History VideoGame / QuestForGloryV

30th Apr '16 9:04:25 AM AjWargo
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* DemBones: Lemures and manes you fight in Hades.

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* DemBones: Lemures Lemures, shades, and manes you manes, restless souls that you'll have to fight in Hades.



* DumbMuscle: Abdim, Abdum, Abdull and Abduel. Ferrari don't keep them around for their brains. [[spoiler:The Goons also fill this role for Minos.]]

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* DumbMuscle: Abdim, Abdum, Abdull and Abduel. Abduel, four eunuch brothers. Ferrari don't doesn't keep them around for their brains. [[spoiler:The Goons also fill this role for Minos.]]
26th Apr '16 3:09:21 PM AjWargo
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* BillingualBonus: The guards sometimes say actual Greek words, like "Signome", which means "hello".

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* BillingualBonus: BilingualBonus: The guards sometimes say actual Greek words, like "Signome", which means "hello".
26th Apr '16 3:06:24 PM AjWargo
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* BillingualBonus: The guards sometimes say actual Greek words, like "Signome", which means "hello".
12th Apr '16 4:38:46 PM Nevermore2002
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* IdiotBall: After the BigBad confessed being behind all of Silmaria's troubles, Logos order the guards to apprehend him. The guards were not only stationed far away from the BigBad, but they slowly walk toward him, giving him enough time to teleport away. Giving that last night Logos and Hero were very certain of his implication, you'd think they would took some precautions to prevent his escape.

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* IdiotBall: After the BigBad confessed being behind all of Silmaria's troubles, Logos order the guards to apprehend him. The guards were not only stationed far away from the BigBad, but they slowly walk toward him, giving him enough time to teleport away. Giving that last night Logos and Hero were very certain of his implication, you'd think they would took have taken some precautions to prevent his escape.
12th Jan '16 11:37:29 PM darksoul4242
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* UnexpectedGenreChange: The last fight with the Dragon is a party fight; with at least Elsa and Toro and other companions possible depending on your prior actions. Gifting them with a Dragon Killer sword and Mino's Minotaur's Axe will help immensely.

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* UnexpectedGenreChange: The last fight with the Dragon is a party fight; with at least Elsa and Toro and other companions possible depending on your prior actions. Gifting them with a Dragon Killer sword and Mino's Minos' Minotaur's Axe will help immensely.
12th Jan '16 11:36:42 PM darksoul4242
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* UnexpectedGenreChange: The last fight with the Dragon is a party fight; with at least Eliza and Toro and other companions possible depending on your prior actions. Gifting them with a Dragon Killer sword and Mino's Minotaur's Axe will help immensely.

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* UnexpectedGenreChange: The last fight with the Dragon is a party fight; with at least Eliza Elsa and Toro and other companions possible depending on your prior actions. Gifting them with a Dragon Killer sword and Mino's Minotaur's Axe will help immensely.
12th Jan '16 11:30:56 PM darksoul4242
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* PickedFlowersAreDead: you can give flowers to various ladies and eventually marry one of the four most prominent ones. One of them will feel sorry for the flowers, but giving them to her earns you romantic points anyway. She will use their seeds to make more living flowers.

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* PickedFlowersAreDead: you You can give flowers to various ladies and eventually marry one of the four most prominent ones. One of them will feel sorry for the flowers, but giving them to her earns you romantic points anyway. She will use their seeds to make more living flowers.
12th Jan '16 10:58:26 PM darksoul4242
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** Second: If you bring Erana or Katrina back from the dead, you will find out that her previous life (before her horrible death) was hell in many ways. And that such damage is not easily repaired. Either woman has massive trust issues. Also, Erana suffers from unjustified self-hatred, while Katrina seem willing to shrug off her own misdeeds with very little remorse. Erana will be desperate for your love, while driving you away with her insecurities. Katrina will not dare to show much emotion at all, being defensive all the way.[[spoiler:Oh, and if you bring Erana back but choose another lover or fail to get past her insecurities... the game will end with her suicide.]]

