History VideoGame / LufiaAndTheFortressOfDoom

18th Jun '16 10:30:21 PM wentesur
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* AllYourPowersCombined: Sinistrals battle in Doom Island follows almost the exact same pattern like the prologue, except [[spoiler:all the Sinistrals except Erim merged together to become Guard Daos]].


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* GenderEqualEnsemble: The party consists of two males (Hero and Aguro) and two females (Lufia and Jerin). [[spoiler:Although Lufia left your party right before encounter at DDoom Island, she rejoined in the final boss battle.]]


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* LoveRival: Lufia and Jerin seems to be this given all the interaction.
18th Sep '15 9:58:38 AM Koveras
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28th Apr '15 4:46:48 AM ParaBeetleX
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* DisproportionateRetribution: Lufia hits Hero with a [[ShockAndAwe Bolt attack]] after he pokes fun at the implication that she's jealous of Jerin.
11th Nov '14 4:23:33 AM Diask
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This is ''Lufia & the Fortress of Doom'' or ''Estopolis Denki'' for the SNES. Published by {{Taito}} before it closed its doors in America and developed by Neverland, Lufia is a rather simple turn-based JRPG. The first in the {{Franchise/Lufia}} series it would introduce the series setting, the Sinistrals, and the Dual Blade. Gameplay wise it was your typical JRPG. You had a party of four characters with preset roles. Some such as Lufia could use magic while others bashed baddies on the head with large and deadly weapons like swords and axes.

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This is ''Lufia & the Fortress of Doom'' or ''Estopolis Denki'' for the SNES. Published by {{Taito}} Creator/{{Taito}} before it closed its doors in America and developed by Neverland, Lufia is a rather simple turn-based JRPG. The first in the {{Franchise/Lufia}} series it would introduce the series setting, the Sinistrals, and the Dual Blade. Gameplay wise it was your typical JRPG. You had a party of four characters with preset roles. Some such as Lufia could use magic while others bashed baddies on the head with large and deadly weapons like swords and axes.



* FollowTheLeader: It bears similarities to the first ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}'' game.
* GameBreaker: The Mirror magic, learned by Jerin at level 32. It will reflect any magic thrown at you by the enemy, but will let healing and buffs through. Using Mirror on everyone makes the final boss battles jokes.

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* FollowTheLeader: It bears similarities to the first ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}'' game.
* GameBreaker: The Mirror magic, learned by Jerin at level 32. It will reflect any magic thrown at you by the enemy, but will let healing and buffs through. Using Mirror on everyone makes the final boss battles jokes.
''VideoGame/LunarTheSilverStar''.



* LostForever: Averted with [[WeBuyAnything items you sells]] There's a shop a certain town that sells everything you've sold.

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* LostForever: Averted with [[WeBuyAnything the items you sells]] sell]]. There's a shop a certain town that sells everything you've sold.



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The titular Lufia.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The titular Lufia.
19th Aug '14 12:58:46 PM Twist
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* GameBreaker: The Mirror magic, learned by Jerin at level 32. It will reflect any magic thrown at you by the enemy, but will let healing and buffs through. Using Mirror on everyone makes the final boss battles jokes.
27th Jul '14 6:37:36 PM SuperLlama
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* DoomyDoomsOfDoom: Take a wild guess.
27th Jul '14 6:35:58 PM SuperLlama
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* BadassNormal: Aguro is properly equipped.

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* BadassNormal: Aguro is properly equipped.Aguro, who has no magic abilities and just hits things really hard.
2nd Jul '14 9:39:34 PM SuperLlama
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* ATasteOfPower: The game starts with the player controlling Maxim and co, who are all level 70 and easily trash the Sinistrals. The main character the player controls afterwards is decidedly less powerful.
2nd Jul '14 9:37:06 PM SuperLlama
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* ATasteOfPower: The game starts with the player controlling Maxim and co, who are all level 70 and easily trash the Sinistrals. The main character the player controls afterwards is decidedly less powerful.
8th Apr '14 6:31:52 PM GastonRabbit
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This is ''Lufia & the Fortress of Doom'' or ''Estopolis Denki'' for the SNES. Published by {{Taito}} before it closed its doors in America and developed by Neverland Lufia is a rather simple turn-based JRPG. The first in the {{Franchise/Lufia}} series it would introduce the series setting, the Sinistrals, and the Dual Blade. Gameplay wise it was your typical JRPG. You had a party of four characters with preset roles. Some such as Lufia could use magic while others bashed baddies on the head with large and deadly weapons like swords and axes.

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This is ''Lufia & the Fortress of Doom'' or ''Estopolis Denki'' for the SNES. Published by {{Taito}} before it closed its doors in America and developed by Neverland Neverland, Lufia is a rather simple turn-based JRPG. The first in the {{Franchise/Lufia}} series it would introduce the series setting, the Sinistrals, and the Dual Blade. Gameplay wise it was your typical JRPG. You had a party of four characters with preset roles. Some such as Lufia could use magic while others bashed baddies on the head with large and deadly weapons like swords and axes.



* AllSwordsAreTheSame: Maxim wields two swords, which look alike. Despite that the SwordOfPlotAdvancement is called the "Dual Blade", there's only one - Adol only uses one sword.

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* AllSwordsAreTheSame: Maxim wields two swords, which look alike. Despite that the SwordOfPlotAdvancement is called the "Dual Blade", there's only one - Adol -- this game's hero only uses one sword.



* FollowTheLeader: It bears similarities to the first {{Lunar}} game.

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* FollowTheLeader: It bears similarities to the first {{Lunar}} ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}'' game.
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