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* YouCantThwartStageOne / DefeatingTheUndefeatable: The spirits repeatedly say that if [[spoiler:Kullervo repossesses his body]], the BigBad will become unstoppable, and you have to stop him before that happens. Naturally, it ''does'' happen, and of course the PlayerCharacter still wins handily.

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* YouCantThwartStageOne / DefeatingTheUndefeatable: YouCantThwartStageOne: The spirits repeatedly say that if [[spoiler:Kullervo repossesses his body]], the BigBad will become unstoppable, and you have to stop him before that happens. Naturally, it ''does'' happen, and of course the PlayerCharacter still wins handily.


One bright, cheerful day, your PurelyAestheticGender main character decides to take a nap on a hill in the nearby meadow. When they wake up, you find out that the world around you is going to be utterly obliterated by the PowersThatBe, and the only way you can save everything you care about is by [[ThrowTheBookAtThem hitting them with a magic book.]] But, of course, that's just the opening cutscene. The story in this game is rather fleshed-out and detailed; wars are fought, loved ones are lost, and the mysteries of the world become unraveled as you try to write the story of the new world.

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One bright, cheerful day, your PurelyAestheticGender main character decides to take a nap on a hill in the nearby meadow. When they wake up, you find out that the world around you is going to be utterly obliterated by the PowersThatBe, [[PowersThatBe great god]] [[BigBad Kullervo]], and the only way you can save everything you care about is by [[ThrowTheBookAtThem hitting them with a magic book.]] book]]. But, of course, that's just the opening cutscene. The story in this game is rather fleshed-out and detailed; wars are fought, loved ones are lost, and the mysteries of the world become unraveled as you try to write the story of the new world.


* GoodBadTranslation: If you were to translate Dorothea's character page, it will say: 'They named a cat muzzles that she ate.' What.


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* CuteClumsyGirl: Mieli; [[JustifiedTrope justified]] in that her legs have been magically [[PowerLimiter bound.]]



* CuteClumsyGirl: Mieli; [[JustifiedTrope justified]] in that her legs have been magically [[PowerLimiter bound.]]


Each and every character, whether they be just a regular NPC or one of the story's main characters, has a rich backstory that affects who they are and what they do. As the main character travels across the world, looking for things to scan and the missing pages of the magic book, the player will find out more about the people living in the world. If the character progresses far enough, they might even get into a relationship with one of the many people they meet on their travels.

So, whether it's the ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]]''-esque gameplay, the fascinating plot, the developed characters, the beautiful music, or the fact that you just have a thing for manipulating anything you can get your hands on, this game is truly a diamond in the rough.

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Each and every character, whether they be just a regular NPC or one of the story's main characters, has a rich backstory that affects who they are and what they do. As the main character travels across the world, looking for things to scan and the missing pages of the magic book, the player will find out more about the people living in the world. If the character progresses far enough, they might even get into a relationship with one of the many people they meet on their travels.

So, whether it's the ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]]''-esque gameplay, the fascinating plot, the developed characters, the beautiful music, or the fact that you just have a thing for manipulating anything you can get your hands on, this game is truly a diamond in the rough.
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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: There are three witches in this game: [[http://static2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20121103022539/avaloncode/images/thumb/1/11/Olly.png/180px-Olly.png Olly,]] [[http://static3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20121106212513/avaloncode/images/6/63/Elliepage.png Ellie,]] and [[http://static2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120910024402/avaloncode/images/thumb/1/1f/Nanai.jpg/288px-Nanai.jpg Nanai,]] Guess which one is a WickedWitch, which one is a ReasonableAuthorityFigure, and which one is a LoveInterest.

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: There are three witches in this game: [[http://static2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20121103022539/avaloncode/images/thumb/1/11/Olly.png/180px-Olly.png Olly,]] [[http://static3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20121106212513/avaloncode/images/6/63/Elliepage.png Ellie,]] and [[http://static2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120910024402/avaloncode/images/thumb/1/1f/Nanai.jpg/288px-Nanai.jpg Nanai,]] Nanai]]. Guess which one is a WickedWitch, which one is a ReasonableAuthorityFigure, and which one is a LoveInterest.



* ObstructiveBureaucrat: King Xenonbart [[spoiler:merrily carts you off to jail without giving you a shot at clearing your name]] the first time you meet him. And while (slightly) sympathetic, Georg admits that [[spoiler:he didn't cart you off to jail the second time because he believed you were guilty; he did it because the ''townspeople'' thought so.]]



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: King Xenonbart of Kaleila, and Mayor Georg.
** "Reasonable" is a stretch here. Xenonbart [[spoiler:merrily carts you off to jail without giving you a shot at clearing your name]] the first time you meet him. And while (slightly) sympathetic, Georg admits that [[spoiler:he din't cart you off to jail the second time because he believed you were guilty; he did it because the ''townspeople'' thought so.]]


