History VideoGame / FortuneSummoners

18th Apr '17 2:08:26 PM Malady
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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: The farther you go from the starting town of Tonkiness, the more expensive each inn is. Partly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that Tonkiness is a tiny town and the larger cities thus attract far more tourists, and that the local innkeeper knows you and drops the price for you.

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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: The farther you go from the starting town of Tonkiness, the more expensive each inn is. Partly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] {{justified|Trope}} by the fact that Tonkiness is a tiny town and the larger cities thus attract far more tourists, and that the local innkeeper knows you and drops the price for you.you.
* AdjectiveNounFred: The naming of the Magical Girl Merrin story.



* AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent: Quite a bit into the game, you're pulled out of Arche's perspective and into Stella's for a while, as sort of an interactive flashback.
** BagOfSharing: During this segment, Stella has access to all of the items you just had on you while playing as Arche.

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* AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent: Quite a bit into the game, you're pulled out of Arche's perspective and into Stella's for a while, as sort of an interactive flashback.
** BagOfSharing: During this segment, Stella
flashback, and has access to all of the items you just had on you while playing as Arche.a BagOfSharing.



* BadassNormal: Arche, being the only member of your group incapable of casting magic [[spoiler:until the endgame]]. By the world's standards, [[spoiler: Sana, as she is the only party member without a legendary elemental stone ([[EpilepticTree or does she?]]).]]

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* BadassNormal: Arche, being the only member of your group incapable of casting magic [[spoiler:until the endgame]]. By the world's standards, [[spoiler: Sana, [[spoiler:Sana, as she is the only party member without a legendary elemental stone ([[EpilepticTree or does she?]]).]]]]
* BagOfSharing: During this segment, Stella has access to all of the items you just had on you while playing as Arche.



* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler:Arche, Sana and Stella manage to beat The Dark Witch in the end despite the whole City Guard of Chatreaux City not being able to lay a finger on her, and being warned time and again that they are completely outmatched. This is partly in thanks of Arche and Stella's elemental stones protecting them from the petrification of being in the Dark World.]]

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* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler:Arche, Arche, Sana and Stella manage to beat The fight off [[spoiler:The Dark Witch in the end end]] despite the whole City Guard of Chatreaux City not being able to lay a finger on [[spoiler:on her, and being warned time and again that they are completely outmatched. This spoiler:This is partly in thanks of Arche and Stella's elemental stones protecting them from the petrification of being in the Dark World.]]



* {{Gainaxing}}: When we see the Dark Witch, she gainaxes while MidairBobbing.



* KidHero: Stella, Arche, and Sana are all prepubescent and they [[spoiler:fight off the Dark Witch]]. On a smaller scale, Arche and Stella also get medicine to [[spoiler:heal Sana for their next adventure]].



* LinearWarriorsQuadraticWizards: Averted. Using magic is slow, so Arche generally blitzes most mages before they can get off a spell, making her quite balanced (in singleplayer mode at least) with the other party members. In fact, while Sana or Stella being hit with Confuse (which temporarily makes you attack your allies) is only a minor inconvenience, a confused Arche can easily cause a [[TotalPartyKill TPK]] within seconds in the lategame.

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* LinearWarriorsQuadraticWizards: Averted. Using magic is slow, so Arche generally blitzes most mages before they can get off a spell, making her quite balanced (in singleplayer mode at least) with the other party members. In fact, while Sana or Stella being hit with Confuse (which temporarily makes you attack your allies) is only a minor inconvenience, a confused Arche can easily cause a [[TotalPartyKill TPK]] TotalPartyKill within seconds in the lategame.



* MidairBobbing: The Dark Witch does it when floating.



* OjouRinglets - [[TheOjou Stella]] wears this style. She is a haughty little rich girl, but becomes more friendly as the game progresses.

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* OjouRinglets - OjouRinglets: [[TheOjou Stella]] wears this style. She is a haughty little rich girl, but becomes more friendly as the game progresses.
11th Apr '17 9:27:42 AM Malady
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* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler:Arche, Sana and Stella manage to beat The Dark Witch in the end despite the whole City Guard of Chatreaux City not being able to lay a finger on her, and being warned time and again that they are completely outmatched. This is partly in thanks of Arche and Stella's elemental stones protecting them from Selene's petrification spells.]]
* DuelingPlayerCharacters: There's a brief section where you play as [[LovableAlphaBitch Stella]] in a flashback explaining how she got to the section of dungeon you just reached. When you reach the present she challenges Arche to a dual, serving as a BossFight (something of a CurbstompBattle, since she's a SquishyWizard and the battle takes place in a small arena), before joining the PlayerParty.

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* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler:Arche, Sana and Stella manage to beat The Dark Witch in the end despite the whole City Guard of Chatreaux City not being able to lay a finger on her, and being warned time and again that they are completely outmatched. This is partly in thanks of Arche and Stella's elemental stones protecting them from Selene's the petrification spells.of being in the Dark World.]]
* DuelingPlayerCharacters: There's a brief section where you play as [[LovableAlphaBitch Stella]] in a flashback explaining how she got to the section of dungeon you just reached. When you reach the present she challenges Arche to a dual, duel, serving as a BossFight (something of a CurbstompBattle, since she's a SquishyWizard and the battle takes place in a small arena), before joining the PlayerParty.


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* {{Fireballs}}: Marina's parents fling them around when they fight:
--> Yesterday, my mom and dad got into [a] fight. It was... so horrible... [...] Well, Mom said to Dad, 'You were ogling that harlot in the weapon shop the whole time, I saw you!'... [...] and, uh, after that, it was just a lot of shouting and fireballs..


