History VideoGame / WorldOfMana

15th Aug '16 5:47:39 AM MacronNotes
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Recurring enemies in the series, and Hawkeye can become one.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: In ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', releasing the sword from the stone on the waterfall spawns Rabites outside of town, eventually leading to the hero getting [[YouCantGoHomeAgain kicked out of the village forever]].

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: NiceJobBreakingItHero:
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In ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', releasing the sword from the stone on the waterfall spawns Rabites outside of town, eventually leading to the hero getting [[YouCantGoHomeAgain kicked out of the village forever]].


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* {{Ninja}}: Recurring enemies in the series, and Hawkeye can become one.
23rd Jul '16 11:25:05 PM Arutema
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** The climb up the Dime Tower to the Mana Sanctuary is a one-way trip in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' and all its remakes.
13th Jul '16 11:16:18 PM Arutema
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* ''Adventures of Mana'' (2016, iOS/Android (worldwide)/[=PlayStation=] Vita (Japan only); third remake of ''Final Fantasy Adventure'')

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* ''Adventures of Mana'' (2016, iOS/Android (worldwide)/[=PlayStation=] Vita (Japan only); iOS/Android/[=PlayStation=]; third remake of ''Final Fantasy Adventure'')
3rd Jul '16 2:45:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheObiWan: Bogard in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' (and ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'').
6th Feb '16 9:47:33 AM MissConception
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* ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' (1995, Super Famicom; Japan only, a [[http://www.romhacking.net/translations/440/ fan translation is available]] via UsefulNotes/{{emulation}}; commonly nicknamed ''Secret of Mana 2'', though the fan translation simply uses the original Japanese title)

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* ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' (1995, Super Famicom; Japan only, a [[http://www.romhacking.net/translations/440/ fan translation is available]] via UsefulNotes/{{emulation}}; commonly nicknamed ''Secret of Mana 2'', though the fan translation simply uses the original Japanese title)2'')



* ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' (2003, Game Boy Advance, [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Final Fantasy Adventure'')

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* ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' (2003, Game Boy Advance, Advance; first [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Final Fantasy Adventure'')



* ''Friends of Mana'' (2006, Java ME cellphones, Japan only)

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* ''Friends ''Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden'' (2006, Java ME cellphones, Japan only; second remake of ''Final Fantasy Adventure'')
* ''Seiken Densetsu: Friends
of Mana'' (2006, Java ME cellphones, Japan only)



* ''Circle of Mana'' (2013, Android/iOS; Japan only, a card battle game released in GREE.)
* ''Rise of Mana'' (2014, Android/iOS/[=PlayStation=] Vita; Japan only so far, although the fact that a trademark has been registered under this name in Europe suggests that it may be released elsewhere as well; features ''8-player'' co-op.)

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* ''Circle ''Seiken Densetsu: Circle of Mana'' (2013, Android/iOS; iOS/Android, Japan only, only; a card battle game released in GREE.)
* ''Seiken Densetsu: Rise of Mana'' (2014, iOS/Android; 2015, [=PlayStation=] Vita; Japan only, although the fact that a ''Rise of Mana'' (2014, Android/iOS/[=PlayStation=] Vita; Japan only so far, although the fact that a trademark has been was registered under this name in Europe suggests that it may be released elsewhere as well; was at least considered for localization; features ''8-player'' co-op.)




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* ''Adventures of Mana'' (2016, iOS/Android (worldwide)/[=PlayStation=] Vita (Japan only); third remake of ''Final Fantasy Adventure'')



The Square USA game ''VideoGame/SecretOfEvermore'' is sometimes confused for being part of the World of Mana, but while it was obviously inspired by ''Secret of Mana'' (it has a [[RingMenu ring-based menu system]]) it doesn't have any of the World of Mana story elements in it, and magic effects are based on alchemy formulas rather than, well, mana.

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The Square USA game ''VideoGame/SecretOfEvermore'' is sometimes confused for being part of the World ''World of Mana, Mana'', but while it was obviously inspired by ''Secret of Mana'' (it has a [[RingMenu ring-based menu system]]) it doesn't have any of the World of Mana ''Mana'' story elements in it, and magic effects are based on alchemy formulas rather than, well, mana.
14th Jan '16 7:11:49 PM nombretomado
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Unfortunately, to some extent the ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChronicles'' series have usurped the place of ''World of Mana'' in the SquareEnix pantheon, with the aforementioned games featuring the 3D version of the three-character action RPG gameplay for which the ''World of Mana'' series was once known. This has caused Creator/SquareEnix to start scrambling to find a different genre for the World of Mana series, such as the RTS ''Heroes of Mana'' and pure action game ''Dawn of Mana'', the latter of which was extremely poorly received and criticized. [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/09/07/report-circle-of-mana-trademark-filed-by-square-enix/ A trademark]] for ''Circle of Mana'' was filed in September 2012. As it turns out, it's a casual social RPG in the same vein as ''Final Fantasy X GREE'' and ''The World Ends With You Live Remix''.

