History VideoGame / PoPoLoCrois

13th Jun '16 6:37:32 AM aquagon
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* [=PopoloCrois=] Story (PSX, 1996): First game in the PSX trilogy, telling Prince Pietro's story about his first adventure where he went to retrieve the Crown of Wisdom the GamiGami Devil had stolen from his father, as well as meeting his future friend the White Knight and his love interest Narcia. It ultimately becomes a quest to save Pietro's mother soul and stop an ancient evil from returning to the world and blanketing it in an eternal winter.
* [=PopoloCrois=] Story (Anime, 1998): An original story produced Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', and many of the anime series to ''Franchise/DotHack''. Taking place prior to PopoRogue, a mysterious girl called Hyu appears accompanied by two creatures after an accident with [=GamiGami's=] machines, her belonging to a long-lost race called the Wind Kind. While initially befriending Pietro, due to several circumstances she ends up siding with [=GamiGami=], stealing Pietro's powers and taking over [=PopoloCrois=], so Pietro departs in a journey to become stronger to take his kingdom back.

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* [=PopoloCrois=] Story (PSX, 1996): First game in the PSX trilogy, telling Prince Pietro's story about his first adventure where he went to retrieve the Crown of Wisdom the GamiGami [=GamiGami=] Devil had stolen from his father, as well as meeting his future friend the White Knight and his love interest Narcia. It ultimately becomes a quest to save Pietro's mother soul and stop an ancient evil from returning to the world and blanketing it in an eternal winter.
* [=PopoloCrois=] Story (Anime, 1998): An original story produced Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', and many of the anime series to ''Franchise/DotHack''. Taking place prior to PopoRogue, [=PopoRogue=], a mysterious girl called Hyu appears accompanied by two creatures after an accident with [=GamiGami's=] machines, her belonging to a long-lost race called the Wind Kind. While initially befriending Pietro, due to several circumstances she ends up siding with [=GamiGami=], stealing Pietro's powers and taking over [=PopoloCrois=], so Pietro departs in a journey to become stronger to take his kingdom back.



* [=PopoloCrois=] Story II (PSX, 2000): With its prologue being set after [=PopoRogue=] and its main story taking place three years after it, a Goddess has started wreaking havoc throughout the world in search for four ancient stone tablets that will allow her to remake the world however she wishes, and Pietro, now older and wiser, must team with his friends once again to PopoloCrois and the world from destruction.

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* [=PopoloCrois=] Story II (PSX, 2000): With its prologue being set after [=PopoRogue=] and its main story taking place three years after it, a Goddess has started wreaking havoc throughout the world in search for four ancient stone tablets that will allow her to remake the world however she wishes, and Pietro, now older and wiser, must team with his friends once again to PopoloCrois save [=PopoloCrois=] and the world from destruction.



** On that same order of ideas, the first anime series takes a lot of liberties with the characters' color schemes: Pietro also has greenish eyes instead of brown, Queen Sania has brown hair instead of reddish and her dress is mostly blue instead of red, King Paulo's coat is purple instead of green, Narcia's eyes are green instead of blue and GamiGami is missing the gauntlets on his hands.
* AnachronismStew: One half is a MedievalEuropeanFantasy... alongside ambiguously Roman areas (Which actually isn't ''too'' implausible)... alongside any area the Gami Gami Devil lives in with robots and ''modern-day-Japanese rooms''.

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** On that same order of ideas, the first anime series takes a lot of liberties with the characters' color schemes: Pietro also has greenish eyes instead of brown, Queen Sania has brown hair instead of reddish and her dress is mostly blue instead of red, King Paulo's coat is purple instead of green, Narcia's eyes are green instead of blue and GamiGami [=GamiGami=] is missing the gauntlets on his hands.
* AnachronismStew: One half is a MedievalEuropeanFantasy... alongside ambiguously Roman areas (Which actually isn't ''too'' implausible)... alongside any area the Gami Gami [=GamiGami=] Devil lives in with robots and ''modern-day-Japanese rooms''.



