History VideoGame / SkiesOfArcadia

3rd Jun '17 7:49:14 AM Dere
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It also received a manga, which keeps the game's core story elements, but also takes some [[DarkerAndEdgier creative liberties]] as well; Vyse is also a lot more reckless, and Fina more angsty.

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It also received a manga, manga adaptation, which keeps the game's core story elements, but also takes some [[DarkerAndEdgier creative liberties]] as well; [[CharacterExaggeration Vyse is also a lot more reckless, and Fina is more angsty.
angsty]].
24th May '17 8:54:23 AM thatmadork
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* BettyAndVeronica: Loosely speaking, Fina and Aika, respectively. However, it is [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] and largely [[AvertedTrope averted]], because neither girl actively pursues Vyse.

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* BettyAndVeronica: Loosely speaking, hauntingly beautiful waif from another world Fina vs. ActionGirl childhood friend and partner-in-crime Aika, respectively. However, it is [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] and largely [[AvertedTrope averted]], because neither girl actively pursues Vyse.
1st May '17 10:29:05 AM rmctagg09
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* BeehiveBarrier: The Dome of Light that protects [[spoiler: Soltis]]. Also, taking "evasive action" is represented as this.

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* BeehiveBarrier: The Dome of Light that protects [[spoiler: Soltis]].[[spoiler:Soltis]]. Also, taking "evasive action" is represented as this.



* ColonyDrop: The Prophecy Crew Special command drops one of the moons onto the enemies Vyse and co. are facing. Near the end of the game, [[spoiler: The Silvite Elders]] do this with [[spoiler:the Silver Shrine]] in order to help Vyse and co. past the BeehiveBarrier and into TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon.

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* ColonyDrop: The Prophecy Crew Special command drops one of the moons onto the enemies Vyse and co. are facing. Near the end of the game, [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Silvite Elders]] do this with [[spoiler:the Silver Shrine]] in order to help Vyse and co. past the BeehiveBarrier and into TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon.



** [[spoiler: The civilization that used to lie under the [[PowerOfTheVoid silver moon]] was incredibly powerful but gripped by nihilism.]]

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** [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The civilization that used to lie under the [[PowerOfTheVoid silver moon]] was incredibly powerful but gripped by nihilism.]]



** After getting a base, Aika comments that Fina is sounding more like an Air Pirate each day, and that by the time they're done, she'll be dressed like one and Cupil will be wearing an eyepatch. [[spoiler: All of this is true in the ending.]]

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** After getting a base, Aika comments that Fina is sounding more like an Air Pirate each day, and that by the time they're done, she'll be dressed like one and Cupil will be wearing an eyepatch. [[spoiler: All [[spoiler:All of this is true in the ending.]]



* GondorCallsForAid: The ending, [[spoiler:when absolutely ''everyone'' you met that has a ship shows up to help Vyse and friends.]] This is particularly impressive, as Gondor did not even call for aid. When the events that lead Vyse into a Heroic BSOD occur, [[spoiler: Drachma, Gilder's crew, as well as all the Air Pirates in the game, both Blue Rogues and Black Pirates alike, as well as the Yafutoman navy and the Tenkou, and finally Vyse's father all just show up unnannounced at Vyse's base because they know he is the only guy crazy and determined enough to take on Galcian's Armada.]] In a sense, ''[[InvertedTrope Aid calls for Gondor]].''

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* GondorCallsForAid: The ending, [[spoiler:when absolutely ''everyone'' you met that has a ship shows up to help Vyse and friends.]] This is particularly impressive, as Gondor did not even call for aid. When the events that lead Vyse into a Heroic BSOD occur, [[spoiler: Drachma, [[spoiler:Drachma, Gilder's crew, as well as all the Air Pirates in the game, both Blue Rogues and Black Pirates alike, as well as the Yafutoman navy and the Tenkou, and finally Vyse's father all just show up unnannounced at Vyse's base because they know he is the only guy crazy and determined enough to take on Galcian's Armada.]] In a sense, ''[[InvertedTrope Aid calls for Gondor]].''



** The Purple Civilization. Very little is known about them, and they all just disappeared after the Rains, despite their capitol having survived intact. Unlike the other five, they aren't shown to have any descendants whatsoever. However, it is implied that they [[spoiler: were all killed by Plergoth after his master died and they lost control of him, since they were unable to remove the Purple Moon Crystal.]] Interestingly, their dungeon contains trivia questions about them required to pass.