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Unfortunately, to some extent the ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChronicles'' series have usurped the place of ''World of Mana'' in the SquareEnix Creator/SquareEnix pantheon, with the aforementioned games featuring the 3D version of the three-character action RPG gameplay for which the ''World of Mana'' series was once known. This has caused Creator/SquareEnix to start scrambling to find a different genre for the World of Mana series, such as the RTS ''Heroes of Mana'' and pure action game ''Dawn of Mana'', the latter of which was extremely poorly received and criticized. [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/09/07/report-circle-of-mana-trademark-filed-by-square-enix/ A trademark]] for ''Circle of Mana'' was filed in September 2012. As it turns out, it's a casual social RPG in the same vein as ''Final Fantasy X GREE'' and ''The World Ends With You Live Remix''.
13th Dec '15 7:17:23 PM GastonRabbit
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja - Recurring enemies in the series, and Hawkeye can become one.
* InsurmountableWaistHighFence - Bushes, rocks, or even just mildly rough terrain can prove impassable; in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', the entrance to the dwarf cave is blocked by an insurmountable ''optical illusion'' that cannot be bypassed unless you talk to an NPC and then use the Wisp elemental to remove said illusion.
* InterfaceSpoiler - in ''VideoGame/ChildrenOfMana'' with your empty weapon slots and to a lesser extent, the gems.
* InUniverseGameClock - ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' has both a Day/Night cycle and a weekly cycle tied into character stats, types of monsters spawned, and which {{NPC}}s are active; ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' has a weekly cycle whose only obvious effect is which teachers are in session at the Geo academy and whether you can recruit Pearl or [[spoiler:Blackpearl]] in the Bejeweled City after you've finished the Jumi arc.

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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja - InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Recurring enemies in the series, and Hawkeye can become one.
* InsurmountableWaistHighFence - InsurmountableWaistHighFence: Bushes, rocks, or even just mildly rough terrain can prove impassable; in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', the entrance to the dwarf cave is blocked by an insurmountable ''optical illusion'' that cannot be bypassed unless you talk to an NPC and then use the Wisp elemental to remove said illusion.
* InterfaceSpoiler - in InterfaceSpoiler: In ''VideoGame/ChildrenOfMana'' with your empty weapon slots and to a lesser extent, the gems.
* InUniverseGameClock - InUniverseGameClock: ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' has both a Day/Night day/night cycle and a weekly cycle tied into character stats, types of monsters spawned, and which {{NPC}}s are active; ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' has a weekly cycle whose only obvious effect is which teachers are in session at the Geo academy and whether you can recruit Pearl or [[spoiler:Blackpearl]] in the Bejeweled City after you've finished the Jumi arc.



** the BonusBoss in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
** on [[IdiosyncraticDifficultyLevels No Future Mode]] (the hardest level in the game) of ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', ''every'' Rabite (and [[EverythingTryingToKillYou every other enemy]]) is this.

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** the The BonusBoss in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
** on On [[IdiosyncraticDifficultyLevels No Future Mode]] (the hardest level in the game) of ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', ''every'' Rabite (and [[EverythingTryingToKillYou every other enemy]]) is this.



* ItemCrafting - ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' both allow the player to forge much better weapons than they can buy in stores.
* ItsAllUpstairsFromHere - The tower in the City of Gold in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and the Luna Tower in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''; the Tower of Leires in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' isn't ''quite'' all going upstairs, but it may as well be.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia - The Sprite from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and [[spoiler:Pearl]] from ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.

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* ItemCrafting - ItemCrafting: ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' both allow the player to forge much better weapons than they can buy in stores.
* ItsAllUpstairsFromHere - ItsAllUpstairsFromHere: The tower in the City of Gold in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and the Luna Tower in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''; the Tower of Leires in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' isn't ''quite'' all going upstairs, but it may as well be.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia - LaserGuidedAmnesia: The Sprite from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and [[spoiler:Pearl]] from ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.



* LightIsNotGood - Several of the games have light-elemental monsters, including the Dread Slime and Terminators from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', the Full Metal Hagger and Lightgazer from ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''', and the Light Cyclops from ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana''.

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* LightIsNotGood - LightIsNotGood: Several of the games have light-elemental monsters, including the Dread Slime and Terminators from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', the Full Metal Hagger Hugger and Lightgazer from ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''', and the Light Cyclops from ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana''.



* LuckStat - Determines the appearance and quality of what RandomlyDrops, and also how many "safe" squares are present in a trapped box.

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* LuckStat - LuckStat: Determines the appearance and quality of what RandomlyDrops, and also how many "safe" squares are present in a trapped box.



* MookMaker - Eggplant Men have a tendency to summon zombies, whereas Slimes can reproduce and at least one boss in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' and ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' can summon {{Mooks}} to attack the party; several of the games also have destructible enemy spawn points.
* NatureSpirit - The Mana Sprites.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero - In ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', releasing the sword from the stone on the waterfall spawns Rabites outside of town, eventually leading to the hero getting [[YouCantGoHomeAgain kicked out of the village forever]].

