History VideoGame / LarryAndTheGnomes

21st Oct '17 2:17:51 AM BountyBeast
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* GroundPound: Both the Boar Rider's mount and the Gnome King can cause earthquakes with their sheer weight. The first's quake has a large area and must be jumped over. The second's is confined to a small area, but deals massive damage, and also causes rocks to collapse all around the arena.

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* GroundPound: Both the Boar Rider's mount and the Gnome King can cause earthquakes with their sheer weight. The first's quake has a large area and must be jumped over. The second's is confined to a small area, but deals massive damage, and also causes rocks to collapse all around the arena. Larry himself can also perform one via the sprint-jump-attack combo.



* MagicMissile: The main attack of the Mage boss and the Mage mooks is to rapid-fire magic bolts out of their staves. Like the elemental weapons, this comes in various flavors - magic (deals damage), poison (deals damage and additional damage over time), and frost (deals damage and slows down). Not fire though, oddly enough. The Mage boss can cast every type, while the mooks are limited to one. If Larry picks up a slain mage's staff, he too can fire magic bolts.

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* MagicMissile: The main attack of the Mage boss and the Mage mooks is to rapid-fire magic bolts out of their staves.wands. Like the elemental weapons, this comes in various flavors - magic (deals damage), poison (deals damage and additional damage over time), and frost (deals damage and slows down). Not fire though, oddly enough. The Mage boss can cast every type, while the mooks are limited to one. If Larry picks up a slain mage's staff, wand, he too can fire magic bolts.



* SufferTheSlings: Larry's default ranged weapon, which is also sometimes wielded by gnomes.



-->'''Larry''':"Oh bother...."

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-->'''Larry''':"Oh bother....brother...."
23rd Sep '17 4:19:28 AM BountyBeast
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** The Boar Rider's BadassBoast foreshadows the dangers that Larry encounters in the fourth act.



* GrievousHarmWithABody: You can use decapitated gnome heads as weapons.



* IFellForHours: The fall into the undergrounds. It lasts about two minutes, but the boulders falling all around you don't make it easy.



* MagicMissile: The main attack of the Mage boss and the Mage mooks is to rapid-fire magic bolts out of their staves. Like the ElementalWeapons, this comes in various flavors - magic (deals damage), poison (deals damage and additional damage over time), and frost (deals damage and slows down). Not fire though, oddly enough. The Mage boss can cast every type, while the mooks are limited to one. If Larry picks up a slain mage's staff, he too can fire magic bolts.
* MagicStaff: Used to fire the aforementioned Magic Missiles.

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* MagicMissile: The main attack of the Mage boss and the Mage mooks is to rapid-fire magic bolts out of their staves. Like the ElementalWeapons, elemental weapons, this comes in various flavors - magic (deals damage), poison (deals damage and additional damage over time), and frost (deals damage and slows down). Not fire though, oddly enough. The Mage boss can cast every type, while the mooks are limited to one. If Larry picks up a slain mage's staff, he too can fire magic bolts.
* MagicStaff: MagicWand: Used to fire the aforementioned Magic Missiles.



* NoSell: If you picked up an icy weapon in hopes of turning the Gnome King's already slow strikes completely nonthreatening, you'll be unpleasantly surprized when you find out that slowing effects don't even last a second on him.

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* NoSell: If you picked up an icy weapon in hopes of turning the Gnome King's already slow strikes completely nonthreatening, you'll be unpleasantly surprized surprised when you find out that slowing effects don't even last a second on him.
19th Mar '17 9:17:36 AM nombretomado
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''Larry and the Gnomes'' is an adventure-brawler flash game which can be found on {{Newgrounds}}.

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''Larry and the Gnomes'' is an adventure-brawler flash game which can be found on {{Newgrounds}}.
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8th Jan '17 1:47:29 PM DustSnitch
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* BadAss: Larry.



* YouHaveFailedMe: The Man of the Flames threatens to pull this on the Gnome King if he keeps failing. [[AvertedTrope He doesn't get to]], since Larry is the one who ends up killing the King.

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* YouHaveFailedMe: The Man of the Flames threatens to pull this on the Gnome King if he keeps failing. [[AvertedTrope He doesn't get to]], since Larry is the one who ends up killing the King.
29th Oct '14 1:09:57 PM Arachnos
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** The Freak is partially this - it's essential to jump over his charge when he uses it.

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** The Freak is partially this - it's essential to throw fruits at him to prevent him from corneting you, and jump over his charge when he uses it.it.
* BraggingRightsReward: Cheats, especially Invincibility, which is awarded for beating the game on Hard (that is, after you've proven you don't need it).


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* [[KillItWithFire Kill It With Fire Weapons]]: Fire weapons are typically the most damaging in the game.


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* MagicKnight: The Gnome King, whose primary means of attack is a giant maul, but who also has impressive fire-based powers.


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* RequisiteRoyalRegalia: The Gnome King's attire. It is notable that his crown contains fire magic, and his golden scepter can squash someone flat.


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* TooAwesomeToUse: Averted - if you treat Rage like this you'll be ''wasted''. Knowing when to use Rage properly is very important.


