History VideoGame / SwordOfVermilion

27th May '17 7:10:07 PM RoarkTenjouin
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This game [[IThoughtItMeant has nothing to do with]] Laevateinn, the sword wielded by [[LightNovel/ChivalryOfAFailedKnight Stella Vermillion]].
28th Mar '17 8:39:19 AM Gosicrystal
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This game provides examples of:

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* FauxFirstPerson3D

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* FindTheCure: See Universal Poison below.
* GuideDangIt / LostForever: The Crimson Armor. It's nowhere near the strongest armor in the game, but with the ability to heal you for 5 HP with every step you take on the [[FauxFirstPerson3D overworld/dungeon map]], it's definitely a keeper. Unfortunately, if you don't talk to the Old Man in Keltwick again ''after'' he gives you his sketch and ''before'' giving the sketch to the Old Woman in Helwig (getting rewarded with the Dragon Shield), he won't tell you where to find it by the tree northeast of Keltwick, and talking to him after receiving the shield only has him tell you that he's waiting for a letter from the Old Woman.



* PermanentlyMissableContent: The Crimson Armor. It's nowhere near the strongest armor in the game, but with the ability to heal you for 5 HP with every step you take on the [[FauxFirstPerson3D overworld/dungeon map]], it's definitely a keeper. Unfortunately, if you don't talk to the Old Man in Keltwick again ''after'' he gives you his sketch and ''before'' giving the sketch to the Old Woman in Helwig (getting rewarded with the Dragon Shield), he won't tell you where to find it by the tree northeast of Keltwick, and talking to him after receiving the shield only has him tell you that he's waiting for a letter from the Old Woman.



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The hero of the game.

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12th Dec '16 4:27:08 PM Sabrewing
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* SpellLevels: Zigzagged, as touched on above. For Sangua, you can buy later versions called Sanguia and Sanguio which recover more HP. Volti upgrades to Voltios, and from there to Voltio. Aero, Hydro, and Chrono each upgrade once with -ios suffixes. Ferros upgrades to Murcurios, while Copperos and Argentos both have different effects.
11th Apr '16 3:36:10 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The interface for fighting a {{Boss Battle}} is completely different from the one for fighting {{Mooks}}.
** The game is ''made'' of these. Exploring towns is a traditional 3/4s view console RPG setup with only movement in the four cardinal directions, exploring the wilderness and dungeons is a first-person viewpoint, enemy battles is back to 3/4s view with eight-way directions and realtime combat, and boss battles are a from-the-side one on one fight similar to a Tales game or a fighter.

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* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The interface for fighting a {{Boss Battle}} whole game is completely a hodgepodge of different from the one for fighting {{Mooks}}.
** The game is ''made'' of these.
gameplay styles. Exploring towns is a traditional 3/4s view console RPG setup with only movement in the four cardinal directions, exploring directions. Exploring the wilderness and dungeons is a first-person viewpoint, enemy viewpoint. Enemy battles is back to 3/4s view with eight-way directions and realtime combat, and boss combat. Boss battles are a from-the-side one on one fight similar to a Tales game or a fighter.
8th Mar '16 11:13:38 PM Sabrewing
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* TalkToEveryone: You're often required to talk to several townspeople if you want maps of the nearby wilderness can caves.

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* TalkToEveryone: You're often required to talk to several townspeople if you want maps of the nearby wilderness can and caves.
8th Mar '16 11:12:53 PM Sabrewing
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* TalkToEveryone: You're often required to talk to several townspeople if you want maps of the nearby wilderness can caves.
13th Feb '16 12:25:37 PM GrammarNavi
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''Sword of Vermilion'' is a RolePlayingGame, made for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis by Creator/{{Sega}}'s [=AM2=] team in 1989. It was part of the Sega Genesis Collection for the PlayStation2 and is also available as a download for the {{Wii}}.

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''Sword of Vermilion'' is a RolePlayingGame, made for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis by Creator/{{Sega}}'s [=AM2=] team in 1989. It was part of the Sega Genesis Collection for the PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and is also available as a download for the {{Wii}}.
UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}.
2nd Dec '15 5:30:30 PM nombretomado
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''Sword of Vermilion'' is a RolePlayingGame, made for the SegaGenesis by Creator/{{Sega}}'s [=AM2=] team in 1989. It was part of the Sega Genesis Collection for the PlayStation2 and is also available as a download for the {{Wii}}.

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''Sword of Vermilion'' is a RolePlayingGame, made for the SegaGenesis UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis by Creator/{{Sega}}'s [=AM2=] team in 1989. It was part of the Sega Genesis Collection for the PlayStation2 and is also available as a download for the {{Wii}}.
18th Sep '15 3:09:16 AM GastonRabbit
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''Sword of Vermilion'' (yes, [[http://shrines.rpgclassics.com/genesis/sov/ it only has one L]]) is a RolePlayingGame, made for the SegaGenesis by Creator/{{Sega}}'s [=AM2=] team in 1989. It was part of the Sega Genesis Collection for the PlayStation2 and is also available as a download for the {{Wii}}.

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''Sword of Vermilion'' (yes, [[http://shrines.rpgclassics.com/genesis/sov/ it only has one L]]) is a RolePlayingGame, made for the SegaGenesis by Creator/{{Sega}}'s [=AM2=] team in 1989. It was part of the Sega Genesis Collection for the PlayStation2 and is also available as a download for the {{Wii}}.
30th Jan '15 6:02:36 AM HHog
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* {{Curse}}: The "equip a cursed item and you can't take it off until you visit a church" variety. There's a total of three pieces of cursed equipment in the game: Dark Swords, the Death Sword, and the Old Nick Armor.

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* {{Curse}}: The "equip a cursed item and you can't take it off until you visit a church" variety. Being cursed also restricts you from using magic in any way. There's a total of three pieces of cursed equipment in the game: Dark Swords, the Death Sword, and the Old Nick Armor.
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