History VideoGame / BraveFrontier

3rd Aug '16 11:45:53 PM SonicGamer07
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AlternateSelf: Omni Evolutions are based on WhatIf versions of the characters, had they avoided their original fates. This is more pronounced with the Japanese version of the game, where they are known as ''Dream'' Evolutions.

to:

* AlternateSelf: Omni Evolutions are based on WhatIf versions of the characters, had they avoided their original fates. This is more pronounced with the Japanese version of the game, where they are known as ''Dream'' Evolutions. Played with with the Paradox Blossoms; their Omnis are not WhatIf versions, [[spoiler:but they're alternate selves of each other, hence the title ''Paradox'' Blossoms.]]
19th Jul '16 7:49:32 PM Kindle4Light
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* CompetitiveBalance: Each unit, on an individual basis, has a different Type containing bonuses and penalties that affects their stat growth. Each Type can play to the strengths or weaknesses of a unit, which in a meta sense, determines their overall worth as a unit. The types are like the following equivalents: JackOfAllStats for Lord, GlassCannon for Breaker, MightyGlacier for Anima and Guardian and FragileSpeedster for Oracle.

to:

* CompetitiveBalance: Each unit, on an individual basis, has a different Type containing bonuses and penalties that affects their stat growth. Each Type can play to the strengths or weaknesses of a unit, which in a meta sense, determines their overall worth as a unit. The types are like the following equivalents: JackOfAllStats for Lord, GlassCannon for Breaker, MightyGlacier for Anima and Guardian and FragileSpeedster for Oracle.Oracle (if you interpret speed by how fast the unit recovers).
16th Jul '16 6:21:31 PM McSlendy
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** [[TheParalyzer Paralysis]] (Prevents unit movement for 3 turns)
** [[UniversalPoison Poison]] (Damages unit's HP for 3 turns)
** [[{{Silenced}} Curse]] (Prevents the filling up and usage of Brave Bursts for 3 turns)

to:

** [[TheParalyzer Paralysis]] (Prevents unit movement for 3 turns)
movement)
** [[UniversalPoison Poison]] (Damages unit's HP for 3 turns)
HP)
** [[{{Silenced}} Curse]] (Prevents the filling up and usage of a unit's Brave Bursts for 3 turns)Bursts)



** An increase in the Brave Burst, Spark and CRIT damage of a unit.

to:

** An increase in the Brave Burst, Spark and or CRIT damage of a unit.unit.
** A slight increase in a unit's Brave Burst Gauge for every Spark or Critical Hit dealt.



** Enhanced chances of BC, HC and Items dropping from enemies.

to:

** Enhanced chances of BC, HC Brave Crystals, Heart Crystals and Items dropping from enemies.enemies.
** More effective Brave and Heart Crystals.



** The enhancing of a unit's attack with additional elemental or Status Ailment-inflicting properties. The former allows your units to have an elemental advantage against their respective target regardless of their original element, while the latter allows them to debilitate their enemies despite normally lacking the ability to do so.
*** Damage Mitigation, which reduces a percentage of damage taken. This becomes crucial when enemies begin using [[DeathOfAThousandCuts attacks with a ridiculous amount of hits]], begin to apply [[ArmorPiercingAttack DEF-ignoring buffs on themselves]], and [[FixedDamageAttack fixed damage attacks]] that can kill most units in an instant without this or guarding... [[OhCrap or both.]]
*** Shield, where a percentage of a unit's HP is used to create a temporary protective barrier that soaks up damage in place of the unit without having sacrifice the unit's current HP.
*** Resurrection, where a unit will automatically revive when downed, usually at full HP.
* StatusBuffDispel: Comes in two nasty varieties, which you'll see frequently as you take on the game's harder content. Some bosses will strip away whatever buffs you currently have cast on your units, and this includes the all-but-necessary 50% damage mitigation. Others can cause Leader Skill Lock, negating the effects of your team's Leader Skills for multiple turns.
* StockMonsters: With over ''1,100'' units (including Japanese exclusives), expect all of them to fit into one of its category, in one way or another. Look up in the Summon Units section in the character page for individual examples.

to:

