History VideoGame / DragonsCrown

25th Oct '16 8:09:52 PM nombretomado
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** The way Rannie's [[YuriLowenthal English VA]] says "Oh, my~!" sounds quite a bit like GeorgeTakei.

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** The way Rannie's [[YuriLowenthal English VA]] says "Oh, my~!" sounds quite a bit like GeorgeTakei.Creator/GeorgeTakei.
22nd Jul '16 3:16:04 PM AFreakyDude
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** In another, the Morneon cult thinks that by releasing the Cyclopes that were trapped in a cell, they can gain favor with the goddess of fertility who gave birth to them even though the cult has no way of communicating with the goddess or the Cyclopes. Unsurprisingly, their messenger who was sent to accomplish this task got killed by the Cyclopes the moment he opened the cell door.

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** In another, the Morneon cult thinks that by releasing the Cyclopes that were trapped in a cell, they can gain favor with the goddess of fertility who gave birth to them even though the cult has no way of communicating with the goddess or the Cyclopes. Unsurprisingly, their messenger who was sent to accomplish this task [[EvilIsNotAToy got killed by the Cyclopes the moment he opened the cell door.door]].
10th Jun '16 4:01:32 AM YZQ
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* BossInMookClothing: On [[HarderThanHArd Infernal Difficulty]] the player will seldom encounter a pirate mook with dark clothing and a red sword(dubbed by the fans as Assassin), not only do they have an obscene amount of health, they hit hard enough to kill in a couple of hits, teleport all over the place, attack with blinding speed, can throw webs to paralyze you and they can fricking BACK-STAB for massive damage. To add insult to injury they tend to appear in dark rooms in the Labyrinth of Chaos, making them nearly invisible.

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* BossInMookClothing: On [[HarderThanHArd [[HarderThanHard Infernal Difficulty]] Difficulty]], the player will seldom encounter a pirate mook with dark clothing and a red sword(dubbed by the fans as Assassin), not only do they have an obscene amount of health, they hit hard enough to kill in a couple of hits, teleport all over the place, attack with blinding speed, can throw webs to paralyze you and they can fricking BACK-STAB for massive damage. To add insult to injury they tend to appear in dark rooms in the Labyrinth of Chaos, making them nearly invisible.
10th Jun '16 4:00:45 AM YZQ
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There's an official manga adaptation of the game, as well as two chibi manga series which was serialized in Famitsu.



* AncientArtifact: The eponymous Dragon's Crown supposedly has the ability to control dragons. [[spoiler:It turns out the power of the crown was only metaphorical.]]

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* AncientArtifact: The eponymous Dragon's Crown supposedly has the ability to control dragons. [[spoiler:It turns out that the power of the crown was only metaphorical.]]
8th Jun '16 7:04:20 AM YZQ
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*** One quest requires you to kill the Minotaur within 2 minutes to same some [[HumanSacrifice children sacrificed to the beast by orcs,]] with one of them using a string to track an escape path. A clear Homage to Theseus and the Minotaur.
*** the art and associated fluff for the spinning wheel quest. A woman named Arachne found a divine magic carpet and strove to make something of equal quality, her attempts anger the gods and she is turned into a spider-centaur for her efforts. Despite newfound humility, her work continues to anger the gods. This is a definite reference to the Myth of Arachne, with a few deviations.

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*** One quest requires you to kill the Minotaur within 2 minutes to same save some [[HumanSacrifice children sacrificed to the beast by orcs,]] with one of them using a string to track an escape path. A clear Homage to Theseus and the Minotaur.
*** the The art and associated fluff for the spinning wheel quest. A woman named Arachne found a divine magic carpet and strove to make something of equal quality, her attempts anger the gods and she is turned into a spider-centaur for her efforts. Despite newfound humility, her work continues to anger the gods. This is a definite reference to the Myth myth of Arachne, with a few deviations.



* CrazyHomelessPerson: A deranged beggar can be found behind Canaan Temple after clearing the Orc Fortress. He is utterly mad and destitute, barely acknowledging any alms he is given and constantly babbling in a long dead language. [[spoiler: He's actually Wallace, the magician that betrayed Lucain.]]

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* CrazyHomelessPerson: A deranged beggar can be found behind Canaan Temple after clearing the Orc Fortress. He is utterly mad and destitute, barely acknowledging any alms he is given and constantly babbling in a long dead language. [[spoiler: He's actually Wallace, the magician that who betrayed Lucain.]]



* DontThinkFeel: A piles of bones may have the quote "I didn't feel, I thought."

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* DontThinkFeel: A Some piles of bones may have the quote "I didn't feel, I thought."



** The Gargoyle Gate is the epitome of this- it attacks occasionally and doesn't move horizontally, but many Mooks will keep on appearing to attack you until the gate falls.

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** The Gargoyle Gate is the epitome of this- this: it attacks occasionally and doesn't move horizontally, but many Mooks will keep on appearing to attack you until the gate falls.



