History VideoGame / DivinityDragonCommander

10th Mar '17 9:55:53 PM Aquillion
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: In-game, taking your dragon form requires sacrificing at least twenty people every battle. No mention of made of this anywhere in the story, nor does it have any impact on people's opinion of you.
7th Nov '16 8:23:07 AM krimzonflygon2
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* {{Jerkass}}: Yorrick, for one. He starts off a pompous fundamentalist windbag and ends a pompous fundamentalist windbag. Catherine, too: even her compliments, should you earn them, all end with a heavy-handed slap about how much she hates men, and at no point does she even ''begin'' to acknowledge her bigotry like Edmund does. Just give her a click during ''your own goddamn wedding day'' and see [[KickTheDog how apologetically low she can be when she wants to.]]

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* {{Jerkass}}: Yorrick, for one. He starts off a pompous fundamentalist windbag and ends a pompous fundamentalist windbag. Catherine, too: even her compliments, should you earn them, all end with a heavy-handed slap about how much she hates men, and at no point does she even ''begin'' to acknowledge her bigotry like Edmund does. Just give her a click during ''your own goddamn wedding day'' and see [[KickTheDog how apologetically unapologetically low she can be when she wants to.]]
26th Oct '16 1:21:03 PM ironballs16
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* AssholeVictim: The Elven noble [[spoiler:whom Scarlett kills with extreme prejudice if you allow her]]. As a Witch Hunter, he has the authority to inflict truly horrific deaths on anyone found to be a witch. [[spoiler:This noble has been abusing his position by declaring homosexuals (or suspected homosexuals) to be witches in order to justify their painful execution. While extra-judicial vigilante justice may not be a good thing, the fact of the matter was that he was so highly placed it seemed that he would have gotten off scot-free with his crimes otherwise. Even your Elven Councillor is aware of his deeds but to protect the good name of the elves he is willing to *bribe* you just to turn a blind eye.]]

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* AssholeVictim: The Elven noble [[spoiler:whom Scarlett kills with extreme prejudice if you allow her]]. As a Witch Hunter, he has the authority to inflict truly horrific deaths on anyone found to be a witch. [[spoiler:This noble has been abusing his position by declaring homosexuals (or suspected homosexuals) to be witches in order to justify their painful execution. While extra-judicial vigilante justice may not be a good thing, the fact of the matter was that [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections he was so highly placed it seemed that he would have gotten off scot-free with his crimes otherwise.otherwise]]. Even your Elven Councillor is aware of his deeds but to protect the good name of the elves he is willing to *bribe* you just to turn a blind eye.]]
3rd Oct '16 12:22:04 AM Morgenthaler
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The game has two primary phases with two genres. The strategy map is where the player determines army movements, building placement, research, and the use of strategic cards in typical TurnBasedStrategy fashion, reminiscent of a ''{{Risk}}'' map. When opposing armies occupy the same territory, the player can let the computer auto-resolve the battle, or opt to take command personally in a RealTimeStrategy engine, with the most notable feature being your ability to [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons turn into a dragon and personally partake in the battles.]]

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The game has two primary phases with two genres. The strategy map is where the player determines army movements, building placement, research, and the use of strategic cards in typical TurnBasedStrategy fashion, reminiscent of a ''{{Risk}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Risk}}'' map. When opposing armies occupy the same territory, the player can let the computer auto-resolve the battle, or opt to take command personally in a RealTimeStrategy engine, with the most notable feature being your ability to [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons turn into a dragon and personally partake in the battles.]]
27th Aug '16 10:58:52 AM krimzonflygon2
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* {{Jerkass}}: Yorrick, for one. He starts off a pompous fundamentalist windbag and ends a pompous fundamentalist windbag. Catherine, too: even her compliments, should you earn them, all end with a heavy-handed slap about how much she hates men, and at no point does she even ''begin'' to acknowledge her bigotry like Edmund does.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Yorrick, for one. He starts off a pompous fundamentalist windbag and ends a pompous fundamentalist windbag. Catherine, too: even her compliments, should you earn them, all end with a heavy-handed slap about how much she hates men, and at no point does she even ''begin'' to acknowledge her bigotry like Edmund does. Just give her a click during ''your own goddamn wedding day'' and see [[KickTheDog how apologetically low she can be when she wants to.]]
27th Aug '16 10:56:53 AM krimzonflygon2
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* {{Jerkass}}: Yorrick, for one. He starts off a pompous fundamentalist windbag and ends a pompous fundamentalist windbag. Catherine, too: even her compliments, should you earn them, all end with a heavy-handed slap about how much she hates men, and at no point does she even ''begin'' to acknowledge her bigotry like Edmund does.
24th Jul '16 10:34:33 AM nombretomado
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* HistoricalInJoke: One event involves the Dwarven Scientist [[CharlesDarwin Darles Charwin]] and the controversy surrounding the hypothesis of his latest research paper, [[spoiler: specifically, that Lizards and Orcs have a common ancestor.]] Much like in real life, everyone gets the meaning of this assertion completely wrong and it accidentally creates a small wave of racism.