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* MookMaker - MookMaker: Eggplant Men have a tendency to summon zombies, whereas Slimes can reproduce and at least one boss in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' and ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' can summon {{Mooks}} to attack the party; several of the games also have destructible enemy spawn points.
* NatureSpirit - NatureSpirit: The Mana Sprites.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero - NiceJobBreakingItHero: In ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', releasing the sword from the stone on the waterfall spawns Rabites outside of town, eventually leading to the hero getting [[YouCantGoHomeAgain kicked out of the village forever]].



** Keldy and Ritzia sneak into the ruins that they're not supposed to enter, and Keldy kills the GiantEnemyCrab guarding the area when it tries to attack Ritzia...and then Ritzia gets possessed by the spirit of an evil sorceress, who wants to unleash the Echoes of Malvolia onto Illusia. Oops.
* NewGamePlus - A feature in both ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' (carries over items, levels, and equipment) and ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' (carries over earned badges and acquired pets).
* TheObiWan - Bogard in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' (and ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'').
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame - Except for the one in ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' who wants to "quit" being a Dwarf. [[spoiler:He goes back to the mine in the end.]]

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** Keldy and Ritzia sneak into the ruins that they're not supposed to enter, and Keldy kills the GiantEnemyCrab guarding the area when it tries to attack Ritzia... and then Ritzia gets possessed by the spirit of an evil sorceress, who wants to unleash the Echoes of Malvolia onto Illusia. Oops.
* NewGamePlus - NewGamePlus: A feature in both ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' (carries over items, levels, and equipment) and ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' (carries over earned badges and acquired pets).
* TheObiWan - TheObiWan: Bogard in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' (and ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'').
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame - OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Except for the one in ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' who wants to "quit" being a Dwarf. [[spoiler:He goes back to the mine in the end.]]



* OurFairiesAreDifferent: The sylph magic.
* OurLichesAreDifferent: The [[BigBad Big Bads]] of the 16-bit games.
* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent - Werewolves show up in most of the games. They are called Beast-Men in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', but they only look wolfish at night. During the day they resemble ''camels'' for some reason. Kevin, one of the playable characters, appears more human as he's a HalfHumanHybrid, but he can go full-on werewolf at night.
* PaletteSwap - Almost every early enemy has a harder palette-swapped version. The player characters themselves in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' are usually palette-swapped for their class changes.

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* OurFairiesAreDifferent: The sylph Sylph magic.
* OurLichesAreDifferent: The [[BigBad Big Bads]] {{Big Bad}}s of the 16-bit games.
''Secret of Mana'', as well as one branch of ''Seiken Densetsu 3'''s plot.
* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent - OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: Werewolves show up in most of the games. They are called Beast-Men in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', but they only look wolfish at night. During the day they resemble ''camels'' for some reason. Kevin, one of the playable characters, appears more human as he's a HalfHumanHybrid, but he can go full-on werewolf at night.
* PaletteSwap - PaletteSwap: Almost every early enemy has a harder palette-swapped version. The player characters themselves in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' are usually palette-swapped for their class changes.



* QuicksandBox - In ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' you could theoretically travel to any spot on the globe, but realistically it'd be a lot easier to take the path recommended by [[GuideDangIt online walkthroughs]] and there are multiple choke points where you can't get past unless you have the right kind of magic.
* RandomlyDrops - Several of the orbs necessary to power up the weapons on ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' can only be obtained by random drops from certain enemies in the final area. The items necessary to upgrade character classes in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' are similarly tricky to get.

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* QuicksandBox - QuicksandBox: In ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' you could theoretically travel to any spot on the globe, but realistically it'd be a lot easier to take the path recommended by [[GuideDangIt online walkthroughs]] and there are multiple choke points where you can't get past unless you have the right kind of magic.
* RandomlyDrops - RandomlyDrops: Several of the orbs necessary to power up the weapons on ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' can only be obtained by random drops from certain enemies in the final area. The items necessary to upgrade character classes in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' are similarly tricky to get.



* RapunzelHair - Just about every female character in all of the games; Hawkeye in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' is a male version.
* RebelliousPrincess - Purim from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', (comes from a noble family, and is not actually royalty but otherwise fits perfectly,) and Angela (and to some extent Carlie) from ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
* RecurringLocation: The Mana Holy Land, which is routinely blown to smithereens.

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* RapunzelHair - RapunzelHair: Just about every female character in all of the games; Hawkeye in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' is a male version.
* RebelliousPrincess - Purim RebelliousPrincess: Primm from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' (comes from a noble family, and is not actually royalty but otherwise fits perfectly,) perfectly) and Angela (and to some extent Carlie) Charlotte/Carlie) from ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
* RecurringLocation: The Mana Holy Land, Holyland, which is routinely blown to smithereens.



* RespawningEnemies - Killing all the enemies on a screen in ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' causes them to respawn after a few seconds. This is annoying, but can make farming random drops easier, and since the game has both a healing spell and a technique that lets you recover MP, it stops the player from completely recharging after every battle. In the other games, enemies respawn if you leave the area far enough and return, making LevelGrinding fairly easy for areas where you can just keep going in a circle, killing things along the way.
* RingMenu - a staple of the series since ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana''.
* SaintlyChurch - The Churches of Mana
* SceneryPorn: The series as a whole sports a very unique art style and color palette. Load up a [=ROM=] of ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' some time and boggle at how seamless the tilesets can be.
* SquishyWizard - Most of the caster classes in all of the games.

