History VideoGame / LufiaTheLegendReturns

28th Feb '16 12:13:10 AM Sammettik
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14th Jan '16 8:18:29 PM DensetsuNoKaboom
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* INeedYouStronger: [[spoiler: Erim's plan to train a group of heroes strong enough to defeat the Sinistrals, including herself.]]
28th Sep '15 10:49:58 PM TheHolotome
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Known as ''Estpolis Denki: Yomigaeru Densetsu'' in Japan. ''Lufia: The Legend Returns'' is the third installment of the JRPG {{Lufia}} series made for GameboyColor system by Neverland. Published by Taito and Natsume in 2001.

The story's is a sequel to the first two games, after the previous two doom island wars. A [[MysteriousWaif traveling fortune teller]], Seena, who's on a "great adventure" to uncover to forgotten legend of the doom island wars, wander into a town Patos and bump into an {{idiot|Hero}} swordsman named Wain. At the moment, the [[JerkassGods Sinistrals of Destruction]], Gades, has awaken and then starts destroying a house in Patos. After the heroic deed of Wain running into a burning house to rescue a girl, Seena finds Wain a worthy fellow and asks him to come along her on an adventure, thus the beginning of the story.

While being less popular, ''Lufia: The Legend Returns'' provides a unique battle and character's skill growth systems as well as RandomlyGeneratedLevels for dungeons. The players is allowed to put nine characters all at once in a battlefield. It also has a good soundtrack, graphic, and storyline, which is filled with nostalgic elements from previous games, such as the dragon eggs, a linear [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon final dungeon]], and every Sinistrals bosses up to date.

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Known as ''Estpolis Denki: Yomigaeru Densetsu'' in Japan. ''Lufia: The Legend Returns'' is the third installment of the JRPG {{Lufia}} series made for the GameboyColor system by Neverland. Published It was published by Taito and Natsume in 2001.

The story's is a sequel to the first two games, after the previous two doom island wars. A [[MysteriousWaif traveling fortune teller]], Seena, who's on a "great adventure" to uncover to the forgotten legend of the doom island wars, wander wanders into a town called Patos and bump bumps into an {{idiot|Hero}} swordsman named Wain. At the that moment, the [[JerkassGods Sinistrals Sinistral of Destruction]], Gades, has awaken awakens and then starts begins destroying a house in Patos. the once sleepy town. After the heroic deed of Wain running into a the burning house home to rescue a girl, girl trapped inside, Seena finds Wain a worthy fellow and asks him to come along her with on an adventure, adventure. And thus the beginning of begins the story.

While being less popular, popular then its predecessors, ''Lufia: The Legend Returns'' provides a unique battle and character's character skill growth systems as well as RandomlyGeneratedLevels for dungeons. The players is Players are allowed to put up to nine of the 12 different characters on the battlefield all at once in a battlefield. once. It also has a good and surprisingly extensive soundtrack, graphic, colorful Gameboy Color graphics, and storyline, which a simple yet classic storyline that is also filled with nostalgic elements from previous games, such as the dragon eggs, plus a linear [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon final dungeon]], and every single one of the Sinistrals as bosses up to date.



* AbsurdlySharpBlade: Deckard's ship's front axe. It cleanly cuts through another ship.
* BadassPrincess: Melphis. Dei notes he didn't expected a princess in captive to fight a huge monster on her own.

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* AbsurdlySharpBlade: Deckard's ship's front axe. It It's shown to be able to cleanly cuts cut through another ship.
* BadassPrincess: Melphis. Dei notes he didn't expected a princess in captive captivity to be able to fight such a huge monster on her own.



* BlindIdiotTranslation: So many goofs, one wonders if they just shipped the game with the first draft of the English script without spellchecking it first.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: So many goofs, one goofs... One wonders if they just shipped the game with the first draft of the English script without spellchecking it first.



* CallToAdventure

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* CallToAdventure CallToAdventure: It's what Seena claims she looking for and it's what ropes Wain in as well.



* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Usually since Seena and Wain will drag themselves into helping any possible people.

