History VideoGame / GagharvTrilogy

20th Jun '17 7:10:37 AM jake38
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The trilogy is rather infamous for its BadExportForYou, which very nearly killed the chances of localization for 'VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky'', and by extension, the ''VideoGame/KisekiSeries'' as a whole. Even then, they influenced a lot of plot points in the Kiseki series.

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The trilogy is rather infamous for its BadExportForYou, which very nearly killed the chances of localization for 'VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky'', ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky'', and by extension, the ''VideoGame/KisekiSeries'' as a whole. Even then, they influenced a lot of plot points in the Kiseki series.
20th Jun '17 7:09:34 AM jake38
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The trilogy is rather infamous for its BadExportForYou, which very nearly killed the chances of localization for VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky, and by extension, the VideoGame/KisekiSeries as a whole. Even then, they influenced a lot of plot points in the Kiseki series.

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The trilogy is rather infamous for its BadExportForYou, which very nearly killed the chances of localization for VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky, 'VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky'', and by extension, the VideoGame/KisekiSeries ''VideoGame/KisekiSeries'' as a whole. Even then, they influenced a lot of plot points in the Kiseki series.
9th Jan '17 8:24:34 AM IrueruPunch
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* AbhorrentAdmirer: Shannon, to Mile.



* AllThereInTheManual:
** The trilogy's Memorial Book all but confirmed that [[spoiler:Avin and Rutice had been married for years and had children by the time of Ocean. Rouca's profile even mentioned that he and Avin are "brothers in law".]]
** PSP version's History entries add flavors to the trilogy's world-building, by noting on significant historical events in the games' respective region.



* BadassAdorable: Jurio, Chris, Shannon, Rael, Forte, Una, Aida.

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* BadassAdorable: Jurio, Chris, Shannon, Shannon (implied), Rael, Forte, Una, Aida.



* BitCharacter: Many NPCs you can talk to change their dialogue as the game progresses.

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* BitCharacter: Many NPCs [=NPCs=] you can talk to change their dialogue as the game progresses.



* DarkerAndEdgier: Vermillion is this to the other two games.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Vermillion is this to the other two games. Moreso in the original PC-98 version, in which [[spoiler:Madram was a WellIntentionedExtremist who went around killing people as sacrifices to revive Dominique, Mile and Eimelle were permanently killed off in the middle of the game, and Bardus goes berserk after Octum is defeated, which prompted Avin to kill him too]]. It also helps that Avin is three years older than Jurio and Forte, which allows more mature insight of the game's story.



* MySisterIsOffLimits: Avin is REALLY against Eimelle dating or marrying anyone. Eimelle also gives Avin stares when he says he will protect a NPC female if she gets in trouble.

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* LighterAndSofter: The Windows remake of Vermillion, which is now considered the canon version, changed the story to be more positive than the PC-98 release. Specifically, [[spoiler:Mile CameBackWrong AND [[CameBackStrong Strong]] instead of being permanently killed off, Eimelle was unconscious and had reasons to be kidnapped by Octum Apostles instead of sharing Mile's original fate, and Madram's SenselessSacrifice was changed into a more [[HeroicSacrifice heroic one]].]]
* LimitBreak: In PSP version, everyone has one of these and they can be used once their Special gauge is full. The protagonists are usually the ones who have more than one Special Technique, though Aida already has two by the time she joins the party [[spoiler:and she even upgrades her second Special Technique with completely different animations]].
* MySisterIsOffLimits: Avin is REALLY against Eimelle dating or marrying anyone. Eimelle also gives Avin stares when he says he will protect a NPC female [=NPC=] if she gets in trouble.trouble. [[spoiler:Subverted in the ending, where Eimelle even had to encourage her brother to talk with Rutice for one last time before she set off to a journey of redemption.]]
* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome:
** Gueld's pilgrimage twenty years before Moonlight begins is often considered as this, even in-universe.
** In Vermillion, Shannon was able to travel between towns and cross islands full of road-blocking monsters just to chase her crush Mile. One has to wonder if she simply avoided the monsters or beat them into pulps.



* SupportingProtagonist: In Song of the Ocean, while the point of view is from Forte's point of view, McBain is both more relevant to the plot and the one who set out on a journey in the first place.

