History VideoGame / Tenchu

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* AnotherSideAnotherStory: Most games after the fist include a third secret character whose story runs parallel with that of Rikimaru and Ayame. This is most notable in ''Tenchu 2'' and ''Fatal Shadows''.

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* AnotherSideAnotherStory: Most games after the fist first include a third secret character whose story runs parallel with that of Rikimaru and Ayame. This is most notable in ''Tenchu 2'' and ''Fatal Shadows''.



* DeadCharacterWalking: Original has a player-accessible DebugMode that can cause all sorts of amusing glitches when abused: If you jump into a BottomlessPit and then use the debug menu to teleport back to the beginning of the level after you drop to 0 HP, you'll be essentially invincible and all enemy attacks go through you. However, this also gives you the same SuperDrowningSkills the enemies suffer from, but thanks to the debug menu, you can teleport yourself out of the water as well and revive yourself on command: depending on how long you let your character drown before you revive then, their lower torso [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe might disappear entirely]] or they might turn completely invisible with only their weapon floating in the air.

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* DeadCharacterWalking: Original has a player-accessible DebugMode that can cause all sorts of amusing glitches when abused: If you jump into a BottomlessPit and then use the debug menu to teleport back to the beginning of the level after you drop to 0 HP, you'll be essentially invincible and all enemy attacks go through you. However, this also gives you the same SuperDrowningSkills the enemies suffer from, but thanks to the debug menu, you can teleport yourself out of the water as well and revive yourself on command: depending on how long you let your character drown before you revive then, them, their lower torso [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe might disappear entirely]] or they might turn completely invisible with only their weapon floating in the air.



* WhatMeasureIsAMook: The player can often hear the mooks [[EnemyChatter utter some lines]] while hiding in the Shadows. That includes lines as "The doctor said I should stay away from dangerous business for a while" (said by a ninja of all people) and "I need to cut down on my drinking, or my wife will be mad at me again". Though that might not be intentional. You could feel sorry for mooks getting murdered seconds after saying "I'm sure tonight will be completely uneventful".

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* WhatMeasureIsAMook: The player can often hear the mooks [[EnemyChatter utter some lines]] while hiding in the Shadows. That includes lines such as "The doctor said I should stay away from dangerous business for a while" (said by a ninja of all people) and "I need to cut down on my drinking, or my wife will be mad at me again". Though that might not be intentional. You could feel sorry for mooks getting murdered seconds after saying "I'm sure tonight will be completely uneventful".



* UpdatedRerelease: A curious example. The first Tenchu released in Japan is quite unlike the one overseas gamer experienced. The overseas edition added many features, such as the mid-boss battle at the first stage, extra stages, opening movie, as well as the cheats. This was later remade back in Japan by the name of Tenchu: Shinobi Gaisen, featuring extra difficulty levels including the HarderThanHard [[DifficultyByRegion European Extreme]], as well as different language audios.

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* UpdatedRerelease: A curious example. The first Tenchu released in Japan is quite unlike the one overseas gamer gamers experienced. The overseas edition added many features, such as the mid-boss battle at the first stage, extra stages, opening movie, as well as the cheats. This was later remade back in Japan by the name of Tenchu: Shinobi Gaisen, featuring extra difficulty levels including the HarderThanHard [[DifficultyByRegion European Extreme]], as well as different language audios.



* MyMasterRightOrWrong: Genbu refuses to stop fighting as he feel he owes Kagami for all she did for him.

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* MyMasterRightOrWrong: Genbu refuses to stop fighting as he feel feels he owes Kagami for all she did for him.



* GagDub: The B-side audio option, detailing Rikimaru's quest for the secret invention [[spoiler:toilet paper]], Ayane's possible modeling career and Tesshu's adventures as a homosexual.

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* GagDub: The B-side audio option, detailing Rikimaru's quest for the secret invention [[spoiler:toilet paper]], [[spoiler:(toilet paper)]], Ayane's possible modeling career and Tesshu's adventures as a homosexual.



* InstrumentOfMurder: Shou from the Kuroya fights with a shamisen concealing a ''freakin machinegun''.

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* InstrumentOfMurder: Shou from the Kuroya fights with a shamisen concealing a ''freakin machinegun''.''freakin' machine gun''.



* DemonicPossession: Implied in the end that [[spoiler: Onikage has possessed Ayame]].

