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* {{Projeggtile}}: One of the attacks of the urkey MiniBoss in the first level.

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* {{Projeggtile}}: One of the attacks of the urkey The Turkey MiniBoss in of the first level.level in the third game will sometimes lay a bouncing, damaging egg.

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* {{Projeggtile}}: One of the attacks of the urkey MiniBoss in the first level.


* BigBoosHaunt: The Haunted House, the third stage of ''The Great Circus Mystery''.



* CharacterSelectForcing: The knight forms of Mickey and Donald in the third game work differently. Mickey can walk and jump with his shield raised, but Donald can only hide in his barrel and roll clumsily. Because of this, while fighting against the Cannon Dog, Donald has to rely on him always shooting low, [[SpitefulAI which may not happen often.]]

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* CharacterSelectForcing: CharacterSelectForcing:
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The knight forms of Mickey and Donald in the third game work differently. Mickey can walk and jump with his shield raised, but Donald can only hide in his barrel and roll clumsily. Because of this, while fighting against the Cannon Dog, Donald has to rely on him always shooting low, [[SpitefulAI which may not happen often.]]



* CircusOfFear: The first stage of ''The Great Circus Mystery'' is a circus that is being invaded by Baron Pete's mooks.



* DefeatMeansFriendship / HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:After being beaten by Mickey for the third time, Pete finally decides to turn over a new leaf and become a better ruler for Storybook Land]] (see also: MeanCharacterNiceActor).

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* DefeatMeansFriendship / HeelFaceTurn: DeathMountain: Pete's Peak in the first game, which can get so windy the higher up you go that it can knock you off the mountain and cost you a life.
* DefeatMeansFriendship:
[[spoiler:After being beaten by Mickey for the third time, Pete finally decides to turn over a new leaf and become a better ruler for Storybook Land]] (see also: MeanCharacterNiceActor).



* GangplankGalleon: The Airship in the third game is a flying version of this.



* JungleJapes: The Jungle, the second stage from ''The Great Circus Mystery''.



* LethalLavaLand: Fire Grotto in the first game contains a lot of lava pits to avoid.
* TheLostWoods: The second stage in both ''Magical Quest 1'' (Dark Forest) and ''3'' (Spore Forest). A similar stage in ''2'' is taken up by the Jungle.



* PromotedToPlayable[=/=]AscendedExtra: Donald gradually gets this. In the first game, Donald only appears in the title and during the ending cutscene. In the second he has a slightly bigger role of giving Mickey and Minnie their first costume. In the third, he's now the second playable character after Mickey.

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* PromotedToPlayable[=/=]AscendedExtra: PromotedToPlayable: Donald gradually gets this. In the first game, Donald only appears in the title and during the ending cutscene. In the second he has a slightly bigger role of giving Mickey and Minnie their first costume. In the third, he's now the second playable character after Mickey.



* SlippySlideyIceWorld: A recurring setting in the trilogy as the penultimate level.



* UndergroundLevel: Each of the three games has this kind of level mixed with ''another'' video game setting: ''The Magical Quest'' had Fire Grotto, which mixes this and LethalLavaLand; ''The Great Circus Mystery'' had The Caves, which mixes this and {{Prehistoria}}; and ''Disney's Magical Quest 3'' had Shell Ocean, which mixes this and UnderTheSea.



* VideogameSettings: Each of the three games have all sorts of different areas and terrains:
** BigBoosHaunt: The Haunted House, the third stage of ''The Great Circus Mystery''.
** CircusOfFear: The first stage of ''The Great Circus Mystery'' is a circus that is being invaded by Baron Pete's mooks.
** DeathMountain: Pete's Peak in the first game, which can get so windy the higher up you go that it can knock you off the mountain and cost you a life.
** GangplankGalleon: The Airship in the third game is a flying version of this.
** JungleJapes: The Jungle, the second stage from ''The Great Circus Mystery''.
** LethalLavaLand: Fire Grotto in the first game contains a lot of lava pits to avoid.
** TheLostWoods: The second stage in both ''Magical Quest 1'' (Dark Forest) and ''3'' (Spore Forest). A similar stage in ''2'' is taken up by the Jungle (see above).
** SlippySlideyIceWorld: A recurring setting in the trilogy as the penultimate level.
** UndergroundLevel: Each of the three games has this kind of level mixed with ''another'' video game setting: ''The Magical Quest'' had Fire Grotto, which mixes this and LethalLavaLand; ''The Great Circus Mystery'' had The Caves, which mixes this and {{Prehistoria}}; and ''Disney's Magical Quest 3'' had Shell Ocean, which mixes this and UnderTheSea.
** TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: Pete's castles in all three games serves as the final challenge for the players.