* FoodPorn: If there's one thing George Kamitani likes as much as muscles, butts, and boobs, it's food. The preorder bonus artbook has a two-page spread of all the delicious-looking stuff you can cook up at your campsite. Then there's a big minigame for cooking all kinds of stuff.
* [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Funny Foreground Event]]: Tiki is depicted, when you enter the tavern after [[spoiler:rshe joins you for resurrecting Lucain]], sat in an omnipresent goblet of what seems to be wine. She's clearly completely drunk off what was originally in the goblet.

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* FoodPorn: If there's one thing George Kamitani likes as much as muscles, butts, and boobs, it's food. The preorder bonus artbook has a two-page spread of all the delicious-looking stuff you can cook up at your campsite. Then Then, there's a big minigame for cooking all kinds of stuff.
* [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Funny Foreground Event]]: Tiki is depicted, when you enter the tavern after [[spoiler:rshe [[spoiler: she joins you for resurrecting Lucain]], sat sitting in an omnipresent goblet of what seems to be wine. She's clearly completely drunk off what was originally in the goblet.



* HairRaisingHare: You fight a seemingly innocent white bunny, amidst a pile of dead bodies, and it can easily kill you with a single attack by crushing your skull, let alone its combo attack, GoombaStomp, and whirlwind

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* HairRaisingHare: You fight a seemingly innocent white bunny, amidst a pile of dead bodies, and it can easily kill you with a single attack by crushing your skull, let alone its combo attack, GoombaStomp, and whirlwindwhirlwind.
8th Jun '16 7:04:20 AM YZQ
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*** One quest requires you to kill the Minotaur within 2 minutes to same some [[HumanSacrifice children sacrificed to the beast by orcs,]] with one of them using a string to track an escape path. A clear Homage to Theseus and the Minotaur.
*** the art and associated fluff for the spinning wheel quest. A woman named Arachne found a divine magic carpet and strove to make something of equal quality, her attempts anger the gods and she is turned into a spider-centaur for her efforts. Despite newfound humility, her work continues to anger the gods. This is a definite reference to the Myth of Arachne, with a few deviations.

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*** One quest requires you to kill the Minotaur within 2 minutes to same save some [[HumanSacrifice children sacrificed to the beast by orcs,]] with one of them using a string to track an escape path. A clear Homage to Theseus and the Minotaur.
*** the The art and associated fluff for the spinning wheel quest. A woman named Arachne found a divine magic carpet and strove to make something of equal quality, her attempts anger the gods and she is turned into a spider-centaur for her efforts. Despite newfound humility, her work continues to anger the gods. This is a definite reference to the Myth myth of Arachne, with a few deviations.



* CrazyHomelessPerson: A deranged beggar can be found behind Canaan Temple after clearing the Orc Fortress. He is utterly mad and destitute, barely acknowledging any alms he is given and constantly babbling in a long dead language. [[spoiler: He's actually Wallace, the magician that betrayed Lucain.]]

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* CrazyHomelessPerson: A deranged beggar can be found behind Canaan Temple after clearing the Orc Fortress. He is utterly mad and destitute, barely acknowledging any alms he is given and constantly babbling in a long dead language. [[spoiler: He's actually Wallace, the magician that who betrayed Lucain.]]



* DontThinkFeel: A piles of bones may have the quote "I didn't feel, I thought."

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* DontThinkFeel: A Some piles of bones may have the quote "I didn't feel, I thought."



** The Gargoyle Gate is the epitome of this- it attacks occasionally and doesn't move horizontally, but many Mooks will keep on appearing to attack you until the gate falls.

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** The Gargoyle Gate is the epitome of this- this: it attacks occasionally and doesn't move horizontally, but many Mooks will keep on appearing to attack you until the gate falls.



* FoodPorn: If there's one thing George Kamitani likes as much as muscles, butts, and boobs, it's food. The preorder bonus artbook has a two-page spread of all the delicious-looking stuff you can cook up at your campsite. Then there's a big minigame for cooking all kinds of stuff.
* [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Funny Foreground Event]]: Tiki is depicted, when you enter the tavern after [[spoiler:rshe joins you for resurrecting Lucain]], sat in an omnipresent goblet of what seems to be wine. She's clearly completely drunk off what was originally in the goblet.

to:

* FoodPorn: If there's one thing George Kamitani likes as much as muscles, butts, and boobs, it's food. The preorder bonus artbook has a two-page spread of all the delicious-looking stuff you can cook up at your campsite. Then Then, there's a big minigame for cooking all kinds of stuff.
* [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Funny Foreground Event]]: Tiki is depicted, when you enter the tavern after [[spoiler:rshe [[spoiler: she joins you for resurrecting Lucain]], sat sitting in an omnipresent goblet of what seems to be wine. She's clearly completely drunk off what was originally in the goblet.



* HairRaisingHare: You fight a seemingly innocent white bunny, amidst a pile of dead bodies, and it can easily kill you with a single attack by crushing your skull, let alone its combo attack, GoombaStomp, and whirlwind

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* HairRaisingHare: You fight a seemingly innocent white bunny, amidst a pile of dead bodies, and it can easily kill you with a single attack by crushing your skull, let alone its combo attack, GoombaStomp, and whirlwindwhirlwind.
4th Jun '16 9:08:31 PM YZQ
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* ArcNumber: 9. You need to collect 9 talismans before fighting the Ancient Dragon and the Gazer is the 9th boss you fight before you even receive the quest to start the collection.



