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* RickRoll: Among the Quick Links in the menu of the game, there is one labeled as "Free Blood Coins" which will actually take you to the video.

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* AntiRageQuitting: Not ''actually'' in the game, but frequently imposed by its own players - in the event of a player disconnecting, the remaining players are liable to agree to continue playing "fairly" by having a player on the larger team sit out of the match for some time (this part tends to vary - the player who sat out may then jump in after one of their allies die, only do so after the remaining player(s) fully heal themselves with their Bloodline Medallion, or even refuse to contribute at all and just let themselves be killed after their participating allies are all killed) to discourage further quitting from the smaller team.


* ActionGirl: All female versions of the Bloodlines.


A spiritual sequel is under development, [[https://www.battlerite.com/ Battlerite,]] developed and published by the original developers Stunlock Studios and co-invested by Coffee Stain Studios, the developers of {{VideoGame/Sanctum}} and {{VideoGame/Goat Simulator}}. It's set to available for Early Access in September 2016.

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A spiritual sequel is under development, [[https://www.battlerite.com/ Battlerite,]] sequel, ''VideoGame/{{Battlerite}}'', now exists. It was developed and published by the original developers Stunlock Studios and co-invested by Coffee Stain Studios, the developers of {{VideoGame/Sanctum}} and {{VideoGame/Goat Simulator}}. It's set to available for Early Access in September 2016.
release on November 8 2017.


* [[spoiler: RickRoll: Among the Quick Links in the menu of the game, there is one labeled as "Free Blood Coins" which will actually take you to the video.]]

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* [[spoiler: RickRoll: Among the Quick Links in the menu of the game, there is one labeled as "Free Blood Coins" which will actually take you to the video.]]


A spiritual sequel is under development, [[https://www.battlerite.com/ Battlerite]], developed and published by the original developers Stunlock Studios and co-invested by Coffee Stain Studios, the developers of {{VideoGame/Sanctum}} and {{VideoGame/Goat Simulator}}. It's set to available for Early Access in September 2016.

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A spiritual sequel is under development, [[https://www.battlerite.com/ Battlerite]], Battlerite,]] developed and published by the original developers Stunlock Studios and co-invested by Coffee Stain Studios, the developers of {{VideoGame/Sanctum}} and {{VideoGame/Goat Simulator}}. It's set to available for Early Access in September 2016.


* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Some of the officer outfits for the bloodline imply this with a few traits associated with {{Badass}}es, like PermaStubble.

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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Some of the officer outfits for the bloodline imply this with a few traits associated with {{Badass}}es, badasses, like PermaStubble.


A spiritual sequel is under development, [[https://www.battlerite.com/ Battlerite]], developed and published by the original developers Stunlock Studios and co-invested by Coffee Stain Studios, the developers of {{VideoGame/Sanctum}} and {{VideoGame/Goat Simulator}}.

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A spiritual sequel is under development, [[https://www.battlerite.com/ Battlerite]], developed and published by the original developers Stunlock Studios and co-invested by Coffee Stain Studios, the developers of {{VideoGame/Sanctum}} and {{VideoGame/Goat Simulator}}.
Simulator}}. It's set to available for Early Access in September 2016.

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A spiritual sequel is under development, [[https://www.battlerite.com/ Battlerite]], developed and published by the original developers Stunlock Studios and co-invested by Coffee Stain Studios, the developers of {{VideoGame/Sanctum}} and {{VideoGame/Goat Simulator}}.

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* AllegedlyFreeGame: More or less an AvertedTrope - real money will allow you to get Bloodlines faster, but provide no other advantage. You can get them with time and playing the game.
** Not entirely averted, though: you have to shell out some money if you want to play with, for some reason, more difficult bots.

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* AllegedlyFreeGame: More or less an AvertedTrope - real money will allow you to get Bloodlines Bloodlines, traits and medallions faster, but provide no other advantage. You can get them all still with spending time and playing the game.
** Not entirely averted, though: you have to shell out some money if you want to play with, for some reason, more difficult bots.
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* BribingYourWayToVictory: Everything but tournament rewards may be purchased with real money. However, the only things that must be purchased with real money are cosmetic. Bloodlines, medallions, and gems can be purchased after a bit of grinding, and four bloodlines are free-to-play every week, giving you time to try them out to figure out which ones you'd prefer to play.

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* BribingYourWayToVictory: Everything but tournament rewards may be purchased with real money. However, the only things that must be purchased with real money are cosmetic. Bloodlines, medallions, and gems can be purchased after a bit of grinding, and four bloodlines are free-to-play every week, week in multiplayer (as well as being unrestricted playing against bots), giving you time to try them out to figure out which ones you'd prefer to play.



* FriendlyFireproof: Everyone is, totally. The closest thing to an exception is the Blood Priest damaging themself to cast their healing ability unless they keep stacks from their main attack ability maintained.

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* FriendlyFireproof: Everyone is, totally. The closest thing to an exception is the Blood Priest damaging themself themselves to cast their healing ability unless they keep stacks from their main attack ability maintained.


* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Some of the officer outfits for the bloodline imply this with a few traits associated with {{Badass}}es, like BadassLongHair or PermaStubble.

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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Some of the officer outfits for the bloodline imply this with a few traits associated with {{Badass}}es, like BadassLongHair or PermaStubble.

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* ExcusePlot: There's a background, but it's hardly clear what the game actually consists of aside from some references to "The Ancients".


Character page is [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/BloodlineChampions here]], holding the classes or "bloodlines" of the game, and has most of the tropes considering the importance of them to the game.

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Character page is [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/BloodlineChampions [[Characters/BloodlineChampions here]], holding the classes or "bloodlines" of the game, and has most of the tropes considering the importance of them to the game.



* AnAdventurerIsYou: The Bloodlines are divided into Tank, Melee Damage, Ranged Damage, and Healer categories.



* AnAdventurerIsYou: The Bloodlines are divided into Tank, Melee Damage, Ranged Damage, and Healer categories.


* GoodBadBugs: Causing a killing blow has the killer make a laugh/giggle/chuckle. This can happen from damage-over-time effects [[TakingYouWithMe after the applier has already died]].

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