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about 3 months ago

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Yeah, there are four more job shrines scattered throughout the last group of areas in the game, where all of the Chapter 4 stories take place. Though the big differences here are that, unlike the 8 regular job shrines, you have to beat a pretty dang tough boss fight in order in earn one and there are high level enemy encounters throughout the area.
about 4 months ago

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
On Fire: 3 beat or complete in a row
Oh wow! You are the man for getting that 100 volleyball Moon in Odyssey! I'm too scared to do that challenge~
about 4 months ago

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
I'm really enjoying it so far! I really like Octopath Traveler's focus on smaller, more personal stories, the presentation is gorgeous and the battle system is fun and mechanically rock solid (and continues to get more tactical as I add more party members and the difficulty scales as a result).

So far I've gone Primrose -> Olberic -> Tressa -> Alfyn, and I think I'm gonna focus on getting the rest of the crew, both so I can have access to more battle options and all of the path actions, and so I can keep leveling up my party before I start their Chapter 2s, which all seem to recommend having level 20+ characters. I'm starting to take those suggestions more seriously after I tried to go into an optional "Danger Level 15" cave with my current party (I think they were around 15, 15, 13 and 10 at the time) and I was just getting my butt whooped. I nearly got my first "Game Over" in there.
about 10 months ago

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
I wonder if Odyssey's sheer density and openness are part of what make many of the moons feel easy; a single star/shine sprite in Super Mario 64, Sunshine or Galaxy 1/2 (even one for just solving a puzzle, reaching a certain point, discovering a secret area or collecting a certain number of items) would've started you in one place, laid out the challenge before you and then kicked you out of the stage once you finished to start over from the beginning.

Whereas in Odyssey, you don't have to constantly re-navigate the level, so you can herd a bunch of sheep, find 5 moon shards, buy a moon, find and plant a seed, solve a puzzle, take on a challenge room, fight a boss and complete a tricky test of platforming skill in the span of about fifteen minutes, and already have half of the moons you need to move on to the next Kingdom. You usually just don't have that full-level build-up for each star in Odyssey that you'd find in older 3D Mario games. It also has that Breath of the Wild thing going on where you're constantly getting tempted by things off of the critical path, which contributes to that feeling where you're finding moons all over the place.

It is also just a pretty easy game a lot of the time, and I say that even as someone that considers it to be maybe their favorite game in a very long time.
The Emaaloggery c: