History VideoGame / BreathOfFireII

12th Oct '17 1:15:33 PM HeroicJay
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* DisadvantageousDisintegration: When hunting, Bleu/Deis [[NoKillLikeOverkill rains lightning bolts down on all the animals on the screen]]. This makes her the easiest character to hunt with... if you don't mind getting a lot of nearly-useless Charcoal. %%And despite some rumors, no, Charcoal is not useful for cooking.
28th Mar '17 10:39:40 AM Polokun
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* ThePowerOfFriendship: Not only is it actually a running theme in the game about how far Ryu will go for his friends, or how much all of his companions are willing to go for him for being there for each of their own problems, [[spoiler: it also turns out that this is the true power of Anfini: to revive all of Ryu's friends after being killed by Deathevn so they can help in the final battle.]]
13th Mar '17 12:14:01 PM Twist
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** Since this game avoids LeakedExperience, anyone who you don't use will remain at their original level. This isn't a problem in most cases, even when the game forces you to use a particular character, because you always have at least your other three "mains". Except in two cases, with Sten and Rand. Sten will have to fight a tough boss (albeit with little HP) and go through a short dungeon on his own. The game forces you to use him before then long enough so that he should barely survive. Rand, however, is a completely other story. If you've never used him, he'll be around level 7 or 8 when he will have to solo a very strong enemy with high HP and strenght. Be ready to grind a few hours to get Rand up to par!
11th Feb '17 2:23:21 PM mlsmithca
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* InformedDeformity: It would make a lot more sense if Nina's black wings were actually... You know, black. This might be explained by 1)
with the 8-Bit engine, if they really were black, they'd likely just look like a shadow following her, and 2) you meet Nina around the same time you meet Patty, so the colour change was so you wouldn't mistake one for the other.

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* InformedDeformity: It would make a lot more sense if Nina's black wings were actually... You know, black. This might be explained by 1)
1) with the 8-Bit engine, if they really were black, they'd likely just look like a shadow following her, and 2) you meet Nina around the same time you meet Patty, so the colour change was so you wouldn't mistake one for the other.
30th Jan '17 10:17:07 PM dragonheart1986
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* WakeUpCallBoss: Augus. He gets two turns every round, and one of his actions is to charge up his next attack to do extra damage. Charging up then attacking in the same round will [[OneHitKill one-shot]] Katt even at full health (and Ryu and Rand if they're not pretty close to full health). Oh, and he can heal himself.

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* WakeUpCallBoss: Augus. He gets two turns every round, and one of his actions is to charge up his next attack to do extra damage. Charging up then attacking in the same round will [[OneHitKill one-shot]] Katt even at full health (and Ryu and Rand if they're not pretty close to full health). Oh, and he can heal himself. It's also worth mentioning that charging up his attack doesn't guarantee he won't also get a critical. If he happens to get a critical on his charged attack, it'll easily one-shot even Rand.
30th Jan '17 9:44:36 PM Diesel
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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: The page picture is the original Japanese box art. North America got something close to what one would find in ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian''. In short, [[http://image.com.com/gamespot/images/bigboxshots/0/563530_29076_front.jpg Bow looks like he wants to chew you... with the rest of the crew trying to do the same to you.]]

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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: The page picture is the original Japanese box art. North America got something close to what one would find in ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian''. In short, [[http://image.com.com/gamespot/images/bigboxshots/0/563530_29076_front.[[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/ba/Breathoffire2_box.jpg Bow looks like he wants to chew you... with the rest of the crew trying to do the same to you.]]
23rd Dec '16 1:50:08 PM Gosicrystal
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* [[AbsurdlySpaciousSewer Absurdly Spacious Toilet]]

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* [[AbsurdlySpaciousSewer Absurdly Spacious Toilet]]%%* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: The toilet.



