History YMMV / Okami

16th Apr '17 5:45:07 PM WaxingName
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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Issun. Some fans think he's a cute companion who avoids the usual pitfalls of [[ExpositionFairy his type of character]] by having a well-defined personality, while other fans think his advice is annoying and obtrusive.
21st Mar '17 12:24:03 PM Eagal
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* TheWoobie: [[spoiler: Waka]], once you learn his backstory.
* WordOfDante: LetsPlay/{{Chuggaaconroy}}'s statement of the meaning of the various forms of Yami has taken hold in the fandom, even though it hasn't been officially corroborated. It's gotten to the point that the moderators of the [[TheWikiRule Okami Wiki]] will instantly ban anyone who tries to add that information to Yami's page, as they're so sick of reverting it.

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* TheWoobie: [[spoiler: Waka]], once you learn his backstory.
* WordOfDante: LetsPlay/{{Chuggaaconroy}}'s statement of the meaning of the various forms of Yami has taken hold in the fandom, even though it hasn't been officially corroborated. It's gotten to the point that the moderators of the [[TheWikiRule Okami Wiki]] will instantly ban anyone who tries to add that information to Yami's page, as they're so sick of reverting it.
backstory.
6th Mar '17 9:08:16 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* StealthPun: Rao is [[spoiler: a fox [[DisguisedInDrag trap.]] ]]


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* StealthPun: Rao is [[spoiler: a fox [[DisguisedInDrag trap.]] ]]
10th Feb '17 6:54:35 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Both the Water Dragon and the Sunken Ship provide this during the Sei-an Arc. There's a particularly cruel instance of this early on in there. [[spoiler:When our heroes find a lot of treasure chests just lying around, Issun comments on it. The GenreSavvy player naturally assumes at least one is a Mimic, and checks using the power slash. The mimics are the ones at the back and sides, by which point you might've already started checking them in the usual fashion]]. The worst part about the ship is the [[spoiler: ghosts of the two previous bosses that come out of nowhere, that nobody else reacts to, and come straight up and make faces at the player. They keep moving even if you go to use your brush to get rid of them, which you can't]].

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** Both the Water Dragon and the Sunken Ship provide this during the Sei-an Arc. There's a particularly cruel instance of this early on in there. [[spoiler:When our heroes find a lot of treasure chests just lying around, Issun comments on it. The GenreSavvy player naturally assumes at least one is a Mimic, and checks using the power slash. The mimics are the ones at the back and sides, by which point you might've already started checking them in the usual fashion]]. The worst part about the ship is the [[spoiler: ghosts of the two previous bosses that come out of nowhere, that nobody else reacts to, and come straight up and make faces at the player. They keep moving even if you go to use your brush to get rid of them, which you can't]].



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10th Dec '16 7:53:04 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Thanks to ''[[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3]]'', she also gets paired up with Rocket Raccoon, much in part due to the latter's flirting.

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** Thanks to ''[[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3]]'', she also gets paired up with [[ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Rocket Raccoon, Raccoon]], much in part due to the latter's flirting.
7th Dec '16 7:40:06 PM DustSnitch
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Oki, for being a BadAss, ''and'' a wolf. Tobi is probably the most popular ''piece of paper'' you'll ever find.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Oki, for being a BadAss, badass, ''and'' a wolf. Tobi is probably the most popular ''piece of paper'' you'll ever find.
15th Nov '16 11:52:38 PM Superfield
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** Drawing an [[KillItWithFire infinity symbol]]. The game flat out refuses to register it nine times out of ten.
** Drawing a [[ShockAndAwe lightning bolt]] is just as hard, as the game seems to want you to curve the edges of the normally sharp-edged symbol, and even then, usually doesn't recognize it.

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** Drawing an [[KillItWithFire infinity symbol]]. The game flat out refuses to register it nine times out of ten.
ten. Then there are the bizarre times where random scribbles will inexplicably result in this command being executed.
** Drawing a [[ShockAndAwe lightning bolt]] can easily trip up players, as they've been trained to draw symbols in a single flowing stroke up to that point. The trick is just as hard, as the game seems to want you to curve the edges pause between drawing sections of the normally sharp-edged symbol, and even then, usually doesn't recognize it. bolt in order to create a sharp edge.
12th Nov '16 9:46:41 AM Silverblade2
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29th Jun '16 9:56:18 AM longWriter
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** Most of the time, the game allows players to speed up the text with the push of a button. However, the developers apparently decided that certain cutscenes are so important that this option is disabled, forcing the player to wait for each line of text to slowly finish. This could be annoying enough on its own, but one of these aforementioned cutscenes is the one that plays whenever the player fails the [[PressXToNotDie Konohana Shuffle]], which the player could end up watching a lot depending on how picky the game feels about registering the greensprout brush strokes. Adding insult to injury, this particular cutscene can never be skipped. This means that, every single time the player fails the Konohana Shuffle, they are required to sit through Mr. Orange lamenting his failure, deciding not to give up, and [[StopHelpingMe Issun reminding Amaterasu to help him]], all at the slow text speed, before they are allowed to try again.

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** Most of the time, the game allows players to speed up the text with the push of a button. However, the developers apparently decided that certain cutscenes are so important that this option is disabled, forcing the player to wait for each line of text to slowly finish. This could be annoying enough on its own, but one of these aforementioned cutscenes is the one that plays whenever the player fails the [[PressXToNotDie Konohana Shuffle]], which the player could end up watching a lot depending on how picky the game feels about registering the greensprout brush strokes. Adding insult to injury, this particular cutscene can never be skipped. This means that, every single time the player fails the Konohana Shuffle, they are required to sit through Mr. Orange lamenting his failure, deciding not to give up, and [[StopHelpingMe [[AnnoyingVideoGameHelper Issun reminding Amaterasu to help him]], all at the slow text speed, before they are allowed to try again.
4th Jun '16 7:43:31 PM nombretomado
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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Any time you revive a Guardian Sapling, it releases a flurry of foliage, and everything TheCorruption has tainted springs alive again, capping it off with a [[SceneryPorn wide shot of the purified area]]. It's quite a sight to behold, be it on PS2 or Wii.

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Any time you revive a Guardian Sapling, it releases a flurry of foliage, and everything TheCorruption has tainted springs alive again, capping it off with a [[SceneryPorn wide shot of the purified area]]. It's quite a sight to behold, be it on PS2 [=PS2=] or Wii.
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