History VideoGame / ExitFate

3rd Sep '17 5:56:50 PM GrammarNavi
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Never confuse the protagonist, Daniel Vinyard, with the similarly-named character ([[NamesTheSame Daniel Vin]]'''e'''[[NamesTheSame yard]]) of AmericanHistoryX. This work is also not about exiting ''{{Fate}}''.

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Never confuse the protagonist, Daniel Vinyard, with the similarly-named character ([[NamesTheSame Daniel Vin]]'''e'''[[NamesTheSame yard]]) of AmericanHistoryX.''Film/AmericanHistoryX''. This work is also not about exiting ''{{Fate}}''.
26th Aug '17 4:33:48 PM nombretomado
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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Status effects. Enemies use them all the time, you don't have them, and you can't even prevent them the way you can in ''LastScenario''. On the plus side, ''positive'' status effects are extremely helpful.

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Status effects. Enemies use them all the time, you don't have them, and you can't even prevent them the way you can in ''LastScenario''.''VideoGame/LastScenario''. On the plus side, ''positive'' status effects are extremely helpful.



* ContinuityNod: There is a man in one town telling his grandchildren a story about "a boy who wanted to become a hero." For other references to ''LastScenario'', see the ShoutOut examples on this page.

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* ContinuityNod: There is a man in one town telling his grandchildren a story about "a boy who wanted to become a hero." For other references to ''LastScenario'', ''VideoGame/LastScenario'', see the ShoutOut examples on this page.



** Keyser is pretty much what [[LastScenario Drakovic]] would be if he wasn't a NonActionGuy.

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** Keyser is pretty much what [[LastScenario [[VideoGame/LastScenario Drakovic]] would be if he wasn't a NonActionGuy.



** Bosses: Riftgate, Pestilence, and Rashnu. As one could expect, they're not the same persons/creatures though; some of them, however share the fighting style of their namesake. One example is the [[OurMonstersAreWeird Riftgate]], which [[ThatOneBoss stomped you into the ground by being almost immune to everything except non-elemental magic]] in LastScenario, but has rather low defense in ''Exit Fate''. However, its attacks are almost the same, and it looks the same despite being yellow instead of black...

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** Bosses: Riftgate, Pestilence, and Rashnu. As one could expect, they're not the same persons/creatures though; some of them, however share the fighting style of their namesake. One example is the [[OurMonstersAreWeird Riftgate]], which [[ThatOneBoss stomped you into the ground by being almost immune to everything except non-elemental magic]] in LastScenario, ''VideoGame/LastScenario'', but has rather low defense in ''Exit Fate''. However, its attacks are almost the same, and it looks the same despite being yellow instead of black...



** Several to SCF's first game, ''LastScenario'':

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** Several to SCF's first game, ''LastScenario'':''VideoGame/LastScenario'':



*** Sef with his [[TheFundamentalist fanatic]] [[HeroicWannabe heroism]] is kind of a [[PluckyComicRelief comic relief]] version of [[LastScenario Hilbert]], with religion thrown in. Plus their uncanny resemblence.

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*** Sef with his [[TheFundamentalist fanatic]] [[HeroicWannabe heroism]] is kind of a [[PluckyComicRelief comic relief]] version of [[LastScenario [[VideoGame/LastScenario Hilbert]], with religion thrown in. Plus their uncanny resemblence.resemblance.



*** Or the druids' names, which already were those of Havali {{NPC}}s in ''LastScenario''.

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*** Or the druids' names, which already were those of Havali {{NPC}}s in ''LastScenario''.''VideoGame/LastScenario''.



