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16th Aug '17 3:11:41 PM Gouken20xx
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*** Notably, The most popular boss in VideoGame/SonicMania is a remake of the first ''Puyo Puyo'', in the form of the aforementioned ''Mean Bean Machine''. Yes, Even with Sonic fans, They LOVE Puyo Puyo.


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*** For VideoGame/SonicMania, there's a partial remake of VideoGame/DrRobotniksMeanBeanMachine... as one of the bosses, and it's been ADORED by the Sonic fanbase for it's originality and gameplay.


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** The recent anniversary games, VideoGame/SonicMania and VideoGame/SonicForces, attempt to correct that with a simple thing... Sonic Mania includes a basic port of Puyo Puyo, and the custom hero includes Puyo Puyo Tetris items. And the Sonic fanbase are raving about this "new" puzzle game... and, unlike when ''Mean Bean Machine'' originally released, Puyo Puyo fans can take them aside and suggest the genuine article!
16th Aug '17 7:29:52 AM ALuigiMadeofCosmos
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** Black Sig and Red Amitie are often considered to be the most overpowered characters in ''Quest'' thanks to their Skills. They have a variation of the Sage Series's Leader Skill (increases Attack based on how many different colours are in the second to five members of the deck and in the hiree card) that ''also'' increases HP (so that they do not become {{Glass Cannon}}s), and their Active Skills are not slouches either (increases Attack for one turn, based on how many colours are in the first five members of the deck and in the hiree card, to a limit of 3.5x). With both skills ''alone'', you can get an Attack boost of 6.5x... which stack with everything else that may be active, such as Prism Balls, which grants damage based on the card's Attack stat multiplied when cleared; combination boosts; a Sage/Red Amitie/Black Sig/Yellow Satan/Vigorous Draco hiree, etc. With a merely decent deck you can rack up ''millions'' of damage, and have mass attack skills that hit on the range of 500,000 damage without even trying.

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** The as-of-yet unnamed Puyo Fest Magic School series (as of the time of this writing comprised of Black Sig and Sig, Red Amitie and Gallant Lidelle) are often considered to be the most overpowered characters in ''Quest'' thanks to their Skills. They have a variation of the Sage Series's Leader Skill (increases Attack based on how many different colours are in the second to five members of the deck and in the hiree card) that ''also'' increases HP (so that they do not become {{Glass Cannon}}s), and their Active Skills are not slouches either (increases Attack for one turn, based on how many colours are in the first five members of the deck and in the hiree card, to a limit of 3.5x). With both skills ''alone'', you can get an Attack boost of 6.5x... which stack with everything else that may be active, such as Prism Balls, which grants damage based on the card's Attack stat multiplied when cleared; combination boosts; a Sage/Red Amitie/Black Sig/Yellow Satan/Vigorous Draco hiree, etc. With a merely decent deck you can rack up ''millions'' of damage, and have mass attack skills that hit on the range of 500,000 damage without even trying.
8th Aug '17 8:16:08 PM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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** In ''Puyo Tetris'', chapter 10 involves [[CuteWitch Witch]] creating a show called "The Beauty 'N The Beast." A [[Creator/EmmaWatson young]] [[Franchise/HarryPotter witch]] in "{{Film/Beauty And The Beast|2017}}", you say?



** Female example: Witch in SUN. {{Justified|Trope}} [[spoiler: because she was "sleepwalking"]]
--->'''Witch:''' I love you so very much!
--->'''Arle:''' Where are you touching me?! Stop!!
** And Ms. Accord for Rulue in 15th Anniversary.
--->'''Ms. Accord''': She's very sexy and quite wonderful.



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** Witch in SUN. {{Justified|Trope}} [[spoiler: because she was "sleepwalking"]]
--->'''Witch:''' I love you so very much!
--->'''Arle:''' Where are you touching me?! Stop!!
** And Ms. Accord for Rulue in 15th Anniversary.
--->'''Ms. Accord''': She's very sexy and quite wonderful.



* MemeticMolester: Though, exclusive to the western Puyo fandom, Risukuma's been called Pedobear for his [[CallingYourAttacks attacks]] (I love you), and...well...the following quote.
-->Risukuma: You can touch as much as you want...