** The enhancing of a unit's attack capabilities with additional elemental or Status Ailment-inflicting ailment-inflicting properties. The former allows your units to have an elemental advantage against their respective target enemies regardless of their original element, while the latter allows them to debilitate their enemies despite normally lacking the ability to do so.
*** Damage Mitigation, which reduces a percentage of the damage taken. that your units will take by a percentage. This becomes crucial when enemies begin using [[DeathOfAThousandCuts attacks with a ridiculous amount of hits]], begin to apply [[ArmorPiercingAttack DEF-ignoring buffs on themselves]], and [[FixedDamageAttack fixed damage attacks]] that can kill most units in an instant without this or guarding...and Guarding... [[OhCrap or both.]]
*** Shield, where a percentage of a unit's HP is used to create a temporary protective barrier that soaks up damage in place of the unit unit, without having to sacrifice the unit's current HP.
*** Resurrection, where a unit will automatically revive once when it is close to being downed, usually at healed from 1 HP to full HP.
HP.
*** Stealth, where a unit will be unable to be targeted by an enemy until the effect comes off.
*** Taunt, where a unit will force enemies to target only it, allowing other units to attack, heal or buff themselves without repercussion.
* StatusBuffDispel: Comes in two nasty varieties, which you'll see frequently as you take on the game's harder content. Some bosses will strip away whatever buffs you currently have cast on your units, and this includes the all-but-necessary 50% damage mitigation. Damage Mitigation. Others can also cause Leader Skill Lock, negating a debuff that negates the effects of your team's Leader Skills Skill for multiple turns.
* StockMonsters: With over ''1,100'' units (including Japanese exclusives), expect all of them to fit into one of its this category, in one way or another. Look up in the Summon Units section in the character page for individual examples.



* TechnicolorToxin: Usually, going with the eastern version, the Poison status is purple in color, but its symbol shows green bubbles on a purple background.
* TurnsRed: Some bosses can have their ATK enhanced when their HP is at half or less, or have a StatusBuff automatically applied to themselves instead.
* UselessUsefulSpell: Generally, Sickness does not really affect in-game enemies since they don't receive Battle or Heart Crystals when they're attacking. However, they do affect computer-controlled enemies in the Arena and Challenge Arena.

to:

* TechnicolorToxin: Usually, going with the eastern version, the Poison status is purple in color, but its it's symbol shows green bubbles on a purple background.
* TurnsRed: Some bosses can have enhance their ATK enhanced stats when their HP is at half or less, or have a one StatusBuff or more automatically applied to themselves instead.
instead. The more dangerous bosses can also employ special attacks on top of both, which can leave your units in a really bad shape.
* UselessUsefulSpell: Generally, Sickness does not really affect in-game enemies since they don't receive Battle or Heart Crystals when they're attacking. However, they do affect computer-controlled enemies enemy player teams in the Arena, Challenge Arena and Challenge Arena.Coliseum.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In-universe, this is the entire concept of Omni Evolution units, as they show what would've happened to them if certain events were to happen differently (the Six Heroes surviving the war of the gods being an example of that).

to:

* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In-universe, this is the entire concept of Omni Evolution units, as they show what would've happened to them if certain events were to happen differently (the Six Heroes surviving the war War of the gods Gods being an example of that).
14th Jul '16 3:19:07 PM McSlendy
Is there an issue? Send a Message


You play as a Summoner chosen by the God of the Gate, Lucius, to defeat the Four Fallen Gods, starting with Maxwell the Fallen Creator. Having up to five units in a squad (with one more provided from a friend), you battle against a series of enemies and undergo Quests as you travel through each world. Along the way you may summon or capture more units, gather resources such as Zel and Karma, and acquire equipment called Spheres to slowly build your own army of mighty summoned units.

It is currently available to play on the mobile operating systems Android and iOS and on mobile versions of Windows.

You may download it from [[https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/brave-frontier/id694609161?mt=8 Apple Store]], [[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=sg.gumi.bravefrontier Google Market]] or [[http://www.amazon.com/gumi-Brave-Frontier/dp/B00HY5QKHQ/ref=sr_1_14?s=mobile-apps&ie=UTF8&qid=1391181849&sr=1-14&keywords=brave+frontier Kindle Fire]].

to:

You play as a Summoner chosen by the God of the Gate, Lucius, to defeat the Four Fallen Gods, starting with Maxwell the Fallen Creator. Having up to five units in a squad (with one more provided from a friend), you battle against a series of enemies and undergo Quests as you travel through each world. Along the way you may can summon or capture more units, gather resources such as Zel and Karma, and acquire equipment called Spheres to slowly build and strengthen your own army of mighty summoned units.