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* NamedAfterSomeoneFamous: Marina, as she relates what her parents told her:
--> They told me my name was inspired by some big, famous magician from the past.
11th Apr '17 8:55:38 AM Malady
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* HarpingOnAboutHarpies: Harpies appear in Weathervane Tower. They are quite [[CuteMonsterGirl cute]], but they are no less hateful and annoying.

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* HarpingOnAboutHarpies: Harpies appear in Weathervane Tower. They are quite [[CuteMonsterGirl cute]], {{Cute|MonsterGirl}}, but they are no less hateful and annoying.



* ImmortalityBeginsAtTwenty: Literally, for the Elm, except they're not immortal:
--> The typical Elm has a lifespan of roughly a millenia and a half; they age in a similar fashion to humans until the age of 20, at which point they appear 'immortal' like an elf.



* PoisonedWeapon: In the StoryWithinAStory, ''Magical Girl Merrin'', Part 4/12:
--> goblins descended on Merrin from all directions. Their swords were bent and rusty, their bows and arrows small and ridiculous... but even these could be deadly when coated in terrible poison, and the weapons lashing out at Merrin were.



* SequelHook: The way the story wraps up calls for a sequel. Sadly, there's none, not even in Japan, and there are no announcements of one.

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* SequelHook: The way the story wraps up up, with there likely being an Earth Elemental Stone and calls for a sequel. Sadly, there's none, not even in Japan, and there are no announcements of one.


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* StoryWithinAStory: Magical Girl Merrin, which is in twelve parts found throughout the world.


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* TheTheTitle: The in-game book: ''The Elm: Myth & Mystery'', about the Gnome-Elf hybrids known as the Elm.
4th Apr '17 3:01:26 PM Malady
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* ExperienceMeter: At the top of the screen, a thin bar at the bottom of the [=GUI=] section that displays the character statistics.
* FlavorText: Most items have some:
** Taiyaki:
---> Fish-shaped snacks made from baked wheat filled with bean paste. Arche loves these. Restores some HP. (Restores 50-60 HP)
** Slime Bean:
---> A jellybean shaped like a slime. Green ones are lychee, blue ones are mint, yellow ones are lemon. Restores a fair bit of HP. (Restores 90-120 HP)
** Walnut Chocolate:
---> Chocolate candy with a walnut inside. Be careful when biting down on it or you'll hurt your teeth! Restores some HP. (Restores 120-170 HP)



* HealingPotion: A few items:
** Taiyaki: (Restores 50-60 HP)
** Slime Bean: (Restores 90-120 HP)
** Walnut Chocolate: (Restores 120-170 HP)
* HeartsAreHealth: The LifeMeter has a HeartSymbol to its left to denote its LifeMeter-ness.



* LifeMeter: At the top of the screen. The bar is orange, instead of the usual red.



* ManaMeter: At the top of the screen. The bar is blue.



** Dialogues in the Weathervane tower do suggest that they're perfectly capable of fighting their way through monsters. The mystery still remains though on how they managed to reach Chartreaux City with neither fire nor water user.

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** Dialogues in the Weathervane tower do suggest that they're perfectly capable of fighting their way through monsters. The mystery still remains though on how they managed to reach Chartreaux City with neither fire nor water user.users.


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* OneWordTitle: Some of the Messages that you get, and most of them are ExcitedShowTitle:
** Moving!
** EMERGENCY!
** Sleepover!
** Scary!...
3rd Apr '17 11:44:14 AM Malady
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* HealingHands: Sana and Stella get some healing spells.
* HairDecorations: Stella has bows at the tops of her OjouRinglets.


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* {{Teleportation}}: There are trapped chests that teleport you places, and Sana also has a teleportation spell that functions as a WarpWhistle.
11th Mar '17 8:06:03 PM Malady
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* {{Yonkoma}}: There are some about the characters, online at the official site: http://lizsoft.jp/4koma/.
20th Jan '17 5:27:04 PM Malady
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Available for Steam [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/203510/ here]].
9th Jan '17 2:28:34 PM Malady
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* TheWeirdSisters: The three protagonists, being female, and all being able to cast magic once Arche gets her elemental stone [[spoiler:unlocked, and is fused with Chiffon]].
31st Dec '16 8:37:21 AM DustSnitch
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: The four-digit code needed to access the BonusDungeon is only given out after beating the FinalBoss. And you can't just look it up online, either; the code is randomly generated for every playthrough! This is done to prevent the player from accessing it early, since the equipment obtained in there would [[GameBreaker make the final boss too easy]].

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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: DevelopersForesight: The four-digit code needed to access the BonusDungeon is only given out after beating the FinalBoss. And you can't just look it up online, either; the code is randomly generated for every playthrough! This is done to prevent the player from accessing it early, since the equipment obtained in there would [[GameBreaker make the final boss too easy]].
29th Dec '16 6:32:44 PM ADrago
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* LostForever: This can happen, but not to anything good or important. You can miss an accessory for Arche in the bonus quest if the player continues with the main story from a Prologue Clear save without playing through it. The bonus quest can only be accessed from a Prologue Clear save. [[spoiler:Also, the two accessories which can be won from Rock-Paper-Scissors, as well as the few items to be found in Minasa-Ratis Magic School after fixing Mr. Towarin's magic pot, as the normal school area becomes permanently inaccessible.]]


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: This can happen, but not to anything good or important. You can miss an accessory for Arche in the bonus quest if the player continues with the main story from a Prologue Clear save without playing through it. The bonus quest can only be accessed from a Prologue Clear save. [[spoiler:Also, the two accessories which can be won from Rock-Paper-Scissors, as well as the few items to be found in Minasa-Ratis Magic School after fixing Mr. Towarin's magic pot, as the normal school area becomes permanently inaccessible.]]
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