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** Additionally, if you tame Marionetta, her monster info states she's 'dissatisfied by how Handonetta handles her', paralleling how Pico wishes Dolce would be more open with her.

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** Additionally, if you tame Marionetta, her monster info states she's 'dissatisfied "dissatisfied by how Handonetta handles her', her," paralleling how Pico wishes Dolce would be more open with her.


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** Additionally, if you tame Marionetta, her monster info states she's 'dissatisfied by how Handonetta handles her', paralleling how Pico wishes Dolce would be more open with her.


* All the marriage candidates have sad backstories, which are only resolved in their marriage flag events. Some of them are implied to get over whatever they're dealing with eventually even if you don't date them, but others, [[spoiler: particularly the Guardians, Xiao Pai, and Arthur]], flat-out ''couldn't''. And even if you manage to [[MarryThemAll get all the marriage flags you can]] (which is really difficult for [[GuideDangIt a number of reasons]]), that still only covers characters of the gender you can date. The rest of them have to just shoulder it all on their own. ''Ouch''.

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* All the marriage candidates have sad backstories, which are only resolved in their marriage flag events. Some of them are implied to get over whatever they're dealing with eventually even if you don't date them, but others, [[spoiler: particularly the Guardians, Xiao Pai, and Arthur]], flat-out ''couldn't''.''can't''. And even if you manage to [[MarryThemAll get all the marriage flags you can]] (which is really difficult for [[GuideDangIt a number of reasons]]), that still only covers characters of the gender you can date. The rest of them have to just shoulder it all on their own. ''Ouch''.



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* All the marriage candidates have sad backstories, which are only resolved in their marriage flag events. Some of them are implied to get over whatever they're dealing with eventually even if you don't date them, but others, [[spoiler: particularly the Guardians, Xiao Pai, and Arthur]], flat-out ''couldn't''. And even if you manage to [[MarryThemAll get all the marriage flags you can]] (which is really difficult for [[GuideDangIt a number of reasons]]), that still only covers characters of the gender you can date. The rest of them have to just shoulder it all on their own. ''Ouch''.


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!! FridgeHorror

* Marionetta is creepy enough as it is, but unlike the other bosses that become people Dolce has no similarities to the boss you fought. [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] does. Look at art for the boss and you'll see something not present, as well as something not readily noticeable, in the game. There are a pair of gloved hands controlling Marionetta that match up to Dolce's gloves, and the body itself resembles a stitched together corpse: Pico's corpse.



* Every game makes a point of telling you that your weapons are enchanted with a magic called Retornen/Tatamiya that returns any monsters you "kill" back to the Forest of Beginnings unharmed. Except...part of the plot takes place in the Forest of Beginnings this time around, and you're ''still'' killing monsters in there and they're poofing away! Where, exactly, are you sending them? Possibly FridgeHorror if the answer is somewhere unpleasant, or if you're ''not'' sending them anywhere at all and are actually killing them.
** Maybe they're being teleported to a different part of the forest? You only visit a tiny portion.
* [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] is mentioned to be tied to [[ISeeDeadPeople Dolce]], and is said to pass on if they're separated for to long. The problem is, Pico tells you that she's been a ghost for a while before meeting Dolce, so this bond seems more like a way to link the characters together more than anything.
** I like to think that Pico started haunting Dolce AFTER they met; she did not always have that restriction.
** Maybe Pico was haunting someone else when she met Dolce, and decided to switch who she's haunting.

!! FridgeHorror

* Marionetta is creepy enough as it is, but unlike the other bosses that become people Dolce has no similarities to the boss you fought. [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] does. Look at art for the boss and you'll see something not present, as well as something not readily noticeable, in the game. There are a pair of gloved hands controlling Marionetta that match up to Dolce's gloves, and the body itself resembles a stitched together corpse: Pico's corpse.

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* Every game makes a point of telling you that your weapons are enchanted with a magic called Retornen/Tatamiya that returns any monsters you "kill" back to On the Forest of Beginnings unharmed. Except...part of the plot takes place in the Forest of Beginnings this time around, and you're ''still'' killing monsters in there and they're poofing away! Where, exactly, are you sending them? Possibly FridgeHorror if the answer is somewhere unpleasant, or if you're ''not'' sending them anywhere at all and are actually killing them.
** Maybe they're being teleported to a different part of the forest? You only visit a tiny portion.
* [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] is mentioned to be tied to [[ISeeDeadPeople Dolce]], and is said to pass on if they're separated for to long. The problem is, Pico tells you that she's been a ghost for a while before meeting Dolce, so this bond seems more like a way to link the characters together more than anything.
** I like to think that Pico started haunting Dolce AFTER they met; she did not always have that restriction.
** Maybe Pico was haunting someone else when she met Dolce, and decided to switch who she's haunting.

!! FridgeHorror

* Marionetta is creepy enough as it is, but unlike the other bosses that become people Dolce has no similarities to the boss you fought. [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] does. Look at art for the boss and you'll see something not present, as well as something not readily noticeable, in the game. There are a pair of gloved hands controlling Marionetta that match up to Dolce's gloves, and the body itself resembles a stitched together corpse: Pico's corpse.
[[Headscratchers/RuneFactory4 headscratchers]] page.