It is currently available to play on the mobile operating systems Android and Android, iOS and on mobile versions of Windows.

You may can download it from [[https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/brave-frontier/id694609161?mt=8 Apple Store]], [[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=sg.gumi.bravefrontier Google Market]] or [[http://www.amazon.com/gumi-Brave-Frontier/dp/B00HY5QKHQ/ref=sr_1_14?s=mobile-apps&ie=UTF8&qid=1391181849&sr=1-14&keywords=brave+frontier Kindle Fire]].



* AIRoulette: You don't get to control your team in the Arena, and most units have only a 60% chance of using their Brave Bursts when they become available. This gives the computer-controlled enemy team a fighting chance, but it also leads to many frustrating moments.
* AllThereInTheManual: Most of the lore and world-building can be found in Unit Guide and Item Guide, which are accessible in Randall's Imperial Library. The ages of [=NPCs=] are revealed in the first official artbook. Other miscellanous things like Units' ages are often revealed in Q&As section of Japanese livestream broadcast and official guidebooks.
* AlternateSelf: Omni Evolutions are based on WhatIf versions of the characters had they avoided their original fates. This is more pronounced with the Japanese version, where they are known as ''Dream'' Evolutions.

to:

* AIRoulette: You don't get to control your team in the Arena, Arena and Coliseum, and most units have only a 60% chance of using their Brave Bursts when they become available. This gives the computer-controlled enemy player team a fighting chance, but it also leads to many frustrating moments.
* AllThereInTheManual: Most of the lore and world-building can be found in the Unit Guide and Item Guide, Guides, which are accessible in Randall's the Randall Imperial Library. The ages of [=NPCs=] are revealed in the first official artbook. Other miscellanous Meanwhile, other miscellaneous things like Units' the units' ages are often revealed in Q&As section the Q&A sections of the Japanese livestream broadcast broadcasts and official guidebooks.
* AlternateSelf: Omni Evolutions are based on WhatIf versions of the characters characters, had they avoided their original fates. This is more pronounced with the Japanese version, version of the game, where they are known as ''Dream'' Evolutions.



** In 2014, a special dungeon opened up involving Burny and Friends (who are pretty much the weakest enemies in the game) taking over the Adventurer's Prairie, the beginning area of the game. If you completed said dungeon for the first time, you would get a special Sphere. But the dungeon was anything but easy, seeing as how Burny and Friends kept attacking your units multiple times in the same turn and pretty much had the health of powerful bosses.

to:

** In 2014, a special dungeon opened up involving Burny and Friends (who are pretty much the weakest enemies in the game) taking over the Adventurer's Prairie, the beginning area of the game. If you completed said dungeon for the first time, you would get a special Sphere. But the dungeon was anything but easy, seeing as how Burny and Friends kept attacking can attack your units multiple times in the same turn and pretty much had the health of powerful bosses.



* AreaOfEffect: Although most units have Brave Bursts that affect their enemies' side, most bosses are also able to damage all of their opponents at once, with or without using their Brave Bursts. This also especially applies to some of them as their Brave Bursts often involves healing or supporting their team instead.

to:

* AreaOfEffect: Although most units have Brave Bursts that affect their enemies' side, enemies, most bosses are also able to damage all of their opponents at once, with or without using their Brave Bursts. This also especially applies to some of them as their Brave Bursts often involves healing or supporting their team instead.



* BonusBoss: The Trials bosses are this. Winning against them gives you a PurposelyOverpowered unit, or at least compared to the bosses' current levels.

to:

* BonusBoss: The Trials bosses are this. Winning against most of them gives you a PurposelyOverpowered unit, or at least compared to the Trials bosses' current levels.



** The Grand Gaia Chronicles dungeons, which includes three quest levels based on the lore of a set of units (Including the Six Heroes, the Saviors of Palmyna, Kikuri and Sefia, Ten-Winged Tormentor, Disastrous Beast, the Twelve Guardians of the Gods, the Elgaian Refugee Leaders, and the Six Armors so far) that rewards [[InfinityPlusOneSword very powerful Spheres.]] There are also the Extra Trials of Lugina, Seria, Karl, Xenon & Estia, the Battle Maidens, and more; all of which will also reward very powerful Spheres.

to:

** The Grand Gaia Chronicles dungeons, which includes three quest levels based on the lore of a set of units (Including the Six Heroes, the Saviors of Palmyna, Kikuri and Sefia, Ten-Winged Tormentor, Disastrous Beast, the Twelve Guardians of the Gods, the Elgaian Refugee Leaders, and the Six Armors so far) that rewards [[InfinityPlusOneSword very powerful Spheres.]] ]]
**
There are also the Extra Trials of Lugina, Seria, Karl, Xenon & Estia, the Battle Maidens, and more; all of which will also reward very powerful Spheres.



