History VideoGame / ChocobosDungeon

29th May '16 2:16:14 PM DavidCowie
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27th May '16 12:03:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: In Final Fantasy Fables, when [[spoiler:Raffaello]]'s true nature is revealed as the BigBad, he becomes blond, in addition to everything else.
8th May '16 9:22:21 PM JetpackPercy
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** More so when you find out that [[spoiler: the Destroyer killed Shirma's parents.]]

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** More so when you find out that [[spoiler: ,[[spoiler: the Destroyer killed Shirma's parents.]]


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** In ''Fables'', it's all [[ItMakesSenseInContext played straight, subverted and averted.]] Like before, you lose all items on hand (wing?), but you don't lose anything equipped on you. In special rule dungeons, since you're required to deposit everything on-hand before entering, [[DeathIsASlapOnTheWritst death only makes you drop what you picked up,]] which can especially soften the blow in [[spoiler: the itemless boss rematches]] should you die.


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* HaveANiceDeath: ''Fables'', when [[PlayerNudge not giving you suggestions on how to avoid dying next time]], has some of the most encouraging Game Over messages this side of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', mainly reassuring Chocobo to keep going.
26th Nov '15 9:45:58 AM DragonQuestZ
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* ''VideoGame/ChocoboRacing'', a kart racing spinoff.

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* ''VideoGame/ChocoboRacing'', a kart racing MascotRacer spinoff.
30th Oct '15 9:15:54 PM DragonQuestZ
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* ''VideoGame/ChocoboRacing'', a kart racing spinoff.
10th Jul '15 6:45:07 AM henrytan
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* AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield: During the fight with [[spoiler: the Destroyer in physical form]].

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* AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield: During the fight with [[spoiler: the Destroyer in physical form]]. It's a standard of final boss battles in ''Final Fantasy.''



* ForDoomTheBellTolls: In ''Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon'', the tolling of the Bell of Oblivion signifies that one person within earshot will [[LaserGuidedAmnesia lose very important memories.]]

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* ForDoomTheBellTolls: In ''Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon'', the tolling of the Bell of Oblivion signifies that one person within earshot will [[LaserGuidedAmnesia lose very important memories.]] [[spoiler: Its true purpose is to keep the townspeople from remembering the Destroyer so that the seal on him won't be undone. The "Raffaello" persona exists to break the seal and Chocobo unknowingly helps him accomplish this.]]


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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Croma pulls a [[{{TakingTheBullet}} Taking the Bullet]] for Shirma, something that the Destroyer counted on happening as he absorbed her essence. She gets better at the end thanks to Raffaello.]]


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* YearOutsideHourInside: [[spoiler: It is revealed that fifty years had passed since the Destroyer originally attacked Lostime and the town disappeared from the world. All the residents haven't aged a bit and are completely unaware of the outside. To drive the point home, the Destroyer mentions that he knew Cid's grandfather and didn't expect his grandson to take the bait fifty years later.]]
10th Jul '15 6:18:22 AM henrytan
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A DS Port of ''Fables'', titled ''Cid and Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon: Labyrinth of Forgotten Time DS+'' was released [[NoExportForYou only in Japan]].



* AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield: During the fight with [[spoiler: the Destroyer in physical form]].



* BadassBookworm: The Scholar class in Chocobo's Dungeon. His low-end powers (among them are the ability to fill out the map for a dungeon floor, heal Chocobo a little and restore some Food, or identify every item in his pack) are indispensable for safe exploration in the random dungeons, and his high-end powers (one that doubles the power of potions, and one that doubles the power of spellbooks) can ''wreck'' bosses.

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* BadassBookworm: The Scholar class in Chocobo's Dungeon.''Fables''. His low-end powers (among them are the ability to fill out the map for a dungeon floor, heal Chocobo a little and restore some Food, or identify every item in his pack) are indispensable for safe exploration in the random dungeons, and his high-end powers (one that doubles the power of potions, and one that doubles the power of spellbooks) can ''wreck'' bosses.



* BonusBoss: Leviathan.

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* BonusBoss: Leviathan.Leviathan in Chocobo's Dungeon 2.



* ButNowIMustGo: [[spoiler: Raffaello invokes this at the epilogue to atone for his sins as the Destroyer.]]



* EmotionEater: The Destroyer's M.O. Specifically, he feeds off fear and suffering to gain power, which is why he attacked Lostime.



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* FishingMinigameFishingMinigame: In ''Fables'', the fish you catch can be used to feed the Fat Chocobos at the bank to allow more storage space.
* FlashbackNightmare: Raffaello reveals he has these while sleeping in the cocoon. [[spoiler: They're memories of his past life as the Destroyer.]]


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* GodzillaThreshold: In-universe for Lostime's residents. [[spoiler: Croma mentions that it's useless to fight a beast that feeds on human fear as he keeps coming back, so the mayor decided to round up the oracles, call their guardians, and seal all their memories away, keeping the Destroyer powerless. Given what happened during the course of the game, it's safe to say that failed spectacularly.]]
24th Jun '15 12:37:31 AM SheldonDinkleburg
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* ClippedWingAngel: After taking a certain amount of damage, the final boss, Glass Goth X, will transform into Glass Goth Z, who hits harder, but is a lot slower. It takes 1.5 turns just for him to use his regular attack, and his [[WaveMotionGun Mouth Beam]], while visually impressive, locks him into charging until he is positioned in a straight line towards you to fire it. Thus, he is easily outmaneuvered, especially with Haste.

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* ClippedWingAngel: After taking a certain amount of damage, the final boss, boss of ''Chocobo's Dungeon 2'', Glass Goth X, will transform into Glass Goth Z, who hits harder, but is a lot slower. It takes 1.5 turns just for him to use his regular attack, and his [[WaveMotionGun Mouth Beam]], while visually impressive, locks him into charging until he is positioned in a straight line towards you to fire it. Thus, he is easily outmaneuvered, especially with Haste.
24th Jun '15 12:36:12 AM SheldonDinkleburg
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* ClippedWingAngel: After taking a certain amount of damage, the final boss, Glass Goth X, will transform into Glass Goth Z, who hits harder, but is a lot slower. It takes 1.5 turns just for him to use his regular attack, and his [[WaveMotionGun Mouth Beam]], while visually impressive, locks him into charging until he is positioned in a straight line towards you to fire it. Thus, he is easily outmaneuvered, especially with Haste.
22nd Jun '15 1:01:14 AM ThatFanwiththeGlasses
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''Chocobo's Dungeon'' is a series of three {{roguelike}} games [[GaidenGame spun off]] from the ankle-sprainingly popular Franchise/FinalFantasy series as part of Chunsoft's '' Mysterious Dungeon'' (''Fushigi no Dungeon'') franchise. The main character is a Chocobo with only a player-given name, if any. Chocobo adventures through randomly generated dungeons, collecting treasure and saving the world. The games could be considered alternate continuities of each other, as Chocobo meets the same people (including Final Fantasy staples Cid and Mog and a white mage named Shir[o]ma), while living out different stories.

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''Chocobo's Dungeon'' is a series of three {{roguelike}} games [[GaidenGame spun off]] from the [[RunningGag ankle-sprainingly popular popular]] Franchise/FinalFantasy series as part of Chunsoft's '' Mysterious Dungeon'' (''Fushigi no Dungeon'') franchise. The main character is a Chocobo with only a player-given name, if any. Chocobo adventures through randomly generated dungeons, collecting treasure and saving the world. The games could be considered alternate continuities of each other, as Chocobo meets the same people (including Final Fantasy staples Cid and Mog and a white mage named Shir[o]ma), while living out different stories.
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