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!A page on ''VideoGame/MasterOfDarkness'' in progress. Help appreciated.
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''Master Of Darkness'' is a video game created by for the UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem and the UsefulNotes/SegaGameGear (though it was called ''Vampire Master Of Darkness'' on that system) in 1992. It's a platformer starring a psychologist named Ferdinand Social, who gets a weird message:
"Killer vampire. Go to Thames. Caution, caution, in the wake of Dracula!" And he must now clear five stages and defeat the vampire. The gameplay is really similar to ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaI'', with the mechanics and atmosphere being similar.
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!!This game provides the following tropes:
* AntagonistTitle: The title obviously refers to Dracula, who is the BigBad.
* BadassNormal: Ferdinand has no magical powers and uses ordinary weaponry, but he can still defeat Drac.
* BigBad: Dracula.
* {{Dracula}}: Serves as the villain.
* InfinityPlusOneSword: The axe is the best melee weapon (it deals high damage despite it's short range) and the stake is the best ranged weapon (it deals high damage but isn't found until endgame).
* MeaningfulName: The psychologist's name is Ferdinand '''Social'''.
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Indexes: VideoGamesOfThe1990s, UsefulNotes.SegaMasterSystem

Redirects: ''VideoGame/VampireMasterOfDarkness''


"Killer vampire. Go to Thames. Caution, caution, in the wake of Dracula!" And he must now clear five stages and defeat the vampire. The gameplay is really similar to ''VideoGame/Castlevania1'', though our hero uses a sword instead of a whip.

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"Killer vampire. Go to Thames. Caution, caution, in the wake of Dracula!" And he must now clear five stages and defeat the vampire. The gameplay is really similar to ''VideoGame/Castlevania1'', though our hero uses a sword instead of a whip.''VideoGame/CastlevaniaI'', with the mechanics and atmosphere being similar.


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* InfinityPlusOneSword: The axe is the best melee weapon (it deals high damage despite it's short range) and the stake is the best ranged weapon (it deals high damage but isn't found until endgame).


''Master Of Darkness'' is a video game created by for the UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem in 1992.

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''Master Of Darkness'' is a video game created by for the UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem and the UsefulNotes/SegaGameGear (though it was called ''Vampire Master Of Darkness'' on that system) in 1992.1992. It's a platformer starring a psychologist named Ferdinand Social, who gets a weird message:
"Killer vampire. Go to Thames. Caution, caution, in the wake of Dracula!" And he must now clear five stages and defeat the vampire. The gameplay is really similar to ''VideoGame/Castlevania1'', though our hero uses a sword instead of a whip.


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* BadassNormal: Ferdinand has no magical powers and uses ordinary weaponry, but he can still defeat Drac.


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Redirects: ''VideoGame/VampireMasterOfDarkness''


* This, apparently: JustForFun/AvatarAndTheAirbendingFellowshipOfVampireSlayers

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* This, apparently: JustForFun/AvatarAndTheAirbendingFellowshipOfVampireSlayersJustForFun/AvatarAndTheAirbendingFellowshipOfVampireSlayers

!A page on ''VideoGame/MasterOfDarkness'' in progress. Help appreciated.
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''Master Of Darkness'' is a video game created by for the UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem in 1992.
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!!This game provides the following tropes:
* AntagonistTitle: The title obviously refers to Dracula, who is the BigBad.
* BigBad: Dracula.
* {{Dracula}}: Serves as the villain.
* MeaningfulName: The psychologist's name is Ferdinand '''Social'''.
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Indexes: VideoGamesOfThe1990s, UsefulNotes.SegaMasterSystem
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* This, apparently: JustForFun/AvatarAndTheAirbendingFellowshipOfVampireSlayers

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