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** If you beat up Seedos, he'll spread a bunch of weeds when he comes back.
** You can hit him to stop him from spreading weed seeds, but doing so will cause him to spread even more when he returns again. Do this too many times, and he will eventually stand in a spot where you can't hit him so he can throw so many weed seeds in your garden that you have no hope of clearing them all out before the sprout and ruin your garden.

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** If you beat up Seedos, he'll spread a bunch of weeds when he comes back.
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back. You can hit him to stop him from spreading weed seeds, but doing so will cause him to spread even more when he returns again. Do this too many times, and he will eventually stand in a spot where you can't hit him so he can throw so many weed seeds in your garden that you have no hope of clearing them all out before the sprout and ruin your garden.

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** You can hit him to stop him from spreading weed seeds, but doing so will cause him to spread even more when he returns again. Do this too many times, and he will eventually stand in a spot where you can't hit him so he can throw so many weed seeds in your garden that you have no hope of clearing them all out before the sprout and ruin your garden.


* CreativeClosingCredits: ''Trouble in Paradise'''s credits put you in a garden where you have to smash the nearby piñatas to get the credits to show up. You can also smash the garden junk that [[BigBad Professor Pester]] has strewn around to unlock some accessories, and smashing all of his sour piñatas awards you with a new gamerpic.

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* CreativeClosingCredits: ''Trouble in Paradise'''s Paradise'', the credits put are a minigame in which you in a garden where you have to can smash the nearby piñatas to get the credits to show up.up and earn the [[MoneyForNothing extremely useful]] wishing well. You can also smash the garden junk that [[BigBad Professor Pester]] has strewn around to unlock some accessories, and smashing all of his sour piñatas awards you with a new gamerpic.


* ComMons: Whirlms. They only require there to be dirt in your garden. They're followed by Sparrowmints, which only need Whirlms. If you leave your game sitting for a while and there's enough room left, you'll eventually have two of both in your garden.

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* ComMons: Whirlms. They Whirlms only require there to be dirt in your garden. They're followed by Sparrowmints, which only need Whirlms. If you leave your game sitting for a while and there's enough room left, you'll eventually have two of both in your garden.



* CreativeClosingCredits: ''Trouble in Paradise'''s credits put you in a garden where you have to smash the nearby piñatas to get the credits to show up. You can also smash the garden junk that [[BigBad Professor Pester]] has strewn around to unlock some accessories, and smashing all of his sour piñatas awards you with a new gamerpic.



* CurbStompBattle: In a predator-prey battle, you'd better stop the predator ''quick''. The prey doesn't even stand a ''chance''.

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* CurbStompBattle: CurbStompBattle:
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In a predator-prey battle, you'd better stop the predator ''quick''. The prey doesn't even stand a ''chance''.''chance''.
** If a Ruffian picks a fight with one of your piñatas, it will always come out the winner.


* SequelDifficultySpike: ''Trouble in Paradise'' is considered more difficult than the first for several reasons, useful items like Romance and Joy Candy are more expensive, several Piñatas have different resident requirements, and the Captain's Cutlass was {{nerf}}ed to no longer keep Professor Pester away.



** Seedos calling you a bully for taking his seeds with force. Later {{Subverted|Trope}}, as Leafos says you are making Seedos stay fit by running away from your garden as fast as possible.

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** Seedos calling you a bully for taking his seeds with force. Later {{Subverted|Trope}}, {{subverted|Trope}}, as Leafos says you are making Seedos stay fit by running away from your garden as fast as possible.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: The Ruffians may enjoy destroying property, starting fights, filling up your lakes and generally causing all sorts of mayhem, but even they have to draw the line somewhere: trapping a helper in your garden and rendering them unable to go home will eventually cause a Ruffian to come by and break them out.

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* SeriesMascot: The Horstachio is one of the Piñatas most likely to be seen in promotional materials, with the Pretztail and Fudgehog also being common.


* EasyModeMockery: Playing on Just For Fun mode in ''Trouble in Paradise'' makes catching Piñatas much easier, starts you off with infinite coins and removes all enemies from the game, but it also renders several new Piñatas like Tigermisu and Sarsgorilla unobtainable by any means. If you want to catch any of those Piñatas, you'll have to play the Standard mode instead and transfer them over to the Just For Fun save.

