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24th May '16 12:29:15 PM NativeJovian
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%%* FragileSpeedster: Generally, any class or sub-class that uses leather armor or light (made of bone) armor to varying degrees. This includes Battle Mages, Rogues, [[ImplausibleFencingPowers Weapon Masters]], [[BareFistedMonk Monks]], general Fighters, as well as others.

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%%* FragileSpeedster: Generally, any class or sub-class that uses leather armor or light (made of bone) armor to varying degrees. This includes Battle Mages, Rogues, [[ImplausibleFencingPowers [[MasterSwordsman Weapon Masters]], [[BareFistedMonk Monks]], general Fighters, as well as others.
22nd May '16 1:48:35 PM AnotherGamer
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* PurposefullyOverpowered: Due to the extreme difficulty in attaining them, most Epic weapons and armor sets are by far the best equipment of their kind for the vast majority of the classes. The same also applies to reinforcement values past +10 and the combination of both of those things can allow you to solo content that's meant for full parties and isn't downscaled with less people playing it.
17th May '16 4:48:33 AM AnotherGamer
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* IdleAnimation: In addition to Gunner's constant reloading, most subclasses have brief animations that grow more elaborate after their 2nd Awakening that generally involve showing off their powers in some non-destructive way.
** All pets also have their own idle animations and some of them might also talk in speech bubble form.
17th May '16 4:34:20 AM AnotherGamer
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* InconsistentDub: Common with English translations of Korean [=MMOs=], but a particularly nasty case is the disaster that hit Arad partway through the game's run -- during OBT1, it was referred to seemingly at random as The Great Metastasis or The Great Devolution -- things directly affected by it are very consistently called "devolved", though. Understandable as this is a result of Neople trying their hand at localizing and DFOG is in a beta state.

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* InconsistentDub: Common with English translations of Korean [=MMOs=], but a particularly nasty case is the disaster that hit Arad partway through the game's run -- during OBT1, the first part of open beta testing, it was referred to seemingly at random as The Great Metastasis or The Great Devolution -- things directly affected by it are very consistently called "devolved", though. Understandable as this is a result of Neople trying their hand at localizing and DFOG is in a beta state.


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** In general, any awkward translations for the initial rerelease version of the game are largely due to it being outsourced to a different company: most of it has been cleaned up in Season 2.
13th May '16 5:19:57 PM AnotherGamer
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** The escort mission with by far the most overpowered APC is the first part of the scenario version of Anton: you begin the assault with Woon, who's wearing an Epic set of armor (as can be seen from the fact that you get massive stat boosts identical to the set described above when you're with him) and makes short work of any enemy he comes across, while you yourself can easily be killed by specific enemy attacks: while you could probably beat the dungeon without him, it'd no doubt take much longer than it would without his assistance, especially if you pay attention to how much damage he's doing with every hit compared to you.
13th May '16 4:03:38 PM AnotherGamer
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** Be proud if you managed to grab a Growing Weapon from an Event while still in early-game and made it Permanent. While it gives no bonuses to Skills or has fancy effects, the stats alone vastly outclass the majority of same-level weapons until the Growing Weapon hits max level, which is around Lv. 65.

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** Be proud if you managed to grab a Growing Weapon from an Event event while still in early-game and made it Permanent. permanent. While it gives no bonuses to Skills skills or has fancy effects, the stats alone vastly outclass the majority of same-level weapons until the Growing Weapon hits max level, which is around Lv. 65. Another thing that makes them far better than most other weapons early on is that reinforcement costs are calculated based on the weapon's level, meaning that you can reinforce them to +10 the second you reach level 17 and can access the feature, allowing you to do so at a pittance compared to the cost of reinforcing higher-leveled weapons.
*** However, since growing weapons are now commonly given out in events, getting a +10 reinforce on any weapon is just a single (although usually prohibitively costly) ticket away and they reach their maximum strength comparatively earlier, they've lost their importance a good deal and count as this only for people who're just starting out with the game.
13th May '16 1:28:49 AM SonicGamer07
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* MarketBasedTitle: A strange case; since the MarketBasedTitle for ''Dungeon & Fighter'' in Japan is ''Arad Senki'', the title of the show is a homegrown title based on a MarektBasedTitle. However, the title is changed ''back'' into ''Dungeon & Fighter: Slap-Up Party'' in Korea because that's the original name of the game.