One bright, cheerful day, your PurelyAestheticGender main character decides to take a nap on a hill in the nearby meadow. When they wakes up, you find out that the world around you is going to be utterly obliterated by the PowersThatBe, and the only way you can save everything you care about is by [[ThrowTheBookAtThem hitting them with a magic book.]] But, of course, that's just the opening cutscene. The story in this game is rather fleshed-out and detailed; wars are fought, loved ones are lost, and the mysteries of the world become unraveled as you try to write the story of the new world.

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One bright, cheerful day, your PurelyAestheticGender main character decides to take a nap on a hill in the nearby meadow. When they wakes wake up, you find out that the world around you is going to be utterly obliterated by the PowersThatBe, and the only way you can save everything you care about is by [[ThrowTheBookAtThem hitting them with a magic book.]] But, of course, that's just the opening cutscene. The story in this game is rather fleshed-out and detailed; wars are fought, loved ones are lost, and the mysteries of the world become unraveled as you try to write the story of the new world.


A 2009 DS fantasy adventure game, created by the staff of Matrix Software, published by Marvelous Entertainment, and distributed by [=XSeed=] Games.

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A 2009 DS fantasy adventure game, created by the staff of Matrix Software, published by Marvelous Entertainment, and distributed by [=XSeed=] Games.
Creator/XSEEDGames.


* {{Dojikko}}: Mieli; [[JustifiedTrope justified]] in that her legs have been magically [[PowerLimiter bound.]]

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* {{Dojikko}}: CuteClumsyGirl: Mieli; [[JustifiedTrope justified]] in that her legs have been magically [[PowerLimiter bound.]]


* ChildhoodFriendRomance: One of the main character's friends is Fana, a girl who's had an [[IllGirl uncurable illness]] since she was born and has lost both of her parents. The male version is Rex, who's lived in poverty all of his life, [[spoiler:and watched his little sister, Meenya get killed]].



* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: One of the main character's friends is Fana, a girl who's had an [[IllGirl uncurable illness]] since she was born and has lost both of her parents. The male version is Rex, who's lived in poverty all of his life, [[spoiler:and watched his little sister, Meenya get killed]].
** VictoriousChildhoodFriend: On the other hand, if you pick Fana or Rex, they become this.



* TheWikiRule: An in-game example, as the Book of Prophecy basically acts as a full-fledged wiki.

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* TheWikiRule: [[invoked]] An in-game example, as the Book of Prophecy basically acts as a full-fledged wiki.


* LostForever: If you give up on the Judgment Link Tournaments ([[LuckBasedMission and you might]]), you won't get the Metalizes you would have won. [[spoiler: [[SubvertedTrope That is, until the end of the game.]]]]
** There are exactly two things that can be permanently lost in this game, and both of them happen to be images of Olly. The viable time limit for said images? [[GuideDangIt The chapter in which you first meet her!]]



* OurElvesAreBetter
** Which leaves some gamers [[ScrewYouElves very satisfied]] by the end.

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* OurElvesAreBetter
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OurElvesAreBetter: Which leaves some gamers [[ScrewYouElves very satisfied]] by the end.end.
* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** If you give up on the Judgment Link Tournaments ([[LuckBasedMission and you might]]), you won't get the Metalizes you would have won. [[spoiler: [[SubvertedTrope That is, until the end of the game.]]]]
** There are exactly two things that can be permanently lost in this game, and both of them happen to be images of Olly. The viable time limit for said images? [[GuideDangIt The chapter in which you first meet her!]]


* LuckBasedMission: Zeno-9

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* LuckBasedMission: Zeno-9LuckBasedMission:
** Zeno-9 is a scratch-off lottery ticket, so at least it's realistic.
** Judgment Link tournaments are luck-based as well. You can play perfectly -- in fact, be the ''only participant'' to play perfectly -- and still lose because of the poorly designed scoring system.


* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: Getting killed will let you continue from the entrance of the area where you died, with half your maximum HP, the same MP you had when entering, and retain any items or Codes you acquired or sorted within the area.

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* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: Getting killed will let you continue from the entrance of the area where you died, with half your maximum HP, the same MP you had when entering, 50 MP, and retain any items or Codes you acquired or sorted within the area.


* ShoutOut: [[{{Franchise/Terminator}} "Come with me... if you want to live."]]
** -->'''Fro:'''[[TheFly Be afraid! Be very afraid!!]]

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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[[{{Franchise/Terminator}} "Come with me... if you want to live."]]
** -->'''Fro:'''[[TheFly "[[Film/TheFly1986 Be afraid! Be very afraid!!]]afraid!!]]"

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