History VideoGame / LostKingdoms

21st Feb '17 5:15:29 PM Gosicrystal
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* {{Lich}}: The first major boss in the original game. He's fairly tough too, thanks to a [[GuideDangIt special attack he has that involves]] the minions he summons.
** And the Lich card itself, being a rather good Earth Weapon card.
* LostForever: The Lucky Lion card can easily be missed at Sarvan if you open the wrong chest. Likewise, the Chariobot, Claws-R-Us cards can only be obtained through the end of mission prizes for two areas (Alenjeh Castle and Royal Tower, Lower) while the Barometz only shows up for Alenjeh Castle mission and don't respawn.

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* {{Lich}}: {{Lich}}:
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The first major boss in the original game. He's fairly tough too, thanks to a [[GuideDangIt special attack he has that involves]] the minions he summons.
** And the The Lich card itself, being a rather good Earth Weapon card.
* LostForever: The Lucky Lion card can easily be missed at Sarvan if you open the wrong chest. Likewise, the Chariobot, Claws-R-Us cards can only be obtained through the end of mission prizes for two areas (Alenjeh Castle and Royal Tower, Lower) while the Barometz only shows up for Alenjeh Castle mission and don't respawn.
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* PermanentlyMissableContent: The Lucky Lion card can easily be missed at Sarvan if you open the wrong chest. Likewise, the Chariobot, Claws-R-Us cards can only be obtained through the end of mission prizes for two areas (Alenjeh Castle and Royal Tower, Lower) while the Barometz only shows up for Alenjeh Castle mission and don't respawn.
9th Feb '17 6:09:20 PM Antronach
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* AwesomeButImpractical: The God of Destruction. Reduces everyone on the screen to 1HP, including you. Averted in the sequel.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: The God of Destruction. Reduces everyone on the screen to 1HP, including you. Averted in the sequel.sequel where now it only affects Fire, Wood, Earth and Water monsters and is rather expensive.



** Ghost Armors and Chaos Knights. Badass looking Dullahans, very poor as a weapon type.

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** Ghost Armors and Chaos Knights. Badass looking Dullahans, very poor as a weapon type.Dullahans that ignore defenses, but are horribly slow.



** Banshees also can make the bread and butter of any deck, with a cheap cost, great damage, and the ability to turn killing blows into EXP, allowing you to easily make copies of not only them, but other cards in your deck.

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** Banshees also can make the bread and butter of any deck, with a cheap cost, low level, great damage, ignores defense, and the ability to turn killing blows into EXP, allowing you to easily make copies of not only them, but other cards in your deck.



** Chariobot is probably one of the best Transform cards in terms of damage. However, moving around requires you to attack, which'll eat away at it's lifespan, but melee focused monsters will have a hard time doing anything to you.

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** Chariobot is probably one of the best Transform cards in terms of damage. However, moving around requires you to attack, which'll eat away at it's lifespan, but melee focused monsters will have a hard time doing anything to you. It's also easily missable.



** Playing VS mode in 2 with the Capture Card rule on will spawn rare monsters if one player has a capture card in their deck.

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** Playing VS mode in 2 with the Capture Card rule on will spawn rare monsters if one player has a capture card in their deck. This isn't hinted at ''anywhere''.
18th Dec '16 8:48:00 PM KamonTheSkunk
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* LuckBasedMission: The cards in your deck that you'll take to a stage will always come out completely random and in no order. So if you want to use one of your more powerful cards, it might be close to the bottom of your deck while you try to survive with the other cards available.


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* NintendoHard: Because the cards in your deck appear in no particular order, it can be pretty hard trying to defeat certain enemies and bosses even if you have cards that a creature is weak against. You have to really think about the right strategy to win. Also since some of them have the ability to use cards too, you have to think fast trying to defeat the cards while also defeating the boss at the same time.


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* XMeetsY: You can basically say that this game is what would happen if ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}'' and ''Manga/YuGiOh'' were to combine to become a VideoGame. Pokemon because you can capture the creatures you encounter and Yu-Gi-Oh! because you summon creatures from cards. You will even challenge others that can summon the creatures too sometimes.
14th May '16 1:34:34 PM NTC3
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25th Sep '15 1:08:59 PM ZeroZmm
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** That is, impractical unless you carry with you the Blue Dragon.
*** The Blue Dragon causes the player to be fully healed and restores all used and discarded cards to the deck. So a deck with merely 1 God of Destruction, 2 Blue Dragons (so that 1 card always restores the other) and 1 damaging card (White Tiger is a great one since it damages every enemy in the screen) becomes a game breaker.
25th Sep '15 12:54:58 PM ZeroZmm
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The ''Lost Kingdoms'' video game duo (also known as ''Rune'' in Japan) was the Gamecube's answer to the RPG genre before ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' grazed it. They were created by Creator/FromSoftware and published by Creator/{{Activision}} outside of Japan (where they were published by From themselfs).