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* RespawningEnemies - RespawningEnemies: Killing all the enemies on a screen in ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' causes them to respawn after a few seconds. This is annoying, but can make farming random drops easier, and since the game has both a healing spell and a technique that lets you recover MP, it stops the player from completely recharging after every battle. In the other games, enemies respawn if you leave the area far enough and return, making LevelGrinding fairly easy for areas where you can just keep going in a circle, killing things along the way.
* RingMenu - RingMenu: a staple of the series since ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana''.
* SaintlyChurch - SaintlyChurch: The Churches of Mana
* SceneryPorn: The series as a whole sports a very unique art style and color palette. Load up a [=ROM=] ROM of ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' some time and boggle at how seamless the tilesets can be.
* SquishyWizard - SquishyWizard: Most of the caster classes in all of the games.



* TheStarscream - Fairly frequent in occurrence, in fact, as several games have one.
* SpiritualSuccessor - The ''KingdomHearts'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChronicles'' series.
* SummonMagic - the spells in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' all involve calling up the respective NatureSpirit and having them blast the enemy or buff the party.
* ThematicSeries - Although the more recent games are tied together more closely, the first four games have little (if anything) tying them together.
* UltimateBlacksmith - Watts in most games; in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', he teaches the player character to be their own Ultimate Blacksmith.
* UnnecessaryCombatRoll - Both in super moves and as its own normal ability in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.

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* TheStarscream - TheStarscream: Fairly frequent in occurrence, in fact, as several games have one.
* SpiritualSuccessor - SpiritualSuccessor: The ''KingdomHearts'' ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChronicles'' series.
series are both ones to this one.
* SummonMagic - SummonMagic: the spells in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' all involve calling up the respective NatureSpirit and having them blast the enemy or buff the party.
* ThematicSeries - ThematicSeries: Although the more recent games are tied together more closely, the first four games have little (if anything) tying them together.
* UltimateBlacksmith - UltimateBlacksmith: Watts in most games; in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', he teaches the player character to be their own Ultimate Blacksmith.
* UnnecessaryCombatRoll - UnnecessaryCombatRoll: Both in super moves and as its own normal ability in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.



* {{Unwinnable}} - You'll need at least two InterchangeableAntimatterKeys to get through the final dungeon of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure''. If you don't have them, or use them in the wrong spot, then you can't advance to the FinalBoss.

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* {{Unwinnable}} - {{Unwinnable}}: You'll need at least two InterchangeableAntimatterKeys to get through the final dungeon of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure''. If you don't have them, or use them in the wrong spot, then you can't advance to the FinalBoss.



* VideoGameRemake - ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' was upgraded into ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'', bringing it more in line with the rest of the series, ditching the carryover ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' influences for more familiar ''Mana'' references. (Chocobos replaced with cannon travel, for instance.)
* TheVirus - What causes Amanda's BodyHorror in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure''; the Echoes in ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' have a similar effect.
* WorldTree - The Mana Tree in its various incarnations.
* Creator/YokoShimomura - She composed the music for ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana''. For ''Sword of Mana'', she arranged Creator/KenjiIto's original compositions.

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* VideoGameRemake - VideoGameRemake: ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' was upgraded into ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'', bringing it more in line with the rest of the series, ditching the carryover ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' influences for more familiar ''Mana'' references. (Chocobos replaced with cannon travel, for instance.)
* TheVirus - TheVirus: What causes Amanda's BodyHorror in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure''; the Echoes in ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' have a similar effect.
* WorldTree - WorldTree: The Mana Tree in its various incarnations.
* Creator/YokoShimomura - Creator/YokoShimomura: She composed the music for ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'', and ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana''. For ''Sword of Mana'', she arranged Creator/KenjiIto's original compositions.
13th Dec '15 7:08:01 PM GastonRabbit
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''(The World of) Mana'' series, also known as the ''Seiken Densetsu "Legend of the Holy Sword"'', is a group of mostly action [=RPGs=], most of which also tenuously share a setting. Most of the games center on a Mana Tree, the source of magic in the world, and the eponymous Mana Sword.

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''(The World of) Mana'' series, also known as the ''Seiken Densetsu "Legend Densetsu'' (''Legend of the Holy Sword"'', Sword''), is a group of mostly action [=RPGs=], most of which also tenuously share a setting. Most of the games center on a Mana Tree, the source of magic in the world, and the eponymous Mana Sword.



* ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' (1995, Super Famicom; Japan only, a [[http://www.romhacking.net/translations/440/ fan translation is available]] via UsefulNotes/{{emulation}}; commonly nicknamed ''Secret of Mana 2'')

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* ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' (1995, Super Famicom; Japan only, a [[http://www.romhacking.net/translations/440/ fan translation is available]] via UsefulNotes/{{emulation}}; commonly nicknamed ''Secret of Mana 2'')2'', though the fan translation simply uses the original Japanese title)



Unfortunately, to some extent the ''KingdomHearts'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChronicles'' series have usurped the place of ''World of Mana'' in the SquareEnix pantheon, with the aforementioned games featuring the 3D version of the three-character action RPG gameplay for which the ''World of Mana'' series was once known. This has caused SquareEnix to start scrambling to find a different genre for the World of Mana series, such as the RTS ''Heroes of Mana'' and pure action game ''Dawn of Mana'', the latter of which was extremely poorly received and criticized. [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/09/07/report-circle-of-mana-trademark-filed-by-square-enix/ A trademark]] for ''Circle of Mana'' was filed in September 2012. As it turns out, it's a casual social RPG in the same vein as ''Final Fantasy X GREE'' and ''The World Ends With You Live Remix''.

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Unfortunately, to some extent the ''KingdomHearts'' ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChronicles'' series have usurped the place of ''World of Mana'' in the SquareEnix pantheon, with the aforementioned games featuring the 3D version of the three-character action RPG gameplay for which the ''World of Mana'' series was once known. This has caused SquareEnix Creator/SquareEnix to start scrambling to find a different genre for the World of Mana series, such as the RTS ''Heroes of Mana'' and pure action game ''Dawn of Mana'', the latter of which was extremely poorly received and criticized. [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/09/07/report-circle-of-mana-trademark-filed-by-square-enix/ A trademark]] for ''Circle of Mana'' was filed in September 2012. As it turns out, it's a casual social RPG in the same vein as ''Final Fantasy X GREE'' and ''The World Ends With You Live Remix''.



* AccidentalHero - ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' starred an escaped slave who gets caught up in a fight to save the world. The hero of ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' appears to be this--he originally only needs the titular sword to [[InsurmountableWaistHighFence cut tall grass]]--until his [[TheChosenOne identity]] is revealed.
* AwesomeButImpractical - [[ChargedAttack Charging your attack]] as of ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' onward.

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* AccidentalHero - AccidentalHero: ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' starred an escaped slave who gets caught up in a fight to save the world. The hero of ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' appears to be this--he originally only needs the titular sword to [[InsurmountableWaistHighFence cut tall grass]]--until his [[TheChosenOne identity]] is revealed.
* AwesomeButImpractical - AwesomeButImpractical: [[ChargedAttack Charging your attack]] as of ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' onward.



* BittersweetEnding - If the ending to a game in this series isn't a DownerEnding, changes are good that it'll be a BittersweetEnding. ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' are great examples.
* BlackAndWhiteMagic - The Girl and Sprite from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', Angela and Carlie from ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
* BlackMagicianGirl - Angela is a great example.
* BladeOnAStick - The Spear and Javelin in VideoGame/SecretOfMana; Riez wields one in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''; the Spear is also a weapon type in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.
* BodyHorror - Amanda's fate in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'', and the effect of the Echoes in ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana''.
* BookEnds - A recurring trope.
* BrokenBridge - You ''have'' to pull the Mana Sword out to chop down the plant blocking your way back home in VideoGame/SecretOfMana; you similarly need the Axe to break through rocks and the Whip to jump certain gaps.

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* BittersweetEnding - BittersweetEnding: If the ending to a game in this series isn't a DownerEnding, changes are good that it'll be a BittersweetEnding. ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' are great examples.
* BlackAndWhiteMagic - BlackAndWhiteMagic: The Girl and Sprite from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', Angela and Carlie Carlie/Charlotte from ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
* BlackMagicianGirl - BlackMagicianGirl: Angela is a great example.
* BladeOnAStick - BladeOnAStick: The Spear and Javelin in VideoGame/SecretOfMana; Riez Lise/Riesz wields one in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''; the Spear is also a weapon type in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.
* BodyHorror - BodyHorror: Amanda's fate in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'', and the effect of the Echoes in ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana''.
* BookEnds - BookEnds: A recurring trope.
* BrokenBridge - BrokenBridge: You ''have'' to pull the Mana Sword out to chop down the plant blocking your way back home in VideoGame/SecretOfMana; you similarly need the Axe to break through rocks and the Whip to jump certain gaps.



* {{Cap}} - Every inventory item in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' is capped to four. In ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', you can hold up to nine of each item in the ring menu, with more storeable in an inventory menu that's only accessible outside of battle. What's more, the number of items in the ring menu is also limited.
* ChargedAttack - Characters in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' can charge their weapons up to their skill level with the weapon. Unfortunately, charging, especially to higher levels, takes a while, and also slows down your movement significantly, for an inconsiderable increase in damage. Some weapons inflicted additional [[StandardStatusEffect status effects]] when charged, making this useful in limited situations.

