History VideoGame / SummonNight

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* ''Summon Night Craft Sword Monogatari 2'' (''Summon Night: Swordcraft Story 2'')
* ''Summon Night Craft Sword Monogatari: Hajimari no Ishi''

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* ''Summon ''[[VideoGame/SummonNightSwordcraftStory2 Summon Night Craft Sword Monogatari 2'' (''Summon 2 (Summon Night: Swordcraft Story 2'')
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* ''Summon Night Craft Sword Monogatari: Hajimari no Ishi''''VideoGame/SummonNightCraftSwordMonogatariHajimariNoIshi''



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* ExcusePlot: [[spoiler:Subverted with the first game of ''Swordscraft Story''. At first, it seems like your typical ToBeAMaster tournament plot, but as the game goes on the story slowly evolves into a tale of corruption, lies and betrayal.]]



* HappinessInSlavery: See the HappinessInSlavery entry down in the Swordcraft Story section. It is prevalent in all the Summon Night games and touched upon in the games.

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* HappinessInSlavery: See the HappinessInSlavery entry down in on the [[Videogame/SummonNightSwordcraftStory Swordcraft Story section.Story]] page. It is prevalent in all the Summon Night games and touched upon in the games.
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* AccidentalPervert: Late in Summon Night: Sword Craft Story 2, the main character comes across [[spoiler: a nude woman in a hot spring. She and [[WellIntentionedExtremist her brother]] attack you for doing so.]]
* AlmightyMom - Amariss, the late Shintetsu's wife and mother of the first game's protagonist. Despite appearing like an ordinary house wife, she has all the connections and knows all the tidbits required to help out from the sidelines.
* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Craftknights use weapons they have themselves have forged and consider it dishonorable to fight with a weapon crafted by someone else, even in life or death situations.
-->'''Blaire''': Have you already forgotten about the Spirit of the Craftknight?
-->'''Aera''': No, sir...
-->''' Blaire''': You have to make your own weapon! No Craftknight would go into battle with somebody else's sword! It'd be like... wearing their underwear! Yeurgh!
* AmbiguouslyGay: Lynn, from the second game. Well, ambiguously lesbian.
** More like ambiguously bisexual, since she still flirts with you if you play as a boy. However, in this series, boys are the gender counterparts instead of the other way around, so...
** Also, Aera.
* AmbiguousGender: Arno. The Japanese version implies it's female though, while the American implies it's a male by changing his voice.
-->'''Random Character:''' Are you a boy or a girl?!\\
'''Arno:''' I am a child of the wind~
* AmuletOfConcentratedAwesome: The second game [[spoiler: gives you a memento from your father which turns out to be the key to their TransformationSequence, and thus a TransformationTrinket]].
* ApologisesALot: Angel!Dinah in the second game, to make up for Devil!Dinah's rather rude behaviour.
* AwesomeButImpractical: The final attack spells on summon beasts, for the most part. They look extremely flashy, have really cool names and can basically destroy any random encounter in any of the games when cast--but they take a ridiculously long time to charge (during which they are interruptible) and still deal rather underwhelming damage against bosses.
* BackToBackBadasses: The player and Varil do this while Varil takes on two Deigleyan soldiers and the player takes on [[spoiler:Craftlord Lubert.]]
* BadassTeacher: V.E from ''Craft Sword Story Hajimari no Ishi'' so much. Especially when she saves the main character with an absolutely badass flying kick in one of the villains.
* BagOfHolding: The prominent sheath thingy worn by the main character of the first game is able to hold weapons bigger than it.
* BeardOfEvil: Lubert. Lampshaded repeatedly.
* BloodKnight: Loki and Rampage Rabbit from the second game.
* BonusDungeon: Deeper labyrinth in the first game.
** A lot more areas resembling the ones you traveled through the game in the second and third.
* BossInMookClothing: Although not too difficult, these enemies are much more powerful than the normal enemies found in the area.
* BorrowedCatchphrase: In the first game, Varil explains his presence in one scene by mentioning Sakuro told him about the situation and told him to not "underestimate the ability of a Craftlord to gather information", a play on Varil's regular claims about the Gold Guild's (headed by his father) ability to gather information when asked how he knows about events he wasn't involved in. The significance of this line is easily lost because Varil's use of the statement is restricted to walks at night, when most players spending this time [[YuriGenre with the girls]].
* BreakableWeapons: While weapons are breakable, it takes a lot to make them break. In some games, the weapons repair after combat, but in others, you need to use your forge or use items to repair them.
** In ''Swordcraft Story'' breaking your opponent's weapon is the key to winning the one-on-one battles, especially since doing so teaches you the technique of the weapon in question.
* ButtMonkey : Velveron in the third game is a weak, useless Summoner that gets often abused by the main cast. [[spoiler: Creaving for power, he lets himself be absorbed by the Evil Sword, and becomes the FinalBoss !]]
* CaptainErsatz: [=GUNVALD=] is most definitely an original creation... The funny thing is that Banpresto was partially owned (now entirely owned) by Namco Bandai at the time of release.
* CastFromHitPoints: In the third game, the Summon Beasts' special attacks require hit points to cast.
* CerebusSyndrome: Inverted in the second game where the game seems to be lighter in tone in the end, culminating to the reveal that [[spoiler: the true form of Goura is actually a little kid, and the protagonist essentially told him to behave nicely before he seals himself.]]
* ClingyJealousGirl: Sugar in ''Swordcraft Story'' who gets upset nearly every time the protagonist talks to a woman.
* CoolBigSis: V.E is the sister (treated as such anyways, technically the former master's summon beast) AND master of the main characters of ''Craft Sword Story Hajimari no Ishi'', the third game.
* ContinuityNod: In the second game, an NPC mentions asking Blaire to forge them a new ladle so they can make curry, referring to the first game.
* CrossoverShip: [[invoked]] At the end of the cameo appearance of the ''Summon Night'' 1 protagonist, Sugar accuses Pratty of liking them more than her, to which she claims (of they were set to be female) "That's not true. We're both girls.".
* CuteClumsyGirl: The first game opens with Pratty or Cleru falling down the stairs.
