History VideoGame / PhantomBrave

4th Mar '16 7:28:46 AM Slammurai
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** Fox, [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Puppeteer of the Dead]] is a more traditional necromancer and can summon his own army.
* BackForTheFinale: Pretty much everyone you ever meet comes back to either [[BigDamnHeroes help Marona directly]] or offer support. Even the Zombie Milon from Forestia, who you probably forgot as soon as the Episode was over, sends in an inspirational letter.
2nd Jan '16 2:40:56 AM morenohijazo
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* NaiveAnimalLover: Canary creates a ''monster'' rights group called "Human Activists for Rare Monsters". [[FunWithAcronyms Its acronym]] is also what the average monster wants to do to Canary.
28th Sep '15 2:08:07 PM Gouken20xx
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*** ...which doesn't stop her cameoing in Disgaea games.
26th Aug '15 6:23:14 AM Ominae
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* {{Cap}}: Newly created characters have an initial cap of 100 levels...but it's a NipponIchi game, so you better believe you can fix that.

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* {{Cap}}: Newly created characters have an initial cap of 100 levels...but it's a NipponIchi Nippon Ichi game, so you better believe you can fix that.
19th Jun '15 2:28:07 PM Prfnoff
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* AllThereInTheManual: Why on Earth did [[spoiler:Sulphur come back as a bonus boss?]] Well, the game itself implies that it's AsLongAsThereIsEvil, however [[spoiler:meeting a certain BonusBoss in ''SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' reveals that the dimension-crossing ghost witch Lujei from ''VideoGame/GrimGrimoire'' sent him back for giggles. So chances are he's just plain dead now. Which makes the overly complicated in-story plan to get rid of him rather tragic; since it resulted in a couple of HeroicSacrifice. Although Lujei did heal Walnut for giggles too.]]

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* AllThereInTheManual: Why on Earth did [[spoiler:Sulphur come back as a bonus boss?]] Well, the game itself implies that it's AsLongAsThereIsEvil, however [[spoiler:meeting a certain BonusBoss in ''SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' ''VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' reveals that the dimension-crossing ghost witch Lujei from ''VideoGame/GrimGrimoire'' sent him back for giggles. So chances are he's just plain dead now. Which makes the overly complicated in-story plan to get rid of him rather tragic; since it resulted in a couple of HeroicSacrifice. Although Lujei did heal Walnut for giggles too.]]



** Castille: [[spoiler:trapped in ''{{Makai Kingdom}}'']] as a servant [[spoiler: of Zetta]] after a [[spoiler: failed attempt to find Walnut's soul.]]
** Walnut: [[spoiler:Was not dead during the above search, but transported to the ''SoulNomad'' universe. Dies]] in most of the story paths, so possibly[[spoiler: dead now.]] Though it is worth noting that the endings of the main path seem only to differ mostly on what the main character is up to (and many of the endings are referenced in other ones), so he may[[spoiler: be alive at the end of the main story no matter the ending. The Demon and Median paths on the other hand...]]

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** Castille: [[spoiler:trapped in ''{{Makai Kingdom}}'']] ''VideoGame/MakaiKingdom'']] as a servant [[spoiler: of Zetta]] after a [[spoiler: failed attempt to find Walnut's soul.]]
** Walnut: [[spoiler:Was not dead during the above search, but transported to the ''SoulNomad'' ''VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' universe. Dies]] in most of the story paths, so possibly[[spoiler: dead now.]] Though it is worth noting that the endings of the main path seem only to differ mostly on what the main character is up to (and many of the endings are referenced in other ones), so he may[[spoiler: be alive at the end of the main story no matter the ending. The Demon and Median paths on the other hand...]]
4th Mar '15 7:09:52 AM ViperAcidZX
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** This is due to one of the translators being OneOfUs, posting frequently on the Webcomic/PennyArcade forums (and, one suspects, Website/FourChan).
** The [[spoiler:Snakish Sword]], which can be acquired only by doing something most people wouldn't think to do [[spoiler:during the one-time-ever tutorial]].

