History VideoGame / EpicBattleFantasy

22nd Jul '16 1:53:49 AM Carnildo
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* CaptainObvious: In the third game.
-->Protip-Hit the enemies 'til they die!

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* CaptainObvious: CaptainObvious:
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In the third game.
-->Protip-Hit --->Protip-Hit the enemies 'til they die! die!
** In Bullet Heaven 2, the description for the "Imperishable" badge:
---> Beat any boss without getting hit at all. The best way to do this is to not get hit.
22nd Jul '16 1:31:58 AM Carnildo
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* AscendedMeme: The Monoliths' BossInMookClothing status becomes this in ''Bullet Heaven 2'', when the appearance of a Cosmic Monolith midway through the game causes the entire party to panic.

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* AscendedMeme: AscendedMeme:
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The Monoliths' BossInMookClothing status becomes this in ''Bullet Heaven 2'', when the appearance of a Cosmic Monolith midway through the game causes the entire party to panic.panic.
** One of the higher-rated comments on Bullet Heaven 1 is a statement to the effect that after you've beaten the final boss, it feels like you can go out in a rainstorm and not get wet, because you can dance between the raindrops. Come Bullet Heaven 2...
---> '''Lance''': I guess the best way to stay dry in the rain is to get good at playing BulletHell games.
21st Jul '16 2:02:42 AM Carnildo
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* IdiotHero: Everyone, but Matt in particular.

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* IdiotHero: Everyone, but Matt in particular. For example, this exchange from Bullet Heaven 2:
--> ''Natalie'': Hold on, there's a demonic portal opening up ahead. Maybe--
--> ''Matt'': Finally! An exit! I'll take it!
13th Jun '16 2:35:44 PM F1Krazy
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* BleachedUnderpants: Downplayed. ''Epic Battle Fantasy 5'' is set to feature a "NSFW" toggle, which will remove elements like [[NoSwastikas Lance's Nazi/SS logos]], Natz' {{Stripperiffic}} [[AdaptationalModesty out]][[DigitalBikini fits]] and infamous {{Gainaxing}}, and the bears' new {{Fartillery}} attacks, among other things. Enemies' death animations are also more cartoonish, disappearing in a puff of smoke rather than the blood effect of the previous games. This is to widen the game's appeal without censoring it completely, something Matt is quite averse to doing.
4th Jun '16 7:29:05 AM Brickman
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* DualBoss: [[spoiler:Godcat plays it straight first, with Creator Godcat and Destroyer Godcat, then both of their OneWingedAngel forms separate.]]

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* DualBoss: [[spoiler:Godcat plays it straight first, with Creator Godcat and Destroyer Godcat, then both of their OneWingedAngel forms separate.]] After beating both individually they attack you together, but aren't weakened at all.]]
** Near the end of the bonus content in EBF4 you fight "Dark" versions of each party member. After fighting each of them individually, there's a rematch where you fight both of the physically oriented ones at once and both of the magic oriented ones at once.
11th May '16 5:09:01 AM F1Krazy
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* WeatherOfWar: A new feature for EBF 5. Each area of the game world will have several possible weather conditions that randomly cycle over time, with each one affecting battle conditions in a different way. These conditions range from obvious ones like rain, to weirder ones like "Cherry Blossom" and "Cursed Ground".
4th May '16 6:45:14 PM Wuz
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Epic Battle Fantasy is a series of flash games developed by Matt Roszak (AKA "Kupo707", which was changed to "Kupo Games" sometime around the release of [=EBF4=]). It consists of three individual series; the main ''Epic Battle Fantasy'' series of {{Eastern RPG}}s (consisting of four games), as well as two spin-offs.

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Epic Battle Fantasy is a series of flash games developed by Matt Roszak (AKA "Kupo707", "[=Kupo707=]", which was changed to "Kupo Games" sometime around the release of [=EBF4=]). It consists of three individual series; the main ''Epic Battle Fantasy'' series of {{Eastern RPG}}s (consisting of four games), as well as two spin-offs.
26th Apr '16 7:09:16 PM SparksOfTheTempest
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* ThisIsGonnaSuck: In ''4'', Matt takes one look at the [[BossInMookClothing Cosmic Monolith]] in the Battle Mountain and knows the party's in for a bad time. If you actually fight it, he whimpers out [[LittleNo "oh no..."]]
1st Apr '16 5:20:45 AM F1Krazy
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* {{Expy}}: Invoked during EBF5's development. Fans claimed that the Flame Sprite enemies in EBF4 looked like [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Flame Princess]], so for EBF5 Matt turned the resemblance from coincidental to blatantly deliberate.