** The start Craft Sword Story 2 has the main character nearly falling off a cliff.
* DefrostingIceQueen: Sanary in the first game, changing into a more typical {{Tsundere}}. Devil!Dinah in the second game does the same; Angel!Dinah on the other hand is as sweet as they come and ApologisesALot.
* DemonicPossession: Inverted with Dinah, a devil possessed by an angel.
* DistaffCounterpart
* EldritchAbomination: [[spoiler:Parista, the beast under the City of Swords.]]
* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler:Your weapon is infused with your Guardian Beast in order to allow you to damage the FinalBoss of the first game. You can choose if you'll sacrifice it or not if don't choose to you'll have to pick the fourth sword making you craft a "downgraded" version of the weapon]]
** In the last fight of the second game [[spoiler:you gain a stronger version of the gem morph.]]
* EmergencyWeapon: The forging hammer.
* [[spoiler: EverybodyLives: The Game. Aside from characters already passed away in the past before the story began, in game there's only massive ObviouslyEvil JerkAss Lubert and its expy Gedharm (including his right hand woman Passeau) are shown to be killed, and the main villain either redeems itself and seals on its own. The first game has choice to sacrifice your Guardian Beast to strengthen your final weapon but [[EarnYourHappyEnding you can craft your final weapon anyway despite being slightly weaker without sacrificing the Guardian Beast.]] ]]
* FishingMinigame: The second game has one. Rather annoyingly, it's required to be played ''a lot'' to advance the story.
* FragileSpeedster: Enki, the fully animal Guardian Beast in the third game. Fast, spammy, but his HP and Defense leaves something to be desired. The player character can be one of these in all three games by focusing on Knuckles.
* FillItWithFlowers: In ''Swordcraft Story'', Razzy wants to turn Wystern into a city of flowers if she wins the tournament and becomes one of the city's Craftlords.
* FrictionlessIce: During the glacier quest, the player comes across this and naturally has to figure out a way to get across it.
* GayOption: The primary reason the game is known about.
* GenkiGirl: Pratty has shades of this. Razzy is a sterling example.
** Tatiana is this in the 2nd game.
** The greedy guide Tier is also one.
* GirlsLove: If your player character is female, expect to get hit on a lot by girls, including your (female) Guardian.
* GoGoEnslavement: Sanary is victim of this at one point, being dressed up as a {{Meido}}. You can watch her serving some enemy soldiers (and secretly enjoying herself since the outfit is cute); and if you keep on observing rather than fighting the enemies right away, the post-battle banter will be hilarious.
* GrandTheftMe: What Passeau does to Nina Nina.
** Also [[spoiler: what Guren Goura wanted to do the the main hero in Craft Sword Story 2]].
* HalfHumanHybrid: Apparently, sometime in the distant past Wystern was invaded by the forces of Silturn. Although the humans of Wystern won in the end, many oni settled down in Wystern and had children. People with names like Rondeau and Shintetsu are descended from these oni. And since Pratty is Shintetsu's child...
** This would explain why Pratty has a helmet design with two holes in it. She has tufts of hair stick out of them, but it was probably originally designed to accommodate horns.
* HappinessInSlavery: Most of the summon beasts seem fine with being your partner. However, a lot of them naturally dislike being taken from their homes and enslaved to a human, and it's indicated that summons unlucky enough to belong to someone ''other'' than the main character/s are often mistreated.
** The fact that there are so many "stray" summons as RandomEncounters is...troubling. These were Summons that were definitely ''not'' happy.
* HeroicBSOD: [=EXeLD=] has a bad habit of ''literally'' [=BSOD=]-ing whenever something occurs that he deems "impossible".
* HeroicSacrifice: In the first game, [[spoiler:depending on your choices, your Guardian Beast will fuse with your weapon to defeat the BigBad, [[KilledOffForReal permanently destroying themselves]] in the process.]]
* HimeCut: Lynn, in the second game.
* HumongousMecha: Gunvald, in the second game.
* HopelessBossFight: The second battle with Parista.
** The first battle against Goura in the second game as well.
%%* HotBlood:
%%** Pratty again.
%%** Tatiana in the second game also has this.
%%* IdiotHair:
%%** Edgar
%%** Also, Nina Nina and [[spoiler: Passeau while still in Nina's body]]
* INeverSaidItWasPoison: After obtaining the [[spoiler:first]] Daemon Edge [[spoiler:during the walk with Gabriel he mentions it was the first Daemon Edge, something he wasn't around to learn. While he manages to fool Aera with an excuse, the look on his face and injury to his arm make his status as the black swordsman clear]].
** In the third game: This is how Tram found out about Anise true self.
* InternalReformist: One late game conversation with Kenon has him give this as his reason for remaining in the Gold Guild.
* IllGirl - Rumari is cursed with a perpetual [[SoapOperaDisease 'heat disease']] and must while away the remainder of her days in a quiet little town. [[spoiler:Defied. [[RetiredBadass Not only is she said to have been one of the strongest Craftlords prior to her illness]], but she aptly proves that she still is by driving six invading ships back home with only a handful of buddies! What's more, Kouren then claims that Rumari could have done it single-handedly...]]
* ItemCrafting: A huge part of the game and the plot.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Sanary, and Varil.
** If he's your Guardian Beast, Rasho as well.
* JigsawPuzzlePlot: We receive information about Pratty's father in bits and pieces.
* KillerRabbit: Rampage Rabbit from the second game. You can fight him once per day for extra experience and items. Just [[BerserkButton don't call him cute]].
* LargeHam: Blarie in the 2nd game frequently accents lines with {{Eyedscreen}}. He's the only character to do this.
** IncomingHam: Its first use in the "A hammer is not just for forging weapons. It forges a woman!" line (between the two sentences) makes his character clear for the rest of the game.
* LethalChef: Tatiana, in the second game.
** In the first game, rescuing Sanary from soldiers has her attempt at cooking attack you in a Boss Battle.
* LethalJokeItem: The Red Hot Ladle is actually the best weapon at breaking enemy weapons so that you can forge them yourself. Yes, even better than the InfinityPlusOneSword created by the [[spoiler: EldritchAbomination possessing someone.]] It has an endurance of 200, and you can max your skill in it's use to 255, and even if you don't need it for that, melting it down produces more of the notoriously rare Mystic Ore than it takes to produce it. FridgeLogic makes it even funnier in that the lesson in creating a ladle was one of patience being its own reward. The Main Character is so convinced it has to be more than that that they can make a super-weapon out of it.
