History YMMV / DungeonFighterOnline

2nd Feb '16 9:57:14 AM Jgamer
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** Gold King Widir, the boss of Gold Tunnel (and Gold King's Secret Cave). He moves insanely fast and has multiple ranged attacks that force the player to run around to avoid them, leaving very little opportunity to attack. And then when you take off enough HP, he [[TurnsRed removes his armor]] and gains a very long multi-hit melee combo that shreds through HP bars very quickly (it leaves him immobile after it finishes, but good luck dodging it).
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** Gold King Widir, the boss of Gold Tunnel (and Gold King's Secret Cave). He moves insanely fast and has multiple ranged attacks that force the player to run around to avoid them, leaving very little opportunity to attack. And then when you take off enough HP, he [[TurnsRed removes his armor]] and gains a very long multi-hit melee combo that shreds through HP bars very quickly (it leaves him immobile after it finishes, but good luck dodging it).it) and new even more annoying ranged attacks.
1st Feb '16 10:56:20 AM AnotherGamer
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** Ice Dingles (found in the 2nd dungeon) deserve special note as they fire homing ice balls that persist a while, have a sizable hitbox and does a nasty chunk of damage. Many early deaths are cased by them, enough to to the point of Season 2 tweaking them to be less obnoxious.
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** Ice Dingles (found in the 2nd dungeon) second dungeon in the game) deserve special note as they fire homing ice balls that persist a while, have a sizable hitbox and does do a nasty chunk of damage. Many early deaths are cased by them, enough to to the point of Season 2 tweaking them to be less obnoxious.obnoxious by removing the homing feature and making them disappear much quicker.
1st Feb '16 3:15:07 AM ReiKusanagi
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** S2 turns certain questline finales into this as final battles against Lotus and the Death dragons you'll have 2-4 of the legendary blade masters as allies, lending weight and epicness to the battles. Only downside is that your ranking'll suffer.

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** Side story versions of other ancient dungeons serve as this as their difficulty never exceeds a certain point.

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** Ice Dingles (found in the 2nd dungeon) deserve special note as they fire homing ice balls that persist a while, have a sizable hitbox and does a nasty chunk of damage. Many early deaths are cased by them, enough to to the point of Season 2 tweaking them to be less obnoxious.
28th Jan '16 12:04:06 PM Jgamer
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** Vilmark -- Area 50. While largely the same as its predecessor, it's been vastly toned down in difficulty to match its much lower access level, allowing many same-level characters to simply brute-force it instead of sticking to the strategy required for the original, which very well qualified for ThatOneLevel. Nowadays, it serves as a buffer between the Death Dragon mini-arc and the Emperyan arc and fills out a few remaining plot details.
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** Vilmark -- Area 50. While largely the same as its predecessor, it's been vastly toned down in difficulty to match its much lower access level, allowing many same-level characters to simply brute-force it instead of sticking to the strategy required for the original, which very well qualified for ThatOneLevel. Nowadays, it serves as a buffer between the Death Dragon mini-arc and the Emperyan arc and fills out a few remaining plot details. However, the real version, and the Requiem mode version are level cap dungeons and very much pose a challenge to end-game players (especially the Requiem mode version).
26th Jan '16 2:35:01 AM SonicGamer07
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* TearJerker: The Season 2 update added a Scenario Dungeon involving rescuing Lorainne and her Denkas from Sky Tower, a CallBack to an identical quest pre-Metastasis. This can be rather disheartening if you saw [[spoiler:the EasterEgg in Chessboard of Despair that highly implies that she died.]]
25th Jan '16 6:21:03 AM SonicGamer07
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** The [=NeoPremium=] contract caused a major backlash when it was initially announced due to its extraorbitant price: while most other MMO games have a monthly subscription fee of around 10-20 dollars per month, the Plus version was initially priced at a massive 42 dollars a month. The logic behind the price was that it was mainly aimed for players who wanted to do as many Otherverse runs as possible per day, and from that point of view, the contract was a noticeably better deal than buying an equal amount of Otherverse resets: however, most people don't want to spend that much time running Otherverse, the price of resets can easily be thought to be artificially inflated and there's no option to buy the contract and opt out of the daily items including the Otherverse resets, which make up for most of the price. Thankfully, the price of the contract was quickly dropped to a more competitive and sensible 15 dollars per month for the basic version and 30 dollars for the Plus version, the amount of extra FP for both contracts was increased and one-time 3- and 7-day trial versions of the Plus contract were made buyable with ingame gold. * BreatherLevel: The Iced Wall of Resignation dungeons are much easier than most of the other post-Metastasis dungeons. The main gimmick of the dungeons is that they're based on the pre-Metastasis dungeon areas with occasional out of place enemies thrown in (ex. Dark Elves in the middle of the Grand Flores dungeon, Zombies in the middle of the Mt. Thunderime dungeon, etc.). However, all the pre-Metastasis enemies are much less dangerous than the post-Metastasis enemies. ** Lampshaded by the game -- a mid-to-late quest in the area involves you discouraging other Dungeon Fighters from getting involved. How do you do this? Gather a bunch of Madness Bandit badges in order to convince them there's nothing more interesting in there than some wimpy enemies that aren't worth their time.
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** The [=NeoPremium=] contract caused a major backlash when it was initially announced due to its extraorbitant exorbitant price: while most other MMO games have a monthly subscription fee of around 10-20 dollars per month, the Plus version was initially priced at a massive 42 dollars a month. The logic behind the price was that it was mainly aimed for players who wanted to do as many Otherverse runs as possible per day, and from that point of view, the contract was a noticeably better deal than buying an equal amount of Otherverse resets: however, most people don't want to spend that much time running Otherverse, the price of resets can easily be thought to be artificially inflated and there's no option to buy the contract and opt out of the daily items including the Otherverse resets, which make up for most of the price. Thankfully, the price of the contract was quickly dropped to a more competitive and sensible 15 dollars per month for the basic version and 30 dollars for the Plus version, the amount of extra FP for both contracts was increased and one-time 3- and 7-day trial versions of the Plus contract were made buyable with ingame gold. * BreatherLevel: BreatherLevel: ** The Iced Wall of Resignation dungeons are much easier than most of the other post-Metastasis dungeons. The main gimmick of the dungeons is that they're based on the pre-Metastasis dungeon areas with occasional out of place enemies thrown in (ex. Dark Elves in the middle of the Grand Flores dungeon, Zombies in the middle of the Mt. Thunderime dungeon, etc.). However, all the pre-Metastasis enemies are much less dangerous than the post-Metastasis enemies. ** enemies. Lampshaded by the game -- a mid-to-late quest in the area involves you discouraging other Dungeon Fighters from getting involved. How do you do this? Gather a bunch of Madness Bandit badges in order to convince them there's nothing more interesting in there than some wimpy enemies that aren't worth their time.time. ** Vilmark -- Area 50. While largely the same as its predecessor, it's been vastly toned down in difficulty to match its much lower access level, allowing many same-level characters to simply brute-force it instead of sticking to the strategy required for the original, which very well qualified for ThatOneLevel. Nowadays, it serves as a buffer between the Death Dragon mini-arc and the Emperyan arc and fills out a few remaining plot details.
25th Jan '16 1:18:34 AM SonicGamer07
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc3-6SttKh8 This Trailer]] by the DFOG team also qualifies.
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc3-6SttKh8 This Trailer]] The Global counterpart]] for the Kunoichi trailer produced by the DFOG ''DFOG'' team also qualifies.has even ''lower'' production values and even more cheese, and is just as great.
24th Jan '16 4:58:52 PM AnotherGamer
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Works better this way.
** Kiri (equipment enhancer) being portrayed as someone who delights in breaking weapons.
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** Kiri (equipment enhancer) being portrayed as someone [[MemeticTroll who delights in breaking weapons.weapons]].

* MemeticTroll: Kiri
23rd Jan '16 12:58:52 PM MeiwakunaBoku
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* FetishRetardant: The Knight's constant {{Gainaxing}} is often cringeworthy among players and can occasionally be the sole the reason people refuse to play the class.
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* FetishRetardant: The Knight's constant {{Gainaxing}} is often cringeworthy among players and can occasionally even be the sole the reason people refuse to play the class.

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* FetishRetardant: The Knight's constant {{Gainaxing}} is often cringeworthy among players and can occasionally be the sole the reason people refuse to play the class.MemeticTroll: Kiri
22nd Jan '16 8:29:30 AM Jgamer
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** Aldebain from the Fanatics special dungeon. He has nigh-permanent super armor, and once his HP is low enough, he turns invincible and summons 4 bulky mobs. If you can't kill them all in time, then he blows up the entire room, instantly killing you.
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