History VideoGame / BraveFencerMusashi

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* AdvancingBossOfDoom: [[spoiler:Dark Lumina's first form involves you running away from him over a collapsing bridge. After he morphs into his next form, he'll randomly pounce the tower you ascend before facing you for real.]]

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* AdvancingBossOfDoom: [[spoiler:Dark Lumina's first form involves you running away from him over a collapsing bridge. After he morphs into his next form, he'll randomly pounce the tower you ascend before facing you for real.]]



** [[spoiler:Dark Lumina's first form involves you running away from him over a collapsing bridge. After he morphs into his next form, he'll randomly pounce the tower you ascend before facing you for real.]]



* AllYourPowersCombined: [[spoiler:In addition to [[DoppelgangerAttack self-duplication]] and [[ShapeshifterWeapon transmutable limbs]], Dark Lumina's third and final phase [[BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame uses all the other powers of the Five Scrolls, but on a grander and more destructive scale.]]]]

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* AllYourPowersCombined: [[spoiler:In addition to [[DoppelgangerAttack self-duplication]] and [[ShapeshifterWeapon transmutable limbs]], Dark Lumina's third and final phase [[BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame uses all the other powers of the Five Scrolls, but on a grander and more destructive scale.]]]]scale]].]]



* AmbiguouslyGay: Scribe Shanky, although the ambiguity comes dangerously close to [[CampGay being thrown out of the window]] when he refers to Musashi as "lovely and handsome" right before the kid is summoned and is extremely eager to ''read books to him'' ("O-h! Sir Musashi! Been waiting for you!"). He also criticizes [[HotLibrarian Librarian Brisketta's]] choice of wearing fashion glasses, calling them hideous.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: AmbiguouslyGay:
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Scribe Shanky, although the ambiguity comes dangerously close to [[CampGay being thrown out of the window]] when he refers to Musashi as "lovely and handsome" right before the kid is summoned and is extremely eager to ''read books to him'' ("O-h! Sir Musashi! Been waiting for you!"). He also criticizes [[HotLibrarian Librarian Brisketta's]] choice of wearing fashion glasses, calling them hideous.



* BrattyHalfPint: Musashi has this as his running gag... It's even in his first title, "Little Turd."

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* BrattyHalfPint: BrattyHalfPint:
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Musashi has this as his running gag... It's even in his first title, "Little Turd."



* BreathWeapon: [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Frost Dragon used Ice Beam! It's super effective!]]

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* BreathWeapon: BreathWeapon:
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[[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Frost Dragon used Ice Beam! It's super effective!]]



* BucketHelmet: Tim's choice of headgear. Mint, on the other hand, wears a basket on her head.



* CameraAbuse: To stop the red Gi-Ant that's assailing the Gondola office, Musashi rides the Gondola down from the castle and crushes the ant, leading to a spray of green blood across the screen. Eww...

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* CameraAbuse: CameraAbuse:
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To stop the red Gi-Ant that's assailing the Gondola office, Musashi rides the Gondola down from the castle and crushes the ant, leading to a spray of green blood across the screen. Eww...



* DumbMuscle: Rootrick, as well as Ben of Leader's Force. Rootrick appears to be a country hick, given his accent.

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* DumbMuscle: DumbMuscle:
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Rootrick, as well as Ben of Leader's Force. Rootrick appears to be a country hick, given his accent.



* EyesAlwaysShut: Mercenary Meitlofe. When coupled with his CheshireCatGrin, [[{{Keet}} overly cheerful demeanor]], and odd speech patterns (short sentences, each one repeated once, with one half or another of his text colored red), it's possible he's a ManChild or {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.

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* EyesAlwaysShut: EyesAlwaysShut:
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Mercenary Meitlofe. When coupled with his CheshireCatGrin, [[{{Keet}} overly cheerful demeanor]], and odd speech patterns (short sentences, each one repeated once, with one half or another of his text colored red), it's possible he's a ManChild or {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.



* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: [[spoiler:Topo. How ironic that the most HarmlessVillain got the most brutal death...]]
** Assuming, of course, that it [[MindScrew was what it looked like...]]

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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: [[spoiler:Topo. FamilyUnfriendlyDeath:
** [[spoiler:Topo.]]
How ironic that the most HarmlessVillain got the most brutal death...]]
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death... Assuming, of course, that it [[MindScrew that it was what it looked like...]]



* HypocriticalHumor: Ed mocks Musashi's height by referring to Musashi as a midget, despite him being about the same size.

