History VideoGame / NaferiasReignInvasionOfTheDarkMistress

21st Feb '18 11:38:26 AM SeptimusHeap
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* InterfaceScrew: Dimness darkens the player's screen to almost pitch black with a slight pulse of light trying to get through, greatly confusing the character to their surroundings. However the Confusion status is much more dangerous, causing the player's view to turn left and right randomly and nonstop while their vertical view also bobs up and down nonstop, causing a sway in movement very similar to "Shroom Mode" in RiseOfTheTriad, and making it very hard to move around and fire off weapons, and dangerous when using explosives or area-of-effect attacks.

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* InterfaceScrew: Dimness darkens the player's screen to almost pitch black with a slight pulse of light trying to get through, greatly confusing the character to their surroundings. However the Confusion status is much more dangerous, causing the player's view to turn left and right randomly and nonstop while their vertical view also bobs up and down nonstop, causing a sway in movement very similar to "Shroom Mode" in RiseOfTheTriad, VideoGame/RiseOfTheTriad, and making it very hard to move around and fire off weapons, and dangerous when using explosives or area-of-effect attacks.



** Certain characters also have a list of usable skills from the in-game menu, mostly used for buffs or healing/resurrecting characters, or removing status ailments. Status buffs and ailments include a Haste buff, a Slow ailment, a Confusion ailment which makes a character's screen bob up and down and to the left and right controllable [an homage to RiseOfTheTriad's "Shroom Mode"], a blindness-style condition making it hard to see, a poison ailment, a "shell" buff for damage reduction, an attack/defense buff, and then a couple of character-specfic buffs [Ami, Lori and Maken use these, such as Triad Refractor for Lori, a buff that cuts damage in half and deals the other half back to the attacker instantly for example]. One more recent buff is PK Shield (Paula's only support skill so far), an ability that will block and sometimes deflect the mindblasts of Octabrains and Cycloid Emperor-class monsters harmlessly.

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** Certain characters also have a list of usable skills from the in-game menu, mostly used for buffs or healing/resurrecting characters, or removing status ailments. Status buffs and ailments include a Haste buff, a Slow ailment, a Confusion ailment which makes a character's screen bob up and down and to the left and right controllable [an homage to RiseOfTheTriad's VideoGame/RiseOfTheTriad's "Shroom Mode"], a blindness-style condition making it hard to see, a poison ailment, a "shell" buff for damage reduction, an attack/defense buff, and then a couple of character-specfic buffs [Ami, Lori and Maken use these, such as Triad Refractor for Lori, a buff that cuts damage in half and deals the other half back to the attacker instantly for example]. One more recent buff is PK Shield (Paula's only support skill so far), an ability that will block and sometimes deflect the mindblasts of Octabrains and Cycloid Emperor-class monsters harmlessly.
4th Feb '18 9:28:40 AM nombretomado
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*** ''"There's a bomb in the lasagna!"'' - The {{Nicktoons}} cartoon ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}''.

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*** ''"There's a bomb in the lasagna!"'' - The {{Nicktoons}} {{Creator/Nicktoons}} cartoon ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}''.
7th Jan '18 9:13:31 AM nombretomado
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** In a sense, VideoGame/{{Bubsy}} has this. Appearantly the [[Film/TheMask Loki Mask]] has some kind of role to play for him in the future, as he can transform into a JimCarrey-esque form with the yellow trenchcoat and fedora and all. This form also drains at his EP when used, but he has stronger attacks, better jumping strength, a random chance to totally null damage from any attack regardless of it's normal strength, and possibly a few other benefits.