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* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Usually Usually, since Seena and Wain will drag themselves into helping any possible people.person that needs it.



* DiscOneNuke: Gades' Blade and Bracelet.

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* DiscOneNuke: Gades' Blade and Bracelet. Good luck getting it when not doing a NewGamePlus, though, unless you're willing to farm Hi Bombs 'til you're numb in the fingers.



* EasyLevelsHardBosses

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* EasyLevelsHardBossesEasyLevelsHardBosses: This game generally plays this Trope straight.



* ItemFarming: Hi Bombs are what you need to defeat Gades for DiscOneNuke equipments. Twice. To get them, you must wander around a random generated dungeon for hours.
* KleptomaniacHero: UpToEleven. Not only you loot stuff from barrels, cabinets and drawers, but you also takes stuff from graves, dining tables, fireplaces, random candles, statues of Buddha, and you can outright grabs stuff in a shop and get away because they are simply hidden in the displaying armors.
* LazyBackup: Your party's max number in a battle is 9, but only 3 from each row can attack, and if the frontline characters are knocked out, it's game over regardless the others still being up.

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* ItemFarming: Hi Bombs are what you need to defeat Gades for the DiscOneNuke equipments. Twice. To get them, you must wander around a random randomly generated dungeon for hours.
* KleptomaniacHero: UpToEleven. Not only can you loot stuff from barrels, cabinets and drawers, but you can also takes take stuff from graves, dining tables, fireplaces, random candles, statues of Buddha, and ''and'' you can outright grabs stuff in a shop and get away with it because they are simply hidden in the displaying armors.
suits of armor that are on display.
* LazyBackup: Your party's max number in a battle is 9, but only 3 from each row can attack, and if the frontline characters are knocked out, it's game over over, regardless of the others still being up.



* LostForever: If you don't recruit Dragon Egg before [[spoiler: Seena reveals herself to be Erim the Sinistral of Death,]] he will be gone forever.
* NintendoHard: Never mind your party's numbers, bosses still hit very hard and wipe you all out easily if you don't play well.

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* LostForever: If you don't recruit the Dragon Egg before [[spoiler: Seena reveals herself to be Erim the Sinistral of Death,]] he will be gone forever.
* NintendoHard: Never mind your party's numbers, bosses still hit very hard and can wipe you all out easily if you don't play well.



* SwordOfPlotAdvancement: Dual Blade.
* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue

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* SwordOfPlotAdvancement: The Dual Blade.
* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogueWhereAreTheyNowEpilogue
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13th Sep '15 1:49:27 AM manat31790
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* BerserkButton: Don't call Wain stupid. [[spoiler: It'll make him cry, which will make Seena very angry.]]

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* BerserkButton: Don't call Wain stupid. [[spoiler: It'll make him cry, [[HypocriticalHeartwarming which will make Seena very angry.]]]]]]
17th Jun '14 3:07:49 PM Angeldeb82
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The story's is a sequel to the first two games, after the previous two doom island wars. A [[MysteriousWaif traveling fortune teller]], Seena, who's on a "great adventure" to uncover to forgotten legend of the doom island wars, wander into a town Patos and bump into an [[IdiotHero idiot]] swordsman named Wain. At the moment, the [[JerkAssGod Sinistrals of Destruction]], Gades, has awaken and then starts destroying a house in Patos. After the heroic deed of Wain running into a burning house to rescue a girl, Seena finds Wain a worthy fellow and asks him to come along her on an adventure, thus the beginning of the story.

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The story's is a sequel to the first two games, after the previous two doom island wars. A [[MysteriousWaif traveling fortune teller]], Seena, who's on a "great adventure" to uncover to forgotten legend of the doom island wars, wander into a town Patos and bump into an [[IdiotHero idiot]] {{idiot|Hero}} swordsman named Wain. At the moment, the [[JerkAssGod [[JerkassGods Sinistrals of Destruction]], Gades, has awaken and then starts destroying a house in Patos. After the heroic deed of Wain running into a burning house to rescue a girl, Seena finds Wain a worthy fellow and asks him to come along her on an adventure, thus the beginning of the story.



