History Videogame / QuestForGloryII

23rd Mar '18 3:23:51 PM Nevermore2002
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* NoOSHACompliance: Ad Avis probably wouldn't had [[DisneyVillainDeath fallen to his doom]] if his tower had closed windows instead of wide openings.

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* NoOSHACompliance: Ad Avis probably wouldn't had [[DisneyVillainDeath fallen to his doom]] if his tower had closed windows instead of wide openings.opening spaces.
23rd Mar '18 3:23:30 PM Nevermore2002
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* NoOSHACompliance: Ad Avis would probably wouldn't had [[DisneyVillainDeath fallen to his doom]] if his tower had closed windows instead of wide openings.

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* NoOSHACompliance: Ad Avis would probably wouldn't had [[DisneyVillainDeath fallen to his doom]] if his tower had closed windows instead of wide openings.
23rd Mar '18 3:22:33 PM Nevermore2002
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* NoOSHACompliance: Ad Avis would probably wouldn't had [[DisneyVillainDeath fallen to his doom]] if his tower had closed windows instead of wide openings.
18th Mar '18 3:51:40 PM Nevermore2002
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* TheGhost: The Emir's brother who rule Raseir, Ali al-Din. He is mentioned many times and the player even get to meet him off-screen, but he is never seen.
11th Mar '18 11:30:24 PM Shahanshah
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** Shapeir's sultan, Haroun ar-Rashid and his vizier Ja'afar are both historical figures from the real world who are famous in folklore, as is Suleiman bin Daoud: see PublicDomainCharacter, above.

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** Shapeir's sultan, Haroun ar-Rashid and his vizier ar-Rashid, Ja'afar and Suleiman bin Daoud who turn up in the game proper or its backstory are both all historical figures from the real world who are famous in folklore, as is Suleiman bin Daoud: folklore: see PublicDomainCharacter, above.below.



* PublicDomainCharacter: Haroun Ar-Rashid, the sultan of Shapeir, was the real-world caliph of Baghdad who is remembered in folklore such as the Arabian Nights as being a wise and just ruler [[spoiler: and one who would [[KingIncognito frequently disguise himself to travel among his people]]]] Suleiman bin Daoud, a mighty magician-king in the backstory of the game, is the Arabian name of King Solomon from the Bible, who was also known in folklore for being a powerful sorcerer adept at capturing and binding spirits.

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* PublicDomainCharacter: Haroun Ar-Rashid, the sultan of Shapeir, was the real-world caliph of Baghdad who is remembered in folklore such as the Arabian Nights as being a wise and just ruler [[spoiler: and one who would [[KingIncognito frequently disguise himself to travel among his people]]]] people]]]]. Suleiman bin Daoud, a mighty magician-king in the backstory of the game, is the Arabian name of King Solomon from the Bible, who was also known in folklore for being a powerful sorcerer adept at capturing and binding spirits.
11th Mar '18 11:27:16 PM Shahanshah
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* PublicDomainCharacter: Haroun Ar-Rashid, the sultan of Shapeir, was the real-world caliph of Baghdad who is remembered in folklore such as the Arabian Nights as being a wise and just ruler [[spoiler: and one who would [[KingIncognito: frequently disguise himself to travel among his people]]]] Suleiman bin Daoud, a mighty magician-king in the backstory of the game, is the Arabian name of King Solomon from the Bible, who was also known in folklore for being a powerful sorcerer adept at capturing and binding spirits.

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* PublicDomainCharacter: Haroun Ar-Rashid, the sultan of Shapeir, was the real-world caliph of Baghdad who is remembered in folklore such as the Arabian Nights as being a wise and just ruler [[spoiler: and one who would [[KingIncognito: [[KingIncognito frequently disguise himself to travel among his people]]]] Suleiman bin Daoud, a mighty magician-king in the backstory of the game, is the Arabian name of King Solomon from the Bible, who was also known in folklore for being a powerful sorcerer adept at capturing and binding spirits.
11th Mar '18 11:24:39 PM Shahanshah
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* PublicDomainCharacter: Haroun Ar-Rashid, the sultan of Shapeir, was the real-world caliph of Baghdad who is remembered in folklore such as the Arabian Nights as being a wise and just ruler [[spoiler: and one who would [[KingIncognito: frequently disguise himself to travel among his people]]]] Suleiman bin Daoud, a mighty magician-king in the backstory of the game, is the Arabian name of King Solomon from the Bible, who was also known in folklore for being a powerful sorcerer adept at capturing and binding spirits.
11th Mar '18 11:18:13 PM Shahanshah
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** Shapeir's sultan, Haroun ar-Rashid and his vizier Ja'afar are both historical figures from the real world who are famous in folklore, as is Suleiman bin Daoud: see PublicDomainCharacter, above.
13th Jan '18 7:39:29 PM nombretomado
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** The "Silly Clowns" encounter is Harpo Marx. King Arthur from Sierra's ''Conquests of Camelot'' game can sometimes be seen as a mirage in the desert. The AGD remake adds a few more, like one of the Sharkies from AGD's remake of ''KingsQuestII'' and the original VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia.

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** The "Silly Clowns" encounter is Harpo Marx. King Arthur from Sierra's ''Conquests of Camelot'' game can sometimes be seen as a mirage in the desert. The AGD remake adds a few more, like one of the Sharkies from AGD's remake of ''KingsQuestII'' ''[[VideoGame/KingsQuestIIRomancingTheThrone King's Quest II]]'' and the original VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia.
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.
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