Angelo. Looking over skills tab. I saw that it said skills are rare which are true but it appears durimg level up? Im not so sure about that.
Liaris freese, argonaut, artel assist are skills that appear when something happens to a adventurer that changes their very being. They might be wrong with my semantics but hopefully you get the gist.
Those skills appeared before bell leveled up. An eg. Lily got artel assist while still being at level one. Im not sure brings it out but im speculating that liaris freese came from bell wanting to catch up to ais and to stand next to her in terms of skill and power and argonaut comes from his fantasies that zeus imprinted upon him by telling him stories and gving him the book dungeon oratoria.
Developemental abilities only appear on level ups, skill can appear at any time. I checked the skills page it says as such. Specifically it says "skills can be discovered during a level up or through other methods such as smithing." Other methods would appear during status updates.
Skills can be discovered during a level up or through other methods such as smithing. Some skills can have variations like Tione and Tiona's Berserk.
It says skill CAN be discovered when you level up and other methods but it looks incomplete to me, i am not sure on how to type it out but emotions, behavior and attitude plays a part din't you think? I mean wr all know how bell got liatis freese. That line looks very confusing to people reading through it. They might mix up development skills and skills. Just saying or maybe i'm confused.
Development abilities like luck and abnormal resistance comes from levelling up from level 2. It also says in the skills tab that you can get skills from levelling up and other methods such as smithing. Isn't it incomplete?
You don't need to repeat yourself, I read what you posted above, I was just answering the part I quoted. Anyway, as far as we know, Bell's the only one that's done so, so at most it'd be mentioned on his page
Other methods, in the case of Liaris Freese it is Bell's intense feelings for Ais. Artel Assist comes from packing heavy loads of gear. Smithing is just an example other method is an intentional uses of a broad term.
As for exploration itself, we’ve had quite a few close calls. At one point a huge geyser burst through the ground, stopping our progress, and when we tried to get around it via another route, a monster party appeared. Then Daphne absolutely refused to take the crystal bridge that goes right past the Great Falls. Another time, one of Welf’s arms got stuck on a drug octopus’s sucker, and he almost fell into the rapids. But despite the constantly shifting circumstances, we’re managing to make our way down the main route through the twenty-fifth floor.
What monster is it? I could not find it in the monsters category
Sorry to bother you so much but I have 2 more questions:
"As long as you keep an eye out for attacks that irregular inflict ailments and you have enough people, the Colossal Tree Labyrinth is not too big a deal. I mean, it might be tough if you only had Level-Two people ... Coming down here unprepared also mean getting totally wiped out by traps and weird goblins that are not up in the Cave Labyrinth. Assume from that, obviously, it's the amount of resources. "
Weird goblins would be the Hobgoblin? (page 78 in English)
and what do they mean by Cave Labyrinth? Was the area from the 13th to the 17th floor? I do not remember that before they called it like that (page 78 and 93 in English)
I see then. I was wondering how many affiliates did you get before you took it down and also the names of the wiki that you affiliate.
Also could you at least add affiliate content to your homepage as well as your other wikis too before I give you our wordmark. And also can you add your other wikis in the affiliate content since you're also managing Asterisk and Re:Zero Wiki which I also want to affiliate with as well so that our wordmark is not the only one there because it feels kinda lonely being the only one there.
We actually didn't have affiliates since the wiki hardly had anything back then before I adopted it and made it into what it is now
I think the affiliate template is still around (I don't remember deleting it) so I'll get around to copying it to the other wikis. First though, would you consider also affiliating with the Konosuba and Hanebad wikis as well? I'm a bureaucrat/admin on the 1st one and in the process of adopting/building the 2nd one. The Hanebad wiki doesn't fulfill your affiliate requirements as of now but I can get it there soon
I see then. As of now you can focus on adding affiliate template first. Also I don't mind affiliating with Konosuba Wiki since it pass our requirements and only Hanebado that needs rebuilding and expanding so it can join our affiliation as well.
Excellent, now I'll give you our wordmark. Since your wikis' background are all white, our wordwork blends into light colors, so it's practically invisible on the Affiliates template. So we decided to used our other version of wordmark with black background on it.
This is our wordmark:
After you add us in the affiliates template, I'll add yours in return. Thank you for your cooperation.
I have a question about your affiliation requirements. Part of the last one reads "and a certain number of quality content articles". What do you consider to be "quality content articles"? Just filled out pages for the main characters and such?
I'm almost there, just need to get the last requirement down and at least 4 more pages
Hi! For starters thanks for your work, but onto the main question, could you recommend a service for buying the Japanese LN's in physical form? Ive picked up as many limited editions as I could (vol 3,4,6 and 11) but I had to buy them through a 3rd party in Japan and paid through the nose for import taxes, not to mention that even when I bought them on release date they were hard to pin down. Just looking for a site/service that won't cost such a pretty penny to purchase (Aus import tax is ridiculous)
Irrelevant chat aside, do you know any sites/services that sell the Japanese LNs and if there is anywhere selling the limited editions? (I know theyre kinda hard to find but just thought id ask). Thankyou!
1- In the Spanish Verification it is mentioned that to make a Grimoire you need the skills of development "mystery" and "way of magic", the path of magic is a translation error and refer to "mage"? .
2- When Loki talks to Eina about the Soma family there is a part where he mentions "mystery", but I was not clear if Soma was helped by someone with this development skill or who did not even let someone with that development ability help him. In any case this would mean that there is someone in the Soma family with "mystery", right? .
PS: I think I can deduce the 5 people with "mystery" in the city
Pd2: in Spanish we have mystery as an enigma, both are well not?