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** This is due to one of the translators being OneOfUs, posting frequently on the Webcomic/PennyArcade forums (and, one suspects, Website/FourChan).
** The [[spoiler:Snakish Sword]], Snakish Sword, which can be acquired only by doing something most people wouldn't think to do [[spoiler:during during the one-time-ever tutorial]].tutorial.
3rd Mar '15 3:02:57 PM ViperAcidZX
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A turn-based strategy game from NipponIchi, creators of ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' and ''LaPucelle'' for the Playstation 2.

When Marona was a child, her parents and their employee Ash were killed by demons. In desperation they used their magic and a plea to God to turn Ash into a Phantom, a type of ghost caught between Life and Death, to protect Marona as she grew up.

Like her parents, Marona is a Chroma; she is able to summon the spirits of the dead and give them temporary physical forms by possessing inanimate objects. For this, the people in Marona's world think of her as [[BullyingADragon The Possessed One who can kill them all]], so naturally [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer they go out of their way to insult and belittle her.]]

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A turn-based strategy game from NipponIchi, Creator/NipponIchi, creators of ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' and ''LaPucelle'' ''VideoGame/LaPucelle'' for the Playstation 2.

UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 2}}.

When Marona was a child, her parents and their employee Ash were killed by demons. In desperation they used their magic and a plea to God to turn Ash into a Phantom, a type of ghost caught between Life and Death, to protect Marona as she grew up.

up. Like her parents, Marona is a Chroma; she is able to summon the spirits of the dead and give them temporary physical forms by possessing inanimate objects. For this, the people in Marona's world think of her as [[BullyingADragon The Possessed One who can kill them all]], so naturally [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer they go out of their way to insult and belittle her.]]
her]].



{{Updated Rerelease}}s were released for the {{Wii}} titled ''We Meet Again'', with a new chapter called "Another Marona" and some new characters as well as a bonus art disc, for the collector's edition savvy, and for {{PSP}} titled ''Heroes of the Hermuda Triangle'', as well as an {{MMORPG}}, ''Phantom Brave Online''.

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{{Updated Rerelease}}s re|release}}-releases were released for the {{Wii}} UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} titled ''We Meet Again'', with a new chapter called "Another Marona" and some new characters as well as a bonus art disc, for the collector's edition Collector's Edition savvy, and for {{PSP}} the UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable titled ''Heroes of the ''The Hermuda Triangle'', as well as an {{MMORPG}}, ''Phantom Brave Online''.Online''.



* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Yes, they're that bad. Unlike many examples, though, they do [[spoiler: eventually realize that Marona is their only hope for survival and that they should be nice to her, though. The fact that she eventually makes friends with an anthropomorphic shark in a Hawaiian T-Shirt who decides to beat up anyone who badmouths her helps.]]

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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Yes, they're that bad. Unlike many examples, though, they do [[spoiler: eventually [[spoiler:eventually realize that Marona is their only hope for survival and that they should be nice to her, though. The fact that she eventually makes friends with an anthropomorphic shark in a Hawaiian T-Shirt who decides to beat up anyone who badmouths her helps.]]



** AND the [[spoiler: [[{{ZHP}} Unlosing Ranger]].]]
* AndThenJohnWasAZombie: Averted. [[spoiler: After Sulphur kills her lover, Scarlet goes to the Netherworld to kill demons until she awakens her power. Marona and crew TimeTravel back to prevent her from becoming a demon; but Scarlet still gains the Burgandy power.]]
** For that matter, Marona is one of the few NipponIchi heroes who ''hasn't'' turned into a demon.

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** AND the [[spoiler: [[{{ZHP}} [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/ZettaiHeroProject Unlosing Ranger]].]]
* AndThenJohnWasAZombie: Averted. [[spoiler: After [[spoiler:After Sulphur kills her lover, Scarlet goes to the Netherworld to kill demons until she awakens her power. Marona and crew TimeTravel back to prevent her from becoming a demon; but Scarlet still gains the Burgandy power.]]
** For that matter, Marona is one of the few NipponIchi Nippon Ichi heroes who ''hasn't'' turned into a demon.



