History VideoGame / DragonQuestSwords

8th Apr '16 1:30:36 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the Japanese Version of the game that is...
** Anlace/Dean is [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/Garo?from=Main.Garo Saejima Kouga]]
** Claymore/Baud is [[Series/KamenRiderHibiki Zanki]]
** Fleurette/Setia is [[Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger Jasmin]]
19th Sep '14 9:22:23 AM rexpensive
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''VideoGame/DragonQuest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors'' is a first-person RPG developed by Creator/{{Eighting|Raizing}} in cooperation with Creator/GeniusSonority and released by Creator/SquareEnix on the Nintendo {{Wii}} in 2007. It tells the story of the son of the great swordsman Claymore, who is prepared to take his place among the knights of Avalonia by undergoing the "Walk of the Worthy", a rite of passage for [[DangerousSixteenthBirthday sixteen-year-old males]]. After he completes his trial, the young swordsman learns of an EvilOverlord that his father fought in the past, and of a reclusive queen who wears a creepy mask and has been largely avoiding the public eye. How are these events related, if at all?

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''VideoGame/DragonQuest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors'' is a first-person RPG developed by Creator/{{Eighting|Raizing}} in cooperation with Creator/GeniusSonority and released by Creator/SquareEnix on the Nintendo {{Wii}} UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} in 2007. It tells the story of the son of the great swordsman Claymore, who is prepared to take his place among the knights of Avalonia by undergoing the "Walk of the Worthy", a rite of passage for [[DangerousSixteenthBirthday sixteen-year-old males]]. After he completes his trial, the young swordsman learns of an EvilOverlord that his father fought in the past, and of a reclusive queen who wears a creepy mask and has been largely avoiding the public eye. How are these events related, if at all?
20th Dec '13 8:53:46 AM Prfnoff
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''VideoGame/DragonQuest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors'' is a first-person RPG developed by Creator/{{Eighting|Raizing}} in cooperation with Genius Sonority and released by Creator/SquareEnix on the Nintendo {{Wii}} in 2007. It tells the story of the son of the great swordsman Claymore, who is prepared to take his place among the knights of Avalonia by undergoing the "Walk of the Worthy", a rite of passage for [[DangerousSixteenthBirthday sixteen-year-old males]]. After he completes his trial, the young swordsman learns of an EvilOverlord that his father fought in the past, and of a reclusive queen who wears a creepy mask and has been largely avoiding the public eye. How are these events related, if at all?

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''VideoGame/DragonQuest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors'' is a first-person RPG developed by Creator/{{Eighting|Raizing}} in cooperation with Genius Sonority Creator/GeniusSonority and released by Creator/SquareEnix on the Nintendo {{Wii}} in 2007. It tells the story of the son of the great swordsman Claymore, who is prepared to take his place among the knights of Avalonia by undergoing the "Walk of the Worthy", a rite of passage for [[DangerousSixteenthBirthday sixteen-year-old males]]. After he completes his trial, the young swordsman learns of an EvilOverlord that his father fought in the past, and of a reclusive queen who wears a creepy mask and has been largely avoiding the public eye. How are these events related, if at all?
19th Dec '13 9:15:52 PM Prfnoff
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''VideoGame/DragonQuest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors'' is a first-person RPG released on the Nintendo {{Wii}} in 2007. It tells the story of the son of the great swordsman Claymore, who is prepared to take his place among the knights of Avalonia by undergoing the "Walk of the Worthy", a rite of passage for [[DangerousSixteenthBirthday sixteen-year-old males]]. After he completes his trial, the young swordsman learns of an EvilOverlord that his father fought in the past, and of a reclusive queen who wears a creepy mask and has been largely avoiding the public eye. How are these events related, if at all?

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''VideoGame/DragonQuest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors'' is a first-person RPG developed by Creator/{{Eighting|Raizing}} in cooperation with Genius Sonority and released by Creator/SquareEnix on the Nintendo {{Wii}} in 2007. It tells the story of the son of the great swordsman Claymore, who is prepared to take his place among the knights of Avalonia by undergoing the "Walk of the Worthy", a rite of passage for [[DangerousSixteenthBirthday sixteen-year-old males]]. After he completes his trial, the young swordsman learns of an EvilOverlord that his father fought in the past, and of a reclusive queen who wears a creepy mask and has been largely avoiding the public eye. How are these events related, if at all?
2nd Sep '13 10:56:07 PM nombretomado
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** Claymore/Baud is [[KamenRiderHibiki Zanki]]