* LighterAndSofter: While both games are lighthearted enough, the second game takes place in more brighter environment, and featuring more colorful cast of characters in both appearance and personality. [[spoiler: You are not even told to sacrifice your Guardian Beast in the end of the second game.]]
* LightningBruiser: Third game, robot buddy Run-Dor[[spoiler:'s true form. Loses the jump prohibition, gains a good chunk of movement speed, his special becomes a powerful projectile, he maintains his excessive amounts of HP and Defense, and he hits even harder than before. Ouch.]]
* LittleMissSnarker: Dinah from the second game.
* LovableSexManiac: Lynn, to the point her first line in the game is flashing Aera.
* MacrossMissileMassacre: [=EXeLD=]'s Omni Missile.
* MasterOfNone: The Guardian Beast Rufeel, the green one wearing a summer hat, in the third game is an all-around GB who can use all kinds of spell but she isn't the strongest with any of them.
* MayDecemberRomance: Maybe. Depending on just how old you think Pratty and Sakuro are, and if you interpret their plot as romantic. Possibly including Main Character x Any Summon, verging into MayflyDecemberRomance if you consider that the summons are angels/demons/ect and likely to live much longer than a human.
* {{Meganekko}}: Twin sisters Ariel and Mariel.
** Nina Nina in the second game.
* MightyGlacier: Run-Dor, the orange robot Guardian Beast in the third game. Can't jump, very slow, hits like a truck. The player character can also be one of these in any of the games if they focus on Axes.
* MultipleEndings: Decided by which character you talk in the night conversations before the last day.
* MusclesAreMeaningless: Chaves has a large muscle bound frame four times the square area of any other human opponent. He is stupidly easy to beat, and the second time you fight him, he can be killed in a few hits. To make things worse, his BFS is no harder for the player character to use than a basic axe.
* NintendoHard: Those who don't come prepared to the final battle will find themselves having a hell of a time defeating the string of final bosses. With limited item and magic use, it makes it harder.
** Go to the BonusDungeon with no proper level and preparation, also the bosses doesn't helps even a bit.
** Breaking opponents weapons in the third game even with the right skills is not very easy and you did it? They '''might''' have a ''second''. Have fun.
* NobleDemon: Rasho from the first game
** Loki, Dinah (at least half of her) and [[spoiler:Lynn, Ryouga]] in the second game.
** Killfith in the last game.
* NoExportForYou: The third game did not get a North American port due to the Japanese original being released, in typical Flight-Plan fashion, late in the GameBoyAdvance's life (2005). Then there's the fact that game systems in Japan tend to have a longer lifespan. {{Atlus}} deciding not to port it due to worries about low sales was indeed [[JustifiedTrope well justified]].
* OnlyOneName: The second game's PC has a last name ("Colthearts"), it just gets mentioned a grand total of twice, both the in same conversation, to which people react with surprise. Played straight for everyone else but [[RepetitiveName Nina Nina]] and Gedharm Camcarossa (also mentioned very rarely).
* ParentalAbandonment: The protagonists in both games, as well as a good amount of supporting characters.
* PurelyAestheticGender: Actually averted in the first game, where a lot of the dialog varies based on the player character. Played straight in the second.
* PronounTrouble: [[spoiler:Razzy]] in the first game.
* RandomEncounters: No matter where you go, you will be ''swarmed'' by random enemies. At least there is an item to reduce the rate. On the other hand, there's also one that causes RandomEncounters ''even more often.''
* RandomlyDrops: Thankfully, not a huge part of the game.
* RealMenWearPink: In 2 Orion can cook well and then there's a summon spirit with peculiar requirements to pass him.
--> ''A man's got to do what a man's got to do! I need to wear sexy women's clothing!''
* RedOniBlueOni: Despite never meeting as the player chooses who to play as, Pratty is the more rash and bold red oni in comparison to the shyer and closer to earth Cleru who would be the blue oni.
* RewardingVandalism: You can smash crates and barrels and get things that you need to craft weapons.
* RepetitiveName: Nina Nina. The PC mocks this by introducing them self as "maincharactername maincharactername" and "guardianname guardianname", to which Nina calls them out on.
* SavePoint: There are a bunch of cylindrical monuments with swords in them, which allow saving. One of those is typically in your workshop(s).
* SaveToken: Save Diaries, which are consumed when used.
* SayItWithHearts: Sugar, when talking to Pratty.
** A villager in the item shop in Swordcraft Story 2 does this as well. As well as Lynn... sometimes, but especially when she wants something.
* ScriptBreaking: In the first game an event starts after the creation of your first weapon... unless it isn't a "Novice Knife" (You don't get any more recipes at this point, but completing the sidequests will get you two, dependent on your Guardian Beast, and the materials to make them). To progress you need to grab more materials and make a Novice Knife and watch everyone claim it is your first weapon.
** Talking to your Guardian Beast in the second game the evening after first visiting the beach region, where a stray summon blocked you from going further unless you ask "like a sexy woman would ask her man" (don't ask, that stray is just a pervert). You can try it yourself or have your guardian beast do it. Yet the conversation at the end of the day will insist that the player tried, no matter what actually happened.
* SealedEvilInACan: Parista - sort of - in the first game. (Well, he didn't ''start'' evil...)
** Goura in the second game. [[spoiler: He learned to be good in the end, but seals himself anyway.]]
* StayInTheKitchen: ''Inverted'' in the first game. Pratty tends to fare ''much'' better than Cleru in regards to interacting with the other characters, especially Sanary and Razzy.
* SeriousBusiness: Kids Blacksmithing.
* ShoutOut: At one point in the game, you are asked if you've heard rumors about a hero from a land in the south. Your choice of answers (male/female, followed by a choice of two personalities) each corresponds to one of the four playable main characters from the original ''Summon Night'', and depending on what combination you pick, that character will show up in the story rather shortly afterward.
** This also happens in Craft Sword Story 2, with the heroes from ''Summon Night 2'' making a guest appearance.
** Atlus being Atlus, added some standard pop-culture gags in the translation, like "[[TheWizard I love the knuckle. It's so bad.]]"