* BadassLongcoat: Walnut.

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* BadassLongcoat: Walnut.Walnut sports one.



* BadPowersGoodPeople: Marona is the most kind-hearted {{necromancer}} ever. It's [[TearJerker heartbreaking]] that she has the AllOfTheOtherReindeer treatment.

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* BadPowersGoodPeople: Marona is the most kind-hearted {{necromancer}} ever. It's [[TearJerker heartbreaking]] that ever, yet she has the AllOfTheOtherReindeer treatment.gets ridiculed by many people she tries to help.



* BigBrotherInstinct: Ash and [[spoiler:Walnut]].

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* BigBrotherInstinct: Ash and [[spoiler:Walnut]].



** In a mild subversion of the norm, [[spoiler: Baal is ''not'' the final BonusBoss and you can, in fact, recruit him. The ''true'' final BonusBoss is MythologyGag Pringer X.]]

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** In a mild subversion of the norm, [[spoiler: Baal [[spoiler:Baal is ''not'' the final BonusBoss and you can, in fact, recruit him. The ''true'' final BonusBoss is MythologyGag Pringer X.]]



** The PSP remake (of the Wii remake) adds in [[spoiler:[[MakaiKingdom Zetta]], Castille reusing the sprite from her MakaiKingdom character, [[VideoGame/PrinnyCanIReallyBeTheHero the Hero Prinny]], and the [[ZettaiHeroKaizouKeikaku Unlosing Ranger]].]] [[spoiler: And Asagi, natch.]]

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** The Wii re-release and its PSP remake (of the Wii remake) port adds in [[spoiler:[[MakaiKingdom [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/MakaiKingdom Zetta]], Castille reusing the sprite from her MakaiKingdom ''Makai Kingdom'' character, [[VideoGame/PrinnyCanIReallyBeTheHero the Hero Prinny]], and the [[ZettaiHeroKaizouKeikaku Unlosing Ranger]].]] [[spoiler: And Asagi, natch.Ranger, and Asagi as well.]]



* BreakingTheFourthWall: If you create any humanoid who doesn't do a specific task and talk to them, they may randomly say how awesome a Phantom Brave Anime would be.
* BreakTheCutie: Marona shows hints of this as the story progresses, [[spoiler: but it never goes further than that.]]
** [[spoiler: At least, not in this game.]]
*** In the Wii and PSP versions, [[spoiler: [[AnotherSideAnotherStory Another Marona]] takes Marona not having Ash around to its logical conclusion.]]

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: If you create any humanoid who doesn't do a specific task and talk to them, they may randomly say how awesome a Phantom Brave Anime ''Phantom Brave'' anime would be.
* BreakTheCutie: Marona shows hints of this as the story progresses, [[spoiler: but [[spoiler:but it never goes further than that.]]
that]].
** [[spoiler: At least, not in this game.]]
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In the Wii and PSP versions, [[spoiler: [[AnotherSideAnotherStory Another Marona]] takes Marona not having Ash around to its logical conclusion.]]



* CatchPhrase: Ash's pre-battle taunt: "[[InTheNameOfTheMoon You'll go no further! For her sake, I will not fail!]]" Also, see InTheNameOfTheMoon below. And don't forget Marona's mantra of "Kitto itsuka," "One day..."

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* CatchPhrase: Ash's pre-battle taunt: "[[InTheNameOfTheMoon You'll go no further! For her sake, I will not fail!]]" Also, see InTheNameOfTheMoon below. And don't forget There's also Marona's mantra of "Kitto itsuka," "One day..."



*** Subverted under "Protection" (which had you skipped the tutorial, you might miss). It seems though that virtually every enemy has this when attacked by most of the party besides the healer and Ash though.

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*** ** Subverted under "Protection" (which had you skipped the tutorial, you might miss). It seems though that virtually every enemy has this when attacked by most of the party besides the healer and Ash though.



