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* WierdWest: A desert world with magic, [[spoiler: alien]] demons, robots, monsters, and MagiTek guns.

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* WierdWest: WeirdWest: A desert world with magic, [[spoiler: alien]] demons, robots, monsters, and MagiTek guns.

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* WierdWest: A desert world with magic, [[spoiler: alien]] demons, robots, monsters, and MagiTek guns.

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* ''Wild Arms: Million Memories'' for [[IOSGames iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]]


* TheBattleDidntCount: A natural result of {{RecurringBoss}}es.

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* TheBattleDidntCount: A natural result of {{RecurringBoss}}es.{{Recurring Boss}}es.


In addition to the game series, there has been a manga adaptation for each installment, as well as an original manga know as ''Wild [=ARM=]s: Hananushubito / Wild [=ARM=]s: Flower Thieves''. The series has also had its own anime, which is called ''Wild [=ARM=]s: Twilight Venom''.

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In addition to the game series, there has been a manga adaptation for each installment, as well as an original manga know known as ''Wild [=ARM=]s: Hananushubito / Wild [=ARM=]s: Flower Thieves''. The series has also had its own anime, which is called ''Wild [=ARM=]s: Twilight Venom''.


A cult RPG series by Creator/MediaVision and published by XSEEDGames, ''Wild [=ARM=]s'' combines classic RPG gameplay with a [[TheWestern Wild West]]/SteamPunk [[CattlePunk setting and influence]]. Take the best parts of ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' and ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' and toss in some ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'' for good measure and you've got most installments of ''Wild [=ARMs=]''. The series currently has seven installments. The [=ARM=] in the title refers to the guns used by various characters. The reason it is capitalized is because it is an acronym that [[MeaningfulName means something different in each game]].

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A cult RPG series by Creator/MediaVision and published by XSEEDGames, Creator/XSEEDGames, ''Wild [=ARM=]s'' combines classic RPG gameplay with a [[TheWestern Wild West]]/SteamPunk [[CattlePunk setting and influence]]. Take the best parts of ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' and ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' and toss in some ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'' for good measure and you've got most installments of ''Wild [=ARMs=]''. The series currently has seven installments. The [=ARM=] in the title refers to the guns used by various characters. The reason it is capitalized is because it is an acronym that [[MeaningfulName means something different in each game]].



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* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: The series has a tendency for this.


* LeyLine: The Ley Line is referenced in 1 and 3. Ley points also appear in 4, 5, and XF.



* LeyLine: The Ley Line is referenced in 1 and 3. Ley points also appear in 4, 5, and XF.


* ScavengerWorld: Varies with each game, but technology is usually on a decline.

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* ScavengerWorld: Varies with each game, but technology is usually on in a decline.



* WordOfGod: According to the companion volume for the series ([[NoExportForYou never released outside of Japan, of course]]), the planet Filgaia is the same planet in every game. Apparently, it's just ''really'' unlucky.
** FlipFlopOfGod: This is in contrast to an earlier companion volume for the series released during the third game which said that they were different Filgaias that generally followed the same rules. Either different people are now in charge of the mythos or the people behind the mythos simply decided that the one Filgaia version was cooler.


A cult RPG series by Creator/MediaVision and published by XSEEDGames, ''Wild [=ARM=]s'' combines classic RPG gameplay with a wild west/SteamPunk [[CattlePunk setting and influence]]. Take the best parts of ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' and ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' and toss in some ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'' for good measure and you've got most installments of ''Wild [=ARMs=]''. The series currently has seven installments. The [=ARM=] in the title refers to the guns used by various characters. The reason it is capitalized is because it is an acronym that [[MeaningfulName means something different in each game]].

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A cult RPG series by Creator/MediaVision and published by XSEEDGames, ''Wild [=ARM=]s'' combines classic RPG gameplay with a wild west/SteamPunk [[TheWestern Wild West]]/SteamPunk [[CattlePunk setting and influence]]. Take the best parts of ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' and ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' and toss in some ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'' for good measure and you've got most installments of ''Wild [=ARMs=]''. The series currently has seven installments. The [=ARM=] in the title refers to the guns used by various characters. The reason it is capitalized is because it is an acronym that [[MeaningfulName means something different in each game]].


* HeyItsThatVoice: Expect a lot of this in ''Twilight Venom'', the anime series based on the games. Two of those (WendeeLee and MichelleRuff) also voiced in ''VideoGame/WildArms5''.

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* RecurringCharacter: Similar to [[Characters/FinalFantasyRecurringCharacters Final Fantasy's Cid]], each game has a character named 'Tony', who has a different role each time.


* FourIsDeath: Cocytus in ''Wild [=ARM=]s 2'' is comprised of four members. There is also the Quarter Knights from the original game and the Sentinels from WildArms5.

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* FourIsDeath: Cocytus in ''Wild [=ARM=]s 2'' is comprised of four members. There is also the Quarter Knights from the original game and the Sentinels from WildArms5.VideoGame/WildArms5.


* FourIsDeath: Cocytus in ''Wild [=ARM=]s 2'' is comprised of four members. There is also the Quarter Knights from the original game and the Sentinels from WildARMs5.

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* FourIsDeath: Cocytus in ''Wild [=ARM=]s 2'' is comprised of four members. There is also the Quarter Knights from the original game and the Sentinels from WildARMs5.WildArms5.


* FourIsDeath: Cocytus in ''Wild [=ARM=]s 2'' is comprised of four members. There is also the Quarter Knights from the original game.

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* FourIsDeath: Cocytus in ''Wild [=ARM=]s 2'' is comprised of four members. There is also the Quarter Knights from the original game.game and the Sentinels from WildARMs5.

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