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14th Jul '16 9:59:58 AM Century
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* PettingZooPeople: The Cat and Dog people found in the New World.

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* PettingZooPeople: PettingZooPeople:
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The Cat and Malangdo Cats are basically just bipedal cats. Players get to be them in the form of the playable Doram.
** Similarly the
Dog people found in the New World. Mora Village are bipedal dogs, except their feet are plantigrade rather than digitigrade.
13th May '16 4:42:00 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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** ''VideoGame/RagnarokTactics'' for PlayStationPortable: Set on the continent of Gran Tritter, with raging war between Branchardo Empire and Aura Kingdom as the main problem of story. Featuring most of Transcendent classes (with exception of Stalker, Biochemist, and Scholar), two exclusive classes from Ragnarok DS, and [[AscendedExtra -suprisingly-]] Zonda and Kafra.
** ''VideoGame/RagnarokOdyssey'' for PlayStationVita: a ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' clone with a dash of ''PhantasyStar''.

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** ''VideoGame/RagnarokTactics'' for PlayStationPortable: UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable: Set on the continent of Gran Tritter, with raging war between Branchardo Empire and Aura Kingdom as the main problem of story. Featuring most of Transcendent classes (with exception of Stalker, Biochemist, and Scholar), two exclusive classes from Ragnarok DS, and [[AscendedExtra -suprisingly-]] Zonda and Kafra.
** ''VideoGame/RagnarokOdyssey'' for PlayStationVita: UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita: a ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' clone with a dash of ''PhantasyStar''.
19th Mar '16 8:02:32 AM Century
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* UnpleasableFanbase: This seems to be the case so far with the sequel (in beta as of this writing). While many fans are delighted to see a version of Ragnarok Online with modern MMO features (minimap, action bars, quest tracker, etc.), many others are upset over changes that they feel make the game unlike its predecessor. Some of these complaints include the removal of the Novice class (largely responsible for the YouHaveResearchedBreathing trope below), the lack of manually allocated stats, the switch from a birds-eye camera to an over-the-shoulder camera, and the addition of modern MMO features (minimap, action bars, quest tracker, etc.).
** Just to note, the original has the above features. The only one it didn't have during its initial few years of operation was the quest tracker (though this feature is, admittedly, a little unreliable).
19th Mar '16 7:59:52 AM Century
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* DualWielding: Assassins can wield a katar in either hand, or a combination of swords, daggers, axes, and/or knives. Gunslingers can also use [[GunsAkimbo a pair of handguns]].

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* DualWielding: Assassins can wield a katar in either hand, or a combination of swords, daggers, axes, and/or knives. Gunslingers can also use [[GunsAkimbo a pair of handguns]]. And because books are either weapons or shields, a Sage/Priest could end up dual-wielding ''books''.



* RegeneratingHealth: HP and SP regenerate over a period of time. Sitting down and/or having the passive Increase Health Recovery skill speeds up the regeneration rate.

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* RegeneratingHealth: HP and SP regenerate over a period of time. Sitting down and/or having the passive Increase Health Recovery skill speeds up the regeneration rate. Additionally, the Taekwon Master can sit next to a member of the Taekwon line in their part and use the command /doridori (which has the character shaking their head).



* {{ReTool}}: A few of RO's updates (the Comodo update in particular sticks out) have drastically altered monster spawns in the past in order to keep the game fresh (possibly to combat botting as well; how else do you explain the [[GoddamnedBats Hunter Flies]] in Geffen1?). TYe game's developers finally decided to take things a step further, and rebalanced the entire game in order to appeal to modern MMO gamers, including changing how character stats work, altering the exp table, and, of course, drastically altering monster stats and spawns, in the Renewal patch.

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* {{ReTool}}: {{ReTool}}:
**
A few of RO's updates (the Comodo update in particular sticks out) have drastically altered monster spawns in the past in order to keep the game fresh (possibly to combat botting as well; how else do you explain the [[GoddamnedBats Hunter Flies]] in Geffen1?). TYe Geffen?). The game's developers finally decided to take things a step further, and rebalanced the entire game in order to appeal to modern MMO gamers, including changing how character stats work, altering the exp table, and, of course, drastically altering monster stats and spawns, in the Renewal patch.



