Score + - 0 Report post.

Posted on 2011-02-06 23:37:39 by FFT_Dumper

Remove | Add note | Keep | Edit | Note history | Tag History | Previous | Next

9 comments (0 hidden)

Posted on 2011-02-07 02:45:47 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
From the bottom right corner, up two and left two: the girl in blue and black.

I can't think of who she's supposed to be, unless it's possibly Agrias wearing a different costume or Teta with blond hair.

Posted on 2011-02-08 06:36:07 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
It's no reason to make search restrictions like that.
A FFT monk is no less a monk than any other monk and if anyone wants to see a FFT monk they search for both Monk and FFT.

Posted on 2011-02-09 04:25:37 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
There's no reason why you can't have both tags: monk, and monk(fft). One for people who want to see only FFT monks, and one for people who want to see all monks.

That's how the other boorus handle it.

Posted on 2011-02-09 08:11:18 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
Because the other boorus does something dumb doesn't mean you have to. For what logical reason do they tag monk(fft) when searching monk FFT is the same shit, you know except that you then follow how everything else is tagged instead. Hell, lets just catigorize everything. DnD monks should now be tagged monk(dnd), diablo monks should be tagged monk(diablo) and so on. Right?

Posted on 2011-02-10 05:26:30 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
Seems a bit redundant. The only way someone is going to search for a monk(fft) tag is if they already know about the tag.

So they can't blindly search for the monk tag and find it.

Posted on 2011-02-12 16:03:50 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
Well, I guess I'll just go ahead and clean up the tags since FFT_Dumper has yet to give a good reason not to.

Posted on 2011-02-14 09:08:14 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
Dat Chemist.

Posted on 2011-03-08 03:29:23 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
You can search by two tags, too. Just add a plus between them.
So, search by FFT and monk, get FFT monks.

Posted on 2012-09-04 14:49:28 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
Both tags makes for things being very useful. I came here today only wanting squires from fft. I have known about the tag 'squire_(fft)' from other sources, and searched that first. Even if I didn't, once I found it, I'd have used that over just squire. Now, this site doesn't have anything that is squire that isn't from fft, but it would have been handy in other cases.