History YMMV / Dragonfable

21st Aug '16 7:54:13 PM Snowy66
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** Roirr, who is a good candidate for more horrifying villain in the game. Every quest has him doing something inhumane and downright disturbing.

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** Roirr, who is a good candidate for more most horrifying villain in the game. Every quest has him doing something inhumane and downright disturbing.



** Tomix is one of, if not the most, popular NPC. His class as [=SoulWeaver=] is one of the most unique creations of the game. For a time he was the [[{{Badass}} most powerful]] party member that could be invited. He also has an extremely intriguing DarkAndTroubledPast entwined with the seven corrupt sins and PandorasBox. [[spoiler:Many players were extremely saddened that he was KilledOffForReal]].

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** Tomix is one of, if not the most, popular NPC. His class as a [=SoulWeaver=] is one of the most unique creations of the game. For a time he was the [[{{Badass}} most powerful]] party member that could be invited. He also has an extremely intriguing DarkAndTroubledPast entwined with the seven corrupt sins and PandorasBox. [[spoiler:Many players were extremely saddened that he was KilledOffForReal]].



** Basilisks are able to repeatedly stun you. They can then greatly wear down your health while you're incapacitated and unable to retaliate.

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** Basilisks are able to repeatedly stun you. They can then greatly wear down your health while you're incapacitated and you're unable to retaliate.
21st Aug '16 2:59:03 PM Valen
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** A more obvious example is [[spoiler:the Stranger being Sepulchure's Master with having links to the Doom Weapons and being so ObviouslyEvil that any GenreSavy player can see this a mile away]].

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** A more obvious example is [[spoiler:the Stranger being Sepulchure's Master with having links to the Doom Weapons and being so ObviouslyEvil that any GenreSavy GenreSavvy player can see this a mile away]].
21st Aug '16 2:58:05 PM Valen
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** A more obvious example is [[spoiler:the Stranger being Sepulchure's Master with having links to the Doom Weapons and being so ObviouslyEvil that any GenraSavy player can see this a mile away]].

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** A more obvious example is [[spoiler:the Stranger being Sepulchure's Master with having links to the Doom Weapons and being so ObviouslyEvil that any GenraSavy GenreSavy player can see this a mile away]].
21st Aug '16 2:54:08 PM Valen
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* WhamMoment: It doesn't really hit you that [[spoiler:a lot of time has passed between Books 2 and 3 while you were frozen until you see Ash Dragonblade, a kid training to be a knight, all grown up with a beard and a legendary sword of his own]].

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* WhamMoment: WhamEpisode: It doesn't really hit you that [[spoiler:a lot of time has passed between Books 2 and 3 while you were frozen until you see Ash Dragonblade, a kid training to be a knight, all grown up with a beard and a legendary sword of his own]].
21st Aug '16 2:52:42 PM Valen
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* DemonicSpiders: ''Everyone'' in the Swordhaven tournament arc so far. Sir Ruppenwaffles can stun you and cut your damage in half any time he damn well pleases, Phoenix Edgeworth takes off a tenth of your health every turn, and both buff their dodge rate to a fairly high rate every turn.



* HoYay: Valencia seems to have a crush on The Hero no matter what The Hero's gender is.

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* HoYay: Valencia seems to have a crush on The Hero [[BiTheWay no matter what The Hero's gender is.]]


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* ThatOneBoss: ''Everyone'' in the Swordhaven tournament arc so far. Sir Ruppenwaffles can stun you and cut your damage in half any time he damn well pleases, Phoenix Edgeworth takes off a tenth of your health every turn, and both buff their dodge rate to a fairly high rate every turn.
21st Aug '16 2:50:43 PM Valen
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* DemonicSpiders: ''Everyone'' in the Swordhaven tournament arc so far. Sir Ruppenwaffles can stun you and cut your damage in half any time he damn well pleases, Phoenix Edgeworth takes off a tenth of your health every turn, and both buff their dodge rate to a fairly high rate every turn.


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* WhamMoment: It doesn't really hit you that [[spoiler:a lot of time has passed between Books 2 and 3 while you were frozen until you see Ash Dragonblade, a kid training to be a knight, all grown up with a beard and a legendary sword of his own]].
16th Jul '16 9:27:53 PM Snowy66
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* GoddamnedBats: Minx Fairies can fully heal themselves at the cost of 1 mana. Considering that they scale with your level, you'll eventually be fighting ones with over 200 mana. You are going to be very frustrated very quickly if you don't have a way to stun them, drain their magic, or if those abilities are on cooldown. Additionally, they are strong to light, which is the exact opposite of almost every enemy in the game, and makes one of the two most powerful weapons useless.

