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* OneSteveLimit: Averted, as aside from the multiple variations of Zeus and Hera and Athena and that's not counting what goes on in the holiday-themed events, there's a huge clusterfuck in the Batman and DC Comics collabs. When the ''Batman Arkham Online'' collaboration was first conceived, there were three separate "Batman" cards in the Rare Egg Machine. When the DC Comics collab was conceived there was no Batman to be found, but instead Harley Quinn showed up in the Dungeon. Then when ''Batman'' returned without the baggage of the defunct games there was a separate Harley Quinn card in the Rare Egg Machine with her Suicide Squad look. Then when DC Comics Collab was reconceived as a ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' collaboration, Affleck...Knightmare/Armored Batman was added to the Rare Egg Machine. Then when that got rebooted as the ''Film/JusticeLeague'' collaboration, "Batman & Cyborg", "Superman & The Flash", and "Wonder Woman & Aquaman" cards were introduced.

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* OneSteveLimit: Averted, as aside from the multiple variations of Zeus and Hera and Athena and that's not counting what goes on in the holiday-themed events, there's a huge clusterfuck in the Batman and DC Comics collabs. When the ''Batman Arkham Online'' collaboration was first conceived, there were three separate "Batman" cards in the Rare Egg Machine. When the DC Comics collab was conceived there was no Batman to be found, but instead Harley Quinn showed up in the Dungeon. Then when ''Batman'' returned without the baggage of the defunct games there was a separate Harley Quinn card in the Rare Egg Machine with her Suicide Squad look. Then when DC Comics Collab was reconceived as a ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' collaboration, Affleck...Knightmare/Armored Batman was added to the Rare Egg Machine. Then when that got rebooted as the ''Film/JusticeLeague'' ''Film/JusticeLeague2017'' collaboration, "Batman & Cyborg", "Superman & The Flash", and "Wonder Woman & Aquaman" cards were introduced.


** For example, Bastet. Her initial evolution had her being the Feline Goddess of Music. Fair enough. Her Wood/Light evolution still showed more of the music. Again, fair enough. But then, her Wood/Dark evolution shown her as a "Midnight Cat". Then her "Awoken" uvo had her as a total feral cat. With no aspect of music on it. So much so that Legolente's dungeon (a music themed dungeon) served to remind players that, yes, Bastet is the goddess of music.

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** For example, Bastet. Her initial evolution had her being the Feline Goddess of Music. Fair enough. Her Wood/Light evolution still showed more of the music. Again, fair enough. But then, her Wood/Dark evolution shown her as a "Midnight Cat". Then her "Awoken" uvo had her as a total feral cat. With no aspect of music on it. So much so that Legolente's dungeon (a music themed dungeon) served to remind players that, yes, Bastet is the goddess of music. Thankfully re-railed with her Super Reincarnation form, which brings the music aspects back.


* {{Valkyries}}: [[CaptainObvious The Valkyrie series of course.]]

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* {{Valkyries}}: [[CaptainObvious The Valkyrie series of course.]]

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** On the ally side, there's Qilin. Divine Destruction of the Four Gods is basically a slightly altered Wild Wind (voids damage absorb, makes a few Water Orbs) but it has a turn count of 21 at max level, which is what most monsters would have at Skill Level 1. How many turns does it have at SL 1? ''''72.''''


* VendorTrash: The three flavors of [=PreDRA=], Baby, Elemental, and Grand, can be sold for 100, 300, and 10,000 Monster Points, respectively. The elemental ones can also function as impromptu Skill Level Up material for certain monsters (e.g Wood [=PreDRAs=] are farmable from Hall of Gift Dragons and share the same skill as Rajin.) There's also the Six Year TAMADRA, an event reward that, while it looks flashy, is just a normal TAMADRA (albeit one that gives off 6 million EXP.) However, it's one that can be sold for six times as much as the Grand [=PreDRA=].