** The "Renewal" patch, that meant to make the game comfortable for users, new or old.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobots: [[spoiler:The Kiel Hyre Academy]]

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** The "Renewal" patch, that patch mentioned, meant to make the game comfortable for users, users new or old.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobots: [[spoiler:The Kiel Hyre Academy]]Academy]] is home to many.



* SpritePolygonMix
* StatusBuff and StatusBuffDispel
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Show me any female class, besides Acolyte and Merchant, who has a ''non''-stripperific outfit. The Dancer and Gypsy classes are the worse offenders as a whole, followed by the full tree of Mage classes who wear "dresses" seemingly inspired by the character [[http://bp2.blogger.com/_uoSnS1mz3ac/R5uVjB2NVRI/AAAAAAAAAis/KLo_fNH-FqQ/s1600-h/hildamanina.jpg Maniña Yerichana]] of SoapOpera ''Ka-ina'' fame (in fact, the female mage's outfit has been described as "a bikini with a mudflap and a rain cape"). Ironically, the ones who tends to be treated as the MsFanservice in most of the ecchi and hentai works are the Priest(ess), one of the more clothed classes, but who shows quite a lot of leg (with garters and stockings) and the sprite [[PantyShot flashes]] when in dead position (though this has been edited out of the international version).

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* SpritePolygonMix
* StatusBuff
SpritePolygonMix: Player, NPC and StatusBuffDispel
monsters are all 2D sprites. The world itself is 3D.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Show me any Any female class, besides Acolyte Acolyte, Swordswoman and Merchant, who has a ''non''-stripperific outfit.Merchant. The Dancer and Gypsy classes are the worse offenders as a whole, followed by the full tree of Mage classes who wear "dresses" seemingly inspired by the character [[http://bp2.blogger.com/_uoSnS1mz3ac/R5uVjB2NVRI/AAAAAAAAAis/KLo_fNH-FqQ/s1600-h/hildamanina.jpg Maniña Yerichana]] of SoapOpera ''Ka-ina'' fame (in fact, the (the female mage's outfit has been described as "a bikini with a mudflap and a rain cape"). Ironically, the ones who tends to be treated as the MsFanservice in most of the ecchi and hentai works are the Priest(ess), one of the more clothed classes, but who shows quite a lot of leg (with garters and stockings) and the sprite [[PantyShot flashes]] when in dead position (though this has been edited out of the international version).



** Assassin Crosses. 'nuff said.
** Do not forget Rogues and Stalkers.

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** Assassin Crosses. 'nuff said.
** Do not forget Rogues
Cross, if that AbsoluteCleavage and Stalkers. ShowgirlSkirt didn't tip you off already.



* SummonMagic: Alchemists can summon plant monsters and Marine Spheres, apparently from trapping them inside bottles but it still counts.
** Not to mention the Dead Branch item, and its more potent sister, the Bloody Branch. These summon a random monster to to the location of the user, with the latter having a great chance of calling up something nasty.
** A new update allows Sorcerers to summon one of four Elemental Spirits, which can enhance the spells corresponding on their own elements.

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* SummonMagic: SummonMagic:
**
Alchemists can summon plant monsters and Marine Spheres, apparently from trapping them inside bottles but it still counts.
** Not to mention the The Dead Branch item, item and its more potent sister, the Bloody Branch. These summon a random monster to to the location of the user, with the latter having a great chance of calling up something nasty.
nasty(read: a boss).
** A new update allows Sorcerers to summon one of four Elemental Spirits, which can enhance the spells corresponding on their own elements.



* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: In order to pass the guard and enter Rekenber's underground lab, all you need to do is equipping Grandpa's Beard and Geek Glasses. And he'll ALWAYS let you pass.
* ThrowawayCountry: This might actually be said of [[TheTokyoFireball Morroc]], after the Nightmare of Morroc update.