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* {{Cap}} - {{Cap}}: Every inventory item in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' is capped to four. In ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', you can hold up to nine of each item in the ring menu, with more storeable in an inventory menu that's only accessible outside of battle. What's more, the number of items in the ring menu is also limited.
* ChargedAttack - ChargedAttack: Characters in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' can charge their weapons up to their skill level with the weapon. Unfortunately, charging, especially to higher levels, takes a while, and also slows down your movement significantly, for an inconsiderable increase in damage. Some weapons inflicted additional [[StandardStatusEffect status effects]] when charged, making this useful in limited situations.



** ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' - Ritzia, who [[DistressedDamsel gets kidnapped]], used to [[ApocalypseMaiden unleash disaster on the world]], and [[spoiler:becomes the next Mana Goddess]].
** ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' - Matilda, Irwin, Escad, and Dana, the LoveDodecahedron that ends tragically for all involved.
** ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' - Dyluck, who [[spoiler:gets brainwashed by the bad guys and sacrifices himself to save the Girl]].
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' - Hasim, who [[spoiler:dies trying to protect the heroine (too bad she [[GameplayAndStorySegregation can't use her unlimited healing ability to save his life]])]].
* TheChosenOne - Also present in several iterations of the game. Its presence in ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' is one of the major plotline differences between it and its original release.

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** ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' - ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'': Ritzia, who [[DistressedDamsel gets kidnapped]], used to [[ApocalypseMaiden unleash disaster on the world]], and [[spoiler:becomes the next Mana Goddess]].
** ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' - ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'': Matilda, Irwin, Escad, and Dana, the LoveDodecahedron that ends tragically for all involved.
** ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' - ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'': Dyluck, who [[spoiler:gets brainwashed by the bad guys and sacrifices himself to save the Girl]].
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' - ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'': Hasim, who [[spoiler:dies trying to protect the heroine (too bad she [[GameplayAndStorySegregation can't use her unlimited healing ability to save his life]])]].
* TheChosenOne - TheChosenOne: Also present in several iterations of the game. Its presence in ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' is one of the major plotline differences between it and its original release.



* CoolSword - Generally the Mana Sword, but other equippable swords in various titles are also pretty impressive.
* CoOpMultiplayer - ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' was the first RPG to feature a co-operative multiplayer gameplay mechanic where a second or third player could drop-in and drop-out at any time. ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' used the same form of co-operative multiplayer.
* CrowningMusicofAwesome - [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8W1_UpBH6yw&fmt=18 Sacrifice Part III]] from ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZplNAI3DVw&fmt=18 The Way This Heart Is]] from ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana''.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=226lyvZmNB8 Angel's Fear]] aka the Secret of Mana Theme. Yes, that's all done with a SNES chipset.
* DarkIsNotEvil - Shade, the Spirit of Darkness. While he may be a creepy floating bat-eyeball, and is the only one to actively pit the heroes against monsters to prove themselves, he is still very much on the side of good.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu - The FinalBoss of most games is generally a sufficiently terror-inspiring EldritchAbomination; in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' you fight ''eight'' God-Beasts and the final boss [[spoiler:absorbs all of their power, as well as that of the Mana Sword]]; and in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', you even have to kill [[spoiler:the Mana goddess' SuperPoweredEvilSide]].
* DoomedHometown - In ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'', the HiddenElfVillage where Keldy is raised gets invaded; the Girl from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' hails from one of these as well, and in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' '''all six''' protagonists hometowns get invaded/taken over by bad guys at one point or another (the order thereof depending on who you picked to be your PowerTrio).
* DownerEnding - ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana''. Two of the three arcs leading to the endgame in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' also end this way.

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* CoolSword - CoolSword: Generally the Mana Sword, but other equippable swords in various titles are also pretty impressive.
* CoOpMultiplayer - CoOpMultiplayer: ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' was the first RPG to feature a co-operative multiplayer gameplay mechanic where a second or third player could drop-in and drop-out at any time. ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' used the same form of co-operative multiplayer.
* CrowningMusicofAwesome - [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8W1_UpBH6yw&fmt=18 Sacrifice Part III]] from ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZplNAI3DVw&fmt=18 The Way This Heart Is]] from ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana''.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=226lyvZmNB8 Angel's Fear]] aka the Secret of Mana Theme. Yes, that's all done with a SNES chipset.
* DarkIsNotEvil -
DarkIsNotEvil: Shade, the Spirit of Darkness. While he may be a creepy floating bat-eyeball, and is the only one to actively pit the heroes against monsters to prove themselves, he is still very much on the side of good.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu - DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: The FinalBoss of most games is generally a sufficiently terror-inspiring EldritchAbomination; in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' you fight ''eight'' God-Beasts and the final boss [[spoiler:absorbs all of their power, as well as that of the Mana Sword]]; and in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', you even have to kill [[spoiler:the Mana goddess' SuperPoweredEvilSide]].
* DoomedHometown - DoomedHometown: In ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'', the HiddenElfVillage where Keldy is raised gets invaded; the Girl from ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' hails from one of these as well, and in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' '''all six''' protagonists hometowns get invaded/taken over by bad guys at one point or another (the order thereof depending on who you picked to be your PowerTrio).
* DownerEnding - DownerEnding: ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana''. Two of the three arcs leading to the endgame in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' also end this way.



