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** You're unable to control allied units in combat. This means no card skills and no passive/aggressive modes, which means they ''will'' lose easy fights.



* ThatOneBoss: Goddamn Gulcasa...

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* ThatOneBoss: Goddamn Gulcasa...Gulcasa, who practically requires you either use Gravity Chaos (which is thankfully obtained before fighting him the first time) to curse him, a sufficiently leveled Rosary who can take advantage of the brief period his attacks are fire element, Mistel, or Crusade. Nothing else is consistently viable.


** Provided you use a few stat boosting items on her before she levels up too much, Mistel absolutely murders everything. The primary reason being that her weapon is a ''scythe''.

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** Provided you use a few stat boosting items on her before she levels up too much, to maximize her early small star gain, Mistel absolutely murders everything. The primary reason being that her weapon is a ''scythe''.



** Don't forget Pamela's obsession with Nietzsche...

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** Don't forget Pamela's obsession with Nietzsche...Nietzsche, which is the entire reason you recruit her.



* JerkassWoobie: Leon

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* JerkassWoobie: LeonLeon. Big emphasis on jerkass, since you only learn about him thanks to his much nicer sister.
* MemeticBadass: For whatever reason, Monica is this in the Japanese fandom. As in Monica, the character you encounter in chapter five that has stats that are weak for chapter one.


** And you can't forget Fanelia. Just... ''Fanelia.''

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** And you can't forget %% Fanelia. Just... ''Fanelia.''


* TierInducedScrappy: There is no way to make Russel a better combatant than Yggdra. You generally don't want to use more than one character with the same weapon, unless they're staff users. So most people don't use him at all.

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* TierInducedScrappy: There is no way to make Russel a better combatant than Yggdra. You generally don't want to use more than one character with the same weapon, unless they're staff users. So most people don't use him at all. His signature card isn't any better, being ''actively detrimental'' if you use it, since breaking items is worse than using Steal or getting a character with a Luck stat higher than the opponent to deal the killing blow.

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** The amount of time it takes to unlock core concepts like unions and skills. Instead of one per map to ease you into it, there are ''multiple'' maps between unlocking new mechanics.


* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: The beginning of Battlefield 42.
** When Eudy says goodbye to Baldus in Battlefield 39.



* [[GameBreaker Game Breakers]]: Gulcasa and Nessiah, who by themselves can slaughter the player's full Union and do it with ease. Luckily, Yggdra also becomes one after her AwesomeMomentOfCrowning.

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* [[GameBreaker Game Breakers]]: GameBreaker:
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Gulcasa and Nessiah, who by themselves can slaughter the player's full Union and do it with ease. Luckily, Yggdra also becomes one after her AwesomeMomentOfCrowning.



* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments:
** The beginning of Battlefield 42.
** When Eudy says goodbye to Baldus in Battlefield 39.
* HoYay:
** Zilva and Elena.
** Don't forget Pamela's obsession with Nietzsche...



* LesYay: Zilva and Elena.
** Don't forget Pamela's obsession with Nietzsche...

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*CompleteMonster: Nessiah, formerly known as Aries, is a [[FallenAngel fallen Grim Angel]] that was cast down to Asgard and put into a weaker body. [[RageAgainstTheHeavens Wanting revenge against the gods]], Nessiah creates the Tactic Cards and the Grand Centurio, a sword empowered by negative emotions. Giving the sword to the first royal ruler of Fantasinia, Nessiah starts to manipulate conflicts in order to fuel the sword until it becomes strong enough to break the seal of his real body. Seducing an Undine to get the Transmigragem, an item that allows them to reincarnate, Nessiah frames the humans to start a war that leads the Undine to near-extinction. Working for [[TheEmpire the Bronquian Empire]], Nessiah uses an army of resurrected corpses in [[AndIMustScream eternal pain]] to fight the Royal Army and allows the heroes live in order to fuel the conflict while killing his own soldiers for opposing it. After the island containing his real body emerges from the ocean, Nessiah [[FauxAffablyEvil politely asks]] the heroine for the Grand Centurio; when she refuses, Nessiah summons another army, including the resurrected corpse of one of her friends, intending to kill her and all the Royal Army.


* MagnificentBastard: [[spoiler:Nessiah has orchestrated many wars just to fuel the Gran Centurio with enough power through bloodshed so that he can free himself and take revenge on the gods.]]


** Also, TOUCH ME AND I'LL CUT YOU (or, in the English version, "Come near me and I shall strike you down"), a fan favorite of Yggdra's lines from early in the game. StingEntertainment is well aware that it's a fan favorite, and it's used much more often in VideoGame/YggdraUnison; the online radio show hosted by Yggdra and Kylier's voice actresses [[FandomNod even had a segment named after the line]].