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* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: In order to pass the guard and enter Rekenber's underground lab, all you need to do is equipping Grandpa's Beard and Geek Glasses. And he'll ALWAYS ''always'' let you pass.
* ThrowawayCountry: This might actually be said of [[TheTokyoFireball Morroc]], after the Nightmare of Morroc update.update when it got utterly trashed by Satan Morroc's awakening. Episode 14.3 may eventually see Morroc being rebuilt, but until it really happens don't hold your breath - it's taken several years to get to this point.



** A properly built Sage (or its transcended variants) can really [[GeniusBruiser dish out some hurt]] with it, too.

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** A properly built Sage (or its transcended variants) can really [[GeniusBruiser dish out some hurt]] with it, too.it.



* UnidentifiedItems: Equipments obtained from monsters are only listed as generic "Shoes", "Armor", "Sword", etc and cannot be equipped until you appraise them with the Maginifier item.

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* UnidentifiedItems: Equipments Equipment obtained from monsters are only listed as generic "Shoes", "Armor", "Sword", etc and cannot be equipped until you appraise them with the Maginifier item.item or skill (only for Merchants).



* VendorTrash
* VideoGameStealing: Successful use of the Steal skill gives you one random item from the monster's droplist. This item is "extra" and doesn't affect the actual drops. Of course, many droplists contain bodyparts from their monsters...so yeah, you can "steal" the beak of a bird that's attacking you (''with'' that beak), kill it...and get the beak ''again''.

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* VendorTrash
VendorTrash: Monsters drop a lot of rubbish you can sell to vendors. The key part of this, however, is that many of this 'rubbish' actually has worth to another player, for example for quests or crafting.
* VideoGameStealing: Successful use of the Steal skill gives you one random item from the monster's droplist. This item is "extra" and doesn't affect the actual drops. Of course, many droplists contain bodyparts from their monsters...so yeah, you can "steal" the beak of a bird that's attacking you (''with'' ''with'' that beak), beak, kill it...and get the beak ''again''.



* WhipItGood: The Dancer classes.
** The Dancer class can even [[RuleOfCool use their whip to fire arrows]]. Same with Gypsies, who also get a MacrossMissileMassacre version of said skill.

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* WhipItGood: The Dancer classes.
** The Dancer class
class, who can even [[RuleOfCool use their whip to fire arrows]]. Same with Gypsies, who also get a MacrossMissileMassacre version of said skill.



* WrenchWench: Female Mechanics.
* YokoKanno: Composed ''Ragnarok Online 2''[='s=] soundtrack.
* YouHaveResearchedBreathing: An especially egregious example.
** To be specific, you have to level a few times before you can even learn to ''sit''. VGCats even had a strip about it [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=55 here]]. /sit is a bit of meme in the RO community, which views it rather fondly.
** Thief classes need to complete a quest to gain the ability to... throw rocks. ''And another one to just pick them from the ground''.

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* WrenchWench: Female Mechanics.
Mechanics, though sadly the actual wrench is an Acolyte weapon.
* YokoKanno: Composed ''Ragnarok Online 2''[='s=] soundtrack.
* YouHaveResearchedBreathing: An especially egregious example.
YouHaveResearchedBreathing:
** To be specific, you You have to level a few times before you can even learn to ''sit''. VGCats even had a strip about it [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=55 here]]. /sit is a bit of meme in the RO community, which views it rather fondly.
** The Thief classes need needs to complete a quest to gain the ability to... throw rocks. ''And another one to just pick them from the ground''.
19th Mar '16 7:25:53 AM Century
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** Don't forget the Paladin's Matyr's Recknoning skill. It hurts like all get out when properly built and ignores defenses but the trade-off is that it takes A LOT of HP once you complete the attacks. Better have some Priests and Alchemists with you because after completing the combo the Paladin becomes horribly weak and any {{Mook}} can take him out soon after.
** Ninja's Killing Stroke is pretty much this.

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** Don't forget the The Paladin's Matyr's Recknoning skill. It hurts like all get out when properly built and ignores defenses but the trade-off is that it takes A LOT ''a lot'' of HP once you complete the attacks. Better have some Priests and Alchemists with you because after completing the combo the Paladin becomes horribly weak and any {{Mook}} can take him out soon after.
** The Ninja's Killing Stroke is pretty much this.deals a powerful attack and leaves the user with 1% of their health.



