History VideoGame / GabrielKnight

28th Jun '17 9:32:25 AM WaterBlap
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* EverybodyHatesAres: Ogoun Badagris is noted for being a particularly nasty Loa.
21st Jun '17 6:57:32 AM Gosicrystal
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* NotSoDifferent: Although it isn't commented on (and could possibly be a case of AccidentallyAccurate), Ogoun Badagris (one of the patron loa of the Gedde family) is strongly associated with St. George (the patron saint of the Ritter family) in American Voodoo.

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* NotSoDifferent: Although it isn't commented on (and could possibly be a case of AccidentallyAccurate), on, Ogoun Badagris (one of the patron loa of the Gedde family) is strongly associated with St. George (the patron saint of the Ritter family) in American Voodoo.
29th May '17 8:48:39 PM nombretomado
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A series of PC [[PointAndClickGame point-and-click]] AdventureGame titles, created by Creator/JaneJensen (who had worked on ''VideoGame/KingsQuestVI'') and published by {{Sierra}}, as well as [[CharacterTitle the name of their primary hero]].

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A series of PC [[PointAndClickGame point-and-click]] AdventureGame titles, created by Creator/JaneJensen (who had worked on ''VideoGame/KingsQuestVI'') and published by {{Sierra}}, {{Creator/Sierra}}, as well as [[CharacterTitle the name of their primary hero]].
25th Apr '17 5:22:10 AM gunarao
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* SequelGoesGlobal: Inverted. The first game took Gabriel to America, Germany and Africa. ''The Beast Within'' is set entirely within Germany, Grace's prologue cutscene aside.
25th Apr '17 5:19:24 AM gunarao
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* SequelGoesGlobal: Inverted. The first game took Gabriel to America, Germany and Africa. ''The Beast Within'' is set entirely within Germany, Grace's prologue cutscene aside.
18th Apr '17 8:33:07 PM Anorgil
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* NotSoDifferent: Although it isn't commented on (and could possibly be a case of AccidentallyAccurate), Ogoun Badagris (one of the patron loa of the Gedde family) is strongly associated with St. George (the patron saint of the Ritter family) in American Voodoo.
8th Mar '17 2:31:44 PM Anorgil
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* EverybodyHatesAres: Ogoun Badagris is noted for being a particularly nasty Loa.
16th Feb '17 3:38:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers'' (1993): Gabriel Knight is an author and owner of a bookstore in UsefulNotes/NewOrleans. To overcome a writer's block he tries to use the material from a series of murders his policeman friend investigates. However, afflicted with [[NightmareDreams freaky dreams]] nightly, he comes to learn that he shares a family history with a local Voodoo sect within the city, one that hinges upon being able to free his bloodline from a curse that befell them years earlier. With the help of his assistant, Grace Nakimura, and local police officer (and best friend since childhood) Detective Franklin Mosely, Gabriel discovers his roots, learning that he is [[InTheBlood descended from a German family]], the Ritters, whose men were all ''[[GratuitousGerman Schattenjäger]]''; "[[TheHunter Shadow Hunters]]" tasked with [[WhoYouGonnaCall battling the supernatural evils]] of the world, which he accomplishes in this game by healing the [[WomanScorned bad blood]] between his bloodline and that of Malia Gedde, a N'Awlins resident who hides a [[AristocratsAreEvil dark secret]].

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* ''Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers'' (1993): Gabriel Knight is an author and owner of a bookstore in UsefulNotes/NewOrleans. To overcome a writer's block he tries to use the material from a series of murders his policeman friend investigates. However, afflicted with [[NightmareDreams freaky dreams]] nightly, he comes to learn that he shares a family history with a local Voodoo sect within the city, one that hinges upon being able to free his bloodline from a curse that befell them years earlier. With the help of his assistant, Grace Nakimura, and local police officer (and best friend since childhood) Detective Franklin Mosely, Gabriel discovers his roots, learning that he is [[InTheBlood descended from a German family]], the Ritters, whose men were all ''[[GratuitousGerman Schattenjäger]]''; "[[TheHunter "[[HunterOfMonsters Shadow Hunters]]" tasked with [[WhoYouGonnaCall battling the supernatural evils]] of the world, which he accomplishes in this game by healing the [[WomanScorned bad blood]] between his bloodline and that of Malia Gedde, a N'Awlins resident who hides a [[AristocratsAreEvil dark secret]].
26th Jan '17 6:05:19 PM Kaltrope
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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Was the taunting spectre [[spoiler: of Von Glower]] real or false? Gabriel protests that while he could be talking to himself he is not creative enough to imagine in such detail. That and previous games reveal that [[spoiler: the spirits of unrepentant werewolves are barred from ascension, forever condemned to remain in the world they so desperately clung to.]]

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Was the taunting spectre [[spoiler: of Von Glower]] real or false? Gabriel protests that while he could be talking to himself he is not creative enough to imagine in such detail. That and previous games reveal that [[spoiler: the spirits of unrepentant werewolves are barred from ascension, unable to ascend, forever condemned to remain in the world they so desperately clung to.]]
15th Jan '17 5:29:44 PM Kaltrope
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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Was the taunting spectre of [[spoiler: Von Glower]] real or false? Gabriel protests that while he could be talking to himself he is not creative enough to imagine in such detail. That and the previous games reveal that [[spoiler: the spirits of unrepentant werewolves are barred from ascension, forever condemned to remain in the world they so desperately clung to.]]

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Was the taunting spectre of [[spoiler: of Von Glower]] real or false? Gabriel protests that while he could be talking to himself he is not creative enough to imagine in such detail. That and the previous games reveal that [[spoiler: the spirits of unrepentant werewolves are barred from ascension, forever condemned to remain in the world they so desperately clung to.]]
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