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Devil May Cry (Video Game)

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Devil May Cry is a Stylish Action Hack and Slash Video Game Franchise created by Hideki Kamiya, and developed and published by Capcom in 2001. Originally intended to be the fourth installment in Capcom's Resident Evil series, Devil May Cry has been noted as the Trope Codifier for modern 3D Hack and Slash Stylish Action games.Taking place in the modern day, the games revolve around Dante, the Anti-Hero Half-Human Hybrid Demon Slaying son of an Ascended Demon named Sparda. Thousands of years ago, Sparda sealed away his fellow demons and freed the human world from their control. However, Sparda eventually died, leaving behind a human wife named Eva and two halfbreed twins named Dante and Vergil. Without Sparda to protect them, Eva is soon murdered, Vergil becomes an Anti-Villain obsessed with power, and Dante decides to work as a demon-hunting sword-for-hire so he can find the demons responsible for tearing apart his family and give them their just desserts. And make a great deal of money, of course.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Gameplay focuses on using mixtures of Hack and Slash, Launcher Moves, Ground Pounds, Dash Attacks, Video Game Dashing, Double Jumps, Super Modes, and Stance Systems to create stylish, fast-paced Combos. Onus is placed on the player's skill with their moveset, and their ability to alternate between different weapons and moves. However, Adventure Game elements such as puzzle-solving and exploration are also featured.Compare other Hack and Slash video games, in particular Hideki Kamiya's PlatinumGames spiritual successor, Bayonetta. Despite the identical title acronym, the series aren't related with Run–D.M.C. or Detroit Metal City.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Main games Devil May Cry (2001): Half-Human Hybrid demon slayer Dante fights his way through a demon-infested Haunted Castle to prevent the Big Bad his father sealed away from returning, along the way crossing paths with his brother Vergil and picking up a demon sidekick named Trish. Devil May Cry 2 (2003): A stoic Dante and an artificial demon named Lucia fight a Corrupt Corporate Executive who's after the powers of Hell. Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening (2005): In a prequel to the first game, Dante tries to stop his brother Vergil from opening a Hell Gate to get his hands on the power of their father, along the way teaming up with a Badass Normal demon slayer called Lady who's looking for her demon-worshiping dad. Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening - Special Edition (2006): Updated Re-release that adds Vergil as a playable character, a turbo mode, a "Bloody Palace" challenge mode, and new difficulty options (alongside rebalancing the existing ones so all versions match). Devil May Cry 4 (2008): A deuteragonist Dante and new protagonist Nero battle The Legions of Hell and each other when someone starts opening Hell Gates on the island where Nero lives. Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition (2015): Updated Re-release of Devil May Cry 4 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Adds new playable characters (Vergil, Lady, and Trish), and a Japanese language track, plus Turbo Mode and Legendary Dark Knight difficulty in all versions. Devil May Cry HD Collection (2012): A compilation of remastered HD ports of the first 3 installments of the series for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Re-released on March 18, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Devil May Cry 1 also received a port to the Nintendo Switch in June of 2019, followed by Devil May Cry 2 in September the same year and Devil May Cry 3 in February of 2020. DmC: Devil May Cry (2013): An Alternate Continuity Origins Episode developed by Ninja Theory, in which Dante fights his way through the Dark World of Limbo to get revenge on Mundus, the Demon Lord who killed his mother. DmC: Devil May Cry - Definitive Edition (2015): Updated Re-release for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Includes new costumes, a "Gods Must Die" Harder Than Hard difficulty, a Bloody Palace mode for Vergil, optional manual lock-on, Turbo mode, "Must Style" mode,note The style meter must be at S or higher before enemies can be damaged and "Hardcore" mode.note This mode tries to emulate the older Devil May Cry installments by changing certain mechanics Also includes all the previous Downloadable Content and runs at 60FPS 1080p on consoles. Devil May Cry 5 (2019): Taking place some time after 4, a cyborg Nero teams up with a Gadgeteer Genius named Nico, Dante and the mysterious "V" to fight through a city infested by an evil World Tree and stop a villain who stole his demonic arm.Other works Crossover appearances Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne: An Atlus-made RPG guest-starring Dante as a Recurring Boss and Optional Party Member.* "Featuring Dante from the Devil May Cry Series" - the game's European cover Viewtiful Joe: A 2½D Beat 'em Up guest-starring Dante as a Secret Character in the PS2 Updated Re-release. Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble: A Mascot Fighter featuring Dante and Trish as Guest Fighters. Marvel vs. Capcom 3: A Capcom vs. Fighting Game featuring Dante, Trish, and, in Ultimate, Vergil. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite: Dante returned to the roster for this installment. Play Station All Stars Battle Royale: A Mascot Fighter featuring characters throughout PlayStation history, featuring DmC Dante as a third-party character. Project X Zone: A Turn-Based Strategy Massive Multiplayer Crossover game featuring Dante and Lady. Project X Zone 2: A sequel to Project X Zone featuring Dante and Vergil. Related media Devil May Cry (2002): A Light Novel prequel to the first game. Devil May Cry 2 (2003): A light novel prequel to DMC2. Devil May Cry (2004): A Comic Book series published by a Canadian publisher Dreamwave Productions that is (loosely) based on the first game. Devil May Cry 3 (2005): A two-volume manga prequel to DMC3. note A third volume titled "Code 3: Lady" was supposedly planned, but the artist suddenly quit before completion. Devil May Cry: The Animated Series (2007): Follows Dante's adventures between the first and second games. Devil May Cry Drama CD Vol.1 (2007) and Vol.2 (2008): Three scenarios voiced by the Japanese cast, the stories occurring during the same time as the anime. Devil May Cry 3 Pachislot (2007): A pachislot machine using the in-game assets. Devil May Cry 4: Deadly Fortune (2009): A Japan-only two-volume novelization of DMC4 done by the game's scenario writer. Devil May Cry 4 Pachislot (2013): A pachislot machine using the in-game assets. Devil May Cry X: The Last Judgement Pachislot (2016): A pachislot that used the in-game assets, the "X" pronounced "cross". Contains additional cut scenes and lines that apparently tied Vergil's story closer to 4. CR Devil May Cry 4 Pachislot (2018): A pachislot machine that uses a different graphics engine to retell the events of 4SE. A Netflix-based animated adaptation produced by Adi Shankar. While details are currently sparse, he has stated that this new show will join Castlevania (2017) in what he is calling the "bootleg multiverse". Devil May Cry: The Live Hacker (2019): A live-stage play that takes place after 3. Devil May Cry 5: -Before the Nightmare- (2019): A prequel light novel with multiple vignettes detailing what different characters were up to before and during the prologue of 5, like how Nico and Nero met. Devil May Cry 5: Visions of V (2019): A manga spinoff showing V's side of the story leading up to the events of 5. Devil May Cry: The Bloody Palace (2020): A board game produced by Steamforged Games Ltd. Devil May Cry: Pinnacle of Combat (2020): A mobile game developed by China-based Yunchang Game. The game uses 3's version of Dante, Lady, and Vergil's designs but also uses elements from 3, 4, DmC, and 5 while telling a completely different story not related to the main titles.
