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Special Attacks Poll

After a week off, the weekly poll gets back down to business with a poll all RPG fans can relate to. While plodding through dungeons, forests, caves, towers, or any other labyrinth, care is usually taken to ensure that special attacks are saved for any fearsome bosses that lie within. Once that often-familiar boss music begins, it's time to unleash the flashiest, most devastating, and (quite often) the longest special attacks available. Vanquishing the enemy in such a way can be quite rewarding. However, obtaining the spell is often half the battle. With that, here's this week's poll question:

"How do you prefer to obtain spells/special attacks?"

To vote, just click this link to make your way to the main page. But before you do, it must be mentioned that editors Sensei Phoenix and Ramza helped create this poll. It was an excellent group effort indeed.

The last poll dealt with Sega's future plans publishing games on various consoles. Out of the list of consoles provided, 50% want Sega to put their titles on PlayStation 2. A solid 25% want Sega to devote themselves to GameCube. The remaining 25% had Game Boy Advance, Xbox or the death of Sega in mind. To see the full results, head on over to the poll archives.

Through the next couple months, while school and the collective effort of reformatting RPGFan in its entirety drain my spare time, the poll may not be as weekly as I'd like it to be. Nevertheless, I will make every effort to keep it updated.

Date Updated:
March 3rd, 2001

Time Updated:
3:13 PM


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