* AnyoneCanDie: [[spoiler: Particularly if you're in the Church of Saint Eva. Tiga, Claris, Ray, Rand's mother, and potentially Ganer all bite it in that area.]]
* ApatheticCitizens: Two flavors.
** First: The citizens of [[FantasyCounterpartCulture Fantasy Counterpart Amphibian France]] Sima Fort on the whole can tell that the person claiming to be prince Jean is an impostor bent on stealing the throne. They also on the whole care a great deal more about [[FrenchCuisineIsHaughty haute cuisine]] and pursuing their various artistic passions than they do about the ongoing coup d'etat. See {{Cloudcuckooland}}, below.

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* AnyoneCanDie: [[spoiler: Particularly [[spoiler:Particularly if you're in the Church of Saint Eva. Tiga, Claris, Ray, Rand's mother, and potentially Ganer all bite it in that area.]]
* ApatheticCitizens: Two flavors.
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** First: The citizens of [[FantasyCounterpartCulture Fantasy Counterpart Amphibian France]] Sima Fort on the whole can tell that the person claiming to be prince Jean is an impostor bent on stealing the throne. They also on the whole care a great deal more about [[FrenchCuisineIsHaughty haute cuisine]] and pursuing their various artistic passions than they do about the ongoing coup d'etat. See {{Cloudcuckooland}}, below.



* BadassPreacher: Ray.

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* %%* BadassPreacher: Ray.



* BigBad: Deathevan.

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* %%* BigBad: Deathevan.



* BlindIdiotTranslation: A famous exponent, to boot; this game came as close to a TranslationTrainWreck as is possible without becoming totally incoherent.
** Led to the ''extremely'' well-done d4s German FanTranslation (complete with the GBA gameplay tweaks added into the SNES game and a new intro that makes great use of original game art). The d4s version has since led to other-language retranslations of the game, such as Ryusui's 2009 English translation.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: A famous exponent, to boot; this game came as close to a TranslationTrainWreck as is possible without becoming totally incoherent.
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incoherent. Led to the ''extremely'' well-done d4s German FanTranslation (complete with the GBA gameplay tweaks added into the SNES game and a new intro that makes great use of original game art). The d4s version has since led to other-language retranslations of the game, such as Ryusui's 2009 English translation.



* BrokenAesop: There's a touching scene with Katt/Lin/Rinpoo (depending on translation), where she [[spoiler: explains to Tiga that people don't just fall in love at first sight. Then it turns out that Ganer and Valerie, Ryu's parents, fell in love at first sight.]]
** [[spoiler: Since we never really see how long Ganer and Valerie dated before they got married, the point may be that it's not good to rush things, especially with love-at-first-sight cases. After all, Tiga practically proposed to Katt the very second he laid eyes on her, which Ganer did ''not'' do.]]

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* BrokenAesop: BrokenAesop:
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There's a touching scene with Katt/Lin/Rinpoo (depending on translation), where she [[spoiler: explains to Tiga that people don't just fall in love at first sight. Then it turns out that Ganer and Valerie, Ryu's parents, fell in love at first sight.]]
** [[spoiler: Since [[spoiler:Since we never really see how long Ganer and Valerie dated before they got married, the point may be that it's not good to rush things, especially with love-at-first-sight cases. After all, Tiga practically proposed to Katt the very second he laid eyes on her, which Ganer did ''not'' do.]]



* ColonyDrop: In the best ending.

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* CrystalDragonJesus: The BigBad is one.

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* %%* CrystalDragonJesus: The BigBad is one.



* EarlyBirdCameo: [[spoiler: The worst ending]] shows the silhouette of the BigBad, far before he normally appears.

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* EarlyBirdCameo: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The worst ending]] shows the silhouette of the BigBad, far before he normally appears.



* {{Glamour}} / MassHypnosis: Evrai seems like a utopia full of happy citizens. [[spoiler: Try to leave, however, and they're revealed to be muttering, brainwashed puppets.]]

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* {{Glamour}} / MassHypnosis: Evrai seems like a utopia full of happy citizens. [[spoiler: Try [[spoiler:Try to leave, however, and they're revealed to be muttering, brainwashed puppets.]]



