Zenislez wrote:Judging from the combined personality of the original and DLC shinkis, I think I understand now why the master (you) only activate and bring along one shinki at a time.
Because if all of them active at the same time, it wil be war between your own shinki.
Even if peaceful, it will be a cold and fragile peace before something or someone make a move before war breaks out.
Actually, everyone tags along. They're all aware about their fellow shinki down to identity and feelings.
Case in point is the Justice story event where the master encourages her to mingle with everyone else while under his wing. (this is the main story, mind you) This suggests that the newcomers also get to know the others upon getting home.
The "We all love master equally" clause is no different from how it works in the Sister Princess galge series. Therefore, no real arguments ensue. In essence, it's like a harem.
Shikaze wrote:While the others guilt you to do things their way (Mary Celes), go behind your back to do their thing (Lirbiete), make demands of you (Renge),..... not sure if Strarf isn't indeed one of the mild one.
Well, she's more fixated about battling than anything else. The only time she berates the master is when she feels that the battle could've gone smoother, but the master was slacking off.
Recently picked up the game again, currently grinding Oorbellen.
Beneath that elegant and proud figure is a total ailurophobe. Poor Tamako got a mouthful just because of her usual skinship habits.