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* GoddamnedBats: GoddamnedBats:
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Minx Fairies can fully heal themselves at the cost of 1 mana. Considering that they scale with your level, you'll eventually be fighting ones with over 200 mana. You are going to be very frustrated very quickly if you don't have a way to stun them, drain their magic, or if those abilities are on cooldown. Additionally, they are strong to light, which is the exact opposite of almost every enemy in the game, and makes one of the two most powerful weapons useless.useless.
** Basilisks are able to repeatedly stun you. They can then greatly wear down your health while you're incapacitated and unable to retaliate.
29th Jun '16 3:16:25 PM OrigamiTovaychy
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** A more obvious example is [[spoiler:the Stranger being Sepulchure's Master with having links to the Doom Weapons and being so ObviouslyEvil that any GenraSavy player can see this a mile away]].
22nd Jun '16 7:41:47 PM Snowy66
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* CreepyAwesome:
** Kathool Atchoo, and his unsettling but awesome MindRape hallucinations.
** Roirr, who is a good candidate for more horrifying villain in the game. Every quest has him doing something inhumane and downright disturbing.
22nd Jun '16 5:03:32 AM Snowy66
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* GoodBadBugs: There's a slight glitch in the Earth Orb saga where you [[spoiler: play as En (minus Tropy)]]. This can help you fight enemies, but if you save it as your default armour, kiss your account goodbye.
** A few others:
*** Go to the travel map in Books 1&2; select where you want to go, anywhere will do, and then click on the screen so you're walking, timing it so that you're still walking when you click the Let's Go! button. Your character will sit down at the end of the ledge and fly away gracefully in midair a few yards below the travel griffon! This became an AscendedGlitch almost immediately; it was intentionally left in after the staff were alerted to it because it didn't break anything and was deemed too funny to fix, although it's averted for Book 3, which has a different map interface.
*** Occasionally, new armors in their testing phases will have a buggy cape slot that makes any capes or wings visibly worn with them look very noticeably larger than they're supposed to. The staff have to fix the problem before the official version is cleared for release, but they'll usually let the players have fun running around with gigantic wings for a while during testing first.
*** The game sometimes freezes in the middle of a turn during a battle. Used to be the only way around it was by refreshing the page, but the staff fixed the problem with an Un-Stick button that pops up on the screen after several seconds. The only problem with the fix? If it happens during an enemy's turn, there's a very good chance their turn will end up getting skipped, and you get an extra turn. Thus, a minor annoyance turns into a tactical windfall.

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* GoodBadBugs: GoodBadBugs:
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There's a slight glitch in the Earth Orb saga where you [[spoiler: play as En (minus Tropy)]]. This can help you fight enemies, but if you save it as your default armour, armor, kiss your account goodbye.
** A few others:
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Go to the travel map in Books 1&2; select where you want to go, anywhere will do, and then click on the screen so you're walking, timing it so that you're still walking when you click the Let's Go! button. Your character will sit down at the end of the ledge and fly away gracefully in midair a few yards below the travel griffon! This became an AscendedGlitch almost immediately; it was intentionally left in after the staff were alerted to it because it didn't break anything and was deemed too funny to fix, although it's averted for Book 3, which has a different map interface.
*** ** Occasionally, new armors in their testing phases will have a buggy cape slot that makes any capes or wings visibly worn with them look very noticeably larger than they're supposed to. The staff have to fix the problem before the official version is cleared for release, but they'll usually let the players have fun running around with gigantic wings for a while during testing first.
*** ** The game sometimes freezes in the middle of a turn during a battle. Used to be the only way around it was by refreshing the page, but the staff fixed the problem with an Un-Stick button that pops up on the screen after several seconds. The only problem with the fix? If it happens during an enemy's turn, there's a very good chance their turn will end up getting skipped, and you get an extra turn. Thus, a minor annoyance turns into a tactical windfall. windfall.
** After completing "Falconreach Idle", for some reason the player character will get reversed around. Until logging out or doing the quest again, your player will keep running backwards, which is absolutely hilarious. In addition, if riding the griffin in Book 1, the player character also gets ''flipped upside down''.
** There was originally a glitch regarding two of the Mogloween quests. In the 2012 quest "Croftward Bound" you could play as [[AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent [=DeathArrows=]]] in [[BalefulPolymorph cat form]], which is a pretty broken armor considering it can do up to 4 consecutive critical hits, without any mana cost. In addition the default weapon, "Claws" can do 20-95 darkness damage. Of course the armor is supposed to be temporary, but if you then go to the 2013 Mogloween quest "Forest Hunt", with the free-running minigame, upon completion of the quest the player's armor will get restored to the [=DeathArrows=] Cat, allowing you to continue using the OP armor until you logout. Unfortunately, the glitch eventually got fixed.
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