History VideoGame / QuestForGlory

9th Aug '16 3:42:05 AM darksoul4242
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*** Though the wisp-like fairies, and humanoid fairies co-existing isn't too far-fetching. As it's especially notable in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda a certain other game series]]

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*** Though the wisp-like fairies, and humanoid fairies co-existing isn't too far-fetching. As it's especially notable in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda a certain other game series]] series]].
4th Aug '16 11:10:54 PM Phys101
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* FlamingSword: If you're a Paladin. It does a bit more damage than the non-flaming variety (affected by your Honor rating), and can defeat Earth Elementals to boot.
** Rakeesh has his own flaming sword, named Soulforge. He gives this to you if you are a Paladin at the end of the second game. He recovers it after you lose it at the end of 3, but if you get one of your own in 4, will hold onto it.

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* FlamingSword: If you're a Paladin. FlamingSword:
** It's the Paladin's weapon of choice.
It does a bit more damage than the non-flaming variety (affected by your Honor rating), and can defeat Earth Elementals to boot.
boot. As a Paladin in the fourth game, you won't have one until you earn the sword of a long-dead Paladin.
** Rakeesh Rakeesh, as a Paladin, has his own flaming sword, named Soulforge. Soulforge. He gives this to you if you are judged worthy to become a Paladin at the end of the second game. game, or as a fighter at the end of the third game. He recovers it after you lose it when you've been involuntarily teleported at the end of 3, but if you the third game. You may get one of your own another flaming sword in 4, the fourth game; if so, Rakeesh will hold onto it.keep Soulforge when you meet him again in the fifth game.
3rd Aug '16 10:17:25 PM EdwardGil
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** Rakeesh has his own flaming sword, named Soulforge.

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** Rakeesh has his own flaming sword, named Soulforge. He gives this to you if you are a Paladin at the end of the second game. He recovers it after you lose it at the end of 3, but if you get one of your own in 4, will hold onto it.
18th Jul '16 8:10:48 PM darksoul4242
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** The Chief of The Thief Guild in the first game also qualifies. Any hostile action towards him or Bruno in the first game invariably results in a throwing dagger through the heart. Heck, just [[TooDumbToLive walking in front of him while he's practicing his knife throwing]] can kill you

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** The Chief of The Thief Guild in the first game also qualifies. Any hostile action towards him or Bruno in the first game invariably results in a throwing dagger through the heart. Heck, just [[TooDumbToLive walking in front of him while he's practicing his knife throwing]] can kill youyou.
18th Jul '16 7:57:49 PM darksoul4242
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** This may also be a matter of perspective in many cases. The Baronet [[spoiler:has been turned into a bear and is trying to kill you, it takes extra work to rescue him).]] Killing the fox may be a newbie blunder. The Chief Thief is the chief ''thief'', [[spoiler:beyond the fact that he killed and possibly ''consumed'' the other thieves in his guild]].

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** This may also be a matter of perspective in many cases. The Baronet [[spoiler:has been turned into a bear and is trying to kill you, it you (it takes extra work to rescue him).]] Killing the fox may be a newbie blunder. The Chief Thief is the chief ''thief'', [[spoiler:beyond the fact that he killed and possibly ''consumed'' the other thieves in his guild]].
18th Jul '16 7:53:17 PM darksoul4242
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* CriticalExistenceFailure: As long as you have one health point remaining, you're fine. In an interesting variation, if you're in battle and run out of stamina in the VGA remake of ''Quest for Glory I'', you'll be too exhausted to continue fighting and promptly killed. If you escape from battle and run out of stamina while running, however, you'll be fine (you'll lose health for running without stamina though, and you can run yourself to death).

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* CriticalExistenceFailure: As long as you have one health point remaining, you're fine. In an interesting variation, if you're in battle and run out of stamina in the VGA remake of ''Quest for Glory I'', you'll be too exhausted to continue fighting and promptly get killed. If you escape from battle and run out of stamina while running, however, you'll be fine (you'll lose health for running without stamina though, and you can run yourself to death).
8th Jul '16 2:44:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Mentors}}: There are a few in the series:
** Rakeesh Sah Tarna is the most archetypical mentor and TheObiWan. He's an aged hero you come across in the second game, and he will be around for the third and fifth as well. While he is most directly a mentor for fighters and paladins, he will be there to dispense advice regardless of your class.

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* {{Mentors}}: TheMentor: There are a few in the series:
** Rakeesh Sah Tarna is the most archetypical mentor and TheObiWan.mentor. He's an aged hero you come across in the second game, and he will be around for the third and fifth as well. While he is most directly a mentor for fighters and paladins, he will be there to dispense advice regardless of your class.
19th Jun '16 9:38:32 AM Anorgil
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** Note that the Hero's nutritional needs vary from game to game; in the second game, Shema only serves breakfast and dinner, but the Hero must also eat lunch (which can be bought from Sloree and Scoree). In the fourth game, although Bella also serves only breakfast and dinner, the Hero can live on that alone.
19th Jun '16 9:28:37 AM Anorgil
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* MoneySpider: Subverted. Only sentient enemies (Goblins, Leopardmen, Mercenaries, etc.) carry money on their person. If you kill a wild Purple Saurus or a feral Necrotaur, you get bupkis. That said, certain monsters have parts that can be sold to local apothecaries, like the Cheetaur's claws or the Scorpion's tail.

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* MoneySpider: Subverted. Only sentient enemies (Goblins, Leopardmen, Mercenaries, etc.) carry money on their person. If you kill a wild Purple Saurus or a feral Necrotaur, you get bupkis. That said, certain if you talk to the local apothecaries about ingredients or components, some monsters have parts that can be sold to local apothecaries, them, like the Cheetaur's claws or the Scorpion's tail.
15th Apr '16 7:43:36 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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