* [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] is mentioned to be tied to [[ISeeDeadPeople Dolce]], and is said to pass on if they're seperated for to long. The problem is, Pico tells you that she's been a ghost for a while before meeting Dolce, so this bond seems more like a way to link the characters together more than anything.

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* [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] is mentioned to be tied to [[ISeeDeadPeople Dolce]], and is said to pass on if they're seperated separated for to long. The problem is, Pico tells you that she's been a ghost for a while before meeting Dolce, so this bond seems more like a way to link the characters together more than anything.


** Maybe Pico was haunting someone else when she met Dolce, and decided to switch who she's haunting.

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** Maybe Pico was haunting someone else when she met Dolce, and decided to switch who she's haunting.haunting.

!! FridgeHorror

* Marionetta is creepy enough as it is, but unlike the other bosses that become people Dolce has no similarities to the boss you fought. [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] does. Look at art for the boss and you'll see something not present, as well as something not readily noticeable, in the game. There are a pair of gloved hands controlling Marionetta that match up to Dolce's gloves, and the body itself resembles a stitched together corpse: Pico's corpse.


** I like to think that Pico started haunting Dolce AFTER they met; she did not always have that restriction.

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** I like to think that Pico started haunting Dolce AFTER they met; she did not always have that restriction.restriction.
** Maybe Pico was haunting someone else when she met Dolce, and decided to switch who she's haunting.


* [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] is mentioned to be tied to [[ISeeDeadPeople Dolce]], and is said to pass on if they're seperated for to long. The problem is, Pico tells you that she's been a ghost for a while before meeting Dolce, so this bond seems more like a way to link the characters together more than anything.

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* [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] is mentioned to be tied to [[ISeeDeadPeople Dolce]], and is said to pass on if they're seperated for to long. The problem is, Pico tells you that she's been a ghost for a while before meeting Dolce, so this bond seems more like a way to link the characters together more than anything.anything.
** I like to think that Pico started haunting Dolce AFTER they met; she did not always have that restriction.


* FridgeLogic: Every game makes a point of telling you that your weapons are enchanted with a magic called Retornen/Tatamiya that returns any monsters you "kill" back to the Forest of Beginnings unharmed. Except...part of the plot takes place in the Forest of Beginnings this time around, and you're ''still'' killing monsters in there and they're poofing away! Where, exactly, are you sending them? Possibly FridgeHorror if the answer is somewhere unpleasant, or if you're ''not'' sending them anywhere at all and are actually killing them.
** Maybe they're being teleported to a different part of the forest? You only visit a tiny portion.

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* FridgeLogic: Every !! FridgeLogic

*Every
game makes a point of telling you that your weapons are enchanted with a magic called Retornen/Tatamiya that returns any monsters you "kill" back to the Forest of Beginnings unharmed. Except...part of the plot takes place in the Forest of Beginnings this time around, and you're ''still'' killing monsters in there and they're poofing away! Where, exactly, are you sending them? Possibly FridgeHorror if the answer is somewhere unpleasant, or if you're ''not'' sending them anywhere at all and are actually killing them.
** Maybe they're being teleported to a different part of the forest? You only visit a tiny portion.portion.
* [[CuteGhostGirl Pico]] is mentioned to be tied to [[ISeeDeadPeople Dolce]], and is said to pass on if they're seperated for to long. The problem is, Pico tells you that she's been a ghost for a while before meeting Dolce, so this bond seems more like a way to link the characters together more than anything.


* FridgeLogic: Every game makes a point of telling you that your weapons are enchanted with a magic called Retornen/Tatamiya that returns any monsters you "kill" back to the Forest of Beginnings unharmed. Except...part of the plot takes place in the Forest of Beginnings this time around, and you're ''still'' killing monsters in there and they're poofing away! Where, exactly, are you sending them? Possibly FridgeHorror if the answer is somewhere unpleasant, or if you're ''not'' sending them anywhere at all and are actually killing them.

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* FridgeLogic: Every game makes a point of telling you that your weapons are enchanted with a magic called Retornen/Tatamiya that returns any monsters you "kill" back to the Forest of Beginnings unharmed. Except...part of the plot takes place in the Forest of Beginnings this time around, and you're ''still'' killing monsters in there and they're poofing away! Where, exactly, are you sending them? Possibly FridgeHorror if the answer is somewhere unpleasant, or if you're ''not'' sending them anywhere at all and are actually killing them.them.
** Maybe they're being teleported to a different part of the forest? You only visit a tiny portion.

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* FridgeLogic: Every game makes a point of telling you that your weapons are enchanted with a magic called Retornen/Tatamiya that returns any monsters you "kill" back to the Forest of Beginnings unharmed. Except...part of the plot takes place in the Forest of Beginnings this time around, and you're ''still'' killing monsters in there and they're poofing away! Where, exactly, are you sending them? Possibly FridgeHorror if the answer is somewhere unpleasant, or if you're ''not'' sending them anywhere at all and are actually killing them.

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