* ForestRanger: Anna

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* ForestRanger: AnnaAnna.



** This apparently happens each game. First, No Legs joins your party in the second game, when in the first game he rides the first mini boss, and then the Beholder joins too ([[FaceHeelTurn and then it's an enemy in 3 and 4 again]], but ''after'' you defeat it in the latter game it's a helpful summon). Then, of course, Lance after you beat him in the second game. The wooly mammoth from the third game is a summon (and sometimes randomly triggered effect), dropping from the sky to flatten your enemies. Natalie is quite happy to see it's alive and well.

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** This apparently happens each game. First, No Legs joins your party in the second game, when in the first game he rides the first mini boss, and then the Beholder joins too ([[FaceHeelTurn and then it's an enemy in 3 and 4 again]], but ''after'' you defeat it in the latter game it's a helpful summon). Then, of course, Lance after you beat him in the second game. The wooly woolly mammoth from the third game is a summon (and sometimes randomly triggered effect), dropping from the sky to flatten your enemies. Natalie is quite happy to see it's alive and well.



* IdiotHero: everyone, but Matt in particular.

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* IdiotHero: everyone, Everyone, but Matt in particular.



** [[spoiler:Averted with the [[MirrorBoss Evil Versions of the main characters]] in Battle Mountain. The medals don't give away who they are, instead stating vague descriptions]]
* KarlMarxHatesYourGuts: Lampshaded in the fourth game, with a group of protestors who are fighting against the unfair economy of shopkeepers who buy things from players at 1/4th of the price and have a monopoly on goods

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** [[spoiler:Averted with the [[MirrorBoss Evil Versions of the main characters]] in Battle Mountain. The medals don't give away who they are, instead stating vague descriptions]]
descriptions]].
* KarlMarxHatesYourGuts: Lampshaded in the fourth game, with a group of protestors who are fighting against the unfair economy of shopkeepers who buy things from players at 1/4th of the price and have a monopoly on goodsgoods.



** In the third game, you can actually walk around in a world map. And thus, this trope is born. Lampshaded in Glacier Valley if you go to an igloo. Matt will wonder if the vikings will mind if you take their stuff, Lance will say that you'll need to anyway [[BreakingTheFourthWall if you want the treasure hunter medals]], and Natalie will try to get them to stop stealing everything. Lampshaded yet again when you come across ''another'' unlocked tent in Volcano Peak, at which point Natalie agrees to steal things.

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** In the third game, you can actually walk around in a world map. And thus, this trope is born. Lampshaded in Glacier Valley if you go to an igloo. Matt will wonder if the vikings Vikings will mind if you take their stuff, Lance will say that you'll need to anyway [[BreakingTheFourthWall if you want the treasure hunter medals]], and Natalie will try to get them to stop stealing everything. Lampshaded yet again when you come across ''another'' unlocked tent in Volcano Peak, at which point Natalie agrees to steal things.



* LazyBackup: Thankfully, doesn't happen in [=EBF4=] -- if your frontine party is completely incapacitated and your backup is still alive, they'll jump to the front.

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* LazyBackup: Thankfully, doesn't happen in [=EBF4=] -- if your frontine frontline party is completely incapacitated and your backup is still alive, they'll jump to the front.



* LegacyBossBattle: ''4'' has the Wooly Mammoth, the Beholder, the Sandworm, Jack, and the Protector from ''3'', as well as the Zombie Hydra from ''2'', as mini-bosses. And on Battle Mountain, the Cosmic Monolith can be found.
* LeitMotif: Prominent throughout the series. An example being Rage of the Abandoned (Played during a difficult encounter) and Derelict Factory of Twisted Metal. Both are essentially the same thing, but the latter sounds more rerranged.

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* LegacyBossBattle: ''4'' has the Wooly Woolly Mammoth, the Beholder, the Sandworm, Jack, and the Protector from ''3'', as well as the Zombie Hydra from ''2'', as mini-bosses. And on Battle Mountain, the Cosmic Monolith can be found.
* LeitMotif: Prominent throughout the series. An example being Rage of the Abandoned (Played during a difficult encounter) and Derelict Factory of Twisted Metal. Both are essentially the same thing, but the latter sounds more rerranged.rearranged.



* LimitBreak: In ''3'', each character has up to three to choose from! In ''4'', characters can have up to ''eight'' limit breaks!
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: There is a '''[[http://kupo707.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2oq329 LOT]]''' of NPC[=s=]; that's not even all of them.