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Parrying Bullets: Dante usually prefers to block enemy fire by shooting it, but Vergil can deflect bullets by spinning his katana.
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Flaming Sword
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Flaming Sword: Agni in 3, wielded with the wind sword Rudra (fun fact: properly applying wind to fire makes the fire bigger). Red Queen in 4 becomes something like this when revved up, and there's also Berial's sword, naturally.
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Katanas Are Just Better
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Katanas Are Just Better: Yamato.
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Man of Wealth and Taste
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Man of Wealth and Taste: Sparda and Vergil. Dante's lack of this has been theorised by some as symbolic of their estrangement, which may make his case a Defied Trope. He still apparently has the money for Impossibly Cool Clothes, a set of very nice custom made guns, a castle-like office building, and (if you look at the scenery in his office) what appears to be several thousand dollars worth of music equipment.
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Crucified Hero Shot
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Crucified Hero Shot: Dante loves this when getting impaled. Nero also gets some.
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Artistic License – Martial Arts
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Artistic License – Martial Arts: A lot of the moves for the gauntlets-type Devil Arms (Ifrit, Beowulf, Gilgamesh, Balrog); Cerberus in 3, which is a tripartite nunchaku instead of a traditional two-part nunchaku; and King Cerberus's three forms of tripartite nunchaku, bo staff, and three-section staff in 5.
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Guns and Gunplay Tropes
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Guns and Gunplay Tropes: Pretty much all of them are featured in this series at one point or another.
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Unexpected Gameplay Change: The space-shooter fight against Mundus near the end of 1, and the biplane flight section at the very end. The underwater sequences in the first two games also count; the former was first person and limited you to a specific gun while your speed was severely limited in the latter (even with the Aqua Heart equipped). Oh, and did we mention that one boss is fought underwater in 2?
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Chaos Architecture
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Chaos Architecture: Despite being supposedly the same building, Dante's shop has multiple and drastic redesigns through the games and the animated series. Notably in the first and second games, it is contained in a single small room while in later works it is more spacious and has stairs leading to a second floor.
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Not-So-Harmless Villain
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Not-So-Harmless Villain: Jester. Also Dante from the point of view of the demons, who regard him as a foolish human based on his appearance... until he wipes the floor with them.
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All There in the Manual
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Supplemental materials state that this is one of Dante's canon superpowers. Upon coming in contact with a tool or weapon, he is instantly able to wield said object with absolute mastery. Even in ways it wasn't intended for.
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Title Drop: "Wanna know the name?" in 3. At the beginning of 3, Dante complains that the demons wrecked his shop - and he hadn't even named it yet. At the end of the game, Lady tells Dante that "Even a devil may cry when he loses a loved one." Chronologically, this would be the phrase's first appearance. The first game does it in the game manual, in an anecdote of one of Dante's former fixers, Enzo, describing what Dante does for a living and how scary a Death Glare Dante can pull off to even "make the devil cry."
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Sibling Rivalry: Dante and Vergil, constantly. It's natural for such a diametrical pair. As Dante says before fighting him in Mission 19 in 5, as far as he can remember, they've always fought. Even when they're trapped in the Underworld undertaking the grand task of cutting the Qliphoth at its roots and demons are liable to jump in and try to kill them at any time, they'll take the time to duel each other yet again.
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Defeat Means Friendship
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Defeat Means Friendship: Between Dante and Lady, as well as Nero. Dante must defeat the Devil Arms before he can use them as weapons. Agni and Rudra in particular are very enthusiastic about this trope, practically begging Dante to take them with him. Also Dante and Trish in the first game. After Nightmare's third and final death, that is.
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World of Badass
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World of Badass: You know you're dealing with a World of Badass when even the humans are Made of Iron.
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Death by Origin Story
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Death by Origin Story: Kalina Ann, motivating Lady to go for revenge. Eva, although canon is decidedly unspecific on how she died, the prequel manga for 3 at least hints at a demon attack.
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Sins of Our Fathers
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Sins of Our Fathers: Several devil bosses have major grudges against Sparda for siding with humanity, and they take it out on Dante. Lampshaded by Dante in 3, who got sick of it.
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The Movie
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The Movie: Apparently, and apparently based on DmC, but due to DmC's... contentious presence in the franchise, it's unknown if it'll be used.
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The Stoic
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The Stoic: Vergil, though he does snap on occasion. For reasons unknown to everyone, Dante was this in 2. Funnily enough, the game's back cover notes that he was supposed to have even more of a trash talking attitude there.
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Bishōnen
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Bishōnen: Dante is a very pretty man, and even takes on Hunk status in 4 and 5. Vergil and Nero also qualify.
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Boss Banter
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Boss Banter: Nearly every boss, especially Vergil in 3.
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Stealth Pun
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Stealth Pun: Devil Arms are typically powerful weapons created from demons, usually seen as melee weapons (with some exceptions like Pandora, Geryon, and the Doppleganger). Nero never uses any Devil Arms as his weapon like Dante, but it isn't necessary because he literally has a devil arm.
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Nigh-Invulnerability: Dullahans from the front, Doppelganger in the dark, Doppleganger Style, Just Guard, Devil Trigger Majin Form (Desperation Devil Trigger) in 2.
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Shoryuken
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Shoryuken: Several of Dante and Nero's attacks are essentially this, particularly Dante's attacks with Ifrit, Gilgamesh, and Balrog.
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Ominous Latin Chanting
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Ominous Latin Chanting: The BGM for the second and third Vergil fights in 3. There's even more of that on 4's soundtrack. It's also present quite a bit in 2, primarily in levels, cutscenes, and boss battles during the latter half of the game.
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With Great Power Comes Great Insanity
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It also happens with Arius in 2, but only after he starts going loopy towards endgame. Arguably, he could have instead careened into Drunk on the Dark Side.