** The Township's potential inhabitants themselves are a large GuideDangIt on top of that. To the uninitiated: From an early point in the game, you're tasked with turning a single run-down building into a bustling town. The first step is to find a carpenter to build a few houses; the choice of carpenter decides the layout and style of the residential buildings, as well as the function he and his wife serve in their own building. (Hint: The one you want will eventually allow you to cook items, which is a huge GameBreaker when you consider that you can buy two cheap items and turn them into one item that permanently raises one's stats.) Pick a carpenter you don't like, and you can't change them. More to the point, your town has a rather paltry maximum of six houses, so if you're too generous early in the game, you're stuck with losers like Poo (who sits around thanking you and eventually sells an item... ONCE) or El (who literally does nothing). Inviting some of these losers leaves you unable to give houses to people like Yozo (who offers the unique deal of raising one's max AP) or the LostForever Barose (who offers the equally-unique deal of granting spells to any party member you want). The real problem comes into play when you realize that each tenant will only occupy a "certain" house in the township; if you invite El, you can never invite Yozo. A real GuideDangIt for people wondering why a prospective tenant suddenly lost all interest in moving into your town.

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** The Township's potential inhabitants themselves are a large GuideDangIt on top of that. To the uninitiated: From an early point in the game, you're tasked with turning a single run-down building into a bustling town. The first step is to find a carpenter to build a few houses; the choice of carpenter decides the layout and style of the residential buildings, as well as the function he and his wife serve in their own building. (Hint: The one you want will eventually allow you to cook items, which is a huge GameBreaker when you consider that you can buy two cheap items and turn them into one item that permanently raises one's stats.) Pick a carpenter you don't like, and you can't change them. More to the point, your town has a rather paltry maximum of six houses, so if you're too generous early in the game, you're stuck with losers like Poo (who sits around thanking you and eventually sells an item... ONCE) or El (who literally does nothing). Inviting some of these losers leaves you unable to give houses to people like Yozo (who offers the unique deal of raising one's max AP) or the LostForever {{Permanently Missable|Content}} Barose (who offers the equally-unique deal of granting spells to any party member you want). The real problem comes into play when you realize that each tenant will only occupy a "certain" house in the township; if you invite El, you can never invite Yozo. A real GuideDangIt for people wondering why a prospective tenant suddenly lost all interest in moving into your town.



** Yet ''another'' example: Finding all six of the elemental shamans. Using these can power up your characters drastically, but only two of them are encountered in the course of normal play, and of the remaining four, only one (Shin) fails to qualify for this trope, and you get her right before TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon. Seso is at least possible to run into by chance... Except that when you do, she's TakenForGranite, and good luck remembering to go back for her after you lift the curse on everyone in the tower. Solo requires you to donate 2000Z to Namanda, when the game only lets you donate 100Z at a time - the only hint you're given is a wise tree telling you to "be generous with your donations!" and it's entirely probable for a player to miss this tree altogether. The worst part is that Solo won't even show up until after [[spoiler: you level the St. Eva Church]], in a place the player is less than likely to return to, and if you didn't donate 2000Z by this point, Solo is LostForever. And the last shaman, Seny, somehow manages to be even worse - randomly showing up in a dungeon the player beat three hours ago, with no indication whatsoever that anything is different there. This, by the way, is the second method of finding Seny - the first method is such utter GuideDangIt that it took the playerbase '''fifteen years''' after the game's release to find it. If this isn't indicative of ''II'' taking GuideDangIt UpToEleven, nothing is.
* [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal Half-Dressed Petting Zoo People]]: [[CatGirl Katt]], [[BeastMan Tiga]] and [[SnakePeople Bleu / Deis]].

