History VideoGame / QuestForGloryII

30th May '16 7:17:35 PM darksoul4242
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** Amusingly enough, it is possible to play through the original game without ever going into the desert, or at least not passing by Ali Fakur enough times to set him off. If you do this you miss out on a fair number of sidequests, but you can skip buying the saurus and still play through the game without getting the NonStandardGameOver. [[InSpiteOfANail Before you leave for Raseir, however, the saurus will still show up at Aziza's house]].

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** Amusingly enough, it is possible to play through the original game without ever going into the desert, or at least not passing by Ali Fakur Fakir enough times to set him off. If you do this you miss out on a fair number of sidequests, but you can skip buying the saurus and still play through the game without getting the NonStandardGameOver. [[InSpiteOfANail Before you leave for Raseir, however, the saurus will still show up at Aziza's house]].
8th May '16 6:49:21 AM Nevermore2002
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* InsistentTerminology: Erasmus keeps referring the [[WizardingSchool Wizard's Institute of Technocery]] as the "W.I.T.", but the other wizards always correct him.

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* InsistentTerminology: Erasmus keeps referring always refer the [[WizardingSchool Wizard's Institute of Technocery]] as the "W.I.T.", but the other exasperated wizards always correct keep correcting him.
8th May '16 6:45:58 AM Nevermore2002
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* InsistentTerminology: Erasmus keeps referring the [[WizardingSchool The Wizard's Institute of Technocery]] as the "W.I.T.", but the other wizards quickly correct him everytime.

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* InsistentTerminology: Erasmus keeps referring the [[WizardingSchool The Wizard's Institute of Technocery]] as the "W.I.T.", but the other wizards quickly always correct him everytime.him.
8th May '16 6:44:28 AM Nevermore2002
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* InsistentTerminology: Erasmus keeps referring the [[WizardingSchool The Wizard's Institute of Technocery]] as the "W.I.T.", but the other wizards quickly correct him everytime.
21st Apr '16 8:28:42 PM darksoul4242
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** Or in the FanRemake, picking the black screen (aka the Dark Master) will get the wizards to land you in [[VideoGame/QuestForGloryIV the Mordavian swamps]] for your impertinence, but you would be two games too early, and have no way of surviving it. Also counts as a MythologyGag since the death message states "Now you know why Quest for Glory III didn't take place here".
19th Apr '16 6:15:40 AM TheWanderer
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: The Emir of Raseir's brother, who has deposed his brother under Ad Avis' orders and is his puppet while Ad Avis is TheManBehindTheMan. Most people hold him accountable for the going ons in Raseir, not knowing Ad Avis' part in the plot. Which makes Ad Avis' sudden appearance and [[spoiler:[[{{Brainwashed}} brainwashing]] of the hero]] particularly effective. [[spoiler: The Emir is never seen in game, and is only mentioned in a text box at the end.]]

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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: The Emir of Raseir's brother, who has deposed his brother under Ad Avis' orders and is his puppet while Ad Avis is TheManBehindTheMan. Most people hold him accountable for the going ons in Raseir, not knowing Ad Avis' part in the plot. Which makes Ad Avis' sudden appearance and [[spoiler:[[{{Brainwashed}} brainwashing]] of the hero]] particularly effective. [[spoiler: The Emir [[spoiler:Somewhat ironically, (since he's supposed to be the front man) the Emir's brother is never seen in game, and is only mentioned in a few conversations with other characters and a text box of narration at the end.]]
18th Apr '16 11:19:11 PM darksoul4242
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating - The Emir of Raseir's brother, who has deposed his brother under Ad Avis' orders and is his puppet while Ad Avis is TheManBehindTheMan. Most people hold him accountable for the going ons in Raseir, not knowing Ad Avis' part in the plot. Which makes Ad Avis' sudden appearance and [[spoiler:[[{{Brainwashed}} brainwashing]] of the hero]] particularly effective. [[spoiler: The Emir is never seen in game, and is only mentioned in a text box at the end.]]
* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts - Surprisingly averted. If you tell various merchants that you need their goods to stop the elementals currently destroying their city, they will give you what you need for free. The only exception is the Weapon Store owner, who's a JerkJock. [[TakeAThirdOption Each class has a method of getting the item from him]]: Fighters have to beat him at arm wrestling, Thieves steal it, and Wizards use the Calm spell and high Communications skill to persuade him. (Or come back at night and use the levitate or fetch spell to steal it.)
* {{Animorphism}} - Ad Avis uses a curse that turns its victims into a creature symbolizing their inner selves. [[spoiler: Apparently, good-natured people are sauruses, Khaveen is a snake, and Ad Avis' apprentice is a snake/scorpion/panther... thing.]]

