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Jul 22nd 2012 at 6:26:32 AM •••

Not sure if this is really an example, so bringing it here:

  • Revive Kills Zombie: Undead units (skeletons and ghosts) are dusted with one hit from a holy attack, usually delivered by cleric classes.
    • Changed in Ogre Battle 64, although still used: Anything can kill an undead, but they'll revive at the end of the battle unless the actual final blow was a holy attack... or the undead's entire unit was wiped out. Basically done so that units without a holy attacker would no longer be completely helpless against the undead.

Revive Kills Zombie refers to healing techniques or items damaging the undead, while they normally heal everyone else. Holy attacks being effective against the undead is not this trope.

Jan 8th 2011 at 1:18:03 PM •••

I was thinking, the video of the Crowning Moment Of Heartwarming is kind of incomprehensible if you don't understand Japanese. Maybe someone should make a translation of it and post it somewhere? Just so things make sense.

I can probably make a rough translation of most of the talking, but I can't read Japanese so some bits will be missing and/or slightly off.

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