Final Fantasy Tactics A2: November 14th-28th, 2008

NOVEMBER 14TH, 2008: Privilege Update: We unlocked the Bonus CP 1 privilege.

Clan Points let you attempt Clan Trials, which let you net new privilege and prestige for Clan Gully.

NOVEMBER 21ST, 2008: Privilege Update: We unlocked Clan Privilege Move ^ 1 after completing General Training II.

NOVEMBER 27TH, 2008: A very strange thing happened when we touched down in Fluorgis: a man in sunglasses wanted to talk to Luso. His name: Al-Cid Morgrace. Profession: ladykiller.

Al-Cid
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Final Fantasy Tactics A2: October 25th, 2008-November 7th

OCTOBER 25TH, 2008: Trophy Update: Cleared 200 quests! The new trophy looks like… an old moogle with a cane? It’s hard to make out.
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Final Fantasy Tactics A2: October 5th-10th, 2008

OCTOBER 5TH, 2008: And I don’t understand why!

It has been 30 days since I first played this game. Since, I have logged 51 hours. That’s a little over a half hour a day.

This game has something just like the Deep Dungeon in the original Tactics – Brightmoon Tor! Sounds like something from The Elder Scrolls.
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Final Fantasy Tactics A2: September 30th-October 3rd, 2008: Slander

SEPTEMBER 30th, 2008: Trophy Update: We finished our 100th quest (Bangaa Bugle – Rosefire), and unlocked a trophy of… two drowsy moogle black mages. They’re cute, but they’re… unfamiliar.
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“Nerd” versus “#Nerd”

In so many words...

So being a nerd has become the cool thing to do now. At one time we were ostracized. We were made fun of. We were looked at as weirdos on the fringes of society. Now nerd culture is a hashtag for a lot of people. Glasses and a video game or super hero teeshirt are all it takes to make someone a #nerd apparently. It’s not that I am upset that “nerding out” is more acceptable, I’m not going all “I liked it before it was cool” hipster on you. I think it just bothers me a bit that nerd culture has lost some of its meaning. We nerds, true nerds, have been doing this since we can remember. We were trapped in our books reading until morning, finishing book after book in a week. We were collecting Pokemon cards and trading like we were on Wall Street with million…

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