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** Second: If you bring Erana or Katrina back from the dead, you will find out that her previous life (before her horrible death) was hell in many ways. And that such damage is not easily repaired. Either woman has massive trust issues. Also, Erana suffers from unjustified self-hatred, while Katrina seem seems willing to shrug off her own misdeeds with very little remorse. Erana will be desperate for your love, while driving you away with her insecurities. Katrina will not dare to show much emotion at all, being defensive all the way.[[spoiler:Oh, and if you bring Erana back but choose another lover or fail to get past her insecurities... the game will end with her suicide.]]
10th Jan '16 9:31:03 PM Darksilverhawk
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* AscendedExtra: Nawar, who does not even have a face (although she was easily the most memorable of the faceless concubines in the Emir's harem) in ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryII'', returns as a love interest.
** The owner of the Bank of Silmaria is the beggar who was in the street of Spielburg - having since wisely invested the money he was given (And he considers begging and banking to be surprisingly similar jobs).

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* AscendedExtra: AscendedExtra:
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Nawar, who does not even have a face (although she was easily the most memorable of the faceless concubines in the Emir's harem) in ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryII'', returns as a love interest.
** The owner of the Bank of Silmaria is the beggar who was in the street of Spielburg - having since wisely invested the money he was given (And he given. (He considers begging and banking to be surprisingly similar jobs).jobs.)



* CloudCuckooLander / NightmareFetishist: Wolfie, who gleefully describes the problems that Silmaria is going through (as well as his personal problems) as if they were the greatest things ever.

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* CloudCuckooLander / NightmareFetishist: CloudCuckooLander: Wolfie, who gleefully describes the problems that Silmaria is going through (as well as his personal problems) as if they were the greatest things ever.ever and doesn't seem to grasp the gravity of the events occurring on the island.



* TheDragonslayer: [[spoiler:You become one at the end of the game.]]

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* TheDragonslayer: [[spoiler:You become one at the end of the game.game, slaying the Dragon of Doom and putting an end to its threat to the island forever.]]



* {{Hellhound}}: Cerberus himself guard the doorway to Hades.
* HeroicSacrifice: The hero can do this once or twice throughout the story, and survive. In the endgame, you and several others can do this. Note that you lose the game if you actually die that way.

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* {{Hellhound}}: Cerberus himself guard guards the doorway to Hades.
* HeroicSacrifice: The hero can do this once or twice throughout the story, story and survive. In the endgame, you and several others can do this. Note that you lose the game if you actually die that way.



* HulkSpeak: Toro

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* HulkSpeak: ToroToro speaks in broken and simple English.



* LethalChef: Gnome Ann's cook staff. Each day produces a different horrid meal that's usually of the result of the cooks fighting amongst each other.
** Capped off once you solve Ann's problem with "Hero Surprise". [[spoiler:She goes out and buys you a pizza.]]
** One day you get Mac and Cheese, because she gave the cooks the day off. Narration says it's either the best meal you ever had... or you've been staying at her inn for too long.

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* LethalChef: Gnome Ann's cook staff. Each day produces a different horrid meal that's usually of the result of the cooks fighting amongst each other. \n** Capped off once you solve Ann's problem with the "Hero Surprise". [[spoiler:She goes out and buys you a pizza.]]
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]] One day in the normal meal rotation you can also get Mac and Cheese, because she gave the cooks the day off. Narration says it's either the best meal you ever had... or you've been staying at her inn for too long.
10th Jan '16 9:19:09 PM Darksilverhawk
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* PointAndClickMap: Along with the obligatory RandomEncounter.

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* PointAndClickMap: Along Navigating the islands consist of clicking to direct your hero, though the arrow keys can be used as well. This comes with the obligatory RandomEncounter.



* PunnyName: Gnome-Anne's Land Inn, [[RedShirt Kokeeno Pookameeso]]. Let's just say that, being a ''VideoGame/QuestForGlory'' game, if we listed every example, we'd be here all night.

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* PunnyName: PunnyName:
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Gnome-Anne's Land Inn, [[RedShirt Kokeeno Pookameeso]]. Let's just say that, being a ''VideoGame/QuestForGlory'' game, if we listed every example, we'd be here all night.



* RomanceSidequest: As mentioned above.

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* RomanceSidequest: As mentioned above.There are four women that can be romanced and possibly married at the end of the game if the correct actions are taken. Some, but not all, of the romances are locked to specific classes.



