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* SpiritualSequel: To games like [[HouseOfTheDead The Typing of the Dead]].

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* SpiritualSequel: To games like [[HouseOfTheDead ''[[VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead The Typing of the Dead]].Dead]]''.


* BulletHell: The main gameplay, in addition to typing.



* DodgeTheBullet: Ray Bibbia can apparently do this, given the context of the first boss fight- though given the fact the game is a BulletHell, perhaps a normal handgun just isn't that much of a challenge for an experienced exorcist.
* EdutainmentGame: Not in the classical sense, but it's a great way to hone your typing skills.



* HolyHandGrenade: Holy Bullets, actually. Hollets. They wipe out the spirits possessing people, but unusually for this trope, can also be useful against mundane targets; at one point Ray claims they cause [[YourHeadAsplode combustion]] in spiritually healthy people.

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* HolyHandGrenade: Holy Bullets, actually. Hollets. They wipe out the spirits possessing people, but unusually for this trope, can also be useful against mundane targets; at one point Ray claims points out that they cause [[YourHeadAsplode combustion]] in spiritually healthy people.people, which is how he defeats the first boss, a totally mundane opponent using a gun.


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* PunBasedTitle: Text + Exorcist = Textorcist.
* RapidFireTyping: A technique the player should master.
* SpiritualSequel: To games like [[HouseOfTheDead The Typing of the Dead]].


* HolyHandGrenade: Holy Bullets, actually. Hollets. They wipe out the spirits possessing people, but unusually for this trope, can also be useful against mundane targets; at one point Ray claims they cause [[ManOnFire combustion]] in spiritually healthy people.

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* HolyHandGrenade: Holy Bullets, actually. Hollets. They wipe out the spirits possessing people, but unusually for this trope, can also be useful against mundane targets; at one point Ray claims they cause [[ManOnFire [[YourHeadAsplode combustion]] in spiritually healthy people.



* LightEmUp: Ray's main form of attack, crossing over with ReligionIsMagic, is reading his exorcisms and blasting his opponents with God's light- which apparently doubles as a good way to set a bastard on fire.

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* LightEmUp: Ray's main form of attack, crossing over with ReligionIsMagic, is reading his exorcisms and blasting his opponents with God's light- which apparently doubles as a good way to set blow a bastard on fire.to bits.


* DirtyOldMonk: Exorcist, actually, but Ray spends a lot of time drinking and yelling at people and threatening them with combustion.



* HolyHandGrenade: Holy Bullets, actually. Hollets. They wipe out the spirits possessing people, but unusually for this trope, can also be useful against mundane targets; at one point Ray claims they cause [[ManOnFire combustion]] in spiritually healthy people.



** Magda has projectiles that cover your book with vomit.

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** Magda has projectiles that cover your book with vomit.vomit, though you can finish typing if you remember the words.



* LightEmUp: Ray's main form of attack, crossing over with ReligionIsMagic, is reading his exorcisms and blasting his opponents with God's light- which apparently doubles as a good way to set a bastard on fire.



* WhosLaughingNow: [[spoiler:Laurentius the Fourth]]

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* WhosLaughingNow: [[spoiler:Laurentius the Fourth]]Fourth]].


** Magda has projectiles that cover your book with vomit

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** Magda has projectiles that cover your book with vomitvomit.


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* {{Wutai}}: The city of Naples is clearly Japanese-themed.


* WarmUpBoss: The mugger requires only short passages and dies in three hits - and the first one ("Shut Up") is for free.

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* StrawVegetarian: Enoch Varg is, basically, a devil-worshiping vegan metal singer.
* WarmUpBoss: The mugger Caesar the Thief has a slow, simple pattern, requires only short passages passages, and dies in three hits - and the first one ("Shut Up") is for free.

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* GratuitousLatin: After about the one-thirds point of the game, to increase the difficulty, the texts you need to type are in Latin from that point on.


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* WarmUpBoss: The mugger requires only short passages and dies in three hits - and the first one ("Shut Up") is for free.
* WireDilemma: During the fight with Matthew, after the second hit, he starts summoning bombs. Going up to the bomb and typing the word prompted (words include "disarm", "defuse", and "pacify") shuts it down; failing or ignoring it release a massive cluster of bullets into the arena.

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* MeaningfulName: "Bibbia" is Italian for "Bible." Also, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rebibbia Rebibbia]] is a district of Rome where the jail is.

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* DangerousForbiddenTechnique: Halfway through the game, Ray's master teaches him [[spoiler:how to use the power of a demon to destroy other demons. This power has driven Ray's master mad, forcing Ray to kill him.]]


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* HopelessBossFight: When you first encounter Head Guard Furius, he uses his demonic power to stop you from attacking. All you can do is dodge until you get killed.
* InterfaceScrew: Most bosses have one:
** Magda has projectiles that cover your book with vomit
** Enoch Varg forces you to type heavy metal lyrics before you can continue typing.
** Mother Superior turns your book upside down.
** Ray's Master creates fireballs that burn away letters you've typed.
** Furius shuffles your letters around.
** Laurentius adds numbers into your text.

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* BonusBoss: The Beholder.


* WhosLaughingNow: [[spoiler:Laurentius the Fourth]]

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* WhosLaughingNow: [[spoiler:Laurentius the Fourth]]Fourth]]
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'''The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia''', is a mix of a Bullet Hell with a typing game created by independent game developer, Morbidware. The story is about the titular character, Ray Bibbia, a private exorcist who's going to face the threats of a demonic outbreak. But things quickly get more complicated than Ray initially thought as he stumbles into a conspiracy that may involve his past.

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'''The ''[[https://store.steampowered.com/app/940680/The_Textorcist_The_Story_of_Ray_Bibbia/ The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia''', Bibbia]]'', is a mix of a Bullet Hell with a typing game created by independent game developer, Morbidware. The story is about the titular character, Ray Bibbia, a private exorcist who's going to face the threats of a demonic outbreak. But things quickly get more complicated than Ray initially thought as he stumbles into a conspiracy that may involve his past.


* WhosLaughingNow: [[spoiler: Larrance the Fourth]]

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* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:Ray finds out halfway through the game that Lillian is his daughter.]]
* WhosLaughingNow: [[spoiler: Larrance [[spoiler:Laurentius the Fourth]]


* WhosLaughingNow:

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* WhosLaughingNow:WhosLaughingNow: [[spoiler: Larrance the Fourth]]

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