History VideoGame / InfinityBlade

18th Apr '16 4:37:17 AM TheHoboTortle
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* AntiMagic: The Worker of Secrets has the ability to disrupt a Deathless' Quantum Identity Pattern and kill them permanently. This also applies to the Infinity Blade that he forged.

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* AncientOrderOfProtectors: The Blood Sentinels, a group of four powerful guardians who keep the seals of the Vault of Tears, and the Worker within, safe from outsiders, barring Siris' quest and serving as the bosses of the game. The first, Thane, alludes to the Sentinels being formed as part of an ancient agreement between the Deathless Houses known as the Great Pact, part of which apparently decreed the permanent imprisonment of the Worker in the Vault.
* AntiMagic: The [[spoiler:The Worker of Secrets has the ability to disrupt a Deathless' Quantum Identity Pattern and kill them permanently. This also applies to the Infinity Blade that he forged.]]
18th Apr '16 4:24:27 AM TheHoboTortle
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* [[spoiler:DownerEnding]]: [[spoiler:The Worker of Secrets is revealed to have been sealed away by Ausar, Siris' Deathless persona, and in freeing him, both Siris and Raidriar are trapped in his prison, giving the Worker free reign to complete the dark plans he was working on. In the post-credit scene Isa is shown coming to the Vault, readying her weapon.]]

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* [[spoiler:DownerEnding]]: DownerEnding: [[spoiler:The Worker of Secrets is revealed to have been sealed away by Ausar, Siris' Deathless persona, and in freeing him, both Siris and Raidriar are trapped in his prison, giving the Worker free reign to complete the dark plans he was working on. In the post-credit scene Isa is shown coming to the Vault, readying her weapon.]]



* SchizoTech: The guy who guards the third seal wears jet boots and fight you by riding a giant robot he's been fixing. In addition, the various living brutes and knights throughout the Vault are joined by very obvious MechaMooks.

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* SchizoTech: The guy who guards the third seal wears jet boots and fight you by riding a giant robot he's been fixing. In addition, the various living brutes and knights Lots of futuristic technology can be seen in great force throughout the Vault are joined by very obvious MechaMooks.game, [[spoiler:especially given that's it's set many eons in Earth's future]]. Some (but far from all) examples include various MechaMooks that can be fought throughout the castle, [[spoiler:especially the one that serves as the third boss armed with a full-on mech suit]], the obviously tech-filled reincarnation chamber in which Siris wakes up every time he dies, [[spoiler:and Siris' hidden robot companion, TEL.]]



* UngratefulBastard: Xyloto, who immediately attacks you after you free him from the skycage.

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* UngratefulBastard: TurtlePower: One of the new Monstrosity enemies, appropriately named Chelon, resembles an enormous tortoise.
* UngratefulBastard:
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Xyloto, who immediately attacks you after you free him from the skycage.



** AnAxeToGrind: Most of the Heavy Weapons is either this or a great hammer.

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** AnAxeToGrind: Most of the Heavy Weapons is are either this or a great hammer.hammers.



** DropTheHammer: Most of the Heavy Weapons is either this or a great axe
** SinisterScythe: One of the Heavy Weapons is in fact a scythe

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** DropTheHammer: Most of the Heavy Weapons is are either this or a great axe
axes.
** SinisterScythe: One of the Heavy Weapons is in fact a scythescythe.
18th Apr '16 4:07:24 AM TheHoboTortle
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* [[spoiler:EarthAllAlong]]: [[spoiler: In the ending mentioned in Doing in the Wizard, Eurasia, Africa, and Australia rotate into view on the hologram.]]

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* [[spoiler:EarthAllAlong]]: EarthAllAlong: [[spoiler: In the ending mentioned in Doing in the Wizard, Eurasia, Africa, and Australia rotate into view on the hologram.]]
18th Apr '16 4:05:38 AM TheHoboTortle
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* [[spoiler: AfterTheEnd]]: [[spoiler: The series takes place on Earth, tens or hundreds of thousands of years after the planet was devastated, and the moon shattered.]]

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* [[spoiler: AfterTheEnd]]: AfterTheEnd: [[spoiler: The series takes place on Earth, tens or hundreds of thousands of years after the planet was devastated, and the moon shattered.]]
18th Mar '16 1:58:40 AM Shadeblade11
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* EarlyInstallmentWierdness: The dialogue in is spoken in a fictional language called pangean and parrying was a lot more difficult.

