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Players take on the role of three characters: Yunica Tovah, granddaughter to one of the priests of Ys, and the ancestor to a side-character from the first game.
Hugo Fact, a magic user who launches magic bolts with help from a pair of Attack Drones.
PlayStation Portable, Windows Ys SEVEN is the first game to introduce multiple playable characters who can form a party of upwards to three - players control the leading member, while the AI controls the other two. Rather than elemental weapons used in order to determine damage dealt, SEVEN switches to the type of weapon wielded via "slashing", "striking" and "piercing" attributes.
Furthermore, each character has his or her different assortment of attack skills that can only be used if a skill meter is filled by attacking enemies.
Finally, blocking enemy attacks at the right moment called "Flash Guard" nullifies damage taken, but also guarantees a Critical Hit for the next attack. Despite being thrown into jail for stopping the army from harassing citizens, the duo's reputation from the previous games leads the king of Altago into requesting their help with regards to strange earthquakes that have been occurring with much frequency.
Lacrimosa of Dana Platforms: Memories of Celceta, Ys VIII features the same combat and party mechanics, but with a new "Break" status, where enemies hit with an attack which they are weak to causes them to become weak to all attributes. Due to story-events, the game includes a simulation-based aspect, where players will build and upgrade a settlement with added Tower Defense elements.
Although the PlayStation Vita version was released first in Japan duringa worldwide release was set for the PlayStation 4 and Vita platforms in Septembercoinciding with the franchise's 30th anniversary; the PC version was delayed until Aprilwhile a Nintendo Switch port was released in June of the same year. When Adol is shipwrecked traveling from Xandria back to the Eresia mainland by a giant sea creature immediately after Ys V, he wakes up on the unfamiliar Isle of Seiren in the Gaete Sea, alongside other passengers from their ship "Lombardia".
Trapped on this uncharted, uninhabited place, Adol must work with his newfound companions to survive and find a way off the island; meanwhile, he begins having dreams about a blue-haired woman called Dana, who has a connection to this place, and the horrible curse behind it. While Adol is the primary protagonist of the game, the story occasionally switches perspectives to Dana, who serves as the Deuteragonist.
Spin-Offs Ys Strategy Platforms: In a twist, Australia and Europe received a localization by publisher Rising Star Games, but left North American audiences no access to a version. Alternative Saga Platforms: Final FantasyYs vs.
Sora no Kiseki allows players to choose a character to participate in two-to-four player battles against other characters through Competitive or Co-Op Multiplayer. Characters available in the crossver include: Adol, Dogi Ys VI: There are also a series of novels based on the games, as well as two side-stories with no game equivalents: Last but not least, the music itself.
Not to be confused with the second music album of the same name by Joanna Newsomnor is the series based on the mythological city of Ys or Ker Ysthough the game does take its namesake from the myth. This series contains examples of: A God Am I: The goal of most major villains in the series.
In general, the Eldeen attitude towards humanity, though most of them are benevolent like Alma, Feena, and Reah. The OVA version of II tightens things up considerably and adds a few interesting elements like a twist on the in-game reliance on magic.
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This might be a bit of Foreshadowing on the artists' part to hint at the fact that they're originally from Genos Island.
The new coloration has been carried forward into every appearance the Stoddart siblings have made since, most obviously Ys Vs.
Trails in the Sky. Lots of towns feature characters with a mishmash of European-sounding names with a couple oddballs thrown in. Although Neina isn't from Xandria The Oath in Felghana is better about this. Characters other than villains aside from Count McGuire having a real last name tend to have normal names such as the sibling duo of Elena and Chester, Mayor Edgar, and even a miner who has recently been mistaken to have died in a mining accident named Bob.
The older one is a young man named Mustafa — a real Arabic name and thus one that works for someone from a location based on part of North Africa. His younger sister, Cruxie, however, has a name that doesn't sound like something someone from North Africa would have. The titular Ark of Napishitim in Ys VI goes insane and tries to destroy all civilization in Eresia once the control key Almarion is broken.
All There in the Manual: Perfect Data of Ys contains a whole lot of interesting information about the world. The Oath in Felghana has the town of Redmont attacked instead of occupied with everyone getting close to losing hope, but things get better when Dogi's trainer, Berhardt, gets everyone's spirits up and has the women and children take shelter while the men heavily guard the town, complete with more upbeat music starting up.