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** In a sense, VideoGame/{{Bubsy}} has this. Appearantly the [[Film/TheMask Loki Mask]] has some kind of role to play for him in the future, as he can transform into a JimCarrey-esque Creator/JimCarrey-esque form with the yellow trenchcoat and fedora and all. This form also drains at his EP when used, but he has stronger attacks, better jumping strength, a random chance to totally null damage from any attack regardless of it's normal strength, and possibly a few other benefits.
16th Dec '17 9:39:05 AM LordMisfit
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* DoubleJump: In this game, they're called "Airjumps", and it's possible to air jump more than once per character. All fifteen of the playable characters will gain the ability to multi jump as they gain levels. The Mysterious Woman starts off with one airjump to her name immediately. Additionally, there is a bonus item that gives whoever grabs it a permenant airjump extension of 1.

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* DoubleJump: In this game, they're called "Airjumps", and it's possible to air jump more than once per character. All fifteen of the playable characters will gain the ability to multi jump as they gain levels. The Mysterious Woman starts off with one airjump to her name immediately. Additionally, there is a bonus item that gives whoever grabs it a permenant airjump extension of 1. Airjumps also do not give as much air as the initial jump does [~67% of the normal jump strength].
8th Nov '17 6:06:55 AM UchuuFlamenco
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* GameOver: In the original [[VideoGame/DukeNukem Duke Nukem 3D]], there was no such concept as a ''true'' game over. Getting killed meant either reloading a saved game or starting fresh at the beginning of the level you died in. However Naferia's Reign has it coded specfically that the latter is '''not''' an option. Even though one character dying is not [usually] grounds to force a restart or a save-reload, [[TotalPartyKill losing your entire party]] will make a "game over" screen pop up (with [[MortalKombat Shao Kahn]] taunting you mercilessly, somehow...), where trying to restart like in the original Duke Nukem 3D will make you go back to the ''title screen'' and fully reset your game. This means you have to use save games, and use them well.

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* GameOver: In the original [[VideoGame/DukeNukem Duke Nukem 3D]], there was no such concept as a ''true'' game over. Getting killed meant either reloading a saved game or starting fresh at the beginning of the level you died in. However Naferia's Reign has it coded specfically that the latter is '''not''' an option. Even though one character dying is not [usually] grounds to force a restart or a save-reload, [[TotalPartyKill losing your entire party]] will make a "game over" screen pop up (with [[MortalKombat [[Franchise/MortalKombat Shao Kahn]] taunting you mercilessly, somehow...), where trying to restart like in the original Duke Nukem 3D will make you go back to the ''title screen'' and fully reset your game. This means you have to use save games, and use them well.
18th Apr '17 7:20:53 PM nombretomado
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*** ''"In The Darkness, Lies The Truth!"'' - StupidMarioBrothers

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*** ''"In The Darkness, Lies The Truth!"'' - StupidMarioBrothersWebVideo/StupidMarioBrothers
25th Feb '17 12:37:01 PM nombretomado
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*** ''"If you can't slam with best, then jam with rest!"'' - BarkleyShutUpAndJamGaiden

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*** ''"If you can't slam with best, then jam with rest!"'' - BarkleyShutUpAndJamGaiden''VideoGame/BarkleyShutUpAndJamGaiden''
16th Oct '16 6:10:06 PM nombretomado
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** The "Afa's Drop" is a shout out to ''[[FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword]]''. When used, it will increase the growth curves of a character's HP, AP, EP, Attack and Defense by a slight amount, allowing later levelups for said character[s] more beneficial.

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** The "Afa's Drop" is a shout out to ''[[FireEmblemElibe ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword]]''. When used, it will increase the growth curves of a character's HP, AP, EP, Attack and Defense by a slight amount, allowing later levelups for said character[s] more beneficial.
16th Jul '16 12:06:31 PM nombretomado
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** Skill 5: You A Bad Enough Dude?! (A reference to BadDudes, first of the five HarderThanHard difficulties.)

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** Skill 5: You A Bad Enough Dude?! (A reference to BadDudes, ''VideoGame/BadDudes'', first of the five HarderThanHard difficulties.)
19th May '16 11:24:15 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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*** ''"Today is a very dangerous day."'' - RockosModernLife

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*** ''"Today is a very dangerous day."'' - RockosModernLifeWesternAnimation/RockosModernLife
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