History VideoGame / YggdraUnion

14th Jun '16 7:33:49 PM Monsund
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* UnholyHolySword: [[spoiler:The TropeNamer.]]

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* UnholyHolySword: [[spoiler:The TropeNamer.Gran Centurino.]]
12th Nov '15 4:29:48 PM nombretomado
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* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: In the A ending, the failure of Nessiah's plan means that [[GreaterScopeVillain Hector]] is free to enact his schemes in ''VideoGame/KnightsInTheNightmare'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand''.]]

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* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: In the A ending, the failure of Nessiah's plan means that [[GreaterScopeVillain Hector]] is free to enact his schemes in ''VideoGame/KnightsInTheNightmare'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand''.''VideoGame/RivieraThePromisedLand''.]]



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: What really puts the [[BittersweetEnding "bittersweet"]] in [[MultipleEndings Ending A]]? [[spoiler:If he'd been able to take his revenge, Nessiah would have killed ''the VideoGame/DeptHeaven series villain, Hector,'' and ended a horribly corrupt heavenly system. This would have ''prevented the tragic scenarios of ''VideoGame/KnightsInTheNightmare ''and RivieraThePromisedLand from ever happening,'' sparing entire other worlds from their suffering.]] Nice job breaking it, Yggdra.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: What really puts the [[BittersweetEnding "bittersweet"]] in [[MultipleEndings Ending A]]? [[spoiler:If he'd been able to take his revenge, Nessiah would have killed ''the VideoGame/DeptHeaven series villain, Hector,'' and ended a horribly corrupt heavenly system. This would have ''prevented the tragic scenarios of ''VideoGame/KnightsInTheNightmare ''and RivieraThePromisedLand ''VideoGame/RivieraThePromisedLand'' from ever happening,'' sparing entire other worlds from their suffering.]] Nice job breaking it, Yggdra.



* Myth/NorseMythology: The original translation of the game had several references to it, like the names of certain items and the name of Kylier's race; the updated translation added a lot more of them, since by then {{Atlus}} had realized that ''YggdraUnion'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand'' were part of one series. The story itself also contains a reference--the side materials explain that one of the antagonists once sacrificed an eye in exchange for knowledge, similar to Odin.

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* Myth/NorseMythology: The original translation of the game had several references to it, like the names of certain items and the name of Kylier's race; the updated translation added a lot more of them, since by then {{Atlus}} had realized that ''YggdraUnion'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand'' ''VideoGame/RivieraThePromisedLand'' were part of one series. The story itself also contains a reference--the side materials explain that one of the antagonists once sacrificed an eye in exchange for knowledge, similar to Odin.
25th Jun '15 6:20:09 PM nombretomado
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* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: In the A ending, the failure of Nessiah's plan means that [[GreaterScopeVillain Hector]] is free to enact his schemes in ''KnightsInTheNightmare'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand''.]]

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* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: In the A ending, the failure of Nessiah's plan means that [[GreaterScopeVillain Hector]] is free to enact his schemes in ''KnightsInTheNightmare'' ''VideoGame/KnightsInTheNightmare'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand''.]]



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: What really puts the [[BittersweetEnding "bittersweet"]] in [[MultipleEndings Ending A]]? [[spoiler:If he'd been able to take his revenge, Nessiah would have killed ''the VideoGame/DeptHeaven series villain, Hector,'' and ended a horribly corrupt heavenly system. This would have ''prevented the tragic scenarios of KnightsInTheNightmare and RivieraThePromisedLand from ever happening,'' sparing entire other worlds from their suffering.]] Nice job breaking it, Yggdra.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: What really puts the [[BittersweetEnding "bittersweet"]] in [[MultipleEndings Ending A]]? [[spoiler:If he'd been able to take his revenge, Nessiah would have killed ''the VideoGame/DeptHeaven series villain, Hector,'' and ended a horribly corrupt heavenly system. This would have ''prevented the tragic scenarios of KnightsInTheNightmare and ''VideoGame/KnightsInTheNightmare ''and RivieraThePromisedLand from ever happening,'' sparing entire other worlds from their suffering.]] Nice job breaking it, Yggdra.
3rd May '15 9:37:59 AM TVRulezAgain
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* [[spoiler: TheBadGuyWins: In the A ending, the failure of Nessiah's plan means that [[BiggerBad Hector]] is free to enact his schemes in ''KnightsInTheNightmare'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand''.]]