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* VideogameSettings: Each of the three games have all sorts of different areas and terrains:
** BigBoosHaunt: The Haunted House, the third stage of ''The Great Circus Mystery''.
** CircusOfFear: The first stage of ''The Great Circus Mystery'' is a circus that is being invaded by Baron Pete's mooks.
** DeathMountain: Pete's Peak in the first game, which can get so windy the higher up you go that it can knock you off the mountain and cost you a life.
** GangplankGalleon: The Airship in the third game is a flying version of this.
** JungleJapes: The Jungle, the second stage from ''The Great Circus Mystery''.
** LethalLavaLand: Fire Grotto in the first game contains a lot of lava pits to avoid.
** TheLostWoods: The second stage in both ''Magical Quest 1'' (Dark Forest) and ''3'' (Spore Forest). A similar stage in ''2'' is taken up by the Jungle (see above).
** SlippySlideyIceWorld: A recurring setting in the trilogy as the penultimate level.
** UndergroundLevel: Each of the three games has this kind of level mixed with ''another'' video game setting: ''The Magical Quest'' had Fire Grotto, which mixes this and LethalLavaLand; ''The Great Circus Mystery'' had The Caves, which mixes this and {{Prehistoria}}; and ''Disney's Magical Quest 3'' had Shell Ocean, which mixes this and UnderTheSea.
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TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: Pete's castles in all three games serves as the final challenge for the players.

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* WintryAuroralSky: The first game's ice mountains have this in the background.


A series of three video games, released by Creator/{{Capcom}} for the Super Nintendo, and later ported to UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance. The Magical Quest games take WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse and (depending on the installment,) WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse or WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck on a quest to give [[{{Pete}} Peg-Leg-Pete]] the boot, out of the Magical worlds.

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A series of three video games, released by Creator/{{Capcom}} for the Super Nintendo, and later ported to UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance. The Magical Quest games take WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse and (depending on the installment,) WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse or WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck on a quest to give [[{{Pete}} [[{{WesternAnimation/Pete}} Peg-Leg-Pete]] the boot, out of the Magical worlds.


* MovesetClone: Mickey as the Ryu, with the Ken role being filled by Minnie in the second game (and GBA port of the first game), and by WesternAnimationDonaldDuck in the third, though Donald plays slightly differently from Minnie.

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* MovesetClone: Mickey as the Ryu, with the Ken role being filled by Minnie in the second game (and GBA port of the first game), and by WesternAnimationDonaldDuck WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck in the third, though Donald plays slightly differently from Minnie.


* ButtMonkey: While Mickey gets the coolest costumes, Donald always seems to be getting the ridiculous ones. That doesn't stop them from being useful in their own way.

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* ButtMonkey: While Mickey gets the coolest costumes, Donald always seems to be getting the ridiculous ones. Case in point, while Mickey's armor costume is a proper suit of armor, Donald's instead has him wear a BankruptcyBarrel. That doesn't stop them from being useful in their own way.


* MovesetClone: Mickey as the Ryu, with the Ken role being filled by Minnie in the second game (and GBA port of the first game), and by DonaldDuck in the third. Donald was an example of DivergentCharacterEvolution, as he plays slightly differently from Minnie.

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* MovesetClone: Mickey as the Ryu, with the Ken role being filled by Minnie in the second game (and GBA port of the first game), and by DonaldDuck WesternAnimationDonaldDuck in the third. third, though Donald was an example of DivergentCharacterEvolution, as he plays slightly differently from Minnie.



* PurelyAestheticGender: In the first game's remake and the second game, the difference between playing as Mickey or Minnie is purely visual, the only significant change being that Minnie has her dialogue slightly changed in the first game. However the third game has significant changes between Mickey and Donald's outfits.

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* PurelyAestheticGender: In the first game's remake and the second game, the difference between playing as Mickey or Minnie is purely visual, the only significant change being that Minnie has her some of Minnie's in-game dialogue slightly changed in the first game.game's remake is slightly different from Mickey's. However the third game has significant changes between Mickey and Donald's outfits.


* TheSpiny: There are some enemies in the game series that can't be harmed by jumping on them, such as the walking flames in the third game.



* TurtlePower: A turtle miniboss in the second game.

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* TurtlePower: A The second game features a turtle miniboss in the second game.as a miniboss.


* BankruptcyBarrel: In the third game, Donald's version of the armor costume consists of him wearing a barrel.



* HandOrObjectUnderwear: When Donald loses a life while wearing the armor costume, he will lose the barrel and cover himself with his hands in embarrassment.



* PurelyAestheticGender: In the first game's remake and the second game, the difference between playing as Mickey or Minnie is purely visual, the only significant change being that Minnie has different in-game dialogue. However the third game has significant changes between Mickey and Donald's outfits.

