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21st May '16 10:19:42 PM nombretomado
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''Hunted: The Demon's Forge'' is a {{Fantasy}} HackAndSlash game released in 2011 for the PS3, {{Xbox 360}} and PC by Creator/BethesdaSoftworks and Creator/InXileEntertainment. Primarily designed for co-op play, the players are cast into the roles of the elven archer E'lara and the human warrior Caddoc. The game chronicles the pair's mercenary adventures as they search for gold and whatever else they can make off with while working for a woman named Seraphine who promises them power as well as wealth if they will help her with a simple favor.

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''Hunted: The Demon's Forge'' is a {{Fantasy}} HackAndSlash game released in 2011 for the PS3, {{Xbox 360}} UsefulNotes/{{PS3}}, UsefulNotes/XBox360 and PC by Creator/BethesdaSoftworks and Creator/InXileEntertainment. Primarily designed for co-op play, the players are cast into the roles of the elven archer E'lara and the human warrior Caddoc. The game chronicles the pair's mercenary adventures as they search for gold and whatever else they can make off with while working for a woman named Seraphine who promises them power as well as wealth if they will help her with a simple favor.
15th Apr '16 9:29:05 AM Soldancer
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* ColorCodedItemTiers: White for common, green for uncommon, and purple for rare. Usually the purples are rewarded for completing sidequests and puzzles.



* DegradedBoss: The Wargar Shaman appears frequently among other Mooks after its boss status in the first chapter, sometimes two at a time. The witch boss of the third chapter also appear a few times later on as [[EliteMook Elite Mooks]].

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* DegradedBoss: The Wargar Shaman appears frequently among other Mooks after its boss status in the first chapter, sometimes two at a time. The witch boss of the third chapter also appear appears a few times later on as [[EliteMook Elite Mooks]].



* ExplodingBarrels: And it makes E'lara really happy to have StuffBlowingUp.



* FlamingArrows: E'lara can light her arrows at a torch to inflict fire damage and solve puzzles.
** Several ballistae also have flaming or exploding projectiles.
** An upgrade for E'lara gives her magical fiery arrows. Much to her delight, they create nice, big explosions, too.
** She also has access to Ice Arrows, the [[{{Pun}} polar]] opposite of this trope.



* NoSell: [[spoiler:The best ending results in BiggerBad Seraphine trying to control the heroes, sure they partook of the sleg. E'lara and Caddoc just look at each other before promptly telling her they never drank the sleg.]]

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* NoSell: [[spoiler:The best ending results in BiggerBad Seraphine trying to control the heroes, sure they partook of the sleg. E'lara and Caddoc just look at each other before promptly telling her they never drank the sleg.]]]]
* ObviouslyEvil: E'lara thinks this is the case about Seraphine, though Caddoc is enraptured enough to ignore the elf. It helps the GenreBlindness a bit that they both are being promised riches, and the ''are'' mercenaries, after all.


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** Conversely, E'lara's nickname for Caddoc is "old man".


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** Seraphine's outfit certainly counts as well. Leads to a humorous LampshadeHanging as seen under {{Fanservice}}.
13th Aug '15 7:58:21 AM MacronNotes
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* ThighHighBoots: Part of E'lara's [[FanService outfit]].
4th Jul '15 9:56:24 PM Vios
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17th Jun '14 3:49:09 PM FungusFromYuggoth
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** Although that does not stop them from making playful passes then and again - "them" mainly being Caddoc, who constantly calls E'lara "girl" despite being younger, alludes to her outfit several times...and not to forget the character swap animation that plays in the chapter selection menu, when, after growling "I'll take the lead" he dispenses a light smack with his weapon upon E'laras behind, prompting a soft exhalation of surprise.

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** Although that does not stop them from making playful passes then and again - "them" mainly being Caddoc, who constantly calls E'lara "girl" despite being younger, younger (but obviously most definitely not looking it), alludes to her outfit several times...and not to forget the character swap animation that plays in the chapter selection menu, when, after growling "I'll take the lead" he dispenses a light smack with his weapon upon E'laras behind, prompting a soft exhalation of surprise.
17th Jun '14 3:48:33 PM FungusFromYuggoth
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** Although that does not stop them from making playful passes then and again - "them" mainly being Caddoc, who constantly calls E'lara "girl" despite being younger, alludes to her outfit several times...and not to forget the character swap animation that plays in the chapter selection menu, when, after growling "I'll take the lead" he dispenses a light smack with his weapon upon E'laras behind, prompting a soft exhalation of surprise.
6th Oct '13 8:48:50 AM Whitecroc
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''Hunted: The Demon's Forge'' is a {{Fantasy}} HackAndSlash game released in 2011 for PS3, XBOX360 and PC by Creator/BethesdaSoftworks and Creator/InXileEntertainment. Primarily designed for co-op play, it stars an Elven archer named E'lara and a Human Warrior named Caddoc. The game chronicles the pair's mercenary adventures as they search for gold and whatever else they can make off with while working for a woman named Seraphine who promises them power as well as wealth if they will help her with a simple favor.