* EvilIsHammy: GamiGami. [[LargeHam "Otoko no ROMAAAAAN!!"]]

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* EvilIsHammy: GamiGami.[=GamiGami=]. [[LargeHam "Otoko no ROMAAAAAN!!"]]



** In the English version, the fact that GamiGami is obsessed with Narcia. That would really ''REALLY'' get a lot of eyebrows if this wasn't written in Japan.

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** In the English version, the fact that GamiGami [=GamiGami=] is obsessed with Narcia. That would really ''REALLY'' get a lot of eyebrows if this wasn't written in Japan.



* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: GamiGami Devil, White Knight.

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: GamiGami [=GamiGami=] Devil, White Knight.



* PickyEater: When GamiGami dresses Jilva as Narcia, some of his robots try to make her eat her vegetables, which Jilva doesn't like. As this is a Japanese trope, these vegetables that Jilva will not eat are, of course, carrots and green peppers.

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* PickyEater: When GamiGami [=GamiGami=] dresses Jilva as Narcia, some of his robots try to make her eat her vegetables, which Jilva doesn't like. As this is a Japanese trope, these vegetables that Jilva will not eat are, of course, carrots and green peppers.



* StalkerWithACrush: GamiGami to Narcia.

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* StalkerWithACrush: GamiGami [=GamiGami=] to Narcia.
12th Jun '16 10:43:36 PM aquagon
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* PopoloCrois Story Manga : Original manga published in 1978. It was finally compiled in three manga tomes.
* PopoloCrois Story Anime Pilot: An anime pilot that tells a story based on the manga. While it ultimately served as the basis for the first PSX game and the first chapter to the PSP version, it deviates largely from the manga, as well as the games also having some large deviations from it.
* PopoloCrois Story (PSX, 1996): First game in the PSX trilogy, telling Prince Pietro's story about his first adventure where he went to retrieve the Crown of Wisdom the GamiGami Devil had stolen from his father, as well as meeting his future friend the White Knight and his love interest Narcia. It ultimately becomes a quest to save Pietro's mother soul and stop an ancient evil from returning to the world and blanketing it in an eternal winter.
* PopoloCrois Story (Anime, 1998): An original story produced Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', and many of the anime series to ''Franchise/DotHack''. Taking place prior to PopoRogue, a mysterious girl called Hyu appears accompanied by two creatures after an accident with GamiGami's machines, her belonging to a long-lost race called the Wind Kind. While initially befriending Pietro, due to several circumstances she ends up siding with GamiGami, stealing Pietro's powers and taking over PopoloCrois, so Pietro departs in a journey to become stronger to take his kingdom back.
* PopoRogue (PSX, 1998): Second game in the PSX trilogy, taking place two years after the original PopoloCrois Story. The Kingdom of PopoloCrois and part of its surrounding lands were mysteriously whisked off to another world, so a search party leaves to castle to investigate, but ultimately only two of its members return. So Pietro ventures again to search for the missing members, but ends up getting wrapped up in solving the mystery of how PopoloCrois came to that world, searching also for his father, King Paulo who left the castle under unclear circumstances, and getting his kingdom back to its proper place.
* PopoloCrois Story II (PSX, 2000): With its prologue being set after PopoRogue and its main story taking place three years after it, a Goddess has started wreaking havoc throughout the world in search for four ancient stone tablets that will allow her to remake the world however she wishes, and Pietro, now older and wiser, must team with his friends once again to PopoloCrois and the world from destruction.
* PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken ([=PS2=], 2002): Taking place fifteen years after PopoloCrois Story II and featuring Pietro and Narcia's son Pinon as the protagonist, this game also marked the jump to 3D for the series. After the elements start acting strangely, Pinon ventures into an old shrine located near the castle looking for adventure, but upon getting attacked by a monster, his powers awaken and he meets a strange creature called Papuu. He also meets a mysterious girl called Luna and a rowdy boy called Marco, and them three end up joining together to finding out why the elements are out of control and what is the cause for the darkness that threatens to envelop PopoloCrois.
* PopoloCrois (Anime, 2003): An anime series that serves as an expanded retelling of PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken and PopoloCrois: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken, predating the latter's release by a few months. It was produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment, the studio behind WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures.
* PopoloCrois: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken ([=PS2=], 2003): A direct sequel to PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken that takes place a few months after it. After going to meet Luna once again, Pinon and Marco return to PopoloCrois to see it has turned into stone, and after hearing only a legendary relic called the Lunar Drop can undo the petrification, Pinon, Marco and Luna depart for the sea in the ship belonging to Pietro's younger sister, Elena to look for the Lunar Drop, not knowing this will also lead into awakening an ancient evil that is hellbent in leading the world to its destruction.
* PopoloCrois (PSP, 2005): A condensed adaptation of PopoloCrois Story and PopoloCrois Story II, which also includes an interlude to bridge both games. This is the only version released of these games outside Japan.
* PopoloCrois Story: Card Quest (Mobile, 2009): A card game RPG released for mobile phones in Japan.
* Popolocrois Story: Yume to Kizuna no Bouken (Browser, 2011): A social game developed for the entag! social network. Its service was terminated in June 2013.
* PopoloChronicle (light novel, 2015): A duo of light novels set several years into the past that follow the adventures of a boy called Marcosias. It also features King Paulo, Queen Sania and Esperanza, the younger brother of the Dragon King.
* Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale (3DS, 2016): Crossover with the Story of Seasons series, and first and so far only game in the series to see release in a Nintendo console. Taking place between PopoloCrois Monogatari II's prologue and main story, Pietro finds himself whisked off to another world called Galariland, and now he must find a way to go back to PopoloCrois, all while also tending to an abandoned farm he found and started using as his home away from home.