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The ''Lost Kingdoms'' video game duo (also known as ''Rune'' in Japan) was the Gamecube's answer to the RPG genre before ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' grazed it. They were created by Creator/FromSoftware and published by Creator/{{Activision}} outside of Japan (where they were published by From themselfs).
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22nd Apr '15 9:00:43 PM lalalei2001
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The first game was lackluster while the second game was considered a wonderful revamp of the original. Unfortunately, due to very poor advertisement of both games, a third game was never given a chance to come to fruition. Both have a rather hidden fan base scattered throughout the Nintendo fans.



* ActionCommands :Summoned monsters in the second game have two attacks you can select from.

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* ActionCommands :Summoned ActionCommands: Summoned monsters in the second game have two attacks you can select from.
22nd Apr '15 9:00:14 PM lalalei2001
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* AwesomeButImpractical. The God of Destruction. Reduces everyone on the screen to 1HP, including you. Averted in the sequel.
** Ghost Armors and Chaos Knights. Badass looking dullahans, very poor as a weapon type.

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* AwesomeButImpractical. AwesomeButImpractical: The God of Destruction. Reduces everyone on the screen to 1HP, including you. Averted in the sequel.
** Ghost Armors and Chaos Knights. Badass looking dullahans, Dullahans, very poor as a weapon type.



* BareYourMidriff

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* BareYourMidriffBareYourMidriff: Katia and Tara's outfits both do this.


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* MetalSlime: The Golden Goose, an extremely rare creature that runs away at the first opportunity. It's useless in battle, but sells for a lot.
12th Dec '14 11:07:34 AM ProfessorRaine
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* AdultsAreUseless: In the first game professional soliders are constantly being slaughtered by monsters and the only one who can effectively fight back is a teenaged princess.

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* AdultsAreUseless: In the first game professional soliders soldiers are constantly being slaughtered by monsters and the only one who can effectively fight back is a teenaged princess.



* AntiGrinding (You couldn't level up unless you progressed with the storyline in the first game)
** Somewhat true: Katia and Tara couldn't level themselves up, but their creatures could still gain XP for copy/transform/fuse. [[AwesomeButImpractical A dedicated grinder could level up their decks to maximum, but wouldn't have the mana or HP to cast anything on the high end.]] This was a game-breaker in the first game, as the casting system made it possible to cast everything in your hand at your leisure. Provided you didn't mind being a OneHitPointWonder.

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* AntiGrinding (You AntiGrinding: You couldn't level up unless you progressed with the storyline in the first game)
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** Somewhat true: Katia and Tara couldn't level themselves herself up, but their her creatures could still gain XP for copy/transform/fuse. [[AwesomeButImpractical A dedicated grinder could level up their decks to maximum, but wouldn't have the mana or HP to cast anything on the high end.]] This was a game-breaker in the first game, as the casting system made it possible to cast everything in your hand at your leisure. Provided you didn't mind being a OneHitPointWonder.



** Banshees also can make the bread and butter of any deck, with a cheap cost, great damage, and the ability to turn Gems into EXP, allowing you to easily make copies of not only them, but other cards in your deck.

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** Banshees also can make the bread and butter of any deck, with a cheap cost, great damage, and the ability to turn Gems killing blows into EXP, allowing you to easily make copies of not only them, but other cards in your deck.



** Flayer Spawn. The range and damage is subpar, but it only costs 1 magic stone and has a good chance to one off mech monsters.
** Any Decoy card, especially Decoy Pillar. They don't do much except keep monsters away from you.



* ChargedAttack: The Valkyrie's second attack, although it's rather foolhardy to use, since it limits you to a 3 card hand until you use it.

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* ChargedAttack: The Valkyrie's second attack, although attack gets stronger for every card that gets discarded while it's rather foolhardy to use, since it limits you to a 3 card hand until you use it.in your hand.


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** Tumble Chick. Virtually no health or defenses, but with good placement, large bosses will lose giant chunks of their health cause they couldn't hit a small little bird bumping into them.
** Chariobot is probably one of the best Transform cards in terms of damage. However, moving around requires you to attack, which'll eat away at it's lifespan, but melee focused monsters will have a hard time doing anything to you.
29th Aug '14 6:46:00 PM Hayati
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* Banshees also can make the bread and butter of any deck, with a cheap cost, great damage, and the ability to turn Gems into EXP, allowing you to easily make copies of not only them, but other cards in your deck.

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* ** Banshees also can make the bread and butter of any deck, with a cheap cost, great damage, and the ability to turn Gems into EXP, allowing you to easily make copies of not only them, but other cards in your deck.
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