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%%* RocksFallEveryoneDies: A common destructive trap.
%%* SealedEvilInACan: The point of the castle you start playing in.



%%* ShoutOut: To Don Quijote and Sancho Panza.


[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused]] with the band {{Music/Trapt}}, known for the song "Headstrong".

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[[IThoughtItMeant [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused]] with the band {{Music/Trapt}}, known for the song "Headstrong".


* LostForever: For every main mission you get to play a corresponding Side Story, which work like bonus sub-scenarios. If you don't play them before starting each main mission, they're gone for good.



* MultipleEndings: And a few nonstandard ones as well.
* NewGamePlus

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* %%* MultipleEndings: And a few nonstandard ones as well.
* %%* NewGamePlus



* PermanentlyMissableContent: For every main mission you get to play a corresponding Side Story, which work like bonus sub-scenarios. If you don't play them before starting each main mission, they're gone for good.



* RocksFallEveryoneDies: A common destructive trap.
* SealedEvilInACan: The point of the castle you start playing in.

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* %%* RocksFallEveryoneDies: A common destructive trap.
* %%* SealedEvilInACan: The point of the castle you start playing in.



* ShoutOut: To Don Quijote and Sancho Panza.

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* %%* ShoutOut: To Don Quijote and Sancho Panza.



* SurvivalHorror: Just not for ''you''...

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* SurvivalHorror: Just not for ''you''...%%* SurvivalHorror


Made by Tecmo for the {{PS2}} in 2005, [[MarketBasedTitle the odd]][[NewSeasonNewName ly named]] ''Trapt'' is the fourth game in the ''VideoGame/{{Deception}}'' series, and its Japanese title is ''Kagero II: Dark Illusion'', [[OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo due to some confusion in the series about what the actual title is]]. The game's premise is mostly the same as the previous entries: you're in a mansion, kill everyone too dumb to stay away. Damaging enemies nets you Warl, which is used to create new traps and open new areas. Damaging enemies also gets you Ark, which does nothing but provide you with another funny word to say while the game loads.

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Made by Tecmo for the {{PS2}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 in 2005, [[MarketBasedTitle the odd]][[NewSeasonNewName ly named]] ''Trapt'' is the fourth game in the ''VideoGame/{{Deception}}'' series, and its Japanese title is ''Kagero II: Dark Illusion'', [[OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo due to some confusion in the series about what the actual title is]]. The game's premise is mostly the same as the previous entries: you're in a mansion, kill everyone too dumb to stay away. Damaging enemies nets you Warl, which is used to create new traps and open new areas. Damaging enemies also gets you Ark, which does nothing but provide you with another funny word to say while the game loads.

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*AntiVillain: Hertzog. While he blatantly schemes with Catalina and has no qualms about [[spoiler: killing King Olaf in front of his daughter and gloating over the corpse,]] he genuinely seems concerned about the state of his country and is disgusted by how Olaf has brought it to ruin. He also offers Allura the choice to flee the country, not wanting to see her killed. Even his character info lists him as "patriotic".


* FreudianExcuse: [[spoiler: Rachel is Allura's bastard half-sister, abandoned along with her mother when Allura was born.]] She hates Allura and wants her to suffer in any way she can.


* [[spoiler: BitchInSheepsClothing]]: [[spoiler: Rachel.]]

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* [[spoiler: BastardBastard]]: [[spoiler: Rachel.]]
* [[spoiler: BitchInSheepsClothing]]: [[spoiler: Rachel.Rachel, again.]]


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* FreudianExcuse: [[spoiler: Rachel is Allura's bastard half-sister, abandoned along with her mother when Allura was born.]] She hates Allura and wants her to suffer in any way she can.


-->'''Andrew Reiner:''' "I enjoyed the ''Deception'' series on PSone, but this sequel hasn't made any strides forward. Inflicting unspeakable pain on mindless video game drones puts you in the shoes of wily Kevin [=McCallister=], but as you'll soon learn, anything that reminds you of Macaulay Culkin is not good."

