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In a bid to cripple Ulthuans military and economic relations with the Dwarfs, Malekith By this time, the crown of rulership was passed down to another Dwarf , High King In a final push to end the war, High King Gotrek led his throng to drive the . out as a Dragon delved into the tunnels and claimed the hold as his own. Some Elves believed the Dwarves were creatures of Morgoth and hunted them. an Orc attack, and Azaghal gave him the Dragon-Helm of Dor-lómin in gratitude. Relations soured between the Sindar and the Dwarves when Thingol asked some Dwarves of Nogrod to place the Silmaril retrieved from Morgoth's crown by. Dwarves, sometimes called the Stout Folk, were a natural humanoid race common throughout parts of Toril as well as Abeir. This idea carried on to relations with other races and dwarves were . Crown Wars, and these southern dwarves were driven into exile, ending the ancient kingdom. Dragon #58 (TSR, Inc.), pp.
Unlike most elves who don't trust outsiders, she longs for adventures and leaves the forest. Her Elemental Lore spell is based on whatever element is closest at the time of casting. Alone the most reliable are the tornado by default and, thanks to all the torches and Salamander Oilhoming fireballs. This also means she can mimic the elemental spells that Wizards and Sorceresses are castingin her own style.
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When near ice Elemental Lore creates small ice spheres spin out from her, freezing anything in the way. By default Elemental Lore creates a small tornado in front of her, her Power Shot creates a small tornado on impact. When used in deep water Elemental Lore creates a small whirlpool that constantly damages enemies, with smaller water sources it creates a small shockwave that crosses the screen. When cast near a geyser she fires out a burst of water from her hands. She can make her arrows create pillars of flame, and create homing fireballs with Elemental Lore while near fire sources or burning.
Fights at close range with her legs. She's an archer from the forest whose reclusive tribe serves as the guardians of the woods. She's pretty frail, but incredibly mobile, with huge dodge speed, double jumping and attacks that launch her and her enemies!
Friend to All Living Things: Plays with a couple of chipmunks when idle. She's pretty frail, but she is very proficient with a dagger, having an ability that allows her to do extra damage with backstabs. And then there's those arrows, which hit HARD, can be doused in poison or set on fire for increased damage and can be included easily in combos.
Instead of an exaggerated chest or backside, her stylized female form is denoted by a tiny waist and overly wide hips. After a while, she'll have two chipmunks show up on her head and arm. Wears a pointy hood attached to her cape.
She's a female Elf who uses kick moves at close range. She has a skill called "Deadly Boots" that adds the defense power of any boots you have equipped to her attack power. An Elf who takes the Battle Hardened skill can, with just a small amount of damage reduction gear, reduce even the most powerful of attacks to nearly nothing while attacking with her bow. As long as her bow is drawn, the only attacks that pose any true threat to her are ones that forcibly cancel attacks, such as being eaten or almost everything the Red Dragon does.
Proper use of Salamander Oil and Toxic Extract shots can enable her to kill most bosses in a matter of seconds. A variation of the Wizard's and Sorceress's meter. It displays how many arrows she has remaining instead. Toxic Extract allows her to coat her weapons in poison. Any arrows that hit the ground while active release a purple poisonous cloud.
Can fire multiple arrows at once with the "Clone Strike" skill when crouching and firing upward or releasing a salvo from a dash attack. Our Elves Are Better: She's a Forest Elf. Older Than They Look: She looks and sounds like a teenager, though she's actually around She is a pointy-eared Elf, after all. Her Elf skills can include poison use, carrying holdout daggers and backstabbing.
She also takes money for killing things though so does everyone else. Basically she's the character closest to that of an Assassin.
While not as muscular as the Amazon's, they're still powerful. Can fire multiple arrows in multiple direction at once when you sufficiently upgrade the "Clone Strikes" skill. In her ending, rather than being an outcast for working with humans and dwarves, the elven king grants her the title of Crown Regent. It helps that she ended up making it so he didn't have to fight the Ancient Dragon.
Can fire a spread of arrows into the sky that rain death on her enemies. The Elf's clothing is serviceable and all business, and she wears more than the Amazon and Sorceress combined. Uses arrows that explode, poison, and do various other interesting things. Who Wears Short Shorts? Though her boots are so high that she shows very little skin between them and her shorts. Wears thigh boots and Short Shortsleaving a small line of skin near the top of her thighs exposed.
The Fighter Voiced by: He's able to provide the party with defensive support and is pretty good with his sword, though his attack is weaker than the Amazon's or the Dwarf's.
Fighter can utilize hand axes as well as swords. The Fighter's shield can gain the ability to reflect projectile attacks. In his ending, it is said he continued adventuring well into his seventies.
He and the Amazon are the only two humans not powered by anything, relying only on their honed skills. Played with; despite being a Top-Heavy Guy and having an intimidating appearance when fully armored, taking his helmet off reveals that his face is surprisingly pretty.
His air attack has him creating a whirlwind of strikes with his blade, and has a version of the same as a ground attack, too. Wears plated armor, the finish varying with each palette swap. Technically has this as his Tempest Edge and Cyclone Masher are blindingly fast sword slashes that resemble wind. Just has a shield and a sword, but his high defense and simple mechanics make him one of the easiest classes to use.
A Boba Fett helmet with Bull horns attached. Wields a shiny looking Greatsword. Has tanned skin and platinum hair. Death of a Thousand Cuts: His Cyclone Masher does little damage per hit, but boy does it stack.
Resorts to this after he does his power smash attack or loses his weapon. Can plunge his sword into the ground to create a shockwave that hits enemy enemy near him.
His main weapon, although he can also use one-handed axes. Removes his helmet, then puts it back on. After a couple of minutes, he'll leave the helmet off. One of the few, if only, times you'll see his sprite without a helmet on.
