History VideoGame / AtelierIris3GrandPhantasm

27th Aug '17 12:45:41 PM nombretomado
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''Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm'' is the third in the series of the "Iris" video {{role playing game}}s, itself a subseries of the AtelierSeries, produced by the GUST company in 2006. The game may or may not be a direct sequel to the previous games, all of whom feature a female alchemist named Iris in an important role. However, ''Grand Phantasm'' is the first that actually has Iris as a playable character.

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''Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm'' is the third in the series of the "Iris" video {{role playing game}}s, itself a subseries of the AtelierSeries, ''VideoGame/{{Atelier}}'' series, produced by the GUST company in 2006. The game may or may not be a direct sequel to the previous games, all of whom feature a female alchemist named Iris in an important role. However, ''Grand Phantasm'' is the first that actually has Iris as a playable character.
10th Jul '17 1:09:34 AM EndarkCuli
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* ActionGirl: Nell



* BadassBookworm: Iris



* BoobsOfSteel: Nell



* CainAndAbel: Nell and her sister Yula.



* DefrostingIceQueen: Phenyl, sort of. The better you get at your job the nicer she will treat you.



* DumbBlonde: Nell



* HeroAntagonist: [[spoiler: Ash]]



* IdiotHair: Alvero has one. That's saying something...
* IdolSinger: Repre becomes one later.



* {{Jerkass}}: Ash.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Edge. Well, he's not ''really'' a jerk, but with his permanent scowl, he certainly looks like one. He's actually embarrassed to admit it when he's being kind!



* MoodWhiplash: Most proeminent in Pamela's quest. [[spoiler:Upon learning how Pamela died you find her diary apparently full of tears written by her mother... Then you discover how Pamela actually died and the music changes from dramatic to a very goofy one describing her death: she fell off a stool when she was trying to get something out of an upper cupboard shelf and landed on her head]]. Not even the heroes managed to keep a straight face after that.

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* MoodWhiplash: Most proeminent prominent in Pamela's quest. [[spoiler:Upon learning how Pamela died you find her diary apparently full of tears written by her mother... Then you discover how Pamela actually died and the music changes from dramatic to a very goofy one describing her death: she fell off a stool when she was trying to get something out of an upper cupboard shelf and landed on her head]]. Not even the heroes managed to keep a straight face after that.



** Nell is probably the most blatant example. She's incredibly busty, sports {{Underboobs}} in some of her outfits, and wears a [[BareYourMidriff midriff-baring]] top and a [[ZettaiRyouiki short skirt]] in her standard outfit.



* TheNapoleon: Don't try to say anything about Phenyl's height, even if you do it indirectly. Just look at what happened to Ewan and Funan.



* PowersViaPossession: [[spoiler:Crowley.]]



* SupportingProtagonist: Edge, who apart from the very beginning of the Rufina sidequest, could have been completely removed from the game without hardly changing the story at all.



* {{Tsundere}}: Several of Phenyl's portraits hint this.
13th Dec '16 2:45:22 PM Xtifr
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'''Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm''' is the third in the series of the "Iris" video {{role playing game}}s, itself a subseries of the AtelierSeries, produced by the GUST company in 2006. The game may or may not be a direct sequel to the previous games, all of whom feature a female alchemist named Iris in an important role. However, ''Grand Phantasm'' is the first that actually has Iris as a playable character.

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'''Atelier ''Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm''' Phantasm'' is the third in the series of the "Iris" video {{role playing game}}s, itself a subseries of the AtelierSeries, produced by the GUST company in 2006. The game may or may not be a direct sequel to the previous games, all of whom feature a female alchemist named Iris in an important role. However, ''Grand Phantasm'' is the first that actually has Iris as a playable character.
28th Jul '16 10:03:14 AM Willbyr
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* ShoutOut: To, of all things, WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls! (with some of Nell's costumes.)
** Another costume is named "RozenMaiden".

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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To, of all things, WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls! (with some of Nell's costumes.)
** Another costume is named "RozenMaiden"."Manga/RozenMaiden".



* {{Stripperific}}: Many female characters in the game dress like Malibu Barbies, including both female player characters! (Others are more conservative, however.)

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* {{Stripperific}}: {{Stripperific}}:
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Many female characters in the game dress like Malibu Barbies, including both female player characters! (Others are more conservative, however.)
23rd Oct '15 11:16:29 AM Morgenthaler
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The game basically follows Iris's team as they rise through the Guild's ranks. The real story however, involves a sealed book that Iris owns: and which contains an enormous power that can only be released by finding eight "gem-like fragments", so she looks for them. And if you're GenreSavvy, you can probably guess that it isn't going to be quite that simple...

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The game basically follows Iris's team as they rise through the Guild's ranks. The real story however, involves a sealed book that Iris owns: and which contains an enormous power that can only be released by finding eight "gem-like fragments", so she looks for them. And if you're GenreSavvy, you can probably guess that it isn't going to be quite that simple...
18th Oct '15 11:08:38 AM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: To, of all things, The PowerpuffGirls! (with some of Nell's costumes.)

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* ShoutOut: To, of all things, The PowerpuffGirls! WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls! (with some of Nell's costumes.)
5th Sep '15 5:47:29 PM WillBGood
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[[caption-width:250:'''Starting upwards clockwise:''' Ash, Yula, Edge, Iris, Alvero, Nell.]]

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13th Jul '15 10:28:36 AM nombretomado
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** [[ManaKhemiaAlchemistsOfAlRevis Roxis]] inherited several of Winna's mannerisms.

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** [[ManaKhemiaAlchemistsOfAlRevis [[VideoGame/ManaKhemiaAlchemistsOfAlRevis Roxis]] inherited several of Winna's mannerisms.
30th Jun '15 8:15:00 PM necrogirl
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Added DiffLines:

* PointOfNoReturn: once you enter [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon the distorted dimension]], there's not coming back.
13th Apr '14 4:37:52 PM Nerrin
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* ImpoverishedPatrician: The sisters Yula and Nell. They're working to restore their family fortunes, turning them into TheRival over paying jobs until [[spoiler:Yula blames their failures on Nell and abandons her sister, leaving Edge and Iris to take Nell in]].



* TheMedic: One of Nell's Blades focuses on recovery and support.

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* TheMedic: One of Nell's Blades focuses on recovery and support. Certain accessories also grant healing and ailment-curing spells, allowing you to temporarily turn anyone into a medic as well.



* VisualInitiativeQueue

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* VisualInitiativeQueueVisualInitiativeQueue: Represented as a line of spread-out cards. Empty spots in the queue are face-down cards, while characters and enemies are face-up. Anyone who's defeated goes face-down, and some skills put cards in the queue to trigger (or repeat) the skill when they come up.
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