History VideoGame / TOUHOU

18th Jan '18 2:42:26 AM TrueShadow1
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* DarkWorld: Downplayed. The final stage of ''Hopeless Masquerade'' is the Human Village, but at nighttime. While daytime Human Village is one of the more colorful stages, with a lot of villagers watching and cheering. The night version, on the other hand, is dark and bleak, with the spectators standing still and wearing creepy white masks due to [[FinalBoss Kokoro]] absorbing their emotions.
12th Jan '18 5:34:20 PM Quanyails
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** In ''Antinomy of Common Flower'', during [[spoiler:Shion Yorigami's]] final spellcard, Reimu's spellcard meter recharges very quickly, allowing her to spam it.

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** In ''Antinomy of Common Flower'', Flowers'', during [[spoiler:Shion Yorigami's]] final spellcard, Reimu's spellcard meter recharges very quickly, allowing her to spam it.
10th Jan '18 7:04:49 PM theresearcher
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** In ''Antinomy of Common Flower'', during [[spoiler:Shion Yorigami's]] final spellcard, Reimu's spellcard meter recharges very quickly, allowing her to spam it.
8th Jan '18 7:10:54 PM AlaAlba
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** Yukari- Teke-teke: Traps the foe with her gaps, then uses her fingernails to slice them in half.[[labelnote:The Legend]]Teke-teke is said to be a ghost of a woman who has lost the bottom half of her body. She would chase after a victim by running with her arms, making a "teke-teke" sound and would do something with the victim if she catches them, with one example being slicing the victim in half and stealing their legs.[[/labelnote]]

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** Yukari- Teke-teke: Traps the foe with her gaps, then uses her fingernails to slice them in half.[[labelnote:The Legend]]Teke-teke is said to be a ghost of a woman who has lost the bottom half of her body.body, usually from being run over by a train. She would chase after a victim by running with her arms, making a "teke-teke" sound and would do something with the victim if she catches them, with one example being slicing the victim in half and stealing their legs.[[/labelnote]]
** Doremy - Sleep paralysis: Binding the opponent inside their dream soul with metal chain and lock. [[labelnote:The Legend]]Sleep paralysis is a medical condition when, during awakening or falling asleep, the still conscious person is incapable of moving their body, often experiencing hallucination or nightmare. Various cultures attribute the sleep paralysis as a supernatural disturbance, with the Japanese specifically calls the condition as ''kanashibari'' (bound in metal).
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31st Dec '17 3:39:50 AM Hylarn
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* EarnYourHappyEnding: BIG TIME. In every Touhou main game, there is a Good ending and a Bad ending, the Good ending is earned by getting through the entire game on any difficulty from normal and above, without using continues. This means if you have lost all your lives in this run, start over from stage one or settle with the bad ending. [[NintendoHard Goodluck]].
** For your reference, The troper writing this had spent 7 years playing Touhou without seeing the good ending once.
31st Dec '17 1:25:17 AM hoodie
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* EarnYourHappyEnding: BIG TIME. In every Touhou main game, there is a Good ending and a Bad ending, the Good ending is earned by getting through the entire game on any difficulty from normal and above, without using continues. This means if you have lost all your lives in this run, start over from stage one or settle with the bad ending. [[NintendoHard Goodluck]].
** For your reference, The troper writing this had spent 7 years playing Touhou without seeing the good ending once.
30th Dec '17 11:32:37 AM TPPR10
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** Tenshi - [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Frequency_Active_Auroral_Research_Program HAARP]]: Uses antenna arrays to call forth a giant lightning storm. [[labelnote:The Legend]] The HAARP program has brought forth a lot of conspiracy theories on it's true purpose, with the most popular one being that it is a WeatherControlMachineMachine[[/labelnote]]
** Yukari- Teke-teke: Traps the foe with her gaps, then uses her fingernails to slice them in half.[[Labelnote:The Legend]]Teke-teke is said to be a ghost of a woman who has lost the bottom half of her body. She would chase after a victim by running with her arms, making a "teke-teke" sound and would do something with the victim if she catches them, with one example being slicing the victim in half and stealing their legs.[[/labelnote]]