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* HypocriticalHumor: HypocriticalHumor:
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Ed mocks Musashi's height by referring to Musashi as a midget, despite him being about the same size.



* LargeHam: Lots of 'em, verging on WorldOfHam. Fuhrer Flatski, Kojiro, and the entire Leader's Force, to name a few.

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* LargeHam: LargeHam:
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Lots of 'em, verging on WorldOfHam. Fuhrer Flatski, Kojiro, and the entire Leader's Force, to name a few.



* MissingMom: In the case of Jam, who runs the bakery. As we find out in Chapter 3, her mother passed away prior to the events of the game, leading her father, Mr. Towst, to start going to Mannick's Restaurant every night so that he could [[DrowningMySorrows drown his sorrows]] and [[ComfortFood enjoy their porkchops]] (which are 50% pork, [[{{Squick}} 50% tapeworms]] according to Wanda; Jam wonders if her dad hates her cooking in Chapter 2 because of this). Jam hopes that her father will start eating at home now that Mannick's Restaurant is closed [[spoiler:due to the Vambee outbreak]], and Musashi decides to help out by going to talk to him outside of the establishment at 6 o'clock in the evening. Unfortunately for Jam, Mr. Towst goes right back to eating at Mannick's once the restaurant resumes business.

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* MissingMom: MissingMom:
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In the case of Jam, who runs the bakery. As we find out in Chapter 3, her mother passed away prior to the events of the game, leading her father, Mr. Towst, to start going to Mannick's Restaurant every night so that he could [[DrowningMySorrows drown his sorrows]] and [[ComfortFood enjoy their porkchops]] (which are 50% pork, [[{{Squick}} 50% tapeworms]] according to Wanda; Jam wonders if her dad hates her cooking in Chapter 2 because of this). Jam hopes that her father will start eating at home now that Mannick's Restaurant is closed [[spoiler:due to the Vambee outbreak]], and Musashi decides to help out by going to talk to him outside of the establishment at 6 o'clock in the evening. Unfortunately for Jam, Mr. Towst goes right back to eating at Mannick's once the restaurant resumes business.



* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler:During the final dungeon, expect to see pretty much all the quirky villains die one by one.]]

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* MoodWhiplash: MoodWhiplash:
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[[spoiler:During the final dungeon, expect to see pretty much all the quirky villains die one by one.]]



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Musashi has a brief bout with this when [[spoiler:his actions lead to the release of Dark Lumina, and subsequently, Jon's death.]] Fillet promptly [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan snaps him out of it]] by telling him to [[spoiler:beat the tar of out of Dark Lumina]].

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: MyGodWhatHaveIDone:
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Musashi has a brief bout with this when [[spoiler:his actions lead to the release of Dark Lumina, and subsequently, Jon's death.]] Fillet promptly [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan snaps him out of it]] by telling him to [[spoiler:beat the tar of out of Dark Lumina]].



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Once Musashi gathers all five Scrolls, he... [[spoiler:accidentally releases the [[SealedEvilInACan Sealed Evil in the Sword]]]]. Oops. [[spoiler:Well, it's actually Fuhrer Flatski who does the unsealing, but Musashi did all of the hard work by defeating the Crest Guardians, so the point stands.]]

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: NiceJobBreakingItHero:
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Once Musashi gathers all five Scrolls, he... [[spoiler:accidentally releases the [[SealedEvilInACan Sealed Evil in the Sword]]]]. Oops. [[spoiler:Well, it's actually Fuhrer Flatski who does the unsealing, but Musashi did all of the hard work by defeating the Crest Guardians, so the point stands.]]



* PointOfNoReturn: In Chapter 6, [[spoiler:activating the Wind Crest in Steamwood Forest while it's raining on Skyday morning]]. Jon warns you about this at the beginning of the chapter, replete with red text. Subverted in that you're allowed to save after beating each member of Leader's Force. Beating the game allows you to continue with your stats and items (minus the [[spoiler:Sky Scroll]]) from endgame, but right before this event.

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* PointOfNoReturn: PointOfNoReturn:
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In Chapter 6, [[spoiler:activating the Wind Crest in Steamwood Forest while it's raining on Skyday morning]]. Jon warns you about this at the beginning of the chapter, replete with red text. Subverted in that you're allowed to save after beating each member of Leader's Force. Beating the game allows you to continue with your stats and items (minus the [[spoiler:Sky Scroll]]) from endgame, but right before this event.