* SickeninglySweethearts: [[spoiler:Byron]] and [[spoiler:Sarin]] in the second game.
* SoreLoser: Chaves in the first game. He claims your victory was because of your Guardian Beast, despite the fact that he didn't summon his. Bonus points if you didn't actually use your Beast in this battle.
* SquishyWizard: Killfith, the purple-haired demon Guardian Beast in the third game. None too powerful fighting himself, but his Magic rating is leagues ahead of the other three. Late-game, he can one-spell encounters, and on top of all this, he gets the most and the strongest heals, including a revive.
* TagTeam: The third game finally lets your Guardian Beast tag in for you with one of its spells, and will do so automatically if you die with that spell in your active spells list.
* TakeYourTime: Gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] a lot in the first game, your character is always late instead of always being [[AlwaysClose right on time]].
* TheUnfought: You hear a lot about how powerful various characters are, but you never actually get to do battle with most of them. The game sort of allows you to gauge their strength by comparison--you get to fight two Craftlords directly throughout the course of the game, [[spoiler:Lubert]] and [[spoiler:Ureksa]]. It's also somewhat implied that the average Craftlord is about on the same level as [[spoiler:Sanary]] in the tournament. However, it's still only guesswork--a lot of the fighting involving Craftlords tends to take place off-screen. [[spoiler:Varil]] also invokes this in the game's ending, but you can still fight him in the post-game exhibition matches.
* ToBeAMaster: Particularly in the first game. ''Everyone'' wants to be a Craftlord.
* TokenMiniMoe: Tatiana in the second game is an adorable and occasionally bratty LittleSisterHeroine type of girl.
* TournamentArc: The first game's entire premise.
* TwinThreesomeFantasy: Pratty herself blushes heavily and goes dreamy at being told she would be fighting twins next. She turns around quickly when they turn out to be a pair of {{Jerkass}}es though.
* TheRival: Varil declares himself this to the main character in the first game.
* TransformingMecha: [=EXeLD=].
* TransparentCloset: Pratty and Aera, so very much.
* {{Tsundere}}: Varil (a male example) and Sanary in the first game.
** Loki, Devil!Dinah, and all have shades of it...
** The guardian beast Killfith in the last game.
* UltimateBlacksmith: ''The Player Character'' him/herself. They are gonna need a lot of training before getting to that point, however.
* UnholyHolySword: In the third game. [[spoiler:It's the final boss mind you.]]
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: After you beat the first game, you're able to fight all the major tournament opponents again in post-game exhibition matches. However, none of them are any stronger than they were when you first fought them, meaning that with your endgame stats, you can floor most of them with as few as one or two hits. This is particularly jarring for opponents you fought early on like Razzy and Chavez. In Razzy's case, she actually accompanies you later on in a dungeon filled with creatures that are ''way'' higher in level than her level in the tournament (and she apparently handles herself just fine). In Chavez's case, he is actually fought again after his tournament match and has about three times his original health--but goes back down to his original strength when you fight him a third time in the post-game. May also be an example of {{Gameplay And Story Segregation}}.
* WalkingTechbane: The second game's protagonist.
* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Quite literally. The first weapon you use is a forging hammer. You're stuck with it until you get materials to make better weapons.
--> "A hammer is not just for forging weapons. It forges a woman!" (Or man, depending on the player.)
* WorthyOpponent: Kenon is very respectful and notes his loss was due to the player character being better than them. This is a sharp (and explicitly noted) contrast to the rest of the gold guild.
* ZettaiRyouiki: Aera and Lynn, in the second game.
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* AccidentalPervert: Late in Summon Night: Sword Craft Story 2, the main character comes across [[spoiler: a nude woman in a hot spring. She and [[WellIntentionedExtremist her brother]] attack you for doing so.]]
* AlmightyMom - Amariss, the late Shintetsu's wife and mother of the first game's protagonist. Despite appearing like an ordinary house wife, she has all the connections and knows all the tidbits required to help out from the sidelines.
* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Craftknights use weapons they have themselves have forged and consider it dishonorable to fight with a weapon crafted by someone else, even in life or death situations.
-->'''Blaire''': Have you already forgotten about the Spirit of the Craftknight?
-->'''Aera''': No, sir...
-->''' Blaire''': You have to make your own weapon! No Craftknight would go into battle with somebody else's sword! It'd be like... wearing their underwear! Yeurgh!
* AmbiguouslyGay: Lynn, from the second game. Well, ambiguously lesbian.
** More like ambiguously bisexual, since she still flirts with you if you play as a boy. However, in this series, boys are the gender counterparts instead of the other way around, so...
** Also, Aera.
* AmbiguousGender: Arno. The Japanese version implies it's female though, while the American implies it's a male by changing his voice.
-->'''Random Character:''' Are you a boy or a girl?!\\
'''Arno:''' I am a child of the wind~
* AmuletOfConcentratedAwesome: The second game [[spoiler: gives you a memento from your father which turns out to be the key to their TransformationSequence, and thus a TransformationTrinket]].
* ApologisesALot: Angel!Dinah in the second game, to make up for Devil!Dinah's rather rude behaviour.
* AwesomeButImpractical: The final attack spells on summon beasts, for the most part. They look extremely flashy, have really cool names and can basically destroy any random encounter in any of the games when cast--but they take a ridiculously long time to charge (during which they are interruptible) and still deal rather underwhelming damage against bosses.
* BackToBackBadasses: The player and Varil do this while Varil takes on two Deigleyan soldiers and the player takes on [[spoiler:Craftlord Lubert.]]
* BadassTeacher: V.E from ''Craft Sword Story Hajimari no Ishi'' so much. Especially when she saves the main character with an absolutely badass flying kick in one of the villains.
* BagOfHolding: The prominent sheath thingy worn by the main character of the first game is able to hold weapons bigger than it.
* BeardOfEvil: Lubert. Lampshaded repeatedly.
* BloodKnight: Loki and Rampage Rabbit from the second game.
* BonusDungeon: Deeper labyrinth in the first game.
** A lot more areas resembling the ones you traveled through the game in the second and third.
* BossInMookClothing: Although not too difficult, these enemies are much more powerful than the normal enemies found in the area.