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** Also, TOUCH ME AND I'LL CUT YOU (or, in the English version, "Come near me and I shall strike you down"), a fan favorite of Yggdra's lines from early in the game. StingEntertainment Creator/StingEntertainment is well aware that it's a fan favorite, and it's used much more often in VideoGame/YggdraUnison; the online radio show hosted by Yggdra and Kylier's voice actresses [[FandomNod even had a segment named after the line]].


* BlindIdiotTranslation[=/=]{{Woolseyism}}: {{Atlus}}' localization of the game strays from the original script in a number of places. The translators owned up to changing one of Durant's lines in the tutorials because they felt it was an OutOfCharacterMoment; some lines, such as Yggdra's "Solving swords with problems?" at the end of Chapter 8, do not exist in the Japanese script at all; the entirety of Gulcasa's characterization was altered, his diction made more formalized and haughty than in Japanese and a lot of his PetTheDog moments (such as his marked reluctance to fight Elena in Chapter 5) removed. A number of the translations, such as Gulcasa's title ("Entei", or "Blazing Emperor") and the name of the war between the Royal Army and Asgard ("Shinkaisensou") were changed ("Emperor of Carnage") or just flat-out wrong ("Ragnarok"), creating a number of [[DubInducedPlotHole plot holes]]. Compare both language versions of any battlefield's dialogue and they probably won't match up too well. In all fairness to the English localization team, the schedule {{Atlus}} set up for the GBA localization left them very little time and the interface required a lot of heavy editing, as a lot of images required editing to replace the Japanese text with English, so they were most likely very rushed with production. However, most of the mistakes remain in the PSP version. Some people are very unhappy with this. Other fans could care less.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation[=/=]{{Woolseyism}}: {{Atlus}}' Creator/{{Atlus}}' localization of the game strays from the original script in a number of places. The translators owned up to changing one of Durant's lines in the tutorials because they felt it was an OutOfCharacterMoment; some lines, such as Yggdra's "Solving swords with problems?" at the end of Chapter 8, do not exist in the Japanese script at all; the entirety of Gulcasa's characterization was altered, his diction made more formalized and haughty than in Japanese and a lot of his PetTheDog moments (such as his marked reluctance to fight Elena in Chapter 5) removed. A number of the translations, such as Gulcasa's title ("Entei", or "Blazing Emperor") and the name of the war between the Royal Army and Asgard ("Shinkaisensou") were changed ("Emperor of Carnage") or just flat-out wrong ("Ragnarok"), creating a number of [[DubInducedPlotHole plot holes]]. Compare both language versions of any battlefield's dialogue and they probably won't match up too well. In all fairness to the English localization team, the schedule {{Atlus}} Atlus set up for the GBA localization left them very little time and the interface required a lot of heavy editing, as a lot of images required editing to replace the Japanese text with English, so they were most likely very rushed with production. However, most of the mistakes remain in the PSP version. Some people are very unhappy with this. Other fans could care less.


** Also, TOUCH ME AND I'LL CUT YOU (or, in the English version, "Come near me and I shall strike you down"), a fan favorite of Yggdra's lines from early in the game. StingEntertainment is well aware that it's a fan favorite, and it's used much more often in YggdraUnison; the online radio show hosted by Yggdra and Kylier's voice actresses [[FandomNod even had a segment named after the line]].

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** Also, TOUCH ME AND I'LL CUT YOU (or, in the English version, "Come near me and I shall strike you down"), a fan favorite of Yggdra's lines from early in the game. StingEntertainment is well aware that it's a fan favorite, and it's used much more often in YggdraUnison; VideoGame/YggdraUnison; the online radio show hosted by Yggdra and Kylier's voice actresses [[FandomNod even had a segment named after the line]].

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** Provided you use a few stat boosting items on her before she levels up too much, Mistel absolutely murders everything. The primary reason being that her weapon is a ''scythe''.


* MoeMoe: Yggdra, Nietzsche, Pamela, Emilia, Nessiah, and #367. Just to name a few.

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* MoeMoe: {{Moe}}: Yggdra, Nietzsche, Pamela, Emilia, Nessiah, and #367. Just to name a few.


* TheScrappy: The Royal Army, for good reason.


* ViewerGenderConfusion: Nessiah and the generic Necromancer units were widely (and now infamously) mistaken for women on one of the FanDumb boards. This led to much amusement and StupidSexyFlanders, although none of the in-game characters have trouble telling that the characters in question are male.

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* ViewerGenderConfusion: Nessiah and the generic Necromancer units were widely (and now infamously) mistaken for women on one of the FanDumb boards. This led to much amusement and StupidSexyFlanders, although none of the in-game characters have trouble telling that the characters in question are male.

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