** The status immunity Extra Skills of 7-Stars units who specializes on status ailment curing and nullifying. They seems redundant at first and extremely boring when compared to other flashy potential Extra Skills, but the ability to give your anti-ailment unit unrestricted variations of other Spheres is extremely valuable, turning it into one of the best Extra Skills you could ever ask for.
** Grahdens' Leader/Friend Skill improves all your stats and mitigates some damage from Light and Dark enemies. It sounds lame, but he improves your survivability considerably and gives elemental advantages to your entire team, both of which are further helped by the massive amount of Light and Dark bosses in the game. And he's a free unit to boot! If you beat his Trial, that is. Overall, there is a good reason why Grahdens is regarded as one of the best units in the game despite his lower evolutionary level.

to:

** The status immunity Status Immunity Extra Skills of 7-Stars and Omni units who specializes on status ailment in curing and nullifying. nullifying status ailments. They seems may seem redundant at first and extremely boring when compared to other flashy potential Extra Skills, but the ability to give your anti-ailment unit unrestricted variations of other Spheres is extremely valuable, turning it into one of the best Extra Skills you could ever ask for.
** Grahdens' Leader/Friend Skill improves all of your units' stats and mitigates some damage from Light and Dark enemies. It sounds may sound lame, but he improves your survivability considerably and gives elemental advantages to your entire team, both of which are further helped by the massive amount of Light and Dark enemies and bosses in the game. And he's a free unit to boot! If you beat his Trial, that is. Overall, there is a good reason why Grahdens is regarded as one of the best units in the game despite his lower evolutionary level.level... which has since been raised.



* CastHerd: Units are conveniently divided by their batches (for Rare Summons) or the region they start to appear in (for [[{{Mook}} Mooks]]). Other than those, units can also be classified by their elements, their area of origin, the other units they have connections with, their allegiances, and something minor that they may have in common.
* ClassChangeLevelReset: All units that can evolve, but played literally with the human characters.

to:

* CastHerd: Units are conveniently divided by their batches (for Rare Summons) or by the region they start to appear in (for [[{{Mook}} Mooks]]). Other than those, units can also be classified by their elements, their area of origin, the other units they have connections with, their allegiances, and something minor that they may have in common.
* ClassChangeLevelReset: All units that can evolve, but and played literally with the human characters.



* CompetitiveBalance: Each unit, on an individual basis, has a different Type containing bonuses and penalties that affects their stat growth. Each Type can play to the strengths or weaknesses of a unit, which in a meta sense, determines their overall worth as a unit. The types are like the following equivalents: JackOfAllStats for Lord, GlassCannon for Breaker, tougher but harder to heal for Anima and Guardian and fragile but easier to heal Oracle.

to:

* CompetitiveBalance: Each unit, on an individual basis, has a different Type containing bonuses and penalties that affects their stat growth. Each Type can play to the strengths or weaknesses of a unit, which in a meta sense, determines their overall worth as a unit. The types are like the following equivalents: JackOfAllStats for Lord, GlassCannon for Breaker, tougher but harder to heal MightyGlacier for Anima and Guardian and fragile but easier to heal FragileSpeedster for Oracle.



** The Battle Maidens, the Soul Bound Saga units, and 2 of the 3 Christmas units are all borrowed directly from ''Puzzle Trooper'', another mobile game developed by Gumi Inc. They've been given different names, but otherwise they remain identical to their ''Puzzle Trooper'' counterparts.

to:

** The Battle Maidens, the Soul Bound Saga units, and 2 of the 3 Christmas units are all borrowed directly from ''Puzzle Trooper'', another mobile game developed by Gumi Inc.A-lim. They've been given different names, but otherwise they remain identical to their ''Puzzle Trooper'' counterparts.



*** The first is with the [[{{VideoGame/SaGa}} Emperor's SaGa]], which is a case of NoExportForYou for Global server players.

to:

*** The first is with the [[{{VideoGame/SaGa}} Emperor's SaGa]], which is a case of NoExportForYou for Global server Server players.



