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* MultipleEndingsMultipleEndings: All three games have multiple endings based on what characters Heileen romances. The third game also has multiple career-based endings that Heileen can obtain based on her skills and moral alignment.



* ScoringPoints: In the first and second games. You need to solve quests, and the accumulated points determine which ending rank you receive.
* TarotMotifs: Heileen finds 14 tarot cards representing the vices and virtues in the second game. The tarot cards have the ability to alter reality. This format branches off into the third game, where your morality alignment determines which professions Heileen ends up with.
** SevenHeavenlyVirtues
** SevenDeadlySins

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* ScoringPoints: In the first and second games. You games you need to solve quests, and the accumulated points determine which ending rank you receive.
* TarotMotifs: Heileen finds 14 tarot cards representing the vices SevenHeavenlyVirtues and virtues SevenDeadlySins in the second game. The tarot cards game, which have the ability to alter reality. This format branches off into the third game, where your morality alignment determines which professions Heileen ends up with. \n** SevenHeavenlyVirtues\n** SevenDeadlySins



* GuysAreSlobs: During arm wrestling matches between the sailors on the ''Cat's Dream'', Heileen notices the men yelling, drinking and spitting on the ground. Whether she finds this disgusting or enthralling is up to the player.

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* GuysAreSlobs: During arm wrestling arm-wrestling matches between the sailors on the ''Cat's Dream'', Heileen notices the men yelling, drinking and spitting on the ground. Whether she finds this disgusting or enthralling is up to the player.



* MoodWhiplash: One minute, Heileen and Marie are enjoying themselves at a party; [[spoiler:the next night, Marie tries to commit suicide. ]]

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* MoodWhiplash: One minute, Heileen and Marie are enjoying themselves at a party; [[spoiler:the next night, Marie tries to commit suicide. ]]suicide]].



* NightmareSequence: The night of the storm, Heileen has a nightmare where she feels something sticky and realizes that her fingers are bleeding…then her nose and her mouth starts bleeding, and she realizes that she's bleeding ''everywhere.''
* OutOfCharacterMoment: In an early version of the first game, Marie only shows signs of romantic affection for Heileen--she even gives her her first kiss. But after some MoodWhiplash when [[spoiler:Marie attempts suicide, she confesses that she's in love with Marco and only tried to slit her wrists so that he'd pay attention to her. Heileen accepts that Marie loves Marco without question. But before this point, Marco and Marie had barely exchanged words and there were no signs that there were sparks between them]]. Thankfully, this is corrected in a later version of the game, where Marie [[spoiler:only attempted suicide out of loneliness and wanting to be with Heileen]].

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* NightmareSequence: The night of the storm, Heileen has a nightmare where she feels something sticky and realizes that her fingers are bleeding…then bleeding... then her nose and her mouth starts start bleeding, and she realizes that she's bleeding ''everywhere.''
* OutOfCharacterMoment: In an early version of the first game, Marie only shows signs of romantic affection for Heileen--she even gives her her first kiss. But after some MoodWhiplash when [[spoiler:Marie attempts suicide, she confesses that she's in love with Marco and only tried to slit her wrists so that he'd pay attention to her. Heileen accepts that Marie loves Marco without question. But question, but before this point, point Marco and Marie had barely exchanged words and there were no signs that there were sparks between them]]. Thankfully, this is corrected in a later version of the game, where Marie [[spoiler:only attempted suicide out of loneliness and wanting to be with Heileen]].



* TakeMyHand: After Heileen's handkerchief flies away, Marie practically dives aboard to grab it. This leads to Heileen trying to lift Marie up, rather unsuccessfully, until Jack comes by and helps them.

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* TakeMyHand: After Heileen's handkerchief flies away, Marie practically dives aboard overboard to grab it. This leads to Heileen trying to lift Marie up, rather unsuccessfully, until Jack comes by and helps them.