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* MarketBasedTitle: A strange case; since the MarketBasedTitle for ''Dungeon & Fighter'' in Japan is ''Arad Senki'', the title of the show is a homegrown title based on a MarektBasedTitle.MarketBasedTitle. However, the title is changed ''back'' into ''Dungeon & Fighter: Slap-Up Party'' in Korea because that's the original name of the game.
13th May '16 1:27:29 AM SonicGamer07
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* AnachronicOrder: Unusually for this trope, the ''locations'' come off as this for anyone who's played the game pre-[[CosmicRetcon Metastasis]]. For example, in the game, Hendon Myre is the second area, followed by Sky Tower, then Behemoth. In the anime, Behemoth is ''TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon'', while Hendon Myre is the ''third'' visited area.

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* AdaptedOut: Emperyan never appears, although Capenesis mentions that it's his home quite a few times. [[spoiler:The group ''does'' try to get there, but get ejected out of Sky Tower by Castellan and are subsequently flown to Behemoth, where the finale takes place.]]
* AnachronicOrder: Unusually for this trope, the ''locations'' come off as this for anyone who's played the game pre-[[CosmicRetcon Metastasis]]. For example, in the game, Hendon Myre is the second area, followed by Sky Tower, then Behemoth. In the anime, Behemoth is ''TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon'', [[spoiler:''TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon'']], while Hendon Myre is the ''third'' visited area.



* BroadStrokes: The only story content that the anime borrows directly from the game is the prologue, which is roughly the same. However, the prologue's adaptation is somewhat loose, as it replaces the other three Masters that weren't Roxy or Aganzo with two {{Canon Foreigner}}s that have later plot relevance.



* GuestStarPartyMember: Jeda is never officially part of Baron's party, but he will team up with them if they're nearby.



* LetsGetDangerous: Even though Capensis is the show's resident ButtMonkey, he's actually pretty decent in a battle when this trope kicks in.



* MarketBasedTitle: The anime is known as ''Dungeon and Fighter: Slap-Up Party'' in Korea to better tie it into the game.

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* MarketBasedTitle: The anime is known as A strange case; since the MarketBasedTitle for ''Dungeon and & Fighter'' in Japan is ''Arad Senki'', the title of the show is a homegrown title based on a MarektBasedTitle. However, the title is changed ''back'' into ''Dungeon & Fighter: Slap-Up Party'' in Korea to better tie it into because that's the original name of the game.



* SpannerInTheWorks: Hilia's plan in Episode 5 would probably have gone off without a hitch... [[spoiler:if the pistol she confiscated from Ixia wasn't enchanted to magically contain two bickering men in place of a bullet that ''would'' have killed Baron.]]

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* SpannerInTheWorks: Hilia's Hillia's plan in Episode 5 would probably have gone off without a hitch... [[spoiler:if the pistol she confiscated from Ixia wasn't enchanted to magically contain two bickering men in place of a bullet that ''would'' have killed Baron.]]



* TitleDrop: Whenever Baron does his "Party call!" BattleCry, the group always finishes it off with a hearty "Dungeon and Fighter!".

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* TitleDrop: Whenever Baron does his "Party call!" BattleCry, the group always finishes it off with a hearty "Dungeon and Fighter!".
Fighter!". This is in spite of the fact that the show is called ''Arad Senki'' due to being Japanese-produced.
8th May '16 3:38:41 PM AnotherGamer
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* BlingOfWar: One of the Epic equipment sets is essentially an overly ornate commander's outfit which gives massive status buffs to all party members. The descriptions of each piece lampshade how it isn't what actual military men wear and how ridiculously many medals it has hanging off it.


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* IKnowMaddenKombat: One of the Epic equipment sets is strongly implied to be a set of football equipment that gives massive bonuses to your stats and damage when you dash and perform dash attacks.
5th May '16 7:03:35 AM AnotherGamer
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* PowerCreepPowerSeep: You can fight most of the main characters in Slap-Up Party inside Tower Of Despair, but despite their overall status in their own story and the floors you fight them in, none of them pose that much of a challenge when compared to other characters you fight there. Awakened Baron is probably the worst example of this: despite the fact that he's fought in floor 92 and is level 90, he can be killed extremely quickly since he's a Soul Bender, all of which have weak defense.

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* PowerCreepPowerSeep: You can fight most of the main characters in Slap-Up Party inside Tower Of Despair, but despite their overall status in their own story and the floors you fight them in, none most of them don't pose that much of a challenge when compared to other characters you fight there. Awakened Baron is probably the worst example of this: despite the fact that he's fought in floor 92 and is level 90, he can be killed extremely quickly since he's a Soul Bender, all of which have weak defense.defense.
** The one exception of this is Deranged Ixia, who's fought in floor 51: she spends the entire fight spamming hard-to-avoid spells at you, is invincible for most of the battle and has by far the most health of any enemy in the tower.
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