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** Tenshi - [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Frequency_Active_Auroral_Research_Program HAARP]]: Uses antenna arrays to call forth a giant lightning storm. [[labelnote:The Legend]] The HAARP program has brought forth a lot of conspiracy theories on it's true purpose, with the most popular one being that it is a WeatherControlMachineMachine[[/labelnote]]
WeatherControlMachine.[[/labelnote]]
** Yukari- Teke-teke: Traps the foe with her gaps, then uses her fingernails to slice them in half.[[Labelnote:The [[labelnote:The Legend]]Teke-teke is said to be a ghost of a woman who has lost the bottom half of her body. She would chase after a victim by running with her arms, making a "teke-teke" sound and would do something with the victim if she catches them, with one example being slicing the victim in half and stealing their legs.[[/labelnote]]
30th Dec '17 11:30:57 AM TPPR10
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* UrbanLegend: The main gimmick of ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' is the cast having fun with these, going as far as putting them into their Last Word spells.

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* UrbanLegend: The main gimmick of ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' is the cast having fun with these, going as far as putting them into their Last Word spells. They carry over to ''Antinomy of Common Flowers'' with new additions.



** Sumireko - UsefulNotes/SevenWondersOfTheWorld: Channels power from said wonders, or rather the "[[MacGuffin occult orbs]]" she collected from them, manifesting as a purple column of energy that crashes into the opponent from above. The power of the orbs allows her to breach the Hakurei Barrier and enter Gensokyo. [[labelnote:The Legend]]A slightly modified version to fit the setting as is Touhou tradition, the seven wonders in this setting are places in the outside world with the strongest supernatural presence: the Pyramids of Giza, Stonehenge, the Tower of Babel, Yomotsu Hirasaka, the Nazca Lines, Shigakogen's Hell Valley, and the Lunar Capital. If you think something is off with how Sumireko got that last one, [[SequelHook you're absolutely right.]][[/labelnote]]

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** Sumireko - UsefulNotes/SevenWondersOfTheWorld: Channels power from said wonders, or rather the "[[MacGuffin occult orbs]]" she collected from them, manifesting as a purple column of energy that crashes into the opponent from above. The power of the orbs allows her to breach the Hakurei Barrier and enter Gensokyo. [[labelnote:The Legend]]A slightly modified version to fit the setting as is Touhou tradition, the seven wonders in this setting are places in the outside world with the strongest supernatural presence: the Pyramids of Giza, Stonehenge, the Tower of Babel, Yomotsu Hirasaka, the Nazca Lines, Shigakogen's Hell Valley, and the Lunar Capital. If you think something is off with how Sumireko got that last one, [[SequelHook you're absolutely right.]][[/labelnote]]]][[/labelnote]]. In ''[=AoCF=]'', it is replaced with {{Doppelganger}}, though her Last Word is the same.


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** Tenshi - [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Frequency_Active_Auroral_Research_Program HAARP]]: Uses antenna arrays to call forth a giant lightning storm. [[labelnote:The Legend]] The HAARP program has brought forth a lot of conspiracy theories on it's true purpose, with the most popular one being that it is a WeatherControlMachineMachine[[/labelnote]]
** Yukari- Teke-teke: Traps the foe with her gaps, then uses her fingernails to slice them in half.[[Labelnote:The Legend]]Teke-teke is said to be a ghost of a woman who has lost the bottom half of her body. She would chase after a victim by running with her arms, making a "teke-teke" sound and would do something with the victim if she catches them, with one example being slicing the victim in half and stealing their legs.[[/labelnote]]
9th Dec '17 12:24:09 PM StFan
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** Manpuku Jinja's ''Gensou Mangekyou'' (or ''Fanfic/FantasyKaleidoscope''), which retells the story of ''Perfect Cherry Blossom'' in the first episode, ''the Embodiment of Scarlet Devil'' in the second to fourth episode, and ''Phantasmagoria of Flower View'' in the fifth and sixth episode.

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** Manpuku Jinja's ''Gensou Mangekyou'' (or ''Fanfic/FantasyKaleidoscope''), ''WebAnimation/FantasyKaleidoscope''), which retells the story of ''Perfect Cherry Blossom'' in the first episode, ''the Embodiment of Scarlet Devil'' in the second to fourth episode, and ''Phantasmagoria of Flower View'' in the fifth and sixth episode.
1st Dec '17 11:40:37 PM Kalaong
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* SuperSargassoSea: The Great Hakurei Barrier between Gensokyo and the Outside World ''attracts'' things or concepts which have "become fantasy" in the outside world. While it's mainly a justification for the existence of youkai, it also attracts other things like extinct or endangered species, and yes, a bunch of lost items from the outside.
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