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** The Purple Civilization. Very little is known about them, and they all just disappeared after the Rains, despite their capitol having survived intact. Unlike the other five, they aren't shown to have any descendants whatsoever. However, it is implied that they [[spoiler: were [[spoiler:were all killed by Plergoth after his master died and they lost control of him, since they were unable to remove the Purple Moon Crystal.]] Interestingly, their dungeon contains trivia questions about them required to pass.



* ItsTheJourneyThatCounts: Daccat's "treasure"...or so it would seem, at first. [[spoiler: You can sell the "treasure" later for 20,000 gold.]] The real point of the exercise is to reunite Vyse, Aika, and Fina. See? Greed really ''is'' good.

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* ItsTheJourneyThatCounts: Daccat's "treasure"...or so it would seem, at first. [[spoiler: You [[spoiler:You can sell the "treasure" later for 20,000 gold.]] The real point of the exercise is to reunite Vyse, Aika, and Fina. See? Greed really ''is'' good.



** [[spoiler: This is because Galcian and Ramirez know that they will have access to the Silver crystal(s) before Vyse, and they know the Silver crystal is the last logical step in Vyse's plans, so Galcian uses them as a MacGuffinDeliveryService in getting the purple and yellow crystals when his Admirals have previously failed]]

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** [[spoiler: This [[spoiler:This is because Galcian and Ramirez know that they will have access to the Silver crystal(s) before Vyse, and they know the Silver crystal is the last logical step in Vyse's plans, so Galcian uses them as a MacGuffinDeliveryService in getting the purple and yellow crystals when his Admirals have previously failed]]



** [[spoiler: The Silvite Elders, who sacrifice their colony to prevent Ramirez from using the Rains of Destruction and to break the barrier surrounding Soltis.]]

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** [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Silvite Elders, who sacrifice their colony to prevent Ramirez from using the Rains of Destruction and to break the barrier surrounding Soltis.]]



* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: [[spoiler: Following Galcian's death, Ramirez decides to unleash Zelos on the world, because the party and Belleza killed him, and it's "what he would have wanted".]]

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* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: [[spoiler: Following [[spoiler:Following Galcian's death, Ramirez decides to unleash Zelos on the world, because the party and Belleza killed him, and it's "what he would have wanted".]]



** Subverted - Galcian expects [[spoiler: her to perish in the meteor rain on Valua. ''She survives.'']]

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** Subverted - Galcian expects [[spoiler: her [[spoiler:her to perish in the meteor rain on Valua. ''She survives.'']]



** Actually ''subverted:'' On very rare occasions, a boss will just happen to not be immune to one of the StandardStatusEffects. For instance, [[spoiler: the Rik'Talish is not immune to Stone, and Vigoro II is not immune to Confuse.]] Of course, finding out which bosses aren't immune to which status effects [[GuideDangIt takes a while.]]

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** Actually ''subverted:'' On very rare occasions, a boss will just happen to not be immune to one of the StandardStatusEffects. For instance, [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Rik'Talish is not immune to Stone, and Vigoro II is not immune to Confuse.]] Of course, finding out which bosses aren't immune to which status effects [[GuideDangIt takes a while.]]



** Ramirez is also ''surprisingly'' honest with Vyse and the others, particularly during [[spoiler: his siege on Crescent Isle, which includes a {{Motive Rant}} as well as several [[WhamLine Wham Lines]] that turn out to be 100% true.]]

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** Ramirez is also ''surprisingly'' honest with Vyse and the others, particularly during [[spoiler: his [[spoiler:his siege on Crescent Isle, which includes a {{Motive Rant}} as well as several [[WhamLine Wham Lines]] that turn out to be 100% true.]]



** Once you get the Yafutoman tech, you can actually fly under Valua and get back into Lower Valua that way. [[spoiler: At least until the city goes bye-bye.]]

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** Once you get the Yafutoman tech, you can actually fly under Valua and get back into Lower Valua that way. [[spoiler: At [[spoiler:At least until the city goes bye-bye.]]



* YouCantThwartStageOne: Mostly accurate, though played with. [[spoiler: Galcian is killed after he successfully raises Soltis. Ramirez, shattered by his death, assumes control and decides to destroy the world rather than rule it]].

