History VideoGame / LostOdyssey

10th Jul '17 4:31:06 PM krimzonflygon2
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* EvilPlan: Being an immortal, genius, and extremely powerful mage, Gongora's got almost everything he needs to secure an eternal rule over the world. However, there is a key vulnerability: [[spoiler: the Tower of Mirrors, the point uniting the human world and his home plane, the latter being a place where he's perfectly mortal. As long as it exists, there's the lingering threat of someone forcing him back home where he's not nearly as unstoppable. As such, Gongora builds Grand Staff, a massive magical reactor, under the pretense of bringing energy and prosperity to the kingdom of Uhra. Grand Staff's true purpose is as a weapon, to be used first to destroy the Tower of Mirrors and cut off the Immortal plane from the human world, and then to enforce his will on everything and everyone who would dare defy him.]]
11th Jun '17 4:42:52 PM nombretomado
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The game was made backwards compatible with the XboxOne and was re-released for free for the last two weeks of 2016.

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The game was made backwards compatible with the XboxOne UsefulNotes/XboxOne and was re-released for free for the last two weeks of 2016.
21st Feb '17 5:28:03 PM Gosicrystal
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* LostForever: Averted. Any items missed in one-shot dungeons show up in the auction house.
** Played straight, however, with the Shieldus and Barricadus spells (likely a developer oversight). If you didn't purchase them before [[spoiler:Gongora freezes Gohtza]], you won't ever be able to get them. The front gate of Khent is also inaccessible after that point, though there's barely anything to do there.
** Also played straight with two of the ninety-nine seeds that are part of a game-spanning collect-a-thon, due to another probable developer oversight. If you don't collect those two seeds from the closets in the Tolstan Inn in Disc 2, you will discover that the closet doors don't even have an 'open' prompt when you head back there in Disc 4-and, of course, the contents aren't available at auction.



* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** Averted. Any items missed in one-shot dungeons show up in the auction house.
** Played straight with the Shieldus and Barricadus spells (likely a developer oversight). If you didn't purchase them before [[spoiler:Gongora freezes Gohtza]], you won't ever be able to get them. The front gate of Khent is also inaccessible after that point, though there's barely anything to do there.
** Played straight with two of the ninety-nine seeds that are part of a game-spanning collect-a-thon, due to another probable developer oversight. If you don't collect those two seeds from the closets in the Tolstan Inn in Disc 2, you will discover that the closet doors don't even have an 'open' prompt when you head back there in Disc 4-and, of course, the contents aren't available at auction.



* PettingZooPeople: The Khents, a race of dogpeople resembling dobermans.
** There's also a white-skinned little girl in a dress with fox ears and a tail named Chuchu whose race is never elaborated upon and her father that she mentions is never shown either.
*** Finally, there's Aneira, who's never shown either but is described as having wings and a bite strong enough to break iron shackles, although he might as well be dragon of some sort.
* PirateGirl: Seth

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* PettingZooPeople: PettingZooPeople:
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The Khents, a race of dogpeople resembling dobermans.
** There's also a white-skinned little girl in a dress with fox ears and a tail named Chuchu whose race is never elaborated upon and her father that she mentions is never shown either.
*** Finally, there's ** There's Aneira, who's never shown either but is described as having wings and a bite strong enough to break iron shackles, although he might as well be dragon of some sort.
* PirateGirl: SethSeth.



* SmugSnake: Gongora. He has enough power, intelligence and [[ManipulativeBastard "interpersonal skills"]] that you'd ''think'' he'd make a fine MagnificentBastard... but he's so obviously evil and completely lacking in charisma, pummeling the slimy little git is all you'll think about.
** Also done literally when [[spoiler:Gongora turns into a giant snake to kill the head councilman.]]

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* SmugSnake: SmugSnake:
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Gongora. He has enough power, intelligence and [[ManipulativeBastard "interpersonal skills"]] that you'd ''think'' he'd make a fine MagnificentBastard... but he's so obviously evil and completely lacking in charisma, pummeling the slimy little git is all you'll think about.
** Also done Done literally when [[spoiler:Gongora turns into a giant snake to kill the head councilman.]]
24th Jan '17 1:45:58 PM element33033
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** The loading times are successfully mitigated by loading the game onto your system's hard drive (to the point where it's hard to take in the party member stats that quickly)... of course, that takes up over 24 gigs of memory for the ''four'' discs. Unless you just install the disc you're currently on, then delete it and install the next one when you reach the changeover point, of course.

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** The loading times are successfully mitigated by loading the game onto your system's hard drive (to the point where it's hard to take in the party member stats that quickly)... of course, that takes up over 24 gigs of memory for the ''four'' discs. Unless you just install the disc you're currently on, then delete it and install the next one when you reach the changeover point, of course. Even faster if played on an Xbox One through backwards compatibility.
27th Dec '16 11:40:01 AM tvtropeseditor
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* {{Foil}} Generally Jansen and Kaim are, Kain is very old, serious and remorseful, in comparison Jansen is young, humouring and shameless.

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* {{Foil}} Generally Jansen and Kaim are, Kain Kaim is very old, serious and remorseful, in comparison Jansen is young, humouring and shameless.
27th Dec '16 11:39:06 AM tvtropeseditor
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* {{Foil}} Generally Jansen and Kaim are, Kain is very old, serious and remorseful, in comparison Jansen is young, humouring and shameless.
22nd Dec '16 7:34:39 AM tvtropeseditor
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* Expy: Sed is this to the Cids from the Final Fantasy games, not only his name pronounced almost the same way but he takes up the same mechanical role. The Kelolons also have the same shape as Moogles and serve a similar comic relief role. On a meta-level Lost Odyssey is an expy to the classic Final Fantasy games.

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* Expy: {{Expy}}: Sed is this to the Cids from the Final Fantasy games, not only his name pronounced almost the same way but he takes up the same mechanical role. The Kelolons also have the same shape as Moogles and serve a similar comic relief role. On a meta-level Lost Odyssey is an expy to the classic Final Fantasy games.
22nd Dec '16 7:32:22 AM tvtropeseditor
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*Expy: Sed is this to the Cids from the Final Fantasy games, not only his name pronounced almost the same way but he takes up the same mechanical role. The Kelolons also have the same shape as Moogles and serve a similar comic relief role. On a meta-level Lost Odyssey is an expy to the classic Final Fantasy games.
22nd Dec '16 6:39:19 AM tvtropeseditor
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* BadassNormal: Sed isn't a monarch or sorcerer and the only party member that uses a gun to fight.
20th Dec '16 8:29:24 AM AnotherGuy
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The game was made backwards compatible with the XboxOne and was re-released for free for the last two weeks of 2016.
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