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  1. 1. which character is more devoleped

    • krystal
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    • katt
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Repost, since it's applicable.

Krystal has no -set- personality, and that's where her fault lies. I like to call her schizophrenic because she has such a vast range of extreme emotions that she just doesn't seem like a real person.

For instance, she is introduced as "kind," which is backed up by her going out of her way to investigate the problems on Dinosaur Planet as well as a few things she says about the emotions she feels during the Aparoid invasion. However, this description of her is blatantly contradicted at the end of Adventures when she grabs that staff out of Fox's pack and says, "Give me that!" without a word of thanks and only seems to be grateful as an afterthought once Andross is defeated, almost like she thought that maybe she had nearly missed an opportunity to "get some" (my interpretation of the "thank you" scene; not by any means official).

In Assault, it seemed like her number-one priority was getting in Fox's pants as well, given the enormous amount of (unreturned) flirting she did in the face of a galaxy-wide disaster.

I know so many people consider Command entirely non-canon, but I still consider the parts that were consistent to at least be canon character development, and one thing with Krystal that was consistent was that she had a hard time forgiving Fox, even in the endings where the two got back together. I don't -blame- her, per se, but again love didn't seem to be her primary motivator as she seemed to be weighing the benefits and drawbacks of the situation rather than forgiving the guy who saved her life a few years back.

So I think the problem here is not that Krystal doesn't -have- a personality. She's not a blank slate. She's a slate that's had graffiti spray-painted all over it so as to completely obscure any actual artwork that may have been put on there.

Katt, at least, has an established personality that remains more or less consistent, which is actually a bit more than even some of the main characters of the series can say. Yes, she's a stock character to a large degree, which results in predictability, but at least she's somewhat believable.

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hey i am 100 postes ahead you now , punk :x

U mad?

Or do you have some explanation to your hostility?

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hey i am 100 postes ahead you now , punk :x

'Cuz you've been arguing back and forth about silly things, yes. I like to make my posts count (This post excluded).

Also:

Stay on topic.

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I have already said what I think, too.

Basically:

° Both girls have good looks.

° Krystal makes more in-game appearances,

  but Katt appears in the comic, which

  gives her some considerable development.

° We know nothing about Krystal past's, exept

  what everyone knows. (He planet was destroyed,

  she is the sole survivor).

° The comic gives some development to all of the

  pre-SFad characters; SPECIALLY Katt & Falco.

...So, to sum it up. Krystal appears in more games,

  and has more fans. BUT, Katt has more development.

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hey i am 100 postes ahead you now , punk :x

I've got 300 more than you, so shut up.

On topic, Katt is more developed because of Farewell Falco. /thread

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do you mean too offend me

No, I mean to make you realize that you are an obnoxious person who can't hold a discussion for his life.

If this offends you or not isn't my problem.

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hey i am 100 postes ahead you now , punk :x

this was a inside joke. he was ahead me in posts a while ago. no i am not affended  :trollface: i am laughting at you
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Arguing over post counts <3

Anyway, I think Krystal is more developed, mainly because she is a bigger figure in the games, however, there are a lot of things we don't know about her. Katt on the other hand, has only been in a few levels, and it seems she's only here because she's got a thing for Falco.

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Arguing over post counts <3

Anyway, I think Krystal is more developed, mainly because she is a bigger figure in the games, however, there are a lot of things we don't know about her. Katt on the other hand, has only been in a few levels, and it seems she's only here because she's got a thing for Falco.

As I have said, Krystal has been more

important in the games, but those

do not explain much about her, unfortunately.

Katt, while does not appears as much as

Krystal in the games, she is a key character

in the 'Farewell, beloved Falco' comic, giving

her considerably more development.

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Katt is always a secondary character and has only been in two games. Krystal is secondary in Adventures, semi-main in Assault, and arguably the second most important character in Command.

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Katt is always a secondary character and has only been in two games. Krystal is secondary in Adventures, semi-main in Assault, and arguably the second most important character in Command.

As the canon of Command is questionable,

I would not recommend counting it.

Additionally, Command does not develop the

characters - it reworked them in an awful

wrong way.

Katt, for example, is no longer pink.

Krystal is no longer 'kind' - all the opposite,

she can even be manipulative in that game.

also katt is a charater that does not need devoleped. krystal has so much more to devolep

If we go into account, ALL characters need development.

I am not going to deny the fact that Krystal

IS a more important character in terms of canon, you are right,

but sadly she has not been developed much.

If she were to be developed, yeah, her character would

certainly be improved. But sadly, we have yet to wait

for that.

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no , you misunder stand . if katt and krystal were both fully devoleped krystal would have more too her. she is more emotionaly deep.

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no , you misunder stand . if katt and krystal were both fully devoleped krystal would have more too her. she is more emotionaly deep.

And that is what I mean.

If Krystal WAS fully developed -

but she IS NOT. We have to face

it, Krystal is not very developed. I like

her and it is allright, but I can not call

her character 'depth' - because sadly,

it is not.

As of time of writting, Katt is more developed.

I am not saying that Katt is more 'important'

than Krystal - but who is 'more developed'?

Again, of time of writting, Katt.

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Katt is always a secondary character and has only been in two games. Krystal is secondary in Adventures, semi-main in Assault, and arguably the second most important character in Command.

Role has nothing to do with development. Fox is one of THE LEAST developed and consistant characters, and he's the MAIN character.

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frequancy of apering does have somthing to do with it. if a character didn't apear at all how could be devoleped

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frequancy of apering does have somthing to do with it. if a character didn't apear at all how could be devoleped

It happens quite well, actually. Most of the development is from the accounts of other characters, how Janos Audron was developed mostly in the Legacy of Kain series for a long time. Janos Audron wasn't seen until Blood Omen 2, the third game made in the series, and was only seen for a few moments. Before he was seen, however, the followers of the series already knew that he was one of the original vampires, and created Vorador, the first vampire to of been born mortal, and had Vorador create the Soul Reaver blade. And we also knew that Janos's heart, the heart of darkness as it was called, was ripped from his still living body, which is how he died.

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this frequancy also counts in speech but their is no dening that frequaincy of appring has an affect on devolepment

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this frequancy also counts in speech but their is no dening that frequaincy of appring has an affect on devolepment

Yes, there is a correlation of appearances to development, but it is not an absolute. Like I said, Fox is the MAIN character and he is one of the lesser developed/consistant characters.

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this frequancy also counts in speech but their is no dening that frequaincy of appring has an affect on devolepment

It depends on the character and story creators. Albert Wesker from Resident Evil appears often enough, yet his personality goes off the charts in some games. From being calm, controlled, manipulative, and analytical in the earlier games, he goes to an arrogant, egotistical mass of complexes in RE5, completely against previous character traits.

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