History MultipleEndings / RolePlayingGames

23rd Apr '17 7:39:23 PM Zowayix
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** Hard Mode ending: [[spoiler:Name the fallen human "Frisk". The game ends after the battle with Toriel, at which point the [[AuthorAvatar Annoying Dog]] appears and announces the end of Hard Mode, to Toriel's chagrin. Flowey appears afterward to taunt the player for being a "tryhard".]]

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** Hard Mode ending: [[spoiler:Name the fallen human "Frisk". The game ends after the first boss battle with Toriel, at which point the [[AuthorAvatar Annoying Dog]] appears and announces the end of Hard Mode, to Toriel's chagrin. Flowey appears afterward to taunt the player for being a "tryhard".]]
23rd Apr '17 7:38:56 PM Zowayix
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** [[GoldenEnding True Pacifist]] ending (or according to Papyrus, "THE WORST POSSIBLE ENDING): Kill nothing, befriend Papyrus, Undyne, and Alphys, complete the secret area opened after befriending Alphys, and complete the following sequences. [[spoiler:Toriel stops the fight between you and Asgore, and all of your friends gather to try and take down the barrier. Flowey appears and steals both the human souls and every monster's soul to attain his true form: ''Asriel Dreemurr'', the monster child who befriended the First Human. The human survives Asriel's attacks through sheer Determination and manages to rescue the souls of their friends and, eventually, Asriel, himself. After coming to his senses, Asriel uses the power of the human and monster souls to destroy the barrier, finally allowing monsters to return to the surface.]] Clearing this lets you do a "True Reset", which totally wipes everyone's RippleEffectProofMemory.
** [[KillEmAll Genocide]] [[EarnYourBadEnding ending]]: Kill enemies until random encounters cease, and kill all the bosses as well. [[spoiler:After killing Asgore and Flowey, the First Human appears and, after talking to the player, kills them and crashes the game. By the time the game is started again, the world has been completely destroyed. The First Human offers to set things back to the way they were before the world's end, in exchange for the player's soul. Accepting this offer results in permanently tainting the True Pacifist ending and altering the Genocide ending further. [[VideoGameCrueltyPunishment Consequences, consequences.]]]]

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** [[GoldenEnding True Pacifist]] ending (or according to Papyrus, "THE WORST POSSIBLE ENDING): ending: Kill nothing, befriend Papyrus, Undyne, and Alphys, complete the secret area opened after befriending Alphys, and complete the following sequences. [[spoiler:Toriel stops the fight between you and Asgore, and all of your friends gather to try and take down the barrier. Flowey appears and steals both the human souls and every monster's soul to attain his true form: ''Asriel Dreemurr'', the monster child who befriended the First Human. The human survives Asriel's attacks through sheer Determination and manages to rescue the souls of their friends and, eventually, Asriel, himself. After coming to his senses, Asriel uses the power of the human and monster souls to destroy the barrier, finally allowing monsters to return to the surface.]] Clearing this lets you do a "True Reset", which totally wipes everyone's RippleEffectProofMemory.
** [[KillEmAll Genocide]] [[EarnYourBadEnding ending]]: Kill enemies until random encounters cease, and kill all the bosses as well. [[spoiler:After killing Asgore and Flowey, the First Human appears and, after talking to the player, kills them and crashes destroys the world, crashing the game. By the time When the game is started again, the world has been completely destroyed.is literally destroyed; the title screen and even the game's menu bar are blank. The First Human offers to set things back to the way they were before the world's end, in exchange for the player's soul. Accepting this offer results in permanently tainting the True Pacifist ending and altering the Genocide ending further. [[VideoGameCrueltyPunishment Consequences, consequences.]]]]
22nd Apr '17 2:01:26 PM nombretomado
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* The ''{{Suikoden}}'' series of games use these. The Good Ending invariably requires that you find and recruit all [[OneHundredAndEight 108]] possible allies, possibly among other requirements; some even have [[GuideDangIt INCORRECT allies to recruit]] to add FakeDifficulty to this task.

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* The ''{{Suikoden}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' series of games use these. The Good Ending invariably requires that you find and recruit all [[OneHundredAndEight 108]] possible allies, possibly among other requirements; some even have [[GuideDangIt INCORRECT allies to recruit]] to add FakeDifficulty to this task.
17th Apr '17 1:46:15 PM NagisaStick
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** Choosing to play as A2 will give you 9S as the final boss and Ending C, which has A2 hack into 9S's data to cure him of the virus that had infected him at the cost of her own life.

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** Choosing to play as A2 [[spoiler:A2]] will give you 9S [[spoiler:9S]] as the final boss and Ending C, which [[spoiler:which has A2 hack into 9S's data to cure him of the virus that had infected him at the cost of her own life.[[spoiler:]
6th Apr '17 7:36:42 PM nombretomado
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* ''PlanescapeTorment'' has five endings, ranging from bittersweet to downright depressing. The main effect -- the immortal player character finds out how to die -- is retained for all of them; the rest of it mostly deals with what happens with him afterwards, and if your NPC friends survive.