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** Yet ''another'' example: Finding all six of the elemental shamans. Using these can power up your characters drastically, but only two of them are encountered in the course of normal play, and of the remaining four, only one (Shin) fails to qualify for this trope, and you get her right before TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon. Seso is at least possible to run into by chance... Except that when you do, she's TakenForGranite, and good luck remembering to go back for her after you lift the curse on everyone in the tower. Solo requires you to donate 2000Z to Namanda, when the game only lets you donate 100Z at a time - the only hint you're given is a wise tree telling you to "be generous with your donations!" and it's entirely probable for a player to miss this tree altogether. The worst part is that Solo won't even show up until after [[spoiler: you level the St. Eva Church]], in a place the player is less than likely to return to, and if you didn't donate 2000Z by this point, Solo is LostForever.[[PermanentlyMissableContent lost forever]]. And the last shaman, Seny, somehow manages to be even worse - randomly showing up in a dungeon the player beat three hours ago, with no indication whatsoever that anything is different there. This, by the way, is the second method of finding Seny - the first method is such utter GuideDangIt that it took the playerbase '''fifteen years''' after the game's release to find it. If this isn't indicative of ''II'' taking GuideDangIt UpToEleven, nothing is.
* [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal Half-Dressed Petting Zoo People]]: HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: [[CatGirl Katt]], [[BeastMan Tiga]] and [[SnakePeople Bleu / Deis]].



* HandInTheHole

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* HopelessBossFight: The first battle with Barubary.
** Also, optionally, the duel with Tiga.

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* HopelessBossFight: HopelessBossFight:
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The first battle with Barubary.
** Also, optionally, Optionally, the duel with Tiga.



* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Mom]]: [[spoiler: The Church of St. Eva]], after Rand's mother refuses to donate her land.
* InevitableTournament: The contest in Coursair.
* InformedDeformity: It would make a lot more sense if Nina's black wings were actually... You know, black.
** To be fair, in the 8-Bit engine, if they really were black, they'd likely just look like a shadow following her. They could have made them greyscale, but it likely would have made her sprite look bland, so thusly... We have purple.
*** Also you meet Nina around the same time you meet Patty, it's likely the colour change was solely so you wouldn't mistake one for the other.

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* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Mom]]: [[spoiler: The IHaveYourWife: [[spoiler:The Church of St. Eva]], after Rand's mother refuses to donate her land.
* %%* InevitableTournament: The contest in Coursair.
* InformedDeformity: It would make a lot more sense if Nina's black wings were actually... You know, black.
** To
black. This might be fair, in explained by 1)
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the 8-Bit engine, if they really were black, they'd likely just look like a shadow following her. They could have made them greyscale, but it likely would have made her sprite look bland, so thusly... We have purple.
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her, and 2) you meet Nina around the same time you meet Patty, it's likely so the colour change was solely so you wouldn't mistake one for the other.



* [[spoiler: ItsPersonal: Midway through the game, the Rangers Guild gets what their most veteran members declare an impossible task to slay a monster near the town of Gate, where Ryu and Bow first met. They quickly realize it's Barubary, the same monster that nearly killed them as children and [[JumpedAtTheCall take up the mission without a moment's hesitation]]. You can opt to ramp this trope's invocation UpToEleven in the final dungeon, by having Ryu take Barubary on ''solo.'' Revenge will ''never'' be sweeter.]]

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* [[spoiler: ItsPersonal: Midway [[spoiler:Midway through the game, the Rangers Guild gets what their most veteran members declare an impossible task to slay a monster near the town of Gate, where Ryu and Bow first met. They quickly realize it's Barubary, the same monster that nearly killed them as children and [[JumpedAtTheCall take up the mission without a moment's hesitation]]. You can opt to ramp this trope's invocation UpToEleven in the final dungeon, by having Ryu take Barubary on ''solo.'' Revenge will ''never'' be sweeter.]]



* ListingTheFormsOfDegenerates: The [[FanTranslation fan retranslation]] has Father Halk delivering such a litany when describing "all of society's refuse" that the Church will nonetheless gladly take in. [[spoiler: [[ReligionOfEvil No doubt as fodder to summon]] [[EldritchAbomination their dark god.]]]]

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* ListingTheFormsOfDegenerates: The [[FanTranslation fan retranslation]] has Father Halk delivering such a litany when describing "all of society's refuse" that the Church will nonetheless gladly take in. [[spoiler: [[ReligionOfEvil [[spoiler:[[ReligionOfEvil No doubt as fodder to summon]] [[EldritchAbomination their dark god.]]]]