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-->'''Andrew Reiner:''' "I enjoyed the ''Deception'' series on PSone, [=PSone=], but this sequel hasn't made any strides forward. Inflicting unspeakable pain on mindless video game drones puts you in the shoes of wily Kevin [=McCallister=], but as you'll soon learn, anything that reminds you of Macaulay Culkin is not good."


* [[spoiler: BitchInSheepsClothing]]: [[spoiler: Rachel]].

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* [[spoiler: BitchInSheepsClothing]]: [[spoiler: Rachel]].Rachel.]]



* DamselInDistress: Rachel, who only has a few scenes where she's ''not'' injured or put out of commission. [[spoiler: It's an act.]]



* DealWithTheDevil: Allura is [[IncrediblyLamePun strong-armed]] into one.

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* DealWithTheDevil: Allura is [[IncrediblyLamePun [[JustForPun strong-armed]] into one.



* DistressedDamsel: Rachel, who only has a few scenes where she's ''not'' injured or put out of commission. [[spoiler: It's an act.]]



* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: Certain enemies can activate Allura's traps from afar, turning them against her.

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* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By by Her Own Petard]]: Certain enemies can activate Allura's traps from afar, turning them against her.her.
* HomeAloneAntics: A darker version. In fact, a ''Game Informer'' review compared this game to a "Demonic Cut" version of ''Film/HomeAlone''.
-->'''Andrew Reiner:''' "I enjoyed the ''Deception'' series on PSone, but this sequel hasn't made any strides forward. Inflicting unspeakable pain on mindless video game drones puts you in the shoes of wily Kevin [=McCallister=], but as you'll soon learn, anything that reminds you of Macaulay Culkin is not good."



* OddlyNamedSequel: ''Trapt'' is the worst offender, but if it wasn't for the [[NumberedSequel numbering]] in the first three, few people would know they were related at first glance. Of course, it's original name ''Kagero 2'' makes about as much sense, making it the sequel to Kagero: Deception II. Deception III is apparently something else.

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* OddlyNamedSequel: OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: ''Trapt'' is the worst offender, but if it wasn't for the [[NumberedSequel numbering]] {{number|edSequels}}ing in the first three, few people would know they were related at first glance. Of course, it's original name ''Kagero 2'' makes about as much sense, making it the sequel to Kagero: ''Kagero: Deception II. Deception III II''. ''Deception III'' is apparently something else.



* RasputinianDeath: Perhaps the ''third'' point of the series: Funny combos to maximize

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* RasputinianDeath: Perhaps the ''third'' point of the series: Funny combos to maximize maximize.



* {{Yandere}}: [[spoiler:Rachel, as part of TheReveal]].

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* {{Yandere}}: [[spoiler:Rachel, as part of TheReveal]].TheReveal.]]

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* YouBastard: Every enemy in the game has some sort of backstory to them, and a great many of them are meant to inspire sympathy and conflict over killing them. Your mileage may vary on how well that works.

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* DistressedDamsel: Rachel, who only has a few scenes where she's ''not'' injured or put out of commission. [[spoiler: It's an act.]]


* DistressedDude: Jais arguably falls into this trope. His heart is in the right place and it's clear he's determined to protect Allura at all costs, but more often than not he ends up being completely useless. [[spoiler: Unless you try to flee the country, that is.]]

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* DistressedDude: Jais arguably falls into this trope. His heart is in the right place and it's clear he's determined to protect Allura at all costs, but more often than not he ends up being completely useless. [[spoiler: Unless you try to abandon your duties as future queen and flee the country, that is.]]


* Yandere: [[spoiler:Rachel, as part of TheReveal]].

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* Yandere: {{Yandere}}: [[spoiler:Rachel, as part of TheReveal]].

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* [[spoiler: BitchInSheepsClothing]]: [[spoiler: Rachel]].

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* DistressedDude: Jais arguably falls into this trope. His heart is in the right place and it's clear he's determined to protect Allura at all costs, but more often than not he ends up being completely useless. [[spoiler: Unless you try to flee the country, that is.]]

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