* ChristianityIsCatholic[=/=]CrystalDragonJesus: Rune-Midgart's primary religion is not explicitly Christian, but still has a ''pointedly'' Catholic flavour.

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* ChristianityIsCatholic[=/=]CrystalDragonJesus: ChristianityIsCatholic: Rune-Midgart's primary religion is not explicitly Christian, but still has a ''pointedly'' Catholic flavour.



* {{Combos}}: The Monk and Taekwon Kid/Master class progressions use them.

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* {{Combos}}: Two classes are mechanically based around combos.
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The Monk and class has skills that can be chained together once the prerequisite skill has been performed successfully.
** The
Taekwon Kid/Master Master/Star Gladiator class progressions can only use them.certain kicks with specific stances activated beforehand; having two or more stances active leads to chains of various types of kicks.



* ConvectionSchmonvection: Rather blatant. Near Juno there's a place outright called the Magma Dungeon, containing several fire monsters, up to and including a Lava Golem. On top of that, there's the Ice Dungeon (containing Ice Titans) and most dangerously Thor's Volcano. Naturally, you can just strut in to any of them with no special protection whatsoever, apparently with no so much as feeling a bit warm or a minor chill.

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* ConvectionSchmonvection: Rather blatant. Near Juno there's a place outright called the Magma Dungeon, containing several fire monsters, up to and including a Lava Golem. On top of that, there's the Ice Dungeon (containing Ice Titans) and most dangerously Thor's Volcano. Naturally, you can just strut in to any of them with no special protection whatsoever, apparently with no not so much as feeling a bit warm or a minor chill.



* CuteMonsterGirl: Tons.

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* CuteMonsterGirl: Tons. From topless half-women, half-snakes, to ghostly apparitions and spirits.



* DisabilitySuperpower[=/=]InterfaceScrew: Played with, a little brutally, by the Star Knight/Taekwon Master class. Their skill, 'Demon of the Sun, Moon, and Stars' (or 'Solar, Lunar, and Stellar Shadow'), grants its owner a + 30% bonus to Attack Speed - note, this bonus is ''insanely large''. In exchange? The character's ''sight''. This isn't like the 'Blind' status effect, where a character takes a hit to their accuracy - accuracy is just fine. However the player's screen becomes black the moment this skill is learned, with a lighted area surrounding their character. As the skill is levelled up and the attack speed bonus moves closer to + 30%, the lighted area shrinks, until at level 10 and + 30% ASPD, the tiles immediately surrounding a character can ''just be made out''. These effects are permanent and utterly irrevocable.
** Not to mention their 'Solar, Lunar and Stellar Union', which lets them go [[DragonBall Super Saiyan]] on enemies, at the cost of losing a percentage of their HP ''per attack''. The fact that you need a buff from a Soul Linker, their counterpart class, makes one wonder if it's really worth it...

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* DisabilitySuperpower[=/=]InterfaceScrew: DisabilitySuperpower:
**
Played with, a little brutally, by the Star Knight/Taekwon Gladiator/Taekwon Master class. Their skill, 'Demon of the Sun, Moon, and Stars' (or 'Solar, Lunar, and Stellar Shadow'), grants its owner a + 30% bonus to Attack Speed - note, this bonus is ''insanely large''. In exchange? The character's ''sight''. This isn't like the 'Blind' status effect, where a character takes a hit to their accuracy - accuracy is just fine. However the player's screen becomes black the moment this skill is learned, with a lighted area surrounding their character. As the skill is levelled up and the attack speed bonus moves closer to + 30%, the lighted area shrinks, until at level 10 and + 30% ASPD, the tiles immediately surrounding a character can ''just be made out''. These effects are permanent and utterly irrevocable.
** Not to mention their From the same class, 'Solar, Lunar and Stellar Union', which lets them go [[DragonBall Super Saiyan]] on enemies, at the cost of losing a percentage of their HP ''per attack''. The fact that you need a buff from a Soul Linker, their counterpart class, makes one wonder if it's really worth it...it.