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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating - ZeroPercentApprovalRating: The Emir of Raseir's brother, who has deposed his brother under Ad Avis' orders and is his puppet while Ad Avis is TheManBehindTheMan. Most people hold him accountable for the going ons in Raseir, not knowing Ad Avis' part in the plot. Which makes Ad Avis' sudden appearance and [[spoiler:[[{{Brainwashed}} brainwashing]] of the hero]] particularly effective. [[spoiler: The Emir is never seen in game, and is only mentioned in a text box at the end.]]
* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts - AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Surprisingly averted. If you tell various merchants that you need their goods to stop the elementals currently destroying their city, they will give you what you need for free. The only exception is the Weapon Store owner, who's a JerkJock. [[TakeAThirdOption Each class has a method of getting the item from him]]: Fighters have to beat him at arm wrestling, Thieves steal it, and Wizards use the Calm spell and high Communications skill to persuade him. (Or come back at night and use the levitate or fetch spell to steal it.)
* {{Animorphism}} - {{Animorphism}}: Ad Avis uses a curse that turns its victims into a creature symbolizing their inner selves. [[spoiler: Apparently, good-natured people are sauruses, Khaveen is a snake, and Ad Avis' apprentice is a snake/scorpion/panther... thing.]]



* AtopAMountainOfCorpses - After the offscreen battle during your journey to Raseir.
* AwesomeMomentOfCrowning - [[spoiler:In the end, the sultan adopts you as his son, making you a prince.]]
* TheBlacksmith - Issur. He makes quality daggers and swords, but he's also a bit of a prick (and a sore loser when you best him at arm wrestling).
* BackStab - In the remake, thieves who sneak around in the desert sometimes encounter enemies who are unaware of their presence. Throw a dagger in their back ForMassiveDamage (often fatal). It's not honorable, but it's dreadfully effective.

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* AtopAMountainOfCorpses - AtopAMountainOfCorpses: After the offscreen battle during your journey to Raseir.
* AwesomeMomentOfCrowning - AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: [[spoiler:In the end, the sultan adopts you as his son, making you a prince.]]
* TheBlacksmith - TheBlacksmith: Issur. He makes quality daggers and swords, but he's also a bit of a prick (and a sore loser when you best him at arm wrestling).
* BackStab - BackStab: In the remake, thieves who sneak around in the desert sometimes encounter enemies who are unaware of their presence. Throw a dagger in their back ForMassiveDamage (often fatal). It's not honorable, but it's dreadfully effective.
12th Apr '16 6:07:42 PM jormis29
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The game is set in a land inspired by the Literature/ArabianNights and similar myths, and later received a FanRemake with [[http://www.agdinteractive.com/games/qfg2/ VGA graphics.]]

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The game is set in [[ArabianNightsDays a land inspired by the Literature/ArabianNights Arabian Nights and similar myths, myths]], and later received a FanRemake with [[http://www.agdinteractive.com/games/qfg2/ VGA graphics.]]
12th Apr '16 4:03:51 PM Nevermore2002
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* DesertBandits: You'll fight them only during the day. They carry [[SinisterScimitar scimitars]] and [[KnifeNut they throw daggers in the VGA remake]]. [[RapeAsBackstory They're also responsible for Julunar losing her faith in humanity.]]

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* DesertBandits: You'll fight them only during the day. They carry [[SinisterScimitar scimitars]] and [[KnifeNut they throw daggers in the VGA remake]]. [[RapeAsBackstory They're also responsible for Julunar Julanar losing her faith in humanity.]]
6th Apr '16 10:47:04 AM timotaka
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** The second time you visit the astrologer, he is in the middle of some work and is mutters to himself [[{{Theatre/Hair}} "When the Moon is in the second house, and Jupiter aligns with Mars..."]]

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** The second time you visit the astrologer, he is in the middle of some work and is mutters to himself [[{{Theatre/Hair}} "When the Moon is in the second house, and Jupiter aligns with Mars..."]]
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