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User Info: NovaSolstice

NovaSolstice
1 week ago#11
JCoconut posted...
Merges is probably them training together and then one goes home

And logically, how does that raise your -base- stats?... I understand training imparting skills that raise stats... but not... because you trained with yourself, your bones resist more damage... or your hide more fire.
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JCoconut
1 week ago#12
NovaSolstice posted...
And logically, how does that raise your -base- stats?... I understand training imparting skills that raise stats... but not... because you trained with yourself, your bones resist more damage... or your hide more fire.
Well I guess then it's eating after all. Nom!
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User Info: RiverSquirtle

RiverSquirtle
1 week ago#13
But you can merge with a manual. So my thoughts is that it works the same way as skill inheritance.

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R_Hunter
1 week ago#14
RiverSquirtle posted...
But you can merge with a manual. So my thoughts is that it works the same way as skill inheritance.

Exactly. My personal thinking is that when the units "merge", the fodder unit is returned home, but has their current power added to the main one, hence the small increases to each stat.
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rrobin
1 week ago#15
R_Hunter posted...
Exactly. My personal thinking is that when the units "merge", the fodder unit is returned home, but has their current power added to the main one, hence the small increases to each stat.
But isn't that implying that if you sacrifice someone's power, the giver becomes powerless? How are they gonna do their part and resolve the conflict that they have to resolve back home?
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R_Hunter
1 week ago#16
rrobin posted...
R_Hunter posted...
Exactly. My personal thinking is that when the units "merge", the fodder unit is returned home, but has their current power added to the main one, hence the small increases to each stat.
But isn't that implying that if you sacrifice someone's power, the giver becomes powerless? How are they gonna do their part and resolve the conflict that they have to resolve back home?

It's not that the fodder unit is giving up their power as they go back, more that their power is "added" to what the main unit has and since they're the same person, it's permanently absorbed. Like droplets of liquid combining. Nothing is lost, only blended together.
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User Info: 67chrome

67chrome
1 week ago#17
JCoconut posted...
Merges is probably them training together and then one goes home

That's my headcannon as well.
NovaSolstice posted...
JCoconut posted...
Merges is probably them training together and then one goes home

And logically, how does that raise your -base- stats?... I understand training imparting skills that raise stats... but not... because you trained with yourself, your bones resist more damage... or your hide more fire.


I mean, how the hell do skills like Fury or Res+3 raise your base stats? How the hell do Threaten or smoke skills work physiologically?

We just have to accept gameplay/story segregation.
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User Info: NovaSolstice

NovaSolstice
1 week ago#19
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm you world killers(saviors in the case of merging villains) bring up valid points...
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nah, it's like "The One"

by killing another, there are less in the multiverse and the killer becomes stronger

somehow
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