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* PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story Manga : Original manga published in 1978. It was finally compiled in three manga tomes.
* PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story Anime Pilot: An anime pilot that tells a story based on the manga. While it ultimately served as the basis for the first PSX game and the first chapter to the PSP version, it deviates largely from the manga, as well as the games also having some large deviations from it.
* PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story (PSX, 1996): First game in the PSX trilogy, telling Prince Pietro's story about his first adventure where he went to retrieve the Crown of Wisdom the GamiGami Devil had stolen from his father, as well as meeting his future friend the White Knight and his love interest Narcia. It ultimately becomes a quest to save Pietro's mother soul and stop an ancient evil from returning to the world and blanketing it in an eternal winter.
* PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story (Anime, 1998): An original story produced Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', and many of the anime series to ''Franchise/DotHack''. Taking place prior to PopoRogue, a mysterious girl called Hyu appears accompanied by two creatures after an accident with GamiGami's [=GamiGami's=] machines, her belonging to a long-lost race called the Wind Kind. While initially befriending Pietro, due to several circumstances she ends up siding with GamiGami, [=GamiGami=], stealing Pietro's powers and taking over PopoloCrois, [=PopoloCrois=], so Pietro departs in a journey to become stronger to take his kingdom back.
* PopoRogue [=PopoRogue=] (PSX, 1998): Second game in the PSX trilogy, taking place two years after the original PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story. The Kingdom of PopoloCrois and [=PopoloCrois=]and part of its surrounding lands were mysteriously whisked off to another world, so a search party leaves to castle to investigate, but ultimately only two of its members return. So Pietro ventures again to search for the missing members, but ends up getting wrapped up in solving the mystery of how PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] came to that world, searching also for his father, King Paulo who left the castle under unclear circumstances, and getting his kingdom back to its proper place.
* PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story II (PSX, 2000): With its prologue being set after PopoRogue [=PopoRogue=] and its main story taking place three years after it, a Goddess has started wreaking havoc throughout the world in search for four ancient stone tablets that will allow her to remake the world however she wishes, and Pietro, now older and wiser, must team with his friends once again to PopoloCrois and the world from destruction.
* PopoloCrois: [=PopoloCrois=]: Hajimari no Bouken ([=PS2=], 2002): Taking place fifteen years after PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story II and featuring Pietro and Narcia's son Pinon as the protagonist, this game also marked the jump to 3D for the series. After the elements start acting strangely, Pinon ventures into an old shrine located near the castle looking for adventure, but upon getting attacked by a monster, his powers awaken and he meets a strange creature called Papuu. He also meets a mysterious girl called Luna and a rowdy boy called Marco, and them three end up joining together to finding out why the elements are out of control and what is the cause for the darkness that threatens to envelop PopoloCrois.
[=PopoloCrois=].
* PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] (Anime, 2003): An anime series that serves as an expanded retelling of PopoloCrois: [=PopoloCrois=]: Hajimari no Bouken and PopoloCrois: [=PopoloCrois=]: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken, predating the latter's release by a few months. It was produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment, the studio behind WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures.
* PopoloCrois: [=PopoloCrois=]: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken ([=PS2=], 2003): A direct sequel to PopoloCrois: [=PopoloCrois=]: Hajimari no Bouken that takes place a few months after it. After going to meet Luna once again, Pinon and Marco return to PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] to see it has turned into stone, and after hearing only a legendary relic called the Lunar Drop can undo the petrification, Pinon, Marco and Luna depart for the sea in the ship belonging to Pietro's younger sister, Elena to look for the Lunar Drop, not knowing this will also lead into awakening an ancient evil that is hellbent in leading the world to its destruction.
* PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] (PSP, 2005): A condensed adaptation of PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story and PopoloCrois Story [=PopoloCrois=]Story II, which also includes an interlude to bridge both games. This is the only version released of these games outside Japan.
* PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story: Card Quest (Mobile, 2009): A card game RPG released for mobile phones in Japan.
* Popolocrois [=PopoloCrois=] Story: Yume to Kizuna no Bouken (Browser, 2011): A social game developed for the entag! social network. Its service was terminated in June 2013.
* PopoloChronicle [=PopoloChronicle=] (light novel, 2015): A duo of light novels set several years into the past that follow the adventures of a boy called Marcosias. It also features King Paulo, Queen Sania and Esperanza, the younger brother of the Dragon King.
* Return to PopoloCrois: [=PopoloCrois=]: A Story of Seasons Fairytale (3DS, 2016): Crossover with the Story of Seasons series, and first and so far only game in the series to see release in a Nintendo console. Taking place between PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Monogatari II's prologue and main story, Pietro finds himself whisked off to another world called Galariland, and now he must find a way to go back to PopoloCrois, [=PopoloCrois=], all while also tending to an abandoned farm he found and started using as his home away from home.



