Town to go and collect the other two pieces of the rubber armor and upgrade the entire set to become inured to electricity for the assault on Nabooris.
And YouTube has failed to upload this episode twice so far, and it’s still having issues this third time, what the hell.
I set about sidequests around Argentum and in Gormott, hitting up three Heart-to-Hearts in the process. So we’ve got the disaster lesbians, Mòrag and Brighid, trying to cook a fish, a little bit of insight on Boreas, and more unnecessary perversion from Tora regarding Poppi.
As a counterpoint to a Lang-caste Nasonovian, a Stroth is an enormous powerhouse, built more for crushing than for precision. Standing heads above even the Hornet, very few Nasonovians take the steps to become a Stroth.
Squads in the military typically feature one Stroth per five Lang soldiers. Stroths utilize the heavy armaments a Lang can’t utilize easily: anti-vehicle, armor crushing and piercing, and bunker busters are among these. While a number of crushing weapons feature beam weaponry, their primary function is smashing things with their bulk.
Largo is the most immediate subordinate to Bass Hornet. Quiet and reserved, she holds a seat in the parliament and serves steadfastly at her Hornet’s side in battle.
As a unit in Starfall Dungeon, she has a single damage dealing attack with the rest of her utility being healing and drawing aggro from enemies.
I need to buckle down and get to work on my Xenoblade art…
Anyways, after stopping in on Dunban, Shulk and Fiora encounter Reyn playing about with the Monado before he and Shulk head off to the Tephra Caves on a supply run. Instead of doing that, however, I start beating on the wildlife and marvel at how much of a difference a single level makes in this game.