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* DemonicPossession: Implied in the end that [[spoiler: Onikage [[spoiler:Onikage has possessed Ayame]].



* TheMole: Someone within Gohda castle appears to be acting as one for the BigBad

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* TheMole: Someone within Gohda castle appears to be acting as one for the BigBadBigBad.
7th Oct '17 12:31:31 AM ReikoKazama
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* Even though not developed by Activision, ''Return of the Ninja'', released by Natsume and Ubisoft (The former released for USA, the later for EUR) for UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor borrowed a lot of elements from Tenchu series. And the cards you obtain through playing through stages or trading with friends adds to this referencing!

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* Even though not developed by Activision, ''Return of the Ninja'', released by Natsume and Ubisoft (The former released it for USA, the later latter for EUR) for UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor borrowed a lot of elements from the Tenchu series. And the cards you obtain through playing through stages or trading with friends adds to this referencing!



* ActionGirl: Ayame, Rin and in Tenchu Z you can make a female character who would become this. They are all highly-trained ninja that can kill their targets in the blink of an eye.

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* ActionGirl: Ayame, Rin Rin, and in Tenchu Z you can make a female character who would will become this. They are all highly-trained ninja that can kill their targets in the blink of an eye.



* BearsAreBadNews: A recurring enemy in the series. They are usually simply {{Big Mook}}s found in cave/forest-type stages, although ''Fatal Shadows'' presents one as a boss, which was later made playable in ''Time of the Assassins''.

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* BearsAreBadNews: A recurring enemy in the series. They are usually simply {{Big {{Giant Mook}}s found in cave/forest-type stages, although ''Fatal Shadows'' presents one as a boss, which was later made playable in ''Time of the Assassins''.



* CaptainErsatz: {{Naruto}}'s creator has openly admitted that Kakashi is based off of Rikimaru.

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* CaptainErsatz: {{Naruto}}'s Manga/{{Naruto}}'s creator has openly admitted that Kakashi is based off of Rikimaru.



* CoolBigSis: Ayame acts like this to Gohda's daughter, princess Kiku.

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* CoolBigSis: Ayame acts like this to Gohda's daughter, princess Princess Kiku.



* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Since the games are set around 16th-century feudal Japan, the characters have values that are rather old fashioned or sexist from a modern point of view. In ''Stealth Assassins'' for example, if Rikimaru was sent to assassinate a corrupt Minister who's taking bribes, the Minister accepts his fate and ask Rikimaru to help him commit Seppuku. But if Ayame is the one to the assassinate him, the Minister is offended that a woman was sent to kill him and fights back. Even the protagonist are guilty of this with Rikimaru expressing [[StayInTheKitchen that women shouldn't be warriors]] despite [[{{Hypocrite}} his partner Ayame is one]].

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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Since the games are set around 16th-century feudal Japan, the characters have values that are rather old fashioned or sexist from a modern point of view. In ''Stealth Assassins'' for example, if Rikimaru was sent to assassinate a corrupt Minister who's taking bribes, the Minister accepts his fate and ask asks Rikimaru to help him commit Seppuku. But if Ayame is the one to the assassinate him, the Minister is offended that a woman was sent to kill him and fights back. Even the protagonist protagonists are guilty of this with Rikimaru expressing [[StayInTheKitchen that women shouldn't be warriors]] despite the fact that [[{{Hypocrite}} his partner Ayame is one]].



* DistressedDamsel: Kiku gets kidnapped [[OnceAnEpisode once on each main game]].
* DualWielding: Ayame wields a pair of daggers as her WeaponOfChoice. Ocassionally enemies or bosses also appear wielding two weapons, usually katanas.

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* DistressedDamsel: Kiku gets kidnapped [[OnceAnEpisode once on in each main game]].
* DualWielding: Ayame wields a pair of daggers as her WeaponOfChoice. Ocassionally Occasionally enemies or bosses also appear wielding two weapons, usually katanas.



* ExtremityExtremist: Onikage is all about kicks, only using his hands for special grabs in ''Wrath of Heaven'' and sometimes block.

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* ExtremityExtremist: Onikage is all about kicks, only using his hands for special grabs in ''Wrath of Heaven'' and sometimes block.blocking.



* NinjaLog: The Ninja Rebirth item, which ressurects the player if killed when equipped.

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* NinjaLog: The Ninja Rebirth item, which ressurects resurrects the player if they are killed when equipped.