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* VendorTrash: The three flavors of [=PreDRA=], Baby, Elemental, Normal and Grand, can be sold for 100, 300, 1,000 and 10,000 Monster Points, respectively. The elemental ones can also function as impromptu Skill Level Up material for certain GFE monsters (e.g Wood [=PreDRAs=] are farmable from Hall of Gift Dragons and share the same skill as Rajin.Fujin.) This is even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by the normal and Grand [=PreDRA=] sitting in sacks of MP. There's also the Six Year TAMADRA, an event reward that, while it looks flashy, is just a normal TAMADRA (albeit one that gives off 6 million EXP.) However, it's one that can be sold for six times as much as the Grand [=PreDRA=]. Gold TAMADRA also have no use whatsoever except to be sold for ten million Coins and ten thousand Monster Points a pop.


* CriticalHitClass: Awoken Orochi and ''especially'' Scheat have pitiful attack, but both have 4 and 5 Two Prong Attack awakenings, respectively, meaning that matching 4 orbs will give them, respectively, a ''5.06× and 7.59×'' ATK boost.

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* CriticalHitClass: Awoken Orochi and ''especially'' Scheat (at least in her pre-Ultimate Evo form) have pitiful attack, but both have 4 and 5 Two Prong Attack awakenings, respectively, meaning that matching 4 orbs will give them, respectively, a ''5.06× and 7.59×'' ATK boost.



* VendorTrash: The three flavors of [=PreDRA=], Baby, Elemental, and Grand, can be sold for 100, 300, and 10,000 Monster Points, respectively. The elemental ones can also function as impromptu Skill Level Up material for certain monsters (e.g Wood [=PreDRAs=] are farmable from Hall of Gift Dragons and share the same skill as Rajin.) There's also the Six Year TAMADRA, an event reward that, while it looks flashy, is just a normal TAMADRA, however, it's one that can be sold for a similar lump sum as the Grand [=PreDRA=].

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* VendorTrash: The three flavors of [=PreDRA=], Baby, Elemental, and Grand, can be sold for 100, 300, and 10,000 Monster Points, respectively. The elemental ones can also function as impromptu Skill Level Up material for certain monsters (e.g Wood [=PreDRAs=] are farmable from Hall of Gift Dragons and share the same skill as Rajin.) There's also the Six Year TAMADRA, an event reward that, while it looks flashy, is just a normal TAMADRA, however, TAMADRA (albeit one that gives off 6 million EXP.) However, it's one that can be sold for a similar lump sum six times as much as the Grand [=PreDRA=].

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* VendorTrash: The three flavors of [=PreDRA=], Baby, Elemental, and Grand, can be sold for 100, 300, and 10,000 Monster Points, respectively. The elemental ones can also function as impromptu Skill Level Up material for certain monsters (e.g Wood [=PreDRAs=] are farmable from Hall of Gift Dragons and share the same skill as Rajin.) There's also the Six Year TAMADRA, an event reward that, while it looks flashy, is just a normal TAMADRA, however, it's one that can be sold for a similar lump sum as the Grand [=PreDRA=].


* GlassCannon: [{RobotGirl The Ninth Dragon Caller, Ena]] is one of these. She's basically the [[GameBreaker "heart cross" meta]] taken to its [[UpToEleven logical conclusion,]] as she gets a whopping 7x multiplier per cross, and has dangerously high ATK to boot. The catch? She has few awakenings and a pitiful 620 HP.

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* GlassCannon: [{RobotGirl [[RobotGirl The Ninth Dragon Caller, Ena]] is one of these. She's basically the [[GameBreaker "heart cross" meta]] taken to its [[UpToEleven logical conclusion,]] as she gets a whopping 7x multiplier per cross, and has dangerously high ATK to boot. The catch? She has few awakenings and a pitiful 620 HP.


* GameplayGrading: Special Dungeons now come with this feature. The game only grades you on the last level of the dungeon series, be it on Master (only on three level dungeons), Legend (earlier dungeons) or Mythical (later dungeons). They will grade you on rarity (less rare = higher score, so players will pick amazing team leaders but fill their team with incredibly common monsters), average combo and number of turns. There is a purpose to this: if you get an "S" rank, you will get a TAMADRA, but only once.

