History GameBreaker / Roleplaying

5th Feb '16 10:10:04 PM PurpleAlert
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** Hahn is practically a game-breaker by himself. Most players are likely to write him off because most of his abilities are buffs and debuffs that usually fall under the UselessUsefulSpell category, but [[GuideDamnIt the game doesn't tell you]] that they all have extremely high hit rates. Gelun and Vision will carry Hahn's weight for his entire stay in your party, and he's the only character to learn Vol and Savol, what may be two of the most effective instant-death attacks in all of gaming, since the former has a 90% success rate and the latter has a 90% success rate ''and'' hits every enemy on the screen.
31st Jan '16 7:47:05 PM GrammarNavi
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** ''TacticsOgre: Knights of Lodis'' has a few: Valkyries here will increase a males's effectiveness. Beyond valkyries, there are also ghosts, who can teleport. And use any equipment in the game. And liches, who are practically invulnerable. The story throws very powerful characters at you and really they are better than anything you could train up yourself as many of them have unique classes that can be described as "Like a priest BUT _____ "
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** ''TacticsOgre: Knights of Lodis'' ''VideoGame/TacticsOgreTheKnightOfLodis'' has a few: Valkyries here will increase a males's effectiveness. Beyond valkyries, there are also ghosts, who can teleport. And use any equipment in the game. And liches, who are practically invulnerable. The story throws very powerful characters at you and really they are better than anything you could train up yourself as many of them have unique classes that can be described as "Like a priest BUT _____ "
31st Jan '16 4:03:30 AM mikeyc0312
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** Mastering the Sage Vocation with Healie/Curie. Healie and Curie are the only characters able to learn the spell Omniheal. Omniheal costs twice as much MP as Multiheal but fully heals each character instead of just restoring 100HP each. Sage gives large boosts to MP, getting larger with each rank gained, and the Mastery Bonus for the Vocation reduces the cost of spells by 50%, meaning Omniheal will cost the same as Multiheal would normally ais much more powerful.
29th Jan '16 8:37:17 PM DarkMask
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* ''{{VideoGame/Persona 3}}'' has Lucifer Persona with Victory Warcry + Satan Persona for the CombinationAttack: Armageddon. Armageddon always does 9,999 damage to all enemies in battle, but has the drawback of it costing all of the main character's SP to use ... however it's not difficult to get a Lucifer with the passive ability Victory Warcry, which after winning a battle completely refills all Health and Magic to full. This means you can spam Armageddon and win every battle since no enemy in the game has over 9,999 Health (not even [[BonusBoss The Reaper]]), with the exception of the FinalBoss, and ''that's'' only because the final boss has 13 forms, and thus, 13 health bars.
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* ''{{VideoGame/Persona 3}}'' has the Lucifer Persona with Victory Warcry + the Satan Persona for the CombinationAttack: CombinationAttack Armageddon. Armageddon always does 9,999 damage to all enemies in battle, but has the drawback of it costing all of the main character's SP to use ... however it's not difficult to get a Lucifer with the passive ability Victory Warcry, which after winning a battle completely refills all Health and Magic to full. This means you can spam Armageddon and win every battle since no enemy in the game has over 9,999 Health (not even [[BonusBoss The Reaper]]), with the exception of the FinalBoss, and ''that's'' only because the final boss has 13 forms, and thus, 13 health bars.
29th Jan '16 8:35:22 PM DarkMask
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* ''{{VideoGame/Persona 3}}'' has Lucifer Persona with Victory Warcry + Satan Persona for the CombinationAttack: Armageddon. Armageddon always does 9,999 damage to all enemies in battle, but has the drawback of it costing all of the main character's SP to use ... however it's not difficult to get a Lucifer with the passive ability Victory Warcry, which after winning a battle completely refills all Health and Magic to full. This means you can spam Armageddon and win every battle since no enemy in the game has over 9,999 Health (not even [[BonusBoss TheReaper]]), with the exception of the FinalBoss, and ''that's'' only because the final boss has 13 forms, and thus, 13 health bars.