Toal to Hugo in Ys Origin. In Toal's route, it becomes obvious that Toal cares a lot about Hugo beneath that aloofness. American Kirby Is Hardcore: Just compare Adol with the picture above. An Axe to Grind: Yunica Tovah wields a battleaxe in Origin. And Man Grew Proud: The miners of Esteria ignored the ancient warnings against mining Cleria, a magic ore that is responsible spawning the demon army that ravaged the ancient kingdom of Ys.
Also, the Clan of Darkness, who in their pursuit of knowledge and power destroyed much of their and Eldeen civilizations.
Dogi asks this of Chester after learning his motivations for collecting the four statues in Oath. Dogi wonders what Chester's going to do after he's gotten his revenge, and if it'll be worth it. Chester briefly falters, but announces that he's come too far to turn back and stabs Dogi. The amount of XP granted from a given enemy is a function of the monster's level relative to Adol's level. After a while, defeating a monster will only yield 1XP, with hundreds or thousands needed to level up.
Most versions of Ys I also have a 10 level cap that is maxed out so quickly that there's usually no point in grinding even without trying, you'll end up within one level of reaching it by the time you find the third book of six.【 Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim 】 Ending & Credits
A Class 2 occurred centuries before the collapse of Ys, which itself was a Class 1. Lacrimosa of Dana has four Class 3a events happen in its backstory; with only one survivor for each event. None of these events happened in the era of humanity. Chester actually refers to him as Lord McGuire. Turns out he was being manipulated by Garland. The series's art style varies between games, though one example of a change in art style is Ys SEVEN having Adol and Dogi looking older than in the first game which they both debuted inbut since several years passed between those games, it actually makes more sense than a lot of examples of the trope and ends up being less noticeable.
The four statues that house the power of Galbalan in Oath count as well. The philosopher's stone in Ys V also is said to bring destruction to lands around it. Interestingly, the Black Pearl, despite its association and color, was originally benevolent.
It was only after the unchecked usage of its power gave birth to demons that it became the full fledged example of this trope. Many of the games in this series have no connection to Ys itself. However, Eldeen artifacts and history have been scattered across the known world, causing similar events that doomed Ys to repeat. Some demons in Ys: Origin who use ramming attacks against the player character sometimes charge and then fall into a hole going to the floor below.
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Rado's Annex a two-story tower that is connected to the 16th floor of Darm Tower by a bridge that is only anchored to the ground on one side is pretty much structurally impossible. Yunica actually points this out when she first sees it in Origin. Witness how in Ys I, he's little more than a guy who busts Adol out of prison Each of the playable characters in Origin can be considered this from the perspective of the other routes.
Also, in Oath in Felghana, Dularn and Garland.
In the original Wanderers, both barely counted as characters Dularn got one line, if that, depending the version. In Oath, both have vastly expanded roles. Nell's both a presence in town and stalks you as "Dularn" throughout most of the game, and Garland does a great job fooling everyone before showing his true colors.
Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: The Eldeen just can't seem to stick around, it seems. A Taste of Power: In The Dawn of Ys, Adol starts with the best equipment from the chronologically previous game.
With it he can one-hit kill everything and nothing can really hurt him. Naturally, he loses it very quickly and doesn't get it back until much later. In Lacrimosa of Dana, Adol still has his Isis Blade from the previous game, but only uses it during the first boss battle, whereupon it gets lost at sea. Hugo in Origin, but that turns out very badly until he gets some unlikely help. We later learn at the start of Ys VI that she grew up quite nice, is the daughter of a famous pirate, and still has a huge crush on Adol Just watch her reunion scene midway through the game, its hilarious I won't repeat the expletive she calls him at the end of her self-rant on how worried she was lol.
Up in the air on this one!
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Involved somehow in the main plot, but otherwise, I know zip about her. Priestess of the Rehda tribe, who happens to be the Chief's elder niece.
She's quite the looker: LOL yes, the Rehda have tails, I know its weird. She nurses Adol back to health after he washes up on Quatera Island is it me or does Adol have bad luck with boats? I have yet to confirm or deny if she has feelings for him, but based on how she reacted to him when rescued, I'd say its a possibility. Olha's little sister and the game's resident loli, who has some rather phenomenal clairvoyant abilities. No romantic feelings here for three main reasons. She is still just a kid and has no idea what romance is.
She was initially afraid of Adol, because of visions she had surrounding his arrival.