** This can also happen on the maps themselves. Marona herself is immune from souldeath.
* DeathEqualsRedemption: [[spoiler: "I am Sprout, master of the Sacred Sword. In death, I have reclaimed my honor."]] Doubles as a HeroicSacrifice.

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** This can also happen on the maps themselves. Marona herself is immune from souldeath.
soul death.
* DeathEqualsRedemption: [[spoiler: "I [[spoiler:"I am Sprout, master of the Sacred Sword. In death, I have reclaimed my honor."]] Doubles as a HeroicSacrifice.



* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler: Bijou, though he gets better.]]

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* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler: Bijou, [[spoiler:Bijou, though he gets better.]]



* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Most of the {{Bonus Boss}}es. Especially [[spoiler: Sulphur, who suddenly just returns out of nowhere at full power, and the only option Marona and Ash have is to just kill it.]]

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* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Most of the {{Bonus Boss}}es. {{bonus boss}}es. Especially [[spoiler: Sulphur, [[spoiler:Sulphur, who suddenly just returns out of nowhere at full power, and the only option Marona and Ash have is to just kill it.]]it]].



** You know Solemn Vow, that passive skill that doubles Ash's Attack and Intelligence on his final turn? In the Japanese version, its name is Eccarlate and the description also add that it's the Water Dragon's power. Of course his DLC appearince in VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten changed it back to Eccarlate.

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** You know Solemn Vow, that passive skill that doubles Ash's Attack and Intelligence on his final turn? In the Japanese version, its name is Eccarlate and the description also add that it's the Water Dragon's power. Of course his His DLC appearince in VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten ''VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten'' changed it back to Eccarlate.



** The [[spoiler: Snakish Sword]], which can be acquired only by doing something most people wouldn't think to do [[spoiler: during the one-time-ever tutorial]].

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** The [[spoiler: Snakish [[spoiler:Snakish Sword]], which can be acquired only by doing something most people wouldn't think to do [[spoiler: during [[spoiler:during the one-time-ever tutorial]].



* {{Expy}}: The Mystic class looks exactly like Noir from ''LaPucelle''.
* FakeUltimateMook: The Manticore and Dragon Classes. The Manticore looks like a huge, fiery lion and the Dragon is, well, a dragon. But then, if you look at their stats, the Manticore cannot use any skills well at all other than physical magic (and it isn't even great at that), and the Dragon, while it's good, can only stay around for two turns before vanishing. (The maximum amount is 8 - most stay around for at least 4.)
** The Dragon and the slime both seem intended to be meatshields instead, actually. It just so happens the dragon can also attack, trading some of the defense for offense. Of course, considering that any stat can be your 'main attack stat,' it's better to confine the soldier's skill that lets him hang around longer to the slime so IT gets two turns as well, and then just give it a pillar/devil rock as a weapon. May even be necessary to level Marona later, depending on your chosen technique.
* TheFairFolk: Putties. [[spoiler: It is later learned that they are not nearly as inhuman as most people think.]]

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* {{Expy}}: The Mystic class looks exactly like Noir from ''LaPucelle''.
''La Pucelle''.
* FakeUltimateMook: The Manticore and Dragon Classes. The Manticore looks like a huge, fiery lion and the Dragon is, well, a dragon. But then, if you look at their stats, the Manticore cannot use any skills well at all other than physical magic (and it isn't even great at that), and the Dragon, while it's good, can only stay around for two turns before vanishing. (The maximum amount is 8 - -- most stay around for at least 4.)
** The Dragon and the slime both seem intended to be meatshields instead, actually. It just so happens the dragon can also attack, trading some of the defense for offense. Of course, considering that any stat can be your 'main attack stat,' it's better to confine the soldier's skill that lets him hang around longer to the slime so IT gets two turns as well, and then just give it a pillar/devil rock as a weapon. May even be necessary to level Marona later, depending on your chosen technique.
* TheFairFolk: Putties. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It is later learned that they are not nearly as inhuman as most people think.]]



