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** Rose Ring's:
---> "grants you the power to bring world revolution"



** The FlavorText of the Rose Ring is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".

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** The FlavorText TenuouslyConnectedFlavorText of the Rose Ring is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".


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* TenuouslyConnectedFlavorText: From ''Friend's Quest'', the "rose ring", talking about "world revolution" when the known world's just a maze, with no system of government or anything, until the FinalBoss, and the only known ruler, King Ur, is finally seen. It's primarily a ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' reference:
--> "grants you the power to bring world revolution"


* FamilyThemeNaming: Bees and Wasp are siblings, both named for members of the Apocrita family of insects.



* FamilyThemeNaming: Bees and Wasp are siblings, both named for members of the Apocrita family of insects.


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** hot rock + hot rock = rock candy
** self + loaf = self-loofing


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** lickystick:
---> meld with self to increase mp by 1!

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* PowerDyesYourHair: Well, technically a depower. In ''Friend's Quest'', melding the "self" with a "loaf", results in "self-loofing", with green hair, and "you feel miserable", along with a decrease in all stats by one, from base "self".


* CargoShip: From ''Friend's Quest'', the "hot rock" and its FlavorText:
--> strangely attractive, for a rock.



* RareCandy: Multiple types:
** The candies of ''Friend's Quest''. "rock candy" and "candy" both say:
---> meld with self to increase hp by 2!
** "psycho star", which can be melded with the "self":
---> known to increase one's psycho power.



classic starter weapon.

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classic starter weapon.\\


''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a "cozy cyberpunk dystopia" created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind ''VideoGame/IttleDew'' and ''VideoGame/CardCityNights'') You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]

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''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a "cozy cyberpunk dystopia" created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind ''VideoGame/IttleDew'' and ''VideoGame/CardCityNights'') You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]



[ok] [good]\\

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[ok] [good]\\[good]


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NeedsWikiMagicLove


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* StationaryEnemy: PreexistingEncounters in the ''Friend's Quest'', the FauxFirstPerson3D-type {{Minigame}}. The corridors aren't wide enough to go around them, but some can be skipped.


* ButThouMust: The beginning of the ''Friend's Quest'' {{minigame}}, which opens with a warning message and two options that do the same thing:
--> warning!\\
your 4 friends have been stolen by vagabonds!\\
[ok] [good]\\



* ShoutOut: The FlavorText of the Rose Ring of Friend Quest is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".

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* ShoutOut: Mainly in ''Friend's Quest'':
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The FlavorText of the Rose Ring of Friend Quest is one to ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', as a reference to the Rose Signets, and "grants you the power to bring world revolution".revolution".
** The ones that are wallpapers:
*** ''VideoGame/CardCityNights1'' StartScreen
*** ''VideoGame/IttleDew1'' StartScreen
*** ''VideoGame/IttleDew2'' Tiled pictures of Ittle lying on Tippsie with a skull.


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* StarterEquipment: From ''Friend's Quest'', as it says:
--> knife.\\
classic starter weapon.
+2 atk


* AlwaysNight: When Blunda appears, and says "G'morning", when "its the middle of the night", she responds that:
"it always is here, isn't it.", then someone mentions "some sunlight" breaking through a few days ago.

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* AlwaysNight: When Blunda appears, and says "G'morning", when "its the middle of the night", she responds that:
that: "it always is here, isn't it.", then someone mentions "some sunlight" breaking through a few days ago.


''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a "cozy cyberpunk dystopia" created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind VideoGame/IttleDew and VideoGame/CardCityNights) You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]

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''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a "cozy cyberpunk dystopia" created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind VideoGame/IttleDew ''VideoGame/IttleDew'' and VideoGame/CardCityNights) ''VideoGame/CardCityNights'') You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]


* BioAugmentation: Neo Dea is Dea after undergoing GENEUS CORP's psychic powers genetic engineering, which also gives her a beak, instead of a mouth.



* ThirdEye: Ur has a red mark on their forehead in that location, and they have psychic powers.

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* ThirdEye: ThirdEye:
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Ur has a red mark on their forehead in that location, and they have psychic powers.powers.
** ''Friend's Quest'' has a item called "third eye" that boosts MP, which is implied, in the Psycho Crystal FlavorText, to be a measure of psychic power, instead of Mana Power, Magic Power, or any other acronym.


''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a 'cozy cyberpunk dystopia' created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind VideoGame/IttleDew and VideoGame/CardCityNights) You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]

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''[=PsyCard=]'' is a VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}-like game set in a 'cozy "cozy cyberpunk dystopia' dystopia" created by Creator/{{Ludosity}}. (The same people behind VideoGame/IttleDew and VideoGame/CardCityNights) You are one of four friends freeloading it up on your rich {{cyborg}} friend's couch. She wants you out... once in a while, you can still sleep there and since your rather enamored with this [[NameDrop PsyCard]] game on TV, maybe you can do that as a hobby. Using your awesome psychic powers (which you somehow have and are, apparently, ONLY useful for playing [=PsyCard=]) you'll climb through the ranks, playing from tourney to tourney, in the hope that you'll make it to the Grand Tournament, because... [[ExcusePlot you really have nothing better to do.]]



** The Rose Ring's is:

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** The Rose Ring's is:Ring's:



* FamilyThemeNaming: Bees and Wasp are siblings, both named for members of the Apocrita family of insects.



* InterchangableAntimatterKeys: In ''Friend's Quest'', keys disappear when used, justified as them being old and poorly made, or just magically disappearing, for the gold keys.
* ManaPoints: Called MP, they appear in Friend Quest, and have to be gathered during battle to cast spells.

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* InterchangableAntimatterKeys: InterchangeableAntimatterKeys: In ''Friend's Quest'', keys disappear when used, justified as them being old and poorly made, or just magically disappearing, for the gold keys.
* ManaPoints: Called ManaPoints:
** The main game has stars that are found during rounds, allowing players to use their psychic powers.
** ''Friend's Quest'': They're called
MP, they appear in Friend Quest, and have to be gathered during battle to cast spells.


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* OneWordTitle: "[=PsyCard=]" is written in CamelCase, and is actually one word, not two.


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** Wasp


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* {{Portmantitle}}: "[=PsyCard=]" = Psy + Card.


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* TeamNormal: Dea has no psychic powers, or almost none, as that was the result of the tests done during her schooling. She can focus to detect fruit cards, and reveal the hints that all other psychics see on their cards.


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* ThirdEye: Ur has a red mark on their forehead in that location, and they have psychic powers.

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* AWinnerIsYou: The ending to ''Friend's Quest'', after defeating King Ur, is a "congratulations" window saying the number of victories, defeats, and how many steps were taken, then a selection to say "ok" or "good", both of which return the player back to the main game's start screen.


* FlavorText: There's some for every item in ''Friend's Quest'':

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* FlavorText: There's some for nearly every item in ''Friend's Quest'':Quest'', for example:



** third eye:
---> a gross ring
** luff:
---> a magical loof with healing properties



* ItemCrafting: In ''Friend's Quest'', items can be melded with other items to produce new items. The mechanic is also how items are applied to the player character, melding the stat boosting items to the self.

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* ItemCrafting: In ''Friend's Quest'', items can be melded with other items to produce new items. The mechanic is also how items are applied to the player character, melding the stat boosting items to the self. Some examples are:


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** lickystick + lickystick = hell goop
** candy + candy = lickystick
** eye orb + ring = third eye
** eye orb + sword = black sword
* InterchangableAntimatterKeys: In ''Friend's Quest'', keys disappear when used, justified as them being old and poorly made, or just magically disappearing, for the gold keys.

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