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15th Jul '14 9:44:23 AM NotJim99
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** Selphy has own unique sense of logic as well, like writing you a letter that she's really hungry asking you to mail her food.

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** Selphy has her own unique sense of logic as well, like writing you a letter saying that she's really hungry asking you to mail her food.
26th Jun '14 8:14:19 PM serpentchan
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** Also depends on the rod. The "[[BlowYouAway Storm Rod]]" is invaluable. It surrounds you with a wall of wind that hurts enemies. Meaning you can ''run'' at your enemies to hurt them, until the effect wears off. Other rods have similar uses but fit the trope due to RP cost.
*** Actually, Storm Rod's drawback isn't exactly the RP use. It's that the wind wall disappears pretty quickly for a spell you have to spend a second's casting time in a vulnerable position... The up-side is that it doesn't miss.
**** The Storm Rod does negate fireballs though (and maybe other magical projectiles), and it has significant knockback, making it the ideal weapon for a low level run through the Lava Ruins, as long as you are aware of how long it takes for the wind wall to start up and abate later. Especially when coupled with jam doping (which gives RP and a temporary boost to your magic stat). It also makes the Lava Ruins boss laughably easy if you can are familiar with the timing of the attacks (for a first-timer, just die several times trying to kill the boss)and can dodge somewhat well. Low level runs are also useful beyond Bragging Rights Rewards as you get access to money quicker in the early game.
***** The Storm Rod is the single most helpful weapon while fighting the boss of the game. It allows you to protect yourself from those horrible bugs he summons and still strike him.

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** Also depends on the rod. The "[[BlowYouAway Storm Rod]]" is invaluable. It surrounds you with a wall of wind that hurts enemies. Meaning you can ''run'' at your enemies to hurt them, until the effect wears off. Other rods have similar uses but fit While the trope due to RP cost.
*** Actually, Storm Rod's drawback
duration isn't exactly the RP use. It's that the wind wall disappears pretty quickly for a spell you have to spend a second's casting time in a vulnerable position... The up-side is long, that it doesn't miss.
**** The Storm Rod does negate fireballs though (and maybe other magical projectiles),
reflects fireballs, defends against physical attacks, and it has significant still lets you charge at your target and hit with considerable knockback, making it the ideal weapon for a low level run through the Lava Ruins, as long as you are aware of how long it takes for the wind wall to start up and abate later. Especially when coupled with jam doping (which gives RP and a temporary boost to your magic stat). It also makes the Lava Ruins boss laughably easy if you can it handy in quite a few situations. There are familiar a few other rods with similar effects, but the timing of RP cost on them his higher, or they don't grant the attacks (for a first-timer, just die several times trying to kill the boss)and can dodge somewhat well. Low level runs are also useful beyond Bragging Rights Rewards as you get access to money quicker in the early game.
***** The Storm Rod is the single most helpful weapon while fighting the boss of the game. It allows you to protect yourself from those horrible bugs he summons and still strike him.
same mobility.
1st Jun '14 2:37:38 PM starofjusticev21
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** Did we mention that apart from Marco and Candy, the only [=NPCs=] to actually don bathing suits are potential spouses? And if you get their affection high enough you can give them skimpier ones as gifts?

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** Did we mention that apart Apart from Marco and Candy, the only [=NPCs=] to actually don bathing suits are potential spouses? spouses. And if you get their affection high enough you can give them skimpier ones as gifts?gifts.
2nd Apr '14 4:35:30 PM NotJim99
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* TheWikiRule: [[[[http://therunefactory.wikia.com/wiki/Rune_Factory_Wiki Here]]
27th Feb '14 4:35:46 PM Prfnoff
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Both the Japanese and English dubs have a deal of [[NamesToKnowInAnime well-known voices]].
** Raguna
*** (JP) Creator/RomiPark: [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Edward Elric]], [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Hitsugaya Toushirou]]
*** (EN) JohnnyYongBosch: [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Kurosaki Ichigo]], [[CodeGeass Lelouch Lamperouge]], [[{{Trigun}} Vash the Stampede]]
** Mist
*** (JP) Koshimizu Ami: [[CodeGeass Kallen Stadtfeld]], [[SchoolRumble Tsukamoto Tenma]], [[{{Persona4}} Amagi Yukiko]]
*** (EN) StephanieSheh: [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Inoue Orihime]], [[VideoGame/{{TalesOfTheAbyss}} Natalia Luzu Kimlasca-Lanvaldear]]
** Rosetta
*** (JP) Kano Yui: [[VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles Edy]] (Yes, [[EnsembleDarkhorse that one]].)
*** (EN) JulieAnnTaylor: [[VideoGame/{{TalesOfVesperia}} Karol Capel]], [[VideoGame/{{Blazblue}} Tsubaki Yayoi]]
** Melody
*** (JP) Kanda Akemi: [[{{Negima}} Kagurazaka Asuna]], [[{{Persona4}} Dojima Nanako]]
** Lara
*** (JP) Aizawa Mai: [[{{Negima}} Murakami Natsumi]]
*** (EN) Karen Strassman: [[CodeGeass Kallen Stadtfeld]], [[{{Persona4}} Nanako]], [[{{Persona3}} Aigis]], [[RozenMaiden Suigintou]]
** Tabatha
*** (JP) Satou Akemi: [[{{Kanon}} Misaka Shiori]]
** Eunice
*** (JP) Ueda Kana: [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Yagami Hayate]], [[LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru Fukuzawa Yumi]], [[FateStayNight Tousaka Rin]]
** Selphy
*** (JP) Orikasa Fumiko: [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Kuchiki Rukia]], [[DevilMayCryTheAnimatedSeries Lady]], [[{{Hellsing}} Seras Victoria]]
*** (EN) WendeeLee: SuzumiyaHaruhi, [[LuckyStar Izumi Konata]]
** Uzuki
*** (JP) Sawashiro Miyuki: [[LightNovel/GoshuushouSamaNinomiyaKun Hojo Reika]], [[ArTonelico Cloche]]
** Iris Blanche
*** (JP) Nogawa Sakura: [[ArTonelico Misha Arsellec Lune]], [[Manga/AzumangaDaioh Kaorin]]
*** (EN) MichelleRuff: [[LuckyStar Hiiragi Tsukasa]], [[{{Durarara}} Sonohara Anri]], [[TalkingToHerself Iris Noire]]
** Iris Noire
*** (JP) Satou Rina: [[{{Negima}} Negi Springfield]], [[{{Minami-ke}} Minami Haruka]]
*** (EN) MichelleRuff: [[HaruhiSuzumiya Nagato Yuki]], [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Kuchiki Rukia]], [[TalkingToHerself Iris Blanche]]
26th Feb '14 6:47:48 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* TheQuietOne: Cinnamon. Even lampshaded by Raguna.

