History VideoGame / SuikodenIV

13th Nov '16 12:22:34 PM rixion
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* CatFolk: The Nay-Kobolds.
12th Nov '16 2:07:44 PM rixion
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** During the Razril festival, with the torch in hands, go to the back streets and enter a random battle. The hero will [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHbMyaC8JNo use it as a weapon]]. And it EVEN burns the enemy.
8th Nov '16 4:26:24 PM rixion
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* GhostShip: An optional dungeon, in which you can recruit [[spoiler:Ted.]]
8th Nov '16 5:19:16 AM rixion
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** Another error with cutscenes happens after Glen receives the [[spoiler:Rune of Punishment]] and Snowe asks the hero to bring medicine to the commander's room. When talking to Gleen, choosing the second option ("I bought some medicine...") will cause Glen's character model to change back to his healthy looking one and his left hand will not have the [[spoiler:Rune of Punishment]].
6th Nov '16 3:00:05 PM rixion
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** There is also problems during the cutscenes: the screen blinks whenever the angle changes or you anwser a question. After the destruction of [[spoiler:Iluya]], the scene changes to a meeting of the antagonists in Fort El-Eal, discussing [[spoiler:they successful nuke]]...with the "Headquarters Ship" theme song as background music.

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** There is also problems during the cutscenes: the screen blinks whenever the angle changes or you anwser answer a question. After the destruction of [[spoiler:Iluya]], the scene changes to a meeting of the antagonists in Fort El-Eal, discussing [[spoiler:they successful nuke]]...with the "Headquarters Ship" theme song as background music.
6th Nov '16 2:58:16 PM rixion
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* ObviousBeta: Suikoden IV has shades of this, mainly: the game is shorter than ''Videogame/SuikodenI'' and it has about four dungeons. During battles every character that shared a weapon type had the same attack animation.
** There is also problems during the cutscenes: the screen blinks whenever the angle changes or you anwser a question. After the destruction of [[spoiler:Iluya]], the scene changes to a meeting of the antagonists in Fort El-Eal, discussing [[spoiler:they successful nuke]]...with the "Headquarters Ship" theme song as background music.
9th Jan '16 7:06:58 AM spirasen
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* WellDoneSonGuy: Snowe. His sword's even called the ''Daddy Blade'', for pity's sake.
** CharacterDevelopment: With enough sharpening it becomes ''My Blade''.
* XanatosGambit: Happens on [[spoiler: Na-Nal. After you injure a few Kooluk soldiers while trying to liberate Na-Nal, their Chief reveals he sold the island out, mocks you for [[LaResistance fighting]], then forces you to steal an elven remedy from the local HiddenElfVillage, ''just'' to piss them off, rub your team's noses in your 'helplessness', and suck up to the Kooluk by helping them heal their men. However, the elven elder ''predicted'' he'd do this, and replaced the remedy with poison--so the chief accidentally ''kills'' the injured soldiers, and the enraged Kooluk start massacring civilians left and right.]]
** In short the planner is [[spoiler: The elven elder. If the humans don't bother them then great, but if they do all they'll get is poison for the invaders.]]

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* WellDoneSonGuy: Snowe. His sword's even called the ''Daddy Blade'', Blade,'' for pity's sake.
** CharacterDevelopment: With enough sharpening it becomes ''My Blade''.
Blade.''
* XanatosGambit: Happens on [[spoiler: Na-Nal. After you injure a few Kooluk soldiers soldiers, while trying to liberate Na-Nal, their Chief reveals he sold the island out, mocks you for [[LaResistance fighting]], fighting,]] then forces you to steal steal, an elven remedy from the local HiddenElfVillage, ''just'' to piss them off, rub your team's noses in your 'helplessness', ''helplessness,'' and suck up to the Kooluk Kooluk, by helping them heal their men. However, the elven elder ''predicted'' he'd do this, and replaced the remedy with poison--so poison -- so the chief accidentally ''kills'' the injured soldiers, and the enraged Kooluk start massacring civilians left and right.]]
** In short the planner is [[spoiler: The elven elder. If the humans don't bother them them, then great, but if they do do, all they'll get is poison for the invaders.]]
8th Apr '15 12:48:02 AM SeptimusHeap
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Set over 150 years ''before'' the events of [[VideoGame/SuikodenI the first]] ''Franchise/{{Suikoden}}'', ''Suikoden IV'' takes place in the ocean far south of the Scarlet Moon Empire, revolving around the islands that would come to be known as the Island Nations following the events of this game. It tells the tale of [[HelloInsertNameHere Lazlo]], a recent graduate of the Gaien Marine Knights Academy on the nation's island colony of Razril. He gets snared in a deadly chain of events involving the [[ArtifactOfDoom Rune of Punishment]], one of the most dangerous of the 27 True Runes, and winds up wrongfully accused of murder and exiled. From there, he is drawn into the [[LaResistance resistance movement]] as the islands are attacked by the aggressive [[TheEmpire Kooluk Empire]].