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* EarlyInstallmentWierdness: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The dialogue in is spoken in a fictional language called pangean and parrying was a lot more difficult.
5th Mar '16 10:46:39 AM nombretomado
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** The Patriot, a large round shield with a star set in the center. If you look closely, you can see that it still has a few old flecks of [[CaptainAmerica red, white, and blue]] paint sticking to it . . .

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** The Patriot, a large round shield with a star set in the center. If you look closely, you can see that it still has a few old flecks of [[CaptainAmerica [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica red, white, and blue]] paint sticking to it . . .
3rd Mar '16 11:04:04 AM foxmccloud4387
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* {{Deconstruction}}: Siris' characterization shows how he had to basically give up a normal childhood to become a peak-human warrior, and the predisposition of his ancestors' many deaths shows how his unexpected return is greeted with fear rather than joy.

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* CripplingOverspecialization: Siris and the Aegis Forms. Fine when dueling an opponent one-on-one, not so much when you're attacked by a large number of ruthless savages.
* {{Deconstruction}}: This novel is fond of playing the basic elements of the first game to their realistic conclusions. Siris' characterization shows how he had to basically give up a normal childhood to become a peak-human warrior, and the predisposition of his ancestors' many deaths shows how his unexpected return is greeted with fear rather than joy.joy. Furthermore, spending all of his training learning how to fight enemies one-on-one shows that he is weak against enemies that don't play by those rules - he struggles against the [[CombatPragmatist crossbow-happy]] Isa and later against a ZergRush of savages, and even when pitted against two ordinary golems at once he focuses on disarming them with a transportation disk rather than fighting them both head-on.



* CripplingOverspecialization: Siris and the Aegis Forms. Fine when dueling an opponent one-on-one, not so much when you're attacked by a large number of ruthless savages.
1st Mar '16 1:23:11 PM foxmccloud4387
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*** The God King has the ability to directly [[SummonToHand summon the Infinity Blade and his shield to and from his hands]], a seemingly magical ability. [[spoiler:It turns out that he's just using that exact same kind of teleporation system built into his personal ring, with a transportation disk discreetly hidden on the end of the Infinity Blade's pommel. Once the God King's glitchy deadmind ends up mistaking Siris for its master and unlocks this ability for him, he uses the transporation disk to both steal back the Infinity Blade from Isa and to mess with a pair of golems trying to kill him.]]
24th Feb '16 9:02:56 AM erforce
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'''''Infinity Blade''''' is a 2010 action game for the [[IOSGames iOS]] (iPad and iPhone) operating system. It was developed by Chair Entertainment (a subsidiary of Creator/EpicGames), previously best known for ''Videogame/ShadowComplex'', and is notable for utilizing Unreal Engine 3.

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'''''Infinity Blade'''''
''Infinity Blade''
is a 2010 action game for the [[IOSGames iOS]] (iPad and iPhone) operating system. It was developed by Chair Entertainment (a subsidiary of Creator/EpicGames), previously best known for ''Videogame/ShadowComplex'', and is notable for utilizing Unreal Engine 3.



** [[GameOfThrones Red Wedding]]
** [[{{Gladiator}} Are You Not Entertained?]]
** SleepyHollow

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** [[GameOfThrones [[Series/GameOfThrones Red Wedding]]
** [[{{Gladiator}} [[Film/{{Gladiator}} Are You Not Entertained?]]
** SleepyHollowFilm/SleepyHollow
15th Dec '15 3:32:53 AM HTD
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* BossInMookClothing: The Zero Mech. Though only a rare random mook, it has spectrum defence like bosses, and if you are defeated by it you're sent back to the Hideout without an option for a rematch.



* DegradedBoss: The Zero Mech, the TrueFinalBoss of the first game, returns in the third game as a BossInMookClothing.



* HopelessBossFight: The first battle against the Worker of Secrets.

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* HopelessBossFight: The first battle against the Worker of Secrets. No, don't try to defeat him, you can't.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler: Terrovax is spared by Isa at the end of Act II, as he has more roles to play. He never appears again in the game. Although this may be a SequelHook for a future update.]]
** However, in the Soul Hunter update, it is revealed that [[spoiler:Terrovax was the one who told them about [[BonusBoss Oslim]] and the Metius Observatory,]] though he is still mysteriously absent for the rest of the game.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler: Terrovax is spared by Isa at the end of Act II, as he has more roles to play. He never appears again in the game. Although this may be a SequelHook for a future update.]]
** However, in
In the Soul Hunter update, it is revealed that [[spoiler:Terrovax was the one who told them about [[BonusBoss Oslim]] and the Metius Observatory,]] though he is still mysteriously absent for the rest of the game.
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