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* TheQuietOne: Cinnamon. Even Kross and Cinnamon.
** This is
lampshaded by Raguna.Raguna and addressed during on conversation with her.



* ThatCameOutWrong
--> '''Rosetta''': You seem to have a nice body... Ah! I didn't mean it that way! Don't misunderstand me!



* ThatCameOutWrong
--> '''Rosetta''': You seem to have a nice body... Ah! I didn't mean it that way! Don't misunderstand me!
* TheQuietOne: Kross and Cinnamon.
** This is lampshaded by Raguna and addressed during on conversation with her.
--> ''Raguna'': Cinnamon, you're very to the point.
--> ''Cinnamon'': It's a pain to talk

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* ThatCameOutWrong
--> '''Rosetta''': You seem
VerbalTic: Cinnamon has a tendency to have a nice body... Ah! I didn't mean it that way! Don't misunderstand me!
* TheQuietOne: Kross and Cinnamon.
** This is lampshaded by Raguna and addressed during on conversation
end her sentences with her.
--> ''Raguna'': Cinnamon, you're very to the point.
--> ''Cinnamon'': It's
"It's a pain to talkmystery."



* VerbalTic: Cinnamon has a tendency to end her sentences with "It's a mystery."
29th Dec '13 12:08:11 PM StFan
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A direct sequel to the first ''VideoGame/RuneFactory'' game and the series' debut on a home console. Unlike some were led to believe, this is neither a port nor remake.

Raguna, TheHero from the original ''[=Rune Factory=],'' left Kardia in search of Mist and arrived at a border village called Trampoli. Turns out Mist moved there because someone's been calling out to her in her dreams. With Mist anchored in Trampoli for now, [[ExcusePlot Raguna also decided to stay and keep an eye on her]], doing what he does best; running a farm. But there seems to be some disturbance on [[SpaceWhale Whale Island]], a giant mass of land floating above the village; and he'll have to do something about it before that island loses its power and falls upon Trampoli right below.

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'''''Rune Factory Frontier''''' is a
direct sequel to the first ''VideoGame/RuneFactory'' game and the series' debut on a home console. Unlike some were led to believe, this is neither a port nor remake.

Raguna, TheHero from the original ''[=Rune Factory=],'' ''Rune Factory'', left Kardia in search of Mist and arrived at a border village called Trampoli. Turns out Mist moved there because someone's been calling out to her in her dreams. With Mist anchored in Trampoli for now, [[ExcusePlot Raguna also decided to stay and keep an eye on her]], doing what he does best; running a farm. But there seems to be some disturbance on [[SpaceWhale Whale Island]], a giant mass of land floating above the village; and he'll have to do something about it before that island loses its power and falls upon Trampoli right below.



!!This game provides examples of the following:

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!!This game !!''Rune Factory Frontier'' provides examples of the following:
following tropes:



* AGodAmI: [[spoiler:Gelwein, after powering up with the Dark Rune. Until all the girls come in to save your arse, anyway.]]



* FuroScene: Subverted; you don't get to see the girls on the other side, but you can clearly hear what they're talking about. You pay a very small price for accidential eavsdropping, though.

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* FuroScene: Subverted; you don't get to see the girls on the other side, but you can clearly hear what they're talking about. You pay a very small price for accidential eavsdropping, though.accidental eavesdropping, though.
* AGodAmI: [[spoiler:Gelwein, after powering up with the Dark Rune. Until all the girls come in to save your arse, anyway.]]



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The bath scenes, though only conveyed through dialogue, often get pretty suggestive. This game is rated E10+.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
**
The bath scenes, though only conveyed through dialogue, often get pretty suggestive. This game is rated E10+.
29th Dec '13 12:05:30 PM StFan
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* IWantYouToMeetAnOldFriendOfMine: In the English version, Raguna is voiced by [[{{Bleach}} Ichigo]], so he's probably already familiar with the Irises, who are voiced by [[{{Bleach}} Rukia]].

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* IWantYouToMeetAnOldFriendOfMine: In the English version, Raguna is voiced by [[{{Bleach}} [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Ichigo]], so he's probably already familiar with the Irises, who are voiced by [[{{Bleach}} [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Rukia]].
29th Dec '13 11:22:07 AM Apocrypha
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* IWantYouToMeetAnOldFriendOfMine: In the English version, Raguna is voiced by [[{{Bleach}} Ichigo]], so he's probably already familiar with the Irises, who are voiced by [[{{Bleach}} Rukia]].
26th Nov '13 6:40:23 PM Discar
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* HotShounenMom: Rita.
** Ahem. Ganesha?
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