* SprintShoes: D-Kick (Dropkick, [[NonIndicativeName which actually isn't a dropkick]]), the Assimilated ability of Haya Wolves, makes for a fairly quick alternative method of travel, provided you have enough Bincho Power to burn 4 BP per use. Sadly, you won't get much mileage out of it unless you finish Chapter 4 with the ability active, and even then, you'll be forced to swap it out after returning from the Meandering Forest in the next chapter.

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* SprintShoes: SprintShoes:
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D-Kick (Dropkick, [[NonIndicativeName which actually isn't a dropkick]]), the Assimilated ability of Haya Wolves, makes for a fairly quick alternative method of travel, provided you have enough Bincho Power to burn 4 BP per use. Sadly, you won't get much mileage out of it unless you finish Chapter 4 with the ability active, and even then, you'll be forced to swap it out after returning from the Meandering Forest in the next chapter.



* UnknownItemIdentification: The game has treasure chest items that need to be appraised in town by Conners. Several such items turn out to be pieces of legendary equipment, but in general it's PlayedForLaughs with a lot of the items seeming more valuable when unappraised -- an "Old Crown" turns out to be a "Cakepan," for instance.

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* UnknownItemIdentification: UnknownItemIdentification:
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The game has treasure chest items that need to be appraised in town by Conners. Several such items turn out to be pieces of legendary equipment, but in general it's PlayedForLaughs with a lot of the items seeming more valuable when unappraised -- an "Old Crown" turns out to be a "Cakepan," for instance.
14th Aug '17 8:00:41 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Shotacon}}: [[HelloNurse Wanda]], a waitress at Mannick's Restaurant, ''continually'' hits on Musashi from Day 1, calling him cute, saying Musashi is just her type, and commenting on how handsome he's becoming, never mind [[VerbalTic her habit of calling him "baby."]] Or her continued declarations of how lonely she'll be every time Musashi leaves the tavern, promptly followed up by suggestively telling Musashi she'll show him just how much she missed him whenever he returns. In their first meeting, the forwardness of Wanda's advances fluster Musashi to the point that his only recourse is to bite the bullet and humor her company by holding a polite conversation. She does eventually subvert this (in the final chapter of the game, no less) by musing about how she wishes Musashi was closer to her age.
** To her credit, Wanda never makes a move on Musashi despite her vested interest, and [[HiddenDepths even confides in him as one would do with a close friend at times]], such as when she tells Musashi how the [[spoiler:village being set ablaze brought up bad memories of her old apartment burning down]]. Whether it's [[TheTease an act she puts on for any male customer]] or [[SingleTargetSexuality genuine affection aimed solely at Musashi]] is up to personal interpretation.
19th Jul '17 4:41:57 PM TropesForever
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* BowtiesAreCool: Displayed by Fillet, her mother, Seer Bevealy, and Librarian Brisketta.
12th May '17 1:34:46 PM 32_Footsteps
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: For all of the natives of the world, the rule seems to go that the good guys go with meat-based EdibleFoodNaming, while the bad guys go with soda-based names. At first glance, Colonel Capricciola falls into the latter, but those familiar with Italian cold cuts may note that [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capocollo capicola]] is a particular type of cured pig meat. [[spoiler: Sure enough, it turns out that he's TheMole out for revenge against Fuhrer Flatski.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: For all of the natives of the world, the rule seems to go that the good guys go with meat-based EdibleFoodNaming, EdibleThemeNaming, while the bad guys go with soda-based names. At first glance, Colonel Capricciola falls into the latter, but those familiar with Italian cold cuts may note that [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capocollo capicola]] is a particular type of cured pig meat. [[spoiler: Sure enough, it turns out that he's TheMole out for revenge against Fuhrer Flatski.]]
12th May '17 1:34:02 PM 32_Footsteps
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: For all of the natives of the world, the rule seems to go that the good guys go with meat-based EdibleFoodNaming, while the bad guys go with soda-based names. At first glance, Colonel Capricciola falls into the latter, but those familiar with Italian cold cuts may note that [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capocollo capicola]] is a particular type of cured pig meat. [[spoiler: Sure enough, it turns out that he's TheMole out for revenge against Fuhrer Flatski.]]
9th May '17 8:30:26 PM deimos415
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* PowerupLetdown: The Legendary Quilt becomes this once you enter [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Soda Fountain]]. You can't go to sleep there ''at all, making the Quilt completely useless''.

