History Videogame / QuestForGloryII

5th Nov '17 4:12:09 AM Bissek
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* ThreeWishes: "He Who Waits Behind" gives these to you near the end of the game; you can use the first two to raise two of your stats by 50 each, potentially going over the game's {{Cap}} of 200. Using the third wish for anything other than "escape" or "teleport to Iblis" results in a NonStandardGameOver.

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* ThreeWishes: "He Who Waits Behind" gives these to you near the end of the game; you can use the first two to raise two of your stats (other than Honor) by 50 each, potentially going over the game's {{Cap}} of 200. Using the third wish for anything other than "escape" or "teleport to Iblis" results in a NonStandardGameOver.
30th Oct '17 9:15:46 PM darksoul4242
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* GuideDangIt: Finding the Pizza Elemental in the AGD remake. First you have to find a pizza box sitting in one of the many random alleyways in Shapeir, pick it up (ignoring the fact that the game tells you that it isn't important the first time you try,) read the various graffiti on the walls until it tells you something vague about "The Doom from the East," and then wander out far, ''far'' into the desert until you stumble on it.

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* GuideDangIt: Finding the Pizza Elemental in the AGD remake. First you have to find a pizza box sitting in one of the many random alleyways in Shapeir, pick it up (ignoring the fact that the game tells you that it isn't important the first time you try,) try), read the various graffiti on the walls until it tells you something vague about "The Doom from the East," and then wander out far, ''far'' into the desert until you stumble on it.
27th Oct '17 8:45:18 AM starofjusticev21
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* ArtStyleDissonance: In the fan remake, the hall in W.I.T. with portraits of wizards uses dialogue art of characters from different games and the styles contrast heavily. Zara's portrait is from the remake of the first game, Erasmus's is his from the fifth game, and Erana's is from the fourth game.

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* ArtStyleDissonance: In the fan remake, the hall in W.I.T. with portraits of wizards uses dialogue animation art of characters from different games and the styles contrast heavily. Zara's portrait is from the remake of the first game, Erasmus's is his from the fifth game, and Erana's is from the fourth game.



* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy / HistoricalInJoke: [[Creator/HarryHoudini Harry Houdini]] appears as one of the potential sponsors at WIT. In real life, Houdini was accused at least once (by [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]]) of secretly possessing real supernatural powers.

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* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy / HistoricalInJoke: [[Creator/HarryHoudini Harry Houdini]] appears as one of the potential sponsors at WIT. In real life, Houdini was accused at least once (by [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]]) of secretly possessing real supernatural powers. [[note]] Which is ironic because the real Houdini was a zealous debunker of people who claimed actual supernatural power. [[/note]]
27th Oct '17 8:43:38 AM starofjusticev21
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* ArtStyleDissonance: In the fan remake, the hall in W.I.T. with portraits of wizards uses portraits of characters from different games and the styles contrast heavily. Zara's portrait is from the remake of the first game, Erasmus's is his from the fifth game, and Erana's is from the fourth game.

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* ArtStyleDissonance: In the fan remake, the hall in W.I.T. with portraits of wizards uses portraits dialogue art of characters from different games and the styles contrast heavily. Zara's portrait is from the remake of the first game, Erasmus's is his from the fifth game, and Erana's is from the fourth game.
27th Oct '17 8:42:41 AM starofjusticev21
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* ArtStyleDissonance: In the fan remake, the hall in W.I.T. with portraits of wizards uses portraits of characters from different games and the styles contrast heavily. Zara's portrait is from the remake of the first game, Erasmus's is his from the fifth game, and Erana's is from the fourth game.
19th Oct '17 12:24:15 PM timotaka
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* TheMcCoy: The rightful Emir of Raseir is considered by many to be a very kind-hearted and well-meaning man, but lacking in wisdom.
9th Sep '17 4:46:56 PM nombretomado
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** Some of the Raseir street "names" (they're named after the rules posted there) include "All men are equal" and [[AnimalFarm "Some men are more equal than others."]]

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** Some of the Raseir street "names" (they're named after the rules posted there) include "All men are equal" and [[AnimalFarm [[Literature/AnimalFarm "Some men are more equal than others."]]
9th Aug '17 9:05:05 AM WaterBlap
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* [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything The Dev Team Loves]] [[IncrediblyLamePun Horrible Puns]]: Typing "put down lamp" nets the same result as "use lamp," but a funnier message, in which your character insults the lamp thoroughly. Typing "drop lamp" plays it if as if you're breaking off your relationship with the lamp, with several fire-based puns.
* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: The first game includes some data in the export file that determines whether you got rid of Baba Yaga or not and it also keeps track of the flasks of undead unguent you bought. The FanRemake acknowledges this and at the few points in the game where Baba Yaga is mentioned you'll get different dialogue if your imported hero failed to deal with her. Likewise, your undead unguent will carry over and you can use it to make yourself temporarily immune to the ghouls' physical attacks. You can even offer the apothecary a sample because he's working on a similar oil, though it'll be declined since the oil is made from ingredients that aren't found in Shapeir.
** Not quite, since in the original game it was possible to [[UnwinnableByInsanity miss the caravan]], [[InSpiteOfANail yet]] end up with [[ItsAWonderfulFailure Iblis destroying the world]].

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* [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything The Dev Team Loves]] [[IncrediblyLamePun Horrible Puns]]: DevelopersForesight: Typing "put down lamp" nets the same result as "use lamp," but a funnier message, in which your character insults the lamp thoroughly. Typing "drop lamp" plays it if as if you're breaking off your relationship with the lamp, with several fire-based puns.
* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: The first game includes some data in the export file that determines whether you got rid of Baba Yaga or not and it also keeps track of the flasks of undead unguent you bought. The FanRemake acknowledges this and at the few points in the game where Baba Yaga is mentioned you'll get different dialogue if your imported hero failed to deal with her. Likewise, your undead unguent will carry over and you can use it to make yourself temporarily immune to the ghouls' physical attacks. You can even offer the apothecary a sample because he's working on a similar oil, though it'll be declined since the oil is made from ingredients that aren't found in Shapeir.
** Not quite, since in the original game it was possible to [[UnwinnableByInsanity miss the caravan]], [[InSpiteOfANail yet]] end up with [[ItsAWonderfulFailure Iblis destroying the world]].
puns.
28th Jul '17 7:56:15 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ArabianNightsDays
23rd Jun '17 9:56:51 PM Anorgil
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* RemixedLevel: In-universe, Raseir is this to Shapeir, as its twin sister city. The Hero gets to experience it as a very jarring dark mirror to Shapeir, complete with dilapidation (that poor fountain!) and despair, and [[TropesAreNotBad the gap between both is very effective]]. Bonus points for it actually re-using exactly the same data in-game, with mainly a tweaked color palette.

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* RemixedLevel: In-universe, Raseir is this to Shapeir, as its twin sister city. The Hero gets to experience it as a very jarring dark mirror to Shapeir, complete with dilapidation (that poor fountain!) and despair, and [[TropesAreNotBad the gap between both is very effective]]. Bonus points for it actually re-using exactly the same data in-game, with mainly a tweaked color palette.palette and rewritten street signs (laws).
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