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28th Jan '17 9:22:50 AM Gosicrystal
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* CrapsaccharineWorld: Quite literally [[spoiler:Zone 3.]]

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* %%* CrapsaccharineWorld: Quite literally [[spoiler:Zone 3.]]



* DamageSpongeBoss: All the game's bosses, which is mostly [=RPG=] Maker's fault. BonusBoss Sugar especially, with a whopping 12000 HP. Although it does serve to make Alpha's Poison-inducing attack NotCompletelyUseless.

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* DamageSpongeBoss: DamageSpongeBoss:
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All the game's bosses, which is mostly [=RPG=] Maker's fault. BonusBoss Sugar especially, with a whopping 12000 HP. Although it does serve to make Alpha's Poison-inducing attack NotCompletelyUseless.



* FaceHeelTurn[=/=]HeelFaceTurn: Depending on your opinion from the game's revelations, every[[spoiler: player]] does one or the other at the end of the game when confronted by [[spoiler:The Judge. You can either betray The Batter or help him finish his quest, but which side is less bad really is up to interpretation.]]

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* FaceHeelTurn[=/=]HeelFaceTurn: Depending on your opinion from the game's revelations, every[[spoiler: player]] every [[spoiler:player]] does one or the other at the end of the game when confronted by [[spoiler:The Judge. You can either betray The Batter or help him finish his quest, but which side is less bad really is up to interpretation.]]



** The game's title and its opening line.



%%** The game's title and its opening line.



** One of the puzzles in Zone 3 is unsolvable without looking at the game's Readme file. You only get told this by Zacharie, who is hidden in one of many rooms in one of the many hallways of Zone 3 Area 4. And the only way to get him to tell you is for you to get a Music Box. And the only way to get the Music Box is to find and defeat the BossInMookClothing - who puts up a very long and tedious fight mainly due to its DamageSpongeBoss nature - who is ''also'' hidden in one of the many rooms in one of the many hallways of Zone 3 Area 4. And even ''then'', you still need to find an extra sheet of paper that decodes part of the puzzle for you ([[SuspiciousVideoGameGenerosity although the game is kind enough to tell you that it's important]]). Yeah, that's pretty bad.
** On top of which, at least one download for the English translation ''[[UnwinnableByMistake doesn't include the Read Me file.]]''

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** One of the puzzles in Zone 3 is unsolvable without looking at the game's Readme file. You only get told this by Zacharie, who is hidden in one of many rooms in one of the many hallways of Zone 3 Area 4. And the only way to get him to tell you is for you to get a Music Box. And the only way to get the Music Box is to find and defeat the BossInMookClothing - who puts up a very long and tedious fight mainly due to its DamageSpongeBoss nature - who is ''also'' hidden in one of the many rooms in one of the many hallways of Zone 3 Area 4. And even ''then'', you still need to find an extra sheet of paper that decodes part of the puzzle for you ([[SuspiciousVideoGameGenerosity although the game is kind enough to tell you that it's important]]). Yeah, that's pretty bad.
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bad. On top of which, at least one download for the English translation ''[[UnwinnableByMistake doesn't include the Read Me file.]]''



--> '''The Batter''': This block prevents access. Pfff.[[note]]Translated from the original French[[/note]]

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--> '''The Batter''': Batter:''' This block prevents access. Pfff.[[note]]Translated from the original French[[/note]]



* JumpScare
** Due to the loud and sudden pre-battle noise, nearly every single random encounter could count as this. The Secretary encounters in the [[spoiler:purified Zones]] in particular feel like this, due to the Zones' barren nature and how low the encounter rate is.
*** Which does pose some questions: how does a ''giant flying sky whale'' manage to sneak up on you?

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* JumpScare
JumpScare:
** Due to the loud and sudden pre-battle noise, nearly every single random encounter could count as this. The Secretary encounters in the [[spoiler:purified Zones]] in particular feel like this, due to the Zones' barren nature and how low the encounter rate is.
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is. Which does pose some questions: how does a ''giant flying sky whale'' manage to sneak up on you?



* LostForever: Many items and events if you don't manage to get them all before purifying the respective zones.



* MusicalSpoiler

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* MusicalSpoilerMusicalSpoiler:



* NothingIsScarier

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* NothingIsScarierNothingIsScarier:



--->'''Elsen:''' This... This is not a serious injury... I'm sure... [[spoiler:(Then he dies.)]]

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--->'''Elsen:''' -->'''Elsen:''' This... This is not a serious injury... I'm sure... [[spoiler:(Then he dies.)]]



* PaperThinDisguise

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* PaperThinDisguisePaperThinDisguise:



* PermanentlyMissableContent: Many items and events if you don't manage to get them all before purifying the respective zones.



* RandomEncounters: Fortunately, the auto-battle function is helpful in dealing with them.
** Some areas use PreexistingEncounters instead, however, most notably Area 4 of Zone 3.

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* RandomEncounters: Fortunately, the auto-battle function is helpful in dealing with them.
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them. Some areas use PreexistingEncounters instead, however, most notably Area 4 of Zone 3.



* SoundtrackDissonance: Judy Garland's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XulvnXo6BJk "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"]] plays during credits [[spoiler: after the bleak Batter or Judge endings]].

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* SoundtrackDissonance: Judy Garland's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XulvnXo6BJk "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"]] plays during credits [[spoiler: after [[spoiler:after the bleak Batter or Judge endings]].



