History VerbalTic / VideoGames

12th Apr '18 6:50:09 AM DanteVin
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* During the "Auld Lanxiety" event in ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'', anyone who gets infected with the Klesha released by Joya will occasionally end his / her sentences with "Bong" (translated to "Gong" in the English language). Additionally, some characters have their own natural verbal tics.
24th Mar '18 10:09:37 AM DontKillBugs
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* ''VideoGame/{{Orwell}}'': Season Two, "Ignorance is Strength", introduces your new handler Ampleford, who occasionally begins her sentences with a "Mhm."
8th Mar '18 10:16:00 PM nombretomado
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** Most of the fighters at the Glitz Pit also have a VerbalTic, some as mild as an interesting manner of speaking (like the {{Hulk Speak}}ing Hyper Bald Cleft or the TotallyRadical King K), some as [[TVTropesDrinkingGame egregious]] as putting BOMB! in the middle of their sentences randomly, BOMB!

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** Most of the fighters at the Glitz Pit also have a VerbalTic, some as mild as an interesting manner of speaking (like the {{Hulk Speak}}ing Hyper Bald Cleft or the TotallyRadical King K), some as [[TVTropesDrinkingGame [[DrinkingGame/TVTropes egregious]] as putting BOMB! in the middle of their sentences randomly, BOMB!
2nd Mar '18 3:15:55 PM Exusia
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* Natsume of ''VideoGame/EnsembleStars'' emphasizes words at the end of a Sentence. In Japanese, the last syllable is written in Katakana. In most English tranlations, this is denoted with a capital Letter. This could be a ShoutOut to Dlanor from ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', who has a similar Tic.

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* Natsume of ''VideoGame/EnsembleStars'' emphasizes words at the end of a Sentence. In Japanese, the last syllable is written in Katakana. In most English tranlations, this is denoted with a capital Letter. This could be a ShoutOut to Dlanor from ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', who has a similar Tic. However, his "magic speech" is unaffected by This.
2nd Mar '18 3:15:16 PM Exusia
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* Natsume of ''VideoGame/EnsembleStars'' emphasizes words at the end of a Sentence. In Japanese, the last syllable is written in Katakana. In most English tranlations, this is denoted with a capital Letter. This could be a ShoutOut to Dlanor from ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', who has a similar Tic.
28th Feb '18 9:34:59 AM 1810072342
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* The Kaka cats from ''Franchise/BlazBlue'' have a tendency to drop 'meow' and/or 'nya' into sentences, [[TheDitz Taokaka]] most notably. This includes dropping them into other words, such as 'Buy food for meow!' or referring to [[AntiHero Ragna the Bloodedge]] as 'Ragnya'.
24th Feb '18 1:17:07 PM nombretomado
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* Lilli of ''{{Rosenkreuzstilette}}'' uses "Hunya" during a lot of her sentences, so much so that it's practically her {{Catchphrase}}. It seems to convey the sense of "What do you think"? or "I agree".

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* Lilli of ''{{Rosenkreuzstilette}}'' ''{{VideoGame/Rosenkreuzstilette}}'' uses "Hunya" during a lot of her sentences, so much so that it's practically her {{Catchphrase}}. It seems to convey the sense of "What do you think"? or "I agree".
13th Jan '18 3:29:41 PM HaroldRowsdower
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** ''XenobladeChronicles2'' gives the Nopon a new tic, "meh meh meh", used as an interjection to convey a variety of emotions depending on context and tone. [[spoiler: They're deliberately affecting it to appear cuter to the other races to make taking advantage of them easier.]]
12th Jan '18 6:31:07 PM nombretomado
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** {{Justif|yingEdit}}ication: Less a verbal tic and more a very, um, convincing characterization that somehow manages to be more badass than annoying. Conjecture: perhaps the writers felt that it would dehumanize him. Conclusion: It seems to have had the opposite effect.

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** {{Justif|yingEdit}}ication: Administrivia/{{Justif|yingEdit}}ication: Less a verbal tic and more a very, um, convincing characterization that somehow manages to be more badass than annoying. Conjecture: perhaps the writers felt that it would dehumanize him. Conclusion: It seems to have had the opposite effect.
10th Dec '17 4:20:44 PM nombretomado
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* In ''DrawnToLife'', the Raposa are a species that exhibit a shared verbal tic. They refer to themselves as "Rapos" (ie "that young Rapo," "you stubborn Rapo," etc.), which isn't that unusual-but their money is "Rapo Tokens", and occasionally the townsfolk will, without provocation, scatter "Rapo" into their sentences. Also, when you talk to NPC children not important to the plot, the voice clip the little girls will spout is a joyous "Wapo!" and the little boys a rather bewildered "Wapo...?" Once in a while, you also get the curious "opa," which seems a little out of the pattern.

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* In ''DrawnToLife'', ''VideoGame/DrawnToLife'', the Raposa are a species that exhibit a shared verbal tic. They refer to themselves as "Rapos" (ie "that young Rapo," "you stubborn Rapo," etc.), which isn't that unusual-but their money is "Rapo Tokens", and occasionally the townsfolk will, without provocation, scatter "Rapo" into their sentences. Also, when you talk to NPC children not important to the plot, the voice clip the little girls will spout is a joyous "Wapo!" and the little boys a rather bewildered "Wapo...?" Once in a while, you also get the curious "opa," which seems a little out of the pattern.
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