Yeah, I know it has been decided we're starting without bans. But when some of the dust finally settles, we'll probably be left with early competitive darlings like Ononokusu and Chandelier. But while I agree these look good, I'm not going to use them. They don't suit my playing style or type of team. In fact, the only "darling" I'm going to try out is Doryuuzu.
However, here's something I'm going to advise everyone: please try out and experiment with things that aren't
I might post on here more often... maybe.
I'm surprised how they locked up most of the training stages initially. You only have four to begin with, and completing the first part of the main game unlocks...3 more. There's 12 in total.
Not that I don't already know most of it, but still!
Anyone have any good suggestions? I mean good, the last book I read from here (flowers for algaron or something) sucked.