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Ambidextrous Sprite: Character portraits in dialogue scenes are accurate representations of the character models when on the right side of the screen. Character portraits on the left side of the screen are always mirror images.
Evil Plan: Faust destroys the balance to revert everything back to chaos. He Chessmasters the heroes and the villains alike, collects the Stigald fragments so nobody can put it together again, and has no less than a third of the main cast Brainwashed and Crazy at one point or another.}}
Schrödinger's Player Character: Averted. No matter which character you choose to play as, the other goes about on their quest normally, even meeting up with you at places. Though you do join forces at the final dungeon, with even Axel joining your party.
Token Mini-Moe: Ciel in Levant's party and Luffina in Cecilia's party.
Tomato in the Mirror: Levant is the very first mutated being Faust ever created. When he was young, Levant and Irene tried to climb Fort Faulken together, but he tripped and fell to the ground, leaving her behind. Faust experimented on his body afterward.
Video Game Cruelty Potential: You can deny the starving man victuals, water a living cactus with Mercury and have it die, leave most of the elves in the burning forest left to die, likewise with the soldiers in Fort Faulken, and kill the God of Creation.