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Chekhov's Gun
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Chekhov's Gun: The Damned Chessmen in 3. A straighter example would be the biplane encountered in the first mission of the first game (christened Carnival according to Viewtiful Joe). It is later used to make your escape from Mallet Island. Nobody knows how or why it was here to begin with but, who cares. Dante's lucky coin in 2 is used in a Fake MacGuffin Batman Gambit to fool Arius. The bells you see strewn throughout Temen-ni-gru in 3. They later are involved in the ritual used to open the gate to the underworld. The Yamato from 3 resurfaces as a major plot point in 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_22cf536c
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1.0
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_22cf536c
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_23015b1f
type
Magnificent Bastard
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_23015b1f
comment
Kamiya's concept was that Vergil was kidnapped when Eva was killed, which explains why Dante didn't recognize Nelo Angelo: why would he connect an evil demon trying to kill him with a little kid who was never anything but a good boy? The memory the amulet triggered was one of his most recent of Vergil. The author of the first novel decided to ignore this and make Vergil free, evil, and badass, meaning that Dante should have had more recent not just memories but good memories of him since they were temporary partners. Then 3 decided to copy the first novel's Vergil and the second novel's plot.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_23015b1f
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1.0
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_23015b1f
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_24224f64
type
GunsAreUseless
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_24224f64
comment
Guns Are Useless: In most of the games, shooting an enemy does about as much damage as spitting on them. 2 is the only exception, as it ramped up the damage of guns and made it possible for them to stunlock opponents - and then revealed why this had been the case for so much of the series, as it meant hammering the shoot button handled basically everything. 3 rebalanced it a bit to make it possible to get through the game with guns, but not monotonous or easy.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_24224f64
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_24224f64
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_24224f64
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_25208c30
type
Go Through Me
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_25208c30
comment
Go Through Me: The details are vague, but it's implied by the 3 prequel manga and through Dante's dialogue as he cries over Trish's apparent death in 1 that Eva did this in order to allow a young Dante to hide when demons attacked their home.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_25208c30
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1.0
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_25208c30
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2536f695
type
Game-Breaker
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2536f695
comment
Somewhat compensated, since the default power of enemies and bosses is that of the "Son of Sparda" mode (aka Bloody Palace difficulty), and by the time you get it, you must have passed the game on "Dante Must Die" difficulty, which grants you infinite Devil Trigger gauge upon completion, making this mode a continuous Curb-Stomp Battle. Of course, since the endless DT is a selectable before choosing the mission, and it is indeed broken, the game decreases your final mission score conveninently (the maximum score attainable to you while on infinite DT mode is "D"). Passing this mode without infinite DT, however, is much more of a challenge.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2536f695
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2536f695
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2536f695
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_262861e1
type
Blade on a Stick
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_262861e1
comment
Among the enemies, we have Nelo Angelo's sword, Berial's warblade, and Bolverk's spear. Yes, spear. Despite being a blade on a stick, it has a very long, large blade. Oh, and Dante's Vendetta and Merciless swords from 2. Some of them even ARE huge swords.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_262861e1
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_262861e1
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_262861e1
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_263bb4ec
type
Wave-Motion Gun
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_263bb4ec
comment
Dante and Vergil in 3 hack away at Arkham, then repeat with each other's swords, and then blast the hell out of him with a Wave-Motion Gun attack from Ebony and Ivory.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_263bb4ec
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1.0
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_263bb4ec
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2677f120
type
Leap and Fire
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2677f120
comment
Leap and Fire: Notable aversion. To a certain extent in 3.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2677f120
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-1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2677f120
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2677f120
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_270c1778
type
Blood Magic
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_270c1778
comment
Blood Magic: When you kill monsters, you collect their crystallized blood and offer it to the nebulous God of Time to upgrade your powers.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_270c1778
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_270c1778
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_270c1778
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_27a42ebc
type
Spiritual Successor
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_27a42ebc
comment
Spiritual Successor: It's a Japanese action game series with many nods to American action cinema. Twin sons fight over their inexplicably missing father's legacy.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_27a42ebc
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_27a42ebc
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_27a42ebc
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_28104b90
type
Bag of Spilling
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_28104b90
comment
Bag of Spilling: Dante starts out with a room full of swords impaling demon heads on his wall, but only takes Force Edge with him in 1. After that, he seldom needs anything besides his guns Ebony and Ivory, and his sword Rebellion.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_28104b90
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_28104b90
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_28104b90
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_281de59f
type
Extremely Short Timespan
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_281de59f
comment
Extremely Short Timespan: Almost every game in the series: Devil May Cry opens in Dante's shop at night, and the rest of the game seems to take place over a single night, with the first level at dusk and Dante and Trish escaping as the sun rises. Devil May Cry 3 is similar, with the first few missions seeming to take place as the sun sets, the action in Temen-ni-gru happening at night, and the end credits during the follow morning. 4 is a bit more vague, but seems to take place over a couple days - the game starts at daytime, the first boss is fought at night, daytime returns at the halfway point, night returns for the second trip through Fortuna Castle, and the final boss and credits sequence is during the sunset. Besides the prologue taking place a month before the main events of the game, the main portion of 5 takes place over only about 11 hours from 5AM to 4PM, helpfully illustrated by the Title In present at the start of every mission. The sun appears to be setting during the credits sequence. The only exceptions are 2, which is too vague and unclear to draw a proper conclusion on the timeframe, and DmC, which has explicit resting periods between levels and seems to take place over a few weeks.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_281de59f
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1.0
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_281de59f
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_297ab1b9
type
Parental Abandonment
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_297ab1b9
comment
Parental Abandonment: Dante and Vergil (Eva died while Sparda disappeared when they were young), Lady (her father Arkham killed her mother for power), and Nero (never knew his parents until he learns that Vergil's his father in 5).
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_297ab1b9
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_297ab1b9
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_297ab1b9
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29a39f6
type
Easter Egg
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29a39f6
comment
Easter Egg: Did you know 3 has a two-player co-op mode, albeit under strict conditions? A second player can press Start on a spare controller whenever Dante uses the Doppelganger technique to control Dante's shadow. The same trick can also be used to control Vergil during the battle against Arkham. Some of the extra costumes count as well. For example, beating 2 on Dante Must Die difficulty unlocks Dante's original outfit from 1, complete with the Force Edge in place of Rebellion. Additionally, most of Dante's sound files are switched from that of Matthew Kaminsky to Drew Coombs, his original VA from 1.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29a39f6
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29a39f6
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29a39f6
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29f44d3a
type
Adam Smith Hates Your Guts
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29f44d3a
comment
Adam Smith Hates Your Guts: Every time you purchase an item, the price goes up. After five or so buys, the price will freeze.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29f44d3a
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29f44d3a
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_29f44d3a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a090d00
type
Lampshade Hanging
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a090d00
comment
Lampshade Hanging: Plenty.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a090d00
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a090d00
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a090d00
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a542c7d
type
Beam Spam
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a542c7d
comment
Beam Spam: Multilock. Admittedly not all that impressive. To a degree, the Nightmare-Beta from 1. Charge it up, and let a huge volley of penetrating laser shots recoil around the room like crazy. (Does it count as Beam Spam if it's just the same beams over and over?)
