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Video Game / Brave Trials

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The wheels of fate are turning. The legendary hero is about to awaken.

Brave Trials is a mobile MMORPG for the Android and iOS created by I Got Games. The game is an Action RPG primarily with Beat 'em Up elements.

The goal of the game is to advance through various trials which are essentially waves of enemies within a single area. Between each trial, the player character can interact with NPC's and advance

Brave Trials contains examples of the following tropes:

  • All Deserts Have Cacti - The Desert Oasis has plenty of cacti.
  • Animesque - Brave Trials features colorful anime-inspired graphics.
  • Anti Poop-Socking - You can only attempt trials so many times before you run out of stamina which regains by 1 every six minutes.
  • Class and Level System
  • Fighter, Mage, Thief - The three playable classes are Fighter, Rogue and Mage. Upgraded classes were introduced in an update.
  • Gotta Catch Them All - Lots of different faen to collect.
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  • Microtransactions
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Mecha! - Magnetbot in particular from the Scorched Plains.
  • Level Grinding - Trials start off very easy, but quickly hit a difficulty spike if you don't level up your faen.
  • Monsters Everywhere - Every trial consist of your character mowing down hordes of monsters. Once the last one is defeated, the trial is complete.
  • Our Monsters Are Different - Monsters are in fact quite intelligent and sentient.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different - According to General Lupin, they're the noblest of all races.
  • Player Versus Player - In the Arena, you can fight other players and their faen to gain in rank.
  • Schizo Tech - The game is primarily medieval in setting, but there's plenty of mechanized faen and robots.
    • The Scorched Plains look like the ruins of a modern construction site.
  • Shout-Out - The male fighter class's red spiky hair makes him heavily resemble that from Final Fantasy I.
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  • Standard Fantasy Setting - Likely done as an homage, the game is set in a world highly resembling that of either early Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest.
  • Welcome to Corneria - NPC's begin conversations with the same line of dialogue every single time. For example, Hati the Sage says the image caption every time you speak to him regardless of the topic at hand.
  • Wizard Classic - Hati the Sage wears blue robes with a pointed hat and a white beard.

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