*** And if you consider ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' to be the chronological sequel to ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'', [[spoiler:she ends up dying anyway when Thanatos destroys the Tree with the Mana Fortress.]]
* ElementalCrafting - The crafting system in the later games follows this trope.

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*** And if you consider ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' to be the chronological sequel to ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'', [[spoiler:she ends up dying anyway when Thanatos destroys the Tree with the Mana Fortress.]]
Fortress]].
* ElementalCrafting - ElementalCrafting: The crafting system in the later games follows this trope.



** BlowYouAway[=/=]ShockAndAwe: Jinn (called Sylphid in ''Secret of Mana'')
** CastingAShadow: Shade
** DishingOutDirt: Gnome
** ExtraOreDinary: Aura (only in ''Legend of Mana'')
** GreenThumb[=/=]PetalPower: Dryad
** AnIcePerson[=/=]MakingASplash: Undine
** LightEmUp: Wisp (called Lumina in ''Secret of Mana'')
** {{Lunacy}}: Luna (not present in ''Legend of Mana'')
** PlayingWithFire: Salamander
* ElementalRockPaperScissors - Undine (water) opposes Salamander (fire), Sylph (wind/lightning) opposes Gnome (rock), Luna (moon) opposes Dryad (plant), Lumina (light) opposes Shade (dark) and vice versa. Some games also have the Aura (metal) element replace Luna as Dryad's opposite.
* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies - All over the place as minor {{Mooks}}
* TheEvilEmpire - Your main enemy in most of the games.
* EvilSorcerer - Generally TheDragon to the BigBad
* FighterMageThief - Your party in most games.

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** BlowYouAway[=/=]ShockAndAwe: Jinn (called Sylphid in ''Secret of Mana'')
Mana'').
** CastingAShadow: Shade
Shade.
** DishingOutDirt: Gnome
Gnome.
** ExtraOreDinary: Aura (only in ''Legend of Mana'')
Mana'').
** GreenThumb[=/=]PetalPower: Dryad
Dryad.
** AnIcePerson[=/=]MakingASplash: Undine
Undine.
** LightEmUp: Wisp (called Lumina in ''Secret of Mana'')
Mana'').
** {{Lunacy}}: Luna (not present in ''Legend of Mana'')
Mana'').
** PlayingWithFire: Salamander
Salamander.
* ElementalRockPaperScissors - ElementalRockPaperScissors: Undine (water) opposes Salamander (fire), Sylph (wind/lightning) opposes Gnome (rock), Luna (moon) opposes Dryad (plant), Lumina (light) opposes Shade (dark) (dark), and vice versa. Some games also have the Aura (metal) element replace Luna as Dryad's opposite.
* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies - EverythingsDeaderWithZombies: All over the place as minor {{Mooks}}
* TheEvilEmpire - TheEvilEmpire: Your main enemy in most of the games.
* EvilSorcerer - EvilSorcerer: Generally TheDragon to the BigBad
* FighterMageThief - FighterMageThief: Your party in most games.



* FloatingContinent - The Mana Fortress in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and the Holyland in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
** You need to ride Flammie through a portal to reach the Mana Holyland. However, it's unclear as to whether the Holyland ''itself'' is airborne.
* GiantEnemyCrab - A boss battle ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'', ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', and ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana''.
* GlobalAirship - Flammie, in the games where you get him.
* GoForTheEye - The Demon Wall in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', and the Full Metal Hugger boss in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' (although it had two eyes).
* GoodOldFisticuffs - The Fist weapons in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''; Kevin fights like this in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
* TheGoomba - Rabites.
* GottaCatchEmAll - Unlocking/restoring the mana stones in most games; getting all of the Weapon Orbs in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana''; collecting all of the artifacts and getting all of the Cactus Diary entries in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.
* {{Gotterdammerung}} - Most (if not all) of the ''Mana'' games feature the destruction of the Mana Tree along with the loss of the world's magic (they both get better, eventually.)

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* FloatingContinent - FloatingContinent: The Mana Fortress in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana''. Possibly the Mana Holyland in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
** You need to ride Flammie through a portal to reach the Mana Holyland. However,
''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', if it's unclear as to whether the Holyland ''itself'' is airborne.
not simply in another dimension.
* GiantEnemyCrab - GiantEnemyCrab: A boss battle ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'', ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', and ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana''.
* GlobalAirship - GlobalAirship: Flammie, in the games where you get him.
featuring him (her in ''Seiken Densetsu 3'').
* GoForTheEye - GoForTheEye: The Demon Wall in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', and the Full Metal Hugger boss in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' (although it had two eyes).
* GoodOldFisticuffs - GoodOldFisticuffs: The Fist weapons in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''; Kevin fights like this in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3''.
* TheGoomba - TheGoomba: Rabites.
* GottaCatchEmAll - GottaCatchEmAll: Unlocking/restoring the mana stones in most games; getting all of the Weapon Orbs in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana''; collecting all of the artifacts and getting all of the Cactus Diary entries in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.
* {{Gotterdammerung}} - {{Gotterdammerung}}: Most (if not all) of the ''Mana'' games feature the destruction of the Mana Tree along with the loss of the world's magic (they both get better, eventually.)eventually).



