History VideoGame / Wizard101

21st Apr '18 6:10:08 PM nombretomado
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* OverlyLongName: In Avalon, there will be a quest in which you will have to go to the Shrine to Justice For All On a System of Might For Right Rather Than The the Old System of Might Makes Right. And that's just the most {{Egregious}} case among the shrines.

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* OverlyLongName: In Avalon, there will be a quest in which you will have to go to the Shrine to Justice For All On a System of Might For Right Rather Than The the Old System of Might Makes Right. And that's just the most {{Egregious}} JustForFun/{{Egregious}} case among the shrines.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: There are quite a few quests that have no conclusion other than "good job", despite the quest itself setting the stage for further elaboration. Dragonspyre, in particular, contains multiple {{egregious}} examples of this, such as an evil wizard escaping, a boss that acts like he has been possessed, and whatever happened to [[{{MacGuffin}} the Krokonomicon]] that was used to [[spoiler:attempt to]] wake up the Dragon Titan.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: There are quite a few quests that have no conclusion other than "good job", despite the quest itself setting the stage for further elaboration. Dragonspyre, in particular, contains multiple {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} examples of this, such as an evil wizard escaping, a boss that acts like he has been possessed, and whatever happened to [[{{MacGuffin}} the Krokonomicon]] that was used to [[spoiler:attempt to]] wake up the Dragon Titan.
16th Apr '18 2:51:29 PM Averagemoe
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-->''En Magus nos Fides''\\

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-->''En Magus nos Fides''\\ Fides''
16th Apr '18 2:50:06 PM Averagemoe
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->''"Oh, no! Something terrible happened to the wagon before '''you''' could do something terrible to it!"''
-->-- '''The Narrator'''


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->''"Oh, no! Something terrible happened to the wagon before '''you''' could do something terrible to it!"''
-->''En Magus nos Fides''\\
-->-- '''The Narrator'''

'''Ravenwood Motto'''

21st Jan '18 5:15:12 PM nombretomado
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A sister game to {{Pirate101}}, with which it shares a universe and continuity.

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A sister game to {{Pirate101}}, ''VideoGame/Pirate101'', with which it shares a universe and continuity.



* TheCameo: [[Videogame/{{Pirate101}} Mister Gandry]] appears as an extra in Polaris, and Boochbeard in Mirage.
** Also a tiny [[Videogame/RiseAndDestroy Frankie Forearms]] can be seen wandering the Arcanum, as well as being available as a pet for a limited time.

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* TheCameo: [[Videogame/{{Pirate101}} TheCameo:
** [[VideoGame/Pirate101
Mister Gandry]] appears as an extra in Polaris, and Boochbeard in Mirage.
** Also a A tiny [[Videogame/RiseAndDestroy Frankie Forearms]] can be seen wandering the Arcanum, as well as being available as a pet for a limited time.



* ExpansionPackWorld: [[ShatteredWorld Due to the geography of the Spiral]], it is very easy to add new settings, cultures, and technologies to the Spiral. Of all the worlds that have been named only a fraction have been visited in either ''Wizard 101'' or ''VideoGame/Pirates101''.

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* ExpansionPackWorld: [[ShatteredWorld Due to the geography of the Spiral]], it is very easy to add new settings, cultures, and technologies to the Spiral. Of all the worlds that have been named only a fraction have been visited in either ''Wizard 101'' or ''VideoGame/Pirates101''.''VideoGame/Pirate101''.
21st Jan '18 5:14:38 PM nombretomado
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Despite moderate graphics ([[ArtShift that have been improved upon as more worlds are released]]) and some rather tedious quests, the game is mostly easy and fun to play. The main alignment of your character's magic does affect the plot and the spells to which you have access, though you are able to learn some spells from other schools as well in exchange for training points earned as you level up. Wizard101 also has an active PlayerVersusPlayer community, considered by some to be the main draw of the game.

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Despite moderate graphics ([[ArtShift that have been improved upon as more worlds are released]]) and some rather tedious quests, the game is mostly easy and fun to play. The main alignment of your character's magic does affect the plot and the spells to which you have access, though you are able to learn some spells from other schools as well in exchange for training points earned as you level up. Wizard101 ''Wizard 101'' also has an active PlayerVersusPlayer community, considered by some to be the main draw of the game.



* ExpansionPackWorld: [[ShatteredWorld Due to the geography of the Spiral]], it is very easy to add new settings, cultures, and technologies to the Spiral. Of all the worlds that have been named only a fraction have been visited in either {{Wizard101}} or {{Pirate101}}.