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* YouCantThwartStageOne: Mostly accurate, though played with. [[spoiler: Galcian [[spoiler:Galcian is killed after he successfully raises Soltis. Ramirez, shattered by his death, assumes control and decides to destroy the world rather than rule it]].
30th Apr '17 12:47:02 PM eroock
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: There are six moons, each in a geostationary orbit over a different part of the planet. They're pretty evenly spread, despite the fact that a geostationary orbit requires the object to be directly above the planet's equator. (Though it's debatable whether Arcadia even ''has'' an equator, being [[VideogameGeography doughnut-shaped]]...)



* WeirdMoon: The six moons are pretty evenly spread, despite the fact that a geostationary orbit requires the object to be directly above the planet's equator. And of course, since the moons provide elementally aligned Moon Stones to power all magic and tech on the planet, the moons are thus ColorCodedForYourConvenience. It's stated in-game that the world is believed (then proven, as it's a Discovery) to be a sphere. This raises some interesting questions about the placement of the moons and how Arcadia is, in fact, situated.
** Even odder is the implication (from the "Black Moon Stone" discovery) that there was once a seventh Black Moon, which possibly sank under the cloud barrier and is generating the Dark Rift. Arcadia ''ate a moon''.

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* WeirdMoon: The six moons are pretty evenly spread, despite the fact that a geostationary orbit requires the object to be directly above the planet's equator. And of course, since the moons provide elementally aligned Moon Stones to power all magic and tech on the planet, the moons are thus ColorCodedForYourConvenience. It's stated in-game that the world is believed (then proven, as it's a Discovery) to be a sphere. This raises some interesting questions about the placement of the moons and how Arcadia is, in fact, situated.
** Even odder is the implication (from the "Black Moon Stone" discovery) that there was once a seventh Black Moon, which possibly sank under the cloud barrier and is generating the Dark Rift. Arcadia ''ate a moon''.


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** As an added bonus, the moons supply Arcadia with [[GreenRocks Moon Stones]], which are the foundation of all magic and [[{{Magitek}} technology]] on the planet - each moon provides magic governing a different {{element|alPowers}}, so they're ColorCodedForYourConvenience.
** Even odder is the implication (from the "Black Moon Stone" discovery) that there was once a seventh Black Moon, which possibly sank under the cloud barrier and is generating the Dark Rift. Arcadia ''ate a moon''.
30th Apr '17 12:40:54 PM eroock
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-->--'''Vyse'''

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-->--'''Vyse'''
-->-- '''Vyse'''
21st Apr '17 11:48:30 AM Grammarific
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** The final dungeon, Soltis, is split between the rotted-out periphery (which has been exposed to the elements for thousands of years) and the pristine interior, which is clean as a whistle and still humming with energy. In fact, Soltis is in amazing shape, considering it's been encased in mud all this time.

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** The final dungeon, Soltis, is split between the rotted-out periphery (which has been exposed to the elements for thousands hundreds of years) and the pristine interior, which is clean as a whistle and still humming with energy. In fact, Soltis is in amazing shape, considering it's been encased in mud all this time.



** The bounties, ''Baltor the Blackbearded'', ''Gordo the Round'', ''Loose Cannon Lapen'', ''Vize the Fallen Pirate/Legend'', and ''Daikokuya the Wealthy''.

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** The bounties, ''Baltor the Blackbearded'', ''Gordo the Round'', ''Loose Cannon Lapen'', ''Vize ''Vyse the Fallen Pirate/Legend'', and ''Daikokuya the Wealthy''.



* SimilarSquad: Vyze the "Fallen Pirate". The disguise holds up until the minute he [[AnnoyingLaugh opens his whiny mouth]].

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* SimilarSquad: Vyze Vize the "Fallen Pirate". The disguise holds up until the minute he [[AnnoyingLaugh opens his whiny mouth]].



* SoundCodedForYourConvenience: A boss has three types of music play: the initial theme, the "Uh-oh, you're losing" dirge when the party's health is low (get used to that one), and "Victory is at hand" music which plays once the boss in on the ropes.

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* SoundCodedForYourConvenience: A standard boss has three types of music play: the initial theme, the "Uh-oh, you're losing" dirge when the party's health is low (get used to that one), and the "Victory is at hand" music which plays once the boss in on the ropes.ropes (as long as your party's health isn't too low).



** Likewise, legendary air pirate Daccat should be Ducat.

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** Likewise, legendary air pirate Daccat should be Ducat.Ducat, and Piastol should be Piaster or Piastre.