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* ''{{VideoGame/Persona 3}}'' has Lucifer Persona with Victory Warcry + Satan Persona for the CombinationAttack: Armageddon. Armageddon always does 9,999 damage to all enemies in battle, but has the drawback of it costing all of the main character's SP to use ... however it's not difficult to get a Lucifer with the passive ability Victory Warcry, which after winning a battle completely refills all Health and Magic to full. This means you can spam Armageddon and win every battle since no enemy in the game has over 9,999 Health (not even [[BonusBoss TheReaper]]), The Reaper]]), with the exception of the FinalBoss, and ''that's'' only because the final boss has 13 forms, and thus, 13 health bars.
29th Jan '16 8:34:50 PM DarkMask
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* ''VideoGame/Persona3'' has Lucifer Persona with Victory Warcry + Satan Persona for the CombinationAttack: Armageddon. Armageddon always does 9,999 damage to all enemies in battle, but has the drawback of it costing all of the main character's SP to use ... however it's not difficult to get a Lucifer with the passive ability Victory Warcry, which after winning a battle completely refills all Health and Magic to full. This means you can spam Armageddon and win every battle since no enemy in the game has over 9,999 Health (not even [[BonusBoss TheReaper]]), with the exception of the FinalBoss, and ''that's'' only because the final boss has 13 forms, and thus, 13 health bars.
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* ''VideoGame/Persona3'' ''{{VideoGame/Persona 3}}'' has Lucifer Persona with Victory Warcry + Satan Persona for the CombinationAttack: Armageddon. Armageddon always does 9,999 damage to all enemies in battle, but has the drawback of it costing all of the main character's SP to use ... however it's not difficult to get a Lucifer with the passive ability Victory Warcry, which after winning a battle completely refills all Health and Magic to full. This means you can spam Armageddon and win every battle since no enemy in the game has over 9,999 Health (not even [[BonusBoss TheReaper]]), with the exception of the FinalBoss, and ''that's'' only because the final boss has 13 forms, and thus, 13 health bars.
29th Jan '16 8:34:33 PM DarkMask
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* ''VideoGame/Persona3'' has Lucifer Persona with Victory Warcry + Satan Persona for the CombinationAttack: Armageddon. Armageddon always does 9,999 damage to all enemies in battle, but has the drawback of it costing all of the main character's SP to use ... however it's not difficult to get a Lucifer with the passive ability Victory Warcry, which after winning a battle completely refills all Health and Magic to full. This means you can spam Armageddon and win every battle since no enemy in the game has over 9,999 Health (not even [[BonusBoss TheReaper]]), with the exception of the FinalBoss, and ''that's'' only because the final boss has 13 forms, and thus, 13 health bars.
19th Jan '16 10:54:20 PM Grade0
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* ''VideoGame/DarkCloud 2'' (aka ''Dark Chronicle'') has an interesting and oft-overlooked GameBreaker involving the medal collection sidequest. The sole reason most people bother with collecting medals is OneHundredPercentCompletion and/or [[AndYourRewardIsClothes getting Monica's sexiest outfits]], as clothing is all you can get by exchanging medals...except for one seemingly-useless item, the Name Change Ticket. The purpose of the Ticket is deliberately downplayed, and most people don't bother wasting hard-earned medals on it. However, investing medals in one or two Tickets can result in [[DiscOneNuke extremely early acquisition]] of [[InfinityPlusOneSword the game's strongest weapons]]. Once you have a Ticket, buy the cheapest, weakest weapon in the game, then use the Ticket to rename it. Changing its name to the ''exact'' name of another existing weapon transforms the renamed weapon into that weapon at its weakest stats. Thus, by the third chapter of the game, you can have the Grade Zero, Supernova, LOVE, Chronicle 2, Island King, or whichever terminal weapon tickles your fancy.
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* ''VideoGame/DarkCloud 2'' (aka ''Dark Chronicle'') ''VideoGame/DarkChronicle'' has an interesting and oft-overlooked GameBreaker involving the medal collection sidequest. The sole reason most people bother with collecting medals is OneHundredPercentCompletion and/or [[AndYourRewardIsClothes getting Monica's sexiest outfits]], as clothing is all you can get by exchanging medals...except for one seemingly-useless item, the Name Change Ticket. The purpose of the Ticket is deliberately downplayed, and most people don't bother wasting hard-earned medals on it. However, investing medals in one or two Tickets can result in [[DiscOneNuke extremely early acquisition]] of [[InfinityPlusOneSword the game's strongest weapons]]. Once you have a Ticket, buy the cheapest, weakest weapon in the game, then use the Ticket to rename it. Changing its name to the ''exact'' name of another existing weapon transforms the renamed weapon into that weapon at its weakest stats. Thus, by the third chapter of the game, you can have the Grade Zero, Supernova, LOVE, Chronicle 2, Island King, or whichever terminal weapon tickles your fancy.
