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As he attempts to defend her from them he wields his sword as its blade was broken in half which he ends up being beaten by them.Meis later wakes up and seeing that Sodina had nursing him back to health after what happened.Meis became flattered to see the ladies who left and Sodina convinces him to became Jyabil's apprentice which Meis accepts and he promises to Sodina to improve his skills as blacksmith to become as a trainee to her older brother.Jyabil initially refuses at first until he accepts after Sodina convinces him that Meis is the family of spirit blacksmiths.

But Sodina doubts that his weapon appears not good enough than her brother's which he was collapsed in disappointment as Jyabil thought of him to concentrate and to put his heart and his spirit to forge the weapons even better.This is a placeholder page for Thousand Arms on the Playstation 1, developed by Red Company and Atlus Japan, and published by Atlus U. Prior to the Dark Acolytes attack in Kant, he was called by his father, Cliff Truimph in their estate while hanging out with another woman while sharpen the sword as a blacksmith and he tells him to be prepared. Meis eventually learns that his parents had already fled without defending the town.There are different methods of radiometric dating that will vary due to the type of material that is being dated.For example, uranium-lead dating can be used to find the age of a uranium-containing mineral.Arriving at his home, he was bumped by several women that he saw and to watch the girls are impressed on Jyabil's skills as a blacksmith which Sodina remarks that a few woman are watching him forges any kinds of weaponry.Although, Jyabil coldly tells them to leave and he can't work if they are here.As a result, Meis ends up collapsed before he evacuate the town.When Meis arrived at Boyzby, he meets Sodina Dawnfried who is harrassed by troublemakers.Thousand Arms is a game notable for mixing elements from RPG and dating sim games.It also featured an opening montage with a song sung by Ayumi Hamasaki, who was a rather famous singer in Japan at the time.