History Franchise / Atelier

12th Sep '16 9:45:59 PM hitmonkey
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Based around the concept of the "atelier", or "artist's workshop", the main character in the games is usually an alchemist looking [[ToBeAMaster to be the greatest in her field]] (or his, for the ''Atelier Iris'' and ''Mana Khemia'' sub-series, and ''Atelier Escha & Logy'', if you choose to play as Logy). ItemCrafting is a major component of every game in the series, as the player is tasked with finding ingredients and recipes to create new items/spells.

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Based around the concept of the "atelier", or "artist's workshop", the main character in the games is usually an alchemist looking [[ToBeAMaster to be the greatest in her field]] (or his, for the ''Atelier Iris'' and ''Mana Khemia'' sub-series, and ''Atelier Escha & Logy'', if you choose to play as Logy). her/his field.]] ItemCrafting is a major component of every game in the series, as the player is tasked with finding ingredients and recipes to create new items/spells.
25th Aug '16 6:24:54 AM Chites
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** Taken to ridiculous levels in the first Mana Khemia, where the English localization sees half of the main cast's names either changed outright or rearranged. "Vain Aureolus" became "Vayne Aurelius", which is fine, and Roxis and Anna both have pretty understandable translations... but then you have "Philomel Hartung" becoming "Jessica Philomele", "Gunnar Damm" becoming "Flay Gunnar", and good GOD, poor Nikki! Her English name of "Nicole Mimi Tithel" is a bit odd, but in the original Japanese it was "Titil Mimi Nike Mele"!
25th Aug '16 6:09:52 AM Chites
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** Hints of this in the first Mana Khemia, such as Vayne's finishing move being named "Einzelkampf".
25th Aug '16 6:07:04 AM Chites
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*** Other highlights include a hammer with giant retractable flails for the head, a possessed teddy bear, a transforming ''''cat'''', and a spaceship. One recurring character also uses what appears to be a cylindrical hunk of crystal attached to a hilt as a sword.

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*** Other highlights include a hammer with giant retractable flails for the head, a possessed teddy bear, a transforming ''''cat'''', cat, and a spaceship. One recurring character also uses what appears to be a cylindrical hunk of crystal attached to a hilt as a sword.
25th Aug '16 6:06:12 AM Chites
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*** Other highlights include a hammer with giant retractable flails for the head, a possessed teddy bear, a transforming ''''cat'''', and a spaceship. One recurring character also uses what appears to be a cylindrical hunk of crystal attached to a hilt as a sword.
15th Jul '16 12:53:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* FieryRedhead: Liese Randel, of ''Atelier Liese'' and ''Atelier Annie''. She's a bit calmer in ''Annie'', but only a bit, and doesn't really take much crap from anyone and doesn't really take "no" for an answer. In her own game, she's even more forceful and is the RedheadedHero to boot.

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* FieryRedhead: Liese Randel, of ''Atelier Liese'' and ''Atelier Annie''. She's a bit calmer in ''Annie'', but only a bit, and doesn't really take much crap from anyone and doesn't really take "no" for an answer. In her own game, she's even more forceful and is the RedheadedHero hero to boot.
15th Jul '16 12:53:26 AM Morgenthaler
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You know how in almost every RPG, buried about halfway down the final dungeon, sitting next to the second to last save point in the game there's [[DungeonShop a shopkeeper who has every healing item in the game and every weapon or bit of armor that doesn't require an epic quest?]] The one who leaves you wondering: "[[TookAShortcut Just how in blazes did she get down here?]] I'm the ridiculously powerful chosen one and it's almost impossible for me to do it so how did a lowly shopkeeper pull it off"?\\\

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You know how in almost every RPG, buried about halfway down the final dungeon, sitting next to the second to last save point in the game there's [[DungeonShop a shopkeeper who has every healing item in the game and every weapon or bit of armor that doesn't require an epic quest?]] quest? The one who leaves you wondering: "[[TookAShortcut Just "Just how in blazes did she get down here?]] here? I'm the ridiculously powerful chosen one and it's almost impossible for me to do it so how did a lowly shopkeeper pull it off"?\\\
10th Jun '16 11:36:29 PM anoni
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** Elkrone is an odd-one-out as, unlike the other games, it's an Otome DatingSim [[[[OutofGenreExperience instead of an RPG]], but it still has item crafting elements.

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** Elkrone is an odd-one-out as, unlike the other games, it's an Otome DatingSim [[[[OutofGenreExperience [[OutofGenreExperience instead of an RPG]], but it still has item crafting elements.
10th Jun '16 11:36:07 PM anoni
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** This is an odd-one out as, unlike the other games, this one is an Otome DatingSim instead of an RPG.

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** This Elkrone is an odd-one out odd-one-out as, unlike the other games, this one is it's an Otome DatingSim [[[[OutofGenreExperience instead of an RPG.RPG]], but it still has item crafting elements.
10th Jun '16 11:28:58 PM anoni
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* '''''[[VisualNovel/AtelierElkroneDearForOtomate Atelier Elkrone: Dear for Otomate]]''''' [=PSP=] (2012)

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* '''''[[VisualNovel/AtelierElkroneDearForOtomate ''[[VisualNovel/AtelierElkroneDearForOtomate Atelier Elkrone: Dear for Otomate]]''''' Otomate]]'' [=PSP=] (2012)



* ''[[VideoGame/AtelierSophieTheAlchemistOfTheMysteriousBook Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book]]'' [=PS3=]/[=PS4=]/[=PSV=] (2015)

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* ''[[VideoGame/AtelierSophieTheAlchemistOfTheMysteriousBook '''''[[VideoGame/AtelierSophieTheAlchemistOfTheMysteriousBook Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book]]'' Book]]''''' [=PS3=]/[=PS4=]/[=PSV=] (2015)(2015/'''2016''')
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