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''Hunted: The Demon's Forge'' is a {{Fantasy}} HackAndSlash game released in 2011 for the PS3, XBOX360 {{Xbox 360}} and PC by Creator/BethesdaSoftworks and Creator/InXileEntertainment. Primarily designed for co-op play, it stars an Elven the players are cast into the roles of the elven archer named E'lara and a Human Warrior named the human warrior Caddoc. The game chronicles the pair's mercenary adventures as they search for gold and whatever else they can make off with while working for a woman named Seraphine who promises them power as well as wealth if they will help her with a simple favor.favor.



!!The game provides examples of following tropes:

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!!The !!This game provides examples of the following tropes:



* [[spoiler: AndTheAdventureContinues: The best ending, obtained by neither character drinking the sleg, shows the heroes wandering off into the wilds in the direction of a town, snarking at each other of course.]]

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* [[spoiler: AndTheAdventureContinues: The [[spoiler:The best ending, obtained by neither character drinking the sleg, shows the heroes wandering off into the wilds in the direction of a town, snarking at each other of course.]]



* [[spoiler: BatmanGambit: Seraphine, the [[ManBehindTheMan Woman Behind Anuvin]], recruits the leads in order to have them replace Anuvin once they slay him. If either hero drinks the sleg even once, that is exactly what happens.]]

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* [[spoiler: BatmanGambit: Seraphine, [[spoiler:Seraphine, the [[ManBehindTheMan Woman Behind Anuvin]], recruits the leads in order to have them replace Anuvin once they slay him. If either hero drinks the sleg even once, that is exactly what happens.]]



* TheCorruption: The Sleg, a silvery liquid currently being gathered by the EvilOverlord. E'lara and Caddoc can take advantage of it to make certain hard segments laughably easy with the GameBreaker power they get for a few minutes, though [[spoiler: using the sleg will result in the corrupted character killing the other and becoming a mindless slave of the EvilOverlord.]] EvilIsNotAToy indeed.

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* TheCorruption: The Sleg, a silvery liquid currently being gathered by the EvilOverlord. E'lara and Caddoc can take advantage of it to make certain hard segments laughably easy with the GameBreaker power they get for a few minutes, easy, though [[spoiler: using the sleg will result in the corrupted character killing the other and becoming a mindless slave of the EvilOverlord.]] EvilIsNotAToy indeed.



* [[spoiler: EldritchAbomination: The sleg is implied to be this.]]

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* [[spoiler: EldritchAbomination: The [[spoiler:The sleg is implied to be this.]]
* EvilIsNotAToy: Using the sleg certainly makes the game easier, but [[spoiler:results in a bad ending, as one of the characters kills the other and then becomes the mindless servant of the villain.
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* FanService: E'lara and Seraphine.
** E'lara even points out that Seraphine is wearing a 'slutty outfit.' Caddoc scoffs and E'lara replies, "My outfit isn't slutty...it's strategically placed."

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* FanService: E'lara and Seraphine.
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Seraphine. E'lara even points out that Seraphine is wearing a 'slutty outfit.' outfit'. Caddoc scoffs and E'lara replies, "My outfit isn't slutty...slutty... it's strategically placed."



* GuysSmashGirlsShoot: Played with. Though built to be stronger in this setup nothing stops the player from sniping with Caddoc's crossbow or going Sword-and-Board with E'lara if they feel like it.
* * TheHorde: mainly [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Wargar]], [[ALoadOfBull Minotaur]] and [[DemBones Skeletons]], though a few [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demons]] and [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons]] join in later on.

