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Ah, I know, I mentioned the assumption of Hades' control was a mistake I made the first time. And to be fair, that obnoxious boss fight is something Hades would do to mess around with Pit.
 
Ah, I know, I mentioned the assumption of Hades' control was a mistake I made the first time. And to be fair, that obnoxious boss fight is something Hades would do to mess around with Pit.
   
Thanks, now I could see the stars this time around on closer inspection. They're more subtle and fewer than what you'd expect, but they're there. The room of the boss fight is pretty weird in design, though, it seems to have a close fleshy ceiling that diffuminates into a void and then becomes a reddish sky with stars in some sections and stars that are somehow ''beneath ''dark red clouds in others. 
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Thanks, now I could see the stars this time around on closer inspection. They're more subtle and fewer than what you'd expect, but they're there. The room of the boss fight is pretty weird in design, though, it seems to have a close fleshy ceiling that diffuminates into a void and then becomes a reddish sky with stars in some sections and stars that are somehow ''beneath ''dark red clouds in others. It's more clear in the following cutscene, I guess I focused too much on the fight itself.
   
 
I am more on board with the more grounded resolution the topic has taken, namely: do not disregard the stars due to lack of evidence (because most of the time it won't be provided), but consider other potential limitations to the size of the dimension if there can be seen or appreciated, like terrain, barriers, rooms, etc. It's a good middle ground, the feats themselves still are valid, but are analyzed more carefully before anything, to not just give away a 4-A rating.
 
I am more on board with the more grounded resolution the topic has taken, namely: do not disregard the stars due to lack of evidence (because most of the time it won't be provided), but consider other potential limitations to the size of the dimension if there can be seen or appreciated, like terrain, barriers, rooms, etc. It's a good middle ground, the feats themselves still are valid, but are analyzed more carefully before anything, to not just give away a 4-A rating.

Latest revision as of 16:37, February 27, 2019

Ah, I know, I mentioned the assumption of Hades' control was a mistake I made the first time. And to be fair, that obnoxious boss fight is something Hades would do to mess around with Pit.

Thanks, now I could see the stars this time around on closer inspection. They're more subtle and fewer than what you'd expect, but they're there. The room of the boss fight is pretty weird in design, though, it seems to have a close fleshy ceiling that diffuminates into a void and then becomes a reddish sky with stars in some sections and stars that are somehow beneath dark red clouds in others. It's more clear in the following cutscene, I guess I focused too much on the fight itself.

I am more on board with the more grounded resolution the topic has taken, namely: do not disregard the stars due to lack of evidence (because most of the time it won't be provided), but consider other potential limitations to the size of the dimension if there can be seen or appreciated, like terrain, barriers, rooms, etc. It's a good middle ground, the feats themselves still are valid, but are analyzed more carefully before anything, to not just give away a 4-A rating.

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