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[[WMG: YuriLowenthal will voice Asbel once Tales of Gracesf is localized...]]

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[[WMG: YuriLowenthal Creator/YuriLowenthal will voice Asbel once Tales of Gracesf is localized...]]


*** According to the Wikipedia article, it's Bryce Papenbrook ([[Franchise/DotHack Shugo Kunisaki]], [[DissidiaFinalFantasy Zidane Tribal]], [[Manga/BoboboboBobobo Patchbobo]], etc.), so {{Jossed}}.

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*** According to the Wikipedia article, it's Bryce Papenbrook ([[Franchise/DotHack Shugo Kunisaki]], [[DissidiaFinalFantasy [[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Zidane Tribal]], [[Manga/BoboboboBobobo Patchbobo]], etc.), so {{Jossed}}.

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[[WMG: Hubert told the Fendel Army about Asbel's planned night raid.]]

When Asbel and the Lhant forces attempted to sneak through the underwater caves to attack the Fendelian forces, and the Fendel Army launched a surprise attack against the suddenly defenseless Lhant, the team comments how odd it is that Fendel attacked at the perfect moment, but then the plot point is forgotten as the group focuses on defending the town. And no comment is made about the Strahtan showing up out of nowhere at just the right time to help. So how did these two apparent coincidences happen? One possible answer is that Hubert learned of the sneak attack (either by having someone watch the road between Lhant and the Fendel border, or by having contacts in Lhant), and informed the Fendelian forces about it. That way, when the attack fails and Hubert has to save the day, Asbel looks incompetent and unfit to rule Lhant, while Hubert and his forces are BigDamnHeroes, justifying Hubert's replacement of Asbel as Lord of Lhant as well as his exile.

Alternately, Raymond might have done it instead for similar reasons; Hubert may not have been willing to endanger his hometown.


*** According to the Wikipedia article, it's Bryce Papenbrook ([[Franchise/DotHack Shugo Kunisaki]], [[DissidiaFinalFantasy Zidane Tribal]], [[{{Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo}} Patchbobo]], etc.), so {{Jossed}}.

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*** According to the Wikipedia article, it's Bryce Papenbrook ([[Franchise/DotHack Shugo Kunisaki]], [[DissidiaFinalFantasy Zidane Tribal]], [[{{Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo}} [[Manga/BoboboboBobobo Patchbobo]], etc.), so {{Jossed}}.



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* Possible FridgeBrilliance: There is a skit at the Lhant Caverns where Asbel says the party should be careful not to catch a cold after diving in the water the first time. It's possible Asbel could've caught a cold that eventually worsened into a fever following the unwinnable fight at Lhant Manor.


...and then Kratos hitchhiked with [[spoiler: the Amarcians]] to Ephinea. And then he formed the Knight Academy in Barona. Yeah, it's kind of goofy, but it explains why there's a substance on Fodra called ''derris ore'' and why the statue of the Knight Academy's founder is ''a statue of Kratos.''

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...and then Kratos hitchhiked with [[spoiler: the Amarcians]] to Ephinea. And then he formed the Knight Academy in Barona. Yeah, it's kind of goofy, but it explains why there's a substance on Fodra called ''derris ore'' and why the statue of the Knight Academy's founder is ''a statue of Kratos.''''

[[WMG: Hubert only wins the duel in Lhant because Asbel was sick.]]

Shortly after the duel with Hubert (which is unwinnable by any means), Asbel starts running a fever. He may have had a fever during the duel with Hubert, which would explain why he can't win no matter how much leveling you do for him.


...thereby completing his status as a walking, talking [[ShoutOut Shout]] [[CodeGeass Out.]]

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...thereby completing his status as a walking, talking [[ShoutOut Shout]] [[CodeGeass [[Anime/CodeGeass Out.]]