** Or at least, he will be when [[spoiler: Carona finds her Sprout who can destroy the Magenta Core; since the Sulphur in all the AlternateUniverse is the same one; projected from the Core.]]
* FreeRotatingCamera

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** Or at least, he will be when [[spoiler: Carona [[spoiler:Carona finds her Sprout who can destroy the Magenta Core; since the Sulphur in all the AlternateUniverse is the same one; projected from the Core.]]
* FreeRotatingCameraFreeRotatingCamera: You can press the shoulder buttons to rotate the camera around in case you need a better view of your surroundings.



** Of course let's not forget the slight tidbit that [[AntiGrinding it costs Bordeaux (The universe's currency) to create Phantoms during gameplay,]] despite it being established by the plot that Marona is able to create them on her own whenever she wants to. For free, no less.
** During cut scenes, Ash can occasionally take on a physical form without the need for Marona to confine him (Often when he's protecting Marona or in front of friends). During gameplay, he's like every other phantom and requires Marona to confine him.
*** Also, we only ever see Ash referred to as Marona's Phantom; not the army of PlayerMooks that Marona is capable of summoning in gameplay.

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** Of course let's not forget the The slight tidbit that [[AntiGrinding it costs Bordeaux (The (the universe's currency) to create Phantoms during gameplay,]] gameplay]], despite it being established by the plot that Marona is able to create them on her own whenever she wants to. For free, no less.
** During cut scenes, cut-scenes, Ash can occasionally take on a physical form without the need for Marona to confine him (Often (often when he's protecting Marona or in front of friends). During gameplay, he's like every other phantom and requires Marona to confine him. \n*** Also, we only ever see Ash referred to as Marona's Phantom; not the army of PlayerMooks that Marona is capable of summoning in gameplay.



* GrievousHarmWithABody: Body Swing - "The weapon's a man, man!"

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* GrievousHarmWithABody: Body Swing - -- "The weapon's a man, man!"



* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Both Walnut and Sprout.]]
* IdiotHair: Marona.
* IllGirl: Castille.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: ''Everyone.''

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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Both [[spoiler:Both Walnut and Sprout.]]
* IdiotHair: Marona.
Marona, fitting her naive nature.
* IllGirl: Castille.
Castille. She's very ill and paralyzed from the waist down.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: ''Everyone.'''' There's no almost limited to what anybody can use. Rocks, trees, cacti, their allies, and even their enemies can be used as weapon.



* ItemCrafting: ''[[FridgeHorror With]]'' ''[[SoulJar souls]]''.

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* ItemCrafting: ''[[FridgeHorror With]]'' ''[[SoulJar souls]]''.''With'' ''{{soul|Jar}}s''.



** Also, with fusion, combining an object with the Failure title with an object with a much better title gives a much higher stat boost than if you combined two objects with the much better title (though this requires the final step of swapping out the Failure title with the much better title after fusion.)
*** To clarify: If an item is fused with an item with greater stats, the first item gains an increase proportional to the difference. The Failure title reduces all stats by 80%, thus making the difference much greater. After you're done fusing, removing the Failure title will remove the 80% reduction and boost all stats five-fold (or more if you put in a superior title).
* LittlestCancerPatient: Castille.

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** Also, with fusion, combining an object with the Failure title with an object with a much better title gives a much higher stat boost than if you combined two objects with the much better title (though this requires the final step of swapping out the Failure title with the much better title after fusion.)
*** To clarify:
fusion). If an item is fused with an item with greater stats, the first item gains an increase proportional to the difference. The Failure title reduces all stats by 80%, thus making the difference much greater. After you're done fusing, removing the Failure title will remove the 80% reduction and boost all stats five-fold (or more if you put in a superior title).
* LittlestCancerPatient: Castille. She's a sweet, yet very ill girl.