* DownTheDrain: The different culvert areas.

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* DownTheDrain: The different culvert areas.areas demand that you traipse in partly flooded large drains infested with monsters, and is in fact mandatory if you want to challenge the Golden Thief Bug, who lives in the bottom-most floor of the culvert system.



* DubNameChange: The international server changed Professor to Scholar, Creator to Biochemist, Whitesmith to Mastersmith, and Clown to Minstrel. And that's just the classes.
** An interesting case with Clown to Minstrel example is that its third job counterpart is called Minstrel. The iRO GM had no choice but to change the name Minstrel to Maestro.

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* DubNameChange: The international server changed Professor to Scholar, Creator to Biochemist, Whitesmith to Mastersmith, and Clown to Minstrel. And that's just the classes.
**
classes. An interesting case with Clown to Minstrel example is that its third job counterpart is called Minstrel. The iRO GM had no choice but to change the name Minstrel to Maestro.



* ElementalCrafting
* ElementalRockPaperScissors
* EvolutionaryLevels: Porings. The poring species of monster has an ill-defined evolutionary tree, including Poporing (green), Drops (yellow), Marin (blue), Ghostring (a ghostly poring), Angeling, Deviring, Mastering, Arch-Angeling...
** More keep getting added, too, like Metaling and Stapo.
** We've got the Pouring and Bombring to liven things up these days. And who could forget Pori Pori/Poring the Conqueror/Bring It On?
** With the Port Malaya update, we now have the [[http://ratemyserver.net/index.php?page=re_mob_db&mob_id=2316 Jejeling]], fashioned after the Philippine-exclusive "Jejemon" phenomenon.
* FantasyCounterpartCulture:

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* ElementalCrafting
ElementalCrafting: Any Blacksmith has the capability to forge a weapon imbued with an element.
* ElementalRockPaperScissors
ElementalRockPaperScissors: Not only are there ten elemental properties in the game that oppose each other, defending elements have four levels that dictate how much damage is resisted or enhanced based on the element. Any Ghost attack against Neutral 1 would do 70% damage, but any Ghost attack against Neutral 4 does absolutely nothing. Any Wind attack against Water 1 would deal 175% of damage, and against Water 4 would do 200%. Thus having weapons of specific elements is common in order to deal massive damage.
* EvolutionaryLevels: Porings. The poring species of monster has an ill-defined evolutionary tree, including Poporing (green), Drops (yellow), Marin (blue), Ghostring (a ghostly poring), Angeling, Deviring, Mastering, Arch-Angeling...
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Arch-Angeling. More keep getting added, too, like Metaling and Stapo.
** We've got
Stapo...and the Pouring and Pouring, Bombring to liven things up these days. And who could forget and Pori Pori/Poring the Conqueror/Bring It On?
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On to liven it up...and with the Port Malaya update, we now have the [[http://ratemyserver.net/index.php?page=re_mob_db&mob_id=2316 Jejeling]], fashioned after the Philippine-exclusive "Jejemon" phenomenon.
* FantasyCounterpartCulture:FantasyCounterpartCulture: Due to the Global Project, the game has several towns that are completely based off various real-world cultures.



** Rachel: Jerusalem.

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** Rachel: Jerusalem.Rachel is Israel.



* FireIceLightning, Earth
* FetchQuest: So many.
* FloatingContinent: Juno, Gonryun, and the second level of the Gonryun dungeon.

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* FireIceLightning, Earth
FireIceLightning: And Earth, among others. Lightning is known as Wind in the game.
* FetchQuest: So many.
At some point even the big story quests will involve fetching ''something''.
* FloatingContinent: Juno, Gonryun, and the second level of the Gonryun dungeon. No explanation given for Gonryun (except that it's based off the mystical Kunlun Mountains mythology), but Juno's flight is said to be powered by Heart of Ymir crystals.



* FullContactMagic: Spell Fist is about the power of a LEVEL 10 BOLT for a Sorcerer.

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* FullContactMagic: Spell Fist is about the power of a LEVEL ''level 10 BOLT Bolt spell'' for a Sorcerer.Sorcerer, and ''they'' can upgrade that skill further.