* CoolOldGuy: Most prominent with Lorand, Grahdens and later, Darvanshel and Oguro. All of them are very cool and hit very ''hard''.
* DamageIncreasingDebuff: The Weakened Stat Ailment and DEF-stat-lowering, both of which causes the unit to receive more damage.

to:

* CoolOldGuy: Most prominent with Lorand, Grahdens Grahdens, Darvanshel, Oguro and later, Darvanshel and Oguro.Griff. All of them are very cool and hit very ''hard''.
* DamageIncreasingDebuff: The Weakened Stat Ailment stat ailment and DEF-stat-lowering, the DEF debuff, both of which causes the afflicted unit to receive more damage.



* DishingOutDirt: Despite the impression the English translation gives, only a few Earth Units visually have that power.

to:

* DishingOutDirt: Despite the impression the English translation gives, only a few Earth Units units visually have that power.



** Helpful gods like Lucius and his disciple, Tilith, who asks you to beat the villainous Fallen Four Gods. [[spoiler:At least, at first.]]

to:

** Helpful gods like Lucius and his disciple, Tilith, who asks you to beat the villainous Fallen Four Gods. [[spoiler:At least, least at first.]]



* GameBreakingBug: A rather irritating one occasionally causes the game to register the current Quest as having twice as many battles it actually has, although the endboss will still be fought after the correct number of battles. Once the boss is defeated, the game will try to load up the next battle, even though the Quest should have ended at this point, and then crash. Since there's no way to complete the Quest at this point, the only option is to quit, throwing out all of your spoils and wasting your time and Energy.

to:

* GameBreakingBug: A rather irritating one occasionally causes the game to register the current Quest as having twice as many battles it actually has, although the endboss boss will still be fought after the correct number of battles. Once the boss is defeated, the game will try to load up the next battle, even though the Quest should have ended at this point, and then crash. Since there's no way to complete the Quest at this point, point the only option is to quit, throwing out all of your spoils and wasting your time and Energy.



** There's a Raid-exclusive item named "Doom Ring". It drops from the lower body part of Nalda Delia, a demon who is basically a giant male humanoid monster. The worst part? Nalda Delia has an attack named ''Lust Stake''.
** In Cursed Flame Armor's Grand Gaia Chronicles, Shida asked Logan what would he sacrifice to gain power. Logan offered his "useless" body. Shida was amused and proclaimed to make a good use of Logan's body, which Logan quickly agreed. Then he laughed and asked Logan again whether he's ready for receiving his power, and whether his power "hurt". Doesn't help that Logan ''moaned'' after receiving Shida's power. Even with contexts, the whole conversation seems like it came straight from BoysLove genre.

to:

** There's a Raid-exclusive Raid Battle-exclusive item named "Doom Ring". It drops from the lower body part of Nalda Delia, a demon who is basically a giant male humanoid monster. The worst part? Nalda Delia has an attack named ''Lust Stake''.
** In Cursed Flame Armor's Grand Gaia Chronicles, Shida asked Logan what would he sacrifice to gain power. Logan offered his "useless" body. Shida was amused and proclaimed to make a good use of Logan's body, which Logan quickly agreed. Then he laughed and asked Logan again whether he's ready for receiving his power, and whether his power "hurt". Doesn't help that Logan ''moaned'' after receiving Shida's power. Even with contexts, the whole conversation seems like it came straight from the BoysLove genre.



* GreenThumb: The Earth element is actually this. Its Japanese name is translated to "Wood".
* GuideDangIt: Most materials acquired from Raid. Some of them drop from certain parts of a boss, like their wings or legs, and you need to kill that part first to even have the chance of that item dropping... But the problem comes when that part has Crit Resistance, more DEF and HP than all of the other parts together, or when you have people who have no idea what to do joining you to help kill the boss, which basically and automatically ruins your chances of killing that part first unless you manage to do so before they do.

to:

* GreenThumb: The Earth element is actually this. Its It's Japanese name is translated to "Wood".
* GuideDangIt: Most materials acquired from Raid.Raid Battle. Some of them drop from certain parts of a boss, like their wings or legs, and you need to kill that part first to even have the chance of that item dropping... But the problem comes when that part has Crit CRIT Resistance, more DEF and HP than all of the other parts together, or when you have people who have no idea what to do joining you to help kill the boss, which basically and automatically ruins your chances of killing that part first unless you manage to do so before they do.



