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* FriendlyFandoms: Disgaea fans are well known bros to the VideoGame/WhenTheyCry and VideoGAme/BlazBlue fandoms.

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* FriendlyFandoms: Disgaea fans are well known bros to the VideoGame/WhenTheyCry VisualNovel/WhenTheyCry and VideoGAme/BlazBlue fandoms.


* FriendlyFandoms: Disgaea fans are well known bros to the WhenTheyCry and BlazBlue fandoms.

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* FriendlyFandoms: Disgaea fans are well known bros to the WhenTheyCry VideoGame/WhenTheyCry and BlazBlue VideoGAme/BlazBlue fandoms.


* AwesomeMusic: [[AwesomeMusic/{{Disgaea}} Has enough to earn its own page.]]

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* AwesomeMusic: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: [[AwesomeMusic/{{Disgaea}} Has enough to earn its own page.]]



* MostWonderfulSound:

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** Clergies (Male Healers), due to being [[DudeLooksLikeALady feminine boys]] who wear what are effectively dresses.


** Female archers, one of the only generics that clock in about as popular as main characters (#10 in one of the recent ones).

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** Female archers, one of the only generics that clock in about as popular as main characters (#10 in one of the recent ones). In particular, they are known for their signature [[MegaTwintails giant drill twintails]].


** Ditto with the Nintendo Switch port of Disgaea 5, though there wasn't any new content released with the port beyond the DLCs.

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** Ditto with the Nintendo Switch port of Disgaea 5, though there wasn't any new content released with the port beyond the DLCs.{DLC}s.

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* CatharsisFactor: If your units are powerful enough, you can take it out on Senators who vote your bills into rejection by [[BloodOnTheDebateFloor pounding them dead]].

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** The problem was solved in a very well received way in Disgaea 5 by using BOTH systems. For the first time, monster weapons and armor gain mastery. Using mana to upgrade skills to increase damage in exchange for skill level reducing SP cost for skills instead of boosting damage. This means that for the first time in Disgaea history, StoneWall characters (and support characters via trickle down effect) are viable in post game.


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** Its implied that it was simply his crazy high power level that made him so terrifying. Valvatorez was a Tyrant Overlord and possibly a netherheart overlord (and doesn't know it) given 5.


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* FriendlyFandoms: Disgaea fans are well known bros to the WhenTheyCry and BlazBlue fandoms.

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** Ditto with the Nintendo Switch port of Disgaea 5, though there wasn't any new content released with the port beyond the DLCs.


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** The PC Ports have some issues as well, but many of these have been patched in the meantime.


** The actual villains in the games mostly avert this, either by being impossible to root for due to being ''actually evil'' unlike most demons (namely [[spoiler: Vulcanus, the fake Overlord Zenon, and Super Hero Aurum]]), or by [[AntiVillain not being evil at all]] (namely [[spoiler: Seraph Lamington and Xenolith]]).

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** The actual villains in the games mostly avert this, either by being impossible to root for due to being ''actually evil'' unlike most demons (namely [[spoiler: Vulcanus, the fake Overlord Zenon, and Super Hero Aurum]]), or Aurum, Void Dark]]), by [[AntiVillain not being evil at all]] (namely [[spoiler: Seraph Lamington and Xenolith]]).Xenolith]]). Only a couple villains ([[spoiler: Judge Nemo and Majorita]]) have it both ways, with *very* depressing backstories that in no way excuse their actions.


* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: It's really common to see players have a bunch of CannonFodder characters in their playthroughs specifically for throwing more important characters to specific areas of the battle field. Common fodder for this role usually includes mages[[note]]since teaching your main mage spells outside of their specific element usually involves winding up with a bunch of apprentice mages anyways[[/note]] or Heavy Knights.[[note]]Since they have the best throwing distance.[[/note]]

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* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: It's really common to see players have a bunch of CannonFodder characters in their playthroughs specifically for throwing more important characters to specific areas of the battle field. Common fodder for this role usually includes mages[[note]]since teaching your main mage spells outside of their specific element usually involves winding up with a bunch of apprentice mages anyways[[/note]] or anyways[[/note]], Heavy Knights.[[note]]Since Knights[[note]]Since they have the best throwing distance in most games.[[/note]], or Wrestlers[[note]]Added in Disgaea 5, who have an even better throwing distance.[[/note]]


* NightmareFuel: Many players have shat their pants the first time they laid eyes on Baal's stupidly high stats. The stages he's fought on are lined with mysterious runes on the floor that only amp up his unholy factor. And he ''never stays dead''; he'll simply move from one body to the next to stay alive, ensuring that it's going to take another GameBreaker army to keep him down.

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* NightmareFuel: Many players have shat their pants the first time they laid eyes on Baal's stupidly high stats. The stages he's fought on are lined with mysterious runes on the floor that only amp up his unholy factor. And he ''never stays dead''; he'll simply move from one body to the next to stay alive, ensuring that it's going to take another GameBreaker army to keep him down.down and prevent him from effortlessly destroying the entire Netherworlds.

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* NightmareFuel: Many players have shat their pants the first time they laid eyes on Baal's stupidly high stats. The stages he's fought on are lined with mysterious runes on the floor that only amp up his unholy factor. And he ''never stays dead''; he'll simply move from one body to the next to stay alive, ensuring that it's going to take another GameBreaker army to keep him down.


* PlayTheGameSkipTheStory: The games' stories aren't exactly seen as the best writing, so the appeal for a lot of fans is the many ways to raise units to become [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] juggernauts. NIS seems to be aware of this, as many games allow the player to skip cutscenes even if it's their first time viewing them.



* ShipToShipCombat: Should Laharl end up with Flonne or Etna? It doesn't help that there's ample ShipTease for both ships across the games and other ExpandedUniverse works (the first game and the novels tends to favor Laharl x Flonne while D2 and the Disgaea 2 manga tends to favor Laharl x Etna). Some, however, [[OneTrueThreesome take a third option]].
** Valvatorez is also a victim of this, in regards to both Fenrich and [[spoiler: Artina]].

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Should Laharl end up with Flonne or Etna? It doesn't help that there's ample ShipTease for both ships across the games and other ExpandedUniverse works (the first game and the novels tends to favor Laharl x Flonne while D2 and the Disgaea 2 manga tends to favor Laharl x Etna). Some, however, [[OneTrueThreesome take a third option]].
** Valvatorez is also a victim of this, in regards to both Fenrich and [[spoiler: Artina]].[[spoiler:Artina]]. [[spoiler:Artina's]] history with Val and subsequent interactions alongside heavy hints of their relationship in the opening favor [[spoiler:Artina]], but the heavy dose of HoYay and Fenrich's animosity towards those who get close to Val is hard for fans to ignore.


* MostWonderfulSound: The ''chhhing!'' sound that indicates that a unit has upgraded their Class Proficiency, learned a new skill, or gained an Evility slot.

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The ''chhhing!'' sound that indicates that a unit has upgraded their Class Proficiency, learned a new skill, or gained an Evility slot.slot.
** So you're traversing the Item World when suddenly...''DING! DING! DING! DING! DING! DING!'' Congrats, you found a bonus room!

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