* OneSteveLimit: Averted, though in different games. There are two characters named Nasu: a [[AristocratsAreEvil corrupt aristocrat]] in Wrath of Heavens, and a DirtyOldMan that [[CovertPervert doubles as a massagist]] in Fatal Shadows. There are also up to three Echigoya characters in various games, and they're all corrupt merchants with a thing for harassing geishas.

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* OneSteveLimit: Averted, though in different games. There are two characters named Nasu: a [[AristocratsAreEvil corrupt aristocrat]] in Wrath of Heavens, and a DirtyOldMan that [[CovertPervert doubles as a massagist]] massage giver]] in Fatal Shadows. There are also up to three Echigoya characters in various games, and they're all corrupt merchants with a thing for harassing geishas.



** ''Fatal Shadows'' brings in a mostly-complete recreation of the 3rd/cave level and 4th/checkpoint level from the first game, altough many areas in the latter are closed off and split into two different missions.

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** ''Fatal Shadows'' brings in a mostly-complete recreation of the 3rd/cave level and 4th/checkpoint level from the first game, altough although many areas in the latter are closed off and split into two different missions.



* SecretCharacter: Each game in the series has a third unlockable character. Except the first one.

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* SecretCharacter: Each game in the series (bar the first game) has a third unlockable character. Except the first one.character.



* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Saw a dead teammate over there? They stay alert...for all of 1 minute before resuming patrol as if nothing ever happened. Worse if using an animal-sound mimicking item/skill, which will make the guards relax after hearing a cow, chicken or dog and ''assuming those were the culprits''!
* WhatMeasureIsAMook: the player can often hear the mooks [[EnemyChatter utter some lines]] while hiding in the Shadows. That includes lines as "The doctor said I should stay away from dangerous business for a while" (said by a ninja of all people) and "I need to cut down on my drinking, or my wife will be mad at me again". Though that might not be intentional. You could feel sorry for mooks getting murdered seconds after saying "I'm sure tonight will be completely uneventful".

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* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Saw a dead teammate over there? They stay alert... for all of 1 minute before resuming patrol as if nothing ever happened. Worse if using an animal-sound mimicking item/skill, which will make the guards relax after hearing a cow, chicken or dog and ''assuming those were the culprits''!
* WhatMeasureIsAMook: the The player can often hear the mooks [[EnemyChatter utter some lines]] while hiding in the Shadows. That includes lines as "The doctor said I should stay away from dangerous business for a while" (said by a ninja of all people) and "I need to cut down on my drinking, or my wife will be mad at me again". Though that might not be intentional. You could feel sorry for mooks getting murdered seconds after saying "I'm sure tonight will be completely uneventful".



''Tenchu: Stealth Assassins'' is the first game in the series, focused on an apparent series of unrelated missions carried over by Rikimaru/Ayame by orders of Lord Gohda. Half-way through, Onikage makes his appearances and the protagonists are dragged into [[BonusLevelOfHell hell itself]] to save Gohda's daughter from Onikage's master, [[{{Satan}} Lord Mei-Oh]]. The original Japanese version was an ObviousBeta with clunky controls and graphics, so the western version was [[RegionalBonus reworked, while adding two new stages and three different selectable enemy layouts]]. Eventually the Japanese market got an UpdatedRerelease under the subtitle ''Shinobi Gaisen'', which included all the upgrades plus a brand-new LevelEditor. Later in 1999 ''Tenchu: Shinobi Hyakusen'' was released, a [[NoExportForYou japan-only]] [[MissionPackSequel Mission Pack]] made of 100 fan-submited levels created with Shinobi Gaisen's LevelEditor.

* ArtificialStupidity: Dead bodies are effectively "out of play" in this game. Guards and civilians can walk down a bloodsoaked street littered with corpses without being alarmed.
* BreathWeapon: The fire-eaters scroll allows Rikimaru/Ayame to release a potent fire breath at enemies, whereas the skinny, big-headed cultists in Stage 6 have it as a natural ability.