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a542c7d
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a542c7d
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2a542c7d
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2afb1a9
type
Limit Break
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2afb1a9
comment
Limit Break: Devil Trigger.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2afb1a9
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1.0
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2afb1a9
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b50986a
type
Arrange Mode
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b50986a
comment
Arrange Mode: Starting from the third game, there's the "Heaven and Hell" mode where both you and the enemies are One Hit Point Wonders.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b50986a
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b50986a
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b50986a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b706ca
type
More Dakka
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b706ca
comment
More Dakka: Upgrading the Gunslinger style in 3 lets you shoot faster in general, plus you can use Kalina Ann's mini Macross Missile Massacre. Also the Artemis has multi-target-lock. The cutscene where Dante acquires Pandora in 4. First a minigun, then a triple-barrel rocket launcher, culminating in what is basically a floating, one-man munitions repository. Dante decides not to continue on to the next form after that.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b706ca
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b706ca
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b706ca
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b7d29e1
type
Artifact Title
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b7d29e1
comment
Artifact Title: In the first game "Dante Must Die" made sense, the only playable character was Dante. In the second game the mode was retitled depending on who you were playing as (so there was a "Dante Must Die" mode and a "Lucia Must Die" mode depending on which protagonist you were playing as). In the original release of the third game this still made sense (once again Dante was the only playable protagonist) but after that it falls into Artifact Title territory as in the Special Edition Vergil becomes playable but the mode continues to be named "Dante Must Die". 4 also has Dante Must Die despite the fact you don't even start off playing as Dante.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b7d29e1
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b7d29e1
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2b7d29e1
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2bdae2ae
type
Awesome, but Impractical
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2bdae2ae
comment
Awesome, but Impractical: The Sparda sword back in 1. While a sword that can turn into a scythe is stupidly sweet, the lack of a Devil Trigger leaves you significantly better off using Alastor or Ifrit. At least, until the final battle, where it proves worthy of its name. Sparda does the extra damage Alastor does during Devil Trigger; nothing to write home about at first, but as you ramp the difficulty up towards "Dante Must Die", actual Devil Trigger abilities become progressively more useless, and melee attacks become your primary source of damage. Real Impact and Twister-Tempest most of the time in 3, some Buster moves while fighting crowds in 4. Real Impact's position is somewhat reversed in 4 with the Distorted Real Impact; if timed properly, it becomes THE boss-killing move of the game. Showdown in 4 is extremely efficient — but has a short range, takes several seconds to charge, and whiffs if the target moves away during charging, so you'd better know what you're doing when you use it. Nevan in 3 sure is awesome, but ridiculously difficult to use, mainly because most of its attacks involve moving the left stick in a precise direction (not just forth or back as with other weapons). Since Dante's position constantly changes, that makes things quite tricky. It is also complex and rather unclear in terms of holding and releasing buttons.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2bdae2ae
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2bdae2ae
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2bdae2ae
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2c18b9a3
type
Orphaned Series
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2c18b9a3
comment
Orphaned Series: The 1 comic by Dreamwave due to the company folding, and 3's prequel manga due to the artist quitting before volume 3.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2c18b9a3
featureApplicability
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2c18b9a3
featureConfidence
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2c18b9a3
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2ec87029
type
Sadly Mythtaken
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2ec87029
comment
Sadly Mythtaken: Hello, towering light demon Beowulf. Hey look, the guard dog of the Underworld is... an ice elemental? Echidna more closely resembles her Greek counterpart, but what does that have to do with Gilgamesh? The sad thing is, the character design for Beowulf is nearly perfect... for another demon entirely. Four wings? Check. Scorpion tail? Check. Claws and talons? Check. Lion-like face? Check. Beowulf, aside from his light powers, is a nearly perfect depiction of the demon Pazuzu. The Basilisks from 4 are straight up Hellhounds rather than anything from Greek Mythology. Also, Geryon, in Greek mythology, was a hideous giant that looked like three men fused into one. In Dante's Inferno, he is a serpent-like creature with wings and a human face. There's never been a depiction of him as a horse.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2ec87029
featureApplicability
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2ec87029
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_2ec87029
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_314c56b9
type
Time Stands Still
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_314c56b9
comment
Beating the last of 15 Secret Missions in the first game offers you a Bangle of Time. Equipping it changes Devil Trigger to stop time, though it doesn't work on bosses and it's obtained so late in the game you only really get to use it during New Game+.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_314c56b9
featureApplicability
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_314c56b9
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_314c56b9
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_328445e
type
Holy Water
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_328445e
comment
Holy Water: A standard item throughout the series. It blasts all Mooks nearby when used, and takes a good chunk out of any boss's health-meter. Handy on the lower difficulty-levels, a vital resource on the higher ones.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_328445e
featureApplicability
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_328445e
featureConfidence
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_328445e
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_329a19a0
type
Hollywood Healing
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_329a19a0
comment
Hollywood Healing: Subverted with Lady.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_329a19a0
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-0.3
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_329a19a0
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_329a19a0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3300f2be
type
Extra-Strength Masquerade
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3300f2be
comment
Extra-Strength Masquerade: According to Morrison in 5, most people consider demons and the supernatural nothing but legends and he himself didn't believe in the occult at first. This is despite the fact that, in this universe, several cities have come under siege by demonic entities. A radio broadcast in 5 also has survivors traumatically screaming that the invaders in Red Grave City are demons, with disbelief.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3300f2be
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3300f2be
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3300f2be
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_342b0e2
type
Ground Punch
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_342b0e2
comment
Ground Punch: The Inferno ability, along with all its offshoots (Volcano, Shocking!) have Dante smash the ground with his fist to create either a wave of lava, a blast of Hard Light, or a heavy shockwave.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_342b0e2
featureApplicability
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_342b0e2
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_342b0e2
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_34889673
type
Gender Flip
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_34889673
comment
Gender flipped in 2, where Dante bequeaths his lucky coin to Lucia before heading into Demon World to face Argosax.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_34889673
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_34889673
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_34889673
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_348c1707
type
Sword Beam
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_348c1707
comment
Sword Beam: Drive (for Dante) in 3 and 4, and Maximum Bet (for Nero) in 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_348c1707
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_348c1707
featureConfidence
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_348c1707
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3517000d
type
Mad Scientist
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3517000d
comment
Mad Scientist: Agnus from 4, Arius and his company from 2, Chen from the second novel.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3517000d
featureApplicability
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3517000d
featureConfidence
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3517000d
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36407a0f
type
Standard Power-Up Pose
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36407a0f
comment
Standard Power-Up Pose: Dante entering his Super Mode tends to strike a pose like this. The exception is 4, where he just holds his arm up and snaps his fingers.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36407a0f
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36407a0f
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36407a0f
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36ba3564
type
Human Mom, Non-Human Dad
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36ba3564
comment
Human Mom Nonhuman Dad: Eva's the human and Sparda's the demon for the twins, and Vergil's the half-demon father to Nero.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36ba3564
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36ba3564
featureConfidence
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36ba3564
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36e63b81
type
Rule of Cool
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36e63b81
comment
Rule of Cool: Serves as the physics engine for the universe, it seems. Also applies at a meta-level, as Hideki Kamiya was inspired to include the juggle mechanic in the original game due to a bug that caused enemies to float in the early versions of Onimusha: Warlords. Several of the cutscenes are impractically over-the-top purely for raw awesome factor (Dante fighting demons by swinging a motorcycle around, anyone?).