** [[UpToEleven The Game]].



* UniqueEnemy: Due to how the area is designed, it's very rare that you'll find players who have fought the Arpagon enemies in the "Flesh Maze" in Zone 1. [[spoiler: The Bears]] in The Room are a more straight example.
** [[spoiler: The Secretaries]] also fit this trope, since [[spoiler: you have to have the urge to even return to the Zone in the first place]] just to see them, and they have an incredibly low encounter rate. Not that that's hard if you're trying to go for the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ashley Bat]]/[[PlotCoupon Aries Card]].

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* UniqueEnemy: UniqueEnemy:
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Due to how the area is designed, it's very rare that you'll find players who have fought the Arpagon enemies in the "Flesh Maze" in Zone 1. [[spoiler: The Bears]] in The Room are a more straight example.
** [[spoiler: The Secretaries]] also fit this trope, [[spoiler:The Secretaries]], since [[spoiler: you [[spoiler:you have to have the urge to even return to the Zone in the first place]] just to see them, and they have an incredibly low encounter rate. Not that that's hard if you're trying to go for the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ashley Bat]]/[[PlotCoupon Aries Card]].



* [[spoiler: VillainProtagonist: The Batter.]]

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* [[spoiler: VillainProtagonist: The [[spoiler:The Batter.]]



* WhamEpisode

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* WhamEpisodeWhamEpisode:



* WhamLine

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* WhamLineWhamLine:
9th Jan '17 1:19:09 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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** The joke ending involving the space apes is a nod to the similarly nonsensical "UFO endings" of ''VideoGame/SilentHill'' fame.

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** The joke ending involving the space apes is a nod to the similarly nonsensical "UFO endings" of ''VideoGame/SilentHill'' ''Franchise/SilentHill'' fame.
17th Dec '16 2:17:13 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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** The Pastel Burnt has more health than any other enemy in the game, at 99,999 HP. And if you want the best defensive equipment for the Add-Ons you're going to have to fight it.
4th Nov '16 4:38:27 PM ThePest179
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* TheSociopath: The Batter. He has little to no displayed emotions, [[spoiler:and willingly destroys the entire world at the end of the game, if you allow it.]]
29th Sep '16 11:21:46 AM Monolaf317
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Compare and contrast other indie [=RPGs=] with a ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER}}'' flavor: ''VideoGame/{{Lisa}}'', ''Videogame/{{Ib}}'', ''Videogame/{{Anodyne}}'', ''{{VideoGame/SpaceFuneral}}'', and ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}''. Contrast ''VideoGame/CitizensOfEarth''.

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Compare and contrast other indie [=RPGs=] with a ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER}}'' flavor: ''VideoGame/{{Lisa}}'', ''Videogame/{{Ib}}'', ''Videogame/{{Anodyne}}'', ''{{VideoGame/SpaceFuneral}}'', ''VideoGame/SpaceFuneral'', and ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}''. Contrast ''VideoGame/CitizensOfEarth''.
23rd Sep '16 6:42:59 AM Eon-the-Dragon
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* FreeSamplePlotCoupon: The cards required to get to advance the plot count, since most of them are gotten after boss fights. [[spoiler: The Grand Brachial and Grand Chocolatier]] also count, since the former is purchased from Zacherie [[spoiler: while the latter is gotten by beating BonusBoss Sugar]], while the others are gotten by [[spoiler: revisiting the now-purified Zones, which have some extreme layout changes and are now infested with Secretaries.]]

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* FreeSamplePlotCoupon: The cards required to get to advance the plot count, since most of them are gotten after boss fights. [[spoiler: The Grand Brachial and Grand Chocolatier]] also count, since the former is purchased from Zacherie [[spoiler: while and the latter is gotten by beating BonusBoss Sugar]], while the others are gotten by [[spoiler: revisiting the now-purified Zones, which have some extreme layout changes and are now infested with Secretaries.]]
23rd Sep '16 6:40:29 AM Eon-the-Dragon
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* FreeSamplePlotCoupon: The cards required to get to advance the plot count, since most of them are gotten after boss fights. [[spoiler: The Grand Brachial and Grand Chocolatier]] also count, since the former is purchased from Zacherie [[spoiler: while the latter is gotten by beating BonusBoss Sugar]], while the others are gotten by [[spoiler: revisiting the now-purified Zones, which have some extreme layout changes and are now infested with Secretaries.]]
23rd Sep '16 6:31:14 AM Eon-the-Dragon
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* UniqueEnemy: Due to how the area is designed, it's very rare that you'll find players who have fought the Arpagon enemies in the "Flesh Maze" in Zone 1. [[spoiler: The Bears]] in The Room are a more straight example.
** [[spoiler: The Secretaries]] also fit this trope, since [[spoiler: you have to have the urge to even return to the Zone in the first place]] just to see them, and they have an incredibly low encounter rate. Not that that's hard if you're trying to go for the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ashley Bat]]/[[PlotCoupon Aries Card]].
13th Aug '16 9:44:56 AM Eon-the-Dragon
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** The actual level cap is 50.

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** The actual level cap is 50.50, but it's possible to beat the game around Level 15-16.
13th Aug '16 9:43:01 AM Eon-the-Dragon
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** The actual level cap is 50.
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