!!''[=PoPoLoCrois=]'' provides examples of:

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!!''[=PoPoLoCrois=]'' !!''[=PopoloCrois=]'' provides examples of:



* AdaptationDistillation: The only game to receive an overseas release (The PSP Title) is a combined adaptation of the first and third Playstation games. Most of the first game's content is cut or compressed, but the story is expanded a little with a side-story set in between the two games included. On the other hand, the second game (PopoRogue) is completely disregarded excepting for some of its characters and monsters being included as summons.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The only game to receive an overseas release (The PSP Title) is a combined adaptation of the first and third Playstation games. Most of the first game's content is cut or compressed, but the story is expanded a little with a side-story set in between the two games included. On the other hand, the second game (PopoRogue) ([=PopoRogue=]) is completely disregarded excepting for some of its characters and monsters being included as summons.



* EvolvingWeapon: The Dragon Sword. Pietro's starting weapon and ''ultimate'' weapon. It can also be powered up further in some of the games by collecting Dragon Orbs
** Averted in PopoRogue and Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale, as the Dragon Sword lost its evolving properties in both games.

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* EvolvingWeapon: The Dragon Sword. Pietro's starting weapon and ''ultimate'' weapon. It can also be powered up further in some of the games by collecting Dragon Orbs
Orbs.
** Averted in PopoRogue [=PopoRogue=] and Return to PopoloCrois: [=PopoloCrois=]: A Story of Seasons Fairytale, as the Dragon Sword (renamed to Dragonlord's Blade in the latter) lost its evolving properties in both games.