** Present in water-based levels, where you'll see [[Characters/BraveFrontierUnitsPart1 Mermen]] and pirates ([[Characters/BraveFrontierUnitsPart1 Pirate Verica]]) in a snowy path (Mistral's Egor Snowfield) or a yeti ([[Characters/BraveFrontierUnitsPart3 Wendigo]]) deep in a ship sunk down the ocean floor (Amdahl's Ghost Ship Legnia). This is because [[MakingASplash Water]] and [[AnIcePerson Ice]] are grouped together as a single unit.
** And things get weirder as you go through seemingly singled-elemental level mixed with different elemental monsters like encountering a small tree ([[Characters/BraveFrontierUnitsPart1 Polevik]]) in a room filled with lava (Past Special Event's Blistering Cave).

to:

** Present in water-based levels, where you'll see [[Characters/BraveFrontierUnitsPart1 Mermen]] and pirates ([[Characters/BraveFrontierUnitsPart1 Pirate Verica]]) in a snowy path (Mistral's Egor Snowfield) or a yeti ([[Characters/BraveFrontierUnitsPart3 Wendigo]]) deep in a ship sunk down the ocean floor (Amdahl's Ghost Ship Legnia). This is because [[MakingASplash Water]] and [[AnIcePerson Ice]] are grouped together as a single unit.
element.
** And things get weirder as you go through seemingly singled-elemental level single-elemental levels mixed with different elemental monsters like encountering a small tree ([[Characters/BraveFrontierUnitsPart1 Polevik]]) in a room filled with lava (Past Special Event's Blistering Cave).



* HeroicMime: The Summoner gets no lines of dialogue in the game's cutscenes. The other characters often [[LampshadeHanging mention how you haven't said anything]].

to:

* HeroicMime: The Summoner (aka You) gets no lines of dialogue in the game's cutscenes. The other characters often [[LampshadeHanging mention how you haven't said anything]].



** The Summoner's Research Lab gives you a nerfed version of the boss from the Trial you've just beat, and they tend to be on the higher end of the power spectrum. So far in the Global version there's Karl, Grahdens, Maxwell, Cardes, Zevalhua, Afla Dilith, [[spoiler:Ark]], Xie' Jing, Gazia, and [[spoiler:Lucius, with Karna Masta coming in the near future]].
** Grand Quests gives you the materials to evolve some Mock units to their 6-Stars form and they also house some powerful spheres on their own. They aren't too hard, although getting something out of them requires some dedicated grinding and Energy commitment. For example, to get the 6-Stars form of Grahdens, you'll need 4 different squads and a minimum of 240 Energy for the quest cost to get the 100% achievement score.
** The Grand Gaia Chronicles Quests will give you powerful Spheres after clearing a set of three difficult dungeons. Every one of them is required to be completed to get them so they can activate the Extra Skills of their respective owners' 7-Stars forms.

to:

** The Summoner's Research Lab gives you a nerfed version of the boss from the Trial you've just beat, and they tend to be on the higher end of the power spectrum. So far in the Global version Server there's Karl, Grahdens, Maxwell, Cardes, Zevalhua, Afla Dilith, [[spoiler:Ark]], Xie' Jing, Gazia, and [[spoiler:Lucius, with Karna Masta coming in the near future]].
** Grand Quests gives you the materials to evolve some Mock units to their 6-Stars form and they also house some powerful spheres Spheres on their own. They aren't too hard, although getting something the most out of them requires some dedicated grinding and Energy commitment. For example, to get the 6-Stars form of Grahdens, you'll need 4 different squads and a minimum of 240 Energy ''240 Energy'' to cover for the quest cost to get of getting the 100% achievement score.
score.
** The Grand Gaia Chronicles Quests quests will give you powerful Spheres after clearing a set of three or so difficult dungeons. Every one of them is required to be completed to get them so they can activate the Extra Skills of their respective owners' 7-Stars or Omni forms.



*** The Six Pillars set gives you [[spoiler:a part of Feeva's crystal that was left behind after fighting Lucius.]]

to:

*** The Six Pillars set gives you [[spoiler:a part of Feeva's crystal that was left behind after fighting they fought Lucius.]]



** Beating some extra quest missions and Trials will now also give some materials to evolve some Mock units to their 7-Star forms. Mission wise, it's Paris, Lugina, Seria and Karl. Trial wise, it's Owen, Grahdens and Tilith.

to:

** Beating some extra quest missions Quests and Trials will now also give some materials to evolve some Mock units to their 7-Star forms. Mission wise, Mission-wise, it's Paris, Lugina, Seria and Karl. Trial wise, Trial-wise, it's Owen, Grahdens and Tilith.