** Knowing which enemies to farm for the third job class unlocking item or the best weapons/armor in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' is also a massive pain in the butt even ''with'' a Guide.

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** Knowing which enemies to farm for the third job class unlocking item or the best weapons/armor in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' is also a massive pain in the butt even ''with'' a Guide.guide.



* HarderThanHard - "No Future" mode on ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' and "Ultimate" mode on ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana''.
* HelloInsertNameHere
* HeroicSacrifice - So many times in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' that it gets to be [[PlayerPunch like a punch in the gut]]. Averted in the remake, which leaves some grumbling.

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* HarderThanHard - HarderThanHard: "No Future" mode on in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' and "Ultimate" mode on in ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana''.
* HelloInsertNameHere
HelloInsertNameHere: Though there's generally a default name for each character (in ''Secret of Mana'', this is only the case in the mobile ports).
* HeroicSacrifice - HeroicSacrifice: So many times in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' that it gets to be [[PlayerPunch like a punch in the gut]]. Averted in the remake, which leaves some grumbling.



* HiddenElfVillage - In ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', hidden in TheLostWoods; in ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'', on its own remote island.
** There is one in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' as well: [[spoiler:the Sprite's [[DoomedHometown home town]], but sadly it's destroyed by the Empire just before you arrive.]]
* Creator/HirokiKikuta - Composed the entire soundtracks for ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', as well as scattered tracks from the post-''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' games.
* HolyHandGrenade - Light magic is one of the elements, with the patron spirit Wisp; in most games it only has one or two offensive spells, focusing instead on healing and defense.
* HonestJohnsDealership - Neko/Niccolo (who share the same name in Japanese: Nikita), who sells overpriced items in most games and bilks quite a few people out of their hard-earned money (including the player character) in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.

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* HiddenElfVillage - HiddenElfVillage: In ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', a literal example is hidden in TheLostWoods; TheLostWoods. There's a non-literal example in ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'', on its own remote island.
** There is one in ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' as well: [[spoiler:the [[spoiler:The Sprite's [[DoomedHometown home town]], but sadly it's destroyed by the Empire just before you arrive.]]
arrive]].
* Creator/HirokiKikuta - Creator/HirokiKikuta: Composed the entire soundtracks for ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', as well as scattered tracks from the post-''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' games.
* HolyHandGrenade - HolyHandGrenade: Light magic is one of the elements, with the patron spirit Wisp; in most games it only has one or two offensive spells, focusing instead on healing and defense.
* HonestJohnsDealership - HonestJohnsDealership: Neko/Niccolo (who share the same name in Japanese: Nikita), Japanese versions, Nikita, which appears in the fan translation of the third game), who sells overpriced items in most games and bilks quite a few people out of their hard-earned money (including the player character) in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana''.



* HumanCannonball - Cannon travel. Thank goodness your characters don't take fall damage!
* HyperspaceArsenal - Most obvious in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', where you have a second "bag of holding" that can hold quite a bit more than the main inventory, but all of the other games has your party carting around quite a bit of stuff. Even more so in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', where you can carry a ridiculous amount of VendorTrash, weapons, armor, instruments, and magical artifacts in your pockets.

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* HumanCannonball - HumanCannonball: Cannon travel. Thank goodness your characters don't take fall damage!
* HyperspaceArsenal - HyperspaceArsenal: Most obvious in ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'', where in which you have a second "bag of holding" that can hold quite a bit more than the main inventory, but all of the other games has your party carting around quite a bit of stuff. Even more so in ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', where in which you can carry a ridiculous amount of VendorTrash, weapons, armor, instruments, and magical artifacts in your pockets.



* ImprobableHairstyle - Quite a few of the characters. ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' [[LampshadeHanging hangs a lampshade]] if you choose the female protagonist.
* InexplicableTreasureChests - Where was the Rabite keeping that thing?
* InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals - The unaccountably dancing, turban-wearing merchants. Presumably they are all part of a very powerful guild, because their reach extends across all time periods and dimensions.

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* ImprobableHairstyle - ImprobableHairstyle: Quite a few of the characters. ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' [[LampshadeHanging hangs a lampshade]] if you choose the female protagonist.
* InexplicableTreasureChests - InexplicableTreasureChests: Where was the Rabite keeping that thing?
* InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals - InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals: The unaccountably dancing, turban-wearing merchants.merchants, who are all named Moti in games that give them names. Presumably they are all part of a very powerful guild, because their reach extends across all time periods and dimensions.
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** In ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', some charged attacks do become worth the effort, as it's the only way to inflict MassiveDamage on the harder difficulty levels.

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** In ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'', some charged attacks do become worth the effort, as it's the only way to inflict MassiveDamage high damage on the harder difficulty levels.
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** BlowYouAway[=/=]ShockAndAwe: Jinn

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** BlowYouAway[=/=]ShockAndAwe: JinnJinn (called Sylphid in ''Secret of Mana'')
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