History VideoGame / Drakan

22nd Jan '17 8:55:21 PM worldofdrakan
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* DownerEnding: The ending of the first game, totally. Delon, Rynn's younger brother that you are trying to save the whole time [[spoiler:ends up being possessed by the spirit of [[BigBad Navaros]], and she has to fight him in order to snap him out of it. She succeeds, but he falls off the edge of the area, and into the abyss of the Rift, screaming his sister's name. What we see after that is Rynn, who is laying on the ground and looking over the edge, muttering about how sorry she was for failing to save him. It is then that we get the actual final boss fight with [[BigBad Navaros]] in his true form. After he is defeated, we get the final cutscene with Rynn and Arokh trying to find Delon. We never know his fate until the second game, though, where spoiler:he is revealed to be dead.]]

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* DownerEnding: The ending of the first game, totally. Delon, Rynn's younger brother that you are trying to save the whole time [[spoiler:ends up being possessed by the spirit of [[BigBad Navaros]], and she has to fight him in order to snap him out of it. She succeeds, but he falls off the edge of the area, and into the abyss of the Rift, screaming his sister's name. What we see after that is Rynn, who is laying on the ground and looking over the edge, muttering about how sorry she was for failing to save him. It is then that we get the actual final boss fight with [[BigBad Navaros]] in his true form. After he is defeated, we get the final cutscene with Rynn and Arokh trying to find Delon. We never know his fate until the second game, though, where spoiler:he he is revealed to be dead.]]
22nd Jan '17 8:43:34 PM worldofdrakan
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* PromotionToParent: This seems to have been the case with Rynn and Delon, seeing how Rynn appears to be significantly older than Delon and their parents are never seen or mentioned.
22nd Jan '17 8:41:52 PM worldofdrakan
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* CoolBigSis: Rynn to Delon, [[spoiler:before he died]]. This is a sister that was willing to awaken a dragon and [[BondCreatures bond]] [[{{Synchronization}} with]] him just to save him. [[spoiler:But sadly it didn't work out in the end]].
22nd Jan '17 12:44:27 PM worldofdrakan
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* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: At first, Arokh was ''not'' pleased at having been awoken by Rynn, ''especially'' just to rescue her brother. Rynn, obviously not amused at having her brother spoken so poorly of, talks him down for it. Only then was he willing to listen to what she had to say, because he was legitimately impressed at how she was willing to stand up to him, a dragon who could have toasted her right then and there.
21st Jan '17 5:43:28 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: There's a pure black sword called Mournbringer in the first game, which howls with distant screams of many, and it gives you health back every time you hurt something with it. [[Literature/TheElricSaga Stormbringer + Mournblade = Mournbringer?]] Man, I love that weapon. It also exists in ''The Ancients' Gates'' [[spoiler:though if you miss picking up even one of the Swords of the Order of the Flame, Brekk will not have it in stock]]. There's also [[AnneRice Lestat's Blade]] if you know where to look.

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* ShoutOut: There's a pure black sword called Mournbringer in the first game, which howls with distant screams of many, and it gives you health back every time you hurt something with it. [[Literature/TheElricSaga Stormbringer + Mournblade = Mournbringer?]] Man, I love that weapon. It also exists in ''The Ancients' Gates'' [[spoiler:though if you miss picking up even one of the Swords of the Order of the Flame, Brekk will not have it in stock]]. There's also [[AnneRice [[Creator/AnneRice Lestat's Blade]] if you know where to look.
5th Jan '17 8:40:35 AM worldofdrakan
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* WhatTheHellPlayer: If you hit Arokh with one of your weapons, he'll fly into the air and yell at you to, "watch where you stick that!" Also, injuring him does damage to your health as well.

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* WhatTheHellPlayer: If you hit Arokh with one of your weapons, he'll fly into the air and yell at you to, "watch where you stick that!" He will not come back down until you call him if you do this. Also, injuring him does damage to your health as well.
5th Jan '17 8:38:41 AM worldofdrakan
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* WhatTheHellPlayer: If you hit Arokh with one of your weapons, he'll fly into the air and yell, "watch where you stick that!" Also, injuring him does damage to your health as well.

