History VideoGame / ChildrenOfMana

6th Jan '16 9:24:40 PM spirasen
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* PinballProjectile: Any enemy hit by the hammer will be knocked back and into nearby walls, taking damage with each hit. If that enemy hits another enemy, they both go flying. If a pinball enemy hits the player character, you become the projectile. Given how many other objects you need to hit with the hammer, it's a toss up whether you save time switching weapons every few seconds or just spending half of your time as a pinball.
* ShiftingSandLand: The Fiery Sands of Jadd

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* PinballProjectile: Any enemy hit by the hammer will be knocked back back, and into nearby walls, taking damage with each hit. If that enemy hits another enemy, they both go flying. If a pinball enemy hits the player character, you become the projectile. Given how many other objects you need to hit with the hammer, it's a toss up whether you save time switching weapons every few seconds seconds, or just spending half of your time as a pinball.
* ShiftingSandLand: The Fiery Sands of JaddJadd.



* SquishyWizard: Poppen

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* SquishyWizard: PoppenPoppen.



* SuperDickery: The opening scrawl says how this is the story of the one time the Sword of Mana was used against Mana.
* SwordOfPlotAdvancement: Acquired at the end of the ''first'' dungeon. For some reason, nobody thinks it'd be a good idea to use the peerless holy sword to attack monsters with.
** At least until the end of the Ice Citadel where, after defeating the last of the malevodons, the player character [[spoiler:attempts to use it to attack the Mana Lord, only to have the Sword of Mana turn on them, wound them, and enter his hands due to the increasing power of the Mana Surge overpowering the blade's own will]].

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* SuperDickery: The opening scrawl says says, how this is the story of the one time time, the Sword of Mana was used against Mana.
* SwordOfPlotAdvancement: Acquired at the end of the ''first'' dungeon. For some reason, nobody thinks it'd be a good idea idea, to use the peerless holy sword to attack monsters with.
** At least until the end of the Ice Citadel where, after defeating the last of the malevodons, the player character [[spoiler:attempts [[spoiler: attempts to use it to attack the Mana Lord, only to have the Sword of Mana turn on them, wound them, and enter his hands hands, due to the increasing power of the Mana Surge Surge, overpowering the blade's own will]].will.]]
4th Dec '15 5:25:24 PM nombretomado
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* ContinuityNod: The "Benevodons" are actually the God-Beasts from ''SeikenDensetsu3'' in their normal non-rampaging states. they even have the same names.

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* ContinuityNod: The "Benevodons" are actually the God-Beasts from ''SeikenDensetsu3'' ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' in their normal non-rampaging states. they even have the same names.
14th Jul '15 5:17:25 PM MissConception
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The story focuses on the WorldTree central in the shared settings: after a crack appears in it, the nearby temple suddenly becomes infested with monsters. [[AllUpToYou After the player character clears out the temple]], they return to find that mysterious pillars of light have appeared in numerous different lands...

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The story focuses on takes place when the WorldTree central in [[WorldTree Mana Tree]] was newly created (making it the shared settings: after [[{{Prequel}} chronologically earliest game]] at the time of its release). After a crack appears in it, the nearby temple suddenly becomes infested with monsters. [[AllUpToYou After the player character clears out the temple]], they return to find that mysterious pillars of light have appeared in numerous different lands...



It's also a [[LoveItOrHateIt very divisive game]]. It's not as overtly reviled as ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' or Heroes of Mana, but many find the gameplay repetitive and boring. Basically, it's ''VideoGame/ShiningSoul'', set in the ''World of Mana''.

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It's also a [[LoveItOrHateIt very divisive game]]. It's not as overtly reviled as ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' or Heroes of Mana, ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana'', but many find the gameplay repetitive and boring. Basically, it's ''VideoGame/ShiningSoul'', set in the ''World of Mana''.



* DiscOneFinalBoss: So, you beat the [[spoiler: Mana Storm, the Mana Surge is stopped]], so that's it, right? '''Wrong!'''
** Okay, but now you beat the [[spoiler: Mana Lord]], so that's ''gotta'' be the end! Well, it isn't.

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* DiscOneFinalBoss: So, you beat the [[spoiler: Mana [[spoiler:Mana Storm, the Mana Surge is stopped]], so that's it, right? '''Wrong!'''
** Okay, but now you beat the [[spoiler: Mana [[spoiler:Mana Lord]], so that's ''gotta'' be the end! Well, it isn't.
2nd Dec '14 2:29:09 AM theAdeptRogue
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* KenjiIto: Composed part of the music.

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* KenjiIto: Creator/KenjiIto: Composed part of the music.
23rd Jul '14 3:56:49 PM hbi2k
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* MightyGlacier: Wanderer

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* %%* MightyGlacier: Wanderer
17th Jul '14 2:56:50 PM hbi2k
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* FragileSpeedster: Tamber

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%% * FragileSpeedster: Tamber
11th Jul '14 7:05:19 PM YellowMage
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* GlobalAirship: You get it surprisingly early for a ''VideoGame/WorldOfMana'' game. This is mostly due to the world map being a glorified list of dungeons for you to enter, making the existence of a GlobalAirship at all a narrative device as opposed to a game design decision.