** Especially bad with the Monk/Champion class tree, but thankfully averted with the upcoming Shura third class.
** Also, Stalkers.

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** Especially The boob jiggle is especially bad with the Monk/Champion class tree, but thankfully averted with the upcoming Shura third class.
class due to them having {{Sarashi}}.
** Also, Stalkers.Stalkers get in on the jiggle party as well.



* TheGunslinger: The, well, Gunslinger class. Who, all by itself, brings PLENTY of additional, gun-related tropes into the game.

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* TheGunslinger: The, well, Gunslinger class. Who, all by itself, brings PLENTY of additional, gun-related tropes into the game. The entry for Gunslinger on the Characters page elaborates more on those.



* HealingShiv

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* HealingShivHealingShiv: Achievable in two ways.
** Slotting the Chepet card into a weapon means you heal people when you hit them. [[http://adultimum.net/rw/199/ Good if you don't mind the 5% chance.]]
** Because the Gunslinger skill animations are always of shooting someone, a Gunslinger using First Aid is theoretically healing themselves using their guns.



* HolidayMode: Lutie.
* HolyHandGrenade: The Acolyte magic skill Holy Light. The Archbishop gets a lot more options.
** May be played straight with the Paladin's Gloria Domini skill. It counts as a ranged attack, hits for 2000 HP at maximium skill and can damage even bosses since it ignores defenses.
* HorseOfADifferentColor: The [=PecoPecos=], for whom comparisons can of course be drawn to [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Chocobos]]. Except unlike the intelligent, highly empathetic, giant canary things, [=PecoPecos=] are big, dumb, orange toucan/dodo hybrids.

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* HolidayMode: Lutie.
Lutie, the Christmas town. Permanently.
* HolyHandGrenade: HolyHandGrenade:
**
The Acolyte magic skill Holy Light. The Archbishop gets a lot more options.
** May be played straight with the The Paladin's Gloria Domini skill. It counts as a ranged attack, hits for 2000 HP at maximium maximum skill and can damage even bosses since it ignores defenses.
* HorseOfADifferentColor: HorseOfADifferentColor:
**
The [=PecoPecos=], for whom comparisons can of course be drawn to [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Chocobos]]. Except unlike the intelligent, highly empathetic, giant canary things, [=PecoPecos=] are big, dumb, orange toucan/dodo hybrids.



* IceMagicIsWater: The "water" spells all come in form of ice-themed attacks such as Ice Bolt and Blizzard.

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* IceMagicIsWater: The "water" spells all come in form of ice-themed attacks such as Ice Bolt and Blizzard. The exception is Water Ball, but you have to be standing in water for that skill to work.



* ItemCrafting

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* ItemCraftingItemCrafting: Many of the classes have their own crafting skills, rather than crafting professions being available to all classes. This enables them to be fairly self-sufficient, provided they invest in these skills.
** Archers can make their own arrows, provided they have enough of the right woods.
** Acolytes can create Holy Water.
** Blacksmiths, obviously. Their skills require the use of a specific hammer, an anvil of which the quality of metal dictates the success rate, and a mini portable forge.
** Alchemists can brew potions and bombs.
** Assassins make poisons.
** Rune Knights have the ability to create runes to enhance their fighting.



* LifeMeter
* LightningBruiser: Two-Handed Lord Knights in Frenzy. Lord Knights with Frenzy! Especially one that's well built.

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* LifeMeter
LifeMeter: Two meters are displayed under your character (one if it's your party member). The green one on the top is your health, the blue bar at the bottom is your SP.
* LightningBruiser: Two-Handed Lord Knights in Frenzy. Lord Knights with Frenzy! Especially one that's well built.using Two-Hand Quicken, Awakening Potions, a high AGI stat and switching on Frenzy are ridiculous. You're basically a fairly resilient attacker who will dodge most attacks and deal out pain fairly speedily.



* LuckBasedMission: Certain quests involve this.

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* LuckBasedMission: Certain quests involve this.a fair amount of luck.



* MagicDance: Dancers.
* MagicKnight: The Sage/Professor/Sorcerer and Crusader/Paladin/Royal Guard classes, as well as the new Rune Knight third class.

