History VideoGame / Growlanser

11th Feb '16 4:29:36 PM nombretomado
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''Growlanser'' (グローランサー ''Gurōransā'') is a series of RolePlayingGames with installments on the {{PlayStation}}, {{PlayStation 2}}, and {{PSP}}. The first three games in the series are set in a world that is being taken over by an ancient evil, with the latter three branching off into their own continuities.

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''Growlanser'' (グローランサー ''Gurōransā'') is a series of RolePlayingGames with installments on the {{PlayStation}}, {{PlayStation 2}}, UsefulNotes/PlayStation, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, and {{PSP}}.[[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]]. The first three games in the series are set in a world that is being taken over by an ancient evil, with the latter three branching off into their own continuities.
2nd Jan '16 1:35:04 AM DragonQuestZ
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* OperaGloves: A fairly common accessory.
24th Nov '15 9:40:34 AM HighCrate
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* MightyGlacier: Hien and Crevanille from ''Wayfarer of Time''. Carmaine can also be built like this stat-growth-wise if the right answers are chosen in ''Growlanser 1'''s "character creation" section, with Wallace also doing a good job in the role.

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* %%* MightyGlacier: Hien and Crevanille from ''Wayfarer of Time''. Carmaine can also be built like this stat-growth-wise if the right answers are chosen in ''Growlanser 1'''s "character creation" section, with Wallace also doing a good job in the role.
23rd Nov '15 3:38:58 AM DragonQuestZ
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* HighClassGloves: In ''III'' Anette is the daughter of the President of the Xironia Federation, and her grand dress and battle dress reflect her position. Her grand dress has white opera gloves, while her battle dress [[http://www.growlanser-realm.com/officialart/chara/annette.jpg has gold trimmed gloves]] that blend in with her white sleeves.
24th Sep '15 1:27:31 PM DrakeDarkHunter
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* [[Bishonen]]: All of the games protagonists, and many of it's other male characters.

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* [[Bishonen]]: {{Bishonen}}: All of the games protagonists, and many of it's other male characters.



* [[Dojikko]]: Misha, Misha, Misha. Her talent for crashing into people is so prominent that it is how she is introduced in both Growlanser I&II.

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* [[Dojikko]]: {{Dojikko}}: Misha, Misha, Misha. Her talent for crashing into people is so prominent that it is how she is introduced in both Growlanser I&II.



* HeroicMime: Growlanser I, III, IV, V, and VI feature a silent protagonist. The player can select dialogue options, but there is no voice acting for them.

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* HeroicMime: Growlanser I, III, IV, V, and VI Every game except for Growlanser II feature a silent protagonist. The player can select dialogue options, but there is no voice acting for them.
17th Sep '15 11:18:54 PM Adept
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* WhiteHairedPrettyBoy:
** Slayn Wilder, the protagonist of ''The Dual Darkness''.
** Remus in ''Wayfarer of Time'' is so pretty he is often told he has a "girl face". [[spoiler:His sister looks exactly like him.]]
16th Aug '15 4:14:10 PM DrakeDarkHunter
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* Bishonen: All of the games protagonists, and many of it's other male characters.

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* Bishonen: [[Bishonen]]: All of the games protagonists, and many of it's other male characters.



* Dojikko: Misha, Misha, Misha. Her talent for crashing into people is so prominent that it is how she is introduced in both Growlanser I&II.

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* Dojikko: [[Dojikko]]: Misha, Misha, Misha. Her talent for crashing into people is so prominent that it is how she is introduced in both Growlanser I&II.


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* SweetPollyOliver: [[spoiler: Julia/Julian from Growlanser I]]
16th Aug '15 4:11:31 PM DrakeDarkHunter
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* BagOfSpilling: Carmaine, Xenos and Ernest are all significantly depowered from the end of GL to when they reappear in GL2.



