So...... The timer is incorrect, and the rerun event hasn't started yet.
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Incorrect Timer for Rerun Start
And it got fixed before I noticed. GG.
anyone know about the song in chapter 1 episode 4, what the name of the song elta & selfira sing after that loli concert.
It's the same song they sing in "Song of Serpent Island". I don't think it has an official name.
I only find the ost in youtube. That name was "Auguste Isles"
Okay, last question: is it possible to get another muse in the quest even though you already did?
No, you can only recruit one muse.
I love that Augusta character! Great boost to defenses and more than that! :P
Tbh the challenge quest is REALLY a challenge... I can't figure out how to beat Arte after the "Afflizone" when Pamela is switched back. Anyone who has hints??
don't ever do C.A. Just let them concentrate and when they reach 100% C.A, you recast their 2nd skill and then use the 3rd skill. The same to the char who get switched from the backline
- ...ever use C.A...*
Are you supposing that all four in stage should do 1st skill and concentrate? But their 3rd skill seem to cancel out the buff not just from that particular muse but all, right?
Ok, got it. all four do 1st skill and concentrate. Get to C.A. (for three of them, water muse would be switched out). C.A. provide a buff that increase 3rd skill's damage. The skill themselves would kill the boss.
Thanks a lot, y'all :)
Italian words for Trivia section
Unsurprisingly, due to the artistic/musical theme there is plenty of italian words used during this event.
- "Perfetto" (of Perfetto island) means "Perfect" in italian, occasionally used as a compliment to an artist (think it as a better version of "Bravo") - "Bravo"... is a pretty famous term, anyway it means "Good"/"Great" in italian ad it's commonly used to compliment an artist at the end of the performance. - "Arte" means "Art" in italian - "Caro" means "Precious" or "Dear" in italian - At a certain poin Eita and Caro start discussiong musical sheets and use a bunch of italian musical terms
Renaissence Harp: - Is obviously a reference to the italian Renaissence (the historical period) - "Rinascimento" also means "Renaissence" in Italian - "Suono Forte" means "Strong Sound" in Italian Joile dagger/Joile Spear: - "Apprezzamento" means "Appreciation" In italian
Narita: - "Carminibus Magna" is Latin. My latin is kind of rusted, but carminibus is either plural dative or plural ablative of "Carmen". Carmen is a form of classic poetry often including songs (I.e. the "Carmina Burana" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXFSK0ogeg4)
A (very) rough translation could be "About Great poetry"
- Boss Battles*
Arte: - "Tempestoso": means "Stormy" in Italian, it is also a musical term - "Risoluto": means "Resolute" in Italian, it is also a musical term - "Afflizione": means "Affliction" in italian (it is NOT a musical term)
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