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''Tenchu: Stealth Assassins'' is the first game in the series, focused on an apparent series of unrelated missions carried over out by Rikimaru/Ayame by orders of Lord Gohda. Half-way through, Onikage makes his appearances and the protagonists are dragged into [[BonusLevelOfHell hell itself]] to save Gohda's daughter from Onikage's master, [[{{Satan}} Lord Mei-Oh]]. The original Japanese version was an ObviousBeta with clunky controls and graphics, so the western version was [[RegionalBonus reworked, while adding two new stages and three different selectable enemy layouts]]. Eventually the Japanese market got an UpdatedRerelease under the subtitle ''Shinobi Gaisen'', which included all the upgrades plus a brand-new LevelEditor. Later in 1999 ''Tenchu: Shinobi Hyakusen'' was released, a [[NoExportForYou japan-only]] Japan-only]] [[MissionPackSequel Mission Pack]] made of 100 fan-submited fan-submitted levels created with Shinobi Gaisen's LevelEditor.

* ArtificialStupidity: Dead bodies are effectively "out of play" in this game. Guards and civilians can walk down a bloodsoaked blood-soaked street littered with corpses without being alarmed.
* BreathWeapon: The fire-eaters fire-eater scroll allows Rikimaru/Ayame to release a potent fire breath at enemies, whereas the skinny, big-headed cultists in Stage 6 have it as a natural ability.



* GratuitousSpanish: Balmer, the foreign pirate. The english version is not ''that'' bad (though the thick Cuban accent certainly doesn't help), but the Japanese original on the other hand...

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* GratuitousSpanish: Balmer, the foreign pirate. The english English version is not ''that'' bad (though the thick Cuban accent certainly doesn't help), but the Japanese original on the other hand...



* TeleportSpam: Mei-Oh. Hoo-boy does he loves teleporting around...

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* TeleportSpam: Mei-Oh. Hoo-boy does he loves love teleporting around...



* WarmupBoss: Echigoya is reeeeeally slow both moving and shooting, telegraphs every attack he makes and has a rather mediocre life bar.

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* WarmupBoss: Echigoya is reeeeeally slow at both moving and shooting, telegraphs every attack he makes and has a rather mediocre life bar.



* CoolBoat / NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: The Fire Demon.

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* CoolBoat / NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: CoolBoat[=/=]NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: The Fire Demon.



** TheDragon - Seiryu [[spoiler: both the original and Tatsumaru]].

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** TheDragon - Seiryu [[spoiler: both [[spoiler:(both the original and Tatsumaru]].Tatsumaru)]].



* SwordOverHead: Lord Gohda is engaged in a sword fight with his uncle, who has led a revolt against him. Being the good and noble lord Gohda hesitates after disarming him, and lowers his weapon. [[NoNonsenseNemesis His uncle then shoots him.]] It is then that the player controlled Rikumaru steps in, cuing a boss fight. After the fight, the trope occurs again, with Rikumaru poised over the uncle. Being a ninja, Rikumaru slashes, but Gohda leaps in and takes the slash to his back. The uncle, touched by this, proceeds to scamper off and kill Gohda's wife and kidnap his daughter. Nice guy.

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* SwordOverHead: Lord Gohda is engaged in a sword fight with his uncle, who has led a revolt against him. Being the good and noble lord Gohda hesitates after disarming him, and lowers his weapon. [[NoNonsenseNemesis His uncle then shoots him.]] It is then that the player controlled Rikumaru Rikimaru steps in, cuing a boss fight. After the fight, the trope occurs again, with Rikumaru Rikimaru poised over the uncle. Being a ninja, Rikumaru Rikimaru slashes, but Gohda leaps in and takes the slash to his back. The uncle, touched by this, proceeds to scamper off and kill Gohda's wife and kidnap his daughter. Nice guy.



''Tenchu 3: Wrath of Heaven'' is a direct sequel starting where the first game left out. Each character has its own individual and independent storyline, which are quite different and contradictory between them. They all center on a new BigBad, the dark wizard Tenrai, and his attempt to take over Gohda's land by either claiming Lord Mei-Oh's power (Rikimaru's story) or a set of three MacGuffin (Ayame's). The first entry in UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, ''Wrath of Heaven'' refined the gameplay of the first two and introduced several new features, including a set of ninja skills to unlock, extra weapons beyond the basic ones and the ability to wield enemy weapons. It also included a set of co-op missions and a Versus Mode with several of the bosses playable. It later got a remake for UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} titled ''Tenchu: Return from Darkness'', with added stages and online capabilities.

