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Video Game / Postknight

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Postknight is an RPG for the iPhone/iPad and Android. In it, you play as the titular Postknight, a pink-haired male knight who delivers post.

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  • Blow You Away: The Scandit Chief of Griffondell has a Zephyrite gun that when used, uses winds to push you back.
  • Cap: At version 1.0.17(124), the maximum level is 70.
  • Character Customization: You can choose the name of the Postknight you play as, and increase some of your stats every time you level up.
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  • Character Level: You gather Experience Points, and after getting a certain number of them, you can increase your stats.
  • Experience Points: Earn them either by waiting, or fighting monsters. Get enough, and you level up.
  • Experience Booster: Multiple methods:
    • One of the purposes of the Intelligence stat.
    • Some equipment sets boost experience: "Adventurer's Set", and "Seagleam Set" boost experience gain by 10% and 15%, respectively.
    • The final level of some equipment also give experience boosts with the hidden property, "Thrive High", which gives 5% experience boost, such as on the Adventurer's Cap.
    • The Experience Ring boosts experience gain by 100% permanently.
  • Fireballs: Bandit Mages fire them.
  • Flavor Text: Every item has some, like:
    • Apple Juice:
      Freshly pressed apple juice in a bottle.
    • Honey:
      A jar of sticky sweetness.
  • Flowers of Romance: You deliver a bouquet for someone's date in one of the Delivery Quests at Shello Bay.
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  • "Get Back Here!" Boss: The final bosses in Pompon and Caldemount would try to run away from you before attacking.
  • Hammer Space: Items that the Postknight must deliver are shrunken down and stored inside magical scrolls, allowing you to deliver things such as entire buildings with relative ease.
  • Healing Potion: The red potion heals and gives some defense.
  • Job Title: Also a One-Word Title and a Portmantitle.
  • Life Meter: The game uses a red one for you, and your enemies.
  • Money Spider: Defeated enemies drop money.
  • One-Word Title: Also a Job Title and a Portmantitle.
  • Pointy Ears: The Sirens of Shello Bay have them,
  • Portmantitle: Also a Job Title and a One-Word Title.
  • Pyromaniac: It's the "seemingly dangerous person" who you're delivering a "seemingly dangerous potion" to in the KABOOM Delivery Quest at Shello Bay.
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  • Regenerating Health: Wait when outside a mission, and you regain health.
  • Scratch Damage: No matter how much defense you have, you always take at least 1 point of damage from attacks.
  • Sirens Are Mermaids: The Sirens of Shello Bay have female upper bodies, but fish tail lower bodies.
  • Tennis Boss: The Pirate Boss of Shello Bay fires three cannon balls at you, and the third one, if you shield against it, hits the boss for 50 points of damage out of his 500.
  • Unstoppable Mailman: The Postknight is basically a mailman who fights through hordes of monsters and bandits to make deliveries.
  • Wrench Wench: Asteria, one of the girls you can bond with, is a blacksmith.


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