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* PowerupLetdown: The Legendary Quilt becomes this once you enter [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Soda Fountain]]. You can't go to sleep there ''at all, making the Quilt completely useless''. To be fair to it though, if you have the Quilt made as soon as its possible; there's still a very sizable chunk of game (at least two full chapters) left to be played well before you get to Soda Fountain.
27th Jan '17 9:08:00 PM X2X
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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Platonic version between Musashi and Fillet. The two start off on the wrong foot (she's the one who calls Musashi a "little turd", after all), but after a journey's worth of heroics, they come to respect and genuinely care for each other. Right before [[spoiler:facing Dark Lumina]], Musashi expresses his relief that the princess is safe and sound, telling her to make sure no one else kidnaps her, to which Fillet urges Musashi not to lose. The perfect ending message (see OneHundredPercentCompletion above) is a visual representation of how chummy the two have become over the course of the game. Their bickering and later cooling down could be interpreted as BelligerentSexualTension in spite of the apparent age gap, but there's no expressed attraction on either character's part, aside of the not-quite-IUhYouToo moment below and Jam teasing Musashi about his love life after the [[spoiler:fake]] princess is rescued.

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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Platonic version between Musashi and Fillet. The two start off on the wrong foot (she's the one who calls Musashi a "little turd", turd," after all), but after a journey's worth of heroics, they come to respect and genuinely care for each other. Right before [[spoiler:facing Dark Lumina]], Musashi expresses his relief that the princess is safe and sound, telling her to make sure no one else kidnaps her, to which Fillet urges Musashi not to lose. The perfect ending message (see OneHundredPercentCompletion above) is a visual representation of how chummy the two have become over the course of the game. Their bickering and later cooling down could be interpreted as BelligerentSexualTension in spite of the apparent age gap, but there's no expressed attraction on either character's part, aside of the not-quite-IUhYouToo moment below and Jam teasing Musashi about his love life after the [[spoiler:fake]] princess is rescued.



-->'''Musashi''' (''thinking to himself''): [[LampshadeHanging "Just like the Princess... Why are all the women I meet like this...?"]]

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-->'''Musashi''' -->'''Musashi:''' (''thinking to himself''): himself'') [[LampshadeHanging "Just like the Princess... Why are all the women I meet like this...?"]]



* CuteBookworm: Librarian Brisketta. She is [[ShrinkingViolet painfully shy, reclusive, and stammers repeatedly]], and it's ''adorable''.

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* CuteBookworm: Librarian Brisketta. She is [[ShrinkingViolet She is painfully shy, reclusive, and stammers prone to stammering repeatedly]], and it's ''adorable''.



* DisappearedDad: In a reverse of Hotelo and Mint's situation, Tim's father is never spoken of. It can be implied from Hilda's tearful reaction to Tim's Vambee-afflicted illness and [[WasTooHardOnHim her guilt from locking him out of the house]], along with direct statements that he's her only child, that she's a single, {{widow|Woman}}ed mother, though it's never confirmed.

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* DisappearedDad: In a reverse of Hotelo and Mint's situation, Tim's father is never spoken of. It can be implied from Hilda's tearful reaction to Tim's Vambee-afflicted illness and [[WasTooHardOnHim her guilt from locking him out of the house]], along with direct statements that he's her only child, that she's a single, possibly {{widow|Woman}}ed mother, though it's never confirmed.



*** EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: In order to generate cyclones, Musashi has to whirl around. Atypically for a SpinAttack, the spin itself does nothing to enemies in the attack's vicinity. Instead, Musashi has to continually ram himself into foes, and he's not invincible while doing so.

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*** EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: In order to generate cyclones, Musashi has to whirl around. Atypically for a SpinAttack, the spin itself does nothing to enemies in the attack's vicinity. Instead, Musashi has to continually ram himself into foes, [[CollisionDamage and he's not invincible while doing so.so]].



* EmpathicWeapon: Lumina, the Sword of Luminescence, can actually communicate with Musashi via {{telepathy}}, although it only does so sparingly. [[spoiler:When it's used to unseal Dark Lumina, it immediately comes back to Musashi afterward.]]

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* EmpathicWeapon: Lumina, the Sword of Luminescence, can actually is able to communicate with Musashi via {{telepathy}}, although it only does so sparingly. [[spoiler:When it's used to unseal Dark Lumina, it immediately comes back to Musashi afterward.]]



