History YMMV / FragileDreamsFarewellRuinsOfTheMoon

27th Feb '17 8:31:21 PM Scabbard
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** It's more likely a really affectionate bromance, considering Crow thinks all friends [[spoiler:kiss each other]] and doesn't seem to realize he did anything weird.
26th Feb '17 5:19:56 PM arrgh
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** Throughout the game, Seto is fixed on finding the silver-haired girl, because he's terribly lonely and is sick of having no one to share his experiences with. However... the game starts with him burying a companion, and he's only alone for a brief time before he sees the girl. After that, he's never alone again, since he has a succession of friends in [[spoiler: PF, Crow and Sai. True, they eventually leave him]] but he never ends up alone. This makes his obsession with the girl and his insistence that he's all alone {{Narm very jarring}} {{Wangst and whiny}}.

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** Throughout the game, Seto is fixed on finding the silver-haired girl, because he's terribly lonely and is sick of having no one to share his experiences with. However... the game starts with him burying a companion, and he's only alone for a brief time before he sees the girl. After that, he's never alone again, since he has a succession of friends in [[spoiler: PF, Crow and Sai. True, they eventually leave him]] but he never ends up alone. This makes his His obsession with the girl and his insistence that he's all alone {{Narm very jarring}} {{Wangst can end up feeling like a load of {{Narm}} and whiny}}.{{Wangst}}.
26th Feb '17 5:18:00 PM arrgh
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** Throughout the game, Seto is fixed on finding the silver-haired girl, because he's terribly lonely and is sick of having no one to share his experiences with. However... the game starts with him burying a companion, and he's only alone for a brief time before he sees the girl. After that, he's never alone again, since he has a succession of friends in [[spoiler: PF, Crow and Sai. True, they eventually leave him]] but he never ends up alone. This makes his obsession with the girl and his insistence that he's all alone very jarring.

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** Throughout the game, Seto is fixed on finding the silver-haired girl, because he's terribly lonely and is sick of having no one to share his experiences with. However... the game starts with him burying a companion, and he's only alone for a brief time before he sees the girl. After that, he's never alone again, since he has a succession of friends in [[spoiler: PF, Crow and Sai. True, they eventually leave him]] but he never ends up alone. This makes his obsession with the girl and his insistence that he's all alone {{Narm very jarring.jarring}} {{Wangst and whiny}}.
14th Jan '17 3:10:17 PM N8han11
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** WHY THE HELL CAN WE NOT REPLACE [[spoiler:PF and Crow's]] BATTERIES?
*** Considering [[spoiler:they're machines, they probably don't run on simple dry cells. Seto probably doesn't have the time or knowledge to search for specific batteries. Besides, batteries have a shelf life and they may have long run out]]. Unfortunately, that brings up another piece of FridgeLogic: why doesn't Seto need batteries for his flashlight? Where would he even find them?
*** Energizers. They keep going and going...
*** Seto has never been outside the observatory where the old man raised him, so he probably doesn't understand [[spoiler:what a robot is, and that they would be fine if their batteries were replaced]]. He did ask PF what he should do, and it never answered him as if it were impossible.

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** WHY THE HELL CAN WE NOT REPLACE Why can't we replace [[spoiler:PF and Crow's]] BATTERIES?
*** Considering [[spoiler:they're machines, they probably don't run on simple dry cells. Seto probably doesn't have the time or knowledge to search for specific batteries. Besides, batteries have a shelf life and they may have long run out]]. Unfortunately, that brings up another piece of FridgeLogic: why doesn't Seto need batteries for his flashlight? Where would he even find them?
*** Energizers. They keep going and going...
*** Seto has never been outside the observatory where the old man raised him, so he probably doesn't understand [[spoiler:what a robot is, and that they would be fine if their batteries were replaced]]. He did ask PF what he should do, and it never answered him as if it were impossible.
batteries?
2nd Dec '16 1:14:48 PM YourBrainOnTaint
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** Throughout the game, Seto is fixed on finding the silver-haired girl, because he's terribly lonely and is sick of having no one to share his experiences with. However... the game starts with him burying a companion, and he's only alone for a brief time before he sees the girl. After that, he's never alone again, since he has a succession of friends in [[spoiler: PF, Crow and Sai. True, they eventually leave him]] but he never ends up alone. This makes his obsession with the girl and his insistence that he's all alone very jarring.
11th Apr '16 12:22:12 PM Serasia
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** One could be quite curious as to just what book Crow was reading.
9th Dec '14 6:02:57 PM SingElise
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* TearJerker: You may not cry, but you will feel the urge to; Seto keeps loosing almost everyone he meets during the game, leading to many, ''many'', scenes like [[spoiler: Crow and PF's death, Sai and Shin's ascension...]]

