History Characters / QuestForGlory

28th Apr '18 9:50:41 AM Anorgil
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* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: He hates women [[spoiler:or maybe just one in particular]] and he enjoys stripping away freedoms from every woman in Raseir and making their lives miserable.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: He hates women [[spoiler:or maybe just one in particular]] and he particularly enjoys stripping away freedoms from every woman in Raseir and making their lives miserable.
6th Apr '18 10:37:52 PM darksoul4242
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* BareYourMidriff: In the last game, her outfit expose her belly.

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* BareYourMidriff: In the last game, her outfit expose exposes her belly.
14th Feb '18 7:34:28 PM Anorgil
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* HalfHumanHybrid: The Baron thinks that he's probably part-Gnome, and with good reason.



* PungeonMaster

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* PungeonMasterPungeonMaster: Like most Gnomes in the series.


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* OurGnomesAreWeirder: Most of the tropes that apply to Keapon seem to be characteristic of Gnomes in general in these games.


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* BenevolentGenie: Although he can't do much more than boost your skills and teleport you near Iblis, he really wants to be helpful.
14th Feb '18 3:18:39 PM Anorgil
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** In a less dramatic sense, some of the stuff that killed you in the first game (running out of stamina during a fight[[note]]Only in the VGA remake of QFGI[[/note]], drinking Dragon's Breath) only wounds you in later installments.

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** In a less dramatic sense, some of the stuff that killed you in the first game (running out of stamina during a fight[[note]]Only in the VGA remake of QFGI[[/note]], drinking Dragon's Breath) Breath, [[spoiler:fighting Elsa and Bruno]]) only wounds you in later installments.
12th Feb '18 5:06:18 PM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: As with Ferrari, Ugarte is a composite of PeterLorre's characters from ''Film/{{Casablanca}}'' and ''Film/TheMalteseFalcon''.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: As with Ferrari, Ugarte is a composite of PeterLorre's Creator/PeterLorre's characters from ''Film/{{Casablanca}}'' and ''Film/TheMalteseFalcon''.



* YouLookFamiliar: The Chief Thief of Mordavia is also based on PeterLorre, and if you look at him, the narrator will comment on his resemblance to Ugarte. According to Ugarte himself, the Mordavian Chief Thief is his uncle.

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* YouLookFamiliar: The Chief Thief of Mordavia is also based on PeterLorre, Peter Lorre, and if you look at him, the narrator will comment on his resemblance to Ugarte. According to Ugarte himself, the Mordavian Chief Thief is his uncle.
25th Dec '17 11:47:17 AM starofjusticev21
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The creator of the Famous Adventurer's Correspondence School. He is, unknown to him the mentor of the hero, his writings have jumpstarted the hero's career.

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The creator of the Famous Adventurer's Correspondence School. He is, unknown to him him, the mentor of the hero, and his writings have jumpstarted the hero's career.



* EverybodyCallsHimBarkeep: Famous Adventurer (TM) is all he's called, including the (TM). He offers to tell you his real name a few times, but instead tells you tales of his own adventures as a means of presenting you who he is.

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* EverybodyCallsHimBarkeep: Famous Adventurer (TM) is all he's called, including the (TM). He offers to tell you his real name a few times, but instead tells you tales of his own adventures as a means of presenting you who with ''who'' he is.
7th Dec '17 12:40:51 AM darksoul4242
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* BrokenBird: In the game she's ultimately a deeply lonely and unhappy woman terrified of her vulnerability during daylight. She kidnapped Tanya both because she desired a daughter of her own, and saw how her parents treated her and thought they were horrible to her. Katrina later refused to force the Hero into helping her because she wanted him to help her and love her on his own. She only turned to the geas after he "steals" Tanya away from her, which she viewed as an attack against and betrayal of ''her''. Her backstory was later expanded upon in Lori Cole's blog, and revealed she has suffered a long history of misogyny-fueled resentment and jealousy from male wizards over her great magical aptitude because of her beauty and gender. She was later seduced, turned against her will, and enslaved by the previous Dark Master. All of this fed into the distrust, emptiness, and feelings of powerlessness evident in the game, and which led to her attempt to awaken Avoozl.