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* HistoricalInJoke: One event involves the Dwarven Scientist [[CharlesDarwin [[UsefulNotes/CharlesDarwin Darles Charwin]] and the controversy surrounding the hypothesis of his latest research paper, [[spoiler: specifically, that Lizards and Orcs have a common ancestor.]] Much like in real life, everyone gets the meaning of this assertion completely wrong and it accidentally creates a small wave of racism.
7th Jun '16 5:33:59 PM SpectralTime
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** Camila will always change into a more queenly outfit, but the stricter path gives a more severe wardrobe while the freer path is slightly more relaxed in look.

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** Camila Camilla will always change into a more queenly outfit, but the stricter path gives a more severe wardrobe while the freer path is slightly more relaxed in look.



** Ophelia changes her whole look. She is normally topless and either [[spoiler: a vampire, a robot, a robot with flesh covering, or a human.]]

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** Ophelia Ophelia, with one exception, changes her whole look. She is normally topless and either [[spoiler: a vampire, a robot, a robot with flesh covering, covering that resembles a [[MixAndMatchMan attractive flesh golem]], or a human.]] ]] Notably, one of these ([[spoiler: the uncovered robot]]) sees everything ''but'' her wardrobe change.
7th Jun '16 3:08:00 PM Kereea1
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* SignificantWardrobeShift: All of the brides can have this at the end of the game, depending on how they've developed.
** If Lohannah becomes more pragmatic and less naive she will change out of her flimsy elven clothes into ones more dwarven in style. She keeps her outfit if she remains naive.
** Camila will always change into a more queenly outfit, but the stricter path gives a more severe wardrobe while the freer path is slightly more relaxed in look.
** Aida has three options. The middle path has no change, the reconciliation with her father is a more conservative dress, and the revenge path is a more wild dress.
** Ophelia changes her whole look. She is normally topless and either [[spoiler: a vampire, a robot, a robot with flesh covering, or a human.]]
5th Jun '16 7:58:25 PM TheAussieBlue
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* BreakTheHaughty: The events of the Harrowridge genocide on both Yorrick and Edmund's parts, Yorrick noticeably less so: his initial horror at the deed is quickly subsumed by the '[[KickTheDog realization]]' that the [[VictimBlaming elves must have done something truly]] dreadful to earn such a fate. Edmund is a much straighter example to come out of the affair: the last you see of him before the investigation is him contemptuously spitting that he'll 'hop to it'. [[HeroicBSOD He comes back in shock at what he's seen.]]

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* BreakTheHaughty: The events of the Harrowridge genocide on both Yorrick Yorick and Edmund's parts, Yorrick noticeably less so: his initial horror at parts. Yorick tries to fathom some reason why the deed is quickly subsumed by the '[[KickTheDog realization]]' that the [[VictimBlaming elves must Undead would of have done something truly]] dreadful murdered the Elves, but can't come up with one and is reduced to earn such a fate. gibberish before condemning the genocide with quiet hatred. Edmund is a much straighter more direct example to come out of the affair: the last you see of him before the investigation is him contemptuously spitting that he'll 'hop to it'. [[HeroicBSOD He comes back in shock at what he's seen.]]
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