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* TearJerker: You may not cry, but you will feel the urge to; Seto keeps loosing losing almost everyone he meets during the game, leading to many, ''many'', scenes like [[spoiler: Crow and PF's death, Sai and Shin's ascension...]]
17th May '14 7:03:56 PM AnoBakaDesu
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Arguably the entire soundtrack, but particular standouts include [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BeJ3ZXZN9M "A Dedication to...Everyone"]], the main {{Leitmotif}} of the game and the two vocal themes by Aoi Teshima.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Arguably the entire soundtrack, but particular standouts include [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BeJ3ZXZN9M "A Dedication to...Everyone"]], the main {{Leitmotif}} of the game and the two vocal themes by Aoi Teshima.



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5th Dec '13 1:01:29 PM lalalei2001
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* NightmareFuel: Many enemies and places qualify, but the hands coming out of the mirrors in the subway restroom at the beginning of the game seem to be first scare factor for a lot of players. Other significant ones includes ghosts of children who only have legs and is just a wisp from the waist up, complete with creepy giggling.
** Well, some people consider it SurvivalHorror [[DefangedHorrors for kids]].
** Seto enters a trashed room filled with boxes and other post-apocalyptic junk towards the end of the game. For those using one of the regular flashlights, there is nothing remotely disconcerting about this room. However, if you were using the flashlight that allows you to see hidden messages written on the walls, you will suddenly enter a room where literally every surface has "I don't want to die! I don't want to die! I don't want to die!" scribbled over it in an increasingly desperate hand. If you scare easily, do yourself a favor and don't enter the room with that flashlight.
11th Oct '13 7:21:27 AM advent_child
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome - Arguably the entire soundtrack, but standouts include [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BeJ3ZXZN9M "A Dedication to...Everyone"]], the main {{Leitmotif}} of the game and the two vocal themes by Aoi Teshima.
** "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UuAp6LUKaY Something Called Trust]]" and "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uj7bZ1CoNz8 Letter]]" feature that lethal mix of being incredibly beautiful and profound {{tearjerker}}s.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome - CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Arguably the entire soundtrack, but particular standouts include [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BeJ3ZXZN9M "A Dedication to...Everyone"]], the main {{Leitmotif}} of the game and the two vocal themes by Aoi Teshima.
** "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UuAp6LUKaY Something Called Trust]]" and "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uj7bZ1CoNz8 Letter]]" feature that lethal mix of being incredibly beautiful and profound {{tearjerker}}s.{{Tearjerker}}s.



** Among other standout tracks includes [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWeXfiU-rrY the final boss theme]], a haunting, sober theme that gets bonus points for being an awesome example of SoundtrackDissonance. The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhE8u8c28SA other]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzWS2Dgnmv8 two]] boss themes may also qualify.
* EpilepticTrees - It's never explained how Seto and Ren are [[spoiler:immune to the effects of the Class Cage]]. Also, who was the voice speaking at the end before [[spoiler:Shin and Sai faded away]]? And what exactly is that [[RecurringBoss recurring mask creature]]?

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** Among other standout tracks includes include the FinalBoss [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWeXfiU-rrY the final boss theme]], a haunting, sober theme tune that gets bonus points for being an awesome example of SoundtrackDissonance. The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhE8u8c28SA other]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzWS2Dgnmv8 two]] boss themes may also qualify.
* EpilepticTrees - EpilepticTrees: It's never explained how Seto and Ren are [[spoiler:immune to the effects of the Class Cage]]. Also, who was the voice speaking at the end before [[spoiler:Shin and Sai faded away]]? And what exactly is that [[RecurringBoss recurring mask creature]]?



* FridgeBrilliance - You know how cats are a big thing in the game? Well, cats are known to be rather empathetic, if you earn their trust. They can understand your feelings without having you talk to them: they just know. [[spoiler:It reflects the Glass Cage's purpose: to understand others without words]]!
* FridgeLogic - How is it remotely possible to transition from nighttime in the amusement park to mid-day instantly when heading to the hotel?

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* FridgeBrilliance - FridgeBrilliance: You know how cats are a big thing in the game? Well, cats are known to be rather empathetic, if you earn their trust. They can understand your feelings without having you talk to them: them - they just know. [[spoiler:It reflects the Glass Cage's purpose: to understand others without words]]!
* FridgeLogic - FridgeLogic: How is it remotely possible to transition from nighttime in the amusement park to mid-day instantly when heading to the hotel?