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* MemeticMolester: MemeticMolester:
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Though, exclusive to the western Puyo fandom, Risukuma's been called Pedobear for his [[CallingYourAttacks attacks]] (I love you), and...well...the following quote.
-->Risukuma: -->'''Risukuma:''' You can touch as much as you want...want...
** Schezo gets this reaction. It's because he ''really'' doesn't understand how his statements [[AccidentalInnuendo could be taken the wrong way.]]
22nd Jul '17 6:54:16 PM LtQuattro
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*** Sega announced a balance patch for ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' after the [=AnimEVO=] 2017 tournament[[note]]This will be the second balance update, the first being the changes made to the [=PS4/XBO/Switch=] versions of the game[[/note]], presumably in an attempt to combat the {{memetic|Mutation}} level of FakeBalance between Puyo rules and Tetris rules.
9th Jul '17 11:56:06 AM Angeldeb82
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** Despite Western releases, the series hasn't really caught on in the west due to a combination of {{Adaption Displacement}} caused by ''Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine'' and ''Kirby's Avalanche'', and {{Invisible Advertising}} for the scant games that didn't suffer from a {{Dolled Up Installment}} treatment. However, with the announcement of ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' getting a western release and SEGA utilizing social media to promote Puyo Puyo receiving positive responses, this may get averted.
** Mostly [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] towards Suketoudara, as many non-Japanese fans simply don't get what makes him so popular in Japan that has been in more games than relevant {{Ensemble Darkhorse}}s such as Draco and Witch. Given that many newer fans (introduced through ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'') seem to like him, it could be argued that the trope has been completely averted outside of the hardcore ''Puyo'' circle.

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** Despite Western releases, the series hasn't really caught on in the west due to a combination of {{Adaption Displacement}} AdaptationDisplacement caused by ''Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine'' and ''Kirby's Avalanche'', and {{Invisible Advertising}} InvisibleAdvertising for the scant games that didn't suffer from a {{Dolled Up Installment}} DolledUpInstallment treatment. However, with the announcement of ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' getting a western release and SEGA utilizing social media to promote Puyo Puyo receiving positive responses, this may get averted.
** Mostly [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] {{downplayed|Trope}} towards Suketoudara, as many non-Japanese fans simply don't get what makes him so popular in Japan that has been in more games than relevant {{Ensemble Darkhorse}}s such as Draco and Witch. Given that many newer fans (introduced through ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'') seem to like him, it could be argued that the trope has been completely averted outside of the hardcore ''Puyo'' circle.



* AnticlimaxBoss: Masked Satan in ''Tsu'' is a worthy TrueFinalBoss. Masked Satan in ''Box's'' Scramble mode, on the other hand, is a downgrade from the four (potentially five) ''Yon''-rule opponents that precede him.

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* AnticlimaxBoss: AntiClimaxBoss: Masked Satan in ''Tsu'' is a worthy TrueFinalBoss. Masked Satan in ''Box's'' Scramble mode, on the other hand, is a downgrade from the four (potentially five) ''Yon''-rule opponents that precede him.



* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: [[AwesomeMusic/PuyoPuyo Here.]]



** Any character that has a [[MostAnnoyingSound particularly annoying voice]] can invoke this. Since matches can potentially last for hours between skilled players, this can be justified. To put this into prospective, even Draco despite being an otherwise [[EnsembleDarkhorse surprisingly popular]] character tends to get criticism for her voice clips being grating on the ears. This may also explain why certain characters like the Hohow Bird and the Frankensteins were quickly {{Put On A Bus}} after ''Puyo Puyo Fever 2''.
** Suketoudara. People either find him an amusing {{Plucky Comic Relief}} character, or an [[TheScrappy annoying and useless]] character. The fact he gets an oddly large amount of exposure in promotions and appearances in games also gives him some {{Creators Pet}} vibes.

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** Any character that has a [[MostAnnoyingSound particularly annoying voice]] can invoke this. Since matches can potentially last for hours between skilled players, this can be justified. To put this into prospective, even Draco despite being an otherwise [[EnsembleDarkhorse surprisingly popular]] character tends to get criticism for her voice clips being grating on the ears. This may also explain why certain characters like the Hohow Bird and the Frankensteins were quickly {{Put On A Bus}} PutOnABus after ''Puyo Puyo Fever 2''.
** Suketoudara. People either find him an amusing {{Plucky Comic Relief}} PluckyComicRelief character, or an [[TheScrappy annoying and useless]] character. The fact he gets an oddly large amount of exposure in promotions and appearances in games also gives him some {{Creators Pet}} CreatorsPet vibes.