** Kai is available as an alternate form to Narcia near the end for the original PopoloCrois Monogatari for PSX, but it's a hassle to use her because that requires Narcia to remain inactive for two whole turns (one for the transformation, and one in Stop status) due to the mechanics the transformation includes

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** Kai is available as an alternate form to Narcia near the end for the original PopoloCrois [=PopoloCrois=] Monogatari for PSX, but it's a hassle to use her because that requires Narcia to remain inactive for two whole turns (one for the transformation, and one in Stop status) due to the mechanics the transformation includesincludes.



* ThoseTwoGuys: Gon and Don. They're ''completely'' useless (excepting for PopoRogue, where they were included as bonus characters capable of equipping any weapons and armor, and learning all special skills).

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* ThoseTwoGuys: Gon and Don. They're ''completely'' useless (excepting for PopoRogue, [=PopoRogue=], where they were included as bonus characters capable of equipping any weapons and armor, and learning all special skills).
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* PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken (PS2, 2002): Taking place fifteen years after PopoloCrois Story II and featuring Pietro and Narcia's son Pinon as the protagonist, this game also marked the jump to 3D for the series. After the elements start acting strangely, Pinon ventures into an old shrine located near the castle looking for adventure, but upon getting attacked by a monster, his powers awaken and he meets a strange creature called Papuu. He also meets a mysterious girl called Luna and a rowdy boy called Marco, and them three end up joining together to finding out why the elements are out of control and what is the cause for the darkness that threatens to envelop PopoloCrois.

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* PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken (PS2, ([=PS2=], 2002): Taking place fifteen years after PopoloCrois Story II and featuring Pietro and Narcia's son Pinon as the protagonist, this game also marked the jump to 3D for the series. After the elements start acting strangely, Pinon ventures into an old shrine located near the castle looking for adventure, but upon getting attacked by a monster, his powers awaken and he meets a strange creature called Papuu. He also meets a mysterious girl called Luna and a rowdy boy called Marco, and them three end up joining together to finding out why the elements are out of control and what is the cause for the darkness that threatens to envelop PopoloCrois.



* PopoloCrois: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken (PS2, 2003): A direct sequel to PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken that takes place a few months after it. After going to meet Luna once again, Pinon and Marco return to PopoloCrois to see it has turned into stone, and after hearing only a legendary relic called the Lunar Drop can undo the petrification, Pinon, Marco and Luna depart for the sea in the ship belonging to Pietro's younger sister, Elena to look for the Lunar Drop, not knowing this will also lead into awakening an ancient evil that is hellbent in leading the world to its destruction.

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* PopoloCrois: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken (PS2, ([=PS2=], 2003): A direct sequel to PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken that takes place a few months after it. After going to meet Luna once again, Pinon and Marco return to PopoloCrois to see it has turned into stone, and after hearing only a legendary relic called the Lunar Drop can undo the petrification, Pinon, Marco and Luna depart for the sea in the ship belonging to Pietro's younger sister, Elena to look for the Lunar Drop, not knowing this will also lead into awakening an ancient evil that is hellbent in leading the world to its destruction.
26th May '16 10:58:10 PM aquagon
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A WidgetSeries meaning "Crossing of People" first started in 1978 by Tamori Yosuke. Two anime series exist based on this franchise, as well as five video games for the Playstation systems. One of the main themes is the PowerOfFriendship and importance of them. The PSP version is a loose adaptation of the two Playstation games, the first of which was released as early as ''1996''. The franchise is pretty much a good example of a NoExportForYou

Oh, and the first anime was done by Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', and many ''Franchise/DotHack'' series game.

The second anime was done by Creator/TMSEntertainment, the studio behind WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures.