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* PurelyAestheticGender: In the first game's remake and the second game, the difference between playing as Mickey or Minnie is purely visual, the only significant change being that Minnie has different in-game dialogue.her dialogue slightly changed in the first game. However the third game has significant changes between Mickey and Donald's outfits.

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* OneWingedAngel: The final boss fight of the second game has Pete turn into a dragon for the second phase of the fight.


* AllJustADream: [[spoiler:The ending of the first ''Magical Quest''.]]

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* AllJustADream: [[spoiler:The ending of the first ''Magical Quest''.Quest'' reveals that Mickey/Minnie only dreamed about the game's events.]]



* PurelyAestheticGender: In the first game's remake and the second game Mickey and Minnie's changes are merely visual. However the third game has significant changes between Mickey and Donald's outfits.

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* PurelyAestheticGender: In the first game's remake and the second game game, the difference between playing as Mickey and Minnie's changes are merely visual.or Minnie is purely visual, the only significant change being that Minnie has different in-game dialogue. However the third game has significant changes between Mickey and Donald's outfits.



** LethalLavaLand: Fire Grotto in the first game.

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** LethalLavaLand: Fire Grotto in the first game.game contains a lot of lava pits to avoid.


* BigBad: Pete.
** Pete is always cast with imposing titles like ''Emperor'' or ''Baron'', holes up in a dark, ominous castle that looms over the rest of the colorful world, and practices black magic. His only really "evil" acts, like kidnapping Pluto or wrecking the circus, are more like jerkass moves with his only motive [[ForTheEvulz being because he can]].

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* BigBad: Pete.
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Pete is the main villain of the game series and the last boss faced in every game. He is always cast with imposing titles like ''Emperor'' or ''Baron'', holes up in a dark, ominous castle that looms over the rest of the colorful world, and practices black magic. His only really "evil" acts, like kidnapping Pluto or wrecking the circus, are more like jerkass moves with his only motive [[ForTheEvulz being because he can]].



* DegradedBoss: Emporer Pete, the FinalBoss of the first Magical Quest game, returns as a MiniBoss in Magical Quest 2, as a [[SpookyPainting living painting]] in the [[BigBoosHaunt Haunted House]] level.

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* DegradedBoss: Emporer Emperor Pete, the FinalBoss of the first Magical Quest game, returns as a MiniBoss in Magical Quest 2, as a [[SpookyPainting living painting]] in the [[BigBoosHaunt Haunted House]] level.



* GoombaStomp: Which first stuns mooks so you can throw them.

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* GoombaStomp: Which first stuns mooks It is possible to attack enemies by jumping on them. When done on mooks, it can stun them so you can throw them.



* NiceHat: You end up with several by the end of the game.
* OffModel: In the third game, Huey, Dewey, and Louie are the wrong colors (blue, green, and red rather than red, blue, and green).
** [[HilariousInHindsight Unless of course]] you're following [[WebAnimation/{{Ducktalez}} Datadog's]] naming pattern.

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* NiceHat: You end up with several impressive forms of headgear by the end of the game.
* OffModel: In the third game, Huey, Dewey, and Louie are the wrong colors (blue, green, and red rather than red, blue, and green). \n** [[HilariousInHindsight Unless of course]] you're following [[WebAnimation/{{Ducktalez}} Datadog's]] naming pattern.



** Wait, [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything doesn't this plot]] [[HilariousInHindsight sound]] [[VideoGame/DokiDokiPanic familiar]]?


A series of three video games, released by Creator/{{Capcom}} for the Super Nintendo, and later ported to GameBoyAdvance. The Magical Quest games take WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse and (depending on the installment,) WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse or WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck on a quest to give [[{{Pete}} Peg-Leg-Pete]] the boot, out of the Magical worlds.

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A series of three video games, released by Creator/{{Capcom}} for the Super Nintendo, and later ported to GameBoyAdvance.UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance. The Magical Quest games take WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse and (depending on the installment,) WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse or WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck on a quest to give [[{{Pete}} Peg-Leg-Pete]] the boot, out of the Magical worlds.


A series of three video games, released by {{Capcom}} for the Super Nintendo, and later ported to GameBoyAdvance. The Magical Quest games take WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse and (depending on the installment,) WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse or WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck on a quest to give [[{{Pete}} Peg-Leg-Pete]] the boot, out of the Magical worlds.

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A series of three video games, released by {{Capcom}} Creator/{{Capcom}} for the Super Nintendo, and later ported to GameBoyAdvance. The Magical Quest games take WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse and (depending on the installment,) WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse or WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck on a quest to give [[{{Pete}} Peg-Leg-Pete]] the boot, out of the Magical worlds.

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