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* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: In ''Rexx'', [[spoiler:Titan Loewe]].
* ZettaiRyouiki: Tiana, Sylvie and Niko all have variants.

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* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: In ''Rexx'', [[spoiler:Titan Loewe]].
* ZettaiRyouiki: Tiana, Sylvie and Niko all have variants.
Loewe]].


* BeastMan: It's seen that all of the people that inhabit the world are part of prestigious clans. At the start, all of them are humans with their clans' respective features on their bodies such as Fang's dragon-looking clothes and Tiana's feathery looks. Once they reach a certain point, they all "fledge", turning into the trope.
** Those monsters in the Titans, for that matter, are said people who suffered through SanitySlippage.



* PettingZooPeople: It's seen that all of the people that inhabit the world are part of prestigious clans. At the start, all of them are humans with their clans' respective features on their bodies such as Fang's dragon-looking clothes and Tiana's feathery looks. Once they reach a certain point, they all "fledge", turning into the trope.
** Those monsters in the Titans, for that matter, are said people who suffered through SanitySlippage.


-->Diane: Kaito Shibano (LuminousArc series)

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-->Diane: Kaito Shibano (LuminousArc (VideoGame/LuminousArc series)


* ActorAllusion: If she had a different hair color and outfit, Silvie would be a dead ringer for Heather Hogan's probably best known role of Colette.

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* ActorAllusion: If she had a different hair color and outfit, Silvie would be a dead ringer for Heather Hogan's probably best known role of [[VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia Colette.]]



-->Mint is a blatant mix of ''Music/{{Vocaloid}}'s'' Len Kagamine's blond hair and Miku Hatsune's {{twintails}}.

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-->Mint is a blatant mix of ''Music/{{Vocaloid}}'s'' Len Kagamine's Kagamine Len's blond hair and Miku Hatsune's Hatsune Miku's {{twintails}}.


Unchained Blades ("[=UnchainBlades REXX=]" in the original Japanese version) is a dungeon crawling RPG released on the PlayStationPortable and [=3DS=] in Japan on 14 July 2011. The game was also localized by XSEED in North American with a digital only release on June 26, 2012 for the PSP, and on January 3, 2013 for [=3DS=].

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Unchained Blades ("[=UnchainBlades REXX=]" in the original Japanese version) is a dungeon crawling RPG released on the PlayStationPortable UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable and [=3DS=] in Japan on 14 July 2011. The game was also localized by XSEED in North American with a digital only release on June 26, 2012 for the PSP, and on January 3, 2013 for [=3DS=].


* SignificantDoubleCasting: NanaMizuki voicing both Clunea and Sofia, signifying the latter being an avatar of the goddess created just before she was sealed away by Zodias at the beginning of ''Exxiv''.

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* SignificantDoubleCasting: NanaMizuki Creator/NanaMizuki voicing both Clunea and Sofia, signifying the latter being an avatar of the goddess created just before she was sealed away by Zodias at the beginning of ''Exxiv''.

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* NoExportForYou: EXXIV won't see a western release due to low sales and lack of interest in the series.


* NamesToKnowInAnime
** From REXX:
--->MasakazuMorita as Fang, the arrogant Dragon Emperor who seeks to fight the WorldsStrongestMan.
--->Creator/AmiKoshimizu as Tiana, a Phoenix-girl and RebelliousPrincess who'd rather break free of her royal burden.
--->HikaruMidorikawa as Lucius, the wandering Demon Swordsman and a DeathSeeker.
--->RyouHirohashi as Niko, the energetic, mischievous Fox-Girl.
--->YukoGoto as Lapis, the shy Medusa-girl yearning to get rid of her curse.
--->KanaeIto as Sylvie, Lucius' younger sister and loyal partner.
--->TsubasaYonaga as Hector, the CowardlyLion of a Golem.
--->SatomiSato as Mari, the quiet, knowledgeable Mandrake Girl.
--->NanaMizuki as Cluna, the wish-granting goddess.
** From EXXIV:
--->MamoruMiyano as Ryuga, the last of the infamous world-destroying Ouroboros dragons.
--->NanaMizuki as Sofia, the amnesiac avatar of Clunea created immediately after the goddess' downfall.
--->Shiori Mikami (Akari Akaza of Manga/{{Yuru-Yuri}}) as Hilda, a tomboyish demon swordswoman who wanted to become "manly".
--->AiNonaka as Mint, an energetic Harpy thief who wishes to see her parents.
--->KazuyaNakai as Sieg, Mint's hulking Fenrir "younger brother".
--->Minami Tsuda (Yui Funami of Manga/{{Yuru-Yuri}}) as Emil, an effeminate vampire and a powerful black mage in his own right.
--->YuuichiNakamura as Reiseld, Emil's sarcastic, deadpan demon butler.
--->RyokoShiraishi as Diane, the prideful Dragon princess who takes great pride in her skills.
--->ToshioFurukawa as the Dark Knight, an enigmatic warrior with some connections to Hilda.
--->KenjiNojima as Zodias, the rebellious god who overthrew Clunea.