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A WidgetSeries meaning of manga whose title means "Crossing of People" first started in 1978 by Tamori Yosuke. Two It's quite an extensive series, as it's formed by the following works:

* PopoloCrois Story Manga : Original manga published in 1978. It was finally compiled in three manga tomes.
* PopoloCrois Story Anime Pilot: An
anime series exist pilot that tells a story based on this franchise, the manga. While it ultimately served as well as five video games the basis for the Playstation systems. One of the main themes is the PowerOfFriendship and importance of them. The PSP version is a loose adaptation of the two Playstation games, the first of which was released as early as ''1996''. The franchise is pretty much a good example of a NoExportForYou

Oh,
PSX game and the first anime was done by chapter to the PSP version, it deviates largely from the manga, as well as the games also having some large deviations from it.
* PopoloCrois Story (PSX, 1996): First game in the PSX trilogy, telling Prince Pietro's story about his first adventure where he went to retrieve the Crown of Wisdom the GamiGami Devil had stolen from his father, as well as meeting his future friend the White Knight and his love interest Narcia. It ultimately becomes a quest to save Pietro's mother soul and stop an ancient evil from returning to the world and blanketing it in an eternal winter.
* PopoloCrois Story (Anime, 1998): An original story produced
Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', and many ''Franchise/DotHack'' of the anime series game.

to ''Franchise/DotHack''. Taking place prior to PopoRogue, a mysterious girl called Hyu appears accompanied by two creatures after an accident with GamiGami's machines, her belonging to a long-lost race called the Wind Kind. While initially befriending Pietro, due to several circumstances she ends up siding with GamiGami, stealing Pietro's powers and taking over PopoloCrois, so Pietro departs in a journey to become stronger to take his kingdom back.
* PopoRogue (PSX, 1998): Second game in the PSX trilogy, taking place two years after the original PopoloCrois Story.
The second Kingdom of PopoloCrois and part of its surrounding lands were mysteriously whisked off to another world, so a search party leaves to castle to investigate, but ultimately only two of its members return. So Pietro ventures again to search for the missing members, but ends up getting wrapped up in solving the mystery of how PopoloCrois came to that world, searching also for his father, King Paulo who left the castle under unclear circumstances, and getting his kingdom back to its proper place.
* PopoloCrois Story II (PSX, 2000): With its prologue being set after PopoRogue and its main story taking place three years after it, a Goddess has started wreaking havoc throughout the world in search for four ancient stone tablets that will allow her to remake the world however she wishes, and Pietro, now older and wiser, must team with his friends once again to PopoloCrois and the world from destruction.
* PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken (PS2, 2002): Taking place fifteen years after PopoloCrois Story II and featuring Pietro and Narcia's son Pinon as the protagonist, this game also marked the jump to 3D for the series. After the elements start acting strangely, Pinon ventures into an old shrine located near the castle looking for adventure, but upon getting attacked by a monster, his powers awaken and he meets a strange creature called Papuu. He also meets a mysterious girl called Luna and a rowdy boy called Marco, and them three end up joining together to finding out why the elements are out of control and what is the cause for the darkness that threatens to envelop PopoloCrois.
* PopoloCrois (Anime, 2003): An
anime series that serves as an expanded retelling of PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken and PopoloCrois: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken, predating the latter's release by a few months. It was done produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment, the studio behind WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures.
* PopoloCrois: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken (PS2, 2003): A direct sequel to PopoloCrois: Hajimari no Bouken that takes place a few months after it. After going to meet Luna once again, Pinon and Marco return to PopoloCrois to see it has turned into stone, and after hearing only a legendary relic called the Lunar Drop can undo the petrification, Pinon, Marco and Luna depart for the sea in the ship belonging to Pietro's younger sister, Elena to look for the Lunar Drop, not knowing this will also lead into awakening an ancient evil that is hellbent in leading the world to its destruction.
* PopoloCrois (PSP, 2005): A condensed adaptation of PopoloCrois Story and PopoloCrois Story II, which also includes an interlude to bridge both games. This is the only version released of these games outside Japan.
* PopoloCrois Story: Card Quest (Mobile, 2009): A card game RPG released for mobile phones in Japan.
* Popolocrois Story: Yume to Kizuna no Bouken (Browser, 2011): A social game developed for the entag! social network. Its service was terminated in June 2013.
* PopoloChronicle (light novel, 2015): A duo of light novels set several years into the past that follow the adventures of a boy called Marcosias. It also features King Paulo, Queen Sania and Esperanza, the younger brother of the Dragon King.
* Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale (3DS, 2016): Crossover with the Story of Seasons series, and first and so far only game in the series to see release in a Nintendo console. Taking place between PopoloCrois Monogatari II's prologue and main story, Pietro finds himself whisked off to another world called Galariland, and now he must find a way to go back to PopoloCrois, all while also tending to an abandoned farm he found and started using as his home away from home.
22nd May '16 6:18:52 PM aquagon
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* AdaptationDistillation: The only game to receive an overseas release (The PSP Title) is a combined adaptation of the first two Playstation games. Some of the first game's content is cut or compressed, but expanded a little with a side-story set in between the first two games.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The only game to receive an overseas release (The PSP Title) is a combined adaptation of the first two and third Playstation games. Some Most of the first game's content is cut or compressed, but the story is expanded a little with a side-story set in between the first two games.games included. On the other hand, the second game (PopoRogue) is completely disregarded excepting for some of its characters and monsters being included as summons.