* CuttingOffTheBranches: The first game has three endings for John, Marie and Lora. None of these is the canonical ending…[[ThirdOptionAdaptation the second game instead has Heileen, Ebele and Robert stranded on an island]].
* ChristianityIsCatholic: The school that Heileen, Marie, and Marcus go to is Catholic.

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* CuttingOffTheBranches: The first game has three endings for John, Marie and Lora. None of these is the canonical ending…[[ThirdOptionAdaptation ending, as [[ThirdOptionAdaptation the second game instead has Heileen, Ebele and Robert stranded on an island]].
* ChristianityIsCatholic: The school that Heileen, Marie, and Marcus go went to is as children was Catholic.



* DreamingOfThingsToCome: Heileen has a dream where the young Marcus shifts into his older self…[[spoiler:but is confused by his eyepatch, which makes him look like a pirate. He shows up at the end of the game, where he actually is a pirate that helps Heileen and her friends off the island. ]]
* DreamingTheTruth: From the documents she finds washed ashore and the memories in her dreams, Heileen deduces that [[spoiler:her parents abandoned her in the woods when she was young. Jack found her and took her in as his child. Her parents have second thoughts and come back to claim her, but are later killed in a bridge accident]] .

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* DreamingOfThingsToCome: Heileen has a dream where the young Marcus shifts into his older self…[[spoiler:but self... [[spoiler:but is confused by his eyepatch, which makes him look like a pirate. He shows up at the end of the game, where he actually is a pirate that helps Heileen and her friends off the island. ]]
* DreamingTheTruth: From the documents she finds washed ashore and the memories in her dreams, Heileen deduces that [[spoiler:her parents abandoned her in the woods when she was young. Jack found her and took her in as his child. Her parents have second thoughts and come back to claim her, but are later killed in a bridge accident]] .accident]].



* LukeIAmYourFather: Captain Adam reveals that [[spoiler:he's Otto's father to Heileen. Otto doesn't realize they're related because Captain Adam never saw his children. ]]

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* LukeIAmYourFather: Captain Adam reveals that [[spoiler:he's Otto's father to Heileen. Otto doesn't realize they're related because Captain Adam never saw his children. ]]



* RopeBridge: Heileen, Ebele and Robert have to cross one in order to get to the opposite side of the island they're shipwrecked on. The bridge crumbles as Heileen runs across, but she has a rope that the others can use to cross the river.

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* RopeBridge: Heileen, Ebele Ebele, and Robert have to cross one in order to get to the opposite side of the island they're shipwrecked on. The bridge crumbles as Heileen runs across, but she has a rope that the others can use to cross the river.



* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism: Central to the plot and embodied through the dreams and tarot catds. If Heileen is idealistic, she'll make it to the end of the game and sail off the island. If she leans towards cynical, she'll toss the tarot cards into the fire, and accept that they're stuck on the island, but with the small hope of moving on with her life after her friends' deaths.

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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism: Central to the plot and embodied through the dreams and tarot catds.cards. If Heileen is idealistic, she'll make it to the end of the game and sail off the island. If she leans towards cynical, she'll toss the tarot cards into the fire, and accept that they're stuck on the island, but with the small hope of moving on with her life after her friends' deaths.



* YouNoTakeCandle: This is how Robert and Ebele speak. Surprisingly, this is dropped in the third game: when Robert slips up early on Ebele immediately corrects his grammar, and Heileen remarks on how much their English has improved.

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* YouNoTakeCandle: This is how Robert and Ebele speak. Surprisingly, this is dropped in the third game: when Robert slips up early on on, Ebele immediately corrects his grammar, grammar and Heileen remarks on how much their English has improved.



* AffectionateGestureToTheHead: Lora strokes Heileen's hair when trying to convince her that they should stay onboard the ship instead of continuing their journey to the New World. Other characters also frequently pat Heileen's head affectionately, namely Morgan, Sebastian and Jonathan.