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* [[spoiler: TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: In the A ending, the failure of Nessiah's plan means that [[BiggerBad [[GreaterScopeVillain Hector]] is free to enact his schemes in ''KnightsInTheNightmare'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand''.]]
20th Apr '15 4:37:12 AM jormis29
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** The Vanir [[StealthInsult are reminiscent of Native Americans,]] [[TakeThat particularly considering their relation to Fantasinia]] (and the [[NorseMythology name of their race]]). Most of them are dark-skinned ([[spoiler:Milanor]] being an exception) to make it even more obvious.

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** The Vanir [[StealthInsult are reminiscent of Native Americans,]] [[TakeThat particularly considering their relation to Fantasinia]] (and the [[NorseMythology [[Myth/NorseMythology name of their race]]). Most of them are dark-skinned ([[spoiler:Milanor]] being an exception) to make it even more obvious.



* NorseMythology: The original translation of the game had several references to it, like the names of certain items and the name of Kylier's race; the updated translation added a lot more of them, since by then {{Atlus}} had realized that ''YggdraUnion'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand'' were part of one series. The story itself also contains a reference--the side materials explain that one of the antagonists once sacrificed an eye in exchange for knowledge, similar to Odin.

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* NorseMythology: Myth/NorseMythology: The original translation of the game had several references to it, like the names of certain items and the name of Kylier's race; the updated translation added a lot more of them, since by then {{Atlus}} had realized that ''YggdraUnion'' and ''RivieraThePromisedLand'' were part of one series. The story itself also contains a reference--the side materials explain that one of the antagonists once sacrificed an eye in exchange for knowledge, similar to Odin.
5th Dec '14 2:26:57 AM thegoodsamaritan
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* [[spoiler: TheBadGuyWins: In the A ending, the failure of Nessiah's plan means that [[BiggerBad Hector]] is free to enact his schemes in ''KnightsInTheNightmare'' and ''RivierraThePromisedLand''.]]

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* [[spoiler: TheBadGuyWins: In the A ending, the failure of Nessiah's plan means that [[BiggerBad Hector]] is free to enact his schemes in ''KnightsInTheNightmare'' and ''RivierraThePromisedLand''.''RivieraThePromisedLand''.]]
23rd Nov '14 4:15:59 AM FlowingCotton
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A prequel called ''VideoGame/BlazeUnion'' concerning the events of the Bronquian revolution was released in May 2010.

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A prequel called ''VideoGame/BlazeUnion'' concerning the events of the Bronquian revolution was released in May 2010.
2010. ''VideoGame/GloriaUnion'' is spin-off set in another continuity, sporting a story more light-hearted in tone.
24th Jul '14 4:45:20 PM SomeNewGuy
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* [[spoiler: TheBadGuyWins]]

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* [[spoiler: TheBadGuyWins]]TheBadGuyWins: In the A ending, the failure of Nessiah's plan means that [[BiggerBad Hector]] is free to enact his schemes in ''KnightsInTheNightmare'' and ''RivierraThePromisedLand''.]]
24th Jul '14 4:42:16 PM SomeNewGuy
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[[caption-width-right:300:The Royal Army, prominently featuring the two leads, Yggdra and Milanor.

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[[caption-width-right:300:The Royal Army, prominently featuring the two leads, Yggdra and Milanor.
Milanor.]]
24th Jul '14 4:41:44 PM SomeNewGuy
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* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Almost every Embellian Undine subscribes to this viewpoint, mainly because some jerk human stole their means of survival. They use this as their justification for attacking completely unrelated humans to try to use their blood for eternal youth potion. [[spoiler:...Which turns out to be exactly how Nessiah, who set up the theft and fed them information about said potion, [[UnwittingPawn was hoping they'd react]].]] This is ''especially'' true with Yggdra.

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* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Almost every Embellian Undine subscribes to this viewpoint, mainly because some jerk human stole their means of survival. They use this as their justification for attacking completely unrelated humans to try to use their blood for eternal youth potion. [[spoiler:...Which turns out to be exactly how Nessiah, who set up the theft and fed them information about said potion, [[UnwittingPawn was hoping they'd react]].]] This is ''especially'' true with Yggdra.]]



* LoveableRogue: [[VillainProtagonist Milanor is a ''big'' adversion of this.]]

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* LoveableRogue: [[VillainProtagonist Milanor is a ''big'' adversion of this.]]Milanor
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