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* LimitBreak: In ''3'', each character has up to three to choose from! from. In ''4'', characters can have up to ''eight'' limit breaks!
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: There is are a '''[[http://kupo707.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2oq329 LOT]]''' of NPC[=s=]; that's not even all of them.



** The weapons and armors themselves can be more or less, depending on your playstyle, in the 3rd and 4th games. An example is the sky feather in the fourth game. When it starts out, it's rather difficult to use and isn't as powerful as other options, but upgraded, it can, if used right, allow Anna to spam spells and restore her magic constantly. Again, it's more of a your mileage may vary, but for the most part, upgraded items are much more useful than they would appear at low levels.
** Another are the soldier jackets and helmets in 3, which you start out with and resist bomb-type attacks (which no enemy has for the first half of the game). When fully upgraded, they drop medipacks and airstrikes nearly every other turn.
* ManEatingPlant: although Rafflesia (the Jungle boss in the fourth game) does not eat the characters, it has a huge maw full of sharp teeth that looks very carnivorous.

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** The weapons and armors themselves can be more or less, depending on your playstyle, in the 3rd and 4th games. An example is the sky feather Sky Feather in the fourth game. When it starts out, it's rather difficult to use and isn't as powerful as other options, but upgraded, it can, if used right, allow Anna to spam spells and restore her magic constantly. Again, it's more of a your mileage may vary, but for the most part, upgraded items are much more useful than they would appear at low levels.
** Another are the soldier jackets and helmets in 3, which you start out with and which resist bomb-type attacks (which no enemy has for the first half of the game). When fully upgraded, they drop medipacks and airstrikes air strikes nearly every other turn.
* ManEatingPlant: although Although Rafflesia (the Jungle boss in the fourth game) does not eat the characters, it has a huge maw full of sharp teeth that looks very carnivorous.



* MsFanservice: Natz. It gets taken to a whole new level in the second game's GameOver screen, where her dress is nearly ripped apart. You can even click her breasts to induce {{Gainaxing}}. Taken UpToEleven in the third game with her CatGirl and ''Cow Girl'' outfits. In each game, she invokes the trope in her healing "Limit Break", and {{lampshades}} it at least once per game. Anna from the fourth is clearly not impressed, or jealous, but it's hard to tell, by Nat's stature, and during the remarks where she openly says something it's clear Natz is annoyed by it.

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* MsFanservice: Natz. It gets taken to a whole new level in the second game's GameOver screen, where her dress is nearly ripped apart. You can even click her breasts to induce {{Gainaxing}}. Taken UpToEleven in the third game with her CatGirl and ''Cow Girl'' outfits. In each game, she invokes the trope in her healing "Limit Break", and {{lampshades}} it at least once per game. Anna from the fourth is clearly not impressed, or jealous, but it's hard to tell, by Nat's Natz' stature, and during the remarks where she openly says something it's clear Natz is annoyed by it.



** The fourth game has one only available on Kongregate, and must be bought with real money.

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** The fourth game has one only available on Kongregate, Kongregate or Steam, and must be bought with real money.



* ReferenceOverdosed: Just look at the {{Shout Out}}s below.

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* ReferenceOverdosed: Just look at the {{Shout Out}}s below.page.



* ScreamerPrank: Matt's "Screamer" special conjures up a color-inverted picture of a dog and lets loose a bloodcurdling shreik. It hits all enemies for Shadow damage.

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* ScreamerPrank: Matt's "Screamer" special conjures up a color-inverted picture of a dog and lets loose a bloodcurdling shreik. shriek. It hits all enemies for Shadow Dark damage.



*** BigBoosHaunt[=/=]BlackoutBasement[=/=]BonusDungeon: Graybone Cemetary

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*** BigBoosHaunt[=/=]BlackoutBasement[=/=]BonusDungeon: Graybone CemetaryCemetery



* YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm: of the Glitch's attacks, or even its name.

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* YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm: of Of the Glitch's attacks, or even its name.
18th Mar '16 9:09:00 AM PincerAttack
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* ScreamerPrank: Matt's "Screamer" special conjures up a picture of the Smile Dog CreepyPasta and lets loose a bloodcurdling shreik. It hits all enemies for Shadow damage.

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* ScreamerPrank: Matt's "Screamer" special conjures up a color-inverted picture of the Smile Dog CreepyPasta a dog and lets loose a bloodcurdling shreik. It hits all enemies for Shadow damage.
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