History VideoGame / LunarTheSilverStar

8th Apr '18 4:01:03 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** [[ShiningCity Vane]], located on a [[FloatingContinent island in the sky]], is the headquarters of the [[MagicalSociety Magic Guild]] and a center of learning, with typically self-important citizenry (but not {{egregious}}ly so). The city has a reputation a being the ace in the hole for the forces of good. [[spoiler:Which means you get to [[WatchingTroyBurn see it crash]] as the NearVillainVictory gears up.]]

to:

** [[ShiningCity Vane]], located on a [[FloatingContinent island in the sky]], is the headquarters of the [[MagicalSociety Magic Guild]] and a center of learning, with typically self-important citizenry (but not {{egregious}}ly JustForFun/{{egregious}}ly so). The city has a reputation a being the ace in the hole for the forces of good. [[spoiler:Which means you get to [[WatchingTroyBurn see it crash]] as the NearVillainVictory gears up.]]
20th Mar '18 1:05:03 AM Chirpa43
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* MenActWomenAre: The game pretty much lives and dies by this trope, making it one of the game's few points of contention. All the male characters are driven to action by their own hopes and dreams, but none of the female characters play much of a role in the story other than supporting and building up their male love interests, whether it be by needing rescuing or by giving them rousing speeches. Also, the male characters see more action than their female counterparts and never require any rescuing whatsoever.

to:

* MenActWomenAre: The game pretty much lives and dies by this trope, making it one of the game's few points of contention. All the male characters are driven to action by their own hopes and dreams, but none of the female characters play much of a role in the story other than supporting and building up their male love interests, whether it be by needing rescuing or by giving them rousing speeches. Also, the male characters see play a far more action active role in the story than their female counterparts and never require any rescuing whatsoever.
20th Mar '18 1:02:57 AM Chirpa43
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* MenActWomenAre: The game pretty much lives and dies by this trope, making it one of the game's few points of contention. All the male characters are driven to action by their own hopes and dreams, but none of the female characters play much of a role in the story other than supporting and building up their male love interests, whether it be by needing rescuing or by giving them rousing speeches. Also, the male characters see more action than their female counterparts and never require any rescuing whatsoever.
17th Jan '18 6:45:09 AM darkknight109
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* LeftJustifiedFantasyMap: Played mostly straight. You start on an island in the Northwest corner of the game map and your overall progression is Eastward.
28th Nov '17 5:03:57 PM DragonQuestZ
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AnIceSuit: The main characters come from a snowy village in the north, and the heroes wear modest, fur-covered winter clothing to help the "northern feel" of the setting.



* PrettyInMink: Fur trim is all over the place, and justified in that the main characters come from a snowy village in the north, and having the heroes deliberately wear modest, fur-covered winter clothing (to enforce the "northern feel", or cold setting) is a notable case of the dev team deliberately averting the {{Stripperiffic}} trope ([[SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains at least for the heroes...]]). The fact that they were shooting for this was what makes it stick out.
1st Oct '17 1:16:02 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* GuideDangIt: Getting all the Bromides and secret items. These are instances of DifficultyByRegion in the WorkingDesigns versions.

to:

* GuideDangIt: Getting all the Bromides and secret items. These are instances of DifficultyByRegion in the WorkingDesigns Creator/WorkingDesigns versions.



* LullDestruction: ''Silver Star Story Complete'', when [[spoiler:Ghaleon makes his FaceHeelTurn official]] WorkingDesigns fills what would otherwise be silence with EvilGloating.

to:

* LullDestruction: ''Silver Star Story Complete'', when [[spoiler:Ghaleon makes his FaceHeelTurn official]] WorkingDesigns Creator/WorkingDesigns fills what would otherwise be silence with EvilGloating.
16th Sep '17 11:12:19 AM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Lunar Legend'' for GameBoyAdvance. English version was released by Creator/{{Ubisoft}}.

to:

* ''Lunar Legend'' for GameBoyAdvance.UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance. English version was released by Creator/{{Ubisoft}}.
5th Sep '17 1:35:53 PM Berrenta
Is there an issue? Send a Message


All five games tell the story of a young man named Alex who sets out on a classic [[TheHerosJourney hero's journey]] with all the trimmings. The details vary a bit from version to version, but have the same underlying structure: the protagonist, Alex, [[HeroWorshipper admires a famous hero]] named [[PrecursorHeroes Dragonmaster Dyne]] who died 15 years prior. So, when [[TheHerald a dragon offers him the call]] to adventure, he [[JumpedAtTheCall jumps at it]], seeing it as an opportunity to follow in his idol's footsteps. His journey gets him [[BellyOfTheWhale mixed up in a conflict]] between the forces of good and a villain called the Magic Emperor, with the fate of the world at stake. By facing this foe, Alex gains the wherewithal to make all his dreams come true. He goes on a grand adventure, prevails against the baddie [[NearVillainVictory when it seems like all hope is lost]], gets the girl, and saves the world.

to:

All five games tell the story of a young man named Alex who sets out on a classic [[TheHerosJourney hero's journey]] with all the trimmings. The details vary a bit from version to version, but have the same underlying structure: the protagonist, Alex, [[HeroWorshipper admires a famous hero]] named [[PrecursorHeroes Dragonmaster Dyne]] who died 15 years prior. So, when [[TheHerald a dragon offers him the call]] to adventure, he [[JumpedAtTheCall jumps at it]], seeing it as an opportunity to follow in his idol's footsteps. His journey gets him [[BellyOfTheWhale [[CantRefuseTheCallAnymore mixed up in a conflict]] between the forces of good and a villain called the Magic Emperor, with the fate of the world at stake. By facing this foe, Alex gains the wherewithal to make all his dreams come true. He goes on a grand adventure, prevails against the baddie [[NearVillainVictory when it seems like all hope is lost]], gets the girl, and saves the world.
24th Jun '17 9:17:04 AM QueenofSwords
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* InformedAbility: Luna's singing is supposedly the most beautiful in the world. While the actress has a beautiful singing voice, she probably falls short of "God[dess]ly". The bar singers are also said to have beautiful voices... but they sing a pretty [[Narm silly-sounding]] tune that's off-key to boot. It's notably ''averted'' in Meryod, however, whose songstress is just as bad as she's said to be.

to:

* InformedAbility: Luna's singing is supposedly the most beautiful in the world. While the actress has a beautiful singing voice, she probably falls short of "God[dess]ly". The bar singers are also said to have beautiful voices... but they sing a pretty [[Narm [[{{Narm}} silly-sounding]] tune that's off-key to boot. It's notably ''averted'' in Meryod, however, whose songstress is just as bad as she's said to be.
24th Jun '17 9:16:37 AM QueenofSwords
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* InformedAbility: Luna's singing is supposedly the most beautiful in the world. While the actress has a beautiful singing voice, she probably falls short of "God[dess]ly". It's notably ''averted'' in Meryod, however, whose songstress is just as bad as she's said to be.

to:

* InformedAbility: Luna's singing is supposedly the most beautiful in the world. While the actress has a beautiful singing voice, she probably falls short of "God[dess]ly". The bar singers are also said to have beautiful voices... but they sing a pretty [[Narm silly-sounding]] tune that's off-key to boot. It's notably ''averted'' in Meryod, however, whose songstress is just as bad as she's said to be.
This list shows the last 10 events of 130. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=VideoGame.LunarTheSilverStar