>>419150 Imagine if there was a fire emblem game "inspired" by the Children's Crusade.
So you start off with a massive amount of characters where no one is older than 14, all have terrible stats, little equipment to go around and are marching off on a quest to fight the "evil empire/god of darkness".
Stage are all just travelling from the homeland to try and reach the territory of the villain, where events are getting attacked by the likes of wolves or small groups of struggling bandits and scrabbling to eke out enough food and shelter to keep your 'crusaders' alive.
There would be many side paths where if you make the wrong choices you get screwed over pretty hard like accepting work from a kindly merchant leads to a boat ride where he brings you to a slave market leading to a desperate escape mission against overwhelming numbers of slavers.
Even if you manage to survive against the odds and reach the final battle at the villain's fortress your remaining dregs are just a minor addition to the army that has been fighting it, basically being put into battle outside the stronghold against horrific monsters with a large number of NPC warriors doing most of the work.
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>>420597 Some fictional character would be proper fucked if they ended up in silent hill. Like the Punisher from marvel, he'd forget all about his dead family and just get deeper and deeper into killing the 'criminals' he kept seeing until he just ends up a deformed corrupted monster hunting guilty people that strolled into the place.
>>420702 Yeah, no wonder she died at childbirth with that many children. Hell, it's admirable that she lasted as long as the birth. But I'm guessing it was more like she died in the final trimester and then they had a caesarian and saved as many of the kids as possible.