* BadAssPrincess: Melphis. Dei notes he didn't expected a princess in captive to fight a huge monster on her own.

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* BadAssPrincess: BadassPrincess: Melphis. Dei notes he didn't expected a princess in captive to fight a huge monster on her own.



* CoolOldGuy: Aima's master and Randolph

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* CoolOldGuy: Aima's master and RandolphRandolph.



** It's also possible to get the game's InfinityPlusOneSword fairly early on as a [[RandomlyDrops random drop]] from a ''normal enemy'' in one of the dungeons.
* DoesNotUnderstandSarcasm: Wain

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** It's also possible to get the game's InfinityPlusOneSword fairly early on as a [[RandomlyDrops random drop]] RandomDrop from a ''normal enemy'' in one of the dungeons.
* DoesNotUnderstandSarcasm: Wain
dungeons.



* LazyBackUp: Your party's max number in a battle is 9, but only 3 from each row can attack, and if the frontline characters are knocked out, it's game over regardless the others still being up.

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* LazyBackUp: LazyBackup: Your party's max number in a battle is 9, but only 3 from each row can attack, and if the frontline characters are knocked out, it's game over regardless the others still being up.



* SarcasmBlind: Wain.



* SwordOfPlotAdvancement: Dual Blade

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* SwordOfPlotAdvancement: Dual BladeBlade.
3rd Feb '14 5:37:36 PM Chocorodeo
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* CastFromHitPoints: Several of Ruby's exclusive IP abilities, in addition to the Dark Sword IP ability.


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* EasyLevelsHardBosses
3rd Feb '14 5:08:59 PM Chocorodeo
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* FixedDamageAttack: Ruby's Double Up IP consumes her IP meter to determine base damage and doubles in power with each correct guess in a higher-or-lower card game.


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* LethalJokeWeapon: The Bunny Blade, which gives a 500-point boost to attack...but only inflicts 1 or 2 damage when attacking. However, it possesses its full power when using IP abilities.
* LimitBreak: IP abilities function as this once again, though they are learned by characters from Ancient Texts instead of bound to weapons.


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* OneStatToRuleThemAll: While increasing all characters' Spiritual Force is important for IP abilities, yellow S.F. is easily the most valuable due to providing an increase to speed, which increases far less than other stats from leveling. Slower characters become much more viable if Dei, Ruby, and/or Isaac are in the same row/column to boost their speed.
* PercentDamageAttack: Several IP abilities which reduce a target's HP by a varying fraction. Bosses are not immune to these abilities; they're practically necessary to defeat some bosses before you're supposed to be able to.
30th Dec '12 9:42:03 PM triscion
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** There's a RunningGag that he gets called "stupid" every time he meets someone new.
12th Aug '12 9:45:20 PM Mewseeker
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* ItemFarming: Hi Bombs are what you need to defeat Gades for DiscOneNuke equipments. To get them, you must wander around a random generated dungeon for hours.

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* ItemFarming: Hi Bombs are what you need to defeat Gades for DiscOneNuke equipments. Twice. To get them, you must wander around a random generated dungeon for hours.
22nd Jul '12 6:27:45 PM SSJMagus
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While being less popular, LufiaTheLegendReturns provides a unique battle and character's skill growth systems as well as RandomlyGeneratedLevels for dungeons. The players is allowed to put nine characters all at once in a battlefield. It also has a good soundtrack, graphic, and storyline, which is filled with nostalgic elements from previous games, such as the dragon eggs, a linear [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon final dungeon]], and every Sinistrals bosses up to date.

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While being less popular, LufiaTheLegendReturns ''Lufia: The Legend Returns'' provides a unique battle and character's skill growth systems as well as RandomlyGeneratedLevels for dungeons. The players is allowed to put nine characters all at once in a battlefield. It also has a good soundtrack, graphic, and storyline, which is filled with nostalgic elements from previous games, such as the dragon eggs, a linear [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon final dungeon]], and every Sinistrals bosses up to date.
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