History Videogame / BreathOfFireIII

13th May '16 11:13:25 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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The third game in the long-running EasternRPG series Franchise/BreathOfFire, released on the UsefulNotes/PlayStation in September 1997 in Japan and April 1998 in North America. It was later ported into the {{P|layStationPortable}}SP system and released in August 2005 in Japan and February 2006 in Europe, with [[NoExportForYou no North American release.]](Until 2016.) As typical for the [=BoF=] series, several characters from the earlier games are reinvented here.

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The third game in the long-running EasternRPG series Franchise/BreathOfFire, released on the UsefulNotes/PlayStation in September 1997 in Japan and April 1998 in North America. It was later ported into the {{P|layStationPortable}}SP UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable system and released in August 2005 in Japan and February 2006 in Europe, with [[NoExportForYou no North American release.]](Until 2016.) As typical for the [=BoF=] series, several characters from the earlier games are reinvented here.
11th May '16 8:53:22 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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The third game in the long-running EasternRPG series Franchise/BreathOfFire, released on the PlayStation in September 1997 in Japan and April 1998 in North America. It was later ported into the {{P|layStationPortable}}SP system and released in August 2005 in Japan and February 2006 in Europe, with [[NoExportForYou no North American release.]](Until 2016.) As typical for the [=BoF=] series, several characters from the earlier games are reinvented here.

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The third game in the long-running EasternRPG series Franchise/BreathOfFire, released on the PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation in September 1997 in Japan and April 1998 in North America. It was later ported into the {{P|layStationPortable}}SP system and released in August 2005 in Japan and February 2006 in Europe, with [[NoExportForYou no North American release.]](Until 2016.) As typical for the [=BoF=] series, several characters from the earlier games are reinvented here.
2nd May '16 7:51:28 AM AnotherGamer
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* EndgamePlus: While you can save a "Clear" data of your game upon beating it (and the ability even do so is a GuideDangIt since you need to wait at the otherwise uneventful The End screen for several minutes), all you get out of it is a few fishing-related items.



* NewGamePlus: Barely. While you can save a "Clear" data of your game upon winning (and the ability even do so is a GuideDangIt since you need to wait at the otherwise uneventful The End screen for several minutes), all you get out of it is a few fishing-related items.
3rd Mar '16 4:31:36 AM Ramidel
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* WhiteAndGrayMorality: Ryu and his friends are, by the end of the game, an almost unambiguously heroic group, and Ryu mostly wants to find Teepo, confront God and find out the truth of the Brood's destruction. [[spoiler: Myria, meanwhile, is a WellIntentionedExtremist trying to protect the world from the spread of the Desert of Death, the dangers of uncontrolled technology, and the power of the Brood, but her methods were to separate the "lands of life" from the Desert of Death (keeping life from recolonizing it), sending technology to Steel Beach and Rhapala in limited quantities without giving humanity [=WMDs=], and [[FinalSolution killing or imprisoning every member of the Brood]]. Myria had good reasons to make the calls that she did, but as Yggdrasil points out, right now she's not helping and needs to go.]]
3rd Mar '16 4:28:17 AM Ramidel
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* VillainyFreeVillain: The sailor Zig, Beyd's rival for Shadis' affections and leadership of the Guild. He's a capable and honest sailor, but he acts like a major JerkJock to the [[NerdGlasses bespectacled bookkeeper]] Beyd, spends a lot of time flexing his biceps lecherously at Shadis and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking has a sycophant following him around everywhere]], so Ryu and company have a reason to want to help Beyd take his shot at Shadis. [[spoiler: After he's defeated, [[GracefulLoser Zig is a big enough man to accept that he lost and that Shadis belongs with Beyd]], and [[DefeatMeansFriendship later becomes the pilot for Ryu and friends' ship]].]]
3rd Mar '16 4:11:24 AM Ramidel
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* WhiteAndGrayMorality: Ryu and his friends are, by the end of the game, an almost unambiguously heroic group, and Ryu mostly wants to find Teepo, confront God and find out the truth of the Brood's destruction. [[spoiler: Myria, meanwhile, is a WellIntentionedExtremist trying to protect the world from the spread of the Desert of Death, the dangers of uncontrolled technology, and the power of the Brood, but her methods were to separate the "lands of life" from the Desert of Death and from most technology, sending technology to Steel Beach and Rhapala in limited quantities without giving humanity [=WMDs=], and [[FinalSolution killing or imprisoning every member of the Brood]]. Myria had good reasons to make the calls that she did, but as Yggdrasil points out, right now she's not helping and needs to go.]]