* LostInTranslation: Most of the {{Punny Name}}s and ThemeNaming.
** Also, Gandaroof should've been Romanized as Gandalf.
** The "A" in "A. Sludge" stand for "Atomic", which might explain [[spoiler: why most of the monsters in the island where you fight them are giant]].
* LostForever: Building up the [=TownShip=] community requires previous planning, as there are only 6 available houses, each one with their corresponding tenant. Since it only takes speaking to the tenant to make him/her join, it is quite easy to talk to the wrong {{NPC}} and have a house with an important one occupied forever.
** There's also the [[spoiler: Great Bird]], lost very close to the end, which also leaves Ryu's InfinityPlusOneSword out of reach.
** The Earth Shaman, as mentioned under GuideDangIt.
* LostSuperweapon: [[spoiler: Highfort]]. Surprisingly for a JRPG, Shupkay ''fails'' to reactivate it.

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* LostInTranslation: LostInTranslation:
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Most of the {{Punny Name}}s and ThemeNaming.
** Also, Gandaroof should've been Romanized as Gandalf.
** The "A" in "A. Sludge" stand stands for "Atomic", which might explain [[spoiler: why [[spoiler:why most of the monsters in the island where you fight them are giant]].
* LostForever: Building up the [=TownShip=] community requires previous planning, as there are only 6 available houses, each one with their corresponding tenant. Since it only takes speaking to the tenant to make him/her join, it is quite easy to talk to the wrong {{NPC}} and have a house with an important one occupied forever.
** There's also the [[spoiler: Great Bird]], lost very close to the end, which also leaves Ryu's InfinityPlusOneSword out of reach.
** The Earth Shaman, as mentioned under GuideDangIt.
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LostSuperweapon: [[spoiler: Highfort]].[[spoiler:Highfort]]. Surprisingly for a JRPG, Shupkay ''fails'' to reactivate it.



* MeaningfulName: [[FloatingContinent Township]].

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* MissingMom: [[spoiler: She's around, she's just not able to do much...]]

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* MissingMom: [[spoiler: She's [[spoiler:She's around, she's just not able to do much...]]



* [[MyCountryRightOrWrong My Religion, Right or Wrong]]: Ray knows that [[spoiler: the Church of St. Eva is bad]], but fights you anyway out of loyalty to his adopted father.

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* [[MyCountryRightOrWrong My Religion, Right or Wrong]]: MyCountryRightOrWrong: Ray knows that [[spoiler: the Church of St. Eva is bad]], but fights you anyway out of loyalty to his adopted father.



* OrphansPlotTrinket: The Dragon Tear.
** RelationshipValues: It also measures how close are the characters to Ryu. Subverted in that it barely has any impact in the storyline.
** It allows Ryu (and by extension, the player) to figure out the feelings of the person he's talking to, which can be useful to get some nice upgrades from a (very shy) recruitable NPC.

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* %%* OrphansPlotTrinket: The Dragon Tear.
** RelationshipValues: It also measures how close are the characters to Ryu. Subverted in that it barely has any impact in the storyline.
** It allows Ryu (and by extension, the player) to figure out the feelings of the person he's talking to, which can be useful to get some nice upgrades from a (very shy) recruitable NPC.
Tear.



* PathOfInspiration: [[spoiler: The Church of St. Eva]]. Probably one of the earliest examples of a video game using a religious organization as an antagonist force.
* PeninsulaOfPowerLeveling: Monster Island.

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* PathOfInspiration: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Church of St. Eva]]. Probably one of the earliest examples of a video game using a religious organization as an antagonist force.
* PeninsulaOfPowerLeveling: PeninsulaOfPowerLeveling:
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Monster Island.



* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** Building up the [=TownShip=] community requires previous planning, as there are only 6 available houses, each one with their corresponding tenant. Since it only takes speaking to the tenant to make him/her join, it is quite easy to talk to the wrong {{NPC}} and have a house with an important one occupied forever.
** The [[spoiler:Great Bird]], lost very close to the end, leaves Ryu's InfinityPlusOneSword out of reach.
%%** The Earth Shaman, as mentioned under GuideDangIt.



