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Henry Fleming (Codename Steam)
I can kinda see him bouncing off of the Sakura Wars characters, both come from strategy games based in steampunk settings. So it kinda works.
He's the protagonist of Intelligent systems underrated Codename Steam, where he and other old book characters team up to fight aliens to attack the steampunk world they live in.
Just the game in 2010'sSo do they have to be from a SERIES from 2010's? Or just from a new game in the 2010's?
Because im just going to go with this:
Joker and Queen, Persona 5
The leader of the phantom thieves and the groups most popular female member, both hang around Shibuya, both deal with weird supernatural stuff and changing people's hearts.
I think it would make sense for someone like Reiji to know who they are seeing as the government in the Persona universe has investigated shadow related incidents before which would probably fall in Shinra's jurisdiction.
It just makes sense for the universe of this series.
If this gets the most votes i'm going to submit another Persona character for a solo unit slot down the line, i just wanted to mention that.
Throwing Hugo & Alisa back in here for the pair.Job 20: Hugo Pennywort & Alisa Ilinichina Amiella (God Eater)
God Eater is a pretty large franchise for Namco. Alisa has appeared in both Project X Zone games, the first in her debut appearance and the second sporting new drip from God Eater 2. She was paired with another playable character from God Eater in the first game, Soma Schicksal, and appears in the second as a solo unit. God Eater has received an anime based on about half of the events of the first game as told by an OC, but Alisa acts much like a secondary protagonist in that. She's a New-Type God Eater from the Russian Branch of Fenrir with a complex past. While Soma is the only character who has appeared in every God Eater game, Alisa is basically the mascot of the series, so it'd be fitting to include her over Soma. This time, she'd appear with the male lead from God Eater 3, Hugo. God Eater 3 introduces AGEs, Adaptive God Eaters, who are much more resistant to the Aragami threat than their predecessors. Hugo is one of such AGEs, belonging to the Pennywort port. Overall, I think of the God Eater 3 characters, he and Claire have the best shot, but I went with Hugo since he's a lot more active than she is in the plot (based on my experience) and pretty much more interesting. The series also just recently celebrated its anniversary, happy anniversary God Eater!
- Names: Hugo & Alisa
- Origin: God Eater series (2010)
- Hugo is from God Eater 3
- Alisa is from God Eater 1, but she uses her appearance from God Eater 2 (Rage Burst)
- Company: Bandai-Namco
- While I doubt we would actually have to deal with copyright and other issues, it is important to note that Over the clouds was removed from the overseas release of Project X Zone and replaced with God and Man, and in Project X Zone 2, it went completely unused in favor of No Way Back. Over the clouds would receive a new remix if it were actually in though, since the version from PXZ hurts my ears.
- stereo future (God Eater 3)
- Basically the same as the other God Eater pairs in Project X Zone. Hugo and Alisa have similar God Arcs (their weapons), so what makes them stand out from other pairs would be the new abilities introduced in God Eater 3 like Engage.
Job #21 - Lusamine (Pokèmon)
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Lusamine is the main antagonist of Pokèmon Sun and Moon. She’s the president of the Aether Foundation, an organization whose main goal is supposed to be the protection of Pokèmon. It’s soon revealed that her true motivations are a lot more sinister than initially thought. Fixated on finding the Ultra Beast Nihilego, Lusamine is looking to open up an Ultra Wormhole so that she may meet her objects of obsession.
There were a few options I was mulling over for a Pokèmon villain, including the superboss from Legends: Arceus, but I ultimately decided on Lusamine because she’d make for a super unique boss fight. During Sun and Moon’s climax, she fuses herself with Nihilego, and I’d imagine that for her boss fight in this game you’d actually get to fight her while she’s fused with the Ultra Beast. You don’t actually fight the Nihilego fused Lusamine herself in Sun and Moon and instead just have a battle with her regular team, but I say we make up for that here and go all out with her. Plus with the plot of the Alola games revolving heavily around interdimensional shenanigans and wormholes, you could easily justify Lusamine’s inclusion as her ending up in the Project X Zone world after going through the Ultra Wormhole. I just think Lusamine is neat.