History VideoGame / GrandChase

6th Sep '17 2:25:06 AM Raikaria
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* DevelopmentHell: Alcubra. It started designed as a zone that followed Silver Land; starting at around Lv 30; and as such; the first few dungeons were designed as such. Then Silver Land's level was bumped up; and Alcubra's with it; putting it on par with late Xenia in levels; around Lv60; as were the final three dungeons of the continent. THEN Alcubra was seperated from Silver Land entirely and moved between Xenia and Archemedia. The result? A continent with a storyline that is basically a {{Filler}}; with dungeons designed for much lower-level content; some as many as 40 levels lower. The dungeon difficulty was largely brought up by giving mobs a load of [[ImmuneToFlinching Super Armor]]; and giving each boss a cheap attack that was a OneHitKill or had potential for such; while their other attacks amounted to CherryTapping.
27th Aug '17 9:43:19 AM WillyFourEyes
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''Grand Chase'' is an MMOG created by KOG Studios, which is released worldwide with several different versions. It's similar to that of ''VideoGame/MapleStory'' in being a 2D side scroller. The difference is that the game is room based, has 3D graphics, and produces an almost more distinctive gameplay than most other [=MMOs=]. Instead of normal character creation, players are given preset character classes, the first three being all female: Sword Knight (Elesis), which is a close-ranged character; Archer (Lire), which is pretty obvious, and a Mage (Arme), also very obvious. Other characters/classes can be unlocked. Each class starts with unlocking a specific character first, then working towards unlocking others (be warned, some of these character unlocking quests are hard - unless you buy your way through them. Same for job changes, except much more hellish).

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''Grand Chase'' is an MMOG created by KOG Studios, which is was released worldwide with several different versions. It's similar to that of ''VideoGame/MapleStory'' in being a 2D side scroller. The difference is that the game is room based, has 3D graphics, and produces an almost more distinctive gameplay than most other [=MMOs=]. Instead of normal character creation, players are given preset character classes, the first three being all female: Sword Knight (Elesis), which is a close-ranged character; Archer (Lire), which is pretty obvious, and a Mage (Arme), also very obvious. Other characters/classes can be unlocked. Each class starts with unlocking a specific character first, then working towards unlocking others (be warned, some of these character unlocking quests are hard - unless you buy your way through them. Same for job changes, except much more hellish).



As of Oct. 20, 2014, GCPH has announced that it will close it's servers on Nov. 17, 2014. This was eventually extended, and the game's servers were shut down on April 16, 2015. Players of Grand Chase were able to (based on how much progress they'd made in GC) transfer to ElswordOnline and boost new characters up to higher levels, as well as receive a compensation package of cash shop items during an event following the shutdown.

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As of Oct. 20, 2014, GCPH has announced that it will close it's servers on Nov. 17, 2014. This was eventually extended, and the game's Grand Chase's servers were shut down on April 16, 2015. Players of Grand Chase were able to (based on how much progress they'd made in GC) transfer to ElswordOnline ''VideoGame/{{Elsword}}'' and boost new characters up to higher levels, as well as receive a compensation package of cash shop items during an event following the shutdown.
24th Nov '16 12:01:05 PM nombretomado
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** His 4th job has him sounding like AustinPowers with a little Aussie accent.

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** His 4th job has him sounding like AustinPowers Film/AustinPowers with a little Aussie accent.
30th Aug '16 10:59:28 AM Willbyr
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* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: Listen to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOKavxcUdW4 THIS]] and tell us that it doesn't sound like "The Raising Fighting Spirit" from ''{{Naruto}}''.

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: Listen to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOKavxcUdW4 THIS]] and tell us that it doesn't sound like "The Raising Fighting Spirit" from ''{{Naruto}}''.''Manga/{{Naruto}}''.
12th Jul '16 2:05:03 PM Willbyr
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''Grand Chase'' is an MMOG created by KOG Studios, which is released worldwide with several different versions. It's similar to that of ''MapleStory'' in being a 2D side scroller. The difference is that the game is room based, has 3D graphics, and produces an almost more distinctive gameplay than most other [=MMOs=]. Instead of normal character creation, players are given preset character classes, the first three being all female: Sword Knight (Elesis), which is a close-ranged character; Archer (Lire), which is pretty obvious, and a Mage (Arme), also very obvious. Other characters/classes can be unlocked. Each class starts with unlocking a specific character first, then working towards unlocking others (be warned, some of these character unlocking quests are hard - unless you buy your way through them. Same for job changes, except much more hellish).

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''Grand Chase'' is an MMOG created by KOG Studios, which is released worldwide with several different versions. It's similar to that of ''MapleStory'' ''VideoGame/MapleStory'' in being a 2D side scroller. The difference is that the game is room based, has 3D graphics, and produces an almost more distinctive gameplay than most other [=MMOs=]. Instead of normal character creation, players are given preset character classes, the first three being all female: Sword Knight (Elesis), which is a close-ranged character; Archer (Lire), which is pretty obvious, and a Mage (Arme), also very obvious. Other characters/classes can be unlocked. Each class starts with unlocking a specific character first, then working towards unlocking others (be warned, some of these character unlocking quests are hard - unless you buy your way through them. Same for job changes, except much more hellish).



This game provides examples of:

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This !!This game provides examples of:
13th Oct '15 9:50:41 PM tvinsomne
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[[caption-width:300:Join the Chase, save the world.]]

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11th Sep '15 8:30:54 AM HighCrate
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* ForcedLevelGrinding: Duh
** Kinda subverted now. The new season made leveling up easier.
* FragileSpeedster: Amy. Lass, especially as a Striper / Striker / Slasher (less emphasis on the "Fragile" and more on the "Speedster").
8th Jun '15 10:21:54 PM nombretomado
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*** That's probably more of a {{Shout Out}} to [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Cloud Strife]] and the AdventChildren version of his [[LimitBreak Omnislash]].

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*** That's probably more of a {{Shout Out}} to [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Cloud Strife]] and the AdventChildren ;;[[Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren Advent Children]]'' version of his [[LimitBreak Omnislash]].
15th May '15 4:27:30 PM nombretomado
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*** Sieghart's fourth job is pretty speedy and hits like a cinderblock fired out of a cannon. And this is even WITHOUT getting the timing down on on the Just Frame (think [[{{GuiltyGear}} False Romantic Cancel]] difficult) finisher extensions on basically every one of his normal attacks AND MP Skills (normal and rage versions).

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*** Sieghart's fourth job is pretty speedy and hits like a cinderblock fired out of a cannon. And this is even WITHOUT getting the timing down on on the Just Frame (think [[{{GuiltyGear}} [[VideoGame/GuiltyGear False Romantic Cancel]] difficult) finisher extensions on basically every one of his normal attacks AND MP Skills (normal and rage versions).
16th Apr '15 2:07:46 PM colinlouis1
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As of Oct. 20, 2014, GCPH has announced that it will close it's servers on Nov. 17, 2014.

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As of Oct. 20, 2014, GCPH has announced that it will close it's servers on Nov. 17, 2014.
2014. This was eventually extended, and the game's servers were shut down on April 16, 2015. Players of Grand Chase were able to (based on how much progress they'd made in GC) transfer to ElswordOnline and boost new characters up to higher levels, as well as receive a compensation package of cash shop items during an event following the shutdown.
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