* BorrowedCatchphrase: In the first game, Varil explains his presence in one scene by mentioning Sakuro told him about the situation and told him to not "underestimate the ability of a Craftlord to gather information", a play on Varil's regular claims about the Gold Guild's (headed by his father) ability to gather information when asked how he knows about events he wasn't involved in. The significance of this line is easily lost because Varil's use of the statement is restricted to walks at night, when most players spending this time [[YuriGenre with the girls]].
* BreakableWeapons: While weapons are breakable, it takes a lot to make them break. In some games, the weapons repair after combat, but in others, you need to use your forge or use items to repair them.
** In ''Swordcraft Story'' breaking your opponent's weapon is the key to winning the one-on-one battles, especially since doing so teaches you the technique of the weapon in question.
* ButtMonkey : Velveron in the third game is a weak, useless Summoner that gets often abused by the main cast. [[spoiler: Creaving for power, he lets himself be absorbed by the Evil Sword, and becomes the FinalBoss !]]
* CaptainErsatz: [=GUNVALD=] is most definitely an original creation... The funny thing is that Banpresto was partially owned (now entirely owned) by Namco Bandai at the time of release.
* CastFromHitPoints: In the third game, the Summon Beasts' special attacks require hit points to cast.
* CerebusSyndrome: Inverted in the second game where the game seems to be lighter in tone in the end, culminating to the reveal that [[spoiler: the true form of Goura is actually a little kid, and the protagonist essentially told him to behave nicely before he seals himself.]]
* ClingyJealousGirl: Sugar in ''Swordcraft Story'' who gets upset nearly every time the protagonist talks to a woman.
* CoolBigSis: V.E is the sister (treated as such anyways, technically the former master's summon beast) AND master of the main characters of ''Craft Sword Story Hajimari no Ishi'', the third game.
* ContinuityNod: In the second game, an NPC mentions asking Blaire to forge them a new ladle so they can make curry, referring to the first game.
* CrossoverShip: [[invoked]] At the end of the cameo appearance of the ''Summon Night'' 1 protagonist, Sugar accuses Pratty of liking them more than her, to which she claims (of they were set to be female) "That's not true. We're both girls.".
* CuteClumsyGirl: The first game opens with Pratty or Cleru falling down the stairs.
** The start Craft Sword Story 2 has the main character nearly falling off a cliff.
* DefrostingIceQueen: Sanary in the first game, changing into a more typical {{Tsundere}}. Devil!Dinah in the second game does the same; Angel!Dinah on the other hand is as sweet as they come and ApologisesALot.
* DemonicPossession: Inverted with Dinah, a devil possessed by an angel.
* DistaffCounterpart
* EldritchAbomination: [[spoiler:Parista, the beast under the City of Swords.]]
* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler:Your weapon is infused with your Guardian Beast in order to allow you to damage the FinalBoss of the first game. You can choose if you'll sacrifice it or not if don't choose to you'll have to pick the fourth sword making you craft a "downgraded" version of the weapon]]
** In the last fight of the second game [[spoiler:you gain a stronger version of the gem morph.]]
* EmergencyWeapon: The forging hammer.
* [[spoiler: EverybodyLives: The Game. Aside from characters already passed away in the past before the story began, in game there's only massive ObviouslyEvil JerkAss Lubert and its expy Gedharm (including his right hand woman Passeau) are shown to be killed, and the main villain either redeems itself and seals on its own. The first game has choice to sacrifice your Guardian Beast to strengthen your final weapon but [[EarnYourHappyEnding you can craft your final weapon anyway despite being slightly weaker without sacrificing the Guardian Beast.]] ]]
* FishingMinigame: The second game has one. Rather annoyingly, it's required to be played ''a lot'' to advance the story.
* FragileSpeedster: Enki, the fully animal Guardian Beast in the third game. Fast, spammy, but his HP and Defense leaves something to be desired. The player character can be one of these in all three games by focusing on Knuckles.
* FillItWithFlowers: In ''Swordcraft Story'', Razzy wants to turn Wystern into a city of flowers if she wins the tournament and becomes one of the city's Craftlords.
* FrictionlessIce: During the glacier quest, the player comes across this and naturally has to figure out a way to get across it.
* GayOption: The primary reason the game is known about.
* GenkiGirl: Pratty has shades of this. Razzy is a sterling example.
** Tatiana is this in the 2nd game.
** The greedy guide Tier is also one.
* GirlsLove: If your player character is female, expect to get hit on a lot by girls, including your (female) Guardian.
* GoGoEnslavement: Sanary is victim of this at one point, being dressed up as a {{Meido}}. You can watch her serving some enemy soldiers (and secretly enjoying herself since the outfit is cute); and if you keep on observing rather than fighting the enemies right away, the post-battle banter will be hilarious.
* GrandTheftMe: What Passeau does to Nina Nina.
** Also [[spoiler: what Guren Goura wanted to do the the main hero in Craft Sword Story 2]].
* HalfHumanHybrid: Apparently, sometime in the distant past Wystern was invaded by the forces of Silturn. Although the humans of Wystern won in the end, many oni settled down in Wystern and had children. People with names like Rondeau and Shintetsu are descended from these oni. And since Pratty is Shintetsu's child...
** This would explain why Pratty has a helmet design with two holes in it. She has tufts of hair stick out of them, but it was probably originally designed to accommodate horns.
* HappinessInSlavery: Most of the summon beasts seem fine with being your partner. However, a lot of them naturally dislike being taken from their homes and enslaved to a human, and it's indicated that summons unlucky enough to belong to someone ''other'' than the main character/s are often mistreated.
** The fact that there are so many "stray" summons as RandomEncounters is...troubling. These were Summons that were definitely ''not'' happy.
* HeroicBSOD: [=EXeLD=] has a bad habit of ''literally'' [=BSOD=]-ing whenever something occurs that he deems "impossible".
* HeroicSacrifice: In the first game, [[spoiler:depending on your choices, your Guardian Beast will fuse with your weapon to defeat the BigBad, [[KilledOffForReal permanently destroying themselves]] in the process.]]
* HimeCut: Lynn, in the second game.
* HumongousMecha: Gunvald, in the second game.
* HopelessBossFight: The second battle with Parista.
** The first battle against Goura in the second game as well.
%%* HotBlood:
%%** Pratty again.
%%** Tatiana in the second game also has this.