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Set over 150 years ''before'' the events of [[VideoGame/SuikodenI the first]] ''Franchise/{{Suikoden}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'', ''Suikoden IV'' takes place in the ocean far south of the Scarlet Moon Empire, revolving around the islands that would come to be known as the Island Nations following the events of this game. It tells the tale of [[HelloInsertNameHere Lazlo]], a recent graduate of the Gaien Marine Knights Academy on the nation's island colony of Razril. He gets snared in a deadly chain of events involving the [[ArtifactOfDoom Rune of Punishment]], one of the most dangerous of the 27 True Runes, and winds up wrongfully accused of murder and exiled. From there, he is drawn into the [[LaResistance resistance movement]] as the islands are attacked by the aggressive [[TheEmpire Kooluk Empire]].
28th Sep '14 1:34:52 PM Kadorhal
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Visit the character sheet [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/SuikodenIV here!]]

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Visit the character sheet [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/SuikodenIV [[Characters/SuikodenIV here!]]
21st Feb '14 7:25:31 AM erforce
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Set over 150 years ''before'' the events of [[SuikodenI the first]] ''{{Suikoden}}'', ''SuikodenIV'' takes place in the ocean far south of the Scarlet Moon Empire, revolving around the islands that would come to be known as the Island Nations following the events of this game. It tells the tale of [[HelloInsertNameHere Lazlo]], a recent graduate of the Gaien Marine Knights Academy on the nation's island colony of Razril. He gets snared in a deadly chain of events involving the [[ArtifactOfDoom Rune of Punishment]], one of the most dangerous of the 27 True Runes, and winds up wrongfully accused of murder and exiled. From there, he is drawn into the [[LaResistance resistance movement]] as the islands are attacked by the aggressive [[TheEmpire Kooluk Empire]].

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Set over 150 years ''before'' the events of [[SuikodenI [[VideoGame/SuikodenI the first]] ''{{Suikoden}}'', ''SuikodenIV'' ''Franchise/{{Suikoden}}'', ''Suikoden IV'' takes place in the ocean far south of the Scarlet Moon Empire, revolving around the islands that would come to be known as the Island Nations following the events of this game. It tells the tale of [[HelloInsertNameHere Lazlo]], a recent graduate of the Gaien Marine Knights Academy on the nation's island colony of Razril. He gets snared in a deadly chain of events involving the [[ArtifactOfDoom Rune of Punishment]], one of the most dangerous of the 27 True Runes, and winds up wrongfully accused of murder and exiled. From there, he is drawn into the [[LaResistance resistance movement]] as the islands are attacked by the aggressive [[TheEmpire Kooluk Empire]].



!!''SuikodenIV'' provides examples of:

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!!''SuikodenIV'' !!''Suikoden IV'' provides examples of:



* ContinuityNod: The Hero's weapon is named after Riou's from ''SuikodenII''. Or is it the other way around?

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* ContinuityNod: The Hero's weapon is named after Riou's from ''SuikodenII''.''VideoGame/SuikodenII''. Or is it the other way around?



** Arguably, one could say that this game nearly "killed" the franchise as well. It's debatable as to if ''[[SuikodenTactics Suikoden Tactics/Rhapsodia]]'', ''SuikodenV'', and ''SuikodenTierkreis'' have revived it to its former glory or not.

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** Arguably, one could say that this game nearly "killed" the franchise as well. It's debatable as to if ''[[SuikodenTactics ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenTactics Suikoden Tactics/Rhapsodia]]'', ''SuikodenV'', ''VideoGame/SuikodenV'', and ''SuikodenTierkreis'' ''VideoGame/SuikodenTierkreis'' have revived it to its former glory or not.



* RebelliousPrincess: Flare, though her rebellion is aimed towards the enemy forces rather than her father.

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* RebelliousPrincess: RebelliousPrincess:
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Flare, though her rebellion is aimed towards the enemy forces rather than her father.
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