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36e63b81
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36e63b81
featureConfidence
1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_36e63b81
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_37499c8
type
OnceAnEpisode
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_37499c8
comment
Once an Episode: Dante is impaled on his own sword at least once in every installment, barring 2. Breaking glass ceilings either by Dante or by some other reccuring character.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_37499c8
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_37499c8
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_37499c8
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3767d6f9
type
Ruder and Cruder
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3767d6f9
comment
Ruder and Cruder: While Devil May Cry 5 started a trend of using more profanity in in-game dialogue, it gets taken to an extreme in DmC: Devil May Cry, in which practically every character is a complete Sir Swears-a-Lot, with the best example occurring during the encounter with the Succubus.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3767d6f9
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3767d6f9
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3767d6f9
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_37d2818
type
Title In
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_37d2818
comment
Besides the prologue taking place a month before the main events of the game, the main portion of 5 takes place over only about 11 hours from 5AM to 4PM, helpfully illustrated by the Title In present at the start of every mission. The sun appears to be setting during the credits sequence.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_37d2818
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_37d2818
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38119dcf
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Not the Fall That Kills You
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38119dcf
comment
Not the Fall That Kills You: Lady, in 3. Dante himself averts this trope; he jumps off a tower just to get to the bottom. In gameplay, there are a couple places where you can jump from obscenely high places and land normally.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38119dcf
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38119dcf
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38805691
type
Catch and Return
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38805691
comment
Catch and Return: Vergil does this in a cutscene in 3. That is, he catches and returns bullets, With his sword. In the battle with Credo in 4, the spears that the boss throws can be caught with the Devil Bringer and then thrown right back at him.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38805691
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38805691
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38f1a7ed
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Defector from Decadence
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38f1a7ed
comment
Ditto with Sparda (after he woke up to justice), Trish (after her Heel–Face Turn), and Nero.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38f1a7ed
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_38f1a7ed
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_391d6577
type
Sequel Escalation
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_391d6577
comment
Sequel Escalation: Kick13, Drive, and the You Will Not Evade Me moves all experience this.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_391d6577
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_391d6577
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3babae20
type
Degraded Boss
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3babae20
comment
Degraded Boss: 3's Hell's Vanguard, while losing the lifebar, gains potential Devil Trigger ability. Double inverted with Frosts from 1. Gigapede from 3, while also losing the lifebar and one of its attacks (due to the cramped hallways it attacks you in), is otherwise not degraded; it just feels like it is because, again due to the location it attacks you in, it's inevitable that you will Attack Its Weak Point if you decide to fight it.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3babae20
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3babae20
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3bbf3fef
type
Recurring Riff
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3bbf3fef
comment
Recurring Riff: Happens quite a few times from game-to-game. Bits of "Devils Never Cry", the main theme of 3, tend to work their way into music for battles or cutscenes involving Vergil in 3. "Dance With Devils", the intro of 2, has its octave changed to serve as "Evil Tower" (the theme of the battle with Nefasturris) while its guitar riff and Ominous Latin Chanting respectively are featured in "Shoot The Works" (Dante's second battle theme) and "Cry For The Moon" (Arius' boss theme). Dante's battle theme in 4 is a remix of "Lock & Load", his second battle theme in the original game. "Out of Darkness" is used as a shop theme and is played during cutscenes involving both Nero and Kyrie.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3bbf3fef
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3bbf3fef
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3c5ae1a1
type
Schizo Tech
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3c5ae1a1
comment
Schizo Tech: Mallet in 1, Temen-ni-gru in 3.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3c5ae1a1
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1.0
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3c5ae1a1
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3cf44d4b
type
High-Class Glass
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3cf44d4b
comment
High-Class Glass: Sparda's monocle.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3cf44d4b
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3cf44d4b
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3d276f04
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Perfect-Play A.I.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3d276f04
comment
Perfect-Play A.I.: Vergil, as well as Dante in the rematch in 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3d276f04
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3d276f04
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3d699462
type
Curb-Stomp Battle
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3d699462
comment
Curb-Stomp Battle: Vergil versus Beowulf in 3. Dante vs. everyone in 2. And most fights in TAS usually end in one single strike from Dante, to the point that he expresses disappointment over it at one point.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3d699462
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_3d699462
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_405f7e7b
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Armed Legs
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_405f7e7b
comment
Armed Legs: Dante wields these with his Beowulf Devil Arm in 3. It returns in the form of Gilgamesh in 4 and Balrog in 5.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_405f7e7b
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_405f7e7b
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_40cc0c7e
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Bittersweet Ending
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_40cc0c7e
comment
Bittersweet Ending: Pretty much all the games end this way in some form or another.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_40cc0c7e
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_40cc0c7e
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4160410d
type
Damsel in Distress
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4160410d
comment
Damsel in Distress: Most girls in this franchise are quite capable of taking care of themselves, but then 4 gave us Kyrie, whose entire raison d'être is to be saved by Nero. 2 has Lucia, who is perfectly capable in-game, but has to be rescued by Dante from explosions in cinematics twice. She also doesn't accomplish much without Dante, being captured by Arius and staying behind while he enters the portal to Hell. She does, however, kill Arius when he returns as a demon, so Lucia probably steers closer to Badass in Distress.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4160410d
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4160410d
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_41d74667
type
Lag Cancel
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_41d74667
comment
Lag Cancel: Better known as "Jump Cancel", it allows you to bounce off an enemy while both of you are airborne in order to repeat an action that can normally only be done once in a single jump. This is technically "unofficial" (since Enemy Hike is really meant as a tool to change your direction in the air when near an enemy) but Capcom has never removed it (back when it was originally known as "Shotgun Hiking" in the first game) and by Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, they are actively acknowledging its existence for the first time. The long cooldown at the end of many of Vergil's attacks (specifically, ones where he sheathes his sword) in Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition can be cancelled with a Summoned Swords teleport, with the downside of also cancelling the Concentration Gauge boost that occurs when the sword clicks fully into the sheath at the end of the animation.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_41d74667
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_41d74667
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_41ec06f
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Occult Blue Eyes
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_41ec06f
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Occult Blue Eyes: Dante, Vergil, and Nero all have bright blue eyes. All three are part demon and have powers attributed to their demonic heritage.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_41ec06f
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_41ec06f
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_42846e90
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Elemental Powers
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_42846e90
comment
Elemental Powers: All over the place with the Devil Arms, ranging from fire, to ice, to thunder, to light. Also the demons themselves, which are often stated to use determinated elements in order to appear in a solid form.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_42846e90
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_42846e90
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_42d9daf9
type
No Fair Cheating
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_42d9daf9
comment
No Fair Cheating: The Super costumes (unlocked by completing Dante Must Die mode) grants the character infinite Devil Trigger energy (as well as other added features like instant MAX-Acts for Nero or a perma-full Concentration Gauge for Vergil). However, health regeneration is disabled, moves that uses DT Energy (Like Time-Lag, Showdown, or Summoned Swords) will still drain the meter down (and in the case of Royalgaurd style in 5, you have to put yourself into a cool down state for the Revenge Gauge to refill back to max), and starting from 4 onwards, using Super costumes will cut your total mission score by 80%.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_42d9daf9
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1.0
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_42d9daf9
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_438e4dd6
type
Demon of Human Origin
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_438e4dd6
comment
Demon of Human Origin: Beginning with 2, this has become one of the main goals of every Big Bad and always for the sake of more power. In 4, it's revealed that the Order of the Sword's chief alchemist, Agnus has been experimenting with turning humans into false-angelic demon knights with Credo and the Alto Angelos being the successful results. He's even converted himself into a demon and we see Sanctus go through the "Ascension Ceremony" in-game.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_438e4dd6