%%* IdiotHair:
%%** Edgar
%%** Also, Nina Nina and [[spoiler: Passeau while still in Nina's body]]
* INeverSaidItWasPoison: After obtaining the [[spoiler:first]] Daemon Edge [[spoiler:during the walk with Gabriel he mentions it was the first Daemon Edge, something he wasn't around to learn. While he manages to fool Aera with an excuse, the look on his face and injury to his arm make his status as the black swordsman clear]].
** In the third game: This is how Tram found out about Anise true self.
* InternalReformist: One late game conversation with Kenon has him give this as his reason for remaining in the Gold Guild.
* IllGirl - Rumari is cursed with a perpetual [[SoapOperaDisease 'heat disease']] and must while away the remainder of her days in a quiet little town. [[spoiler:Defied. [[RetiredBadass Not only is she said to have been one of the strongest Craftlords prior to her illness]], but she aptly proves that she still is by driving six invading ships back home with only a handful of buddies! What's more, Kouren then claims that Rumari could have done it single-handedly...]]
* ItemCrafting: A huge part of the game and the plot.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Sanary, and Varil.
** If he's your Guardian Beast, Rasho as well.
* JigsawPuzzlePlot: We receive information about Pratty's father in bits and pieces.
* KillerRabbit: Rampage Rabbit from the second game. You can fight him once per day for extra experience and items. Just [[BerserkButton don't call him cute]].
* LargeHam: Blarie in the 2nd game frequently accents lines with {{Eyedscreen}}. He's the only character to do this.
** IncomingHam: Its first use in the "A hammer is not just for forging weapons. It forges a woman!" line (between the two sentences) makes his character clear for the rest of the game.
* LethalChef: Tatiana, in the second game.
** In the first game, rescuing Sanary from soldiers has her attempt at cooking attack you in a Boss Battle.
* LethalJokeItem: The Red Hot Ladle is actually the best weapon at breaking enemy weapons so that you can forge them yourself. Yes, even better than the InfinityPlusOneSword created by the [[spoiler: EldritchAbomination possessing someone.]] It has an endurance of 200, and you can max your skill in it's use to 255, and even if you don't need it for that, melting it down produces more of the notoriously rare Mystic Ore than it takes to produce it. FridgeLogic makes it even funnier in that the lesson in creating a ladle was one of patience being its own reward. The Main Character is so convinced it has to be more than that that they can make a super-weapon out of it.
* LighterAndSofter: While both games are lighthearted enough, the second game takes place in more brighter environment, and featuring more colorful cast of characters in both appearance and personality. [[spoiler: You are not even told to sacrifice your Guardian Beast in the end of the second game.]]
* LightningBruiser: Third game, robot buddy Run-Dor[[spoiler:'s true form. Loses the jump prohibition, gains a good chunk of movement speed, his special becomes a powerful projectile, he maintains his excessive amounts of HP and Defense, and he hits even harder than before. Ouch.]]
* LittleMissSnarker: Dinah from the second game.
* LovableSexManiac: Lynn, to the point her first line in the game is flashing Aera.
* MacrossMissileMassacre: [=EXeLD=]'s Omni Missile.
* MasterOfNone: The Guardian Beast Rufeel, the green one wearing a summer hat, in the third game is an all-around GB who can use all kinds of spell but she isn't the strongest with any of them.
* MayDecemberRomance: Maybe. Depending on just how old you think Pratty and Sakuro are, and if you interpret their plot as romantic. Possibly including Main Character x Any Summon, verging into MayflyDecemberRomance if you consider that the summons are angels/demons/ect and likely to live much longer than a human.
* {{Meganekko}}: Twin sisters Ariel and Mariel.
** Nina Nina in the second game.
* MightyGlacier: Run-Dor, the orange robot Guardian Beast in the third game. Can't jump, very slow, hits like a truck. The player character can also be one of these in any of the games if they focus on Axes.
* MultipleEndings: Decided by which character you talk in the night conversations before the last day.
* MusclesAreMeaningless: Chaves has a large muscle bound frame four times the square area of any other human opponent. He is stupidly easy to beat, and the second time you fight him, he can be killed in a few hits. To make things worse, his BFS is no harder for the player character to use than a basic axe.
* NintendoHard: Those who don't come prepared to the final battle will find themselves having a hell of a time defeating the string of final bosses. With limited item and magic use, it makes it harder.
** Go to the BonusDungeon with no proper level and preparation, also the bosses doesn't helps even a bit.
** Breaking opponents weapons in the third game even with the right skills is not very easy and you did it? They '''might''' have a ''second''. Have fun.
* NobleDemon: Rasho from the first game
** Loki, Dinah (at least half of her) and [[spoiler:Lynn, Ryouga]] in the second game.
** Killfith in the last game.
* NoExportForYou: The third game did not get a North American port due to the Japanese original being released, in typical Flight-Plan fashion, late in the GameBoyAdvance's life (2005). Then there's the fact that game systems in Japan tend to have a longer lifespan. {{Atlus}} deciding not to port it due to worries about low sales was indeed [[JustifiedTrope well justified]].
* OnlyOneName: The second game's PC has a last name ("Colthearts"), it just gets mentioned a grand total of twice, both the in same conversation, to which people react with surprise. Played straight for everyone else but [[RepetitiveName Nina Nina]] and Gedharm Camcarossa (also mentioned very rarely).
* ParentalAbandonment: The protagonists in both games, as well as a good amount of supporting characters.
* PurelyAestheticGender: Actually averted in the first game, where a lot of the dialog varies based on the player character. Played straight in the second.
* PronounTrouble: [[spoiler:Razzy]] in the first game.
* RandomEncounters: No matter where you go, you will be ''swarmed'' by random enemies. At least there is an item to reduce the rate. On the other hand, there's also one that causes RandomEncounters ''even more often.''
* RandomlyDrops: Thankfully, not a huge part of the game.
* RealMenWearPink: In 2 Orion can cook well and then there's a summon spirit with peculiar requirements to pass him.
--> ''A man's got to do what a man's got to do! I need to wear sexy women's clothing!''
* RedOniBlueOni: Despite never meeting as the player chooses who to play as, Pratty is the more rash and bold red oni in comparison to the shyer and closer to earth Cleru who would be the blue oni.