* WakeUpCallBoss: [[EldritchAbomination The]] [[{{Oculothorax}} Gazer]], fought before the game's mid-way point and is necessary to open the ability to play online, is much more difficult than the previous boss fights in-game when you first encounter it, especially for players that just [[AttackAttackAttack mash through most bosses]], which is a tactic this one actively tries to prevent. Most of the Gazer's attacks hit a wide area around it[[note]]Especially its unblockable charged attack that can potentially kill your characters in one shot at that point in the game[[/note]], which is especially bad news since the area you fight it in is relatively small. Moreover, it hardly enters a stunned state, [[TeleportSpam teleports around the room]], and locks out your ability to use magic if it's looking in your direction, meaning solo mages will have a harder time dealing with it. If you're used to using your NPC party members to sponge the bosses, expect to see them die multiple times.

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* WakeUpCallBoss: [[EldritchAbomination The]] [[{{Oculothorax}} Gazer]], fought before the game's mid-way point and is necessary to open the ability to play online, online (along with the more difficult "B" routes for each dungeon), is much more difficult than the previous boss fights in-game when you first encounter it, especially for players that just [[AttackAttackAttack mash through most bosses]], which is a tactic this one actively tries to prevent. Most of the Gazer's attacks hit a wide area around it[[note]]Especially its unblockable charged attack that can potentially kill your characters in one shot at that point in the game[[/note]], which is especially bad news since the area you fight it in is relatively small. Moreover, it hardly enters a stunned state, [[TeleportSpam teleports around the room]], and locks out your ability to use magic if it's looking in your direction, meaning solo mages will have a harder time dealing with it. If you're used to using your NPC party members to sponge the bosses, expect to see them die multiple times.
4th Jun '16 8:18:42 PM YZQ
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* WakeUpCallBoss: [[EldritchAbomination The]] [[{{Oculothorax}} Gazer]], fought before the game's mid-way point and is necessary to open the ability to play online, is much more difficult that the previous boss fights in game when you first encounter it, especially for players that just [[AttackAttackAttack mash through most bosses]], which is a tactic this one actively tries to prevent. Most of the Gazer's attacks hit a wide area around it[[note]]Especially its unblockable charged attack that can potentially kill your characters in one shot at that point in the game[[/note]], which is especially bad news since the area you fight it in is relatively small. Moreover, it hardly enters a stunned state, [[TeleportSpam teleports around the room]], and locks out your ability to use magic if it's looking in your direction, meaning solo mages will have a harder time dealing with it. If you're used to using your NPC party members to sponge the bosses, expect to see them die multiple times.

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* WakeUpCallBoss: [[EldritchAbomination The]] [[{{Oculothorax}} Gazer]], fought before the game's mid-way point and is necessary to open the ability to play online, is much more difficult that than the previous boss fights in game in-game when you first encounter it, especially for players that just [[AttackAttackAttack mash through most bosses]], which is a tactic this one actively tries to prevent. Most of the Gazer's attacks hit a wide area around it[[note]]Especially its unblockable charged attack that can potentially kill your characters in one shot at that point in the game[[/note]], which is especially bad news since the area you fight it in is relatively small. Moreover, it hardly enters a stunned state, [[TeleportSpam teleports around the room]], and locks out your ability to use magic if it's looking in your direction, meaning solo mages will have a harder time dealing with it. If you're used to using your NPC party members to sponge the bosses, expect to see them die multiple times.
21st May '16 9:14:39 PM nombretomado
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* BladderOfSteel: On the PS3 version, you cannot pause your game during the dungeon segments, even with the PS button. On the Vita version, however, you can, because the Vita's PS button is used for app-switching, which freezes the game in-progress.

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* BladderOfSteel: On the PS3 [=PS3=] version, you cannot pause your game during the dungeon segments, even with the PS button. On the Vita version, however, you can, because the Vita's PS button is used for app-switching, which freezes the game in-progress.
17th May '16 2:47:27 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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''Dragon's Crown'' is a [=2D=] ActionRPG developed by Creator/{{Vanillaware}} and published by {{Atlus}} for the {{PlayStation 3}} and {{PlayStation Vita}}. While Vanillaware's first game for an HD console, ''Crown'' is actually a {{spiritual successor}} to the 1994 arcade BeatEmUp DungeonCrawler, ''[[VideoGame/DungeonsAndDragons Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom]]''.

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''Dragon's Crown'' is a [=2D=] ActionRPG developed by Creator/{{Vanillaware}} and published by {{Atlus}} for the {{PlayStation UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 3}} and {{PlayStation UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation Vita}}. While Vanillaware's first game for an HD console, ''Crown'' is actually a {{spiritual successor}} to the 1994 arcade BeatEmUp DungeonCrawler, ''[[VideoGame/DungeonsAndDragons Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom]]''.
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