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''Just a Cleric: Scholar of the First Wuss'' is a 2016 PC action game by [[http://www.dxfgames.com DXF Games]]. After a FighterMageThief trio of adventurers get turned into charcoal by a passing dragon, their wussy [[ReligionIsMagic Cleric]] companion vows to become a powerful warrior on his own and avenge them.

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''Just a Cleric: Scholar of the First Wuss'' is a 2016 PC [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] action game by [[http://www.dxfgames.com DXF Games]]. After a FighterMageThief trio of adventurers get turned into charcoal by a passing dragon, their wussy [[ReligionIsMagic Cleric]] companion vows to become a powerful warrior on his own and avenge them.


* MythologyGag: Several items and mechanics come from the author's previous works, including the currently unreleased ''Hasslevania 2''.

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* MythologyGag: Several items and mechanics come from the author's previous works, including the currently unreleased cancelled ''Hasslevania 2''.

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* NostalgiaLevel: The final stage reuses the graphics and some of the level design from the Dragon's Lair area from ''VideoGame/WeebishMines''.


It runs in the same engine used in ''Weebish Mines'' and shares a [[TheVerse verse]] with ''VideoGame/EquinTheLantern'', though it has nothing to do with it story-wise.

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It runs in the same engine used in ''Weebish Mines'' ''VideoGame/WeebishMines'' and shares a [[TheVerse verse]] with ''VideoGame/EquinTheLantern'', though it has nothing to do with it story-wise.



* NewWorkRecycledGraphics: The game is built off of ''Weebish Mines''' engine and reuses several graphics and enemies from it.

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* NewWorkRecycledGraphics: The game is built off of ''Weebish Mines''' ''VideoGame/WeebishMines''' engine and reuses several graphics and enemies from it.



* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Weebish Mines'' and ''VideoGame/{{Hasslevania}}''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Weebish Mines'' ''VideoGame/WeebishMines'' and ''VideoGame/{{Hasslevania}}''.


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* SkillPointReset:SkillPointReset: One of the town merchants can reset your attribute points for a cheap price.


Shares a [[TheVerse verse]] with ''VideoGame/EquinTheLantern'' but has nothing to do with it story-wise.

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Shares It runs in the same engine used in ''Weebish Mines'' and shares a [[TheVerse verse]] with ''VideoGame/EquinTheLantern'' but ''VideoGame/EquinTheLantern'', though it has nothing to do with it story-wise.


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* NewWorkRecycledGraphics: The game is built off of ''Weebish Mines''' engine and reuses several graphics and enemies from it.
* NoRespectGuy: Several characters make light of the titular Cleric, calling him a wuss.


** An update added the [[VideoGame/DarkSoulsII "Scholar of the First Wuss"]] subtitle.

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** An update added the [[VideoGame/DarkSoulsII "Scholar of the First Wuss"]] subtitle. Also, the final boss in this game, the Ancient Dragon, shares its name with a boss from ''Dark Souls II''.

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Shares a [[TheVerse verse]] with ''VideoGame/EquinTheLantern'' but has nothing to do with it story-wise.

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* RandomlyDrops: There are three tiers of random items that can drop out of enemies and chests. The golden tier only becomes available on NewGamePlus. Enemies and objects can also drop items that are used to upgrade equipment.
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* RandomlyDrops: There are three tiers of random items that can drop out of enemies and chests. The golden tier only becomes available on NewGamePlus. Enemies and objects can also drop items that are used to upgrade equipment.
equipment. At one point, the hidden stat boosters were changed to be like this as well.
* {{Retraux}}{{Retraux}}: The game has a GraphicsInducedSuperDeformed cutesy 8-bit look.
* SetBonus: Some equipment can be combined for special effects.


* FallingDamage: It is based on your equip load.



* NotTheFallThatKillsYou: The heavier you are, the more damage you take when you land from high above.


* {{Cap}}: An update made Level cap at 16. Each stat caps at 99 and you can reach that by collecting hidden stat boosters over several replays.

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* {{Cap}}: An update made Level cap at 16. Each stat caps at 99 and you can reach that by collecting 99, but the hidden stat boosters over several replays.[[{{Nerf}} once used to reach that]] stop appearing once you hit the level cap. Money caps at 9999.


* OrbitingParticleShield: The Priestly Pyro spell creates a wheel of fire around the Cleric that lasts longer the more Faith points you have. It does light damage but also stunlocks enemies, [[GameBreaker practically winning you the game]]. The one downside is that it doesn't work underwater.

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* OrbitingParticleShield: The Priestly Pyro spell creates a wheel of fire around the Cleric that lasts longer the more Faith points you have. It does light damage but also stunlocks enemies, enemies. As it used to [[GameBreaker practically winning you win the game]]. The game]] on its own, it got [[{{nerf}} nerfed]] in an update so its duration time decreases every time it hits an enemy. Its one downside is that it doesn't work underwater.


''Just a Cleric: Scholar of the First Wuss'' is a 2016 PC action game by DXF Games. After a FighterMageThief trio of adventurers get turned into charcoal by a passing dragon, their wussy [[ReligionIsMagic Cleric]] companion vows to become a powerful warrior on his own and avenge them.

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''Just a Cleric: Scholar of the First Wuss'' is a 2016 PC action game by [[http://www.dxfgames.com DXF Games.Games]]. After a FighterMageThief trio of adventurers get turned into charcoal by a passing dragon, their wussy [[ReligionIsMagic Cleric]] companion vows to become a powerful warrior on his own and avenge them.



** Del Duio appears as one of the quest givers in the town hub.

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** Del Duio appears as one of the quest givers in the unnamed town hub.


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* HealThyself: The Cleric's Healing Touch spell costs half of his PP meter and gets better the more FAI he has. Some items also have a weaker healing spell that comes out instantly. You can actually turtle out of most fights to wait for the PP meter to fill, so maybe that's why they call the Cleric a wuss.


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* InterfaceScrew: Sandstorms will briefly blind the Cleric.


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* LuminescentBlush: The Cleric turns tomato-red out of shame whenever he fails a mission.


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* ShockAndAwe: The Fryar Fry summons a BoltOfDivineRetribution around the Cleric. It is powerful, but timing is required to hit enemies to the side of the Cleric. It also costs your entire PP meter, so it [[AwesomeButImpractical won't see much use]] when you get more practical ways of killing things.


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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Milk recharges the Cleric's PP meter. The head priest is also seen complaining that the pub doesn't sell milk.


* CriticalStatusBuff: The [[KatanasAreJustBetter Katana]] becomes stronger and faster at 2 HP.

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* CriticalStatusBuff: The [[KatanasAreJustBetter Katana]] becomes stronger and faster at 2 HP. The Ninja Suit is meant to be combined with it, as it sets your HP to 2 and lowers weight by 8 to try to prevent fall damage.

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