History YMMV / QuestForGloryII

28th Jun '16 6:14:25 PM Adept
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* DemonicSpiders: Like ''[[QuestForGloryI So You Want to Be a Hero]]'', the worst monster you can run into is a bigger, meaner variety of saurus, this time the terrorsaurus. Very quick and very strong, they can take a lot of hits and there is utterly no reason to fight one besides puzzle points for the Fighter class (and proving how {{Badass}} your character is).

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* DemonicSpiders: Like ''[[QuestForGloryI ''[[VideoGame/QuestForGloryI So You Want to Be a Hero]]'', the worst monster you can run into is a bigger, meaner variety of saurus, this time the terrorsaurus. Very quick and very strong, they can take a lot of hits and there is utterly no reason to fight one besides puzzle points for the Fighter class (and proving how {{Badass}} your character is).
28th Mar '16 2:09:39 PM Sveon
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** A hidden little scene takes place in the remake between Shema and Shameen if you give the former a certain amount (over 200) of flowers. (the gesture boosts communication and honor, so many players buy truckloads of flowers and overload Shema with them in order to grind stats) First Shameen reveals to Shema the exact amount of flowers the player's given her over the last few days. Then Shema starts openly wondering whether the hero's suffering from a compulsion, sharing a little story about a merchant who had to tap his pouch after every sale he made. [[BreakingTheFourthWall Then Shameen points out he's seen the hero looking at his stat sheet after giving the flowers and suggests the hero's grinding honor points.]] [[OverlyLongGag This causes Shema to point out that gestures of kindness purely for the sake of gaining stats are not]] [[LampshadeHanging very honorable after all.]] Shameen then mentions it'll probably stop once the hero's honor and communication stat hit 200 (the maximum value) and the two of them decide that humoring the player in order to boost the livelyhood of the flower merchant outside their inn is the honorable thing to do.
27th Jan '16 8:04:45 PM darksoul4242
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny:
** Every time your Saurus barges in the city to find you, and a guard comes to tell you to bring it back to the stable.
** Culminated by the moment when the Saurus barges in Aziza's house and the Hero makes a FaceFault. [[EtiquetteNazi Given how big Aziza is on good manners]], it is understandable the hero is [[OhCrap utterly ASHAMED]] at the scene his Saurus is making.
** The CutscenePowerToTheMax moment where the hero pulls a CloudCuckoolander moment after beating the brigand horde.
3rd Apr '15 2:14:29 PM CasWarner
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* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy / HistoricalInJoke: [[Creator/HarryHoudini Harry Houdini]] appears as one of the potential sponsors at WIT. In real life, Houdini was accused at least once (by [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]]) of secretly possessing real supernatural powers.
3rd Apr '15 2:13:39 PM CasWarner
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* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy / HistoricalInJoke: [[Creator/HarryHoudini]] appears as one of the potential sponsors at WIT. In real life, Houdini was accused at least once (by Sir [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle]]) of secretly possessing real supernatural powers.

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* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy / HistoricalInJoke: [[Creator/HarryHoudini]] [[Creator/HarryHoudini Harry Houdini]] appears as one of the potential sponsors at WIT. In real life, Houdini was accused at least once (by [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Sir [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle]]) Arthur Conan Doyle]]) of secretly possessing real supernatural powers.
3rd Apr '15 2:12:22 PM CasWarner
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* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy / HistoricalInJoke: [[Creator/HarryHoudini]] appears as one of the potential sponsors at WIT. In real life, Houdini was accused at least once (by Sir [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle]]) of secretly possessing real supernatural powers.
11th Jun '14 9:56:12 PM TheWanderer
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*** One jackalman is a joke. Two or three jackalmen are annoying, but managable once you've learned how to kick them away. Four or five jackalmen is an utter nightmare that will surround you from all sides and cut you to pieces.

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*** One Also from the remake: one jackalman is a joke. Two or three jackalmen are annoying, but managable manageable once you've learned how to kick them away. Four or five jackalmen is an utter nightmare that will surround you from all sides and cut you to pieces.
6th May '14 1:43:44 AM SuperLlama
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* ThatOneAttack: The pizza rain attack is the single greatest reason the Pizza Elemental in the AGD remake is the hardest fight in the game. It's punches are easily to evade, the extremely high defense just prolongs the fight, and even the OneHitKill attack can be easily broken free of, and in fact doing so prevents the boss from healing itself and leaves itself open when it tries to do so. But the rain of pizzas has no pattern (other than when the boss is setting up the OneHitKill attack,) lasts the entire fight, can hit anywhere (though it's less likely to hit directly in front of the boss) and can easily fall in such a way that there's no way to dodge everything. It also knocks the player down when it hits, and can hit multiple times, easily pinning the player down and forcing them to take a ton of hits before they can move again.

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* ThatOneAttack: The pizza rain attack is the single greatest reason the Pizza Elemental in the AGD remake is the hardest fight in the game. It's punches are easily to evade, the extremely high defense just prolongs the fight, and even the OneHitKill attack can be easily broken free of, and in fact doing so prevents the boss from healing itself and leaves itself open when it tries to do so. But the rain of pizzas has no pattern (other than when the boss is setting up the OneHitKill attack,) lasts the entire fight, can hit anywhere (though it's less likely to hit directly in front of the boss) and can easily sometimes fall in such a way that there's no way to dodge everything. It also knocks the player down when it hits, and can hit multiple times, easily pinning the player down and forcing them to take a ton of hits before they can move again.
6th May '14 1:42:54 AM SuperLlama
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* TearJerker: Completing Julanar's quest was impressively moving for the limits adventure games had at the time.

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* TearJerker: Completing Julanar's quest was impressively moving for the limits adventure games had at the time.time.
* ThatOneAttack: The pizza rain attack is the single greatest reason the Pizza Elemental in the AGD remake is the hardest fight in the game. It's punches are easily to evade, the extremely high defense just prolongs the fight, and even the OneHitKill attack can be easily broken free of, and in fact doing so prevents the boss from healing itself and leaves itself open when it tries to do so. But the rain of pizzas has no pattern (other than when the boss is setting up the OneHitKill attack,) lasts the entire fight, can hit anywhere (though it's less likely to hit directly in front of the boss) and can easily fall in such a way that there's no way to dodge everything. It also knocks the player down when it hits, and can hit multiple times, easily pinning the player down and forcing them to take a ton of hits before they can move again.
5th May '14 3:55:02 AM SuperLlama
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*** One jackalman is a joke. Two or three jackalmen are annoying, but managable once you've learned how to kick them away. Four or five jackalmen is an utter nightmare that will surround you from all sides and cut you to pieces.
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