History Characters / SoulCaliburIV

16th Jul '16 9:20:29 AM TheBuddy26
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->The [[MagnificentBastard Dark Lord of the Sith]]. He notices the power caused by the clashing of Soul Edge and Soul Calibur and heads off to take the swords for himself. Was exclusive to the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 version at first, but is now available to Xbox360 owners for 400 Microsoft Points.

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->The [[MagnificentBastard Dark Lord of the Sith]]. He notices the power caused by the clashing of Soul Edge and Soul Calibur and heads off to take the swords for himself. Was exclusive to the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 version at first, but is now available to Xbox360 owners for 400 Microsoft Points.$4.99.
14th Jul '16 4:03:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Redheaded Hero}}ine
20th May '16 5:01:07 PM nombretomado
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->The ancient Jedi master, investigating the emergence of a dimensional tear. Exclusive to the Xbox 360 version [[StrangeSyntaxSpeaker he once was]], but now available as downloadable content for the PlayStation3 for $4.99.

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->The ancient Jedi master, investigating the emergence of a dimensional tear. Exclusive to the Xbox 360 version [[StrangeSyntaxSpeaker he once was]], but now available as downloadable content for the PlayStation3 UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 for $4.99.



->The [[MagnificentBastard Dark Lord of the Sith]]. He notices the power caused by the clashing of Soul Edge and Soul Calibur and heads off to take the swords for himself. Was exclusive to the PlayStation3 version at first, but is now available to Xbox360 owners for 400 Microsoft Points.

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->The [[MagnificentBastard Dark Lord of the Sith]]. He notices the power caused by the clashing of Soul Edge and Soul Calibur and heads off to take the swords for himself. Was exclusive to the PlayStation3 UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 version at first, but is now available to Xbox360 owners for 400 Microsoft Points.
19th May '16 3:49:41 PM rixion
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* {{Expy}}: Duplicates Astaroth's movelist, and uses Rock's victory poses.
** Could also be considered as the ''SC'' equivalent to [[{{Tekken}} Alisa Bosconovitch]].

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* {{Expy}}: Duplicates Astaroth's movelist, and uses Rock's victory poses.
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Could also be considered as the ''SC'' equivalent to [[{{Tekken}} Alisa Bosconovitch]].Bosconovitch]].
** DistaffCounterpart: Gameplay-wise, she duplicates Astaroth's movelist, and uses Rock's victory poses.
19th May '16 3:46:24 PM rixion
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19th May '16 3:42:36 PM rixion
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* MusclesAreMeaningless: Made to take down Astaroth, her body was constructed with unknown alloys making her just as strong as the evil golem despite their size difference.



* StrongerThanTheyLook: Made to take down Astaroth, her body was constructed with unknown alloys making her just as strong as the evil golem despite their size difference.
13th May '16 4:44:47 AM lexii
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* BattleBallgown: Her 2p outfit in ''IV'' is a period-correct Elizabethan style dress complete with leg-of-mutton sleeves and a ruff.



* TokenWholesome: According to WordOfGod, Hilde was intentionally designed right from the start with the idea of looking "alluring" in full body armour or a long, flowing princess dress, as the series was being widely criticised for putting its ladies in unusual and revealing outfits.

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* TokenWholesome: According to WordOfGod, Hilde was intentionally designed right from the start with the idea of looking "alluring" in full body armour or a long, flowing princess dress, as the series was being widely criticised for putting its ladies in unusual and revealing outfits. From a historical point of view, Hilde's 2P outfit in ''IV'' (her BattleBallgown) is actually period-correct for an Elizabethan-era lady, and is the only one that is even remotely realistic amongst the western ladies of the series (though her hair should be up).
1st May '16 8:39:29 PM Kurogane7
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* Myth/MesopotamianMythology: His entire move-list (as well as his own name) is Arabic, so it's fairly clear that he originates from ''somewhere'' in that region, albeit eons ago. Also, his character is likely [[ShoutOut inspired by]] the legendary Sumerian hero-king Gilgamesh, as he is master of the Tower of Lost Souls which shares many thematic similarities with Namco's venerable ''Tower of Druaga'' arcade game, which is itself based upon the Gilgamesh epic.

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* Myth/MesopotamianMythology: His entire move-list (as well as his own name) is Arabic, so it's fairly clear that he originates from ''somewhere'' in that region, albeit eons ago. Also, his character is likely [[ShoutOut inspired by]] the legendary Sumerian hero-king Gilgamesh, as he is master of the Tower of Lost Souls which shares many thematic similarities with Namco's venerable ''Tower of Druaga'' arcade game, which is itself based upon the Gilgamesh epic. He even shares Gilgamesh's title of "King of Heroes" or "Hero-King" with Fate/Stay Night's [[Characters/FateStayNightServants Gilgamesh]]
26th Apr '16 6:09:46 PM Kurogane7
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* {{Badass}}: The man blocks [[EvilWeapon Soul Edge]]'s unimaginably powerful cursed power with his {{bare hand|edBladeBlock}}s, and he is able to subdue it through willpower alone. It's worth noting that Algol is the ''only person in the entire series''[[note]]however, see ''Voldo''[[/note]] that Soul Edge was completely unable to corrupt or control.
* BigBad: of Iv and the man behind man in V.

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* {{Badass}}: The man blocks [[EvilWeapon Soul Edge]]'s unimaginably powerful cursed power with his {{bare hand|edBladeBlock}}s, and he is able to subdue it through willpower alone. It's worth noting that Algol is the ''only person in the entire series''[[note]]however, see ''Voldo''[[/note]] ''Voldo'' and ''Talim''[[/note]] that Soul Edge was completely unable to corrupt or control.
* BigBad: of Iv IV and the man behind man ManBehindTheMan in V.



** Physically, he resembles and fights a bit like Kars from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' Part 2.

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** Physically, he resembles and fights a bit like Kars and Santana from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' Part 2.



* NobleDemon: He's a warlord bent on conquest, but he's not altogether evil, as his endings with Sophitia and Talim in ''IV'' show.

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* NobleDemon: He's a warlord bent on conquest, but he's not altogether evil, as his endings with Sophitia and Talim in ''IV'' show. Not to mention that his ending stated that he established his rule in order to save the world from suffering the same fate as his son.



* TragicVillain: If you consider him to be one, that is.

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* TragicVillain: If you consider him to be one, that is. At worst, you can consider him a Tragic AntiVillain, considering that he has good intentions for conquering the world.
15th Apr '16 11:48:33 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: So, when exactly did [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Tsubaki Yayoi]] become a European princess?
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