** The ''Puyo Puyo 7'' characters, Ringo, Maguro, Risukuma, and Ecolo. People either find them amusing characters that meshes well with the other fan favorites, or a case of them being pointless or annoying that debuted in a game that suffered badly from {{Sequelitis}}. Not helping is that these characters started having signs of {{Creators Pet}} and {{The Artifact}} after ''Puyo Puyo 7'', the former more so with Ringo due to her having more exposure then the other Puyo Puyo 7 characters and arguably more then Amitie and Arle.

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** The ''Puyo Puyo 7'' characters, Ringo, Maguro, Risukuma, and Ecolo. People either find them amusing characters that meshes well with the other fan favorites, or a case of them being pointless or annoying that debuted in a game that suffered badly from {{Sequelitis}}. Not helping is that these characters started having signs of {{Creators Pet}} CreatorsPet and {{The Artifact}} TheArtifact after ''Puyo Puyo 7'', the former more so with Ringo due to her having more exposure then the other Puyo Puyo 7 characters and arguably more then Amitie and Arle.



** Probably the most recurring one is how Compile and SEGA handle the Puyo Puyo franchise and which one does it better. This often boils down to how the games are handled, which has the better designed characters, and how the stories and character interactions are handled. This sometimes gets bad to the point where certain fans only stick to one side and it borders on {{Fanon Discontinuity}} for the other side.

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** Probably the most recurring one is how Compile and SEGA handle the Puyo Puyo franchise and which one does it better. This often boils down to how the games are handled, which has the better designed characters, and how the stories and character interactions are handled. This sometimes gets bad to the point where certain fans only stick to one side and it borders on {{Fanon Discontinuity}} FanonDiscontinuity for the other side.



** ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' has also reopened the debate about Satan vs. [[{{Bowdlerization}} Dark Prince]]. Either it's a relic of early-90s MoralGuardians and should be removed, or it's a creative euphemism that will avoid potential UnfortunateImplications and [[GrandfatherClause is part of the series's identity at this point]]. The fact that ''Sonic Runners'' didn't change his name and the manual for ''3D Puyo Puyo 2'' uses both names only adds fuel to the fire.

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** ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' has also reopened the debate about Satan vs. [[{{Bowdlerization}} [[{{Bowdlerise}} Dark Prince]]. Either it's a relic of early-90s MoralGuardians and should be removed, or it's a creative euphemism that will avoid potential UnfortunateImplications and [[GrandfatherClause is part of the series's identity at this point]]. The fact that ''Sonic Runners'' didn't change his name and the manual for ''3D Puyo Puyo 2'' uses both names only adds fuel to the fire.



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: [[AwesomeMusic/PuyoPuyo Here.]]
* CutAndPasteTranslation: The English arcade game, and ''Puzlow Kids'' by virtue of sharing ending text with it. In addition to inventing the "Black Kingdom" (a group bent on domination at a galactic scale), the translation alternates between keeping the characters roughly the same as their original versions and turning them into [[CardCarryingVillain Card Carrying Villains]].

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: [[AwesomeMusic/PuyoPuyo Here.]]
* CutAndPasteTranslation: The English arcade game, and ''Puzlow Kids'' by virtue of sharing ending text with it. In addition to inventing the "Black Kingdom" (a group bent on domination at a galactic scale), the translation alternates between keeping the characters roughly the same as their original versions and turning them into [[CardCarryingVillain Card Carrying Card-Carrying Villains]].



** The [[AwesomeArt artwork]] and [[DarkerAndEdgier storyline]] in ''Yon'' are far more appreciated than its [[ScrappyMechanic notoriously slow gameplay]]. Likewise, many like ''7'''s Transformation redesigns but hate the mechanic that they are tied to.

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** The [[AwesomeArt artwork]] SugarWiki/{{a|wesomeArt}}rtwork and [[DarkerAndEdgier storyline]] in ''Yon'' are far more appreciated than its [[ScrappyMechanic notoriously slow gameplay]]. Likewise, many like ''7'''s Transformation redesigns but hate the mechanic that they are tied to.