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* ExpansionPackWorld: [[ShatteredWorld Due to the geography of the Spiral]], it is very easy to add new settings, cultures, and technologies to the Spiral. Of all the worlds that have been named only a fraction have been visited in either {{Wizard101}} ''Wizard 101'' or {{Pirate101}}.''VideoGame/Pirates101''.
17th Jan '18 8:10:33 PM Cryptor
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-->''En Magus nos Fides''\\


[[https://www.wizard101.com/ Wizard 101]] is a MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame that is targeted towards children and preteens. The player 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, then set off to fulfill quests and advance your spells. The combat system has very simple roots similar to action-based RPG games, and relies on cards that correlate to spells and magic points that you collect each turn to use the cards with. The cards work in a TacticalRockPaperScissors power arrangement based on the game's seven magic schools: fire, ice, storm, life, death, myth, and balance.

Despite moderate graphics ([[ArtShift that have been improved upon as more worlds are released]]) and some rather tedious quests, the game is mostly easy and fun to play. The main alignment of your character's magic does affect the plot and the spells to which you have access, though you are able to learn some spells from other schools as well in exchange for training points earned as you level up.

Updates for the game, such as new worlds, quests and items, are constantly released. The most recent update, the world of Empyrea Part One, was released in November of 2017.

A sister game to {{Pirate101}}.

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-->''En Magus nos Fides''\\


->''"Oh, no! Something terrible happened to the wagon before '''you''' could do something terrible to it!"''
-->-- '''The Narrator'''


[[https://www.wizard101.com/ Wizard 101]] is a MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame that is targeted towards children and preteens. The player 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, then set off to fulfill comlete quests and advance your learn new spells. The combat system has very simple roots roots, similar to action-based RPG games, and relies on cards that correlate to spells and magic points that you collect each turn to use the cards with. The cards work in a TacticalRockPaperScissors power arrangement based on the game's seven magic schools: fire, ice, storm, life, death, myth, and balance.

Despite moderate graphics ([[ArtShift that have been improved upon as more worlds are released]]) and some rather tedious quests, the game is mostly easy and fun to play. The main alignment of your character's magic does affect the plot and the spells to which you have access, though you are able to learn some spells from other schools as well in exchange for training points earned as you level up.

up. Wizard101 also has an active PlayerVersusPlayer community, considered by some to be the main draw of the game.

Updates for the game, such as new worlds, quests and items, are constantly released. The most recent update, Act One of the world of Empyrea Part One, Empyrea, was released in November of 2017.

A sister game to {{Pirate101}}.{{Pirate101}}, with which it shares a universe and continuity.
31st Dec '17 8:08:12 PM Averagemoe
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Everything you fight uses magic spells to fight back, even the wildlife.
14th Nov '17 9:49:04 PM Cryptor
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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 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.

Despite moderate graphics ([[ArtShift that have been improved upon as more worlds are released]]) and some rather tedious quests, the game is mostly easy and fun to play. The main alignment of your character's magic does affect the plot and the spells to which you have access, though you are able to learn spells from other schools as well (though most likely there will only be one other school that does it with you because of the skill-building effect).

Updates for the game, such as adding new Worlds, are constantly released.

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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. preteens. The student player is introduced via a cutscene that says he or she is a new student at the [[WizardingSchool Ravenwood School of Magical Arts]]. There There, you take a test to determine your PersonalityPowers-based subject (or you can skip it and just choose from a list), and subject, then set off you are to fulfill quests and advance your spells. The combat system has very simple roots similar to action-based RPG games games, and relies on cards that show correlate to spells and magic points that you collect each turn to use the cards with. The cards work in a TacticalRockPaperScissors power arrangement with based on the game's seven magic categories: schools: fire, ice, storm, life, death, myth, and balance.

Despite moderate graphics ([[ArtShift that have been improved upon as more worlds are released]]) and some rather tedious quests, the game is mostly easy and fun to play. The main alignment of your character's magic does affect the plot and the spells to which you have access, though you are able to learn some spells from other schools as well (though most likely there will only be one other school that does it with in exchange for training points earned as you because of the skill-building effect).

level up.

Updates for the game, such as adding new Worlds, worlds, quests and items, are constantly released.
released. The most recent update, the world of Empyrea Part One, was released in November of 2017.
22nd Sep '17 3:38:48 AM darkpit06
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* EveryonenCallsHimBarkeep: Due to your custom name, everybody will refer to you as "Wizard". [[spoiler:In the Arcanum, you'll also be referred to as "Understudy" or "Initiate".]]

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* EveryonenCallsHimBarkeep: EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Due to your custom name, everybody will refer to you as "Wizard". [[spoiler:In the Arcanum, you'll also be referred to as "Understudy" or "Initiate".]]
22nd Sep '17 3:38:22 AM darkpit06
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* EveryonenCallsHimBarkeep: Due to your custom name, everybody will refer to you as "Wizard". [[spoiler:In the Arcanum, you'll also be referred to as "Understudy" or "Initiate".]]
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