Knight in Shining Armor: An armor clad hero who wanders the world righting wrongs and battling the forces of darkness. Knight Errant Icy Blue Eyes: One of the only things that can be seen when he's wearing his helmet, along with some strands of hair.
The Fighter has average speed, but his attack speed is very fast compared to others, and each attack hits HARD. Coupled that with his main role being the tank, and this fits him perfectly.
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Can even block dragon's breath for both himself and everyone behind him. His personal physique isn't too bad, but his armour really doesn't help Never takes his armor off, other than occasionally his helmet.
Fighter's Cyclone Masher becomes this while unarmed. Can smash into enemies with his shield. The fighter does this with his downward stab, which will create an area shockwave, the area increasing as the level increases.
But even more impressive are his Elbows of Doom. When his Tempest Edge levels up higher, it can finish with a long-range sword stab that hits multiple times,cause knockback, and cover over half the screen, all from a standing position. Can slam his sword into the ground to create a shockwave. Has the highest defense in the game, but also middling attack range.
Throwing Your Sword Always Works: In addition to his Sword Plantthe Fighter can throw his sword. With the right perks, it can create a shockwave when it hits the ground. Can launch himself forward on the ground or through the air to close in on opponents. The Sorceress Voiced by: Her offensive spells aren't as powerful as the Wizard's, but she has the most support spells, the ability to summon skeletons, and plenty of curses to debilitate enemies.
Does it during her walking animation and in her Idle Animation. Can teleport behind enemies and bump into them with her backside. She also does this as her running attack. Bad Powers, Good People: She can summon the dead and turn you into a frog, but she's still a hero trying to save the world.
Can turn enemies into frogs. Hinted at by two of her death quotes, which state "Tell her She has the highest ranking Luck Stat. As seen by her image on the right, this is the pose she adopts in one of her promotional artwork images. Her concept art design from back in was used, with some slight modificationfor Lima Ray the Witch.
Her original artwork is of a little girl in a similar outfit. With a focus on frost and earth spells: Can create a mini tornado. Can summon spikes and entire walls made of ice. Can summon a miniature thunder cloud that shocks enemies. Can use curses to turn enemies to stone. Can create a snowstorm. Can sit on her Magic Staff to fly through the air.
Her running animation is rather awkward, as she's doing a quick jog while looking as if she's hoping her breasts don't hit her in the face. She's bouncy even when she's just standing there, before her Idle Animation kicks in. She seems to take big breaths just to facilitate this. Before going back to her old life of adventure, her ending has her act as a rigged oracle to ensure peace and forestall potential rebellion among the nobles.
Taken Up to Eleven with her proportions and clothing choice. Looks at the screen and rocks back and forth out of boredom. After a while, she'll remove her hat and twirl it around when she sways.
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The Sorceress's real magic is how she gets her chest to stay in that dress. In real life her skinny waist would be incapable of supporting the rest of her frame, let alone her exaggerated chest and rear.
Oddly, some of the Sorceress remains and Sorceress NPCs have messages that indicate some of them have perkier personalities than the player's Sorceress.
Her weapon of choice is a crooked, wooden staff that she can cast magic with. Displayed over her head and the majority of her attacks require it including her teleport dodge. She can also recharge her mana with the press and hold of a button.
The Wizard has a similar meter. The most straightforward and exaggerated representation of this trope in this game. Can bring skeletons of the dead back to life to serve her. A pointy, black wizard hat. She has an English accent, one of the only characters to have one actually. It's more noticeable when she's the narrator. Her skirt is cut along the side to show off her bare legs. Her Impossibly-Low Neckline shows off a good deal of the sides of her breasts. Unlike the rest of the cast, who are voiced with American accents in the English dub, she is voiced with a quasi-British RP accent.
Uses ancient texts to cast her curses and other special abilities. Can teleport behind enemies, leaving them open to her attacks. In her ending, she becomes very popular with the nobles and leads a life of luxury. She soon gets bored of such life and starts hungering for adventures again.
Some of the Sorceress remains you can find have their final message having been in regards to their appearance being ruined. Can magically dash forward through the air. The Wizard Voiced by: He has the most powerful offensive spells at his disposal and is keen on using them against his foes. His Japanese voice is surprisingly deep, given his appearance. A Black Cloak with a nifty pointed hood. Can fashion a wooden Golem to fight on his behalf.
He's slender with long hair and a handsome face. His black robes add to his whole mysterious wizard motif. The Wizard uses magic focused on damage.
Can summon a storm of fireballs, lightning bolts or other magic down on his opponents. Even by the hypersexualized standards of female characters in videogames, this Sorceress is particularly cartoonish. Schreier pointed that out and expressed his misgivings: Look, the video game industry has a sexism problem. This is not very difficult to prove. Head to E3 and watch hordes of sweaty male attendees trample one another in order to get the best photos of booth babes.
Not when so many women still feel so uncomfortable playing games, or working in the video game industry, or attending gaming events. Not when so many games seem designed for men and only men. Objects not drawn to scale. Jerry Holkins, over at Penny Arcade, responded as follows maybe not to the Kotaku piece directly, but to any number of pieces that shared its sentiment: Schreier, in writing for Kotaku, is a video game critic.
He grounded these misgivings in the cultural context growing number and awareness of female gamers in which the work of art would be received, just as Roger Ebert did of The Doom Generation. He obviously had an agenda, but so does every critic: Or at least not for some of them. To his credit, Holkins does offer an alternative theory as to why the designers of Dragon Crown would make a peninsula-chested ingenue as a playable character: How does this man tie his shoes?
Both of them can still be right. Japanese art, especially in the context of manga, anime, and video games, has plenty of examples of exaggerated characteristics.