History Characters / JadeEmpire

16th Jul '16 7:35:52 AM Ramidel
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* BareFistedMonk: How you start.



* BareFistedMonk: How you start.



* {{Heel}}: An in-universe example. While competing in the Arena, he deliberately built up a reputation as a douchebag so the crowd would love to hate him.

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* {{Heel}}: An in-universe example. While competing in the Arena, he deliberately built up a reputation as a douchebag so the crowd would love to hate him. He continues to play this up now that he's the boss, and this backfires on him in the most direct way possible: When the PC climbs into the Gold Division, he can't stop them from challenging for the championship because the crowd ''will'' be rooting for a {{Face}} to defeat his invincible champion.
2nd Jul '16 3:16:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheObiWan: [[spoiler:Subverted when he is revealed to be TheManBehindTheMan.]]
21st Apr '16 2:28:01 PM OlmoJV
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* BadassBeard: It's shorter than usual, and combined with a BadassMustache, but he's the only companion to rock facial hair, aside from, well, Chia Ka.

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* BadassBeard: It's shorter than usual, and combined with a BadassMustache, but he's the only companion to rock facial hair, aside from, well, Chia Chai Ka.



* BoisterousBruiser: Whirlwind is loud, impulsive, and happiest when he's either drinking or fighting. If he can do both at the same time he considers it even better.

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* BoisterousBruiser: Whirlwind is loud, impulsive, and happiest when he's either drinking or fighting. If he can do both at the same time time, he considers it even better.



* DumbIsGood: Fully averted. The Black Whirlwind isn't a ''stupid'' man, per se, but while he exhibits all the impulsive naivete associated with this trope, it tends to end in tears for other people and not getting money or wine for him.



* DumbIsGood: Fully averted. The Black Whirlwind isn't a ''stupid'' man, per se, but while he exhibits all the impulsive naivete associated with this trope, it tends to end in tears for other people and not getting money or wine for him.

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* DumbIsGood: Fully averted. The Black Whirlwind isn't a ''stupid'' man, per se, but while he exhibits all the impulsive naivete associated GutturalGrowler: He speaks with this trope, it tends to end in tears for other people and not getting money or wine for him.a growling baritone.
11th Apr '16 4:36:39 AM Hanz
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* KillItWithFire: This is how he cheats during his sparring match with you. First you beat him fair and square, but he can't accept losing, so he tries to throw a Dire Flame spell at you while your back is turned. Also, you can see him fight an ogre with Dire Flame in the cave.



* PlayingWithFire: This is how he cheats during his sparring match with you. First you beat him fair and square, but he can't accept losing, so he tries to throw a Dire Flame spell at you while your back is turned. Also, you can see him fight an ogre with Dire Flame in the cave.



* KillItWithFire: Like his son, Gao the Greater can use Dire Flame.



* PlayingWithFire: Like his son, Gao the Greater can use Dire Flame.



* JerkAssHasAPoint: In the "debate" he brings up a few legitimate criticisms of the Empire, as well as lampshading how the {{Magitek}} shouldn't really work.

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* JerkAssHasAPoint: In the "debate" he brings up a few legitimate criticisms of the Empire, as well as lampshading how the {{Magitek}} shouldn't really work. The scholars even note that while his arguments aren't without merit, he's still a nuisance who needs to be dealt with.
10th Apr '16 10:09:45 AM Hanz
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* ArtisticLicenseEconomics: Gold isn't practical for use as currency without a large enough supply.
* {{BFG}}: Mirabelle

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* ArtisticLicenseEconomics: Gold isn't practical for use as currency without a large enough supply.
supply, which can be used as an argument against him.
* {{BFG}}: MirabelleMirabelle.



* LaserGuidedKarma: His epilogue states that he might eventually be killed by the Black Whirlwind, who is the exact kind of uncultured brute he rails against.



* StiffUpperLip

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* StiffUpperLipStiffUpperLip: Being a British stereotype, he's pompous and stuffy to the extreme. His epilogue states that he would eventually find the Fountain of Couth.
10th Apr '16 9:57:41 AM Hanz
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* SuppportPartyMember: Gameplay-wise, his only contribution as a party member is maintaining the [[CoolPlay Marvelous Dragonfly]].

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* SuppportPartyMember: SupportPartyMember: Gameplay-wise, his only contribution as a party member is maintaining the [[CoolPlay [[CoolPlane Marvelous Dragonfly]].
8th Apr '16 11:30:27 AM Hanz
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* ItemCaddy: His only ability as a party member is to toss out wine that lets you use the Drunken Master style.


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* DemolitionsExpert: While he never fights, he's very proficient at making explosives.


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* SuppportPartyMember: Gameplay-wise, his only contribution as a party member is maintaining the [[CoolPlay Marvelous Dragonfly]].


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* SupportPartyMember: His only purpose is to act as a shopkeeper that you can access at any time.
26th Mar '16 8:43:06 PM MadCat221
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A ninja-like figure who attacks the party after their flier crashes, believing them responsible for the destruction of Two Rivers. [[spoiler:She is secretly Princess Sun Lian, the heir to the Empire. She joins the party to prove that her father is being manipulated by Death's Hand.]] A potential love interest for a Spirit Monk of either gender.

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A ninja-like figure who attacks the party after their flier crashes, believing them responsible for the destruction of Two Rivers. [[spoiler:She is secretly Princess Sun Lian, Lian the Heavenly Lily, the heir to the Empire. She joins the party to prove that her father is being manipulated by Death's Hand.]] A potential love interest for a Spirit Monk of either gender.
26th Mar '16 6:17:11 PM MadCat221
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** The first time she bound the Mother she tricked the kingdoms claiming her forest into burning the blighted woods down, thus weakening both her and the Mother and allowing the prepared fox spirit to bind her. She did this by telling the kings that their neighbors planned on burning the forest, so they made "pre-emptive strikes".

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** The first time she bound the Mother she tricked the kingdoms claiming her forest into burning the blighted woods down, thus weakening both her and the Mother and allowing the prepared fox spirit to bind her. She did this by telling the kings that their neighbors planned on burning the forest, so they made "pre-emptive strikes". Since they were each preparing to burn down the forest themselves, they had things like forest fire breakers and such to prevent it from damaging their own developed holdings (villages, etc). With nowhere to go but inward, Mother's power base was torched.
26th Mar '16 12:39:24 PM MadCat221
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** Wu the Lotus Blossom [[BareYourMidriff bares her midriff]]
** Scholar Ling has a CleavageWindow and a bust that [[HiddenBuxom may be even more bountiful than they already appear]]
** Radiant Jen Zi [[ShesGotLegs has legs as distractive as Dawn Star's]]

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** Wu the Lotus Blossom [[BareYourMidriff bares her midriff]]
midriff]] and hikes up some Grade-A ZettaiRyouki.
** Scholar Ling has a CleavageWindow and a bust that [[HiddenBuxom may be even more bountiful than they already appear]]
appear]].
** Radiant Jen Zi [[ShesGotLegs has legs as distractive as Dawn Star's]]Star's]].



* ZettaiRyouiki: When playing as Wu the Lotus Blossom, the Spirit Monk has Grade A with boots.
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