** Omni Evolutions are signified by boasting a circled rainbow star as opposed to the normally-gold stars.
* LimitBreak: The Overdrive and Ultimate Brave Burst mechanics for the Seven Star and Omni Evolutions units.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: As of September 2015, there are '''1,124''' units in both Japanese and Global versions, so it'll be easy for the player to lose count. Excluding evolutions and utility units (which are best-suited to be expended for EXP, evolution, Zel or stat boosts), there are ''383'' individual playable characters in both versions.
* LostForever: Collaboration dungeons and certain exclusives don't come back after the Rare Summon Gate or Vortex Dungeon they're featured in, unless the event encores.
* LuckBasedMission: Since whether or not a defeated enemy gets added to your collection is based entirely on chance, any venture in which your goal is to acquire a specific unit inevitably becomes this. It gets especially grating in cases where getting the monster you're looking for to even show up at all is in ''itself'' a Luck-Based Mission, since the order of enemy formations that appear in the various dungeons is also completely random. Basically, you'll get what you want - when you want it - if the game happens to be in a good mood.
* MirrorUniverse: The aptly-named Mirror World Vortex Dungeon exclusive to the European version, where you are tasked with helping good versions of the Four Fallen Gods in their battle against sagraV, an evil version of Vargas.
* {{Mons}}: They are in the form of units. They may be either collected in the forms of defeated enemies or obtained through Honor or Rare Summons and are usually used in battles, and if not, as a fusing or evolving ingredient.

to:

** Omni Evolutions are signified by boasting a circled rainbow star star, as opposed to the normally-gold eight normal gold stars.
* LimitBreak: The Overdrive and Ultimate Brave Burst mechanics for the Seven Star 7-Stars and Omni Evolutions Evolution units.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: As of September 2015, there are '''1,124''' units in both Japanese and Global versions, so it'll be easy for the player to lose count. Excluding evolutions and utility units (which are best-suited to be expended for EXP, evolution, Zel or stat boosts), boosts) there are ''383'' individual playable characters in both versions.
versions, and counting.
* LostForever: Collaboration dungeons and certain exclusives don't come back after the Rare Summon Gate or Vortex Dungeon they're featured in, in finishes, unless the event encores.
* LuckBasedMission: Since whether or not a defeated enemy gets added to your collection is based entirely on chance, any venture in which your goal is to acquire a specific unit inevitably becomes this. It gets especially grating in cases where getting the monster unit you're looking for to even show up at all is in ''itself'' a Luck-Based Mission, since the order of enemy formations that appear in the various dungeons is also completely random. Basically, you'll get what you want - when you want it - if the game happens to be in a good mood.
* MirrorUniverse: The aptly-named Mirror World Vortex Dungeon exclusive to the European version, Server, where you are tasked with helping good versions of the Four Fallen Gods in their battle against sagraV, an evil version of Vargas.
* {{Mons}}: They are in the form of units. They may can be either collected in the forms of defeated enemies or obtained through Honor or Rare Summons and are usually used in battles, and battles. Or if not, as a fusing or evolving ingredient.ingredient to strengthen other units.



* NoMouth: Pretty much all of the recruitable units. Their full art versions as seen in-story avert this.

to:

* NoMouth: Pretty much all of the recruitable human(oid) units. Their full art versions as seen in-story avert this.



* SolarAndLunar: Light and Dark, the two contrastig elements, are represented by the sun and the crescent moon, respectively.
* SpecialAttack: In the form of a Brave Burst, Super Brave Burst, or Ultimate Brave Burst.
* SpinOff: Currently has four, all in form of web comics.

to:

* SolarAndLunar: Light and Dark, the two contrastig contrasting elements, are represented by the sun and the crescent moon, respectively.
* SpecialAttack: In the form of a Brave Burst, Super Brave Burst, or Ultimate Brave Burst.
Burst. Some enemies and bosses also have more than one special attack, most of which are unusable by the player.
* SpinOff: Currently has four, all in form of web comics.comics:



* StandardStatusEffect: These are the following Status Ailments in battle:

to:

* StandardStatusEffect: These are the following Status Ailments status ailments in battle:



