History VideoGame / Wizard101

6th Dec '15 3:35:59 AM Piromano80
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Gullible lemmings use of "they" two times in a row
* GullibleLemmings: While this game probably has a few, an honorable mention has to go to Crab Alley which not only is populated by complete morons who can not figure out their current king is an imposter due to his lack of resembling them, but also are being controlled because of this and they to top it off they ask you, a stranger, to check in on the king because he is acting strange and you can spot how he isn't their king immediately and yet when you talk to the idiots that helped you to get into the castle they assume you are as dumb as them for despite you noticing the impostor doesn't have the same overall body structure as them within two seconds of your arrival. They go above and beyond with this trope when it comes to being gullible.
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* GullibleLemmings: While this game probably has a few, an honorable mention has to go to Crab Alley which not only is populated by complete morons who can not figure out their current king is an imposter due to his lack of resembling them, but also are being controlled because of this and they to top it off off, they ask you, a stranger, to check in on the king because he is acting strange and you can spot how he isn't their king immediately and yet when you talk to the idiots that helped you to get into the castle they assume you are as dumb as them for despite you noticing the impostor doesn't have the same overall body structure as them within two seconds of your arrival. They go above and beyond with this trope when it comes to being gullible.
24th Nov '15 7:47:49 AM ProfessorDetective
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[[https://www.wizard101.com/ Wizard 101]] is a MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame that is targeted towards children and preteens, an AllegedlyFreeGame to play up to a point. The student is introduced via a cutscene that says he or she is a new student at the [[WizardingSchool Ravenwood School of Magical Arts]]. There you take a test to determine your PersonalityPowers-based subject (or you can skip it and just choose from a list), and then off you are to fufill quests and advance your spells. The combat system has very simple roots similar to action-based RPG games, and relies on cards that show spells and magic points that you collect each turn to use the cards with. The cards work in a TacticalRockPaperScissors power arrangement with the game's seven magic categories: fire, ice, storm, life, death, myth, and balance.
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[[https://www.wizard101.com/ Wizard 101]] is a MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame that is targeted towards children and preteens, an AllegedlyFreeGame to play up to a point. The student is introduced via a cutscene that says he or she is a new student at the [[WizardingSchool Ravenwood School of Magical Arts]]. There you take a test to determine your PersonalityPowers-based subject (or you can skip it and just choose from a list), and then off you are to fufill fulfill quests and advance your spells. The combat system has very simple roots similar to action-based RPG games, and relies on cards that show spells and magic points that you collect each turn to use the cards with. The cards work in a TacticalRockPaperScissors power arrangement with the game's seven magic categories: fire, ice, storm, life, death, myth, and balance.

* ATasteOfPower: The tutorial has you casting Nature's Wrath, Unicorn, Meteor Strike, Fire Cat, Troll, and Balance Blade against enemies at Rank 4 that wield Weakness, Storm Shark, Skeletal Pirate, Frost Beetle, Scorpion, Minotaur, Ninja Pigs, Pheonix, and Centuar. In reality, you only start off the game with a starter deck, the level 1 spell of your school, and a 45-Damage wand attack.
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* ATasteOfPower: The tutorial has you casting Nature's Wrath, Unicorn, Meteor Strike, Fire Cat, Troll, and Balance Blade against enemies at Rank 4 that wield Weakness, Storm Shark, Skeletal Pirate, Frost Beetle, Scorpion, Minotaur, Ninja Pigs, Pheonix, Phoenix, and Centuar.Centaur. In reality, you only start off the game with a starter deck, the level 1 spell of your school, and a 45-Damage wand attack.

* DeathOrGloryAttack: The storm school-exclusive spell Wildbolt. Originally it had a base chance of hitting of only 10% (equipment and spells could boost it, however) but it could do 1000 base damage (again, this could be boosted even more) at the cost of only two mana and pips. It was recently changed to a 70% chance of hitting but it only had a 33% chance of 1000 damage; the rest of the time it does only 100 or even a meager 10 damage and uses up any boosts.
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* DeathOrGloryAttack: The storm school-exclusive spell Wildbolt.WildBolt. Originally it had a base chance of hitting of only 10% (equipment and spells could boost it, however) but it could do 1000 base damage (again, this could be boosted even more) at the cost of only two mana and pips. It was recently changed to a 70% chance of hitting but it only had a 33% chance of 1000 damage; the rest of the time it does only 100 or even a meager 10 damage and uses up any boosts.
24th Nov '15 7:46:09 AM ProfessorDetective
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23rd Nov '15 10:10:22 PM BlackRevolver
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* DamageOverTime: Every school except Balance has at least one attack that deals damage over three rounds, but Fire is the one that specializes in it.
21st Sep '15 9:56:41 PM nombretomado
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** Grizzleheim and Wintertusk: NorseMythology
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** Grizzleheim and Wintertusk: NorseMythologyMyth/NorseMythology
17th Sep '15 11:48:06 AM morenohijazo
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A sister game to {{Pirate101}}
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A sister game to {{Pirate101}} {{Pirate101}}.

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A sister game to {{Pirate101}} * WaterfallIntoTheAbyss: There's a lot of these because of the ShatteredWorld setting.
29th May '15 2:22:31 PM Mr.Guye
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Not especially notable unless one were to add far more examples
** Wysteria is a lighthearted play on ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire''.
28th May '15 2:52:15 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* LargeHam: A few of the voice actors ([[EvilIsHammy especially villain voice actors]]) go a bit over the top. But the winner has [[BonusBoss Grubb]] who sounds like [[InvaderZim Zim]] after going through puberty.
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* LargeHam: A few of the voice actors ([[EvilIsHammy especially villain voice actors]]) go a bit over the top. But the winner has [[BonusBoss Grubb]] who sounds like [[InvaderZim [[WesternAnimation/InvaderZim Zim]] after going through puberty.
22nd May '15 7:46:02 PM icyfire5
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* InfernalRetaliation: The fire school-only spell Backfire. It slightly damages the caster and does a large amount of damage to the target.
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* InfernalRetaliation: The fire school-only spell Backfire.Immolate. It slightly damages the caster and does a large amount of damage to the target.
2nd Apr '15 9:26:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* TeleportersAndTransporters: The Spiral Doors that connect the worlds in the game function like the {{Stargate}} wormholes. As long as the player possesses the correct Spiral Key, they can access that world from any Spiral Door.
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* TeleportersAndTransporters: The Spiral Doors that connect the worlds in the game function like the {{Stargate}} Stargate wormholes. As long as the player possesses the correct Spiral Key, they can access that world from any Spiral Door.
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