** A countless number of characters from ''Puyo Puyo!! Quest'', as well. In particular, the Angel Series, Devil Series, Warlock Series, Holy Beast Fighter Series, and Sage Series tend to be surprisingly popular. Sometimes [[InvokedTrope invoked]] if an otherwise minor character gains an alternate card or a series gains a voice set.

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** A countless number of characters from ''Puyo Puyo!! Quest'', as well. In particular, the Angel Series, Devil Series, Warlock Series, Holy Beast Fighter Series, and Sage Series tend to be surprisingly popular. Sometimes [[InvokedTrope invoked]] {{invoked|Trope}} if an otherwise minor character gains an alternate card or a series gains a voice set.



* FandomRivalry: The Puyo fandom takes out much of its frustration regarding the series's minimal western presence on the ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' franchise, feeling that [[AdoredByTheNetwork Sega America is overly-obsessed with Sonic at the expense of their other properties]]. Also dips into [[FanHater Fan Hating]], with Puyo fans accusing Sonic fans of believing that [[ItsAllAboutMe It's All About Them]].

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* FandomRivalry: The Puyo fandom takes out much of its frustration regarding the series's minimal western presence on the ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' franchise, feeling that [[AdoredByTheNetwork Sega America is overly-obsessed with Sonic at the expense of their other properties]]. Also dips into [[FanHater Fan Hating]], {{Fan Hat|er}}ing, with Puyo fans accusing Sonic fans of believing that [[ItsAllAboutMe It's All About Them]].



** Averted with the western ''Puyo'' fandom, whose members generally don't have nostalgic ties to the original series [[NoExportForYou for]] [[DolledUpInstallment obvious]] [[ScrewedByTheNetwork reasons]]. Not only do western fans generally have favorites from both "sides," a few fans even find the Retool to be an [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] ReplacementScrappy situation and wouldn't mind seeing the old characters [[PutOnABus back on the bus]]. Arle being a BaseBreakingCharacter in ''Quest'' doesn't help matters.

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** Averted with the western ''Puyo'' fandom, whose members generally don't have nostalgic ties to the original series [[NoExportForYou for]] [[DolledUpInstallment obvious]] [[ScrewedByTheNetwork reasons]]. Not only do western fans generally have favorites from both "sides," a few fans even find the Retool to be an [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] {{Inverted|Trope}} ReplacementScrappy situation and wouldn't mind seeing the old characters [[PutOnABus back on the bus]]. Arle being a BaseBreakingCharacter in ''Quest'' doesn't help matters.



** Puyo Puyo fans tend to be fans of other {{Falling Blocks}} games. This includes games that have a similar focus on competitive play and a cast of colorful characters like ''VideoGame/PanelDePon'' and ''VideoGame/MagicalDrop''. But the biggest example is with ''{{Tetris}}'', due to both franchises being [[VideoGameLongRunners long running]] and [[TropeCodifier very influential]], creating a {{Friendly Rivalry}} as a result. The fact ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' happened helps solidify this. There are some western Tetris fans who are very unhappy about Puyo Puyo invading a Tetris game, [[UnknownRival but fortunately, the resentment is not reciprocated]].

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** Puyo Puyo fans tend to be fans of other {{Falling Blocks}} FallingBlocks games. This includes games that have a similar focus on competitive play and a cast of colorful characters like ''VideoGame/PanelDePon'' and ''VideoGame/MagicalDrop''. But the biggest example is with ''{{Tetris}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'', due to both franchises being [[VideoGameLongRunners long running]] and [[TropeCodifier very influential]], creating a {{Friendly Rivalry}} FriendlyRivalry as a result. The fact ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' happened helps solidify this. There are some western Tetris fans who are very unhappy about Puyo Puyo invading a Tetris game, [[UnknownRival but fortunately, the resentment is not reciprocated]].



** Puyo Puyo Tetris is surprisingly a popular import title, despite Puyo Puyo having very little presence among the western audience. According to [[http://puyonexus.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=3203 an interview with Red Bull 5G and the producer,]] Hosoyamada Mizuki, the demand has certainly not gone unnoticed, and was actually the reaction they ''wanted''.

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** Puyo Puyo Tetris is surprisingly a popular import title, despite Puyo Puyo having very little presence among the western audience. According to [[http://puyonexus.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=3203 an interview with Red Bull 5G and the producer,]] producer]], Hosoyamada Mizuki, the demand has certainly not gone unnoticed, and was actually the reaction they ''wanted''.