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** Falcom has used both "Ju''l''io" and "Ju''r''io" for the protagonist of Moonlight in promotional materials.
** Is Vermillion's BadassTeacher Elenoa (original Bandai translation), Ellenoa (Falcom's romanization), or Eleanor (Ocean's translation)?
* SupportingProtagonist: SupportingProtagonist:
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In Song of the Ocean, while the point of view is from Forte's point of view, McBain Macbain is both more relevant to the plot and the one who set out on a journey in the first place.place. [[spoiler:It comes in play in the last two chapters of the game, in which Macbain encouraged Forte to take up his mantle and become the main character from then on.]]
** In Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch, while Jurio and Chris' pilgrimage is important, the main focus of the story is the titular Moonlight Witch Gueld and her pilgrimage twenty years ago.
29th Dec '16 4:39:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}: '''Michel de Lap Heaven'''. His badassery [[spoiler:even transcend boundaries of dimensions in ''Alternative Saga''!]]
** BadassAdorable: Jurio, Chris, Shannon, Rael, Forte, Una, Aida.
** BadassGrandpa: Every games has at least one. Playable characters-wise, we have [[spoiler:Durzel]] for Moonlight, Gawaine for Vermillion, and Macbain for Ocean.
** TookALevelInBadass: Michel was just an NPC in Moonlight. In Vermillion [[spoiler:he took on several of Octum's Apostles by himself, and won]]. In Ocean, however, [[spoiler:he is almost omnipotent]].
*** Thomas is a strange example, mostly due to the anachronic nature of the games. [[spoiler:In Moonlight, he only knows some basic spells, although it's justified by his age. In Vermillion, he is downgraded to a mere NPC, which is also justified by the timeline. By the time of Ocean, he takes a major level of badassery, to the point of becoming one of the final party members.]]

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* {{Badass}}: '''Michel de Lap Heaven'''. His badassery [[spoiler:even transcend boundaries of dimensions in ''Alternative Saga''!]]
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BadassAdorable: Jurio, Chris, Shannon, Rael, Forte, Una, Aida.
** * BadassGrandpa: Every games has at least one. Playable characters-wise, we have [[spoiler:Durzel]] for Moonlight, Gawaine for Vermillion, and Macbain for Ocean.
** TookALevelInBadass: Michel was just an NPC in Moonlight. In Vermillion [[spoiler:he took on several of Octum's Apostles by himself, and won]]. In Ocean, however, [[spoiler:he is almost omnipotent]].
*** Thomas is a strange example, mostly due to the anachronic nature of the games. [[spoiler:In Moonlight, he only knows some basic spells, although it's justified by his age. In Vermillion, he is downgraded to a mere NPC, which is also justified by the timeline. By the time of Ocean, he takes a major level of badassery, to the point of becoming one of the final party members.]]
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* TookALevelInBadass:
** Michel was just an NPC in Moonlight. In Vermillion [[spoiler:he took on several of Octum's Apostles by himself, and won]]. In Ocean, however, [[spoiler:he is almost omnipotent]].
** Thomas is a strange example, mostly due to the anachronic nature of the games. [[spoiler:In Moonlight, he only knows some basic spells, although it's justified by his age. In Vermillion, he is downgraded to a mere NPC, which is also justified by the timeline. By the time of Ocean, he takes a major level of badassery, to the point of becoming one of the final party members.]]
19th Aug '16 7:18:11 AM jake38
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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the UsefulNotes/{{PlaystationPortable}} and given a North American Release by Bandai.

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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the UsefulNotes/{{PlaystationPortable}} UsefulNotes/{{Playstation Portable}} and given a North American Release by Bandai.
19th Aug '16 7:18:01 AM jake38
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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the [[UsefulNotes/{{PlaystationPortable}}]] and given a North American Release by Bandai.

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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the [[UsefulNotes/{{PlaystationPortable}}]] UsefulNotes/{{PlaystationPortable}} and given a North American Release by Bandai.
19th Aug '16 7:17:50 AM jake38
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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable]] and given a North American Release by Bandai.

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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable]] [[UsefulNotes/{{PlaystationPortable}}]] and given a North American Release by Bandai.
19th Aug '16 7:17:31 AM jake38
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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the [[UsefulNotes/PSP]] and given a North American Release by Bandai.

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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the [[UsefulNotes/PSP]] [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable]] and given a North American Release by Bandai.
19th Aug '16 7:16:54 AM jake38
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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the UsefulNotes/PSP and given a North American Release.

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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game was released in 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for the UsefulNotes/PSP [[UsefulNotes/PSP]] and given a North American Release.Release by Bandai.
19th Aug '16 7:16:12 AM jake38
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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game, ''Legend of Heroes III Gagharv Trilogy first: White Witch''[[note]]''Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch'' for PSP International release[[/note]] was released in 1994 for PC88.

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The Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game, ''Legend of Heroes III Gagharv Trilogy first: White Witch''[[note]]''Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch'' for PSP International release[[/note]] game was released in 1994 1994, under the title of ''The Legend of Heroes III: White Witch,'' followed by ''The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion'' and ''The Legend of Heroes V: A Cagesong of the Ocean.'' The games were later remade for PC88.
the UsefulNotes/PSP and given a North American Release.
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