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* ''PlanescapeTorment'' ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'' has five endings, ranging from bittersweet to downright depressing. The main effect -- the immortal player character finds out how to die -- is retained for all of them; the rest of it mostly deals with what happens with him afterwards, and if your NPC friends survive.
26th Mar '17 2:17:26 PM nombretomado
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* The ''OgreBattle'' games.

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* %%* The ''OgreBattle'' ''VideoGame/OgreBattle'' games.
17th Mar '17 9:20:35 PM Nap1100
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* ''VideoGame/NierAutomata'', like its predecessor, doesn't really do traditional Multiple Endings up until the last bit of the game. There are 5 "main" endings A through E, but endings A and B are actually only the first half of the game in terms of its narrative, as route C picks up where they left off. Endings A and B themselves are also not actually different branches, as route B is just route A [[AnotherSideAnotherStory from the perspective of 9S who had been your partner in route A.]] Route C has two endings that come from who you decide to play as against the final boss:
** Choosing to play as A2 will give you 9S as the final boss and Ending C, which has A2 hack into 9S's data to cure him of the virus that had infected him at the cost of her own life.
** Choosing to play as 9S will give you A2 as the final boss and Ending D, which has 9S kill A2 but also have him accidentally kill himself as well, resulting in his final moments choosing to upload his data with the machines to send somewhere far in outer space.
** After obtaining both endings C and D, you can obtain Ending E, which is basically the "true" ending of the game and [[EarnYourHappyEnding the happiest of the bunch,]] letting all 3 main characters come back to life free to make their own choices in life.
** There are also 21 other endings comprised of every other letter of the alphabet. These endings are more like silly [[NonStandardGameOver Non-Standard Game Overs]] and are achieved by things like failing the prologue mission, [[ViolationOfCommonSense activating your self-destruct function at your bunker]], [[RefusalOfTheCall ignoring your mission directive in a very specific way]], or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking eating a mackerel.]]
16th Mar '17 10:41:58 AM nombretomado
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** GameMod ''TheNamelessMod'' had six endings. Only two are availble on any story line, the rest depending on what faction you supported.

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** GameMod ''TheNamelessMod'' ''VideoGame/TheNamelessMod'' had six endings. Only two are availble on any story line, the rest depending on what faction you supported.
5th Mar '17 7:56:14 PM nombretomado
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* In ''MarvelUltimateAlliance'', once you've defeated Doctor Doom, the Watcher explains how the decisions you made throughout the game (mostly whether or not you completed the {{Sidequest}}s) will affect the MarvelUniverse for the better or worse.

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* In ''MarvelUltimateAlliance'', ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'', once you've defeated Doctor Doom, the Watcher explains how the decisions you made throughout the game (mostly whether or not you completed the {{Sidequest}}s) will affect the MarvelUniverse for the better or worse.
5th Mar '17 2:20:36 AM PanzerThiefZero
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*** ''VideoGame/WorldOfFinalFantasy'' is an odd example of this trope, [[spoiler: in which the bad ending (Lann seals himself and Brandelis away, with Reynn contracting a HeroicBSOD, returning to Nine Wood Hills depressed) needs to be completed in order to reach the good ending (which follows up from that by having Tama [[RetGone sacrifice herself]] to go back before the fake final battle, Reynn and Lann going to recruit the [[OlympusMons Pleiad]], then retrieving Tama during another quest, then [[BittersweetEnding defeating Brandelis, while going through the Ultma Gate to fix the problems they caused (long story), while promising they'll be back someday.]]]] And the true ending is essentially the good ending, but, after completing all the Intervention quests, it ends on [[TheStinger a post-credits scene where]] [[spoiler: Hauyn and Tama (whom the latter is implied to be her new caretaker) receiving prismariums containing the twin's clones, sent to protect Grymoire, courtesy of Enna Kros.]]

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*** ''VideoGame/WorldOfFinalFantasy'' is an odd example of this trope, [[spoiler: in which the bad ending (Lann seals himself and Brandelis away, with Reynn contracting a HeroicBSOD, returning to Nine Wood Hills depressed) needs to be completed in order to reach the good ending (which follows up from that by having Tama [[RetGone sacrifice herself]] to go back before the fake final battle, Reynn and Lann going to recruit the [[OlympusMons Pleiad]], then retrieving Tama during another quest, then [[BittersweetEnding defeating Brandelis, while going through the Ultma Gate to fix the problems they caused (long story), while promising they'll be back someday.]]]] And the true ending is essentially the good ending, but, after completing all the Intervention quests, it ends on [[TheStinger a post-credits scene where]] [[spoiler: Hauyn and Tama (whom the latter is implied to be her new caretaker) receiving receive prismariums containing the twin's clones, sent to protect Grymoire, courtesy of Enna Kros.]]
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