* TraintopBattle: It's possible to face Galcian very early, on top of the Valuan monorail. Take Aika's word for it; [[HopelessBossFight just move along]].

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* TraintopBattle: It's possible to face Galcian very early, on top of the Valuan monorail. Take Aika's word for it; it, and [[HopelessBossFight just move along]].



** BrokenBridge: As you might expect from a game that gives you the GlobalAirship right away, the Broken Bridges in this game are a little more creative than usual, typically requiring you to upgrade your ship or get a better one in order to proceed. The sky rifts (self-contained hurricanes that suck ships into the Deep Sky, where they are crushed) are the JRPG equivalent of mountains.
*** The Valuans went a little overboard with in Ixa'Taka with the "Iron Gate". It's a big honkin' padlocked fence stretched between a massive cleft, high enough that no western ship could possibly pass over it. Once Vyse sends them packing, the fence is unlocked.

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** BrokenBridge: As you might expect from a game that gives you the GlobalAirship right away, the Broken Bridges in this game are a little more creative than usual, typically requiring you to upgrade your ship or get a better one in order to proceed. The sky rifts (self-contained hurricanes that suck ships into the Deep Sky, where they are crushed) are the JRPG game's equivalent of mountains.
*** The Valuans went a little overboard with in Ixa'Taka with the "Iron Gate". It's a big honkin' padlocked fence stretched between a massive cleft, high enough that no western ship could possibly pass over it. Once Vyse sends them packing, the fence is unlocked.



** TheMaze: [=DeLoco=]'s mine. TabletopGame/TicTacToe goes X-TREEEEME.

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** TheMaze: [=DeLoco=]'s [=De Loco=]'s mine. TabletopGame/TicTacToe goes X-TREEEEME.
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Rupee Larso. Nice kid, [[FatherIDontWantToFight doesn't like violence]]...but when you get his HP down below half, he can pull out his Berserk Rupee attack for devastating damage.

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Rupee Larso. Nice kid, [[FatherIDontWantToFight doesn't like violence]]...but when you get his HP down below half, he can pull out his Berserk Rupee attack for devastating damage.damage [[spoiler:(unless you've finished off Barta already)]].



** The villains are all over the place: Belleza is an AntiVillain who is fine with espionage and betrayal, but generally tries to avoid murdering people due to her TearJerker backstory. Vigoro [[spoiler:can pull a HeelFaceTurn]] despite coming [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil scarily close to raping Aika]]. Gregorio is a PunchClockVillain and actually a decent guy who [[spoiler:pulls a HeroicSacrifice]] to save the heroes. Ramirez is presented as a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds. [[DrunkOnTheDarkSide Galcian]], [[AxCrazy DeLoco]], [[SmugSnake Alfonso]] and [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Empress]] [[BiggerBad Teodora]] are basically pitch black.

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** The villains are all over the place: Belleza is an AntiVillain who is fine with espionage and betrayal, but generally tries to avoid murdering people due to her TearJerker backstory. Vigoro [[spoiler:can pull a HeelFaceTurn]] despite coming [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil scarily close to raping Aika]]. Gregorio is a PunchClockVillain and actually a decent guy who [[spoiler:pulls a HeroicSacrifice]] to save the heroes. Ramirez is presented as a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds. [[DrunkOnTheDarkSide Galcian]], [[AxCrazy DeLoco]], De Loco]], [[SmugSnake Alfonso]] and [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Empress]] [[BiggerBad Teodora]] are basically pitch black.



* ColonyDrop: The Prophecy Crew Special command drops one of the moons onto the enemies Vyse and Co. are facing. Near the end of the game, [[spoiler: The Silvite Elders]] do this with [[spoiler:the Silver Shrine]] in order to help Vyse and Co. past the BeehiveBarrier and into TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon.

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* ColonyDrop: The Prophecy Crew Special command drops one of the moons onto the enemies Vyse and Co.co. are facing. Near the end of the game, [[spoiler: The Silvite Elders]] do this with [[spoiler:the Silver Shrine]] in order to help Vyse and Co.co. past the BeehiveBarrier and into TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon.



* EternalEnglish: Played straight. All six cultures of the world (all of them centered under its six magical, oddly-colored moons) are vastly different and some are quite physically isolated from the rest, and yet it seems that they ''all'' speak English/Japanese, even the Silvites and Yafutomans, who live in an orbital satellite and are separated from the rest of the world by the Dark Rift respectively.

