History VideoGame / TwoWorlds

5th Oct '16 8:19:42 AM erforce
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** When confronted by the ghost of a formerly defeated foe, you make a comment to the effect of [[Film/{{X-Men}} "I thought I'd try cutting off your head, see if that works."]]
** Valarin, the captain of the guard in Hatmandor, has [[LordOfTheRings Narsil]] mounted on his office wall.

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** When confronted by the ghost of a formerly defeated foe, you make a comment to the effect of [[Film/{{X-Men}} [[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine "I thought I'd try cutting off your head, see if that works."]]
** Valarin, the captain of the guard in Hatmandor, has [[LordOfTheRings [[Film/TheLordOfTheRings Narsil]] mounted on his office wall.



** One quest is called [[MagicTheGathering Magic The Gardening]].
** You can find a ship's log in a wrecked pirate ship. According to the log [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean the captain's name was Jack and the first words recorded in the log are "the rum's gone"]].

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** One quest is called [[MagicTheGathering [[TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering Magic The Gardening]].
** You can find a ship's log in a wrecked pirate ship. According to the log [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean the captain's name was Jack and the first words recorded in the log are "the rum's gone"]].
16th Jul '16 7:44:50 PM Aquillion
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** The first chapter is about recruiting a rebellion and building a massive army using the same mysterious Verita that Gandohar uses. [[spoiler:This army is never heard from again, except in the form of a hidden quest wherein you slaughter the ''very same'' golems in the Verita Caves to apparently save the miners. This has no effect on the plot, is not hinted at unless you re-enter the caves sometime after the reveal of the golems]]. In gameplay terms, [[spoiler:the golems are even overpowered compared to the rest of the enemies in the game and the weapons they drop require a staggering level 56 to wield when the game is completed at around level 46, hinting that they were slipped in as an afterthought]].

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** The first chapter is about recruiting a rebellion and building a massive army using the same mysterious Verita that Gandohar uses. [[spoiler:This army is never heard from again, except in the form of a hidden quest wherein you slaughter the ''very same'' golems in the Verita Caves to apparently save the miners. This has no effect on the plot, is not hinted at unless you re-enter the caves sometime after the reveal of the golems]]. In gameplay terms, [[spoiler:the golems are even overpowered compared to the rest of the enemies in the game and the weapons they drop require a staggering level 56 to wield when the game is completed at around level 46, hinting that they were slipped in as an afterthought]].afterthought or that they were originally intended as content for late-game arcs that were cut for time]].
4th Jun '16 8:02:31 AM supergod
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* CallASmeerpARabbit: The "scorpions" are quadrapedal and have a humanoid torso.

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* CallASmeerpARabbit: The "scorpions" are quadrapedal and have a humanoid torso.torsos.
4th Jun '16 8:01:17 AM supergod
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* CallASmeerpARabbit: The "scorpions" are quadrapedal and have a humanoid torso.
3rd Jun '16 12:01:04 PM supergod
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** The first game features the city of Ashos, which has a clear East Asian influence. It's located near a bamboo forest, has Japanese inspired architecture, and a lot of its population has East Asian-looks (although some are dark-skinned) and Japanese sounding names. Its guards also wield katanas and wear samurai-inspired armor.

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** The first game features the city of Ashos, which has a clear East Asian influence. It's located near a bamboo forest, has Japanese inspired architecture, and a lot of its population has East Asian-looks (although some are dark-skinned) Asian looks and Japanese sounding Japanese-sounding names. Its guards also wield katanas and wear samurai-inspired armor.
2nd Jun '16 2:37:06 PM supergod
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** There is a city that is surrounded by bamboo trees and is populated with people who speak in Far East accents and have Japanese sounding names (although a lot of them are dark-skinned). Of course, all of the guards there wield katanas.
** And then there is that tavern in New Ashos, with the drunkards called Macek, Jarek and so on. Might be an EasterEgg from the Polish team of developers, though.

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** There is a The first game features the city that is surrounded by of Ashos, which has a clear East Asian influence. It's located near a bamboo trees forest, has Japanese inspired architecture, and is populated with people who speak in Far a lot of its population has East accents Asian-looks (although some are dark-skinned) and have Japanese sounding names (although a lot of them are dark-skinned). Of course, all of the names. Its guards there also wield katanas.
katanas and wear samurai-inspired armor.
** And then there is that tavern in The second game has New Ashos, with the drunkards called Macek, Jarek and so on. Might be an EasterEgg from the Polish team of developers, though.another Asian-influenced city, found on a separate island.



** And butchered modern English. None of the peasants can decide how to pronounce the names of their towns, no one told them how, and some of them don't even know how to pronounce ''real'' words.
-->'''Peasant''': "They said they wanted to buy my corral (pronounced "coral") for one piece of gold. I told them to stick it where the sun never shines."

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** And butchered The first game mixed modern English. None of English phrasing and mostly American accents with old-timey words such as "forsooth" and "verily" regularly thrown into the peasants can decide how to pronounce the names of their towns, no one told them how, and some of them don't even know how to pronounce ''real'' words.
-->'''Peasant''': "They said they wanted to buy my corral (pronounced "coral") for one piece of gold. I told them to stick it where the sun never shines."
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31st May '16 8:27:36 AM supergod
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** There is a city that is surrounded by bamboo trees and is populated with people who speak in Far East accents (although a lot of them are black-skinned). Of course all the guards wield katanas.

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** There is a city that is surrounded by bamboo trees and is populated with people who speak in Far East accents and have Japanese sounding names (although a lot of them are black-skinned). dark-skinned). Of course course, all of the guards there wield katanas.
31st May '16 8:23:34 AM supergod
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** There is an area with Bamboo trees and is populated with people who speak in Far East accents (although a lot of them are black-skinned) and sell katanas. It still uses European architecture.

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** There is an area with Bamboo a city that is surrounded by bamboo trees and is populated with people who speak in Far East accents (although a lot of them are black-skinned) and sell katanas. It still uses European architecture.black-skinned). Of course all the guards wield katanas.
30th May '16 10:34:38 AM supergod
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30th May '16 10:34:00 AM supergod
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* GuideDangIt: The "tutorial" lasts for less than 1 minute and pretty much only covers how to open doors, draw your sword, and swing it around. Everything else you have to figure out on your own. Some non-intuitive mechanics that bear mentioning are the fact that same items (i.e. 2 short swords or 2 grom shields) can be combined to create a more powerful version, how magic works (you create spells by stacking spell cards and booster cards), and the faction you can junction magic gems to your weapons to add elemental damage to them.
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