* FanserviceWithASmile: Downplayed with Wanda. Her dress has a low-cut neckline, but not to [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline nigh-impossible extremes]]. Wanda's actually a modest dresser, though that doesn't detract from her natural sex appeal.

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* FanserviceWithASmile: Downplayed with Wanda. Her dress has a low-cut neckline, but not to [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline nigh-impossible extremes]]. Wanda's actually a modest dresser, though that doesn't detract from her natural beauty or sex appeal.



* GracefulLoser: All three members of Leader's Force, particularly Topo, who compliments Musashi's dancing and even spells out [[spoiler:how he factors into the group's plans for obtaining Lumina for the Fuhrer.]]
* GratuitousGerman: In the dub, the [[UsefulNotes/GermanDialects German-accented]] Flatski lets out a "Schnell!" when [[spoiler:Jon/Capricciola makes no move to swipe Lumina from Musashi, right before Capri turns on him.]]

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* GracefulLoser: All three members of Leader's Force, particularly Topo, who compliments Musashi's dancing and even spells out [[spoiler:how he factors into the group's plans for obtaining Lumina for the Fuhrer.]]
Fuhrer]].
* GratuitousGerman: In the dub, the [[UsefulNotes/GermanDialects German-accented]] Flatski lets out a "Schnell!" when [[spoiler:Jon/Capricciola makes no move to swipe Lumina from Musashi, right before Capri turns on him.]] him]].



* HelpfulMook: Several baddies in the Frozen Palace are of the "Accidentally Assisting" type; their attacks can help you cross chasms and reach ledges Musashi normally couldn't jump on top of.

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* HelpfulMook: Several baddies in the Frozen Palace are of the "Accidentally Assisting" type; their attacks can help you cross chasms and reach ledges Musashi normally couldn't jump over or on top of.



* ImprobableAge: While the lack of an exact age muddies things, Capricciola, judging by his action figure, was presumably promoted to Colonel early in his career. Judging by the various neuroses of his subordinates ''and'' superiors, the notion of Capricciola being an OverrankedSoldier seems almost ''necessary''. [[spoiler:And impressive when you remember he did all of this without blowing his cover.]]

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* ImprobableAge: While the lack of an exact age muddies things, Capricciola, judging by his action figure, was presumably promoted to Colonel early in his career. Judging by the various neuroses of his subordinates ''and'' superiors, the notion of Capricciola being an OverrankedSoldier seems almost ''necessary''. [[spoiler:And impressive when you remember he did all of this without even once blowing his cover.]]



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Musashi has a brief bout with this when [[spoiler:his actions lead to the release of Dark Lumina, and subsequently, Jon's death.]] Fillet promptly [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan snaps him out of it]] by telling him to [[spoiler:beat the tar of out of Dark Lumina.]]

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Musashi has a brief bout with this when [[spoiler:his actions lead to the release of Dark Lumina, and subsequently, Jon's death.]] Fillet promptly [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan snaps him out of it]] by telling him to [[spoiler:beat the tar of out of Dark Lumina.]]Lumina]].



* TheNapoleon: Both Musashi and Ed seem to have a bit of a height complex, although it's nowhere near as bad as [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist the other Ed.]]

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* TheNapoleon: Both Musashi and Ed seem to have a bit of a height complex, although it's nowhere near as bad as [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist the other Ed.]]Ed]].



* NoodleIncident: Apparently, a ''fly'' wronged Maid Loinette's father somehow (Musashi learns Dashing Pierce after watching her angry reaction to a fly). Unfortunately, she never gives an explanation.

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* NoodleIncident: Apparently, a ''fly'' wronged Maid Loinette's father somehow somehow. (Musashi learns Dashing Pierce after watching her angry reaction to a fly). fly.) Unfortunately, she never gives an explanation.



* PowerGlows: Both [[KatanasAreJustBetter Fusion]] and [[{{BFS}} Lumina]] glow blue and red (Fusion later will glow yellow after you rescue [[TheBlacksmith Artisan Teebone]] and get him to temper Fusion), making them resemble {{Laser Blade}}s. Also, [[spoiler:Dark Lumina.]]

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* PowerGlows: Both [[KatanasAreJustBetter Fusion]] and [[{{BFS}} Lumina]] glow blue and red (Fusion later will glow yellow after you rescue [[TheBlacksmith Artisan Teebone]] and get him to temper Fusion), making them resemble {{Laser Blade}}s. Also, [[spoiler:Dark Lumina.]]Lumina]].



