History VideoGame / Medievil

22nd Jun '17 9:55:54 PM WhiteRoseSamurai
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* TheNightThatNeverEnds: Zarok casts a spell that plunges Gallowmere into eternal night, and it stays that way until Dan finally kills Zarok, [[CueTheSun the sun rising]] as he returns to his crypt.

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* TheNightThatNeverEnds: Zarok casts a spell that plunges Gallowmere into eternal night, and it stays that way until Dan finally kills Zarok, [[CueTheSun the sun rising]] rising as he returns to his crypt.crypt at the end of the game]].
10th Jun '17 5:19:24 PM WhiteRoseSamurai
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* TheNightThatNeverEnds: Zarok casts a spell that plunges Gallowmere into eternal night, and it stays that way until Dan finally kills Zarok, [[CueTheSun the sun rising]] as he returns to his crypt.
9th Mar '17 1:06:11 AM jameygamer
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* FinalBoss: Zarok himself is fought as the last enemy (this is after the player gets past his remaining soldiers and then Kardok in his arena, at which point Zarok will take matters into his own hands), and he takes a OneWingedAngel form that has a chicken's cluck. Destroying this completes the game.
9th Mar '17 1:02:58 AM jameygamer
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* ShieldBash: After defeating the cemetery guradians, Dan learns an ability called the 'Daring Dash', which allows him to rush forwards for a few feet, which blocks oncoming attacks, does minor damage to enemies, can be used to smash down walls, and allows Dan to do longer jumps. It was made available from the get-go in both the sequel and PSP remake.

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* ShieldBash: After defeating the cemetery guradians, guardians, Dan learns an ability called the 'Daring Dash', which allows him to rush forwards for a few feet, which blocks oncoming attacks, does minor damage to enemies, can be used to smash down walls, and allows Dan to do longer jumps. It was made available from the get-go in both the sequel and PSP remake.



* SorcerousOverlord: Zarok is a powerful sorcerer who commands a vast army of demons and other monsters in a move to conquer Gallowmere.
* SquashedFlat: This is what happens to Zarok when Dan defeats him at the end of the game. A piece of debris falls down and unceremoniously crushes Zarok, with him squealing at his last breath.



* UglyHeroGoodLookingVillain: Fortesque and Zarok. Well, maybe "Good - looking" for Zarok is a balooney, but he beats Fortesque's ugliness probably because he has a human body.

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* UglyHeroGoodLookingVillain: Fortesque and Zarok. Well, maybe "Good - looking" for Zarok is a balooney, baloney, but he beats Fortesque's ugliness probably because he has a human body.
9th Nov '16 12:03:38 AM SideSalad
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* ChestMonster: Two examples, one an ally, one an enemy.

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* ChestMonster: Two examples, examples; one an ally, ally and one an enemy.



** In Gallows Gauntlet, knocking open a certain, required, chest will release the Serpent of Gallowmere, who instead of killing enemies, will only gun for Dan. It too leaves after a while, but its departure seems to be random. Sometimes it leaves as soon as it's released, other times it hounds Dan down until he's leaving the level.

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** In Gallows Gauntlet, knocking open a certain, required, Gauntlet getting close to its chest will release the Serpent of Gallowmere, who instead of killing enemies, will only gun for Dan. It too leaves after a while, but its departure seems to It'll hound him down, too, all the way through the level if you let it. Despite it seeming incorporeal, you can actually attack it enough that it will be random. Sometimes it leaves as soon as it's released, other times it hounds Dan down until he's leaving deterred and slither out of the level.
29th Oct '16 11:15:25 PM Luigiofthegods
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* FakeUltimateHero: Sir Fortesque is an odd example, given that (as shown in-game), Fortesque actually is a more than decent fighter, and can be a true hero if you play your cards straight. The only reason he is one of these is because his reputation was propped up for propaganda purposes, not by any effort (or fault) of his own.

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* FakeUltimateHero: Sir Fortesque is an odd example, given that (as shown in-game), Fortesque actually is a more than decent fighter, and can be a true hero if you play your cards straight. The only reason he is one of these is because his reputation was propped up for propaganda purposes, purposes (he ended up getting shot in the eye by the very first arrow fired in the battle), not by any effort (or fault) or fault of his own.
23rd Oct '16 4:10:39 PM Kytseo
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* FaustianRebellion: Dan was one of the undead raised by Zarok's magic. Despite this, he utilizes his current undeath to take Zarok down.
16th Apr '16 1:13:41 PM EBsessed
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* RiddleMeThis: Jack the Green, master of the Asylum gardens is quite fond of this. He gives Dan a series of riddles that must be solved using things around the hedge maze which the garden is comprised of.

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* RiddleMeThis: Jack the Green, master of the Asylum gardens gardens, is quite fond of this. He gives Dan a series of riddles that must be solved using things around the hedge maze which the garden is comprised of.
16th Apr '16 1:10:33 PM EBsessed
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* MiniMecha: Imps pilot ones in their own likeness in the Scarecrow Fields.

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* MiniMecha: Imps pilot ones mechs in their own likeness in the Scarecrow Fields.
16th Apr '16 1:09:37 PM EBsessed
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** Also what Dan himself can do with a variety of weapons, namely the Dragon Potion (Dragon Armor in the PSP Remake) which lets him breathe fire, but also makes him invulnerable to it.

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** Also what Dan himself can do with a variety of weapons, namely the Dragon Potion Armor (Dragon Armor Potion in the PSP Remake) which lets him breathe fire, but also makes him invulnerable to it.
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