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* EasyModeMockery: Playing on Just For Fun mode in ''Trouble in Paradise'' makes catching Piñatas much easier, starts you off with infinite coins and removes all enemies from the game, but it also renders several new high-level Piñatas like Tigermisu and Sarsgorilla unobtainable by any means.completely unobtainable. If you want to catch any of those Piñatas, you'll have to play the Standard mode instead and transfer them over to the Just For Fun save.


* EasyModeMockery: Playing on Just For Fun mode in ''Trouble in Paradise'' makes catching Piñatas much easier than in the base game, but it also renders several new Piñatas like Tigermisu and Sarsgorilla unobtainable. If you want to catch any of those Piñatas, you'll have to play the Standard mode instead and transfer them over to the Just For Fun save.

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* EasyModeMockery: Playing on Just For Fun mode in ''Trouble in Paradise'' makes catching Piñatas much easier than in easier, starts you off with infinite coins and removes all enemies from the base game, but it also renders several new Piñatas like Tigermisu and Sarsgorilla unobtainable.unobtainable by any means. If you want to catch any of those Piñatas, you'll have to play the Standard mode instead and transfer them over to the Just For Fun save.


* NoEnding: Literally. The game remains an open sandbox once the final congratulation message is displayed without dealing with either [[BigBadProfessor Pester]] or [[TheGrimReaper Dastardos]], outside of being able to buy items to keep them out of your garden.

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* NoEnding: Literally. The game remains an open sandbox once the final congratulation message is displayed without dealing with either [[BigBadProfessor [[BigBad Professor Pester]] or [[TheGrimReaper Dastardos]], outside of being able to buy items to keep them out of your garden.

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* {{Nerf}}: The Captain's Cutlass decoration got this in the transition to ''Trouble in Paradise''; it used to be able to keep both the Ruffians and Professor Pester himself out of your garden, but Pester became immune to it in the sequel.


* NoEnding: Literally. The game remains an open sandbox once the final congratulation message is displayed, without dealing with either [[DemonicSpiders Professor Pester]] or [[TheGrimReaper Dastardos]].
** Late in the game you are able to buy items which keep Dastardos and Professor Pester away from your garden, thought.

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* NoEnding: Literally. The game remains an open sandbox once the final congratulation message is displayed, displayed without dealing with either [[DemonicSpiders Professor [[BigBadProfessor Pester]] or [[TheGrimReaper Dastardos]].
** Late in the game you are
Dastardos]], outside of being able to buy items which to keep Dastardos and Professor Pester away from them out of your garden, thought.garden.


-->Imagine scorching the furniture when you sit on it. Imagine having to move every few seconds because if you don't, the ground underneath you sets alight. What kind of life is that? Who is responsible for this?

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-->Imagine --->Imagine scorching the furniture when you sit on it. Imagine having to move every few seconds because if you don't, the ground underneath you sets alight. What kind of life is that? Who is responsible for this?


* GluttonousPig: The Rashberry species. In order to romance them, they need to eat several items that have gone rotten. If they eat a hunk of cheesecake, they transform into warthogs.

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* GluttonousPig: The Rashberry species. In order to romance them, they need to eat several items that have gone rotten. If they eat a hunk of cheesecake, they transform into warthogs.Hoghurts.


* AWinnerIsYou: The closest thing the game has to an ending is a congratulatory message from the old gardener.
* YouBastard: The Reddhott description.

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* AWinnerIsYou: The closest thing the game has to an ending is a congratulatory message from the old gardener.
Jardiniero.
* YouBastard: The Reddhott description.



--> Imagine scorching the furniture when you sit on it. Imagine having to move every few seconds because if you don`t, the ground underneath you sets alight. What kind of life is that? Who is responsible for this?
** Seedos calling you a bully for taking his seeds with force. Later SubvertedTrope, as Leafos says you are making Seedos stay fit by running away from your garden as fast as possible.

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--> Imagine -->Imagine scorching the furniture when you sit on it. Imagine having to move every few seconds because if you don`t, don't, the ground underneath you sets alight. What kind of life is that? Who is responsible for this?
** Seedos calling you a bully for taking his seeds with force. Later SubvertedTrope, {{Subverted|Trope}}, as Leafos says you are making Seedos stay fit by running away from your garden as fast as possible.

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