** On that same order of ideas, the first anime series takes a lot of liberties with the characters' color schemes: Pietro also has greenish eyes instead of brown, Queen Sania has brown hair instead of reddish and her dress is mostly blue instead of red, King Paulo's coat is purple instead of green, Narcia's eyes are green instead of blue and GamiGami is missing the gauntlets on his hands.



* EarnYourHappyEnding: Does Pietro ''ever'' have to go through ''hell'' to get his happy ending.
* EldritchAbomination: The Ice Demon, Barbaran.

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Does Do Pietro and Pinon ''ever'' have to go through ''hell'' to get his their happy ending.
endings.
* EldritchAbomination: The Ice Demon, Barbaran.Dream Demon Id, Barbaran, Yasm, Zephys.



* EvolvingWeapon: The Dragon Sword. Pietro's starting weapon and ''ultimate'' weapon.

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* EvolvingWeapon: The Dragon Sword. Pietro's starting weapon and ''ultimate'' weapon. It can also be powered up further in some of the games by collecting Dragon Orbs
**Averted in PopoRogue and Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale, as the Dragon Sword lost its evolving properties in both games.



** In the English version, the fact that Gami Gami devil is obsessed with Narcia. That would really ''REALLY'' get a lot of eyebrows if this wasn't written in Japan.

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** In the English version, the fact that Gami Gami devil GamiGami is obsessed with Narcia. That would really ''REALLY'' get a lot of eyebrows if this wasn't written in Japan.



**Kai is available as an alternate form to Narcia near the end for the original PopoloCrois Monogatari for PSX, but it's a hassle to use her because that requires Narcia to remain inactive for two whole turns (one for the transformation, and one in Stop status) due to the mechanics the transformation includes



* HeroicBSOD: Pietro has one when [[spoiler: He and the White Knight kill the earth dragon]]

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* HeroicBSOD: Pietro has one when got three so far [[spoiler: He when he released the Ice Devil accidentally in the world and his mother was taken away to be used as a receptacle for said devil, when he and the White Knight kill the earth dragon]]dragon, and the worst one of them all, when Queen Sania was killed by Maira.]].



* NoExportForYou: The ''entire'' franchise... sans the PSP version. The first anime received a dub and was broadcast on some Latin American countries, but only that.

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* NoExportForYou: The ''entire'' franchise... sans the PSP version. version and the Story of Seasons crossover. The first anime received a dub and was broadcast on some Latin American countries, countries and Italy, but only that.



* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Gami Gami Devil, White Knight.

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Gami Gami GamiGami Devil, White Knight.



* PettingZooPeople: The people of Bryonia

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* PettingZooPeople: The people of BryoniaBryonia.