* RelationshipValues: It also measures how close are the characters to Ryu. Subverted in that it barely has any impact in the storyline. It allows Ryu (and by extension, the player) to figure out the feelings of the person he's talking to, which can be useful to get some nice upgrades from a (very shy) recruitable NPC.
* ReligionOfEvil: Played with [[spoiler: the Church of St. Eva]]. While it's secretly bad to the bone, its believers (and many of its puppet preachers) genuinely believe it's so good and noble as they were told.



* ReligionOfEvil: Played with [[spoiler: the Church of St. Eva]]. While it's secretly bad to the bone, its believers (and many of its puppet preachers) genuinely believe it's so good and noble as they were told.



* TakeAThirdOption

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** Another happens in the best ending. [[spoiler: Ryu is told that [[BigBad Deathevan]] [[AsLongAsThereIsEvil may return]], so he prepares to sacrifice himself by using his dragon form to seal the entrance to the underworld just as his mother did (which is what happens in the bittersweet ending). Then Ryu's father shows up, flying [[FloatingContinent Township]] overhead, which he [[ColonyDrop drops onto the gate]], burying it completely.]]

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** Another happens in In the best ending. ending, [[spoiler: Ryu is told that [[BigBad Deathevan]] [[AsLongAsThereIsEvil may return]], so he prepares to sacrifice himself by using his dragon form to seal the entrance to the underworld just as his mother did (which is what happens in the bittersweet ending). Then Ryu's father shows up, flying [[FloatingContinent Township]] overhead, which he [[ColonyDrop drops onto the gate]], burying it completely.]]



* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: Infinity.

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* %%* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: Infinity.



* WellDoneSonGuy: Averted when Rand's mother [[spoiler: sacrifices herself to save him]].
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: After Patty ([[spoiler: who is really Yua, Ryu's long-lost sister]]) serves her purpose in the plot, close to the end game, she is unceremoniously thrown in the tall grass and ''never seen again''.

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* WellDoneSonGuy: Averted when Rand's mother [[spoiler: sacrifices [[spoiler:sacrifices herself to save him]].
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
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After Patty ([[spoiler: who ([[spoiler:who is really Yua, Ryu's long-lost sister]]) serves her purpose in the plot, close to the end game, she is unceremoniously thrown in the tall grass and ''never seen again''.



* WhereItAllBegan: [[spoiler: Ryu's hometown Gate is where the final dungeon is located]].
* [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude Who Names Their Kid "Baba(del)"?]]: Ryu gets a lot of flak for his alias.

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* WhereItAllBegan: [[spoiler: Ryu's [[spoiler:Ryu's hometown Gate is where the final dungeon is located]].
* [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude Who Names Their Kid "Baba(del)"?]]: WhoNamesTheirKidDude: Ryu gets a lot of flak for his alias.alias, "Baba(del)".



* YouCantGoHomeAgain

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11th Nov '16 11:10:39 PM NoxSky12599
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** The Earth Shaman, as mentioned under GuideDangIt.



* MobileMenace: Teleportation is the ''only'' possible explanation for Habaruku serving as both leader of the St. Eva church ''and'' [[spoiler: priest of a tiny backwater village on another continent]]. For ten years.

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* MobileMenace: Teleportation is the ''only'' possible explanation for Habaruku serving as both leader of the St. Eva church ''and'' [[spoiler: priest of a tiny backwater village on another continent]]. For ten years. (Granted, the game ''does'' have a "Warp" spell.)


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* MutuallyExclusivePowerups: Each of the six Shamans can only be fused to one character at a time, with several characters' most powerful forms requiring a specific combination of Shamans. Want to use Nina's most powerful fused form? Then you're not gonna be having Sten's or Jean's in the same party.
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* LeotardOfPower: They actually have an armor called [=LeotrdCL=], wearable by the female characters. Not very protective, though.[Note]Apparently, "[=CL=]" stands for either "Cloth" or "Clothing"[/Note]
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* ShoutOutThemeNaming: Elforan and Gedd are named after ''Literature/EarthseaTrilogy'' characters.

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Elforan and Gedd are named after ''Literature/EarthseaTrilogy'' ''Literature/{{Earthsea}}'' characters.
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