* GirlShowGhetto: Presumably the reason why SEGA and Nintendo wanted the first arcade game [[DolledUpInstallment Dolled-Up]] for an American/European release. Notably, ''Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine'' being based on an american cartoon, while ''Kirby's Avalanche'' has a noticeable amount of AmericanKirbyIsHardcore both for advertisements and in-game. This may of also contributed to how Puyo Puyo rarely made cameos and crossovers with other SEGA properties despite being a rare example of a long running SEGA franchise, and why the games suffer from a lack of advertisement outside of Japan.
* GoodBadBug: In almost every Arcade/Mega Drive version of the first game (including ''Mean Bean Machine''!), holding left or right on a CPU player's joystick/D-Pad disables their ability to manual drop. Sega released an alternate arcade board that eliminates this bug, but it apparently came too late for the English or console versions to inherit the fix.

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* GirlShowGhetto: Presumably the reason why SEGA and Nintendo wanted the first arcade game [[DolledUpInstallment Dolled-Up]] for an American/European release. Notably, ''Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine'' being based on an american American cartoon, while ''Kirby's Avalanche'' has a noticeable amount of AmericanKirbyIsHardcore both for advertisements and in-game. This may of also contributed to how Puyo Puyo rarely made cameos and crossovers with other SEGA properties despite being a rare example of a long running SEGA franchise, and why the games suffer from a lack of advertisement outside of Japan.
* GoodBadBug: GoodBadBugs: In almost every Arcade/Mega Drive version of the first game (including ''Mean Bean Machine''!), holding left or right on a CPU player's joystick/D-Pad disables their ability to manual drop. Sega released an alternate arcade board that eliminates this bug, but it apparently came too late for the English or console versions to inherit the fix.



** One of the light novel titles is "Satan's Space Amusement Park". Hey uh, Satan, [[VideoGame/SonicColors Eggman beat you to to the punch on that one.]]

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** One of the light novel titles is "Satan's Space Amusement Park". Hey uh, Satan, [[VideoGame/SonicColors Eggman beat you to to the punch on that one.]]one]].



-->'''Schezo:''' I just want to examine him all over!
-->'''Schezo:''' I just want to ask Sig for his hand!

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-->'''Schezo:''' --->'''Schezo:''' I just want to examine him all over!
-->'''Schezo:''' --->'''Schezo:''' I just want to ask Sig for his hand!hand!
** Female example: Witch in SUN. {{Justified|Trope}} [[spoiler: because she was "sleepwalking"]]
--->'''Witch:''' I love you so very much!
--->'''Arle:''' Where are you touching me?! Stop!!
** And Ms. Accord for Rulue in 15th Anniversary.
--->'''Ms. Accord''': She's very sexy and quite wonderful.



* LesYay: Witch in SUN. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] [[spoiler: because she was "sleepwalking"]]
-->'''Witch:''' I love you so very much!
-->'''Arle:''' Where are you touching me?! Stop!!
** And Ms. Accord for Rulue in 15th Anniversary.
--->'''Ms. Accord''': She's very sexy and quite wonderful.



* MostWonderfulSound: The jingle of an All Clear! is one satisfying sound...because you get to send an extra juicy serving of Nuisance Puyo to your opponent!

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* MostWonderfulSound: SugarWiki/MostWonderfulSound: The jingle of an All Clear! is one satisfying sound...because you get to send an extra juicy serving of Nuisance Puyo to your opponent!



** One of the arguments against the English dub of ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' is the fact that it (naturally) loses all of the {{Engrish}}, particularly in the case of Suketoudara.

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** One of the arguments against the English dub of ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' is the fact that it (naturally) loses all of the {{Engrish}}, AsianSpeekeeEngrish, particularly in the case of Suketoudara.
3rd Jul '17 6:17:48 PM LtQuattro
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* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: Some people never play anything other than Tsu, and/or fever, and/or henshin modes (possibly playing only Arle or Carbuncle due to their drop set in fever/henshin). Good luck trying to find someone to play other modes like excavation.

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* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: ComplacentGamingSyndrome:
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Some people never play anything other than Tsu, and/or fever, Fever, and/or henshin Henshin modes (possibly playing only Arle or Carbuncle due to their drop set in fever/henshin). Good luck trying to find someone to play other modes like excavation.Excavation.
** In a [[DudeWheresMyRespect sad twist]], it seems that most of ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'''s online population flat-out refuses to battle Puyo players.