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''Tenchu 3: Wrath of Heaven'' is a direct sequel starting where the first game left out. off. Each character has its their own individual and independent storyline, which are quite different and contradictory between them. They all center on a new BigBad, the dark wizard Tenrai, and his attempt to take over Gohda's land by either claiming Lord Mei-Oh's power (Rikimaru's story) or a set of three MacGuffin {{MacGuffin}}s (Ayame's). The first entry in UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, ''Wrath of Heaven'' refined the gameplay of the first two and introduced several new features, including a set of ninja skills to unlock, extra weapons beyond the basic ones and the ability to wield enemy weapons. It also included a set of co-op missions and a Versus Mode with several of the bosses playable. It later got a remake for UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} titled ''Tenchu: Return from Darkness'', with added stages and online capabilities.



* BackFromTheDead: Rikimaru returns from his apparent death at the end of the original ''Tenchu''[[note]]Although, according to the bonus stage, he was actually trapped in another world/the future[[/note]]. Tenrai has the power of ressurection and all members of the Group of Six (most notably [[spoiler: Tatsumaru]]) are this.

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* BackFromTheDead: Rikimaru returns from his apparent death at the end of the original ''Tenchu''[[note]]Although, according to the bonus stage, he was actually trapped in another world/the future[[/note]]. Tenrai has the power of ressurection resurrection and all members of the Group of Six (most notably [[spoiler: Tatsumaru]]) are this.



* MagicalEye / DangerousForbiddenTechnique: [[spoiler: Rikimaru's Dohjutsu. Sealed in his right eye by Shiunsai because he "was not ready at the time", it allowed him to overcome Tenrai's evil power]]. Worth noting it seems to have been RetGone afterwards, as no further mention of this ability is ever done.

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* MagicalEye / DangerousForbiddenTechnique: MagicalEye[=/=]DangerousForbiddenTechnique: [[spoiler: Rikimaru's Dohjutsu. Sealed in his right eye by Shiunsai because he "was not ready at the time", it allowed him to overcome Tenrai's evil power]]. Worth noting it seems to have been RetGone afterwards, as no further mention of this ability is ever done.made.



* PlayingPossum: It's possible to feign death but doing so causes you to slowly lose health as you bleed, it's possible to ''actually'' die.

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* PlayingPossum: It's possible to feign death but doing so causes you to slowly lose health as you bleed, so it's possible to ''actually'' die.



* TrappedInAnotherWorld: Explains how Riki survived the end of the first game.
* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The special "Through the Portal" mission put Rikimaru in a modern time setting against a CorruptCorporateExecutive [[spoiler:Who's also a cyborg]].

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* TrappedInAnotherWorld: Explains how Riki Rikimaru survived the end of the first game.
* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The special "Through the Portal" mission put puts Rikimaru in a modern time setting against a CorruptCorporateExecutive [[spoiler:Who's [[spoiler:who's also a cyborg]].



''Tenchu: Fatal Shadows'' is an {{Interquel}} set between the first and third game, focusing on Ayame's mission on enemy territory and the exploits of a former ninja, Rin, looking for the ones who burned down her [[HiddenElfVillage secret ninja village]]. Its very similar gameplay-wise to ''Wrath of Heavens'' and features a few small new additions, such as enemy-based Stealth Kills.

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''Tenchu: Fatal Shadows'' is an {{Interquel}} set between the first and third game, focusing on Ayame's mission on in enemy territory and the exploits of a former ninja, Rin, looking for the ones who burned down her [[HiddenElfVillage secret ninja village]]. Its It's very similar gameplay-wise to ''Wrath of Heavens'' and features a few small new additions, such as enemy-based Stealth Kills.



* WarmupBoss: Tatsukichi is pathetically slow and loves informing you when she's to attack. [[NeverHurtAnInnocent Not mentioning grabbing her ends the fight with a quick neck smack]].

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* WarmupBoss: Tatsukichi is pathetically slow and loves informing you when she's about to attack. [[NeverHurtAnInnocent Not mentioning to mention grabbing her ends the fight with a quick neck smack]].



''Tenchu: Shadow Assassins'' finally continued forward the plot. Got an UnexpectedGameplayChange, with fights represented in [[PointOfView first person]].

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''Tenchu: Shadow Assassins'' finally continued forward with the plot. Got an UnexpectedGameplayChange, with fights represented in [[PointOfView first person]].



* InNameOnly: the play style is barely like the other games at all-- While stealth is key, combat amounts to "''If'' you have a sword, play a minigame, if you don't have a sword, don't get seen again, or it's game over."