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* EternalEnglish: Played straight. All six cultures of the world (all of them centered under its six magical, oddly-colored oddly colored moons) are vastly different and some are quite physically isolated from the rest, and yet it seems that they ''all'' speak English/Japanese, even the Silvites and Yafutomans, who (who live in an orbital satellite satellite) and Yafutomans (who are separated from the rest of the world by the Dark Rift respectively.Rift).



** Aika and Fina become stranded in Nasr at one point, and require money to buy a ship and go looking for Vyse. They get jobs as...barmaids. The bartender and his customers are distraught when they later quit.

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** Aika and Fina become stranded in Nasr at one point, and require money to buy a ship and go looking for Vyse. They get jobs as...barmaids. The bartender and his customers are distraught when they later quit. (Mind you, their waitressing is all done off-camera, so the extent of the fan service is entirely speculative.)



* FiveBadBand: [[BigBad Galcian]], [[TheDragon Ramirez]], [[TheEvilGenius [=DeLoco=]]], [[TheBrute Vigoro]], [[TheDarkChick Belleza]] and [[SixthRangerTraitor [[spoiler:Gregorio]]]] form one.

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* FiveBadBand: [[BigBad Galcian]], [[TheDragon Ramirez]], [[TheEvilGenius [=DeLoco=]]], [[TheBrute Vigoro]], [[TheDarkChick Belleza]] and [[SixthRangerTraitor [[spoiler:Gregorio]]]] [[spoiler:[[SixthRangerTraitor Gregorio]]]] form one.



** Another one would be the Tenkou base, which appears at first glance to be a religious shrine. The Tenkou come out of the woodwork once Daigo recognizes you as a friend.

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** Another one would be the Tenkou base, which appears at first glance to be a religious shrine.shrine (and indeed may have been before the Tenkou took up residence). The Tenkou come out of the woodwork once Daigo recognizes you as a friend.



** Fina's name means delicate or elegant in Spanish, which is fitting considering that she's a ProperLady [[WomanInWhite in White]] and [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl the girly girl to Aika's tomboy]].
** Gordo's name is the Spanish word for fat. Fittingly, he's a stereotypical fat glutton.

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** Fina's name means delicate "delicate" or elegant "elegant" in Spanish, Spanish (though the original Japanese pronunciation is "fy-na"), which is fitting fitting, considering that she's a ProperLady [[WomanInWhite in White]] and [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl the girly girl to Aika's tomboy]].
** Gordo's name is the Spanish word for fat."fat". Fittingly, he's a stereotypical fat glutton.



** Vigoro. Self-explicative.

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** Vigoro. Self-explicative.Self-explanatory.



** De Loco means "crazy" in Spanish. Guess what's his most notable trait?

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** De Loco means "crazy" in Spanish. Guess what's what his most notable trait?trait is?



* MineralMacGuffin: The six Moon Crystals: Each of them is basically a Moon Stone in its purest form, as Fina describes, and they have the power to summon the Gigas. [[spoiler:The Silver Crystal is unusual in that, unlike the others, each Silvite holds their own crystal in their bodies, and it serves as a life force; should it be removed, the Silvite dies (hence its connection to its element of life and death).]]

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* MineralMacGuffin: The six Moon Crystals: Each of them is basically a Moon Stone in its purest form, as Fina describes, and they have the power to summon the Gigas. [[spoiler:The Silver Crystal is unusual in that, unlike the others, each Silvite holds their his/her own crystal in their bodies, his/her body, and it serves as a life force; should it be removed, the Silvite dies (hence its connection to its element of life and death).]]



* OneTimeDungeon: Only four, surprisingly: the prisons of the Grand Fortress, Dangral Island, the interior of the ''Hydra'' air fortress, and [[spoiler:the Great Silver Shrine.]] Dangral Island is visited twice for story-related events and destroyed after the second time, and [[spoiler:you can repeatedly visit the Great Silver Shrine until the assault on Soltis, when the elders of the shrine sacrifice both it and themselves to break Soltis' barrier; after that, it's permanently gone.]]

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* OneTimeDungeon: Only four, five, surprisingly: Alfonso's first ship (a very brief dungeon, to be sure), the prisons of the Grand Fortress, Dangral Island, the interior of the ''Hydra'' air fortress, and [[spoiler:the Great Silver Shrine.]] Dangral Island is visited twice for story-related events and destroyed after the second time, and [[spoiler:you can repeatedly visit the Great Silver Shrine until the assault on Soltis, when the elders of the shrine sacrifice both it and themselves to break Soltis' barrier; after that, it's permanently gone.]]
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* EternalEnglish: Played straight. All six cultures of the world (all of them centered under its six magical, oddly-colored moons) are vastly different and some are quite physically isolated from the rest, and yet it seems that they ''all'' speak English/Japanese.

