The profanity filter in Tactics Ogre Reborn is so strict you can’t use one of the default names

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Tactics Ogre Reborn, a remastered version of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together, itself a remake of a strategy-RPG classic, assigns a default party name based on your character’s date of birth. If your date of birth is between May 2 and May 25, that default name is Flamescale. As Twitter user Choojermelon points out (opens in new tab), even though it’s one of the names the game picks for you, trying to accept it results in the error message, “Text contains banned words. Please change your…

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