History VideoGame / StarStealingPrince

17th Aug '17 8:16:15 AM Monolaf317
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* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: [[spoiler:Edgar]] scoffs at Hiante for demanding that Erio be treated better, saying that Hiante's "humanizing the thing a bit too much."

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* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: [[spoiler:Edgar]] scoffs at Hiante for demanding that Erio be treated better, saying that Hiante's "humanizing the thing a bit too much.""
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15th Aug '17 8:31:09 AM WaterBlap
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything:
** If you forgot rope and fell through the hole in the second set of caverns, there is a humorous little cutscene where your companions chew you out over it and make you go back to Sabine to find rope to get them out. If you have the lantern, your companions say "at least he didn't forget a lantern", and if you don't have the lantern, they get annoyed that you didn't even bring a lantern.
** The short story "A Demon" describes a certain room that has a magic circle drawn in it. You can actually find this room in the game. As of 3.1, entering it with Erio in your party triggers a cutscene.
** Watching Hiante's memory before reaching the Western Tower boss causes the events in the memory to get mentioned in the dialogue before the boss fight.

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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything:
** If you forgot rope and fell through the hole in the second set of caverns, there is a humorous little cutscene where your companions chew you out over it and make you go back to Sabine to find rope to get them out. If you have the lantern, your companions say "at least he didn't forget a lantern", and if you don't have the lantern, they get annoyed that you didn't even bring a lantern.
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DevelopersForesight: The short story "A Demon" describes a certain room that has a magic circle drawn in it. You can actually find this room in the game. As of 3.1, entering it with Erio in your party triggers a cutscene.
** Watching Hiante's memory before reaching the Western Tower boss causes the events in the memory to get mentioned in the dialogue before the boss fight.
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22nd May '17 2:55:16 PM Bugfragged
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* NintendoHard: The bosses require the player to be attentive to buffing and debuffing if they want to survive. This is a lot harder in the [[EarlyGameHell early part]] of the game when you have fewer characters to work with.

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* NintendoHard: The bosses require the player to be attentive to buffing and debuffing if they want to survive. This is a lot harder in the [[EarlyGameHell early part]] of the game when you have there are fewer characters to work with.
22nd May '17 2:54:54 PM Bugfragged
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* NintendoHard: The bosses require the player to be attentive to buffing and debuffing if they want to survive. This is a lot harder in the [[EarlyGameHell early part]] of the game when you have fewer characters to work with.
31st Mar '17 1:30:31 PM Bakazuki
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%%* ParentalAbandonment: [[spoiler: ...and that's not even the worst of what Edgar and Lina are responsible for.]]

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%%* * ParentalAbandonment: [[spoiler: ...[[spoiler: Edgar and Lina to Snowe. And that's not even the worst of what Edgar and Lina they are responsible for.]]
30th Mar '17 8:30:58 AM Gosicrystal
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* LostForever: Everything in the Sepulcher, as it cannot be accessed after chapter 5. Most notably are Astra's ultimate weapon and the red ribbon, a potent accessory. Fortunately, the game is rather forward about this, and the skill books found there can be obtained elsewhere if they're missed.
** Averted with everything else, however. Even in the final chapter, you can go back and get everyone's ultimate weapons (except Astra's) and memories.
* LoveTriangle: It's heavily implied that [[spoiler: Erio]] has feelings for Astra, and that Snowe is attracted to her as well. However, whether or not Snowe has feelings for her is left up to the player's interpretation. [[spoiler: Subverted. Towards the end of the game, Snowe tell Erio that he's not interested in Astra that way.]]

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* LostForever: Everything in the Sepulcher, as it cannot be accessed after chapter 5. Most notably are Astra's ultimate weapon and the red ribbon, a potent accessory. Fortunately, the game is rather forward about this, and the skill books found there can be obtained elsewhere if they're missed.
** Averted with everything else, however. Even in the final chapter, you can go back and get everyone's ultimate weapons (except Astra's) and memories.
* LoveTriangle: It's heavily implied that [[spoiler: Erio]] [[spoiler:Erio]] has feelings for Astra, and that Snowe is attracted to her as well. However, whether or not Snowe has feelings for her is left up to the player's interpretation. [[spoiler: Subverted. Towards the end of the game, Snowe tell Erio that he's not interested in Astra that way.]]



* OverprotectiveDad: Richard considers himself a surrogate father for Snowe and acts accordingly.

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* OverprotectiveDad: OverprotectiveDad:
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Richard considers himself a surrogate father for Snowe and acts accordingly.



* ParentalAbandonment: [[spoiler: ...and that's not even the worst of what Edgar and Lina are responsible for.]]

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* %%* ParentalAbandonment: [[spoiler: ...and that's not even the worst of what Edgar and Lina are responsible for.]]


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: Everything in the Sepulcher, as it cannot be accessed after chapter 5. Most notably are Astra's ultimate weapon and the red ribbon, a potent accessory. Fortunately, the game is rather forward about this, and the skill books found there can be obtained elsewhere if they're missed. Averted with everything else: even in the final chapter, you can go back and get everyone's ultimate weapons (except Astra's) and memories.
14th Jan '17 7:25:49 PM nombretomado
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* LimitBreak: Sort of. Suffering damage increases a special meter for the characters, and they can execute special attacks (tied to their equipment) in exchange for a certain percentage of the gauge. It's virtually identical to the IP system from the ''{{Lufia}}'' series.

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* LimitBreak: Sort of. Suffering damage increases a special meter for the characters, and they can execute special attacks (tied to their equipment) in exchange for a certain percentage of the gauge. It's virtually identical to the IP system from the ''{{Lufia}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Lufia}}'' series.



** One that borders on {{Homage}}: The IP system is practically identical to that of the ''{{Lufia}}'' series.

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** One that borders on {{Homage}}: The IP system is practically identical to that of the ''{{Lufia}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Lufia}}'' series.
11th Dec '16 3:15:05 PM AlienPatch
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One night, Snowe has a bizarre dream in which a shadowy figure boasts of its intent to murder Astra, a young woman in a nearby tower. His innocent quest to rescue her sets in motion a series of revelations that will reveal the truth about the powerful, complex magic that sustains his kingdom. However, he won't be alone in his quest for the truth. His allies are Astra, her loyal undead guardian Hiante, her loyal demon Erio, and later, a bitter (though good-natured) sentry named Relenia.

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One night, Snowe has a bizarre dream in which a shadowy figure boasts of its intent to murder Astra, a young woman in a nearby tower. His innocent quest to rescue her sets in motion a series of revelations events that will reveal the truth about the powerful, complex magic that sustains his kingdom. However, he won't be alone in his quest for the truth. His allies are Astra, her loyal undead guardian Hiante, her loyal demon Erio, and later, a bitter (though good-natured) sentry named Relenia.
25th Nov '16 1:20:59 PM nombretomado
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** The music in the game is highly reminiscent of ''AvatarTheLastAirbender'', which is a work also about people who control elements.

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** The music in the game is highly reminiscent of ''AvatarTheLastAirbender'', ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', which is a work also about people who control elements.
20th Jun '16 2:01:52 PM gewunomox
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** In the non-gaming category, one of the snowmen seems to be fond of singing [[PatBenatar "Love is a Battlefield"]].

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** In the non-gaming category, one of the snowmen seems to be fond of singing [[PatBenatar [[Music/PatBenatar "Love is a Battlefield"]].
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