History Fridge / BravelyDefault

21st Oct '16 3:14:27 AM DarkastKiller
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Her stat growths also lean towards being a white mage and healer, which makes sense since that's the class that learns the [[BlowYouAway Aero line]].

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Her **Her stat growths also lean towards being a white mage and healer, which makes sense since that's the class that learns the [[BlowYouAway Aero line]].
21st Oct '16 3:14:12 AM DarkastKiller
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Her stat growths also lean towards being a white mage and healer, which makes sense since that's the class that learns the [[BlowYouAway Aero line]].
16th Oct '16 9:44:07 AM nombretomado
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** And it also serves as a shout out to FinalFantasyTactics opening and zodiac stone plot... A warrior takes sword in hand, clasping a gem to his heart. Engraving vanishing memories into the sword, He places finely honed skills into the stone. Spoken from the sword, handed down from the stone... Now the story can be told... Basically, you learn their skills from the stone, or asterisk, and speack them through your blade, or whatever weapon you're using at the time.

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** And it also serves as a shout out to FinalFantasyTactics ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'' opening and zodiac stone plot... A warrior takes sword in hand, clasping a gem to his heart. Engraving vanishing memories into the sword, He places finely honed skills into the stone. Spoken from the sword, handed down from the stone... Now the story can be told... Basically, you learn their skills from the stone, or asterisk, and speack them through your blade, or whatever weapon you're using at the time.



* If you listen closely, the LoveTheme "Under the Hollow Moon" is a more flourished version of [[FinalFantasyVI Terra Branford's theme]]. What was Terra's [[CharacterDevelopment whole problem]]? ''She didn't know what love is''.

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* If you listen closely, the LoveTheme "Under the Hollow Moon" is a more flourished version of [[FinalFantasyVI [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI Terra Branford's theme]]. What was Terra's [[CharacterDevelopment whole problem]]? ''She didn't know what love is''.
16th Jun '16 11:26:54 AM Discar
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* During the false ending, [[spoiler: Airy claims that she has been serving Ouroboros's goal of linking worlds for ''eleven hundred million years''. D's journal indicates that the events of chapters 1-4 take eight months. Assuming she's Slaughtered every group of Light Warriors until the events of the game, this means that she has gone through ''1,650,000,000 worlds''; if she hasn't, that number increases ''exponentially''.]]
** Fortunately [[spoiler: during the True Ending Ouroboros states that it's only tens of thousands of worlds, not millions, so presumably Airy's had to deal with broken crystals in more than a few worlds, although this implies that there have been worlds where the events of the false ending occurred and no angel saved Tiz, Ringabel, Edea, and Agnes.]]


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* During the false ending, [[spoiler: Airy claims that she has been serving Ouroboros's goal of linking worlds for ''eleven hundred million years''. D's journal indicates that the events of chapters 1-4 take eight months. Assuming she's Slaughtered every group of Light Warriors until the events of the game, this means that she has gone through ''1,650,000,000 worlds''; if she hasn't, that number increases ''exponentially''.]]
** Fortunately [[spoiler: during the True Ending Ouroboros states that it's only tens of thousands of worlds, not millions, so presumably Airy's had to deal with broken crystals in more than a few worlds, although this implies that there have been worlds where the events of the false ending occurred and no angel saved Tiz, Ringabel, Edea, and Agnes.]]


16th Jun '16 9:57:25 AM merritty
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\n** Fortunately [[spoiler: during the True Ending Ouroboros states that it's only tens of thousands of worlds, not millions, so presumably Airy's had to deal with broken crystals in more than a few worlds, although this implies that there have been worlds where the events of the false ending occurred and no angel saved Tiz, Ringabel, Edea, and Agnes.]]

24th May '16 8:02:22 PM transparentanswer
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** Turned UpToEleven in Bravely Second, when she [[spoiler:outright betrays the party (with some nudging from Anne) by awakening the crystals.]]
20th May '16 1:59:02 PM sailing101
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* In ''Bravely Second'' [[spoiler: The final boss Providence is the god of the Celestial Realm. As Providence starts making ''blatantly'' clear, you - the player - are also a Celestial, and one it is sick of interfering with its plans. This begs the question: why is this guy in charge? The first game establishes that the Celestial Realm is the real world. As the player - the one living in the real world - you should hold all the power. Right? No. There is one other thing which exists in the real world and has considerable say over what happens in the game, and that's the game itself. Which is the true nature of Providence: the game's programming given a hostile personality. The player can exert their control by turning off the game, but in order to truly ''win'', they have to keep fighting. Providence demonstrates how woefully easy a game could make itself impossible to win, because if you do continue to fight even after Providence threatens you ''directly'' to stop, it will attempt to '''delete your saves''']].
19th May '16 5:07:09 PM sailing101
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* The FightWoosh before bosses is a breaking pane of glass. It's literally the FourthWall [[BreakingtheFourthWall breaking away.]]
27th Apr '16 3:46:32 AM TastyHorse
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* In ''Bravely Second'' [[spoiler: The final boss Providence is the god of the Celestial Realm. As Providence starts making ''blatantly'' clear, you - the player - are also a Celestial, and one it is sick of interfering with its plans. This begs the question: why is this guy in charge? The first game establishes that the Celestial Realm is the real world. As the player - the one living in the real world - you should hold all the power. Right? No. There is one other thing which exists in the real world and has considerable say over what happens in the game, and that's the game itself. Which is the true nature of Providence: the game's programming given a hostile personality. To drive this point home, if you continue to fight even after Providence threatens you ''directly'' to stop, it will attempt to '''delete your saves''']].

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* In ''Bravely Second'' [[spoiler: The final boss Providence is the god of the Celestial Realm. As Providence starts making ''blatantly'' clear, you - the player - are also a Celestial, and one it is sick of interfering with its plans. This begs the question: why is this guy in charge? The first game establishes that the Celestial Realm is the real world. As the player - the one living in the real world - you should hold all the power. Right? No. There is one other thing which exists in the real world and has considerable say over what happens in the game, and that's the game itself. Which is the true nature of Providence: the game's programming given a hostile personality. To drive this point home, The player can exert their control by turning off the game, but in order to truly ''win'', they have to keep fighting. Providence demonstrates how woefully easy a game could make itself impossible to win, because if you do continue to fight even after Providence threatens you ''directly'' to stop, it will attempt to '''delete your saves''']].
27th Apr '16 3:39:08 AM TastyHorse
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*In ''Bravely Second'' [[spoiler: The final boss Providence is the god of the Celestial Realm. As Providence starts making ''blatantly'' clear, you - the player - are also a Celestial, and one it is sick of interfering with its plans. This begs the question: why is this guy in charge? The first game establishes that the Celestial Realm is the real world. As the player - the one living in the real world - you should hold all the power. Right? No. There is one other thing which exists in the real world and has considerable say over what happens in the game, and that's the game itself. Which is the true nature of Providence: the game's programming given a hostile personality. To drive this point home, if you continue to fight even after Providence threatens you ''directly'' to stop, it will attempt to '''delete your saves''']].
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