History Videogame / OgreBattle64

14th Sep '17 7:50:13 AM EndarkCuli
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28th Aug '17 11:02:17 AM Ashanark
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Qad, the Beastmaster leader of the rebels in the prologue who chews out Rhade and who [[spoiler: Destin, Debonair, Aisha, and Gilbert]] go to a lot of trouble rescuing from execution, is never seen or referenced again.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Qad, the Beastmaster Beast Tamer leader of the rebels in the prologue who chews out Rhade and who [[spoiler: Destin, Debonair, Aisha, and Gilbert]] Saradin]] go to a lot of trouble rescuing from execution, is never seen or referenced again.
28th Aug '17 10:03:30 AM Ashanark
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Qad, the Beastmaster leader of the rebels in the prologue who chews out Rhade and who [[spoiler: Destin, Debonair, Aisha, and Gilbert]] go to a lot of trouble rescuing from execution, is never seen or referenced again.
27th Aug '17 9:15:29 AM Ashanark
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* DuelBoss: In order to get a Sword of Tiamat required to make a Dragoon, one of your group leaders has to fight the dragon Grozz Nuy one on one.
27th Aug '17 12:09:06 AM Ashanark
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** Later happens again when Richard and Baldwin try to [[spoiler: enter the Temple of Berthe's Chaos Gate and claim the ultimate power. Destin and Gilbert show up and duel them long enough for the Blue Knights to destroy the Gate.]]


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* DiscretionShot: The first time you see Ogres, the camera cuts away right as an Ogre's about to crush the [[RedShirt knight]] that's discovered them.


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* FauxlosophicNarration: Magnus and Destin's [[MeaninglessMeaningfulWords conversation about fate]] in the better endings of the game. Bonus points for Destin saying [[spoiler: Prince Yumil]] [[ImmediateSelfContradiction accepted his fate, then immediately saying he fought against it]].


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* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Several.
** When Dio fights [[spoiler: Rhade so Magnus can rescue Frederick and then safely escapes back to the Blue Knights (assuming you haven't made the plot choices that make you lose him at this point.)]]
** Destin's group fighting [[spoiler: Godeslas' Ogres]] so the Revolutionary Army can attack Alba.
** Destin and Gilbert stalling [[spoiler: [[FightUnscene Richard, Baldwin, and their Mooks]] so that the Blue Knights can destroy the Chaos Gate at the Temple of Berthe.]]
** Leia's father Count Silver [[spoiler: dying to Reucharle the lich instead of succumbing to the Infernal Aura.]] Provided, of course, that you didn't go to Latium first, in which case [[spoiler: you'll kill Silvis yourself.]]


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* WorthyOpponent: Richard sees Destin as this [[spoiler: when they meet and duel each other in Chapter Three.]]
25th Aug '17 3:16:16 PM Ashanark
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* DevelopersForesight: There is in fact an ending if your chaos frame tanks after recruiting Destin.

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* DevelopersForesight: There is in fact an ending if your chaos frame tanks after recruiting Destin. And even an ending if [[spoiler: Magnus loses to Destin in the secret final level, though it can be tricky to do]].



** Similar things happen with both Europea and Carth.



* LuckStat: Affects dodge and critical hits... probably. For females, also affects the chances of becoming an Angel Knight upon death.

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* LuckStat: Affects dodge and critical hits... probably. For females, also affects the chances of becoming an Angel Knight upon death.death, though even with high luck [[ScrappyMechanic you'll still probably just get a zombie.]]



* PaletteSwap: The middle forms of the six elemental dragons are identical in appearance save for coloration.

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* PaletteSwap: The middle forms of the six four elemental dragons are identical in appearance save for coloration.coloration. Platinum and Black Dragons have a superficially different head design but are still basically recolors.
** To a lesser extent, Grapplers to Ninjas and Knights of Danika to Dragoons.
26th Mar '17 2:09:49 PM nombretomado
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The third game released in the ''[[OgreBattle Ogre Battle]]'' line (yet stated to be the "sixth" in the story canon), ''Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber'' was released on the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 in 1999 (Japan) and 2000 (North America). It goes back to the RealTimeStrategy style of game play that the first game in the series has and away from the similar to Final Fantasy Tactics gameplay that Tactics Ogre was.

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The third game released in the ''[[OgreBattle Ogre Battle]]'' ''VideoGame/OgreBattle'' line (yet stated to be the "sixth" in the story canon), ''Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber'' was released on the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 in 1999 (Japan) and 2000 (North America). It goes back to the RealTimeStrategy style of game play that the first game in the series has and away from the similar to Final Fantasy Tactics gameplay that Tactics Ogre was.



* BigDamnHeroes: When it seems like the rebel leader is going to be executed by Rhade, two knights just show up out of ''nowhere'' to save him. It's an even bigger CMOA when you learn [[spoiler:it's Destin and Debonair from the first OgreBattle]].

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* BigDamnHeroes: When it seems like the rebel leader is going to be executed by Rhade, two knights just show up out of ''nowhere'' to save him. It's an even bigger CMOA when you learn [[spoiler:it's Destin and Debonair from the first OgreBattle]].VideoGame/OgreBattle]].
22nd Mar '17 6:06:49 PM GrammarNavi
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The third game released in the ''[[OgreBattle Ogre Battle]]'' line (yet stated to be the "sixth" in the story canon), ''Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber'' was released on the {{Nintendo 64}} in 1999 (Japan) and 2000 (North America). It goes back to the RealTimeStrategy style of game play that the first game in the series has and away from the similar to Final Fantasy Tactics gameplay that Tactics Ogre was.

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The third game released in the ''[[OgreBattle Ogre Battle]]'' line (yet stated to be the "sixth" in the story canon), ''Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber'' was released on the {{Nintendo 64}} UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 in 1999 (Japan) and 2000 (North America). It goes back to the RealTimeStrategy style of game play that the first game in the series has and away from the similar to Final Fantasy Tactics gameplay that Tactics Ogre was.
11th Jan '17 11:53:41 PM PaulA
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* ShoutOut: The high alignment version of the Hawkman is called the [[Film/FlashGordon Vultan, after a certain Prince]]. All the other games of the series are named after songs from ''Music/{{Queen}}''. Except this one. But who provided the theme song to the 80s ''Film/FlashGordon'' film? ''Music/{{Queen}}''. Who appears in the movie? Prince Vultan of the Hawkmen.

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* ShoutOut: The high alignment version of the Hawkman is called the [[Film/FlashGordon [[Film/FlashGordon1980 Vultan, after a certain Prince]]. All the other games of the series are named after songs from ''Music/{{Queen}}''. Except this one. But who provided the theme song to the 80s ''Film/FlashGordon'' ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}'' film? ''Music/{{Queen}}''. Who appears in the movie? Prince Vultan of the Hawkmen.
24th Dec '16 9:37:03 PM JoeP
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* LastDiscMagic: The Drakonite spellbooks found late in the game are powerful enough to annihilate most enemy units in a single encounter.

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* LastDiscMagic: The Drakonite spellbooks found late in the game are powerful enough to annihilate obliterate most enemy units in a single encounter.
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