Before we start this chapter, let's take a look at some of the TRAPs I've gained from beating the game a couple of times.
This would be nice if I didn't love my hell stomp and stealth rock too much.
It's a fish. That chews on your head.
This one we've seen in action already. Quite the handy little device.
This is a dangerous little bastard. If you're not careful, it'll knock you around the room a few times.
And a banana peel. Yup.
The only TRAP I'm missing is the delta horse, which acts like a lift TRAP with the crotch-bursting power of a pommel horse.
Hey, this looks familiar.
"The" Reina? Does he have a collection?
It would be great if it was a different Reina, but we all know that can never be the case in this god-forsaken game.
"Ehhhh, I'll rape and enslave her tomorrow."
Oh hi, Reina. How nice of you to join us. Will you be making any bad decisions today?
I see! Very good. Note that this choice doesn't change jack as far as the game is concerned.
Reina was too busy humming the A-Team theme song while thinking about what a hero she is to notice anyone coming.
Have we all been reduced to speaking in sentence fragments?
Guess so. Better fight. Kill people for rescuing.
Her name has "evil" in it, so it's okay to kill her.
Truly, an epic tale of Lancehorn's ambitions.
Feets, don't fail me now!
Ah, feet from hell. How well you have served me over these past three games.
Nobody uses "deceased" and "GranPa" in the same sentence. Nobody ever says "GranPa" at all, but that's beside the point.
That's because I cooked it with lasers.
No, I think you did worse than your first fight against me.
FINISH YOUR SENTENCES, PEOPLE!
Don't bother looking behind you. Nobody could possibly pass by this dungeon hallway.
I'd like to think he jumped on her like she was a koopa.
Oh well, I guess Reina's dead now...
...Is what I'd say if anyone acted consistently in this game.
At least I saved what's her name.
He's right. I mean, anything could happen. A teenage girl could even destroy everyone in a single country single-handedly, one by one.
Next time, someone Reina cares about dies. Again, and again.