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* OfferingsToTheGods: On a couple of levels, there are altars at which the player is instructed to sacrifice either a summoned creature, or an apple; if they do so, they are rewarded with a number of creatures.


* TrueFinalBoss: [[spoiler: After finally defeating the Necromagus, Aurax returns in triumph to Numinon, the BigGood... who turns out not to be as good as everyone thought.]]

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* TrueFinalBoss: [[spoiler: After finally defeating the Necromagus, Aurax returns in triumph to Numinon, the BigGood... who turns out not to be as good as everyone thought.]]]]
* WardensAreEvil: Glut certainly is.

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* HolyWater: It's an artefact that casts the ''bury'' spell when used, destroying undead creatures within range that don't make their saving throw.

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* MagicAmpersand: The stylized ampersand is clearly visible despite the word and being spelled out in some instances.


* CoupDeGraceCutscene: After Aurax defeats [[spoiler:vampire!Gaion in battle, her]] final death is shown in a separate cutscene.



* MercyKill: After Aurax defeats [[spoiler:vampire!Gaion]] in battle, a cutscene shows [[spoiler:her begging him to stake her so she can [[DyingAsYourself die as herself]]. He does.]]

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* MercyKill: After [[spoiler:Vampire!Gaion begs Aurax defeats [[spoiler:vampire!Gaion]] in battle, a cutscene shows [[spoiler:her begging him to stake her so she can [[DyingAsYourself die as herself]]. He does.]]

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* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: The wizard Malduc challenges Cornelius and his allies to a 'game' -- each side starts with zero mana, five Elves and five Fauns. If it looks like he's going to lose, he promptly regains all his mana and he and his apprentice attack the heroes with everything they've got. Cornelius protests, to which Malduc retorts "This is my game, and my rules."

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* MarketBasedTitle: Released as ''Duel: The Mage Wars'' in the US.


* ChainLighting: Becomes available fairly early on. There is also a non-chain ''Lightning'' spell which attacks a single target.

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* ChainLighting: ChainLightning: Becomes available fairly early on. There is also a non-chain ''Lightning'' spell which attacks a single target.

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* ChainLighting: Becomes available fairly early on. There is also a non-chain ''Lightning'' spell which attacks a single target.


* {{Claymation}}: Used for the cutscenes.

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* {{Claymation}}: Used for the cutscenes. The in-game models are sprites, but they're made to look like this style.


* {{Familiar}}: Hermes the raven, the game's method of feeding useful information to the player. [[spoiler: You learn near the end that he actually isn't, since Lucan's familiar is a cat. In the very end it turns out "he" is Morgana le Fey in disguise.]]

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* {{Familiar}}: Hermes the raven, the game's method of feeding useful information to the player. [[spoiler: You learn near the end that he actually isn't, since Lucan's familiar is a cat. In the very end it turns out "he" is Morgana le Fey in disguise.under the effect of a BalefulPolymorph.]]


* {{Familiar}}: Hermes the raven, the game's method of feeding useful information to the player.

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* {{Familiar}}: Hermes the raven, the game's method of feeding useful information to the player. [[spoiler: You learn near the end that he actually isn't, since Lucan's familiar is a cat. In the very end it turns out "he" is Morgana le Fey in disguise.]]


* ReforgedIntoAMinion: [[spoiler:Poor Gaion.]].

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* ReforgedIntoAMinion: [[spoiler:Poor Gaion.]].Gaion]].
* RookieMaleExperiencedFemale: Aurax is a novice wizard; Gaion is his first {{mentor}}.

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* LeaveHimToMe: In Karnak Prison, one of your fellow prisoners tries to take on Glut, the warder, single-handed, and promptly gets killed.


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* SequenceBreaking: In the "Tavern" level the three drunken wizards don't become hostile until you've spoken to Daephus. If you force an attack on them (by holding down 'A') they won't fight back, and you can kill all three without any risk.

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* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler: Numinon's demon form.]]

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