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* AffectionateGestureToTheHead: Lora strokes Heileen's hair when trying to convince her that they should stay onboard the ship instead of continuing their journey to the New World. Other characters also frequently pat Heileen's head affectionately, namely Morgan, Sebastian Sebastian, and Jonathan.


** Jack appears to be a rough, violent, and intimidating man when Heileen first meets him on the ''Cat's Dream''. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he was Heileen's temporary ParentalSubstitute when her [[ParentalAbandonment biological parents abandoned her in the woods]]. In a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}, Jack shows that he still cares for Heileen as a parent when he gives her a hand-carved, wooden figurine, just like he used to when she was young]].

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** Jack appears to be a rough, violent, and intimidating man when Heileen first meets him on the ''Cat's Dream''. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he was Heileen's temporary ParentalSubstitute when her [[ParentalAbandonment biological parents abandoned her in the woods]]. In a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}, Jack shows that he still cares for Heileen as a parent when he gives her a hand-carved, wooden figurine, just like he used to when she was young]].


** Jack appears to be a rough, violent, and intimidating man when Heileen first meets him on the ''Cat's Dream''. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he was Heileen's temporary ParentalSubstitute when her [[ParentalAbandonment biological parents abandoned her in the woods]]. In a {{heartwarming moment}}, Jack shows that he still cares for Heileen as a parent when he gives her a hand-carved, wooden figurine, just like he used to when she was young]].

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** Jack appears to be a rough, violent, and intimidating man when Heileen first meets him on the ''Cat's Dream''. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he was Heileen's temporary ParentalSubstitute when her [[ParentalAbandonment biological parents abandoned her in the woods]]. In a {{heartwarming moment}}, SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}, Jack shows that he still cares for Heileen as a parent when he gives her a hand-carved, wooden figurine, just like he used to when she was young]].


* BikiniBar: The Red Lantern. The dancers are scantily dressed, but not topless.


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* FamilyFriendlyStripClub: The Red Lantern. The dancers are scantily dressed, but not topless.


''Heileen'' is a UsefulNotes/RenPy-based {{visual novel}} {{trilogy}} created by Tycoon Games[=/=]Creator/WinterWolves about [[CharacterTitle Heileen]], a noble girl living in 17th century England. The series focuses on the [[CharacterDevelopment developing relationships]] between Heileen and the other characters in addition to [[ComingOfAgeStory Heileen's maturity from a naïve, self-centered girl into a responsible young woman]].

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''Heileen'' is a UsefulNotes/RenPy-based {{visual novel}} {{trilogy}} created by Tycoon Games[=/=]Creator/WinterWolves about [[CharacterTitle Heileen]], a noble girl living in 17th century England. The series focuses on the [[CharacterDevelopment developing relationships]] between Heileen and the other characters in addition to [[ComingOfAgeStory Heileen's maturity maturation from a naïve, self-centered girl into a responsible young woman]].


''Heileen'' is a {{visual novel}} {{trilogy}} created by Tycoon Games[=/=]Creator/WinterWolves about [[CharacterTitle Heileen]], a noble girl living in 17th century England. The series focuses on the [[CharacterDevelopment developing relationships]] between Heileen and the other characters in addition to [[ComingOfAgeStory Heileen's maturity from a naïve, self-centered girl into a responsible young woman]].

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''Heileen'' is a UsefulNotes/RenPy-based {{visual novel}} {{trilogy}} created by Tycoon Games[=/=]Creator/WinterWolves about [[CharacterTitle Heileen]], a noble girl living in 17th century England. The series focuses on the [[CharacterDevelopment developing relationships]] between Heileen and the other characters in addition to [[ComingOfAgeStory Heileen's maturity from a naïve, self-centered girl into a responsible young woman]].


* YouNoTakeCandle: This is how Robert and Ebele speak. Surprisingly, this is dropped in the third game—it ends up seeming like Ebele and Robert learned perfect English overnight.

