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Swordfighter despite being one of, if not the worst, of the Mii Fighters.
And in general, that's also the case in terms of JRPG staples - I'm always gonna lean towards the balanced swordfighter as my main hero unless something is really cool to warrant me diverting from it.
Are you a proton, a...
I'm naturally biased towards Namco stuff (ShiftyLook represent!), but at the same time I'm also an active member of the Proton Jon community. Think I'll give it to Dig Dug, though.
Would you rather the apocalypse come in the form of the wrath of the gods, or the wrath of draconian menaces?
By the fact that I have never seen a Star Trek thing in my life, it's Star Wars - but I don't think that's necessarily fair to judge on my end (even though I did so anyway).
Do you challenge fate, or accept it?
Both tropes really appeal to me, actually. Perhaps the "Light Is Not Good" trope just barely edges it out, but both reasons are why I love the artwork for Bayonetta's appearance in Smash - a representation of the forces of light and dark, not necessarily good and evil.
Gunvolt, duh. They got a publisher who wasn't inherently shite about their advertising for the physical release, among other things that went so horribly right with Mighty No. 9.
Emerald Grove, Ancient Forest, Waterfall Wood, or Lush Woodlands?