History Videogame / QuestForGloryIII

19th Jun '16 9:08:11 AM Anorgil
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* PlayerPersonalityQuiz: During the aforementioned DreamSequence, you have to answer three multiple-choice questions. Each question has a straightforward answer, a compassionate answer, a devious (but still heroic) answer, an intelligent answer, and an evil/joke answer (in that order). You will be judged either according to which type of answer you chose most often or, if you selected three different types of answers, according to the personality that you didn't choose.

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* PlayerPersonalityQuiz: During the aforementioned DreamSequence, you have to answer three multiple-choice questions. Each question has a straightforward answer, a compassionate answer, a devious (but still heroic) answer, an intelligent answer, and an evil/joke answer (in that order). You will be judged either according by three separate criteria:
** Whether you choose an evil/joke answer: If you do, you are automatically judged unworthy.
** Whether or not at least one of the icons you selected matches your class,
to which determine whether your skills are in harmony with your nature or not: The sword or fist for the Fighter, the heart for the Paladin, the pentacle or infinity sign for the Wizard, or the key for the Thief.
** Which answers you choose: if you choose the same
type of answer you chose most often or, (straightforward, compassionate, devious, or intelligent) at least twice, you'll be judged according to it; if you selected choose three different types of answers, you will instead be judged according to the personality type that you didn't choose.
19th Jun '16 8:56:33 AM Anorgil
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* CharacterFocus: The Fighter class gets the most focus in this game, thanks to the Simbani Rite of Manhood. Wizards get to make a magic staff, while Thieves get it worst since there's no Guild and only two houses to rob ([[spoiler:the Simbani Laibon's and the Leopardman Chief's]]), both of which are plot-required. Paladins, naturally, get the Fighter's quests plus very tiny extra bits here and there.

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* CharacterFocus: The Fighter class gets the most focus in this game, thanks to the Simbani Rite of Manhood. Wizards get to make a magic staff, staff and fight a WizardDuel with the Leopardmen's Shaman, while Thieves get it worst since there's no Guild and only two houses to rob ([[spoiler:the Simbani Laibon's and the Leopardman Chief's]]), both of which are plot-required. Paladins, naturally, get the Fighter's quests plus very tiny extra bits here and there.
9th Jun '16 1:42:45 PM book
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** You can also come across [[LaurelAndHardyStan Laurel and Oliver Hardy]] straight out of Beau Hunks... another fine mess indeed.

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** You can also come across [[LaurelAndHardyStan [[LaurelAndHardy Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy]] straight out of Beau Hunks... another fine mess indeed.
9th Jun '16 1:42:11 PM book
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** You can also come across [[Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy]] straight out of [[Beau Hunks]]... another fine mess indeed.

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** You can also come across [[Stan [[LaurelAndHardyStan Laurel and Oliver Hardy]] straight out of [[Beau Hunks]]...Beau Hunks... another fine mess indeed.
9th Jun '16 1:35:06 PM book
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** You can also come across Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy straight out of Beau Hunks... another fine mess indeed.

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** You can also come across Stan [[Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy Hardy]] straight out of Beau Hunks...[[Beau Hunks]]... another fine mess indeed.
9th Jun '16 1:26:47 PM book
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** You can also come across Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy straight out of Beau Hunks... another fine mess indeed.
22nd May '16 9:43:25 AM Anorgil
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* WitchDoctor: The Leopardmen downplay this trope; they ''are'' a tribe of spellcasters who dwell in DarkestAfrica, and their Shaman seems to be more willing and able to summon demons than other spellcasters, but otherwise they're not much different than magic users of any other culture, and there's no explicit HollywoodVoodoo.
6th May '16 1:13:26 AM darksoul4242
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* LostForever: As a Fighter/Paladin, the leopardman prisoner show up in the cage if your strength stat improved enough. However, if this happen too quickly you'll miss out some game points such as making friends with Yesufu and listening to the Storyteller.

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* LostForever: As a Fighter/Paladin, the leopardman prisoner show up in the cage if your strength stat improved enough. However, if this happen happens too quickly you'll miss out some game points such as making friends with Yesufu and listening to the Storyteller.
16th Apr '16 6:53:37 AM TrollBrutal
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* ShoutOut: The Junk Dealers look very similar to Series/{{Sanford|AndSon}}.

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* ShoutOut: The ShoutOut:
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Junk Dealers look very similar to Series/{{Sanford|AndSon}}.



** The Apothecary's theme sounds [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong suspiciously similar]] to "Go Ask Alice" by Jefferson Airplane.

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** The Apothecary's theme sounds [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong suspiciously similar]] to "Go Ask Alice" "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane.
16th Apr '16 5:43:06 AM TheWanderer
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The savannah is home to 3 different civilizations: the city-state of Tarna, a city built by humans now ruled and dominated by the Liontaurs, (and whose king is Rakeesh's younger brother Rajah) where all other races are effectively 2nd class citizens, their allies the Simbani, a tribe of humans who live on the Savannah and migrate with their herds depending on the season, and the Leopardmen, shapeshifting magic users that dwell in the jungle and are the traditional enemies of the Simbani, who fear and distrust magic.

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The savannah area is home to 3 different civilizations: the city-state of Tarna, a city built by humans now ruled and dominated by the Liontaurs, (and whose king is Rakeesh's younger brother Rajah) where all other races are effectively 2nd class citizens, their allies the Simbani, a tribe of humans who live on the Savannah savannah and migrate with their herds depending on the season, and the Leopardmen, shapeshifting magic users that dwell in the jungle and are the traditional enemies of the Simbani, who fear and distrust magic.
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