Knoll has a certain notoriety among The Sacred Stones players. He is the third-to-last character to be recruited, and comes as a level 10 Shaman… with zero luck. A literal big, fat 0 for his Luck stat. For a good number of players, this is enough to give him a nice comfortable spot on the bench, far away from danger. Those who decide to train Knoll up will find him to be a worthwhile unit; as the best-suited main-story unit for the Summoner class, he fills a unique niche in FE8′s gameplay.
Saw this tag on a reblog of my response meta (on my personal blog) about Eirika and Ephraim’s personalities.
Desire versus Responsibility is actually a huge theme in FE8! It’s one of those things where once you see it, you’ll see it everywhere when you look closely. (As a story analysis, this will obviously contain spoilers.)
Due to a serious shoulder injury to Patrick, The Black Keys’ forthcoming European concerts, part of their Turn Blue World Tour, have been cancelled up until March 10. Regrettably, due to prior scheduled commitments and venue availability, efforts to reschedule the original dates were unsuccessful; therefore all tickets will be refunded in full at their point of purchase. At this time, it is not expected that any dates after March 10 will be cancelled.
From Dan & Pat: “We are very sorry to have to cancel our upcoming performances through March 10. Patrick needs time to heal. We thank all of our fans for their support and we’re looking forward to getting back on the road.”
CANCELLED TOUR DATES February 16 | Zurich, Switzerland | Hallenstadion February 17 | Milan, Italy | Mediolanum Forum February 19 | Munich, Germany | Zenith February 20 | Berlin, Germany | Max-Schmeling-Halle February 21 | Warsaw, Poland | Torwar February 23 | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Ziggo Dome February 24 | Antwerp, Belgium | Sportpaleis February 25 | Dusseldorf, Germany | Mitsubishi Electric Halle February 27 | Manchester, United Kingdom | Manchester Arena February 28 | Birmingham, United Kingdom | Genting Arena March 1 | Glasgow, United Kingdom | The SSE Hydro March 3 | London, United Kingdom | The O2 March 4 | Cardiff, United Kingdom | Motorpoint Arena March 5 | Leeds, United Kingdom | First Direct Arena March 7 | Lyon, France | Halle Tony Garnier March 9 | Paris, France | Zenith March 10 | Paris, France | Zenith
TOUR RESUMES April 2 | Brisbane, Australia | Brisbane Riverstage April 3 | Byron Bay, Australia | Bluesfest April 5 | Yarra Valley, Australia | Rochford Eyton Winery April 7 | Melbourne, Australia | Margaret Court Arena April 10 | Darling Harbour, Australia | Qantas Credit Union Arena April 11 | Pokolbin, Australia | Bimbadgen Estate April 14 | Perth, Australia | Red Hill Auditorium April 16 | Hindmarsh, Australia | Adelaide Entertainment Centre April 18 | Christchurch, New Zealand | Horncastle Arena April 19 | Auckland, New Zealand | Vector Arena April 22 | Tokyo, Japan | Studio Coast April 23 | Tokyo, Japan | Studio Coast May 28 | Barcelona, Spain | Primavera Sound May 30 | Athens, Greece | Rockwave Festival June 6 | Hunter, New York | Mountain Jam June 7 | New York, New York | Governor’s Ball June 12 | Isle of Wight, United Kingdom | Isle of Wight Festival June 14 | Aarhus, Denmark | Northside Festival
2005/07/16 - 3NT Roger Seyer (u/s Valjean), Robert Hunt (Javert), Joan Almedilla (Fantine), Nina Negri (u/s Cosette), Adam Jacobs (Marius), Melissa Lyons (Éponine), Michael Halling (Enjolras), Norman Large (Thénardier), Jennifer Butt (Mme. Thénardier), Trent Blanton (Grantaire/Bamatabois)
1. Bradley Benjamin, Las Vegas. 2. Katie Hall, Royal Albert Hall. 3. Jordan Ashley and Dustin Layton, Las Vegas. 4. Courtney Combs, Las Vegas. 5. Mona Botha, Victoria Payne, Claire Lyon and Caroline Scott, WT. 6. Carly Blake Sebouhian, Broadway. 7. Fernanda Valleja, Buenos Aires. 8. Alison Townsend, West End. 9. Fernanda Vallejo and unknown, Buenos Aires.