4th Jan '16 5:38:23 PM hamza678
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* ''RecordOfAgarestWar2'' ([[GameplayRoulette they changed it from a turn-based strategy to a turn-based RPG]] [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment game]]) have a few that could literally break the game.
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* ''RecordOfAgarestWar2'' ''VideoGame/RecordOfAgarestWar2'' ([[GameplayRoulette they changed it from a turn-based strategy to a turn-based RPG]] [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment game]]) have a few that could literally break the game.

** Another one would be to let one of your party members have a high Vit stat and learning No Fear. If you loaded the OldSaveBonus from Agarest Zero, you're capable of letting Weiss, Eva, Jainus and Fiona trash through the first generation without even breaking a sweat. Especially Eva, Fiona and Jainus since they get to learn No Fear and the latter does come with Accuracy, an EX Skill that makes ''all physical attacks hit.'' Oh and he can also steal items for you too.
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** Another one would be to let one of your party members have a high Vit stat and learning No Fear. If you loaded the OldSaveBonus from Agarest Zero, [[VideoGame/AgarestSenkiZero Zero]], you're capable of letting Weiss, Eva, Jainus and Fiona trash through the first generation without even breaking a sweat. Especially Eva, Fiona and Jainus since they get to learn No Fear and the latter does come with Accuracy, an EX Skill that makes ''all physical attacks hit.'' Oh and he can also steal items for you too.

* In ''RoboTrek'', you can obtain the DiscOneNuke weapon Axe 1 by the time your character is about level 9. The weapon itself at level 9 already outclasses most weapons obtainable by this point and it's ridiculously easy to get it to Axe 3, the second most powerful weapon the game. Also, there are very few enemies who resist melee attacks (but after the first boss, many resist ranged attacks). And to put how game breaking it is: a critical hit with the triple hit macro will one shot most bosses. Period. * In {{Robopon}} 2 you can make Nebulus, the ultimate robot. He regenerates every turn and doesn't learn any skill by himself but who cares since you have softwares? What makes him so broken are his insane stats, the best of any robot, it's so stupid Nebulus can easily take on robots with 20 levels over him. Also, every robot has a level cap so they stop growing, Nebulus doesn't. By level 99 it has over 900 hp/ep and maxed stats, in fact, it will cap all stats at 255 even before level 99. You can only make it by link sparking end game batteries, so it's avaiable vary late but it's so strong it makes the endgame a joke. [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill You can also make four Nebulus if you want]].
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* In ''RoboTrek'', ''VideoGame/RoboTrek'', you can obtain the DiscOneNuke weapon Axe 1 by the time your character is about level 9. The weapon itself at level 9 already outclasses most weapons obtainable by this point and it's ridiculously easy to get it to Axe 3, the second most powerful weapon the game. Also, there are very few enemies who resist melee attacks (but after the first boss, many resist ranged attacks). And to put how game breaking it is: a critical hit with the triple hit macro will one shot most bosses. Period. * In {{Robopon}} VideoGame/{{Robopon}} 2 you can make Nebulus, the ultimate robot. He regenerates every turn and doesn't learn any skill by himself but who cares since you have softwares? What makes him so broken are his insane stats, the best of any robot, it's so stupid Nebulus can easily take on robots with 20 levels over him. Also, every robot has a level cap so they stop growing, Nebulus doesn't. By level 99 it has over 900 hp/ep and maxed stats, in fact, it will cap all stats at 255 even before level 99. You can only make it by link sparking end game batteries, so it's avaiable vary late but it's so strong it makes the endgame a joke. [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill You can also make four Nebulus if you want]].
31st Dec '15 4:41:18 PM TvTroper20152014
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has Temmie Armor, in which it's normally priced at 1000 gold after paying Temmie for her college degree. However, every time you die, the price lowers, so it's used as a last resort.
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has Temmie Temy Armor, in which it's normally priced at 1000 4000 gold after paying Temmie for her college degree. However, every time you die, the price lowers, so it's used as a last resort.
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