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* InNameOnly: the The play style is barely like the other games at all-- While stealth is key, combat amounts to "''If'' you have a sword, play a minigame, if you don't have a sword, don't get seen again, or it's game over."



* WhatTheHellHero: Rikimaru [[spoiler:is forced to stab through Princess Kiku to get to [[TheDragon Onikage]], who was holding her hostage. Princess Kiku more or less orders Rikimaru to it]], but it's implied Rikimaru is now no different from his mortal nemesis.

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* WhatTheHellHero: Rikimaru [[spoiler:is forced to stab through Princess Kiku to get to [[TheDragon Onikage]], who was holding her hostage. Princess Kiku more or less orders Rikimaru to do it]], but it's implied Rikimaru is now no different from his mortal nemesis.



''Tenchu Z'' is a [[TimeSkip distant sequel]] set some unknown time after the other games. Rikimaru is now a {{NPC}} and ''your'' teacher, since you can create the protagonist. Only game in the series to make use of a [[VirtualPaperDoll character creation]] system. Also the only one Ayame has missed the cut.

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''Tenchu Z'' is a [[TimeSkip distant sequel]] set some unknown time after the other games. Rikimaru is now a an {{NPC}} and ''your'' teacher, since you can create the protagonist. Only game in the series to make use of a [[VirtualPaperDoll character creation]] system. Also the only one where Ayame has missed the cut.
1st Oct '17 4:18:54 PM Kaltrope
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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: Zigzagged. Rikimaru's refusal to finish off Tatsumaru lead to the latter gaining a cheap shot that blinded him in one eye. On the other hand, his act of mercy also lead Lady Kagami to spare his life in return.
1st Oct '17 1:40:42 AM Kaltrope
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* EvilFeelsGood: Subverted; underneath all her evil laughter and gloating, Kagami feels terrible for the innocent deaths she caused as evidenced by her brief breakdown at the quarantined village. However, she believes it is too late for her to abandon her cause, for the sake of her followers and all those who died for her, making her all the more tragic.
16th Sep '17 4:33:02 PM nombretomado
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** Tachibana Jubei, an obvious ersatz of YagyuJubei.

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** Tachibana Jubei, an obvious ersatz of YagyuJubei.UsefulNotes/YagyuJubei.
25th Feb '17 9:23:01 AM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: Mei-Oh, a HumanoidAbomination from another world with a sword that shoots lightning, who comes pretty much out of nowhere in a game that until this point was grounded in reality. His name literally translates to "King of Hell".

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideGenreFoe: Mei-Oh, a HumanoidAbomination from another world with a sword that shoots lightning, who comes pretty much out of nowhere in a game that until this point was grounded in reality. His name literally translates to "King of Hell".
17th Jan '17 12:47:20 PM Zippo27
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* OutsideContextVillain: Mei-Oh, a HumanoidAbomination from another world with a sword that shoots lightning, who comes pretty much out of nowhere in a game that until this point was grounded in reality. His name literally translates to "King of Hell".
25th Dec '16 4:22:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}: Rikimaru, especially after [[spoiler: his ''shadow'' retrieves his katana, fights off his {{Rival}}, and summons his soul ''from hell''.]]



* PreAssKickingOneLiner: Ayame tells the ''King of Hell'' that she's not impressed with him, after [[{{Badass}} Backflipping into Hellmouth]]. She actually says, "SHUT UP AND TELL ME WHERE KIKU IS!"

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* PreAssKickingOneLiner: Ayame tells the ''King of Hell'' that she's not impressed with him, after [[{{Badass}} Backflipping backflipping into Hellmouth]].Hellmouth. She actually says, "SHUT UP AND TELL ME WHERE KIKU IS!"
7th Dec '16 5:05:06 AM Dravencour
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* {{Ninja}}: Ninja in this game are not specialized on one-on-one combat like the Samurai are, but are the undisputed masters of the stealth kill.

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* {{Ninja}}: Ninja in this game are not specialized on one-on-one suited to open hand-to-hand combat like the Samurai are, but are the undisputed masters of the stealth kill.
7th Dec '16 5:04:21 AM Dravencour
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* {{Ninja}}: Ninja in this game are not specialized on one-on-one combat like the Samurai are, but are the undisputed masters of the stealth kill.
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