* SignatureStyle: ''Exit Fate'' features a NeutralGood protagonist seeking peace and justice, a complex situation with three countries in a war, many [[ManBehindTheMan men behind the men]], and LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters. SCF seems to [[AuthorAppeal like]] those tropes and motives, considering the fact that aforementioned elements were also formative for LastScenario.[[note]]Though he could have done this deliberately to make the fans expect such a plot in his next game just to pick it apart then, seeing as how both his games have some elements of {{Deconstruction}}, {{Subversion}} and other kinds of PlayingWithATrope.[[/note]]

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* SignatureStyle: ''Exit Fate'' features a NeutralGood protagonist seeking peace and justice, a complex situation with three countries in a war, many [[ManBehindTheMan men behind the men]], and LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters. SCF seems to [[AuthorAppeal like]] those tropes and motives, considering the fact that aforementioned elements were also formative for LastScenario.''VideoGame/LastScenario''.[[note]]Though he could have done this deliberately to make the fans expect such a plot in his next game just to pick it apart then, seeing as how both his games have some elements of {{Deconstruction}}, {{Subversion}} and other kinds of PlayingWithATrope.[[/note]]



* StandardStatusEffects: Including some that aren't so standard. Like in LastScenario, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard enemies use them relentlessly on you, but you don't get them]]. You can still use buffs, though.

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* StandardStatusEffects: Including some that aren't so standard. Like in LastScenario, ''VideoGame/LastScenario'', [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard enemies use them relentlessly on you, but you don't get them]]. You can still use buffs, though.



* SwirlyEnergyThingy: The Riftgate, which (sort of) returns from LastScenario, is a living, malevolent one.

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* SwirlyEnergyThingy: The Riftgate, which (sort of) returns from LastScenario, ''VideoGame/LastScenario'', is a living, malevolent one.
23rd May '17 11:28:43 PM Nylsa
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* BodyguardCrush: Ayara as some very severe elements of this. Jasper isn't quite as bad, but it's still there.

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* BodyguardCrush: Ayara as has some very severe elements of this. Jasper isn't quite as bad, but it's still there.
21st Apr '17 10:06:35 PM nombretomado
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* OminousPipeOrgan: Vanrushal's battle theme, taken from ''SuikodenII'.

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* OminousPipeOrgan: Vanrushal's battle theme, taken from ''SuikodenII'.''VideoGame/SuikodenII'.



** Luther and Vanrushal are parodies of Kahn Marley and Neclord from the {{Suikoden}} series respectively.
** ''SuikodenII'': Boris looks much like Kiba, and Ash could be called a more subtle version of Luca Blight. [[StoneWall Sormaus]] looks just like Bolgan, complete with the hair.

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** Luther and Vanrushal are parodies of Kahn Marley and Neclord from the {{Suikoden}} VideoGame/{{Suikoden}} series respectively.
** ''SuikodenII'': ''VideoGame/SuikodenII'': Boris looks much like Kiba, and Ash could be called a more subtle version of Luca Blight. [[StoneWall Sormaus]] looks just like Bolgan, complete with the hair.
16th Feb '17 3:30:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheHunter: Clint.
26th Dec '16 6:12:05 PM ADrago
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* LostForever: Mostly averted! Not a single potential party member in the game can be permanently missed. Secret dialogues and special boss items, however, can. (What do you mean, you didn't haul along an otherwise-useless thief character and protect them while they [[LuckBasedMission attempt]] to [[VideoGameStealing steal that armor]] from the boss?)


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: Mostly averted! Not a single potential party member in the game can be permanently missed. Secret dialogues and special boss items, however, can. (What do you mean, you didn't haul along an otherwise-useless thief character and protect them while they [[LuckBasedMission attempt]] to [[VideoGameStealing steal that armor]] from the boss?)
15th Dec '16 9:32:28 AM Edrobot
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** The battle with [[spoiler:Demon Trevor and Sick]] is similar to the multi-part battle with Luca Blight in Suikoden II, where you split up into three separate parties to battle an absurdly hard boss.
20th Aug '16 10:02:00 AM nombretomado
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** Griever wields the {{Dragonlance}}.

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** Griever wields the {{Dragonlance}}.Literature/{{Dragonlance}}.
30th Jun '16 6:04:10 AM SeraphimSwordmaster
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* AMillionIsAStatistic: The armies have literally hundreds of people dying on each side, but the importance of one noteworthy character's fate is more important than the rest.

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* AMillionIsAStatistic: The armies have literally hundreds of people dying on each side, but the importance of one noteworthy character's fate is more important than the rest. Daniel eventually calls out [[spoiler:TheEmperor]] on this but [[ShutUpKirk he throws it right back in his face]].
11th May '16 3:01:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheKnightsTemplar: Tons of "Crusaders" in Avalon.
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