History VideoGame / FreedomForce

18th Jul '16 9:09:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Blitzkrieg, the BigBad of ''Third Reich''. [[spoiler:To protect his base, he uses the "barrier" method used by Nuclear Winter in the beginning of the game but removing the weakness that allowed the heroes to cross it (making it go underground, so that the Ant can't burrow underneath it. When the protagonists manage to enter the base (by travelling further back in time to set a bomb in the barrier generator), instead of facing them directly, Blitzkrieg instead creates portals to the future from which he summons endless waves of mooks to overpower them. Only when Alchemiss manages to reverse time and order the protagonists to destroy the machines that create the portals (which were previously ''invisible'') and thus is left with no other options does Blitzkrieg engage the team directly.]]
** Don't forget, when the team goes [[spoiler:back in time to plant the bomb in the barrier generator, he doubles the amount of guards in past, which means the guards in present get doubled too. He also launches several new weapons.]]
27th Jun '16 7:00:22 PM starofjusticev21
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** There's the very British Blackjack (who even has an attack called Biff for Blighty) and the very French Tricolour in the sequel.

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** There's the [[IAmVeryBritish very British British]] Blackjack (who even has an attack called Biff for Blighty) and the very French Tricolour in the sequel.
26th Jun '16 4:40:40 PM starofjusticev21
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** Let's not forget Quetzacoatl, who is an expy of a Superfriends Captain Ethnic, El Dorado. Conceptually he's got much more in common with the Don Blake Thor (mortal who changes into avatar of mythical god to fight crime) and Captain Marvel (adult hero with kid alter ego).

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** Let's not forget Quetzacoatl, who is an expy of a Superfriends Captain Ethnic, El Dorado. Conceptually he's got much more in common with the Don Blake Thor (mortal who changes into avatar of mythical god to fight crime) and Captain Marvel (adult hero with kid alter ego).



** Quetzalcoatl is a cross between Thor, Captain Marvel and the almost forgotten El Dorado, plus Firestorm's shared consciousness, and his origins are similar to Franchise/SpiderMan's.

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** Quetzalcoatl is a cross between Thor, Thor (human changes to avatar of mythical god to fight crime), Captain Marvel (adult hero with kid alter ego) and the almost forgotten El Dorado, plus Firestorm's shared consciousness, and his origins are similar to Franchise/SpiderMan's.
26th Jun '16 9:20:20 AM starofjusticev21
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** Let's not forget Quetzacoatl, who is an expy of a Superfriends Captain Ethnic, El Dorado (Conceptually, he's got much more in common with the Don Blake Thor or Captain Marvel).

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** Let's not forget Quetzacoatl, who is an expy of a Superfriends Captain Ethnic, El Dorado (Conceptually, Dorado. Conceptually he's got much more in common with the Don Blake Thor or (mortal who changes into avatar of mythical god to fight crime) and Captain Marvel).Marvel (adult hero with kid alter ego).
18th Jun '16 10:00:41 PM DelShiftB
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* CrutchCharacter: [[spoiler:Alchemiss.]]

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* CrutchCharacter: [[spoiler:Alchemiss.]]In the sequel, [[spoiler:Alchemiss]]. She is powerful, as a starting character.



** PureEnergy: Man-Bot and a number supernatural or laser weapon weilding enemies.

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** PureEnergy: Man-Bot and a number supernatural or laser weapon weilding wielding enemies.



* GreenRocks: Energy X.

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* GreenRocks: Energy X. The end of the Third Reich shows that [[spoiler:Energy X is somehow an entity outside existence, who originally expected the rules of good people using the powers for good, and evil using their powers for evil.]]



* HeelFaceTurn: The Ant [[spoiler:who was subject to mind control]], and Microwave [[spoiler:before being reprogrammed]].

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* HeelFaceTurn: The Ant [[spoiler:who was subject to mind control]], and Microwave [[spoiler:before being reprogrammed]].reprogrammed]], and [[spoiler:Entropy]] before defeating Time Master.



* HiveMind: Red Sun.

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* HiveMind: Red Sun. Killing one instance causes the other nearby members of Red Sun to become more powerful.



* PointBuildSystem: Heros are assigned a point value based on their stats and abilities. In the first game multiplayer, the party needed to be within the point limit, while the sequel requires all characters to be within 6000 points.

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* PointBuildSystem: Heros Heroes are assigned a point value based on their stats and abilities. In the first game multiplayer, the party needed to be within the point limit, while the sequel requires all characters to be within 6000 points.



** Red Oktober in the sequel.

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** Red Oktober in the sequel.sequel, although she didn't want world destruction as Nuclear Winter wanted.
18th Jun '16 10:55:25 AM DelShiftB
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* PointBuildSystem: Heros are assigned a point value based on their stats and abilities. In the first game multiplayer, the party needed to be within the point limit, while the sequel requires all characters to be within 6000 points.
2nd May '16 6:16:49 AM DelShiftB
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* CutsceneDrop: In certain interrogations (e.g. during ''The Voice of Doom''), the party gets teleported to a specific location for the cutscene to play properly. The most notable is all four team members teleporting into the cutscene ambush, and after said ambush, being teleported behind a church nowhere near the ambush (even if you defeat all enemies at the ambush area.)
17th Mar '16 3:13:07 PM DelShiftB
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* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:The Ant, Microwave]].

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* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:The Ant, Microwave]].The Ant [[spoiler:who was subject to mind control]], and Microwave [[spoiler:before being reprogrammed]].


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* SetAMookToKillAMook:
** Enemies may sometimes receive the enraged, hypnotized or possessed condition, which forced them to attack their allies (or randeom targets.)
** In the final mission, [[spoiler:Microwave]] can force one set of enemies to fight against each other.
8th Jan '16 5:15:53 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with the NES Zapper game of the same name, by Sunsoft. Also not to be confused with the MarvelComics team by that name, who were really just the paroled [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Brotherhood of Evil Mutants]] with the second SpiderWoman (and a couple of aged fourth-stringers) [[TokenGoodTeammate thrown in]].

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Not to be confused with the NES Zapper game of the same name, by Sunsoft. Also not to be confused with the MarvelComics team by that name, who were really just the paroled [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen Brotherhood of Evil Mutants]] with the second SpiderWoman ComicBook/SpiderWoman (and a couple of aged fourth-stringers) [[TokenGoodTeammate thrown in]].
3rd Jan '16 9:13:38 AM starofjusticev21
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* CatchPhrase: Lots and lots and lots and lots and lots. "Rings of Rexxor!", "RightMakesMight!", "It's ant-tastic!"

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* CatchPhrase: Lots and lots and lots and lots and lots. It ''is'' a 60's superhero team, after all. "Rings of Rexxor!", "RightMakesMight!", "It's ant-tastic!"
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