*** Of course, you don't need it. In fact, it is not very useful. All it really does is have a Snake Beater tech that's relatively good at the beginning of the game but is later outclassed. Actually, the fact that there is only one of it ''lessens'' its usefulness, as even if you fuse it to a better weapon, you can only ever have one unit who can use Snake Beater



** Somewhat subverted due to the Bonus Point system but; quite a few of the game's "helper" classes that assist you in Phantom Isle (Merchant, Dungeon Monk; to name a few) tend to suck when used in battle. The Merchant's speed is her only statistically redeeming quality while the [[JokeCharacter Old Man and Granny's]] combat stats (what little there are) actually work against what little Skill specialties they have. The Dungeon Monk's main use is his "Return" ability to get out of Random Dungeons, and even then, you can simply fuse the ability to Marona.
* MeaningfulName: There's a purple Scrabbit named "Murasaki" - Japanese for "purple". [[spoiler: Also, the two characters who absolutely hate Marona the most are nuts - Filbert and Walnut.]]

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** Somewhat subverted due to the Bonus Point system but; quite a few of the game's "helper" classes that assist you in Phantom Isle (Merchant, (such as the Merchant and Dungeon Monk; to name a few) Monk) tend to suck when used in battle. The Merchant's speed is her only statistically redeeming quality while the [[JokeCharacter Old Man and Granny's]] combat stats (what little there are) actually work against what little Skill specialties they have. The Dungeon Monk's main use is his "Return" ability to get out of Random Dungeons, and even then, you can simply fuse the ability to Marona.
* MeaningfulName: There's a purple Scrabbit named "Murasaki" - Japanese for "purple". [[spoiler: Also, [[spoiler:Also, the two characters who absolutely hate Marona the most are nuts - -- Filbert and Walnut.]]



* PlayingWithFire: [[spoiler: Walnut and Scarlet the Brave have the power to light their ''souls'' on fire.]]

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* PlayingWithFire: [[spoiler: Walnut [[spoiler:Walnut and Scarlet the Brave have the power to light their ''souls'' on fire.]]



* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler: Storyline plot on how Sulphur is beaten. First Sprout attempted to absorb it and then killed himself, then the heroes fought it, then Walnut uses up his life force to pull himself and Sulphur into a portal into the abyss between worlds.]]

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* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler: Storyline [[spoiler:Storyline plot on how Sulphur is beaten. First Sprout attempted to absorb it and then killed himself, then the heroes fought it, then Walnut uses up his life force to pull himself and Sulphur into a portal into the abyss between worlds.]]



* ShoutOut: One foe begins the fight with "[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight Enough talk, have at you!]]" while another uses [[{{Pokemon}} "Kazan Monsters, I choose you!"]]. Also, a random name for Owl units is Orly.
** One of the random things a resident Phantom will say is, [[LinkinPark "I've tried so hard, and got so far..."]]

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* ShoutOut: One foe begins the fight with "[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight Enough talk, have at you!]]" while another uses [[{{Pokemon}} [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} "Kazan Monsters, I choose you!"]]. Also, a random name for Owl units is Orly.
** One of the random things a resident Phantom will say is, [[LinkinPark [[Music/LinkinPark "I've tried so hard, and got so far..."]]



* [[TalkingToHimself Talking to Herself]]: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]. While [[spoiler: Flonne]] and Marona are voiced by the same actress and they do talk to each other, those are the only scenes that are not voiced.



* VisualInitiativeQueue

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* VisualInitiativeQueueVisualInitiativeQueue: On the upper-right hand corner of the battle screen.



!!''We Meet Again'' and ''Another Marona'' has examples of:

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!!''We Meet Again'' and ''Another Marona'' ''The Hermuda Triangle'' has examples of:



* DumbMuscle: [[spoiler: The side of Sprout you see when he's not [[HeWhoFightsMonsters running around trying to kill Sulphur and his minions]]]]

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* DumbMuscle: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The side of Sprout you see when he's not [[HeWhoFightsMonsters running around trying to kill Sulphur and his minions]]]]



* EverybodysDeadDave: [[spoiler: Subversion: ''Everybody'' dies from Marona's world, including Marona herself.]]

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* EverybodysDeadDave: [[spoiler: Subversion: [[spoiler:Subversion: ''Everybody'' dies from Marona's world, including Marona herself.]]