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** Claymore/Baud is [[KamenRiderHibiki [[Series/KamenRiderHibiki Zanki]]
7th Jul '13 10:13:39 AM nombretomado
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** Fleurette/Setia is [[TokusouSentaiDekaranger Jasmin]]

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** Fleurette/Setia is [[TokusouSentaiDekaranger [[Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger Jasmin]]
25th May '13 12:41:10 AM narm00
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* ArmsAndArmorThemeNaming: There are sword-themed names all over the place. The hero's father is named Claymore, the hero's two traveling companions are Fleurette and Anlace, the BigBad is called Xiphos, and a few of the game's locations are mostly named
for legendary weapons (Caliburn Cave and Arondight/Alondite Heights).
* AntiFrustrationFeatures:[[spoiler:Losing to Xiphos allows you to choose to go to the dungeon or go straight to his throne room.]]

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* ArmsAndArmorThemeNaming: There are sword-themed names all over the place. The hero's father is named Claymore, the hero's two traveling companions are Fleurette and Anlace, the BigBad is called Xiphos, and a few of the game's locations are mostly named
named for legendary weapons (Caliburn Cave and Arondight/Alondite Heights).
* AntiFrustrationFeatures:[[spoiler:Losing AntiFrustrationFeatures: [[spoiler:Losing to Xiphos allows you to choose to go to the dungeon or go straight to his throne room.]]



* BigBad:Xiphos the Deathbringer.

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* BigBad:Xiphos BigBad: Xiphos the Deathbringer.



* DiscOneFinalDungeon:The titular Tower of Mirrors.
* EvilOverlord:Xiphos the Deathbringer.

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* DiscOneFinalDungeon:The DiscOneFinalDungeon: The titular Tower of Mirrors.
* EvilOverlord:Xiphos EvilOverlord: Xiphos the Deathbringer.



* PaletteSwap:All of the Mirror Bosses.[[spoiler:and Edahs Sohpix who is a nastier version of the final boss.]]

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* PaletteSwap:All PaletteSwap: All of the Mirror Bosses.[[spoiler:and Edahs Sohpix who is a nastier version of the final boss.]]



* TrueFinalBoss:[[spoiler: Edahs Sohpix may count,considering you have to beat the game to access the Old Reflectory,then defeat all the mirror bosses which unlocks his boss fight where you refight Valgirt Nedlog, Nomegoen and Der Gib before fighting him.]]

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* TrueFinalBoss:[[spoiler: TrueFinalBoss: [[spoiler: Edahs Sohpix may count,considering you have to beat the game to access the Old Reflectory,then defeat all the mirror bosses which unlocks his boss fight where you refight Valgirt Nedlog, Nomegoen and Der Gib before fighting him.]]
7th May '13 10:24:19 PM busterace02
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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the Japanese Version of the game that is...
** Anlace/Dean is [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/Garo?from=Main.Garo Saejima Kouga]]
** Claymore/Baud is [[KamenRiderHibiki Zanki]]
** Fleurette/Setia is [[TokusouSentaiDekaranger Jasmin]]
31st Mar '13 2:56:37 PM Austin
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* ExcusePlot: Play it for the gameplay. Otherwise, you'll be sorely disappointed. See "ClicheStorm".


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* TrueFinalBoss:[[spoiler: Edahs Sohpix may count,considering you have to beat the game to access the Old Reflectory,then defeat all the mirror bosses which unlocks his boss fight where you refight Valgirt Nedlog, Nomegoen and Der Gib before fighting him.]]
6th Mar '13 12:46:52 PM XiphosOrochi666
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* ArmsAndArmorThemeNaming: There are sword-themed names all over the place. The hero's father is named Claymore, the hero's two traveling companions are Fleurette and Anlace, the BigBad is called Xiphos, and a few of the game's locations are mostly named for legendary weapons (Caliburn Cave and Arondight/Alondite Heights).

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* ArmsAndArmorThemeNaming: There are sword-themed names all over the place. The hero's father is named Claymore, the hero's two traveling companions are Fleurette and Anlace, the BigBad is called Xiphos, and a few of the game's locations are mostly named named
for legendary weapons (Caliburn Cave and Arondight/Alondite Heights). Heights).
* AntiFrustrationFeatures:[[spoiler:Losing to Xiphos allows you to choose to go to the dungeon or go straight to his throne room.]]
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