* RewardingVandalism: You can smash crates and barrels and get things that you need to craft weapons.
* RepetitiveName: Nina Nina. The PC mocks this by introducing them self as "maincharactername maincharactername" and "guardianname guardianname", to which Nina calls them out on.
* SavePoint: There are a bunch of cylindrical monuments with swords in them, which allow saving. One of those is typically in your workshop(s).
* SaveToken: Save Diaries, which are consumed when used.
* SayItWithHearts: Sugar, when talking to Pratty.
** A villager in the item shop in Swordcraft Story 2 does this as well. As well as Lynn... sometimes, but especially when she wants something.
* ScriptBreaking: In the first game an event starts after the creation of your first weapon... unless it isn't a "Novice Knife" (You don't get any more recipes at this point, but completing the sidequests will get you two, dependent on your Guardian Beast, and the materials to make them). To progress you need to grab more materials and make a Novice Knife and watch everyone claim it is your first weapon.
** Talking to your Guardian Beast in the second game the evening after first visiting the beach region, where a stray summon blocked you from going further unless you ask "like a sexy woman would ask her man" (don't ask, that stray is just a pervert). You can try it yourself or have your guardian beast do it. Yet the conversation at the end of the day will insist that the player tried, no matter what actually happened.
* SealedEvilInACan: Parista - sort of - in the first game. (Well, he didn't ''start'' evil...)
** Goura in the second game. [[spoiler: He learned to be good in the end, but seals himself anyway.]]
* StayInTheKitchen: ''Inverted'' in the first game. Pratty tends to fare ''much'' better than Cleru in regards to interacting with the other characters, especially Sanary and Razzy.
* SeriousBusiness: Kids Blacksmithing.
* ShoutOut: At one point in the game, you are asked if you've heard rumors about a hero from a land in the south. Your choice of answers (male/female, followed by a choice of two personalities) each corresponds to one of the four playable main characters from the original ''Summon Night'', and depending on what combination you pick, that character will show up in the story rather shortly afterward.
** This also happens in Craft Sword Story 2, with the heroes from ''Summon Night 2'' making a guest appearance.
** Atlus being Atlus, added some standard pop-culture gags in the translation, like "[[TheWizard I love the knuckle. It's so bad.]]"
* SickeninglySweethearts: [[spoiler:Byron]] and [[spoiler:Sarin]] in the second game.
* SoreLoser: Chaves in the first game. He claims your victory was because of your Guardian Beast, despite the fact that he didn't summon his. Bonus points if you didn't actually use your Beast in this battle.
* SquishyWizard: Killfith, the purple-haired demon Guardian Beast in the third game. None too powerful fighting himself, but his Magic rating is leagues ahead of the other three. Late-game, he can one-spell encounters, and on top of all this, he gets the most and the strongest heals, including a revive.
* TagTeam: The third game finally lets your Guardian Beast tag in for you with one of its spells, and will do so automatically if you die with that spell in your active spells list.
* TakeYourTime: Gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] a lot in the first game, your character is always late instead of always being [[AlwaysClose right on time]].
* TheUnfought: You hear a lot about how powerful various characters are, but you never actually get to do battle with most of them. The game sort of allows you to gauge their strength by comparison--you get to fight two Craftlords directly throughout the course of the game, [[spoiler:Lubert]] and [[spoiler:Ureksa]]. It's also somewhat implied that the average Craftlord is about on the same level as [[spoiler:Sanary]] in the tournament. However, it's still only guesswork--a lot of the fighting involving Craftlords tends to take place off-screen. [[spoiler:Varil]] also invokes this in the game's ending, but you can still fight him in the post-game exhibition matches.
* ToBeAMaster: Particularly in the first game. ''Everyone'' wants to be a Craftlord.
* TokenMiniMoe: Tatiana in the second game is an adorable and occasionally bratty LittleSisterHeroine type of girl.
* TournamentArc: The first game's entire premise.
* TwinThreesomeFantasy: Pratty herself blushes heavily and goes dreamy at being told she would be fighting twins next. She turns around quickly when they turn out to be a pair of {{Jerkass}}es though.
* TheRival: Varil declares himself this to the main character in the first game.
* TransformingMecha: [=EXeLD=].
* TransparentCloset: Pratty and Aera, so very much.
* {{Tsundere}}: Varil (a male example) and Sanary in the first game.
** Loki, Devil!Dinah, and all have shades of it...
** The guardian beast Killfith in the last game.
* UltimateBlacksmith: ''The Player Character'' him/herself. They are gonna need a lot of training before getting to that point, however.
* UnholyHolySword: In the third game. [[spoiler:It's the final boss mind you.]]
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: After you beat the first game, you're able to fight all the major tournament opponents again in post-game exhibition matches. However, none of them are any stronger than they were when you first fought them, meaning that with your endgame stats, you can floor most of them with as few as one or two hits. This is particularly jarring for opponents you fought early on like Razzy and Chavez. In Razzy's case, she actually accompanies you later on in a dungeon filled with creatures that are ''way'' higher in level than her level in the tournament (and she apparently handles herself just fine). In Chavez's case, he is actually fought again after his tournament match and has about three times his original health--but goes back down to his original strength when you fight him a third time in the post-game. May also be an example of {{Gameplay And Story Segregation}}.
* WalkingTechbane: The second game's protagonist.
* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Quite literally. The first weapon you use is a forging hammer. You're stuck with it until you get materials to make better weapons.
--> "A hammer is not just for forging weapons. It forges a woman!" (Or man, depending on the player.)
* WorthyOpponent: Kenon is very respectful and notes his loss was due to the player character being better than them. This is a sharp (and explicitly noted) contrast to the rest of the gold guild.
* ZettaiRyouiki: Aera and Lynn, in the second game.
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* ''[[VideoGame/SummonNightExThese Summon Night Ex-These: Yoake no Tsubasa]]''

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* ''[[VideoGame/SummonNightExThese ''[[VideoGame/SummonNightThese Summon Night Ex-These: Yoake no Tsubasa]]''



[[folder:''These'' sub-series]]
* ElementalRockPaperScissors: An oddity for the series, ''Gran-These'' has one. Coincidentally, it follows the cycle from FireEmblem. That is, Light → Dark → Anima → Light. Anima also has its own internal cycle of Water → Fire → Air → Earth.