* {{Flanderization}}: [[spoiler: Sprout, whose primary trait goes from BadassGrandpa to DumbMuscle. In the primary story the latter is just barely visible.]]

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* {{Flanderization}}: [[spoiler: Sprout, [[spoiler:Sprout, whose primary trait goes from BadassGrandpa to DumbMuscle. In the primary story the latter is just barely visible.]]



* LoveRedeems: [[spoiler: Carona, at the end of the story, practically loses her AntiHero tendencies due to her friendship with Marona and Ash.]]
* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler: An interdimensional diabolist named "The Merchant Of Death" controls Sulphur with an evil artifact called the Magenta Core]].
* OmnicidalManiac: [[spoiler: The Merchant of Death doesn't care how many worlds he kills, as long as he gets another weapon to add to his growing collection.]]

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* LoveRedeems: [[spoiler: Carona, [[spoiler:Carona, at the end of the story, practically loses her AntiHero tendencies due to her friendship with Marona and Ash.]]
* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler: An [[spoiler:An interdimensional diabolist named "The Merchant Of Death" controls Sulphur with an evil artifact called the Magenta Core]].
* OmnicidalManiac: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Merchant of Death doesn't care how many worlds he kills, as long as he gets another weapon to add to his growing collection.]]



* NewGamePlus: A new addition to the Wii version, characters from ''Another Marona'' can be carried over to the main storyline and vice versa. Of course, their affect on the actual plot is [[GameplayAndStorySegregation nil.]]
* NoOntologicalInertia: [[spoiler: The Merchant of Death's curse that killed everyone on the planet is removed if he wills it or on his death.]]
* SoulJar: The Magenta Core
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Carona
* SuperTitle64Advance: Played straight with the Japanese title of the game, which is simply ''Phantom Brave Wii''.
* ThrowTheDogABone: [[spoiler: After Carona goes home; back to her lonely island; she gets a letter from Castille's father asking for help; implying that she will be befriended by Castille in her world as well.]]

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* NewGamePlus: A new addition to the Wii and PSP version, characters from ''Another Marona'' can be carried over to the main storyline and vice versa. Of course, their affect on the actual plot is [[GameplayAndStorySegregation nil.]]
* NoOntologicalInertia: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Merchant of Death's curse that killed everyone on the planet is removed if he wills it or on his death.]]
* SoulJar: The Magenta Core
Core.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Carona
Carona.
* SuperTitle64Advance: Played straight with the Japanese title of the game, which is simply ''Phantom Brave Wii''.
Wii'' and ''Phantom Brave Portable''.
* ThrowTheDogABone: [[spoiler: After [[spoiler:After Carona goes home; back to her lonely island; she gets a letter from Castille's father asking for help; implying that she will be befriended by Castille in her world as well.]]



* UpdatedRerelease: ''We Meet Again'' features updated graphics with remastered levels and backgrounds, adds a new "Another Marona" chapter to the game, more items, and new recruitable characters. ''The Hermuda Triangle'' has all of the features of the Wii version along with more characters added to the game.



* XanatosGambit: [[spoiler: Carona is training Marona and crew to either kill the Merchant or else become his slaves; either way her Ivoire is saved. Marona convinces her to put more at risk.]]

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* XanatosGambit: [[spoiler: Carona [[spoiler:Carona is training Marona and crew to either kill the Merchant or else become his slaves; either way her Ivoire is saved. Marona convinces her to put more at risk.]]
5th Nov '14 9:51:28 PM Gamermaster
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* BadBadActing: Ash and Marona pretend to be defeated by Laharl in order to get him to leave them alone. Suffice to say, they're not at all very convincing... but Laharl is pretty gullible an buys it.

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* BadBadActing: Ash and Marona pretend to be defeated by Laharl in order to get him to leave them alone. Suffice to say, they're not at all very convincing... but Laharl is pretty gullible an and buys it.
23rd Sep '14 10:17:15 PM Gamermaster
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