History YMMV / Terranigma

24th Apr '16 2:06:11 AM calamity2007
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** The overworld themes, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy_CZu0wmeA The Departure]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u4NBQGbJ6A Further Into the Wide World]] are also suitably fitting and epic.

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** The overworld themes, [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy_CZu0wmeA com/watch?v=9NFmgQqLmSo The Departure]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u4NBQGbJ6A Further Into the Wide World]] are also suitably fitting and epic.
27th Nov '15 10:53:08 AM MatLShini
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The entire Astarica sequence. [[spoiler: Some unknown voice commands Ark to drink from a goblet, which sends him into a fever dream featuring expies of various allies, culminating in a scene where Overworld Elle acts out-of-character and kills two people before mocking Ark who apparently dies from drinking out of a goblet.]] Nothing within the game hints at any of this, it doesn't affect the plot and never comes up ever again. Ark even comments to this effect afterwards.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The entire Astarica sequence.sequence is a subversion. [[spoiler: Some unknown voice commands Ark to drink from a goblet, which sends him into a fever dream featuring expies of various allies, culminating in a scene where Overworld Elle acts out-of-character and kills two people before mocking Ark who apparently dies from drinking out of a goblet.]] Nothing within the game hints at any of this, it doesn't affect the plot this and never comes up ever again. Ark even comments to this effect afterwards. However, you get one Starstone after it, which are key items to complete the game.
2nd Jul '15 6:20:24 AM Ryan914
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* ComicBookTime: The time in Terranigma is much more confusing than Comic Book Time. People and animals are not born but come into existence (when Ark resurrects them or when a town expands). Assuming the game spans hundreds of years, all of the characters are immortal (and not aging [[spoiler: Except Leim]]). Assuming the game spans only a few years, every event (towns developing, [[spoiler: King Henri's invasion of Storkholm]]) takes place incredibly fast and the overworld characters do not have a history prior to their "resurrection".
4th Jun '15 7:00:37 PM Nevareh
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* ForeShadowing: Crysta is rife with it. One thing that may be missed, and though it never seems suspicious at the time, [[spoiler: the Elder is, unlike everyone else but Ark and Yomi, resistant to being crystallized when Ark opens Pandora's Box, can rearrange Crysta's geography at will, demonstrates a knowledge of the outside world lacking in Crysta's other villagers, and (later) can communicate with Ark through dreams, seems able to track Ark's location in the overworld, possesses at least a rudimentary knowledge of overworld geography, and directs Ark to rescue a specific person, whose location is also known to the Elder.]] Why any of these things should be is left up in the air until TheReveal as to [[spoiler:his]] identity.
26th Sep '14 5:18:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* CompleteMonster: King Henry. [[spoiler:He raided a village and killed all of its inhabitants for treasure...except for a young girl he orphaned himself, who he only keeps around to wait for her to spit out the secret of the treasure.]] He's also described as an extremely oppressive tyrant by the townspeople.
28th May '14 9:59:57 PM Tarvoc
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* StrawmanPolitical: There's quite some confusion about Louis' political orientation. Most players call him a communist, but he has also been called a conservative. On the other hand, Jean's idea to use taxes to advance production, city infrastructure, technology, and cultural life could also be seen as a more refined communist position. One could argue that Louis simply represents populism in general in opposition to Jean's authentic, informed political decision-making.

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* StrawmanPolitical: There's quite some confusion about Louis' political orientation. Most players call him a communist, but he has also been called a conservative. On the other hand, Jean's idea to use taxes to advance production, city infrastructure, technology, and cultural life could also be seen as a more refined communist position. One could argue that Louis simply represents populism in general in opposition to Jean's authentic, authentic and informed political decision-making.
28th May '14 9:59:14 PM Tarvoc
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* StrawmanPolitical: There's quite some confusion about Louis' political orientation. Most players call him a communist, but he has also been called a conservative. On the other hand, Jean's idea to use taxes to advance production, technology, and cultural life could also be seen as a more refined communist position. One could argue that Louis simply represents populism in general in opposition to Jean's authentic, informed political decision-making.

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* StrawmanPolitical: There's quite some confusion about Louis' political orientation. Most players call him a communist, but he has also been called a conservative. On the other hand, Jean's idea to use taxes to advance production, city infrastructure, technology, and cultural life could also be seen as a more refined communist position. One could argue that Louis simply represents populism in general in opposition to Jean's authentic, informed political decision-making.
28th May '14 9:59:00 PM Tarvoc
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* StrawmanPolitical: There's quite some confusion about Louis' political orientation. Most players call him a communist, but he has also been called a conservative. On the other hand, Jean's idea to use taxes to advance production, technology and cultural life could also be seen as a more refined communist position. One could argue that Louis simply represents populism in general in opposition to Jean's authentic, informed political decision-making.

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* StrawmanPolitical: There's quite some confusion about Louis' political orientation. Most players call him a communist, but he has also been called a conservative. On the other hand, Jean's idea to use taxes to advance production, technology technology, and cultural life could also be seen as a more refined communist position. One could argue that Louis simply represents populism in general in opposition to Jean's authentic, informed political decision-making.
28th May '14 9:58:21 PM Tarvoc
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* StrawmanPolitical: There's quite some confusion about Louis' political orientation. Most players call him a communist, but he has also been called a conservative. On the other hand, Jean's idea to use taxes to advance production, technology and cultural life could also be seen as a more refined communist position. One could argue that Louis simply represents populism in general in opposition to Jean's authentic, informed political decision-making.


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** Meilin also annoys quite a few players, and she gets ''even more'' screentime.
8th Apr '14 6:45:40 PM mlsmithca
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** NarmCharm



* NeedsMoreLove: Especially from its parent company. Square Enix's refusal to publish this game on the Virtual Console is incredibly mystifying.



** EthnicScrappy
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