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_438e4dd6
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_43d5d6d5
type
Sticks to the Back
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_43d5d6d5
comment
Sticks to the Back: Practically everyone with a sword. Averted by Vergil in 3, who always carries his katana, Yamato, in its sheath at his side. In his final boss appearance, though, he plays this straight with Force Edge. Averted in 2's prequel novel, with one illustration in which the leather belt/harness Dante's wearing across his chest (in official game art, at that) holds Rebellion on his back. Also averted in 3, where Dante wears a harness with holsters for his guns and the back of his trenchcoat has a strap for holding in Rebellion. Played straight with all his other weapons or when using most of the other costumes, though.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_43d5d6d5
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_43d5d6d5
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_44e013e4
type
Stance System
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_44e013e4
comment
Stance System: Dante's Styles in 3, 4, and 5. More so in 4 and 5, where he can switch between them, even mid-combo.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_44e013e4
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_44e013e4
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4536fd29
type
Energy Weapon
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4536fd29
comment
Energy Weapon: Nightmare-Beta in 1, Artemis in 3, and PF398 Revenge (the laser cannon) in 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4536fd29
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4536fd29
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4577bd49
type
Gameplay Grading
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4577bd49
comment
Gameplay Grading: Your combos are graded from D (Dull) to SSS (SSStylish). After level completion you'll also get a letter grade. The names for the grades are different for every game.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4577bd49
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4577bd49
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_45bf382b
type
Game Mod
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_45bf382b
comment
Game Mod: 3 and 4 have a pretty active modding scene which is mainly cosmetic outside of the notable Style Switching Mod for 3 which gives you the ability to switch styles on the fly DMC4 style and makes the questionable PC port of 3 run better. The Nintendo Switch port of Devil May Cry 3 incorporates an official Style Switching feature into gameplay, as well as the ability to swap through all weapons on the fly with the right control stick. The option to play with the original fixed loadout for your style and weapons is also available.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_45bf382b
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_45bf382b
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4631e81f
type
Badass in Distress
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4631e81f
comment
2 has Lucia, who is perfectly capable in-game, but has to be rescued by Dante from explosions in cinematics twice. She also doesn't accomplish much without Dante, being captured by Arius and staying behind while he enters the portal to Hell. She does, however, kill Arius when he returns as a demon, so Lucia probably steers closer to Badass in Distress.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4631e81f
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4631e81f
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4631e81f
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_464dd7cc
type
The Unfought
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_464dd7cc
comment
The Unfought: Credo in human form. Also Arkham in his human form or Sparda form. One might make a point that you fight him as Jester, but the spinning leg kick/roundhouse Arkham uses to send everyone flying indicates they'd fight very differently.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_464dd7cc
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_464dd7cc
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
type
Jerk with a Heart of Gold
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
comment
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Nero moreso than Dante. Lady has shades of this as well. Although all three do mellow out a bit.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_479f9ad0
type
Characterization Marches On
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_479f9ad0
comment
Characterization Marches On: These personality traits first surfaced in The Animated Series and subsequently stuck for 4. Until 4, however, this could have been justified as Dante mellowing out over time. He makes the expected leap from Jerkass to Jerk with a Heart of Gold over the course of 3, which would naturally bring him up to the more Knight In Sour Armor portrayal of 1. As stated before, however, 4 more or less Jossed this. It could just be that he's riding high on the fact that he's likely surpassed even his father's strength at this point, and that's brought back a lot of his cocky jerkish behavior from back in 3. If you wanted to be morbid and aren't one of the many fans who ignore the second game entirely, you could explain the absence of Lady and Trish as something bad happening to them and him blaming himself and becoming sober and serious for that game, although 5 (which is set after 4) shows them both alive and well, Jossing that as well.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_479f9ad0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_479f9ad0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_485eb589
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Sealed Evil in a Can
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_485eb589
comment
Sealed Evil in a Can: Mundus in 1 and Argosax in 2.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_485eb589
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_485eb589
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4977559e
type
Our Angels Are Different
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4977559e
comment
Our Angels Are Different: The Fallen in 3 are implied to be Fallen Angels, and the Bianco/Alto Angelos in 4 are artificial demons created by Agnus to look like angelic knights, but they basically prettier-looking demons that may have given the misconception to the existence of "angels" in-universe.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4977559e
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4977559e
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4c798fd5
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Shock and Awe
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4c798fd5
comment
Shock and Awe: Trish. The Alastor sword and Nevan.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4c798fd5
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4c798fd5
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4da6ac
type
Rated M for Manly
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4da6ac
comment
Rated M for Manly: Dante and Vergil are both extremely badass, and the series is all about Demon Slaying in stylish-as-hell fashion.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4da6ac
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_4da6ac
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_504a1991
type
Body Horror
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_504a1991
comment
Also, Geryon, in Greek mythology, was a hideous giant that looked like three men fused into one. In Dante's Inferno, he is a serpent-like creature with wings and a human face. There's never been a depiction of him as a horse.
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_504a1991
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_50d71a78
type
Dual Wielding
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_50d71a78
comment
Dual Wielding: Lucia with all her weapons, Dante with Agni and Rudra, Vergil with Yamato and Force Edge. Nero sort of does this with Yamato and Red Queen for his moves Maximum Bet and Showdown, but only when Triggered.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_50d71a78
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_50ed1af4
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Our Demons Are Different
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_50ed1af4
comment
Our Demons Are Different: The lesser demons are Always Chaotic Evil, while higher devils are not. They may occasionally do a Heel–Face Turn because of that.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_50ed1af4
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_50ed1af4
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_534ed654
type
Awesomeness Meter
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_534ed654
comment
Awesomeness Meter: Combat is graded based on a number of factors, including variations within combos, number of hits, and damage taken.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_534ed654
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_534ed654
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_53b6ab6a
type
Jumped at the Call
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_53b6ab6a
comment
Jumped at the Call: ...But only if it shows up in person. Dante picks up the phone in 3, blows whoever is calling him off, hangs up, and then instantly goes to Temen-ni-gru when Arkham shows up in person. For all we know, that was Arkham himself calling on the phone. If it was, he would have been on a mobile phone just outside the door, considering he walked in about five seconds after Dante put the phone down. Then again, Arkham or whoever was calling might not have simply had the password for Devil May Cry's services. Dante might be a handyman, but only for demon-related jobs.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_53b6ab6a
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_53b6ab6a
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_53b6ab6a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_53c37297
type
Flash Step
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_53c37297
comment
Flash Step: The various "Trick" techniques by Vergil and "Air Trick" by Dante after maxing Trickter Style. Vergil occassionaly takes this to Teleport Spam levels in the second and third boss battles with him. Nelo Angelo (being Vergil and all) has the same ability, but this is undermined both by the blue flames that signify his flight path as well as the fact that he rarely uses it to his advantage. Frosts, ice demons that appear in 1 and 4, possess a similar ability which involves the disassembly of their bodies at the molecular level, quickly moving across the room using the moisture in the air as a medium, and then reforming somewhere else.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_53c37297
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1.0
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_53c37297
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_548bd053
type
Guns Akimbo
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_548bd053
comment
Guns Akimbo: Dante, Trish, and Lady.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_548bd053
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1.0
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_548bd053
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5534431f
type
Money for Nothing
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5534431f
comment
Money for Nothing: Averted in the first three games because red orbs could purchase moves in addition to items, so you had to run a balancing act between buying items or saving for new moves, but played straight in the fourth game (red orbs only purchase items, which are of variable importance depending on one's skill, while Proud Souls will purchase new skills).