* PowerupLetdown: The Legendary Quilt becomes this once you enter [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Soda Fountain]]. You can't go to sleep there ''at all, making the Quilt completely useless.''

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* PowerupLetdown: The Legendary Quilt becomes this once you enter [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Soda Fountain]]. You can't go to sleep there ''at all, making the Quilt completely useless.''useless''.



%%* SaveThePrincess
%%* SayMyName

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%%* SaveThePrincess
%%* SayMyName
* SaveThePrincess: Following Rootrick's abduction of Princess Fillet at the end of Chapter 1, this becomes Musashi's primary mission. Finding the Five Scrolls, rescuing the missing citizens of Allucaneet, and helping out around Grillin' Village serve as secondary objectives, as he needs to improve his skills and gather clues regarding the whereabouts of the Thirstquencher Empire.
* SayMyName: Happens fairly often, with Musashi ("PRINCESS!") and Fillet ("MUSASHI!") being the usual offenders.



%%* SuperDrowningSkills

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%%* SuperDrowningSkills* SuperDrowningSkills: Without the protective powers of the Water Scroll, Musashi will sink like a rock if he so much as touches a body of water, regardless of its depth.



%%* TrappedInAnotherWorld

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%%* TrappedInAnotherWorld* TrappedInAnotherWorld: Those called forth by the Hero Summon cannot return to their world of origin until they've completed the task for which they have been summoned. In Musashi's case, he learns this involves beating back the Thirstquencher invaders and later rescuing Fillet from their clutches.



* UnderestimatingBadassery: Many characters pass off Musashi as merely a [[JustAKid "(little) runt"]], despite him defeating Crest Guardians and the Empire's forces with ease. When Gingerelle makes this mistake after Musashi obtains the Wind Scroll and lands in the Meandering Forest, Bubbles rightfully calls her sister out on this (and the fact that Gingerelle didn't apprehend Musashi when they met at the Thieves' Hideout in the previous chapter), [[TaughtByExperience for Musashi was able to defeat their Vambee Soldiers]].

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* UnderestimatingBadassery: Many characters pass off Musashi as merely a [[JustAKid "(little) runt"]], runt,"]] despite him defeating Crest Guardians and the Empire's forces with ease. When Gingerelle makes this mistake after Musashi obtains the Wind Scroll and lands in the Meandering Forest, Bubbles rightfully calls her sister out on this (and the fact that Gingerelle didn't apprehend Musashi when they met at the Thieves' Hideout in the previous chapter), [[TaughtByExperience for Musashi was able to defeat their Vambee Soldiers]].
16th Jan '17 1:06:03 PM kraas
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%%* BigBad: Fuhrer Flatski.

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%%* * BigBad: Fuhrer Flatski.Flatski of the Thirstquencher Empire.
8th Jan '17 11:33:20 AM DustSnitch
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* OneManArmy: Musashi, of course! The fondly-regarded segment at Soda Fountain in the final chapter where [[TheWarSequence Musashi fights his way across the Midair Giant Playground, taking out scores of Thirstquencher soldiers and busting through security gates]] ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_26-7g5sq2k all set to this adrenaline-pumping tune]]) [[{{Badass}} seals it]].

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* OneManArmy: Musashi, of course! The fondly-regarded segment at Soda Fountain in the final chapter where [[TheWarSequence Musashi fights his way across the Midair Giant Playground, taking out scores of Thirstquencher soldiers and busting through security gates]] ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_26-7g5sq2k all set to this adrenaline-pumping tune]]) [[{{Badass}} seals it]].it.
23rd Dec '16 12:58:36 PM Gosicrystal
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[[folder:A-E]]

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[[folder:A-E]][[folder:#-E]]



* BigBad: Fuhrer Flatski.

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* %%* BigBad: Fuhrer Flatski.



* DamselInDistress: Princess Fillet.
** This is even poked fun at near the end of the game when [[spoiler:Kojiro kidnaps her while they're on the run from Dark Lumina. Fillet apologizes for being captured ''again''.]]
* DarkIsEvil[=/=][[spoiler:LightIsNotGood]]: The Wizard of Darkness, [[spoiler:Dark Lumina]].

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* DamselInDistress: Princess Fillet.
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Fillet. This is even poked fun at near the end of the game when [[spoiler:Kojiro kidnaps her while they're on the run from Dark Lumina. Fillet apologizes for being captured ''again''.]]
* DarkIsEvil[=/=][[spoiler:LightIsNotGood]]: DarkIsEvil: The Wizard of Darkness, [[spoiler:Dark Lumina]].



