History VideoGame / Rift

6th May '18 3:01:39 PM nombretomado
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* OmnicidalManiac: Regulos, the Death Dragon. Apparently, he's ''offended'' by living existence in much the same way [[TransformersGeneration1 Unicron]] is, although his hunger doesn't ''quite'' match (he doesn't seem interested in eating his own minions unless [[YouHaveFailedMe they mess up]], for one).

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* OmnicidalManiac: Regulos, the Death Dragon. Apparently, he's ''offended'' by living existence in much the same way [[TransformersGeneration1 [[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 Unicron]] is, although his hunger doesn't ''quite'' match (he doesn't seem interested in eating his own minions unless [[YouHaveFailedMe they mess up]], for one).
14th Nov '17 7:50:31 PM PaulA
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** One of the quests you can give a minion is called "[[ThePrincessBride What is my way, Vizzini]]?"

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** One of the quests you can give a minion is called "[[ThePrincessBride "[[Film/ThePrincessBride What is my way, Vizzini]]?"Vizzini?]]"
20th Sep '17 5:59:38 PM Spirare
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** Somewhat {{Subverted}} in that creating a single character gives you access to exactly 25% of all possible character configurations for a token fee. If you want to see and try everything, you only need four different characters, which is more than most {{MMORPG}}s can say.

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** Somewhat {{Subverted}} in that creating a single character gives you access to exactly 25% 20% of all possible character configurations for a token fee. If you want to see and try everything, you only need four five different characters, which is more than most {{MMORPG}}s can say.
12th Sep '17 10:40:48 PM Spirare
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* {{Altitis}}: First-time players may suffer from this. There are four "Callings" (which follow the usual RPG "Warrior, Mage, Rogue, Cleric" thing), which are to classes as Super Tropes are to tropes. Each Calling has 8 distinct classes, and you (eventually) get to pick three of them to use in combination. So, you're probably going to be doing a fair bit of tinkering to see not only which Calling is right for you, but which combination of classes is best for you.

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* {{Altitis}}: First-time players may suffer from this. There are four five "Callings" (which follow the usual RPG "Warrior, Mage, Rogue, Cleric" thing), thing, plus the fifth Primalist), which are to classes souls (classes) as [[SuperTrope Super Tropes Tropes]] are to tropes. Each Calling has 8 distinct classes, souls by default (with up to 3 additional souls purchasable using credits), and you (eventually) get to pick three of them to use in combination. So, you're probably going to be doing a fair bit of tinkering to see not only which Calling is right for you, but which combination of classes souls is best for you.
4th Sep '17 10:52:46 AM HalcyonDayz
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** One of the NPCs in Perspice is named Dehni Elphman, this is most likely a reference to Music/DannyElfman.

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** One of the NPCs {{Non Player Character}}s in Perspice is named Dehni Elphman, this is most likely a reference to Music/DannyElfman.
26th Jul '17 12:01:03 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* AchievementMockery: Killing innocent animals occasionally drops their tears as artifacts, with flavor text such as "So sad." and "You murderer." Not only is there a full set of such artifacts, there is even an achievement for collecting 20 of a certain type.
19th Jul '17 12:23:26 AM Spirare
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* DualBoss: Many of these appear throughout the game's various quests, chronicles, dungeons and raids. Trio bosses can appear too. In many cases their mechanics are directly tied to the accompanying bosses in some way.
* DuelBoss: General Grim in the Exodus of the Storm Queen dungeon demands that one player fight him alone when he reaches 40% health. From there, the chosen player gains unique abilities they have to use to quickly counter his attacks to avoid death.
30th Jun '17 5:37:39 AM QuantumToast
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The second ExpansionPack, ''Nightmare Tide'', was released October 22, 2014, and the third, ''Prophecy of Ahnket'' (formerly ''Starfall Prophecy''), was released November 16, 2016.


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The second ExpansionPack, ''Nightmare Tide'', was released October 22, 2014, and the third, ''Prophecy of Ahnket'' (formerly [[note]]formerly ''Starfall Prophecy''), Prophecy''[[/note]], was released November 16, 2016.

30th Jun '17 5:35:49 AM QuantumToast
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The second ExpansionPack, ''Nightmare Tide'', was released October 22, 2014, and the third, ''Prophect of Ahnket'' (formerly ''Starfall Prophecy''), was released November 16, 2016.


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The second ExpansionPack, ''Nightmare Tide'', was released October 22, 2014, and the third, ''Prophect ''Prophecy of Ahnket'' (formerly ''Starfall Prophecy''), was released November 16, 2016.

30th Jun '17 5:35:05 AM QuantumToast
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The second ExpansionPack, ''Nightmare Tide'', was released October 22, 2014, and the third, ''Starfall Prophecy'', was released November 16, 2016.


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The second ExpansionPack, ''Nightmare Tide'', was released October 22, 2014, and the third, ''Prophect of Ahnket'' (formerly ''Starfall Prophecy'', Prophecy''), was released November 16, 2016.




* YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm: "A sailor might see a shark feed, and say he has seen hunger, or through a shark’s black eyes he might understand hunger and go mad. This is the difference between the true nature of the Blood Storm, and the dragon forms they take upon Telara."

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* YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm: "A sailor might see a shark feed, and say he has seen hunger, or through a shark’s shark’s black eyes he might understand hunger and go mad. This is the difference between the true nature of the Blood Storm, and the dragon forms they take upon Telara."
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