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* EternalEnglish: Played straight. All six cultures of the world (all of them centered under its six magical, oddly-colored moons) are vastly different and some are quite physically isolated from the rest, and yet it seems that they ''all'' speak English/Japanese.English/Japanese, even the Silvites and Yafutomans, who live in an orbital satellite and are separated from the rest of the world by the Dark Rift respectively.



* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Prince Enrique, Admiral Belleza, Admiral Gregorio, the Elders of the Silvite Civilization.]]

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* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Prince Enrique, Admiral Belleza, Admiral Gregorio, the Elders of the Silvite Civilization.Civilization all do one upon seeing the error of their ways.]]



* KillSat: After a fashion.
* KingMook: Elcian and the Giant Looper

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* KillSat: After The Rains of Destruction, after a fashion.
* KingMook: Elcian and the Giant LooperLooper.



* MobySchtick

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* MobySchtickMobySchtick: Drachma's beef with the arcwhale Rakhnam.



* NotInFrontOfTheParrot

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* %%* NotInFrontOfTheParrot
14th Apr '17 8:25:03 PM zealots
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%%* EternalEnglish

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%%* EternalEnglish* EternalEnglish: Played straight. All six cultures of the world (all of them centered under its six magical, oddly-colored moons) are vastly different and some are quite physically isolated from the rest, and yet it seems that they ''all'' speak English/Japanese.
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* EternalEnglish

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* %%* EternalEnglish



* {{Expy}}: Drachma and Rhaknam are [[Literature/MobyDick Captain Ahab and Moby Dick]] respectively.
** Vyse is also one of Anime/CaptainHarlock.

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* {{Expy}}: {{Expy}}:
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Drachma and Rhaknam are [[Literature/MobyDick Captain Ahab and Moby Dick]] respectively.
** Vyse is also one of Anime/CaptainHarlock.



* FiveBadBand: Galcian and his roundtable of Admirals.
** BigBad: Galcian.
** TheDragon: Ramirez. (Later [[spoiler:promoted to DragonAscendant]]).
** TheEvilGenius: [=DeLoco=].
** TheBrute: Vigoro.
** TheDarkChick: Belleza.
** SixthRangerTraitor: [[spoiler:Gregorio]].
* FiveManBand:
** TheHero: Vyse.
** TheLancer: Aika.
** TheSmartGuy: Gilder & Enrique take turns at this trope (Overlaps with SixthRanger).
** TheBigGuy: Drachma.
** TheChick: Fina.

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* FiveBadBand: Galcian [[BigBad Galcian]], [[TheDragon Ramirez]], [[TheEvilGenius [=DeLoco=]]], [[TheBrute Vigoro]], [[TheDarkChick Belleza]] and his roundtable of Admirals.
** BigBad: Galcian.
** TheDragon: Ramirez. (Later [[spoiler:promoted to DragonAscendant]]).
** TheEvilGenius: [=DeLoco=].
** TheBrute: Vigoro.
** TheDarkChick: Belleza.
** SixthRangerTraitor: [[spoiler:Gregorio]].
[[SixthRangerTraitor [[spoiler:Gregorio]]]] form one.
* FiveManBand:
** TheHero: Vyse.
** TheLancer: Aika.
** TheSmartGuy:
FiveManBand: [[TheHero Vyse]], [[TheLancer Aika]], Gilder & Enrique (who take turns at this trope (Overlaps with SixthRanger).
** TheBigGuy: Drachma.
** TheChick: Fina.
TheSmartGuy and SixthRanger), [[TheBigGuy Drachma]] and [[TheChick Fina]] form one.



* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Lots of 'em.

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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Lots of 'em.%%* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere



* LostForever: Pointedly averted, at least when it comes to Chams and Moonfish. Not so much with treasure chests, which are required for Vyse's [[InfinityPlusOneSword Infinity Plus One Title]] in ''Legends''.


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: Pointedly averted, at least when it comes to Chams and Moonfish. Not so much with treasure chests, which are required for Vyse's [[InfinityPlusOneSword Infinity Plus One Title]] in ''Legends''.
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