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24th May '16 8:47:05 AM NativeJovian
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* InterfaceSpoiler / SpoiledByTheFormat: Clearly, it's inherently obvious that the game doesn't end with the DiscOneFinalBoss. Additionally, one can guess that a character will become a Dragoon simply because of the colour they wear.
21st May '16 7:28:38 PM Nicoaln
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* InterfaceSpoiler / SpoiledByTheFormat: Clearly, it's inherently obvious that the game doesn't end with the DiscOneFinalBoss. Additionally, one can guess that a character will become a Dragoon simply because of the colour they wear.


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* UnreliableNarrator: When you first see the Winglies via a flashback, they appear to have the classic feathery wings in the illustrations. This does add for a bit of a shock when you see Lenus, who is an ''actual'' Wingly and her wings look more like a jetpack.
15th May '16 6:19:53 AM hathor7
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* AndIMustScream: As the Dragon Campaign ended, [[spoiler:Zieg]] had an "eternal" curse laid on him, which left him petrified for over 11,000 years.
6th Mar '16 7:11:16 PM NativeJovian
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''The Legend of Dragoon'' is a [[EasternRPG RPG]] that was developed by [[Creator/SCEJapanStudio Sony Computer Entertainment Interactive]] (now known as SCE Japan Studio). It was released for the {{PlayStation}} in Japan in December 1999, North America in June 2000, and Europe in January 2001. As Sony Computer Entertainment's first independent [=RPG=], it was heavily advertised with emphasis being put on the development time (three years) and the size of the development team (over 100 members).

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''The Legend of Dragoon'' is a [[EasternRPG RPG]] that was developed by [[Creator/SCEJapanStudio Sony Computer Entertainment Interactive]] (now known as SCE Japan Studio). It was released for the {{PlayStation}} in Japan in December 1999, North America in June 2000, and Europe in January 2001.2001 (and rereleased on [=PlayStation Network=] in 2010 in Japan and 2012 in North America). As Sony Computer Entertainment's first independent [=RPG=], it was heavily advertised with emphasis being put on the development time (three years) and the size of the development team (over 100 members).



Despite a lukewarm critical reception, the game sold well and went on to become a CultClassic, with a {{troperiffic}} plot that manages to shift smoothly between humor, [[NarmCharm narm]], and some genuinely moving moments.

It you think of ''LiveAction/PowerRangers'' meets ''LiveAction/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' you're in the right ball park.

It is available on the [=PlayStation Network=] in Japan and North America.

Absolutely ''no'' relation to ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon''.

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Despite a lukewarm critical reception, the game sold well and went on to become a CultClassic, with a {{troperiffic}} plot that manages to shift smoothly between humor, [[NarmCharm narm]], and some genuinely moving moments. \n\nIt you think of Think ''LiveAction/PowerRangers'' meets ''LiveAction/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' and you're in the right ball park.

It is available on Not to be confused with the [=PlayStation Network=] in Japan and North America.

Absolutely ''no'' relation to ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon''.
''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon'' series.
6th Mar '16 5:43:36 PM spyro19
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6th Mar '16 5:43:03 PM spyro19
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It you think of ''LiveAction/PowerRangers'' meets ''LiveAction/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' you're in the right ball park.
5th Mar '16 6:18:10 AM NativeJovian
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* {{Stripperific}}: Meru's outfit, though it isn't very salacious rendered in the blocky graphics of the time.

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* {{Stripperific}}: Meru's outfit, though which consists of a ShowgirlSkirt, a bikini-style top, sandals, and not much else, leaving her [[BareYourMidriff midriff bared]] and her [[ShesGotLegs legs on prominent display]]. The fact that it's rendered in the UsefulNotes/PlayStation's rather blocky graphics mean that it isn't very salacious rendered in the blocky graphics of the time.salacious, though.
4th Mar '16 7:57:09 PM ShorinBJ
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* [[Stripperific]]: Meru's outfit, though it isn't very salacious rendered in the blocky graphics of the time.

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* [[Stripperific]]: {{Stripperific}}: Meru's outfit, though it isn't very salacious rendered in the blocky graphics of the time.
4th Mar '16 7:56:09 PM ShorinBJ
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* HulkSpeak: Both Kongol and his brother Indora, which implies all Giganto talk like this.

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* HulkSpeak: Both Kongol and his brother Indora, which implies all Giganto Gigantos talk like this.


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* [[Stripperific]]: Meru's outfit, though it isn't very salacious rendered in the blocky graphics of the time.
1st Feb '16 10:04:45 PM cypsiman2
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* IdiotBall: Almost all the characters at one point or another, but mostly Lavitz. Heck, nearly the ''entire'' act of Disc 2 could have been avoided had Albert simply mentioned that he was the king of Serdio and he had important business. [[spoiler:However, they ''did'' manage to obtain proof that the clearly fake Emilee was a fake.]]

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* IdiotBall: Almost all the characters at one point or another, but mostly Lavitz. Heck, nearly the ''entire'' act of Disc 2 could have been avoided had Albert simply mentioned that he was the king of Serdio and he had important business. [[spoiler:However, they ''did'' manage to obtain proof that the clearly fake Emilee was a fake.]]
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