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* YouNoTakeCandle: This is how Robert and Ebele speak. Surprisingly, this is dropped in the third game—it ends up seeming like Ebele and game: when Robert learned perfect slips up early on Ebele immediately corrects his grammar, and Heileen remarks on how much their English overnight. has improved.


* {{Animesque}}

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* {{Animesque}}{{Animesque}}: The art style has a very manga flavor to it.



* CharacterTitle

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* CharacterTitleCharacterTitle: The main character's name is Heileen.
* ComicBookTime: Played with: According to the third game, the events of ''The Hands of Fate'' take place over almost a year. In ''New Horizons'', it's stated that several years have passed since the shipwreck at the end of ''Sail Away'' happened.


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*** If pursued romantically in the third game, [[spoiler:Marie throws herself overboard in a fit of despair, thinking Heileen would never accept her feelings]].


* PirateGirl: Juliet, Heileen, and Lora dress as pirates, and some of Heileen's dialogue choices have her bragging about being a member of Morgan's crew. Becoming a Pirate is one of the occupational options as well.

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* PirateGirl: Juliet, Heileen, and Heileen and Lora dress as pirates, and some once they join Morgan's crew. Some of Heileen's dialogue choices have her bragging about being a member of Morgan's crew.one. Becoming a Pirate is one of the occupational options as well.

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* PirateGirl: Juliet, Heileen, and Lora dress as pirates, and some of Heileen's dialogue choices have her bragging about being a member of Morgan's crew. Becoming a Pirate is one of the occupational options as well.

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* AwesomeAnachronisticApparel: Inverted: If Heileen chooses to do the Navigator activity, her SuperDeformed self is shown wearing a cowboy hat and denim short shorts.


** In Heileen 3, Heileen, Ebele and Juliet find John adrift at sea on a raft.

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** In Heileen 3, ''Heileen 3'', Heileen, Ebele and Juliet find John adrift at sea on a raft.



* CuttingOffTheBranches: The first game has three endings for John, Marie and Lora. None of these is the canonical ending…[[ThirdOptionAdaptation the second game instead has Marie, Ebele and Robert stranded on an island]].

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* CuttingOffTheBranches: The first game has three endings for John, Marie and Lora. None of these is the canonical ending…[[ThirdOptionAdaptation the second game instead has Marie, Heileen, Ebele and Robert stranded on an island]].


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* MakingLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces: Sebastian's ending. Heileen loses her virginity to him on the beach.


** John's ending. Heileen finds Lora sneaking off to meet him in a cabin. Turns out it was a set up by John and Lora to get Heileen to confess her feelings for him.

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** John's ending. Heileen [[spoiler:Heileen finds Lora sneaking off to meet him in a cabin. Turns out it was a set up by John and Lora to get Heileen to confess her feelings for him. ]]



* ArtifactOfDoom: The knife from Heileen's dream possesses Robert/Marie and causes one of them to attack her. Luckily, the Heileen manages to get them to drop the knife before she gets hurt.

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* ArtifactOfDoom: The knife from Heileen's dream possesses Robert/Marie Robert/Ebele and causes one of them to attack her. Luckily, the Heileen manages to get them to drop the knife before she gets hurt.


''Heileen'' is a {{visual novel}} {{trilogy}} created by Tycoon Games[=/=]WinterWolves about [[CharacterTitle Heileen]], a noble girl living in 17th century England. The series focuses on the [[CharacterDevelopment developing relationships]] between Heileen and the other characters in addition to [[ComingOfAgeStory Heileen's maturity from a naïve, self-centered girl into a responsible young woman]].

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''Heileen'' is a {{visual novel}} {{trilogy}} created by Tycoon Games[=/=]WinterWolves Games[=/=]Creator/WinterWolves about [[CharacterTitle Heileen]], a noble girl living in 17th century England. The series focuses on the [[CharacterDevelopment developing relationships]] between Heileen and the other characters in addition to [[ComingOfAgeStory Heileen's maturity from a naïve, self-centered girl into a responsible young woman]].

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