*** According to the Wikipedia article, it's Bryce Papenbrook ([[{{Dot Hack}} Shugo Kunisaki]], [[DissidiaFinalFantasy Zidane Tribal]], [[{{Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo}} Patchbobo]], etc.), so {{Jossed}}.

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*** According to the Wikipedia article, it's Bryce Papenbrook ([[{{Dot Hack}} ([[Franchise/DotHack Shugo Kunisaki]], [[DissidiaFinalFantasy Zidane Tribal]], [[{{Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo}} Patchbobo]], etc.), so {{Jossed}}.


This is a common scenario in Science Fiction. The devices that used the energy and life force of the Merines in ''VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia'' weren't originally meant for the people of the sea; they were meant for Lambda. However, the Fodorans who were behind this scenario couldn't get ahold of Lambda; so they had to settle for a different power source that could just get them out and they escaped. Eventually they landed on a world that was an Ocean Planet, but it was populated by people already...the Ferines. The Fodorans who occupied the ship quickly realized that they could use the Ferines to power their ship, and the Merines was used as a demi-lambda, and they used many Ferines and Merines to terraform the planet for them to live on, as well as the Legacy itself. As they spread out, eventually their ancestors more or less forgot who they once were like in Pern and became convinced they were natives of the planet when only the Ferines really knew that they were from another planet. Eventually, the Ferines struck back against the Fodorans, now called the Oerines, and used the legacy against them - and then many years later, the events of ''VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia'' happened.

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This is a common scenario in Science Fiction. The devices that used the energy and life force of the Merines in ''VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia'' weren't originally meant for the people of the sea; they were meant for Lambda. However, the Fodorans who were behind this scenario couldn't get ahold of Lambda; so they had to settle for a different power source that could just get them out and they escaped. Eventually they landed on a world that was an Ocean Planet, but it was populated by people already...the Ferines. The Fodorans who occupied the ship quickly realized that they could use the Ferines to power their ship, and the Merines was used as a demi-lambda, and they used many Ferines and Merines to terraform the planet for them to live on, as well as the Legacy itself. As they spread out, eventually their ancestors more or less forgot who they once were like in Pern and became convinced they were natives of the planet when only the Ferines really knew that they were from another planet. Eventually, the Ferines struck back against the Fodorans, now called the Oerines, and used the legacy against them - and then many years later, the events of ''VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia'' happened.happened.

[[WMG: Derris-Kharlan collided with Fodra after ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'']]

...and then Kratos hitchhiked with [[spoiler: the Amarcians]] to Ephinea. And then he formed the Knight Academy in Barona. Yeah, it's kind of goofy, but it explains why there's a substance on Fodra called ''derris ore'' and why the statue of the Knight Academy's founder is ''a statue of Kratos.''


[[WMG: Fodoras is really [[TalesOfTheAbyss Auldrant]] in an alternative future]]

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[[WMG: Fodoras is really [[TalesOfTheAbyss [[VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss Auldrant]] in an alternative future]]



[[WMG: Before the apocalypse on Fodoras, a ship left the planet and became [[TalesOfLegendia The Legacy]].]]

This is a common scenario in Science Fiction. The devices that used the energy and life force of the Merines in ''TalesOfLegendia'' weren't originally meant for the people of the sea; they were meant for Lambda. However, the Fodorans who were behind this scenario couldn't get ahold of Lambda; so they had to settle for a different power source that could just get them out and they escaped. Eventually they landed on a world that was an Ocean Planet, but it was populated by people already...the Ferines. The Fodorans who occupied the ship quickly realized that they could use the Ferines to power their ship, and the Merines was used as a demi-lambda, and they used many Ferines and Merines to terraform the planet for them to live on, as well as the Legacy itself. As they spread out, eventually their ancestors more or less forgot who they once were like in Pern and became convinced they were natives of the planet when only the Ferines really knew that they were from another planet. Eventually, the Ferines struck back against the Fodorans, now called the Oerines, and used the legacy against them - and then many years later, the events of ''TalesOfLegendia'' happened.