* [[spoiler:DevourTheDragon: Though he's far from actual Dragon status, Dark Lumina absorbs Kojiro to go OneWingedAngel.]]

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* [[spoiler:DevourTheDragon: Though DevourTheDragon: [[spoiler:Though he's far from actual Dragon status, Dark Lumina absorbs Kojiro to go OneWingedAngel.]]



* [[spoiler:EvilIsNotAToy: Fuhrer Flatski found this one out the hard way when Dark Lumina [[SquashedFlat crushed him]] [[GiantFootOfStomping beneath his foot.]] Almost makes you think that (the first part of) his name was [[MeaningfulName prophetic]] in addition to being one pun of many...]]

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* [[spoiler:EvilIsNotAToy: Fuhrer EvilIsNotAToy: [[spoiler:Fuhrer Flatski found this one out the hard way when Dark Lumina [[SquashedFlat crushed him]] [[GiantFootOfStomping beneath his foot.]] Almost makes you think that (the first part of) his name was [[MeaningfulName prophetic]] in addition to being one pun of many...]]



* EvilLaugh: Again, a specialty of the Thirstquencher baddies.

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* EvilLaugh: Again, a A specialty of the Thirstquencher baddies.



* FanserviceWithASmile: Downplayed with Wanda. Her dress has a low-cut neckline, but not to [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline nigh-impossible extremes]]. Wanda's actually a modest dresser, though that doesn't detract from her natural sex appeal.



* [[spoiler:GreaterScopeVillain: Dark Lumina.]]

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* [[spoiler:GreaterScopeVillain: Dark %%* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler:Dark Lumina.]]



* [[spoiler:GuileHero: Jon.]]

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* [[spoiler:GuileHero: Jon.%%* GuileHero: [[spoiler:Jon.]]



* HelloNurse[=/=]FemmeFatale: Wanda, who waitresses nights at the local pub. In Chapter 6, a tourist who frequents the spot claims to have fallen in love with her.
** FanserviceWithASmile: Downplayed. Her dress has a low-cut neckline, but not to [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline nigh-impossible extremes]]. Wanda's actually a modest dresser, though that doesn't detract from her natural sex appeal.

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* HelloNurse[=/=]FemmeFatale: Wanda, HelloNurse: [[FemmeFatale Wanda]], who waitresses nights at the local pub. In Chapter 6, a tourist who frequents the spot claims to have fallen in love with her.
** FanserviceWithASmile: Downplayed. Her dress has a low-cut neckline, but not to [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline nigh-impossible extremes]]. Wanda's actually a modest dresser, though that doesn't detract from her natural sex appeal.
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* HotbloodedSideburns

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* %%* HotbloodedSideburns



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Musashi.

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* %%* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Musashi.



* LostForever: Right after repairing Steamwood [[spoiler:for the first time]], be sure to visit Mayor Govern for a missable [[RareCandy Longevity Berry]].
** Additionally, before facing Queen Ant, the Wind Crest Guardian, make sure to open the Memory Box in [[SuspiciousVideoGameGenerosity the preceding room]] (the one after the lift ride where you need to burrow through the ground), even if you don't plan on storing Musashi's memories there. This is the ''only'' time you'll be able to access that room, so if you don't open the chest, you'll be missing out on two action figures in the process.



* [[spoiler:OmnicidalManiac: Dark Lumina's main shtick.]]

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* [[spoiler:OmnicidalManiac: Dark %%* OmnicidalManiac: [[spoiler:Dark Lumina's main shtick.]]



* PermaStubble: Jon and Mayor Govern.

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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** Right after repairing Steamwood [[spoiler:for the first time]], be sure to visit Mayor Govern for a missable [[RareCandy Longevity Berry]].
** Before facing Queen Ant, the Wind Crest Guardian, make sure to open the Memory Box in [[SuspiciousVideoGameGenerosity the preceding room]] (the one after the lift ride where you need to burrow through the ground), even if you don't plan on storing Musashi's memories there. This is the ''only'' time you'll be able to access that room, so if you don't open the chest, you'll be missing out on two action figures in the process.
%%*
PermaStubble: Jon and Mayor Govern.