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* GameplayGrading: Special Dungeons now come with this feature. The game only grades you on the last level of the dungeon series, be it on Master (only on three level dungeons), Legend (earlier dungeons) or Mythical (later dungeons). They will grade you on rarity (less rare = higher score, so players will pick amazing team leaders but fill their team with incredibly common monsters), average combo and number of turns. There is a purpose to this: if you get an "S" rank, you will get a TAMADRA, TAMADRA or Rainbowpy, but only once.once.
* GlassCannon: [{RobotGirl The Ninth Dragon Caller, Ena]] is one of these. She's basically the [[GameBreaker "heart cross" meta]] taken to its [[UpToEleven logical conclusion,]] as she gets a whopping 7x multiplier per cross, and has dangerously high ATK to boot. The catch? She has few awakenings and a pitiful 620 HP.


* JungleJapes: World 5.[[note]]However, Red Toad refers to it as "the woods" in the US version of the game, and "a forest" in the PAL version, which would technically make this world TheLostWoods instead.[[/note]]

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* JungleJapes: World 5.[[note]]However, Red Toad refers to it as "the woods" in the US version of the game, game and "a forest" in the PAL version, which would technically make this world TheLostWoods instead.[[/note]]


* JungleJapes: World 5. [[note]]However, Red Toad refers to it as "the woods" in the US version of the game, and "a forest" in the PAL version, which would make this world TheLostWoods.[[/note]]

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* JungleJapes: World 5. [[note]]However, Red Toad refers to it as "the woods" in the US version of the game, and "a forest" in the PAL version, which would technically make this world TheLostWoods.TheLostWoods instead.[[/note]]

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* GreenHillZone: World 1.


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* JungleJapes: World 5. [[note]]However, Red Toad refers to it as "the woods" in the US version of the game, and "a forest" in the PAL version, which would make this world TheLostWoods.[[/note]]


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* {{Mordor}}: World 8, but only for the world map. Its levels mostly use the volcanic backdrops of World 7's levels.


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* PalmtreePanic: World 4.


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* ShiftingSandLand: World 3.


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* UndergroundLevel: World 2, notably breaking the ''Mario'' tradition of the desert world being World 2.


* The Diamond Dragon Fruit could count. The only time it's mentioned the dang thing even exists is in certain achievements and the item exchange shop, and it's part of many Godfest monsters ult. evos. How one actually gets it? It appears around 10% of the time in the Mythical difficulty of Cave of Dreaming (again, not mentioned anywhere), and it's rather tricky to beat, with high damage attacks, and a combination of rock-solid HP and DEF. So that fancy new Echidna-Sara, Great Witch, etc, you just rolled? You have to burn up tons of Stamina to attempt Cave of Dreaming, then hope this thing decides to show itself. And then you TRY to kill it.

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* ** The Diamond Dragon Fruit could count. The only time it's mentioned the dang thing even exists is in certain achievements and the item exchange shop, and it's part of many Godfest monsters ult. evos. How one actually gets it? It appears around 10% of the time in the Mythical difficulty of Cave of Dreaming (again, not mentioned anywhere), and it's rather tricky to beat, with high damage attacks, and a combination of rock-solid HP and DEF. So that fancy new Echidna-Sara, Great Witch, etc, you just rolled? You have to burn up tons of Stamina to attempt Cave of Dreaming, then hope this thing decides to show itself. And then you TRY to kill it.


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* HarderThanHard:The Diamond Dragon Fruit could count. The only time it's mentioned the dang thing even exists is in certain achievements and the item exchange shop, and it's part of many Godfest monsters ult. evos. How one actually gets it? It appears around 10% of the time in the Mythical difficulty of Cave of Dreaming (again, not mentioned anywhere), and it's rather tricky to beat, with high damage attacks, and a combination of rock-solid HP and DEF. So that fancy new Echidna-Sara, Great Witch, etc, you just rolled? You have to burn up tons of Stamina to attempt Cave of Dreaming, then hope this thing decides to show itself. And then you TRY to kill it.

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