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* GuysSmashGirlsShoot: Played with. ZigZagged. Though built to be stronger in this setup setup, nothing stops the player from sniping with Caddoc's crossbow or going Sword-and-Board with E'lara if they feel like it.
* * TheHorde: mainly [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Wargar]], [[ALoadOfBull Minotaur]] and [[DemBones Skeletons]], though a few [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demons]] and [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons]] join in later on.



* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: When you approach one of the many large doors that block your path Caddoc will wonder who built all these really heavy doors.
** E'lara will threaten to kill their creator on another occasion
** E'lara thinks it's cheating when [[spoiler: they walk right past 2 sleeping dragons because she can control them with the Death Stone.]]

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: LeaningOnTheFourthWall:
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When you approach one of the many large doors that block your path Caddoc will wonder who built all these really heavy doors.
** E'lara will threaten to kill their creator on another occasion
one occasion.
** E'lara thinks it's cheating when [[spoiler: they walk right past 2 two sleeping dragons because she can control them with the Death Stone.]]



* [[spoiler: NoSell: The best ending results in BiggerBad Seraphine trying to control the heroes, sure they partook of the sleg. E'lara and Caddoc just look at each other before promptly telling her they never drank the sleg.]]

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* [[spoiler: NoSell: The [[spoiler:The best ending results in BiggerBad Seraphine trying to control the heroes, sure they partook of the sleg. E'lara and Caddoc just look at each other before promptly telling her they never drank the sleg.]]



* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Caddoc is VERY bothered by Arachnids. You have to fight a giant one in the second level, 'natch. The game even Lampshades this with a special achievement for beating it with E'lara that reads "As E'lara, squash the spider god while holding Caddoc's hand".

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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Caddoc is VERY ''very'' bothered by Arachnids. You have to fight a giant one in the second level, 'natch.level. The game even Lampshades this with a special achievement for beating it with E'lara that reads "As E'lara, squash the spider god while holding Caddoc's hand".
6th Oct '13 7:48:17 AM Koveras
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Hunted: The Demon's Forge is a Fantasy Hack-And-Slash game released in 2011 for PS3, XBOX360 and PC by Bethesda Softworks and [=InXile=] Entertainment. Primarily designed for co-op play, it stars an Elven archer named E'lara and a Human Warrior named Caddoc. The game chronicles the pair's mercenary adventures as they search for gold and whatever else they can make off with while working for a woman named Seraphine who promises them power as well as wealth if they will help her with a simple favor.

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Hunted: ''Hunted: The Demon's Forge Forge'' is a Fantasy Hack-And-Slash {{Fantasy}} HackAndSlash game released in 2011 for PS3, XBOX360 and PC by Bethesda Softworks Creator/BethesdaSoftworks and [=InXile=] Entertainment.Creator/InXileEntertainment. Primarily designed for co-op play, it stars an Elven archer named E'lara and a Human Warrior named Caddoc. The game chronicles the pair's mercenary adventures as they search for gold and whatever else they can make off with while working for a woman named Seraphine who promises them power as well as wealth if they will help her with a simple favor.
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!!The game provides examples of following tropes:



* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Caddoc is VERY bothered by Arachnids. You have to fight a giant one in the second level, 'natch. The game even Lampshades this with a special achievement for beating it with E'lara that reads "As E'lara, squash the spider god while holding Caddoc's hand".

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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Caddoc is VERY bothered by Arachnids. You have to fight a giant one in the second level, 'natch. The game even Lampshades this with a special achievement for beating it with E'lara that reads "As E'lara, squash the spider god while holding Caddoc's hand".hand".
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8th Mar '13 8:02:52 PM FungusFromYuggoth
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* [[Stripperiffic]]: E'lara's outfit. Somewhat tamer than many other examples, but still: her shoulders, [[BareYourMidriff abdomen]], thighs and significant parts of the back are exposed.

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* [[Stripperiffic]]: {{Stripperiffic}}: E'lara's outfit. Somewhat tamer than many other examples, but still: her shoulders, [[BareYourMidriff abdomen]], thighs and significant parts of the back are exposed.
8th Mar '13 7:52:55 PM FungusFromYuggoth
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* Stripperiffic: E'lara's outfit. Somewhat tamer than many other examples, but still: her shoulders, [[BareYourMidriff abdomen]], thighs and significant parts of the back are exposed.

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* Stripperiffic: [[Stripperiffic]]: E'lara's outfit. Somewhat tamer than many other examples, but still: her shoulders, [[BareYourMidriff abdomen]], thighs and significant parts of the back are exposed.
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