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5534431f
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-1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5534431f
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5534431f
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5560dbb5
type
Airborne Mook
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5560dbb5
comment
Airborne Mook: Bat-form Plasmas in 1. Puias and Flambats in 2. Bloodgoyles in 3, Mephistos and Fausts in 4. Pathos (and the shielded version thereof) in DmC.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5560dbb5
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5560dbb5
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5560dbb5
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55a37945
type
Badass Family
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55a37945
comment
Badass Family: Sparda, Vergil, Dante, and Nero, who is Vergil's son.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55a37945
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55a37945
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55a37945
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55e5b37c
type
Bragging Rights Reward
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55e5b37c
comment
Also, any of the "Super" characters.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55e5b37c
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1.0
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55e5b37c
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55ea5620
type
Cosmetically Advanced Prequel
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55ea5620
comment
Cosmetically Advanced Prequel: 3 is set before 1, yet the controls are significantly more elaborate in 3, leaving Dante — by comparison — positively arthritic in the original.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55ea5620
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1.0
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_55ea5620
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_575fd5e2
type
Dark Is Not Evil
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_575fd5e2
comment
Dark Is Not Evil: Dante uses his demonic powers for good. Ditto with Sparda (after he woke up to justice), Trish (after her Heel–Face Turn), and Nero.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_575fd5e2
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1.0
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_575fd5e2
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5768d31
type
Super Speed
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5768d31
comment
Super Speed: Time Bangle, Chrono Heart, Quicksilver.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5768d31
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5768d31
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5768d31
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5832e916
type
Die, Chair! Die!
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5832e916
comment
Die, Chair! Die!: Typically a way to pick up a few extra red orbs.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5832e916
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5832e916
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5832e916
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5838c7c4
type
Hunter of His Own Kind
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5838c7c4
comment
Hunter of His Own Kind: Dante, the half-devil demon hunter. Same applies to Trish (full demon) and Nero (quarter-demon), as well as Vergil from 4:SE.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5838c7c4
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1.0
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5838c7c4
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_589e54d3
type
Charged Attack
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_589e54d3
comment
Some charged attacks have a small window in which letting go of the attack button right as the attack hits max charge results in either a more powerful or faster attack, such as Dante's Drive or Vergil's Judgement Cut.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_589e54d3
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1.0
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_589e54d3
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_58d24389
type
Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_58d24389
comment
Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Kick13, Hyper Fist, and some of Nero's Busters.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_58d24389
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_58d24389
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_59fe174d
type
Devil, but No God
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_59fe174d
comment
Devil, but No God: Not in the strictest sense. A powerful demon is largely behind everything, but no Big Good is opposing him. Gods such as the God of Time are mentioned, and in that case how Dante and Nero upgrades their abilities. Otherwise, none of them play a major part in the story. While the enemy files for 3 states that the Fallen enemies are fallen angels, that could be justified as being seen from humans' perspective, warped over the ages. God is clearly significantly less interested in the world than the devil, though. Unless he's just letting Dante and Nero do all the heavy work...
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_59fe174d
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_59fe174d
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5a40d6a
type
Adaptation Distillation
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5a40d6a
comment
Adaptation Distillation: One can somewhat call it this way from a translation perspective in regards to the first two novels, as several lines present in the original Japanese aren't used in Tokyopop's versions.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5a40d6a
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5a40d6a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5a5de5ca
type
Boss Rush
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5a5de5ca
comment
Boss Rush: 3 and 4 each have one level devoted entirely to this. 1 has this in the form of diving into Nightmare to fight shadow versions of previous bosses in order to do massive damage to Nightmare itself. 2 also has a psuedo-boss rush in the form of Argosax the Chaos.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5a5de5ca
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5a5de5ca
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5a5de5ca
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5aa60027
type
Tell Me About My Father
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5aa60027
comment
Tell Me About My Father: Averted. Dante cares little about wanting to know about Sparda (to the point where Lady knows more of the legends than he does), and Nero has yet to know who his father is to even ask.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5aa60027
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5aa60027
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5b0e3d8a
type
Non-Linear Sequel
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5b0e3d8a
comment
Non-Linear Sequel: 3 comes before 1 before 2 before 4 before 5. DmC was originally a prequel to 3 before it eventually became a reboot.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5b0e3d8a
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5b0e3d8a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f2a666b
type
LightNovel
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f2a666b
comment
Light Novel: Three novels with events that precede games 1, 2, and 5 respectively (although the first novel got booted out of canon because of 3), while two more are actually a two-part novelization of 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f2a666b
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f2a666b
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f55ee96
type
Spam Attack
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f55ee96
comment
Spam Attack: Crazy Combos in 3. Also, Million Stab.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f55ee96
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1.0
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f55ee96
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f60b45a
type
In Harm's Way
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f60b45a
comment
In Harm's Way: A meta example as the player is tasked with taking a more high-risk, high-reward approach to combat due to the Style rank. There are ways to go about battles without putting yourself in a lot of danger (like by using firearms from a distance or by relying on aerial combos to keep you above the action on the ground) but these will result in a weak Style rating since repetitiveness is punished. So the only way to keep the Style meter cranked up is by getting right into the mix, varying your assault to get a higher ranking, all while running the risk of taking a blind-side attack that will deplete the Style rank you're fighting so hard for.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f60b45a
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f60b45a
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f60b45a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f7ff68e
type
Sword Sparks
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f7ff68e
comment
Sword Sparks: Almost anytime when a blade clashes against each other.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f7ff68e
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f7ff68e
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f7ff68e
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f91efd9
type
Creative Closing Credits
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f91efd9
comment
Creative Closing Credits: Notable in 3 and 4 where you have to kill as many demons as possible as a timer winds down while the credits roll. 4 has the added difficulty where Nero - you, the player - can't let a single Scarecrow touch Kyrie in order to see an extra ending.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f91efd9
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f91efd9
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5f91efd9
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5fc68f05
type
There Was a Door
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5fc68f05
comment
In 1, Trish bursts through Dante's door on her motorcycle, then she hurls it at him.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5fc68f05
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5fc68f05
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_5fc68f05
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6041e4f4
type
The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6041e4f4
comment
The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard: Boss Vergil stays in Devil Trigger mode far longer than player Vergil ever could in 3, especially on harder difficulties. And once you knock him below half health, it lasts even longer. Boss Dante in 4 is infinitely superior to any version the player has ever had access to, if only because of computerized accuracy.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6041e4f4