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[[WMG: Before the apocalypse on Fodoras, a ship left the planet and became [[TalesOfLegendia [[VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia The Legacy]].]]

This is a common scenario in Science Fiction. The devices that used the energy and life force of the Merines in ''TalesOfLegendia'' ''VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia'' weren't originally meant for the people of the sea; they were meant for Lambda. However, the Fodorans who were behind this scenario couldn't get ahold of Lambda; so they had to settle for a different power source that could just get them out and they escaped. Eventually they landed on a world that was an Ocean Planet, but it was populated by people already...the Ferines. The Fodorans who occupied the ship quickly realized that they could use the Ferines to power their ship, and the Merines was used as a demi-lambda, and they used many Ferines and Merines to terraform the planet for them to live on, as well as the Legacy itself. As they spread out, eventually their ancestors more or less forgot who they once were like in Pern and became convinced they were natives of the planet when only the Ferines really knew that they were from another planet. Eventually, the Ferines struck back against the Fodorans, now called the Oerines, and used the legacy against them - and then many years later, the events of ''TalesOfLegendia'' ''VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia'' happened.



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*** According to the Wikipedia article, it's Bryce Papenbrook ([[{{Dot Hack}} Shugo Kunisaki]], [[DissidiaFinalFantasy Zidane Tribal]], [[{{Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo}} Patchbobo]], etc.), so {{Jossed}}.


[[WMG: The "f" in Tales of Gracesf stands for "Fuck you Wii users!"]]

Namco Bandai ''loves'' to turn around and release a better version of their games on Sony systems, so rather than having a small "TakeThat" such as Patty's Mystic Arte cut in ''TalesOfVesperia PS3'' they decided to be a little more up-front about it and put the TakeThat in the title.

** Alternately, it could be looked at as f standing for "Finished" or "Fixed", since a major complaint about the Wii version was the game was a massive glitch fess, soon after the release. Which in a way still makes the completed version released on the PS3 a "Fuck you" for Wii owners as given the Wii hardware is older tech, and they released it right before FFXIII dropped in Japan, this seems to be the case of the developer not caring enough to either delay the game to correct the mistakes or purposely sending it out to fail.
*** There ''was'' a "Bugfix" Release, and the PS3 version actually ''does'' have a couple bugs that the Wii version has, but nothing like the GameBreakingBugs on the Wii version. That aside, it's another of Namco's "Fuck You Nintendo" that they've ''loved'' to do. (They even stopped to say "Fuck you Microsoft" with ''TalesOfVesperia''.)



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** Probably not, considering he just voiced Luke two ([[NoExportForYou English]]) games ago.



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*** There ''was'' a "Bugfix" Release, and the PS3 version actually ''does'' have a couple bugs that the Wii version has, but nothing like the GameBreakingBugs on the Wii version. That aside, it's another of Namco's "Fuck You Nintendo" that they've ''loved'' to do. (They even stopped to say "Fuck you Microsoft" with ''TalesOfVesperia''.)

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** Alternately, it could be looked at as f standing for "Finished" or "Fixed", since a major complaint about the Wii version was the game was a massive glitch fess, soon after the release. Which in a way still makes the completed version released on the PS3 a "Fuck you" for Wii owners as given the Wii hardware is older tech, and they released it right before FFXIII dropped in Japan, this seems to be the case of the developer not caring enough to either delay the game to correct the mistakes or purposely sending it out to fail.


[[WMG: YuriLowenthall will voice Asbel once Tales of Gracesf is localized...]]

...thereby completing his status as walking, talking [[ShoutOut Shout]] [[CodeGeass Out.]]

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[[WMG: YuriLowenthall YuriLowenthal will voice Asbel once Tales of Gracesf is localized...]]

...thereby completing his status as a walking, talking [[ShoutOut Shout]] [[CodeGeass Out.]]

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