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* MagicDance: Dancers.
Dancers, obviously. They can put monsters to sleep, for one.
* MagicKnight: MagicKnight:
**
The Sage/Professor/Sorcerer and Crusader/Paladin/Royal Guard classes, as well as the new Rune Knight third class.



* ManaMeter

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* ManaMeterManaMeter: There is one under your LifeMeter. You don't see it on your party members, however.



** Also, the trading of these items is the backbone of the game economy and you almost never see a player without some sort of hat. So, really, Rune-Midgard is a PlanetOfHats wherein [[IncrediblyLamePun its hat is about wearing]] {{Nice Hat}}s.
** There's a saying kicking about the community. You can always tell for certain a female character has a female player, if [[HairDecorations her character is running around with lots of different hats]], despite their statistical effects.

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** Also, the The trading of these items is the backbone of the game economy and you almost never see a player without some sort of hat. So, really, Rune-Midgard is a PlanetOfHats wherein [[IncrediblyLamePun its hat is about wearing]] {{Nice Hat}}s.
** There's a saying kicking about the community. You can always tell for certain a female character has a female player, if [[HairDecorations her character is running around with lots of different hats]], hats]] despite their statistical effects.



** OneHitKill: Every attacking skill has potential to be one. The most infamous example would be Ashura Strike/Guillotine Fist for the Monk branch and Killing Stroke for Ninja.
** This ''does'' allow for bragging rights if you manage to beat them without access to a similar move.

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** OneHitKill: Every attacking skill has potential to be one. The most infamous example would be Ashura Strike/Guillotine Fist for the Monk branch and Killing Stroke for Ninja.
**
Ninja. This ''does'' allow for bragging rights if you manage to beat them without access to a similar move.



* PlayerVersusPlayer

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* PlayerVersusPlayerPlayerVersusPlayer: Both in the form of normal PvP arenas and the War of Emperium. Some servers set themselves to PvP in the open world.



* PurelyAestheticGender: Mostly true, but averted when it comes to the 2-2 classes for Archers: Females become Dancers, and males become Bards. The division continues for subsequent class advancement.
** And now the Kagerou/Oboro update for the Ninja class, which gives each gender exclusive skills in the same manner as the Bard/Dancer example.

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* PurelyAestheticGender: Mostly true, but averted when it comes to except for the aversions:
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2-2 classes for Archers: Females become Dancers, and males become Bards. The division continues for subsequent class advancement.
** And now the The Kagerou/Oboro update for the Ninja class, which gives each gender exclusive skills in the same manner as the Bard/Dancer example.
16th Feb '16 12:24:07 PM erforce
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* ShoutOut: Priests using ''golf clubs''? [[{{Dogma}} That sounds familiar.]]

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* ShoutOut: Priests using ''golf clubs''? [[{{Dogma}} [[Film/{{Dogma}} That sounds familiar.]]
23rd Nov '15 1:17:15 AM DragonQuestZ
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Added DiffLines:

** RandomDropBooster: It has the bubblegum item, which increases item drop rates 100% for 30 minutes. It's not an ordinary item and is usually given out as an event prize.
23rd Sep '15 4:03:56 PM nombretomado
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** With the entire setting being based significantly on NorseMythology, as well. But it still tastes Catholic.

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** With the entire setting being based significantly on NorseMythology, Myth/NorseMythology, as well. But it still tastes Catholic.



* NorseMythology: The setting is very Norse-mythos influenced; Episode 14.1 introduced the Bifrost itself into the world and Nifleheim actually exists as a town you can visit, for example.
8th Sep '15 8:30:52 PM phoenix
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* DetachedSleeves:
** Gypsy class. Case rested.
** Scholars, too.
** And now Sorcerers.
18th Aug '15 8:04:22 PM nombretomado
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* {{Emulation}}: Some private servers run the semi-legal eAthena core architecture, which is a Ragnarok Online server emulator. Others run on a pirated version of Gravity's Aegis core. The first is legal right up until servers start putting copyrighted media (the rest of the game) on it, the other is entirely illegal.
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