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* YouHaveFailedMe: The Man of the Flames threatens to pull this on the Gnome King if he keeps failing. [[AvertedTrope He doesn't get to]], since Larry is the one who ends up killing the King.
29th Oct '14 12:41:16 PM Arachnos
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* BossArenaIdiocy: the Gnome King conveniently keeps a bunch of health-restoring items outside his very room, and the Freak's battle happens in an arena where the spectators throw fruits at you of which the Freak is apparently very fond of. While not necessary to beat the boss, the Boar Rider's battle happens next to a pair of trees that can be beaten for powerups.

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* BossArenaIdiocy: the The Gnome King conveniently keeps a bunch of health-restoring items outside his very room, and the Freak's battle happens in an arena where the spectators throw fruits at you of which the Freak is apparently very fond of. While not necessary to beat the boss, the Boar Rider's battle happens next to a pair of trees that can be beaten for powerups.


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-->''Get ready to face my magic! Are you enjoying this, boy?''
-->''My beast is strong!''
-->''DIE, BOY!''


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* MagicMissile: The main attack of the Mage boss and the Mage mooks is to rapid-fire magic bolts out of their staves. Like the ElementalWeapons, this comes in various flavors - magic (deals damage), poison (deals damage and additional damage over time), and frost (deals damage and slows down). Not fire though, oddly enough. The Mage boss can cast every type, while the mooks are limited to one. If Larry picks up a slain mage's staff, he too can fire magic bolts.
* MagicStaff: Used to fire the aforementioned Magic Missiles.


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* VillainTeleportation: Gnome mages can teleport to escape conflict, although it does not take them too far and they cannot [[TeleportSpam spam]] it.
29th Oct '14 12:18:28 PM Arachnos
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* GameBreaker: though they don't exactly break the game, fire-enchanted weapons are probably the most effective of all weapons by the massive damage they deal.
29th Oct '14 12:18:00 PM Arachnos
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** Not to mention the gnomes themselves. They're even smaller than Larry, but they will try their damndest to tear him apart.
29th Oct '14 12:12:48 PM Arachnos
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* AdiposeRex: The Gnome King is quite corpulent, which will not stop him from turning you into a pancake with his maul.



* TheArchmage: The first boss seems to be this, as he refers to himself as "''the'' Mage of the Gnomes", implying that he is the most powerful of them all. Indeed all later gnome mages are [[SquishyWizard a lot weaker]].



* TheArchmage: the first boss seems to be this, as he refers to himself as "''the'' Mage of the Gnomes", implying that he is the most powerful of them all. Indeed all later gnome mages are [[SquishyWizard a lot weaker]].

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* TheArchmage: the first boss seems to be this, as he refers to himself as "''the'' Mage AwesomeYetImpractical: Some of the Gnomes", implying that he is cooler-looking heavy weapons, like [[{{Warcraft 3}} Frostmourne]] for example. Smaller weapons deal less damage per hit, but their speed more than compensates for that, allowing a much better damage output in the most powerful of them all. Indeed all later gnome mages are [[SquishyWizard end. Good luck getting a lot weaker]].high enough damage output to kill the Gnome King with a heavy weapon.



-->''You would never live the fall into the undergrounds. You would not last a second in our great Gnome city. And our king would crush you as powder! You will never get to'' '''try''' ''any of these things, because you will never get past'' '''me'''!



* TheBrute: The Gnome King is a [[LargeAndInCharge massive gnome]] who hits like a truck hitting you with another truck. Given that his attacks are very, very hard to dodge, the primary strategy for dealing with him is "manage your resources behind the door correctly, rage a lot and hope for the best".



* ElementalWeapon: Comes in four flavors, all wielded by various minions for you to pick up. Normal magical weapons simply have their damage output increased by 20%. Fire weapons (those are usually the best to have) inflict 15 additional damage on each strike. Poison weapons deal 20 additional damage over time, and frost weapons deal no additional damage, but slow enemies down for 2 seconds (refreshed on each strike).



* LargeAndInCharge: The Gnome King in particular. All the other bosses are also noticeably bigger than the minions.



* NoSell: if you picked up an icy weapon in hopes of turning the Gnome King's already slow strikes completely nonthreatening, you'll be unpleasantly surprized when you find out that slowing effects don't even last a second on him.

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* NoSell: if If you picked up an icy weapon in hopes of turning the Gnome King's already slow strikes completely nonthreatening, you'll be unpleasantly surprized when you find out that slowing effects don't even last a second on him.



* RushBoss: The purple Freak has the least number of health points, but if he lands a hit, you're finished.

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* RushBoss: The purple Freak Freak, which has the least number of health points, points of all bosses, but if he lands a hit, you're finished.



* SquishyWizard: gnome mages play it straight, but the Mage Boss averts it and has quite a lot of health.

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* SquishyWizard: gnome Gnome mages play it straight, but the Mage Boss averts it and has quite a lot of health.



* UnstoppableRage: You can go into a berserker rage which allows you to kill almost everything in one hit while sparing you from any damage.

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* UnstoppableRage: You can go into a berserker rage which allows you to kill almost everything in one hit while sparing you from any damage.damage and knockdown. This is absolutely essential to get past several very hard level sections and to kill bosses one and four (the ones that are not [[PuzzleBoss Puzzle Bosses]]).
23rd Jun '13 6:00:05 AM Hanz
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* TheChosenZero: As shown in the web series, Larry was actually chosen by the EvilChancellor of the kingdom, who specifically chose the most pathetic-looking person he saw.



* TheUnchosenOne: As shown in the web series, Larry was actually chosen by the EvilChancellor of the kingdom, who specifically chose the most pathetic-looking person he saw.
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