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* WhiteAndGrayMorality: Ryu and his friends are, by the end of the game, an almost unambiguously heroic group, and Ryu mostly wants to find Teepo, confront God and find out the truth of the Brood's destruction. [[spoiler: Myria, meanwhile, is a WellIntentionedExtremist trying to protect the world from the spread of the Desert of Death, the dangers of uncontrolled technology, and the power of the Brood, but her methods were to separate the "lands of life" from the Desert of Death and (keeping life from most technology, recolonizing it), sending technology to Steel Beach and Rhapala in limited quantities without giving humanity [=WMDs=], and [[FinalSolution killing or imprisoning every member of the Brood]]. Myria had good reasons to make the calls that she did, but as Yggdrasil points out, right now she's not helping and needs to go.]]
3rd Mar '16 4:10:26 AM Ramidel
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* WhiteAndGrayMorality: Ryu and his friends are, by the end of the game, an almost unambiguously heroic group, and Ryu mostly wants to find Teepo, confront God and find out the truth of the Brood's destruction. [[spoiler: Myria, meanwhile, is a WellIntentionedExtremist trying to protect the world from the spread of the Desert of Death, the dangers of uncontrolled technology, and the power of the Brood, but her methods were to separate the "lands of life" from the Desert of Death and from most technology, sending technology to Steel Beach and Rhapala in limited quantities without giving humanity [=WMDs=], and [[FinalSolution killing or imprisoning every member of the Brood]]. Myria had good reasons to make the calls that she did, but as Yggdrasil points out, right now she's not helping and needs to go.]]
10th Feb '16 9:56:55 PM InazumaKitsune
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The third game in the long-running EasternRPG series Franchise/BreathOfFire, released on the PlayStation in September 1997 in Japan and April 1998 in North America. It was later ported into the {{P|layStationPortable}}SP system and released in August 2005 in Japan and February 2006 in Europe, with [[NoExportForYou no North American release.]] As typical for the [=BoF=] series, several characters from the earlier games are reinvented here.

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The third game in the long-running EasternRPG series Franchise/BreathOfFire, released on the PlayStation in September 1997 in Japan and April 1998 in North America. It was later ported into the {{P|layStationPortable}}SP system and released in August 2005 in Japan and February 2006 in Europe, with [[NoExportForYou no North American release.]] ]](Until 2016.) As typical for the [=BoF=] series, several characters from the earlier games are reinvented here.
8th Jan '16 2:59:30 PM Discar
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* OurGodsAreGreater: There are several beings referred to as gods, or who are otherwise of equal power (Myria and Ladon for the first, Yggdrasil and Deis[[note]]Though the latter name is itself a feminization of "Deus," Latin for "God"[[/note]] for the second; Ryu as the Kaiser may also count). None of them are omniscient or omnipotent, however (and Myria ''thinking'' of herself as such is what drove much of the BackStory).

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* OurGodsAreGreater: OurGodsAreDifferent: There are several beings referred to as gods, or who are otherwise of equal power (Myria and Ladon for the first, Yggdrasil and Deis[[note]]Though the latter name is itself a feminization of "Deus," Latin for "God"[[/note]] for the second; Ryu as the Kaiser may also count). None of them are omniscient or omnipotent, however (and Myria ''thinking'' of herself as such is what drove much of the BackStory).
1st Nov '15 5:42:55 PM 313Bluestreak
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* MartialPacifist: Hondara. Before he'll allow you to study under him, you first have to learn how to fight without killing, which you accomplish by learning the otherwise useless moves of the ActualPacifist mentioned above. The Urkans as a whole seem to lean in this direction...except in the very, very rare event that they [[BewareTheNiceOnes go to war]]. Then [[GoodIsNotNice the gloves come off]].

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* MartialPacifist: Hondara. Before he'll allow you to study under him, you first have to learn how to fight without killing, which you accomplish by learning the otherwise useless moves of the ActualPacifist mentioned above. The Urkans as a whole seem to lean in this direction...except in the very, very rare event that they [[BewareTheNiceOnes go to war]]. Then [[GoodIsNotNice [[GoodIsNotSoft the gloves come off]].
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