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* BalefulPolymorph: The Princess was transformed into a hideous beast after she unwittingly ate the forbidden Wisdom fruit.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler:Downey]] was captured by Elvira and brainwashed to turn against the heroes.

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* BalefulPolymorph: The Princess was is transformed into a hideous beast after she unwittingly ate the forbidden Wisdom fruit.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler:Downey]] was is captured by Elvira and brainwashed to turn against the heroes.



* OffScreenRomance: The game's epilogue shows that Fierro is engaged to Josefine, even though their interactions prior to the scene never hinted at romance. The justification for this is that the epilogue takes place after a CosmicRetcon, and the two characters would probably have a romantic build-up in this new continuity (which the protagonist, and the audience, don't get to see).

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* OffScreenRomance: The game's epilogue shows that Fierro [[spoiler:Fierro]] is engaged to Josefine, [[spoiler:Josefine]], even though their interactions prior to the scene never hinted hint at romance. The justification for this is that the epilogue takes place after a CosmicRetcon, and the two characters would probably have a romantic build-up in this new continuity (which the protagonist, and the audience, don't get to see).


* DiscountLesbians: Joelle is engaged to Linette, but since fairies don't actually have genders, they don't technically qualify as lesbians, even if they both ''look'' female and are referred to in female pronouns.

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* DiscountLesbians: Joelle is engaged to Linette, but since fairies don't actually have genders, NoBiologicalSex, they don't technically qualify as lesbians, even if they both ''look'' female and are referred to in female pronouns.


* DeathEqualsRedemption: The only way to free [[spoiler:Downey]] from Elvira's brainwashing is to kill him.



* RedemptionEqualsDeath: The only way to free [[spoiler:Downey]] from Elvira's brainwashing is to kill him.


** Odin only has 10 HP. Even the official walkthrough states that it's no fun to fight.

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** Odin only has 10 HP.HP, and unlike the Caitsith, doesn't even have a special requirement to encounter. Even the official walkthrough states that it's no fun to fight.


''Eternal Eden'' is a trialware RPG created by [[http://www.blossomsoft.com/ Elder/Blossomsoft]] using VideoGame/RPGMaker VX, and is very loosely based on Literature/TheBible.

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''Eternal Eden'' is a trialware RPG created by [[http://www.blossomsoft.com/ Elder/Blossomsoft]] using VideoGame/RPGMaker UsefulNotes/RPGMaker VX, and is very loosely based on Literature/TheBible.


* NiceJobBreakingItHero: The whole conflict started when one of the protagonist decided to take the forbidden Fruit of Wisdom.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: The whole conflict started when one of the protagonist decided protagonists decide to take the forbidden Fruit of Wisdom.


''Eternal Eden'' is a trialware RPG created by [[http://www.blossomsoft.com/ Elder/Blossomsoft]] using RPG Maker VX, and is very loosely based on Literature/TheBible.

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''Eternal Eden'' is a trialware RPG created by [[http://www.blossomsoft.com/ Elder/Blossomsoft]] using RPG Maker VideoGame/RPGMaker VX, and is very loosely based on Literature/TheBible.


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* EquipmentUpgrade: Fierro's nun-chucks are improved by upgrading them with Bravestones.


* RealityWarper: The universe which the game takes place is apparently created by [[spoiler:Noah]] to cover up the truth that [[spoiler:''he'' was the one who ate the Wisdom Fruit and unleashed the chaos]].

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* RealityWarper: The universe in which the game takes place is apparently created by [[spoiler:Noah]] to cover up the truth that [[spoiler:''he'' was the one who ate the Wisdom Fruit and unleashed the chaos]].


* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Pretty much everyone who live in Eden. The story begins with the main characters celebrating their Princess' 900th birthday.

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* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Pretty much everyone who live in Eden.Eden, since everyone is immortal. The story begins with the main characters celebrating their Princess' 900th birthday.



* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead: Josefine, an amnesiac VampireHunter who helped the heroes confront Elvira, and eventually face the BigBad with them. And she attracts Fierro enough to make him stop flirting with Jean.

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* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead: Josefine, an amnesiac VampireHunter who helped the heroes confront Elvira, and eventually face the BigBad with them. And she attracts Fierro enough to make him stop flirting with Jean.


* RetGone: [[spoiler:Downey]] does not appear in the Epilogue. Granted, [[spoiler:being a manifestation of Noah, he never actually existed]], and is thus erased from the "true" reality.

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* RetGone: [[spoiler:Downey]] does not appear in the Epilogue. Granted, [[spoiler:being a manifestation of Noah, Noah's guilt]], he never actually existed]], doesn't technically exist, and is thus erased from the "true" reality.


The story begins in Eden, where immortality reigns. Everything that anyone could ever need is provided for, and everyone can live an immortal life of perfect peace and harmony, with one condition: do not eat the forbidden fruit. But, one fateful day, one of the children disobeys the rule, and the world is plunged into darkness. It is then up to the main characters to find a way to restore their Paradise.

A direct sequel, ''Eternal Eden: Ecclesia'' was announced shortly after the game's release, but entered DevelopmentHell. In 2015, Blossomsoft announced that the sequel chapter would be cancelled, and the story planned for it would be incorporated into the reboot of the original title, which is currently in development.

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The story begins in Eden, where immortality reigns. Everything that anyone could ever need or want is provided for, and everyone can live an immortal life of perfect peace and harmony, with one condition: do not don't eat the forbidden fruit. But, one fateful day, one of the children disobeys the that one rule, and the world is plunged into darkness. It is then up to the main characters to find a way to restore their Paradise.

A direct sequel, ''Eternal Eden: Ecclesia'' was announced shortly after the game's release, but soon entered DevelopmentHell. In 2015, Blossomsoft announced that the sequel chapter would be cancelled, and the story planned for it would be incorporated into the reboot of the original title, which is currently in development.


* LastMinuteHookup: In the new reality of the epilogue, Fierro is suddenly engaged to Josefine. Justified since the ending basically takes place in AlternateUniverse, where the two likely had more romantic encounters than what was shown on-screen. And to be fair, they do exchange some meaningful interactions over the course of the game, just nothing that could be interpreted as "romantic".


The story begins in Eden, where immortality reigns. Everything that anyone could ever need is provided for, and everyone can live an immortal life of perfect peace and harmony, with one condition: do not eat the forbidden fruit. But one of the children disobeys the rule, and the world is plunged into darkness. It is then up to the main characters to find a way to restore their Paradise.

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The story begins in Eden, where immortality reigns. Everything that anyone could ever need is provided for, and everyone can live an immortal life of perfect peace and harmony, with one condition: do not eat the forbidden fruit. But But, one fateful day, one of the children disobeys the rule, and the world is plunged into darkness. It is then up to the main characters to find a way to restore their Paradise.


* ForbiddenFruit: There's only one rule in Eden: do not eat the aptly named Forbidden Fruit. When one of them inevitably disobeys, the entire world is plunged in darkness.

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* ForbiddenFruit: There's only one rule in Eden: do not eat the aptly named Forbidden Fruit. Wisdom Fruits. When one of them inevitably disobeys, this law is broken, the entire world is plunged in darkness.

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