>I want to know what /m/ likes to play as
hunter all day erry day
>not making a 4 robot team in Final Fantasy Legend 2
Monk because punching shit is an activity enjoyed by robots of all shapes and sizes.
Are we just doing vidya? Because if we're allowed tabletop gaming then I can think of about a half dozen games off the top of my head where "mecha pilot" is one of the core classes.
In the GBA games, anyway. Other games actually make them look and move like guys in heavy armor and not like goddamn medieval mechs.
Plus Sacred Stones had Amelia who really shouldn't be able to wear that armor, which only makes things more suspicious.
Mecha, a team of 5 mecha that fight a motherbrain in a virtual reality onboard a space vessel as big as a huge metropolis with enough firepower to take down planets, all of this while listening some sexy mecha tunes and
There should be a specific class for "people who build robots"
war forged, I guess you'd call it
point is Ershin is the best character
I was gonna be all like "Nobody got Ershin you guys suck" but you all had it covered. I won't doubt /m/ again. Momo was pretty indirectly /m/ too.
If you mean tabletop, I'm running a character in pathfinder right now who is a Synthesis Summoner, which basically means I summon a custom monster but instead of commanding it like a pokemon I summon it around me making it a magical hardsuit of sorts, in my case very litteraly a clunky mechanical looking robot around my gnome.
Like 30, all lottery exclusive, you can get them from player shops, the older and cooler the part the more epensive it is.
yay got my Brewmaster title
does it matter?
tfw when you will never strip down to your undies before donning a overly bulk second hand cooling vest and neurohelmet