* Bishonen: All of the games protagonists, and many of it's other male characters.
* BigBrotherMentor: Carmaine acts like a surrogate big brother to Wein in "The Sense Of Justice". Makes sense, as he recognizes that Wein is going through a similar situation that he did.



* CloningBlues: All over Growlanser I [[spoiler: Carmaine is a clone of Belgar, Xenos and Karene's father, and Richard is a clone of Eliotte.]]



* Dojikko: Misha, Misha, Misha. Her talent for crashing into people is so prominent that it is how she is introduced in both Growlanser I&II.
* DualityMotif: Carmaine has one silver colored eye and one gold colored eye. These reference the prophecy Sandra was told about him, being either the worlds saviour, or it's destroyer.



* PrettyBoy:
** Slayn Wilder, the protagonist of ''The Dual Darkness''.
** Remus in ''Wayfarer of Time'' is so pretty he is often told he has a "girl face". [[spoiler:His sister looks exactly like him.]]


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** Likewise Haschen from "Heritage Of War" when he reappears in "Precarious World"


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* WhiteHairedPrettyBoy:
** Slayn Wilder, the protagonist of ''The Dual Darkness''.
** Remus in ''Wayfarer of Time'' is so pretty he is often told he has a "girl face". [[spoiler:His sister looks exactly like him.]]
24th Mar '15 11:11:15 PM DrakeDarkHunter
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* SuddenlyVoiced: [[spoiler:''The Dual Darkness'' gives Slayn one piece of voiced dialogue in Monika's ending. Oddly enough, the opposite happens with Gray, who runs off conspicuously without saying a word. Slayn's next line returns to to the status quo.]]

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* SuddenlyVoiced: [[spoiler:''The Dual Darkness'' gives Slayn one piece of voiced dialogue in Monika's ending. Oddly enough, the opposite happens with Gray, who runs off conspicuously without saying a word. Slayn's next line returns to to the status quo.]] ]]
** Carmaine the protagonist from Growlanser, when he reappears in "The Sense Of Justice".
3rd Feb '15 1:58:39 AM SpaceDrake
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The series was the creation of Career Soft, with publishing duties handled by Creator/{{Atlus}} Co. in Japan; Atlus eventually acquired Career Soft outright, and many of the staff went on to, tellingly, work on ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''. WorkingDesigns published ''Growlanser II: The Sense of Justice'' and ''Growlanser III: The Dual Darkness'' in North America together in a package called Growlanser: Generations.[[note]]Of note is the fact that WD initially wanted to sell the games ''separately'' but was strongarmed by Sony America into selling them as one unit; the delays in packaging them together, along with the massively reduced revenue-per-unit, is blamed for significantly contributing to WD's demise.[[/note]] ''Growlanser V: Generations'' was published in North America under the name ''Growlanser: Heritage of War'' by Atlus USA. ''Growlanser IV: Over reloaded'', a PSP remake of ''Growlanser IV'', was released by Atlus USA under the title ''Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time'' on July 31, 2012. All titles feature game art by Satoshi Urushihara.

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The series was the creation of Career Soft, with publishing duties handled by Creator/{{Atlus}} Co. in Japan; Atlus eventually acquired Career Soft outright, and many of the staff went on to, tellingly, work on ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''.4}}'' as well as the ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'' games. WorkingDesigns published ''Growlanser II: The Sense of Justice'' and ''Growlanser III: The Dual Darkness'' in North America together in a package called Growlanser: Generations.[[note]]Of note is the fact that WD initially wanted to sell the games ''separately'' but was strongarmed by Sony America into selling them as one unit; the delays in packaging them together, along with the massively reduced revenue-per-unit, is blamed for significantly contributing to WD's demise.[[/note]] ''Growlanser V: Generations'' was published in North America under the name ''Growlanser: Heritage of War'' by Atlus USA. ''Growlanser IV: Over reloaded'', a PSP remake of ''Growlanser IV'', was released by Atlus USA under the title ''Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time'' on July 31, 2012. All titles feature game art by Satoshi Urushihara.
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