I dunno. Maybe Leixin is their secret Lucius. But I remember Xianghua herself just fine. She’s done me quite a few favors over the years!a forgettable character with forgettable children..
I don’t think that’s how lesbians work.Is 1st our favourite character: the lesbian barbarian!? She's a mom!?!?!?!
Amy is primed to be the protagonist of SoulCalibur VII, though, and Hilde was the protagonist of SoulCalibur IV, it’s just that SoulCalibur IV’s story was somehow less than SoulCalibur V.These SC writers do not know how to develop their female characters, just look at Cassandra and Hilde, they should be protagonists of SC 2 and 4, respectively. I don't even want to mention Mi-na and Talim..
That doesn’t work for a lot of different reasons. Lynette is Polish-Lithuanian, for one, and she’s also 16 years old in 1590/1591. Unless Maelys is a lot older than she looks and defected from Ukraine to be French for Master Raphael / Lord Dumas.Can Vergeben confirms Maelys is Lynette's Mother
Honestly, only a small handful of the female get any story development whatsoever. Sophitia arguably gets the most of it.Amy is primed to be the protagonist of SoulCalibur VII, though, and Hilde was the protagonist of SoulCalibur IV, it’s just that SoulCalibur IV’s story was somehow less than SoulCalibur V.
Disagree about Cassandra with regards to the original run of SoulCalibur II—Raphael was a fine subtle protagonist that no one noticed.
Mi-na’s storyline has been disrespected since Kilik was introduced, there’s no denying that. And Talim is honestly fine story-wise, I think she’s about as involved as she has rights being.
Setsuka, though, she’s got it the worst. Master dies, swears revenge, decides revenge isn’t worth it, trains Patroklos, then is never to be seen again.