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* WhatTheHellPlayer: If you hit Arokh with one of your weapons, he'll fly into the air and yell, yell at you to, "watch where you stick that!" Also, injuring him does damage to your health as well.
5th Jan '17 8:31:33 AM worldofdrakan
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* PointOfNoReturn: In the second game- Depending on who you are, the flavour of P.O.N.R. in this game can be either polite or tough. After the first battle with [[spoiler: [[TheDragon Zola Dane]]]], Lady Myschala advises you to be sure you have everything you need before heading into the Desert, implying that there is a P.O.N.R. ahead. If you also speak to Dehrimon afterwards, like she suggested as well, he will further imply that the Desert is the P.O.N.R. He will also tell you that you should avoid Stratos, the land of the Desert Lords. HOWEVER, once you hit the Desert, there is another Gate that you open that allows you to travel back to Surdana. As it turns out, the actual P.O.N.R. comes right after the second battle with [[spoiler: [[AnticlimaxBoss Zola Dane]]]]. After the battle, you let Arokh into the cave by opening a nearby entrance. This triggers the cutscene where Rynn and Arokh head into Stratos. At this point, there really is no going back.

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* PointOfNoReturn: In the second game- Depending on who you are, the flavour flavor of P.O.N.R. in this game can be either anywhere from polite or tough.to nasty. After the first battle with [[spoiler: [[TheDragon Zola Dane]]]], Lady Myschala advises you to be sure you have everything you need before heading into the Desert, implying that there is a P.O.N.R. ahead. If you also speak to Dehrimon afterwards, like she suggested as well, he will further imply that the Desert is the P.O.N.R. He will also tell you that you should avoid Stratos, the land of the Desert Lords. HOWEVER, once you hit the Desert, there is another Gate that you open that allows you to travel back to Surdana. As it turns out, the actual P.O.N.R. comes right after the second battle with [[spoiler: [[AnticlimaxBoss Zola Dane]]]]. After the battle, you let Arokh into the cave by opening a nearby entrance. This triggers the cutscene where Rynn and Arokh head into Stratos. At this point, there really is no going back.
5th Jan '17 8:30:18 AM worldofdrakan
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* PointOfNoReturn: In the second game- Depending on who you are, the flavour of P.O.N.R. in this game can be either merciful or tough. After the first battle with [[spoiler: [[TheDragon Zola Dane]]]], Lady Myschala advises you to be sure you have everything you need before heading into the Desert, implying that there is a P.O.N.R. ahead. If you also speak to Dehrimon afterwards, like she suggested as well, he will further imply that the Desert is the P.O.N.R. He will also tell you that you should avoid Stratos, the land of the Desert Lords. HOWEVER, once you hit the Desert, there is another Gate that you open that allows you to travel back to Surdana. As it turns out, the actual P.O.N.R. comes right after the second battle with [[spoiler: [[AnticlimaxBoss Zola Dane]]]]. After the battle, you let Arokh into the cave by opening a nearby entrance. This triggers the cutscene where Rynn and Arokh head into Stratos. At this point, there really is no going back.

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* PointOfNoReturn: In the second game- Depending on who you are, the flavour of P.O.N.R. in this game can be either merciful polite or tough. After the first battle with [[spoiler: [[TheDragon Zola Dane]]]], Lady Myschala advises you to be sure you have everything you need before heading into the Desert, implying that there is a P.O.N.R. ahead. If you also speak to Dehrimon afterwards, like she suggested as well, he will further imply that the Desert is the P.O.N.R. He will also tell you that you should avoid Stratos, the land of the Desert Lords. HOWEVER, once you hit the Desert, there is another Gate that you open that allows you to travel back to Surdana. As it turns out, the actual P.O.N.R. comes right after the second battle with [[spoiler: [[AnticlimaxBoss Zola Dane]]]]. After the battle, you let Arokh into the cave by opening a nearby entrance. This triggers the cutscene where Rynn and Arokh head into Stratos. At this point, there really is no going back.
5th Jan '17 8:26:17 AM worldofdrakan
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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: During the final boss in the second game, [[spoiler:after Jasaad is knocked off the hand of the Pain Golem by Rynn and Arokh's attacks, he is too weak to get away on time when he hits the ground, and it falls on him, crushing him.]]

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: During the final boss in the second game, [[spoiler:after Jasaad [[BigBad Jasaad]] is knocked off the hand of the Pain Golem by Rynn and Arokh's attacks, he is too weak to get away on time when he hits the ground, and it falls on him, crushing him.]]
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