** [[{{Silenced}} Curse]] (Prevents the filling up and usage of Brave Bursts)

to:

** [[{{Silenced}} Curse]] (Prevents the filling up and usage of Brave Bursts)Bursts for 3 turns)



** An increase in the HP, ATK, DEF or REC status of a unit.

to:

** An increase in the HP, ATK, DEF or DEF, REC or CRIT status of a unit.unit.
** An increase in the Brave Burst, Spark and CRIT damage of a unit.
** An increased number of hits that a unit can deal per normal attack.
** Enhanced chances of BC, HC and Items dropping from enemies.
13th Jul '16 10:55:03 PM smartguy36
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Cranked UpToEleven with the release of 7-Stars units, where Selena can solo ''nearly everything'' if she has her Extra Skill activated when equipped with the Lexida Sphere, namely the first two Trials and Vargas' Grand Gaia Chronicles dungeon quest set.

to:

** Cranked UpToEleven with the release of 7-Stars 7-Star units and Omni Evolution units, where Selena can solo ''nearly everything'' if she has her Extra Skill activated when equipped with the Lexida Sphere, namely the first two Trials and Vargas' Grand Gaia Chronicles dungeon quest set.
13th Jul '16 10:50:51 PM smartguy36
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** {{VideoGame/Deemo}}, Music/{{Vocaloid}}, and VideoGame/ChainChronicle have also shown up in both versions of the game.
*** Other crossovers including the [[Franchise/TalesSeries Tales of Link]], ''Phantom of the Kill'', ''Terra Battle'', ''Thousand Memories'', and ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse''.

to:

*** {{VideoGame/Deemo}}, Music/{{Vocaloid}}, VideoGame/ChainChronicle, [[Franchise/TalesSeries Tales of Link]], and VideoGame/ChainChronicle ''Phantom of the Kill'' have also shown up in both versions of the game.
*** Other crossovers including the [[Franchise/TalesSeries Tales of Link]], ''Phantom of the Kill'', include ''Terra Battle'', ''Thousand Memories'', ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'', and ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse''.''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters''.
3rd Jul '16 2:05:57 PM Discar
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* OutsideContextVillain: [[spoiler: The final bosses of each world (as well as a former special event boss) are not obtainable units. You wouldn't even acquire the few exceptions as themselves, instead getting a weaker but nonetheless still powerful Mock version of them through the Summoner's Research Lab's Trials.]]

to:

* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: [[spoiler: The final bosses of each world (as well as a former special event boss) are not obtainable units. You wouldn't even acquire the few exceptions as themselves, instead getting a weaker but nonetheless still powerful Mock version of them through the Summoner's Research Lab's Trials.]]
21st Jun '16 8:23:53 PM Kindle4Light
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ColorCodedElements: Usually, Fire is associated with Red, WaterIsBlue, Earth is Green, [[YellowLightningBlueLightning Thunder is Yellow]], Light is White and Dark is Purple.

to:

* ColorCodedElements: Usually, Generally, [[FireIsRed Fire is associated with Red, Red]], WaterIsBlue, Earth is Green, [[YellowLightningBlueLightning Thunder is Yellow]], Light is White and Dark is Purple.
2nd Jun '16 2:34:02 AM Kindle4Light
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In most unit batches, all Six Elements Ensemble in a single CastHerd, with the additional two including Light and Dark. They clash with each other, but have no elemental relationship with any of the four.

to:

** In most Most unit batches, all Six Elements Ensemble in a single CastHerd, batches play this with the additional two including Light and Dark. They clash with each other, but have no elemental relationship with any a variant of the four.all six elements being used.
25th May '16 2:12:07 AM Kindle4Light
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* BoringButPractical: The status immunity Extra Skills of 7-Stars units who specializes on status ailment curing and nullifying. They seems redundant at first and extremely boring when compared to other flashy potential Extra Skills, but the ability to give your anti-ailment unit unrestricted variations of other Spheres is extremely valuable, turning it into one of the best Extra Skills you could ever ask for.

to:

* BoringButPractical: BoringButPractical:
**
The status immunity Extra Skills of 7-Stars units who specializes on status ailment curing and nullifying. They seems redundant at first and extremely boring when compared to other flashy potential Extra Skills, but the ability to give your anti-ailment unit unrestricted variations of other Spheres is extremely valuable, turning it into one of the best Extra Skills you could ever ask for.
This list shows the last 10 events of 200. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=VideoGame.BraveFrontier