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27th May '16 8:43:15 PM Cakeman
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* JerkassWoobie: Jalenda is a spoiled princess, but it's hard not to feel sorry for her when she transforms into a demon and has to be put down by Lenneth.
27th May '16 2:12:52 AM Cakeman
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* MoralEventHorizon: Nobody would ever expect Mother Laia to be a loving parent, but she crosses the line when she decides to sell her own daughter into slavery.
27th May '16 2:12:15 AM Cakeman
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** Bloodbane in particular is quite egregious. If you can beat him, you should have no problem with Surt, Fenrir, or Loki.

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** Bloodbane in particular is quite egregious. If Bloodbane. For the most part things are rather smooth...up until he starts healing himself once you wear his HP down. His Blessed Gravity attack can beat him, you should have no problem with Surt, Fenrir, or Loki.also wreak havoc on your party members.
27th Apr '16 11:59:30 PM AetherMaster
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* BrokenBase: Putting it lightly, Valkyrie Anatomia: The Origin has split the English-speaking fandom into two camps: one has completely disowned the game simply on the basis of it being for mobile devices and decrying that the series is now dead forever, while the second camp is cautiously optimistic and happy to see a return to the series after 7 years since the last entry.


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* InternetBackdraft: Almost any positive news about Valkyrie Anatomia has been met with criticism.


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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: English-speaking fans were ''not'' happy to find out that Valkyrie Anatomia: The Origin would be a mobile game, to say the least.
8th Feb '16 3:19:31 AM Freshmeat
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* MagnumOpus: Is widely considered to be Tri-Ace's best game, showcasing the strengths of the studio (fantastic battle system, solid visual presentation, great music) as well as having a memorable, relatively well-written storyline, especially compared to their other games which are criticized for having awful stories and characters.
9th Jan '16 2:12:57 AM erforce
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* PortingDisaster: Well, not quite a ''disaster'', but the original US release for the PlayStation had some notable improvements over the original Japanese version, generally streamlining the menu and organization of your characters and items. The PSP rerelease, however, was based on the Japanese version, and thus doesn't have the improvements from the US PlayStation original.

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* PortingDisaster: Well, not quite a ''disaster'', but the original US release for the PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation had some notable improvements over the original Japanese version, generally streamlining the menu and organization of your characters and items. The PSP rerelease, however, was based on the Japanese version, and thus doesn't have the improvements from the US PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation original.
24th Nov '15 9:52:53 AM daisen
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***By that time, you should have Infernas and the Unicorn Horn, the first unbreakable wand that allows great magic. Use a fire spell with it, get the Great Magic, and you get crispy Mandragoras.
24th Nov '15 9:35:47 AM daisen
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* AwesomeButImpractical: The one-hit Purify Weird Soul attacks, like Aelia's, fall into this. While they look cool -- Aelia turns into a dragon and lets out a [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Bahamut-style]] blast -- the real power is in multi-hit attacks, which benefit more from party buffs and, more importantly, build up the heat gauge for more finishers. Also, the combo number determines the percentage bonus of subsequent attacks, so a PWS that hits for one strike is just not as good as one that hits for 20.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: The one-hit Purify Weird Soul attacks, like Aelia's, fall into this. While they look cool -- Aelia turns into a dragon and lets out a [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Bahamut-style]] blast -- the real power is in multi-hit attacks, which benefit more from party buffs and, more importantly, build up the heat gauge for more finishers. Also, the combo number determines the percentage bonus of subsequent attacks, so a PWS that hits for one strike is just not as good as one that hits for 20. They are made to be used last, especially the most powerful of all, Ether Strike. It's hinted at its Heat gauge increase: a measly 10%.
21st Nov '15 12:41:35 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Lezard Valeth is the heroine's StalkerWithACrush with a twisted, self-absorbed idea of love. In order to lure the valkyrie Lenneth to him, Lezard seeks out his former magic teacher and turns her husband into a monster so he murders her, gloating that at least they have a "lifetime of love" behind them to have enjoyed. Pursuing Lezard, Lenneth discovers a factory he's created of homunculi, kidnapping beings and experimenting on them to remove their souls and create his supply. After this, he promptly kills someone who was closing in on his secrets by freezing her body when she's astral projecting, trapping her spirit outside. In the second game, Lezard manipulates all of time, devours Odin himself and rips out Lenneth's soul to fuse it with his own and remake the world [[AGodAmI in his own image as the supreme creator.]]

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**[[BigBad Loki]] is responsible for a vast amount of misfortune by playing the Aesir and Vanir against one another. Murdering Lenneth's beloved to steal the Dragon Orb from the Aesir, Loki confronts the Vanir's leader Surt and promptly murders him with the Orb. Loki then attacks Odin himself, revealing how badly he's played him, before annihilating him and all of Valhalla. When confronted by Lenneth, Loki declares his true intention to [[OmnicidalManiac reduce everything that exists to nothingness]], and promptly annihilates Asgard, Midgard and every living soul within.
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Lezard Valeth Valeth]] is the heroine's StalkerWithACrush with a twisted, self-absorbed idea of love. In order to lure the valkyrie [[PlayerCharacter Lenneth Valkyrie]] to him, Lezard seeks out his former magic teacher and turns her husband into a monster so he murders her, gloating that at least they have a "lifetime of love" behind them to have enjoyed. Pursuing Lezard, Lenneth discovers a factory he's created of homunculi, Homunculus, kidnapping beings and experimenting on them to remove their souls and create his supply. After this, he promptly kills someone who was closing in on his secrets by freezing her body when she's astral projecting, trapping her spirit outside. In the second game, Lezard manipulates all of time, devours Odin himself and rips out Lenneth's soul to fuse it with his own and remake the world [[AGodAmI in his own image as the supreme creator.]]creator]].
20th Sep '15 5:55:31 PM MrDeath
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* AwesomeButImpractical: The one-hit Purify Weird Soul attacks, like Aelia's, fall into this. While they look cool -- Aelia turns into a dragon and lets out a [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Bahamut-style]] -- the real power is in multi-hit attacks, which benefit more from party buffs and, more importantly, build up the heat gauge for more finishers. Also, the combo number determines the percentage bonus of subsequent attacks, so a PWS that hits for one strike is just not as good as one that hits for 20.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: The one-hit Purify Weird Soul attacks, like Aelia's, fall into this. While they look cool -- Aelia turns into a dragon and lets out a [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Bahamut-style]] blast -- the real power is in multi-hit attacks, which benefit more from party buffs and, more importantly, build up the heat gauge for more finishers. Also, the combo number determines the percentage bonus of subsequent attacks, so a PWS that hits for one strike is just not as good as one that hits for 20.
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