*** A wrong yet common theory at that, as you only need to open every chest (Memory Boxes included; saving your memories in the boxes isn't required). It's just that most people miss one, usually in the restaurant basement or at the top of the mountain. Some of these chests, unfortunately, [[LostForever can be missed]], as certain areas, like the site of the Wind Crest Guardian, can only be accessed once.

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*** A wrong yet common theory at that, as you only need to open every chest (Memory Boxes included; saving your memories in the boxes isn't required). It's just that most people miss one, usually in the restaurant basement or at the top of the mountain. Some of these chests, unfortunately, [[LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent can be missed]], as certain areas, like the site of the Wind Crest Guardian, can only be accessed once.



* RainbowSpeak: [[color:red:Red]] words. Almost none of which actually ''need'' to be [[color:red:red]]. There's also the occasional [[color:blue:blue]] word.
** Mercenary Meitlofe gets special mention for doing this ''mid-syllable''.

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* RainbowSpeak: [[color:red:Red]] words. Almost none of which actually ''need'' to be [[color:red:red]]. There's also the occasional [[color:blue:blue]] word.
**
word. Mercenary Meitlofe gets special mention for doing this ''mid-syllable''.



* [[spoiler:ReverseMole: [[TheDragon Colonel Capricciola]] turns out to be Jon, who is actually the long-lost prince of the Thirstquencher Empire. He's been helping Musashi derail the Empire's plans and obtain the Five Scrolls. He also [[{{Revenge}} seeks vengeance]] for [[YouKilledMyFather the death of his parents]] at Fuhrer Flatski's hand.]]
* SaveThePrincess
* SayMyName: Several times over.

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* [[spoiler:ReverseMole: [[TheDragon ReverseMole: [[spoiler:[[TheDragon Colonel Capricciola]] turns out to be Jon, who is actually the long-lost prince of the Thirstquencher Empire. He's been helping Musashi derail the Empire's plans and obtain the Five Scrolls. He also [[{{Revenge}} seeks vengeance]] for [[YouKilledMyFather the death of his parents]] at Fuhrer Flatski's hand.]]
* %%* SaveThePrincess
* SayMyName: Several times over.%%* SayMyName



* ShapingYourAttacks: Aside of his basic sword swipes and two SwordBeam variations, one of which you can assimilate, Kojiro can fire off projectiles that take on the form of [[ThePhoenix a phoenix]], cry and all, either as one flaming shot that flies straight ahead or a group of three {{Homing Projectile}}s.

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* ShapingYourAttacks: ShapingYourAttacks:
**
Aside of his basic sword swipes and two SwordBeam variations, one of which you can assimilate, Kojiro can fire off projectiles that take on the form of [[ThePhoenix a phoenix]], cry and all, either as one flaming shot that flies straight ahead or a group of three {{Homing Projectile}}s.



* SuperDrowningSkills

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* %%* SuperDrowningSkills



* TrappedInAnotherWorld

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* %%* TrappedInAnotherWorld



* [[spoiler:UnholyHolySword: Lumina, on the technicality that the weapon revered for allegedly felling the Wizard of Darkness was merely the seal for the demon in question. The sword itself is good-natured, as seen when it returns to Musashi not long after the seal is broken.]]

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* [[spoiler:UnholyHolySword: Lumina, UnholyHolySword: [[spoiler:Lumina, on the technicality that the weapon revered for allegedly felling the Wizard of Darkness was merely the seal for the demon in question. The sword itself is good-natured, as seen when it returns to Musashi not long after the seal is broken.]]



* UnknownRival: Kojiro. He tries.

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* %%* UnknownRival: Kojiro. He tries.Kojiro.



* [[ZombieApocalypse Vambee Apocalypse]]: Chapter 3 deals with [[NightOfTheLivingMooks a mysterious outbreak of]] [[MixAndMatchCritters vampiric zombies]]. Musashi has to travel up Twinpeak Mountain to find a cure for Tim (who was attacked by one of these creatures), as well as find the source of the Vambees. [[spoiler:It turns out that they come from a dungeon in the basement of Mannick's Restaurant.]]

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* [[ZombieApocalypse Vambee Apocalypse]]: ZombieApocalypse: Chapter 3 deals with [[NightOfTheLivingMooks a mysterious outbreak of]] [[MixAndMatchCritters vampiric zombies]]. Musashi has to travel up Twinpeak Mountain to find a cure for Tim (who was attacked by one of these creatures), as well as find the source of the Vambees. [[spoiler:It turns out that they come from a dungeon in the basement of Mannick's Restaurant.]]
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