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Déraciné is a VR video game developed by Creator/FROMSoftware and SIE Japan Studio, and released by Sony Entertainment.

In the countryside, a group of young children are raised by the headmaster of an old boarding school. One of these children, a girl named Yuliya, can talk to faeries, and a new one has recently arrived at the school. The Kind Faerie goes around the school, helping and playing with the children, but it soon becomes apparent that there is something odd about the inhabitants of this school. The headmaster seems obsessed with the past, trying to undo some mistake he made.. One of the children has a wounded leg, said to have been hurt several years ago and have yet to recover, and no-one except the Kind Faerie seems to acknowledge Yuliya's presence.

The game is an atmospheric first person exploration game, mainly revolving around puzzle solving and exploration.

Déraciné was released in November of 2018 to mixed reviews. It was generally well received among fans, selling over 3000 copies in its first week in Japan alone, but critics were more negative, giving it an average of 68/100.

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\nDéraciné ''Déraciné'' is a VR video game an EnvironmentalNarrativeGame with light [[PuzzleGame puzzle]] elements, developed by Creator/FROMSoftware and SIE Japan Studio, and released by Sony Entertainment.

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Entertainment in November 2018 for UsefulNotes/Playstation4 VR.

Its premise is that in
the countryside, a group of young children are raised by the headmaster of an old boarding school. One of these children, a girl named Yuliya, can talk to faeries, and a new one has recently arrived at the school. The Kind Faerie goes around the school, helping and playing with the children, but it soon becomes apparent that there is something odd about the inhabitants of this school. The headmaster seems obsessed with the past, trying to undo some mistake he made.. One of the children has a wounded leg, said to have been hurt several years ago and have yet to recover, and no-one except the Kind Faerie seems to acknowledge Yuliya's presence.

The game is an atmospheric first person exploration game, mainly revolving around puzzle solving and exploration.

Déraciné was released in November of 2018 to mixed reviews. It was generally well received among fans, selling over 3000 copies in its first week in Japan alone, but critics were more negative, giving it an average of 68/100.

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* WasOnceAMan: All faeries seen in the game were once human. The Evil Faerie was presumably one of the Rhonian scholars, the Wicked Faerie was [[spoiler:Yuliya]], and you, the Kind Faerie, was [[spoiler:Alexis]].

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* WasOnceAMan: All faeries seen in the game were once human. The Evil Faerie was presumably one of the Rhonian scholars, the Wicked Faerie was [[spoiler:Yuliya]], and you, the Kind Faerie, was [[spoiler:Alexis]].[[spoiler:Alexis]].
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* ArcWords: Every new faerie gets a little gift.


* BackFromTheDead: Using their red ring of life, a Faerie can drain Time from someone and give it to someone else of roughly similar size. By draining a snake, the Kind Faerie can resurrect a mouse. [[spoiler: The Kind Faerie can also resurrect Yuliya, but... See CameBackWrong.]]



* TheFairFolk: You play as the Kind Faerie, one of the three faeries we've seen in game.

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* TheFairFolk: You play as the Kind Faerie, one of the three faeries we've seen we see in game.



* ISeeDeadPeople: Yuliya can't ''see'' Faeries, but she can interact with them. [[spoiler:It's because her life-force was used to make you a faerie]].



* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Humans can become Faeries (who are invisible, and partially incorporeal) after dying.



* ThemeNaming: The faeries gain nicknames based on their actions. The Kind Faerie is kind, obviously, while the Evil and Wicked Faerie are evil.

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* ThemeNaming: The faeries gain nicknames based on their actions. The Kind Faerie is kind, obviously, while the Evil and Wicked Faerie are evil.kill senselessly.

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* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler:Yuliya is resurrected by you in the past. She comes back as some kind of faerie, calling herself a "Wicked Faerie", and drains the life from her family, unable to stop herself.]]


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* TheFairFolk: You play as the Kind Faerie, one of the three faeries we've seen in game.


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* OurFairiesAreDifferent: Faeries are invisible fey who were originally human (the ones we see in the game, at least). Every faerie carries a blue ring of time, and a red ring of life. Using a golden wand, they can drain the life from humans and use it to travel in time. However, since most faeries have regrets from their human lives, they're drawn to kill people, so that they might undo those mistakes. Three faeries are seen in game:
** The [[PlayerCharacter Kind Faerie]] [[spoiler:was a baby in its human life]], and has no regrets, so it has no incentive to kill.
** The Evil Faerie was presumably an adult, and kills many times to go back in time.
** The Wicked Faerie is [[spoiler:Yuliya, who became a faerie after you resurrected her using a red ring]].

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** During a trip to the past, you can find a doll that looks like the VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}} doll.

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* MythologyGag: The name Yuliya has made appearances in all recent FROM Soft games.

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[[caption-width-right:350:Every new faerie gets a little gift]]


Déraciné is a VR video game developed by Creator/FROMSoftware and SIE Japan Studio, and released by Sony Entertainment.

In the countryside, a group of young children are raised by the headmaster of an old boarding school. One of these children, a girl named Yuliya, can talk to faeries, and a new one has recently arrived at the school. The Kind Faerie goes around the school, helping and playing with the children, but it soon becomes apparent that there is something odd about the inhabitants of this school. The headmaster seems obsessed with the past, trying to undo some mistake he made.. One of the children has a wounded leg, said to have been hurt several years ago and have yet to recover, and no-one except the Kind Faerie seems to acknowledge Yuliya's presence.

The game is an atmospheric first person exploration game, mainly revolving around puzzle solving and exploration.

Déraciné was released in November of 2018 to mixed reviews. It was generally well received among fans, selling over 3000 copies in its first week in Japan alone, but critics were more negative, giving it an average of 68/100.

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!!Déraciné provides examples of the following tropes
* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler:Yuliya died the night you became a faerie.]] [[spoiler:You killed her.]]
* DontGoIntoTheWoods: Robb's Forest is the site of many disappearances. The Evil Faerie is responsible.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:The Headmaster asks the Kind Faerie to take his time and use it to help a young girl. Laurence tries the same to save his friends, but it's unsuccessful]].
* MeaningfulName: Déraciné means someone that has been uprooted and removed from their natural environment, much like [[spoiler:Yuliya is]].
* OurTimeTravelIsDifferent: Faeries can travel in time by using time taken from a living being. The time can also be used to resurrect the dead. It's implied that the time travel is the main reason for people to become faeries, as they can undo their past mistakes.
* SenselessSacrifice: [[spoiler:Laurence gives up his remaining time so that the Kind Faerie can go back in time to prevent the others from leaving, and thus save them from the Evil Faerie. It's hopeless]].
* ThemeNaming: The faeries gain nicknames based on their actions. The Kind Faerie is kind, obviously, while the Evil and Wicked Faerie are evil.
* WasOnceAMan: All faeries seen in the game were once human. The Evil Faerie was presumably one of the Rhonian scholars, the Wicked Faerie was [[spoiler:Yuliya]], and you, the Kind Faerie, was [[spoiler:Alexis]].

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