The fact that Lucina is still a clone of a character that she only shares superficial similarities with makes me unreasonably angry. And my cripplingly poor anger management skills means that I’m now in constant physical pain.
Like death and Tora’s super intense maid fetish returning with a vengeance, I eventually make it to the end of the chapter and NOBODY DIES.
EVERYTHING IS FINE.
In a massive detour, I go and locate the royal horse at the Sanidin Park Ruins, where there is another Lost Memory. Afterwards, I bond with the newly christened Gateau on a long ride back to Rito Village where the plot is interrupted by the Elgato tur
SOLD! To the assassin wearing someone else’s face!
I have just enough money to win the auction for the knock-out gas before heading to the bank, which is made exponentially more difficult to get to because of the horde of guards and hyper-aware dogs guarding the plaza before it.
I make it to Fonsa Myma, the Urayan capital, and explore the sights before heading on to the plot at the theater, where a play about the original Driver of the Aegis was ongoing.
Then Malos and Akhos abduct a child.
Though I don’t mean that Scooby Doo’s the exhibitionist.
It’s just that I meet Zeke, a shirtless moron wearing a corset made out of belts, and later an NPC that causes me to be possessed by a cartoon from the ’60s.
With a new video editor because it was on sale and I have no impulse control, I finish our trek to the top of the blowhole, fight a giant spider backed by a unique Blade, and head back to Garfont to be attacked by Akhos, that obnoxious guy from Torna that looks like me.