History VideoGame / UltimaV

7th Jul '16 4:49:55 AM Morgenthaler
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And while they're at it, the Government decides to do something about those pesky [[DungeonCrawling Dungeons]]. They [[SealedEvilInACan seal them up]] with magic wards so that nothing can enter or leave. While they're at it, let's raise the Codex out of the Abyss so that people don't have to go through that dungeon filled with [[strike:Gargoyles]] [[UltimaVI Daemons]] in order to get the virtue.

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And while they're at it, the Government decides to do something about those pesky [[DungeonCrawling Dungeons]]. They [[SealedEvilInACan seal them up]] with magic wards so that nothing can enter or leave. While they're at it, let's raise the Codex out of the Abyss so that people don't have to go through that dungeon filled with [[strike:Gargoyles]] [[UltimaVI [[VideoGame/UltimaVI Daemons]] in order to get the virtue.



* UnwinnableByDesign: There is a hidden box that you can get early in the game, if you happen to know where it is. It's important. You can't open it, even with fireballs or the OneHitKill sword. It is needed to win the game; if you don't bring it to the endgame, you lose. Also, if you lie to Lord British and say you don't have it, you're stuck with the IdiotBall for all eternity. Doubles with GuideDangIt because nobody in the game tells you what it's needed for (and it's the single most important item required to complete the game). Of course, [[RunningGag Smith the Horse]] will tell you that you had needed it if you meet him in ''UltimaVI''!

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* UnwinnableByDesign: There is a hidden box that you can get early in the game, if you happen to know where it is. It's important. You can't open it, even with fireballs or the OneHitKill sword. It is needed to win the game; if you don't bring it to the endgame, you lose. Also, if you lie to Lord British and say you don't have it, you're stuck with the IdiotBall for all eternity. Doubles with GuideDangIt because nobody in the game tells you what it's needed for (and it's the single most important item required to complete the game). Of course, [[RunningGag Smith the Horse]] will tell you that you had needed it if you meet him in ''UltimaVI''!''VideoGame/UltimaVI''!
1st Jun '16 3:02:39 AM foxley
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* PendulumOfDeath: This is how Lord Blackthorne executes one of your companions if you get caught.
16th Mar '16 2:24:17 AM timotaka
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* RetiredMonster: Thrud, the BloodKnight mercenary who lives in Windmere. He murdered an in innskeep and his staff [[DisproportionateRetribution after their food gave him indigestion for two days]], and slaughtered the rest of the village when they reacted.

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* RetiredMonster: Thrud, the BloodKnight mercenary who lives in Windmere. He murdered an in innskeep and his staff [[DisproportionateRetribution after their food gave him indigestion for two days]], and slaughtered the rest of the village when they reacted. Nobody knows he did that because there were no witnesses left alive.
9th Dec '15 4:05:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* SoulJar: The Shards of the [[UltimaI Gem of Immortality]] are what bind the Shadowlords to this plane of existence.

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* SoulJar: The Shards of the [[UltimaI [[VideoGame/UltimaI Gem of Immortality]] are what bind the Shadowlords to this plane of existence.
7th Jul '15 12:16:15 AM Vios
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5th Apr '15 7:18:16 AM timotaka
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* AwesomeButImpractical: The Sword of Chaos is an UnbuiltTrope variant of this, in which it's not so much impractical as it is unusable. On one hand, it deals as much damage as the Glass Sword, and doesn't break upon use. Being an EvilWeapon, however, it can't be used to harm enemies at all, only your own companions.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: The Sword of Chaos is an UnbuiltTrope variant of this, in which it's not so much impractical as it is unusable. On one hand, it deals as much damage as the Glass Sword, and doesn't break upon use. Being an EvilWeapon, however, it can't be used to harm enemies at all, only your own companions. Oh, and wielding it in battle causes you to lose control of the character, who will go berserk on other party members, and then fall unconscious when there is nobody left to fight.
30th Mar '15 10:52:33 AM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: The Sword of Chaos is essentially [[TheElricSaga Stormbringer]] on steroids, an idea that'd be revisited in later games with the Black Sword.

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* {{Expy}}: The Sword of Chaos is essentially [[TheElricSaga [[Literature/TheElricSaga Stormbringer]] on steroids, an idea that'd be revisited in later games with the Black Sword.
27th Mar '15 8:51:22 AM ThallianGold
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* {{Expy}}: The Sword of Chaos is essentially [[TheElricSaga Stormbringer]] on steroids, an idea that'd be revisited in later games with the Black Sword.
27th Mar '15 8:48:47 AM ThallianGold
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* AbortedArc: In Castle British's Dungeons, you can find a prisoner named Drudgeworth. Who claims he "Did not murder her" and placing the blame on Chuckles. Cementing it further, if you search behind Chuckle's bedroom fireplace you can find a corpse. Chuckles claims to know nothing of Drudgeworth, as well as the prisoner tries to kill you if you free him. So whether he is trying to frame Chuckles, or something more sinister is going on behind the scenes, is never elaborated on.

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* AbortedArc: In Castle British's Dungeons, you can find a prisoner named Drudgeworth. Who claims he "Did not murder her" and placing the blame on Chuckles. Cementing it further, if you search behind Chuckle's bedroom fireplace you can find a corpse. Chuckles claims to know nothing of Drudgeworth, as well as the prisoner tries to kill you if you free him. So whether he is trying to frame Chuckles, or something more sinister is going on behind the scenes, is never elaborated on.on, even in sequels containing Chuckles.
10th Mar '15 7:49:26 AM Pika123
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* UnwinnableByMistake: There are two ways to enter Lord British's bedroom. Either use the magic keys, or blow open his door with a cannon. If you use the cannon, climb the ladder to the upper level then come back down. The door will relock, trapping you inside. So if you have no keys, or unlocking spells, and saved since climbing the ladder. You are screwed.

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* UnwinnableByMistake: There are two ways to enter Lord British's bedroom. Either use the magic keys, or blow open his door with a cannon. If you use the cannon, climb the ladder to the upper level then come back down. The door will relock, trapping you inside. So if you have no keys, or unlocking spells, and saved since climbing the ladder. You are screwed.
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