--->AmiKoshimizu as Tiana, a Phoenix-girl and RebelliousPrincess who'd rather break free of her royal burden.

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--->AmiKoshimizu --->Creator/AmiKoshimizu as Tiana, a Phoenix-girl and RebelliousPrincess who'd rather break free of her royal burden.


-->Lapis looks like a cross between Astraea and Nymph of ''Manga/SoraNoOtoshimono''.

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-->Lapis looks like a cross between Astraea and Nymph of ''Manga/SoraNoOtoshimono''.''Manga/HeavensLostProperty''.


-->Lapis: Suu Minazuki (Manga/SoraNoOtoshimono)

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-->Lapis: Suu Minazuki (Manga/SoraNoOtoshimono)(Manga/HeavensLostProperty)

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** God bless you if you encounter a Qilin unprepared.

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* BossInMookClothing: In Titan Tortuga there is a rarely encountered fairy type, Ariel, that is absurdly powerful. While most of your attacks would do anywhere from 60 to 100 damage to enemies in the area they'll do at best 1, 40 if magic, and while most enemies will hit for around 50 to 60 damage, this is swinging for 200 to 300, able to outright kill you at the point in the game you may first meet it. And it heals all of your enemies. Completely. Enjoy that 100 point hit to your charisma for needing to run away.

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* SkinshipGrope: Happens in the hot springs in Titan Tortuga, with Tiana groping Sylvie and Niko joining in.


* AerithAndBob: Some of the follower's names when compared to the party members.



* HotGoddess: Clunea

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* HotGoddess: CluneaClunea.



* NintendoHard: An interesting case where the difficulty of the game actually decreases as you play through it. The consensus is that the first chapter of the game, with an ''[[SNKBoss SNK first boss]]'', is in fact the toughest.

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* NintendoHard: An interesting case where the difficulty of the game actually decreases as you play through it. The consensus is that the first chapter of the game, with an ''[[SNKBoss SNK first boss]]'', ''SNKBoss'', is in fact the toughest.



* RareCandy: The standard permanent-stat-boosting fruits are present here. There are also fruits that boost followers' stats permanently, though considering how followers have a level limit and eventually have to be released, these follower-boosting fruits don't come in handy until late game. There's also the [=Mazuba=] Candy, which instantly boosts a follower's mood.

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* RareCandy: The standard permanent-stat-boosting fruits are present here. There are also fruits that boost followers' stats permanently, though considering how followers have a level limit and eventually have to be released, these follower-boosting fruits don't come in handy until late game. There's also the [=Mazuba=] Mazuba Candy, which instantly boosts a follower's mood.



* UselessUsefulSpell: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] hard. All status effect spells are extremely useful for traversing through dungeons, especially spells that hit the entire enemy party. Sometimes there are battles where you face ''multiple screens'' of enemies (10+ monsters, each of which get one attack every turn. Chances are your healer will drop after about 4 attacks.) and the only way to get out of the battle alive is to have your support mage use a mass sleep spell and cutting down the enemies one by one before they can wake up. PlayedStraight with bosses though - they're still immune to most status effects. Some of the uses of the status effect-inducing spells involve:

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* UselessUsefulSpell: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] hard.Inverted]]. All status effect spells are extremely useful for traversing through dungeons, especially spells that hit the entire enemy party. Sometimes there are battles where you face ''multiple screens'' of enemies (10+ (10 to 15 monsters, each of which get one attack every turn. Chances are your healer will drop after about 4 attacks.) and the only way to get out of the battle alive is to have your support mage use a mass sleep spell and cutting down the enemies one by one before they can wake up. PlayedStraight with bosses though - they're still immune to most status effects. Some of the uses of the status effect-inducing spells involve:

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