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* BrokenBird: In the game she's ultimately a deeply lonely and unhappy woman terrified of her vulnerability during daylight. She kidnapped Tanya both because she desired a daughter of her own, and saw how her parents treated her and thought they were horrible to her. Katrina later refused to force the Hero into helping her because she wanted him to help her and love her on his own. She only turned to the geas after he "steals" Tanya away from her, which she viewed as an attack against and betrayal of ''her''. Her backstory was later expanded upon in Lori Cole's blog, and revealed she has suffered a long history of misogyny-fueled resentment and jealousy from male wizards over her great magical aptitude because of her beauty and gender. She was later seduced, turned against her will, and enslaved by the previous Dark Master. All of this fed into the distrust, emptiness, and feelings of powerlessness evident in the game, and which then led to her attempt to awaken Avoozl.
5th Dec '17 7:22:05 PM darksoul4242
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* FakeWizardry: Most of his "magic" is fake, the result of using intelligence, props, (like powders to blind somebody, or them itch or sneeze uncontrollably) and the like. What little real magic he does is so rudimentary that any non-magic user can do it if someone teaches them the right incantations or gives them the right ingredients.

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* FakeWizardry: Most of his "magic" is fake, the result of using intelligence, props, (like powders to blind somebody, or causing them to itch or sneeze uncontrollably) and the like. What little real magic he does is so rudimentary that any non-magic user can do it if someone teaches them the right incantations or gives them the right ingredients.
5th Dec '17 6:29:40 PM darksoul4242
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* GreaterScopeParagon: The Hero hears legends about starting with his very first adventure. Both Spielburg from the first game and the town in Mordavia are only safe from deadly nearby monsters because of her magic protecting the settlements. Furthermore, in games 1, 3, and 4 you can find safe places in the monster infested wilderness because of her influence. During her life she did many great things and worked tirelessly for peace among different races, while facing down great magical threats. [[spoiler:When finally encountered in the fourth game, she promptly sacrifices her life to banish the EldritchAbomination Avoozl, a threat that The Hero had absolutely zero chance of defeating without her.]]

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* GreaterScopeParagon: The Hero hears legends about her starting with his very first adventure. Both Spielburg from the first game and the town in Mordavia are only safe from deadly nearby monsters because of her magic protecting the settlements. Furthermore, in games 1, 3, and 4 you can find safe places in the monster infested wilderness because of her influence. During her life she did many great things and worked tirelessly for peace among different races, while facing down great magical threats. [[spoiler:When finally encountered in the fourth game, she promptly sacrifices her life to banish the EldritchAbomination Avoozl, a threat that The the Hero had absolutely zero chance of defeating without her.]]
31st Oct '17 12:43:30 AM darksoul4242
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A member of the Simbani tribe from Tarna, Uhura left her homeland in order to get around the restrictions placed on women. She took up residence in Shapeir, becoming the head of the Fighters' Guild and having a son, Simba, by one of the palace guards. She helps the hero with information and sparring, then returns to Tarna along with him and Rakeesh. Back home, Uhura again helps the hero by showing him the RiteOfPassage for Simbani warriors and trying to convince the Laibon (chief) to seek peace with the Leopardmen.

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A member of the Simbani tribe from Tarna, Uhura left her homeland in order to get around the restrictions placed on women. She took up residence in Shapeir, becoming the head of the Fighters' Adventurers' Guild and having a son, Simba, by one of the palace guards. She helps the hero with information and sparring, then returns to Tarna along with him and Rakeesh. Back home, Uhura again helps the hero by showing him the RiteOfPassage for Simbani warriors and trying to convince the Laibon (chief) to seek peace with the Leopardmen.
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