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* NamesTheSame: Is not the same kunoichi named Akane that appears in [[ShiningTheHolyArk]].

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* NamesTheSame: Is not the same kunoichi named Akane that appears in [[ShiningTheHolyArk]].VideoGame/ShiningTheHolyArk.

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* NamesTheSame: Is not the same kunoichi named Akane that appears in [[ShiningTheHolyArk]].

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** In the Steam Trading Cards, the description for "Samurai Living Armour" trading card is a reference to Franchise/FullmetalAlchemist, specifically the main character Al.
--> Nothing scares more - and no, it doesn't know alchemy, sorry.

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* StockNinjaWeaponry: Kunais are the main ninja weapon used in the game.


* BlackMagic: Implied. When Hiromi's ninjas throw kunais, there is a red aura around it. Dalasheem's kunais also does this when he shoots them.



* ManekiNeko: These breakable statues holds various items such as power-ups, magic scrolls, and extra health.

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* ManekiNeko: These breakable statues holds various items such as power-ups, magic scrolls, and extra health. They are as breakable as China plates, and they can also move their paw.


On May 9, 2014, the game received Steam Trading Card support. There are seven cards in total, and you'll reveive four cards at random for purchasing and playing the game.

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On May 9, 2014, the game received Steam Trading Card support. There are seven cards in total, and you'll reveive revive four cards at random for purchasing and playing the game.


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* FlechetteStorm: Using magic scrolls, Akane can summon large quanity of kunais to rain down on her enimes. Dalasheem also can summon multiple kunais at you.


** WordOfGod states that Akane's outfit/appearence is a tribute to [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mai Shiranui]] and [[VideoGame/StreetFighter Ibuki]]

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** WordOfGod states that Akane's outfit/appearence is a tribute to [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mai Shiranui]] and [[VideoGame/StreetFighter Ibuki]]Ibuki]].


** Hiromi's purple shows her staus as a the villain.

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** Hiromi's purple shows her staus status as a the villain.


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* ShoutOut
**WordOfGod states that Akane's outfit/appearence is a tribute to [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mai Shiranui]] and [[VideoGame/StreetFighter Ibuki]]


* SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains: Inverted and Downplayed. Akane wears a stripperific outfit, while Hiromi wears a kimono. However, Hiromi sprite implies she has a bigger CleveageWindow than Akane.

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* SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains: Inverted and Downplayed. Akane wears a stripperific outfit, while Hiromi wears a kimono. However, Hiromi sprite implies she has a bigger CleveageWindow CleavageWindow than Akane.


* SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains: Inverted and Downplayed. Akane wears a stripperific outfit, while Hiromi wears a kimono. However, Hiromi sprite implies she has a bigger ClevageWindow than Akane.

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* SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains: Inverted and Downplayed. Akane wears a stripperific outfit, while Hiromi wears a kimono. However, Hiromi sprite implies she has a bigger ClevageWindow CleveageWindow than Akane.

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** Hiromi's purple shows her staus as a the villain.

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* SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains: Inverted and Downplayed. Akane wears a stripperific outfit, while Hiromi wears a kimono. However, Hiromi sprite implies she has a bigger ClevageWindow than Akane.
** Possibly justified, as Akane's outfit allows greater form of movement, while Hiromi, not doing any actual fighting, doesn't have too much movement.


* AnimatedArmor: The Samurai Living Armour boss is this.

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* AnimatedArmor: The Samurai Living Armour boss boss, of the second act, is this.


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* BigFancyCastle: The second act (Goro Castle) takes place in a Japanese style castle. It is most definitly Goro's home that appears to have been ransacked by Hiromi's ninjas.

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* AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs: The second act, Goro Castle, is strongly implied to be this. Goro's home appears to be attacked and filled with Hiromi's goons.


* ManekiNeko: These statues holds various items such as power-ups, magic scrolls, and extra health.

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* ManekiNeko: These breakable statues holds various items such as power-ups, magic scrolls, and extra health.

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