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* GlobalAirship: You Flammie, as always, and you get it her surprisingly early for a ''VideoGame/WorldOfMana'' game. This is mostly due to the world map being a glorified list of dungeons for you to enter, making the existence of a GlobalAirship at all a narrative device as opposed to a game design decision.



** At least until the end of the Ice Citadel where, after defeating the last of the malevodons, the player character [[spoiler:attempts to use it to attack the Mana Lord, only to have the Sword of Mana turn on them, wound them, and enter his hands due to the increasing power of the Mana Surge overpowering the blade's own will.

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** At least until the end of the Ice Citadel where, after defeating the last of the malevodons, the player character [[spoiler:attempts to use it to attack the Mana Lord, only to have the Sword of Mana turn on them, wound them, and enter his hands due to the increasing power of the Mana Surge overpowering the blade's own will.will]].
11th Jul '14 7:02:18 PM YellowMage
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* DropTheHammer: One of the four weapon types.

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* DropTheHammer: One of the four weapon types.types, and Wanderer's [[WeaponOfChoice Weapon of Choice]].
* DumbMuscle: Wanderer
* EpicFlail: One of the four weapon types, and Poppen's [[WeaponOfChoice Weapon of Choice]]



* FusionDance: Forced on the Benevoldons/God-Beasts by the [[spoiler:Mana Lord]].

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* FusionDance: Forced on the Benevoldons/God-Beasts Benevodons/God-Beasts by the [[spoiler:Mana Lord]].



* IcePalace
* InterfaceSpoiler: Even before clearing the first dungeon, you can see that you have room for four seperate weapon types and room for a gem grid four times larger than what you start with.

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* IcePalace
IcePalace: The Ice Citadel of Lorimar
* InterfaceSpoiler: Even before clearing the first dungeon, you can see that you have room for four seperate separate weapon types and room for a gem grid four times larger than what you start with.



* JackOfAllStats: Ferrik

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* JackOfAllStats: FerrikFerrik and Tamber, though they do lean more towards physical and magical damage, respectively.



* ShiftingSandLand: The Fiery Sands of Jadd(the fiery-ness is a result of close proximity to Xangar which embodies both wind and fire due to being the combined form of [[PlayingWithFire Xan Bie]] and [[BlowYouAway Dangaard]]).

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* ShiftingSandLand: The Fiery Sands of Jadd(the fiery-ness is a result of close proximity to Xangar which embodies both wind and fire due to being the combined form of [[PlayingWithFire Xan Bie]] and [[BlowYouAway Dangaard]]).Jadd



* SquishyWizard: Poppen.

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* SquishyWizard: Poppen.Poppen



* SuperDickery: The opening scrawl says how this is the story of the one time the Mana Sword was used against Mana.

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* SuperDickery: The opening scrawl says how this is the story of the one time the Mana Sword of Mana was used against Mana.


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** At least until the end of the Ice Citadel where, after defeating the last of the malevodons, the player character [[spoiler:attempts to use it to attack the Mana Lord, only to have the Sword of Mana turn on them, wound them, and enter his hands due to the increasing power of the Mana Surge overpowering the blade's own will.
14th Apr '14 7:50:41 PM MickeyFrogeater
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* ShiftingSandLand

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* ShiftingSandLandShiftingSandLand: The Fiery Sands of Jadd(the fiery-ness is a result of close proximity to Xangar which embodies both wind and fire due to being the combined form of [[PlayingWithFire Xan Bie]] and [[BlowYouAway Dangaard]]).
25th Dec '13 10:17:17 PM EarlOfSandvich
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Part of the ''[[WorldOfMana Mana]]'' series, released for the Nintendo DS in 2006.

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Part of the ''[[WorldOfMana ''[[VideoGame/WorldOfMana Mana]]'' series, released for the Nintendo DS in 2006.



It's also a [[LoveItOrHateIt very divisive game]]. It's not as overtly reviled as DawnOfMana or Heroes of Mana, but many find the gameplay repetitive and boring. Basically, it's ''VideoGame/ShiningSoul'', set in the ''WorldOfMana''.

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It's also a [[LoveItOrHateIt very divisive game]]. It's not as overtly reviled as DawnOfMana ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' or Heroes of Mana, but many find the gameplay repetitive and boring. Basically, it's ''VideoGame/ShiningSoul'', set in the ''WorldOfMana''.''World of Mana''.






* GlobalAirship: You get it surprisingly early for a WorldOfMana game. This is mostly due to the world map being a glorified list of dungeons for you to enter, making the existence of a GlobalAirship at all a narrative device as opposed to a game design decision.

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* GlobalAirship: You get it surprisingly early for a WorldOfMana ''VideoGame/WorldOfMana'' game. This is mostly due to the world map being a glorified list of dungeons for you to enter, making the existence of a GlobalAirship at all a narrative device as opposed to a game design decision.




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