* GuysSmashGirlsShoot: In ''Gran-These'', Lost uses a sword while Millet uses a gun. ''EX-These'' has a lesser version: Leonus uses a two-handed sword while Ainna uses a rapier.
* SchrodingersPlayerCharacter: Notably averted considering the rest of series (except the first ''Summon Night'' due to EarlyInstallmentWeirdness) follows it. The choice of protagonist in both ''EX-These'' and ''Gran-These'' is a POV thing. You can switch protagonists in ''EX-These'' with the press of a button.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: ''EX-These'' has been rendered as "Ecstasy" and "EX-Thesis". To be fair, it was a change from Flight-Plan's usual GratuitousEnglish where a transliteration could easily be found in the game or the website. Only [[AllThereInTheManual various books related to the game]] had it until the series' 10th anniversary celebration. Even there, it was hidden in the background image of the commemoration site. Not to mention the site's navigational display was obscuring it. This meant to see it, one had to stop the page before it finished loading; no easy feat as Japan has the best overall internet speeds in the world. The updated commemoration site has since changed to make it more easily visible.
** 夜明けの翼 (the subtitle of ''EX-These'') is sometimes erroneously transliterated as "youak'''u''' no tsubasa" rather than the correct "youak'''e''' no tsubasa". This likely has its origin in the scene release group GANT, whose release had the error (along with the "EX-Thesis" spelling), and spread as [=P2P=] copied it. Website/GameFAQs had the error at one point, but was later corrected.
* VideoGame3DLeap: ''Gran-These''.
* ZettaiRyouiki: The female leads of both games.
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[[folder:''Summon Night X'']]
* FanTranslation: There is a Simplified Chinese translation of the game available.
** Crimson Nocturnal had [[http://crimson-nocturnal.com/projects/summon-night-x started an English translation]]. Unfortunately, the translation was dropped and the group has disbanded.
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* ''Summon Night Ex-These: Yoake no Tsubasa''

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* ''Summon ''[[VideoGame/SummonNightExThese Summon Night Ex-These: Yoake no Tsubasa''Tsubasa]]''



* ''Summon Night X: Tears Crown''

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* ''Summon ''[[VideoGame/SummonNightX Summon Night X: Tears Crown''Crown]]''
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[[folder:''Twin Age'']]
* AnAxeToGrind: Nassau
* ArtificialStupidity: The partner AI doesn't know how to avoid spikes and poison pools. You must lead them away from those areas.
* BareYourMidriff: Ayn, Agneah, and Phiera
* CryCute: During a night scene with Aldo and Ayn, the later bursts into tears after learning about how humans look down on the Kascuza.
* DifficultyByRegion: Non-japanese versions of the game start Aldo and Reiha with boosted money, skill points, items, and pre-learned high-ranked skills.
* FantasticRacism: Humans are described to generally look down on the Kascuza. Additionally, Nassau isn't very friendly to most of the humans he meets.
* GuideDangIt: The game never mentions tells you that characters are invincible while they are casting. Leading many players to wonder why none of their attacks are able to damage bosses that can cast skills.
* HumansAreBastards: What with the capturing and exploiting of Summon Creatures and all.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: Aldo and Reiha, despite him being a Summon Creature summoned by her. However, they ''were'' raised as brother and sister for the past seven years. Can be subverted to NotBloodSiblings depending on the ending you get (and how you interpret them).
* LittleBitBeastly: The Kascuza have animal-like tails. Most humans call them demi-beasts, a name Ayn and Nessau are not fond of.
* RelationshipValues: Every character besides the main character has a support rank measuring this. At the end of the game, this determines the ending you'll receive.
* SupportPartyMember: All of Ticah's skills are based on healing or buffing her team members.
* TechTree
* TheGlomp: Aldo throws himself at Reiha early in the game, after finding out that she's been fine after they were separated.
* TheRedMage: Reiha can specialize in both offensive and support magic.
* TheMedic: Ayn primarily specializes in healing magic.
* TerribleArtist: Nessau is horrible at drawing others, but he thinks that his drawings are great.
* ZettaiRyouiki: Reiha
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* ''Summon Night Twin Age: Seireitachi no Kyoumei'' (''Koe'') (''Summon Night: Twin Age'')

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* ''Summon ''[[VideoGame/SummonNightTwinAge Summon Night Twin Age: Seireitachi no Kyoumei'' (''Koe'') (''Summon Kyoumei (Koe) (Summon Night: Twin Age'')Age)]]''
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* MayDecemberRomance: Ribiel towards Lucian [[spoiler: hinted when she tends to him and stays only by him despite others also suffering from the Soul Rot Disease caused by the black snow]]. Maybe considered {{Shotacon}} and/or PuppyLove. Ribiel is certainly older than Lucian in terms of chronological age, but is seemingly younger in terms of mental age.

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* MayDecemberRomance: Ribiel towards Lucian [[spoiler: hinted when she tends to him and stays only by him despite others also suffering from the Soul Rot Disease caused by the black snow]]. Maybe considered {{Shotacon}} paedophilia and/or PuppyLove. Ribiel is certainly older than Lucian in terms of chronological age, but is seemingly younger in terms of mental age.
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** Goura in the second game.

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** Goura in the second game. [[spoiler: He learned to be good in the end, but seals himself anyway.]]
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* [[spoiler: EverybodyLives: The Game. Only massive ObviouslyEvil JerkAss Lubert and its expy Gedharm are shown to be killed, and the main villain either redeems itself and seals on its own. The first game has choice to sacrifice your Guardian Beast to strengthen your final weapon but [[EarnYourHappyEnding you can craft your final weapon anyway despite being slightly weaker without sacrificing the Guardian Beast.]] ]]

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* [[spoiler: EverybodyLives: The Game. Only Aside from characters already passed away in the past before the story began, in game there's only massive ObviouslyEvil JerkAss Lubert and its expy Gedharm (including his right hand woman Passeau) are shown to be killed, and the main villain either redeems itself and seals on its own. The first game has choice to sacrifice your Guardian Beast to strengthen your final weapon but [[EarnYourHappyEnding you can craft your final weapon anyway despite being slightly weaker without sacrificing the Guardian Beast.]] ]]
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