History Videogame / MasterOfTheWind

22nd Jun '18 3:44:59 PM Exxolon
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Filled with laughs, heartache, and some legitimately outstanding writing, see why it is one of the most acclaimed freeware [=RPGs=] on the net. After a agonizing wait of over two years, the seventh and final arc was finally released in November 2011. The game's separate chapters have won numerous Misaos (The RPG Maker community's version of the Oscars) over the years, including Game of the Year for both Arc IV(2007) and Arc VII(2011). Check it out [[http://www.solest.org at the official site.]]

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Filled with laughs, heartache, and some legitimately outstanding writing, see why it is one of the most acclaimed freeware [=RPGs=] on the net. After a agonizing wait of over two years, the seventh and final arc was finally released in November 2011. The game's separate chapters have won numerous Misaos (The RPG Maker community's version of the Oscars) over the years, including Game of the Year for both Arc IV(2007) and Arc VII(2011). Check it out [[http://www.solest.org [[http://solestgames.com/game/master-of-the-wind/ at the official site.]]
25th Feb '18 2:42:51 PM nombretomado
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* AllThereInTheManual: The events of the Gallian war, starring the Guardian heroes, is told from Volrath's first RPGMaker game ''Clean Slate''. Despite its importance to the lore of Master of the Wind, the game was never officially released. After years of fans asking to see it, Volrath released a series of LetsPlay [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdHUWff-5U0&list=PLjPWbXnTPfN6g2wb-1OnwyKXF201NJp1S videos]] of the complete game with detailed commentary.

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* AllThereInTheManual: The events of the Gallian war, starring the Guardian heroes, is told from Volrath's first RPGMaker VideoGame/RPGMaker game ''Clean Slate''. Despite its importance to the lore of Master of the Wind, the game was never officially released. After years of fans asking to see it, Volrath released a series of LetsPlay [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdHUWff-5U0&list=PLjPWbXnTPfN6g2wb-1OnwyKXF201NJp1S videos]] of the complete game with detailed commentary.
23rd Apr '17 9:52:03 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy: Stoic, having lived for so long, knows all the tricks by now.
** Also, Cade, seeing large, glowing crystal, remarks: "Let me guess, I need seven of these to save the world." He didn't, but he seems to be perfectly aware how videogames work.
31st Mar '17 6:11:22 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CatchPhrase: [[GenreSavvy "I know all."]]

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* CatchPhrase: [[GenreSavvy "I know all."]]"
22nd Feb '17 6:07:27 PM Gosicrystal
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* GunsAkimbo: Finley.

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* %%* GunsAkimbo: Finley.



* HeroesWantRedheads: Auburn.

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* %%* HeroesWantRedheads: Auburn.



* LikeBrotherAndSister: Cade and Violet don't interact a lot, but they argue very much like siblings. [[spoiler: Especially since they're actually related]].
** A straighter example is Cade and Gabriella, who hug each other but are just close friends and nothing more.

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* LikeBrotherAndSister: LikeBrotherAndSister:
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Cade and Violet don't interact a lot, but they argue very much like siblings. [[spoiler: Especially since they're actually related]].
** A straighter example is Cade and Gabriella, who Gabriella hug each other but are just close friends and nothing more.



* LongLostRelative: [[spoiler:Rayne, Cade's brother.]]
** Also Bardo Crag, [[spoiler: Vec's nephew.]]
* LostForever: Almost everything; most areas will not be revisited after you go to them, so if there are any secret recipes there and you [[GuideDangIt didn't find them]], tough luck.

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* LongLostRelative: LongLostRelative:
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[[spoiler:Rayne, Cade's brother.]]
** Also Bardo Crag, [[spoiler: Vec's [[spoiler:Vec's nephew.]]
* LostForever: Almost everything; most areas will not be revisited after you go to them, so if there are any secret recipes there and you [[GuideDangIt didn't find them]], tough luck.
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* PathOfInspiration / CorruptChurch: The Hand of Arcadius.

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* PathOfInspiration / CorruptChurch: %%* PathOfInspiration: The Hand of Arcadius.Arcadius.
* PermanentlyMissableContent: Almost everything; most areas will not be revisited after you go to them, so if there are any secret recipes there and you [[GuideDangIt didn't find them]], tough luck.



* ThePowerOfRock: Ercello.
* PredatoryBusiness: Equipment King
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: Cyneric.

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* %%* ThePowerOfRock: Ercello.
* %%* PredatoryBusiness: Equipment King
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King.
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ProudWarriorRaceGuy: Cyneric.



* TooDumbToFool: Finley.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Andau]].
* RetiredBadass: Bubba.

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* %%* TooDumbToFool: Finley.
* %%* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Andau]].
* %%* RetiredBadass: Bubba.



* SamusIsAGirl: [[spoiler: Sparrow]]
* SarcasticConfession: [[spoiler:"I left my costume at home."]]
** "How did you escape from your cell!?" "...Magic."

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* SamusIsAGirl: [[spoiler: Sparrow]]
[[spoiler:Sparrow.]]
* SarcasticConfession: [[spoiler:"I left my costume at home."]]
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"How did you escape from your cell!?" "...Magic.""
%%** [[spoiler:"I left my costume at home."]]



* ShapeShifter: Pilc.

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* %%* ShapeShifter: Pilc.



* TheStoic: Guess.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Finley.