* SadisticChoice: The hero makes a brief venture into Hades, [[spoiler:where two of his aforementioned love interests currently reside... and he can bring back ''one'' of them. Or, if you so choose, ''neither''. You jerk.]] Merges into GameplayAndStorySegregation, however: WordOfGod states that canonically, the Hero is such a BadAss [[spoiler: that he was able to free them ''both''.]]

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* SadisticChoice: The hero makes a brief venture into Hades, [[spoiler:where two of his aforementioned love interests currently reside... and he can bring back ''one'' of them. Or, if you so choose, ''neither''. You jerk.]] Merges into GameplayAndStorySegregation, however: WordOfGod states that canonically, the Hero is such a BadAss [[spoiler: that he was able to free them ''both''.]]''both'',]] but this is impossible to pull off in the game.



* StayInTheKitchen: Pholus' opinion of Elsa when she enters the Rites of Rulership.
* StormingTheCastle: The last rite is this. Unfortunately the hero is all by himself.

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* StayInTheKitchen: Pholus' opinion of Elsa when she enters the Rites of Rulership.
Rulership is that women are not fit to be either warriors or kings.
* StormingTheCastle: The last rite is this. concludes with you storming the villain's extremely well-guarded house. Unfortunately the hero is all by himself. himself for this one, at least [[spoiler: until he reaches Minos.]]



* TakeYourTime: Zig Zagged. Played straight at first. Then it's averted once the Rites of Rulership begin as you must finish them before your competitors. It's played straight again for the last two rites because they can only be solved by you.

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* TakeYourTime: TakeYourTime:
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Zig Zagged. Played straight at first. Then it's averted once the Rites of Rulership begin as you must finish them before your competitors. competitors, though you still need to complete the story elements for each rite. (If someone beat you to it, you'll simply be informed upon turning in the rite.) It's played straight again for the last two rites because they can only be solved by you.



* [[ToHellAndBack To Hades And Back]]: As one of the Tasks, there's even a surprise OrpheanRescue.
* UselessUsefulSpell: Most utility spells from the earlier game have little or no use in this game; you'll mostly rely on blasting spells.
* UnexpectedGenreChange: The last fight with the Dragon is a party fight; with at least Eliza and Toro. Gifting them with a Dragon Killer sword and Mino's Minotaur's Axe will help immensely.

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* [[ToHellAndBack To ToHellAndBack: You're sent down to Hades And Back]]: As as one of the Tasks, there's even a surprise OrpheanRescue.
Rites. Technically, all you have to do is gather some Styx water and come back, but you end up needing to pull off an OrpheanRescue (or explicitly turn down doing one) to avoid making the game {{Unwinnable}}.
* UselessUsefulSpell: Most utility spells from the earlier game games have little or no use in this game; you'll mostly rely on blasting spells.
spells for combat.
* UnexpectedGenreChange: The last fight with the Dragon is a party fight; with at least Eliza and Toro.Toro and other companions possible depending on your prior actions. Gifting them with a Dragon Killer sword and Mino's Minotaur's Axe will help immensely.



* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: If you cast a projectile spell at the townsfolk they will explode. Also, the guards will immediately become hostile. Doing this renders the game unwinnable (see VideoGameCrueltyPunishment).
* VideoGameCrueltyPunishment: On the flipside, if you try to do this to Shakra, he will shoot you with a lightning bolt and kill you instantly. You're rewarded with a game over screen and a funny little poem regarding the circumstances of said death.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:Ugarte. Either you find the cure to the poison or not, he never show up again.]]

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* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: If you cast a projectile spell at the townsfolk they will explode. Also,
* VideoGameCrueltyPunishment:
** Attacking the townsfolk will cause all
the guards will to immediately become hostile. Doing this renders the game unwinnable (see VideoGameCrueltyPunishment).
* VideoGameCrueltyPunishment: On the flipside, if
unwinnable.
** If
you try to do this to attack Shakra, he will shoot you with a lightning bolt and kill you instantly. You're rewarded with a game over screen and a funny little poem regarding the circumstances of said death.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:Ugarte. Either Whether you find the cure to the poison or not, he will never show up again.]]
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