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said at 9:07 PM on Wed Jan 17 2018
Is it odd that I prefer Skye's performance as Pyra more so than Mythra? I know it was likely the way she was directed, but Mythra's voice seems a little too deadpan and disinterested. I prefer the kinder, more genuine Pyra to her tsundere counterpart.
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said at 9:22 PM on Wed Jan 17 2018

No I agree with you. I wasn't too huge on either but I felt Mythra didn't sound as boisterous as she could have. Pyra could get away with it a bit more because of her more reserved personality.
said at 1:24 PM on Sat Apr 21 2018
@ShermTank7272 Her Pyra voice sounded a lot more consistent.

Mythra....perhaps it's just me but her voice tended to crack during the end of her sentences a lot.
said at 7:35 AM on Sun Dec 17 2017
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Skye Bennet fit Pyra pretty well no complaints here.
said at 2:24 PM on Wed Jun 14 2017
Please do NOT let her become Fiora 2.0
said at 12:44 PM on Thu Nov 16 2017
@Soul-dragon ...And it looks like that's what she's becoming. Dang it. Oh well. At least Nia still exists.
said at 4:44 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
@Soul-dragon Don't like Fiora?
said at 6:19 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
@doodlebugfour Nope she definitely wasn't my favorite Xenoblade character (that would be Dunban honestly). She was annoying, generic, plain, bratty when push came to shove and all she really cared about was Shulk. She didn't show any care or concern for anyone else and only swooned over him. She also felt a bit unrealistic to me. How do you become a cyborg for that long and not have any trauma?
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