* ThoseTwoGuys: Gon and Don. They're ''completely'' useless.
* TrickArrow: Leona
* PickyEater: When Gami Gami dresses Jilva as Narcia, some of his robots try to make her eat her vegetables, which JIlva doesn't like. As this is a Japanese trope, these vegetables that Jilva will not eat are, of course, carrots and green peppers.

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* ThoseTwoGuys: Gon and Don. They're ''completely'' useless.
useless (excepting for PopoRogue, where they were included as bonus characters capable of equipping any weapons and armor, and learning all special skills).
* TrickArrow: Leona
Leona.
* PickyEater: When Gami Gami GamiGami dresses Jilva as Narcia, some of his robots try to make her eat her vegetables, which JIlva Jilva doesn't like. As this is a Japanese trope, these vegetables that Jilva will not eat are, of course, carrots and green peppers.



* PowersViaPossession: Pietro's father when he becomes the dark lion king

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* PowersViaPossession: Pietro's father when he becomes the dark lion kingDark Lion King



* StalkerWithACrush: Gami Gami to Narcia.

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* StalkerWithACrush: Gami Gami GamiGami to Narcia.



* WeaksauceWeakness: Forest Witches will turn into a bubble if they come in contact with saltwater.

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* WeaksauceWeakness: Forest Witches will turn into a bubble seafoam if they come in contact with saltwater.
9th Apr '16 5:32:43 AM HamSandMan77
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Oh, and the anime was done by Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', and many ''Franchise/DotHack'' series game.

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Oh, and the first anime was done by Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', and many ''Franchise/DotHack'' series game.
game.

The second anime was done by Creator/TMSEntertainment, the studio behind WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures.
22nd Oct '15 5:09:30 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: Pietro looks oddly similar to [[LegendofZelda Link]]. This hasn't gone unnoticed by fans.

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* {{Expy}}: Pietro looks oddly similar to [[LegendofZelda [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Link]]. This hasn't gone unnoticed by fans.
19th Jun '15 7:03:41 PM Rubiland
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* SpirtualSuccessor: There are QUITE a few similarities between this series and the BreathOfFire series, most notably the fact that the protagonist is half dragon and gains powers from it.

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* SpirtualSuccessor: SpiritualSuccessor: There are QUITE a few similarities between this series and the BreathOfFire series, most notably the fact that the protagonist is half dragon and gains powers from it.
16th Apr '15 6:39:27 PM SpaghettiBoy
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* BalefulPolymorph: Happens several times. They get better.



** In the English version, the fact that Gami Gami devil is obsessed with Narcia. That would really ''REALLY'' get a lot of eyebrows if this wasn't written in Japan.



* HalfHumanHybrid: PIetro is half dragon. Notable in that his ''mother'' is the dragon.

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* HalfHumanHybrid: PIetro Pietro is half dragon. Notable in that his ''mother'' is the dragon.



** Kai as well.



* NoExportForYou: The ''entire'' franchise. The first anime received a dub and was broadcast on some Latin American countries, but only that.

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* NoExportForYou: The ''entire'' franchise. franchise... sans the PSP version. The first anime received a dub and was broadcast on some Latin American countries, but only that.that.
* NoNameGiven: White Knight.



* SummonMagic: Both Eastern ''and'' Western Summon magic, unusually enough!



* TomboyPrincess: Zig-zagged with Jilva - Despite dressing feminine and engaging in activities such as dancing (To be fair, the latter is part of her culture), she is primarily an ''attacker'', and is more of a RedMage focusing a little more on offense and melee.

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* TomboyPrincess: Zig-zagged with Jilva - Despite dressing feminine and engaging in activities such as dancing (To be fair, the latter is dancing and music are part of her culture), she is primarily an ''attacker'', and is more of a RedMage focusing a little more on offense and melee.
22nd Jan '15 2:17:25 PM StFan
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Oh, and the anime was done by Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''{{Noir}}'', and many ''Franchise/DotHack'' series game.

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Oh, and the anime was done by Creator/BeeTrain[[note]]with Creator/ProductionIG[[/note]], the same people as the animation for ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', ''{{Noir}}'', ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', and many ''Franchise/DotHack'' series game.
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