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Death of Gustave XIII

“All that remains are the ruins of his capitol and his sword stuck in a charred, wooden beam.”

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SaGa Frontier 2

SaGa Frontier 2 (PS)

Genre/Style: Role-playing/Third-Person 3D RPG
Release Date: 15/FEB/00
Emblem for Genome

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Hmmm, Gustav the 13th.. wasn't that the swedish king who was shot during an siege of an norwegian castle.

I've no idea actually, but my girlfriend knows every queen and king around lol
This Gustav XIII is the one born with no magic in a world where people use wooden kitchen knives and use magic to make the things cut anyway. It would be like one of our own royalty being born blind.
Sort of like A Spell For Chameleon?
Very similar, yes.
Xanth reference wins the game :P
I was watching Legend of the Seeker & they had an extremely un-gifted one. She could not use any magic but her advantage was magic had no effect on her. So wooden knife would be just that, & not able to cut her.
The same was true of Gustave XIII, except steel also resists magic. He made steel armor in order to make himself even more resistant to magic, then he took his least magically givfted solders and put them in steel armor as well, to create a magic-resistant company of infantry. He was also the only person who was able to see the assassins who used magic to keep poeple from noticing them.
Doesn't sound too be that bad afterall.
Does this mean you lost the game or is it a bookend?
By "bookend," do you mean something you see when you win?
He gets killed offscreen halfway through the game. You're playing a completely different doomed character at the time.
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