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* TheStoic: Guess.
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%%* TheStoic
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SmallNameBigEgo: Finley.



* ThemeMusicPowerUp: Whenever Stoic's theme song starts playing, serious ass kicking is about to ensue.

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* ThemeMusicPowerUp: ThemeMusicPowerUp:
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Whenever Stoic's theme song starts playing, serious ass kicking is about to ensue.



* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: Shroud and Sparrow.

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* %%* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: Shroud and Sparrow.
28th Dec '16 5:56:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* CursedWithAwesome: Stoic was resurrected to serve as an undead slave. Said resurrection transformed him into a giant {{Badass}} skeleton who does not need to eat or breathe, will never get sick, and who is implied to be immortal. Stoic doesn't seem to particularly mind the change, however.

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* CursedWithAwesome: Stoic was resurrected to serve as an undead slave. Said resurrection transformed him into a giant {{Badass}} badass skeleton who does not need to eat or breathe, will never get sick, and who is implied to be immortal. Stoic doesn't seem to particularly mind the change, however.
22nd Jul '16 7:36:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* ShootTheMedicFirst: [[spoiler: Ariel]] combines this trope with DangerouslyGenreSavvy by attacking the dungeon fairy attempting to give the heroes an option to heal and save during their fight. [[spoiler: The Fairy survived, and was given an honorable delicacy for this.]]

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* ShootTheMedicFirst: [[spoiler: Ariel]] combines this trope with DangerouslyGenreSavvy by attacking attacks the dungeon fairy attempting to give the heroes an option to heal and save during their fight. [[spoiler: The Fairy survived, and was given an honorable delicacy for this.]]
15th Nov '15 3:36:51 AM rufusluciusivan
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* HistoricalVillainUpdate: {{Downplayed}} In-universe example. While General Lysander was the BigBad of ''Clean Slate'', Cade's comments during a lesson about him suggest that the people mostly remember his violent actions and regard him as nothing more than a bloodthirsty general. ''Clean Slate'''s LetsPlay reveals that, while he was a devoted follower of [[FinalSolution Gallia's genocidal teachings against non-humans and slaughtered many innocents]], he was a more complex person. Lysander was also a [[EvenEvilHaveLovedOnes loving husband and father]], and a deeply loyal soldier ready to die to protect the citizens of his country. [[VillainousValour He willingly chose to fight (and maybe die) during the last battle, while knowing that he would have lived if he ran away, because he wanted to protect his people]]. In the end, confronted by Arius, he admitted that he may have been wrong about Aracadius' teachings and seemed to regret his bad treatment of his sister.

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* HistoricalVillainUpdate: HistoricalVillainUpgrade: {{Downplayed}} In-universe example. While General Lysander was the BigBad of ''Clean Slate'', Cade's comments during a lesson about him suggest that the people mostly remember his violent actions and regard him as nothing more than a bloodthirsty general. ''Clean Slate'''s LetsPlay reveals that, while he was a devoted follower of [[FinalSolution Gallia's genocidal teachings against non-humans and slaughtered many innocents]], he was a more complex person. Lysander was also a [[EvenEvilHaveLovedOnes [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes loving husband and father]], and a deeply loyal soldier ready to die to protect the citizens of his country. [[VillainousValour He willingly chose to fight (and maybe die) during the last battle, while knowing that he would have lived if he ran away, because he wanted to protect his people]]. In the end, confronted by Arius, he admitted that he may have been wrong about Aracadius' teachings and seemed to regret his bad treatment of his sister.
15th Nov '15 3:36:09 AM rufusluciusivan
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* HistoricalVillainUpdate: {{Downplayed}} In-universe example. While General Lysander was the BigBad of ''Clean Slate'', Cade's comments during a lesson about him suggest that the people mostly remember his violent actions and regard him as nothing more than a bloodthirsty general. ''Clean Slate'''s LetsPlay reveals that, while he was a devoted follower of [[FinalSolution Gallia's genocidal teachings against non-humans and slaughtered many innocents]], he was a more complex person. Lysander was also a [[EvenEvilHaveLovedOnes loving husband and father]], and a deeply loyal soldier ready to die to protect the citizens of his country. [[VillainousValour He willingly chose to fight (and maybe die) during the last battle, while knowing that he would have lived if he ran away, because he wanted to protect his people]]. In the end, confronted by Arius, he admitted that he may have been wrong about Aracadius' teachings and seemed to regret his bad treatment of his sister.
15th Nov '15 3:16:34 AM rufusluciusivan
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* HeelFaceTurn: A few. In the backstory, some of Gallia's high-ranking officials that still play a minor role in the game (like Tor and Evander). In the game proper, there are [[spoiler:Gabriella, Rana, the [[BrainwashedAndCrazy brainwashed elemental mages]], Don Kovak and Vec]]. [[spoiler:Andau]] combines it with RedemptionEqualsDeath.

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* HeelFaceTurn: A few. In the backstory, some of Gallia's high-ranking officials that still play a minor role in the game (like Tor and Evander). In the game proper, there are [[spoiler:Gabriella, Rana, the [[BrainwashedAndCrazy brainwashed elemental mages]], Gabriel, Don Kovak and Vec]].Vec]]. While he was [[spoiler:Stoic]]'s enemy in the past, by the time you meet him in the game, [[spoiler:Enkur]] has made one. [[spoiler:Andau]] combines it with RedemptionEqualsDeath.
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