* GoddamnedBats - Not actual bats, but crows and ''ghost owls''. Some non-avian enemies also qualify. May double as DemonicSpiders, depending on the player.
* HoYay - Seto and Crow... with a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9D_V9mxlxk&playnext_from=TL&videos=xv5PYLNNIs0 kiss]], no less!
** Following [[spoiler: [[RoboticReveal the reveal]]]], this might as well head into [[spoiler:RoboShip]].
** It's more likely a really affectionate bromance, considering Crow thinks all friends kiss each other and doesn't seem to realize he did anything weird.
* NightmareFuel - Many enemies and places qualify, but the hands coming out of the mirrors in the subway restroom at the beginning of the game seem to be first scare factor for a lot of players. Other significant ones includes ghosts of children who only have legs and is just a wisp from the waist up, complete with creepy giggling.

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* GoddamnedBats - GoddamnedBats: Not actual bats, but crows and ''ghost owls''. Some owls''; some non-avian enemies also qualify. May double as DemonicSpiders, depending on the player.
* HoYay - HoYay: Seto and Crow... with Crow...[[spoiler:with a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9D_V9mxlxk&playnext_from=TL&videos=xv5PYLNNIs0 kiss]], no less!
less]]!
** Following [[spoiler: [[RoboticReveal [[spoiler:[[RoboticReveal the reveal]]]], this might as well head into [[spoiler:RoboShip]].
** It's more likely a really affectionate bromance, considering Crow thinks all friends kiss [[spoiler:kiss each other other]] and doesn't seem to realize he did anything weird.
* NightmareFuel - NightmareFuel: Many enemies and places qualify, but the hands coming out of the mirrors in the subway restroom at the beginning of the game seem to be first scare factor for a lot of players. Other significant ones includes ghosts of children who only have legs and is just a wisp from the waist up, complete with creepy giggling.



** Seto enters a trashed room filled with boxes and other post-apocalyptic junk towards the end of the game. For those using one of the regular flashlights, there is nothing remotely disconcerting about this room. However, if you were using the flashlight that allows you to see hidden messages written on the wall, you will suddenly enter a room where literally every surface has "I don't want to die! I don't want to die! I don't want to die!" scribbled over it in an increasingly desperate hand. If you scare easily, do yourself a favor and don't enter the room with that flashlight.

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** Seto enters a trashed room filled with boxes and other post-apocalyptic junk towards the end of the game. For those using one of the regular flashlights, there is nothing remotely disconcerting about this room. However, if you were using the flashlight that allows you to see hidden messages written on the wall, walls, you will suddenly enter a room where literally every surface has "I don't want to die! I don't want to die! I don't want to die!" scribbled over it in an increasingly desperate hand. If you scare easily, do yourself a favor and don't enter the room with that flashlight.



* ScrappyMechanic - All weapons will eventually break; the fact that a RandomNumberGod controls it makes it such an annoyance, because a newly-purchased weapon just might be rendered useless following an enemy encounter. The inventory system may also get some flak: it's similar to the grid-based inventory of VideoGame/ResidentEvil4. You can arrange and rotate items as you wish, but it never feels like you have enough room, especially if you're packing backup weapons in case your primary breaks.
** However various weapons are described as possibly breaking or rather sturdy.
* TearJerker - You may not cry, but you will feel the urge to; Seto keeps loosing almost everyone he meets during the game, leading to many, ''many'', scenes like [[spoiler: Crow and PF's death, Sai and Shin's ascension...]]

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* ScrappyMechanic - ScrappyMechanic: All weapons will eventually break; the fact that a RandomNumberGod controls it makes it such an annoyance, because a newly-purchased weapon just might be rendered useless following an enemy encounter. The inventory system may also get some flak: it's similar to the grid-based inventory of VideoGame/ResidentEvil4.''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4''. You can arrange and rotate items as you wish, but it never feels like you have enough room, especially if you're packing backup weapons in case your primary breaks.
** However [[GameplayAndStoryIntegration However, various weapons are described as possibly breaking or rather sturdy.
sturdy]].
* TearJerker - TearJerker: You may not cry, but you will feel the urge to; Seto keeps loosing almost everyone he meets during the game, leading to many, ''many'', scenes like [[spoiler: Crow and PF's death, Sai and Shin's ascension...]]



* {{Woobie}} - Possibly everyone in the game, even [[spoiler: the MadScientist Shin]].

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* {{Woobie}} - {{Woobie}}: Possibly everyone in the game, even [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the MadScientist Shin]].
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