** ''7'' is also notable in that many love the Transformation redesigns but hate the mechanic that they are tied to.
** ''Yon'' is another case where its [[AwesomeArt artwork]] and [[DarkerAndEdgier storyline]] are far more appreciated than its [[ScrappyMechanic notoriously slow gameplay]].

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** ''7'' is also notable in that many love the Transformation redesigns but hate the mechanic that they are tied to.
** ''Yon'' is another case where its
The [[AwesomeArt artwork]] and [[DarkerAndEdgier storyline]] in ''Yon'' are far more appreciated than its [[ScrappyMechanic notoriously slow gameplay]].gameplay]]. Likewise, many like ''7'''s Transformation redesigns but hate the mechanic that they are tied to.



** Unlike most characters, Draco's AI in the Compile-era vastly varied between games. When it came time for Draco to return to the series, Sega went with her [[ArtificialStupidity original AI]].



* MemeticMutation: "The Tetris player is at a slight disadvantage," or some variation. It's a line from IGN's review of ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'', and generally gets quoted in response to yet another video strongly supporting the idea that [[FakeBalance it is almost mathematically impossible for a Puyo player to defeat a sufficiently-practiced Tetris opponent]].

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* MemeticMutation: "The Tetris player is at a slight disadvantage," or some variation. disadvantage." It's a line from IGN's review of ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'', and generally gets quoted in response to yet another video strongly supporting the idea that [[FakeBalance it is almost mathematically impossible for a Puyo player to defeat a sufficiently-practiced Tetris opponent]].
22nd Jun '17 11:08:31 PM LtQuattro
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* MemeticMutation: "The Tetris player is at a slight disadvantage," or some variation. It's a line from IGN's review of ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'', and generally gets quoted in response to yet another video strongly supporting the idea that [[FakeBalance it is almost mathematically impossible for a Puyo player to defeat a sufficiently-practiced Tetris opponent]].
16th Jun '17 8:25:04 AM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* HoYay: Lemres to Schezo in 15th Anniversary.

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* HoYay: HoYay:
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Lemres to Schezo in 15th Anniversary.



** Thanks to all his {{Accidental Innuendo}}es, Schezo's story in ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' makes it sound like he's a StalkerWithACrush on Sig.
-->'''Schezo:''' I just want to examine him all over!
-->'''Schezo:''' I just want to ask Sig for his hand!



* TearJerker: For a crossover between two puzzle franchises, Ringo's line to Tee [[spoiler:when he and his crew have to go back to the Tetris dimension with no way of knowing if they'll ever see their new friends again]] is surprisingly heavy.

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* TearJerker: TearJerker:
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For a crossover between two puzzle franchises, Ringo's line to Tee [[spoiler:when he and his crew have to go back to the Tetris dimension with no way of knowing if they'll ever see their new friends again]] is surprisingly heavy.


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** At the end of Schezo's story in ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'', Schezo has defeated Sig, and Sig decides to [[ItMakesSenseInContext give Schezo his demon hand]]. Before Schezo takes it, [[spoiler: Sig says good-bye to the family of bugs living in his hand. He asks Schezo to take care of them since they're his now.]]
7th Jun '17 10:42:59 PM Schezoroark
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** One of Lemres' spells in the English ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' is "Cream Pies". Innocent enough at face value, being a dessert, but considering this is in the same game Schezo is in...
7th Jun '17 10:11:35 AM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* AccidentalInnuendo: Many of Schezo's lines in ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' (and [[RunningGag in general]]) are pretty......[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z53ImZFol-4 interesting]].

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* AccidentalInnuendo: AccidentalInnuendo:
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Many of Schezo's lines in ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' (and [[RunningGag in general]]) are pretty......[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z53ImZFol-4 interesting]].


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** Tee's line to Lemres after learning what cake is.
-->'''Tee:''' We don't have a lot of squishy things back in my world.


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* TearJerker: For a crossover between two puzzle franchises, Ringo's line to Tee [[spoiler:when he and his crew have to go back to the Tetris dimension with no way of knowing if they'll ever see their new friends again]] is surprisingly heavy.
-->'''Ringo:''' [[spoiler: I want our last memories to be smiles.]]
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