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6041e4f4
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6041e4f4
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60a7a630
type
Charge Meter
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60a7a630
comment
Charge Meter: A visual charge via various weapons, usually performed by the "hold down button" input and seen through effects, like Nero's Devil Bringer changing colors depending on the level of charge obtained. Pandora and Red Queen's Exceed system have actual meters in 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60a7a630
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60a7a630
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60a7a630
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60fa92ac
type
Names to Run Away From Really Fast
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60fa92ac
comment
Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Dante, Vergil, and Nero. Sanctus Diabolica.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60fa92ac
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60fa92ac
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_60fa92ac
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_612ec723
type
TheCollectorOfTheStrange
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_612ec723
comment
The Collector of the Strange: Dante's massive collection of demon skulls.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_612ec723
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_612ec723
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_612ec723
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_617f0563
type
Heel–Face Turn
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_617f0563
comment
Heel–Face Turn: Sparda; he "woke up to justice", and then proceeded to kick Mundus's ass and seal him away.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_617f0563
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_617f0563
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_617f0563
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6205f4e5
type
Courtly Love
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6205f4e5
comment
In the case of a song having a meaningful name, the track that plays over 4's ending, "La Vita Nuova," takes its name from the collection of Courtly Love poetry written by the historical Dante. This works on a number of levels: first, the song plays over the start of Nero and Kyrie's new life together; second, Kyrie's acceptance of Nero as he is marks the signing and sealing of their love in a way that the Dante of the poems could not attain; third, as was common in Courtly Love poetry, the love being celebrated brings the protagonist closer to the divine.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6205f4e5
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6205f4e5
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62259825
type
Nintendo Hard
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62259825
comment
Nintendo Hard: The franchise is known for this — in fact, one of the reasons people dislike the second game so much is that the game is a damn sight easier than its predecessor. Special note should be made of the initial Western release of DMC3, as the release saw the Easy mode removed and the other difficulties all down ranked in name to compensate; so Normal mode was actually the Hard mode from the Eastern release. When the Special Edition was released later, the difficulties were kept the same as the Japanese release. As the Western "Hard" difficulty had no analogous equivalent in the Japanese version, it was given the new title "Very Hard" in Special Edition.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62259825
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62259825
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62259825
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_627264e0
type
Death Glare
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_627264e0
comment
The first game does it in the game manual, in an anecdote of one of Dante's former fixers, Enzo, describing what Dante does for a living and how scary a Death Glare Dante can pull off to even "make the devil cry."
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_627264e0
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_627264e0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_627264e0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62f9d08e
type
Freeze-Frame Bonus
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62f9d08e
comment
Freeze-Frame Bonus: Those with a careful eye will be able to spot Dante perched casually atop one of the nearby buildings during Nero's opening fight with the Scarecrows — slow-motion is all but required at first due to the fact that it only seen as the camera follows Nero's high-speed aerial acrobatics. Dante also shows up near the end of the prologue, just as Director Hideaki Itsuno's credit disappears. The introductory cutscene to every Mission in 3 incorporates the Mission number somewhere, often very briefly such as the 9 on a fallen 9mm shell case or a 20 in the clouds above the level. Looking at the stills for each cutscene in Theater mode will most likely reveal all of these instances.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62f9d08e
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62f9d08e
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_62f9d08e
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_630910ba
type
Finger-Twitching Revival
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_630910ba
comment
Finger-Twitching Revival: Happens when Dante first acquires Alastor. Also happens in 3 after Vergil stabs him. He promptly gets stabbed again. With his own sword.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_630910ba
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_630910ba
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_630910ba
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6320eced
type
Gameplay and Story Segregation
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6320eced
comment
Gameplay and Story Segregation: A minor example in 3. During the ending cutscene, Dante gives Lady her rocket launcher back. But then we have playable credits, where — if Dante had the rocket launcher equipped during the Final Boss — he can still use it. Despite Lady visibly wielding it alongside him. A bigger example in 4 is when you replay Dante's missions. He sets out to the Opera House to retrieve Yamato despite already wielding it.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6320eced
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6320eced
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_637ef67
type
New Game+
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_637ef67
comment
New Game+: Almost compulsory for the higher difficulty levels; in fact, one of the most difficult Self Imposed Challenges is to play Dante Must Die! mode without using this.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_637ef67
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1.0
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_637ef67
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_638b65bc
type
Armor Is Useless
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_638b65bc
comment
Armor Is Useless: Dante and Nero's weapons cut like butter through enemies in armor, as only enemies with magical barriers or demonic weapons of their own can defend against Devil Arms.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_638b65bc
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1.0
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_638b65bc
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_63cad64b
type
Threatening Shark
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_63cad64b
comment
Threatening Shark: It's hard to tell what those things Arkham summons are. They're a little like dolphins, except they're apparently trying to grin-and-tackle you to death. Same thing can apply to the Cutlass enemies found in 4. They're invulnerable when they're swimming through the floor/walls/ceiling in the tunnels, and the only way to get them is when they're leaping to attack you or forcing them out via strong attacks like Stinger or Charge Shot.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_63cad64b
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_63cad64b
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_63cad64b
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6411dac8
type
BadassNormal
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6411dac8
comment
Badass Normal: Lady. Beryl from the second novel, and Nico in 5.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6411dac8
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1.0
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6411dac8
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6439de78
type
Heroic Sacrifice
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6439de78
comment
Heroic Sacrifice: Don't worry, that last part was fixed. And Eva's just hiding in the amulet, according to Viewtiful Joe. Her expy, Nell's death in the first novel was a Heroic Sacrifice, meaning that Eva pulled one since Vergil caused her death specifically to remind Dante of Eva's.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6439de78
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6439de78
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6456495
type
Fight Magnet
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6456495
comment
Fight Magnet: Dante always attracts demon-related trouble due to his job as a demon hunter and due to his reputation as the Son of Sparda.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6456495
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1.0
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6456495
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_64e975cf
type
Manly Tears
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_64e975cf
comment
Manly Tears: Both Dante and Nero has had their moments of crying. The franchise has the title for a reason.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_64e975cf
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_64e975cf
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_64e975cf
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_654653dd
type
Mythology Upgrade
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_654653dd
comment
Mythology Upgrade: When the games aren't screwing mythology up, they're doing this. Cerberus's ice powers in 3, for instance. In Cerberus' case, it might make sense if you remember that in The Divine Comedy, Cerberus is the keeper of the Gluttony sinners, who are tormented by hailstorms. So... hail... ice... it might make sense.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_654653dd
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_654653dd
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_655d406a
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Instrument of Murder
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_655d406a
comment
Nevan deserves mention from 3. See Instrument of Murder for details.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_655d406a
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_655d406a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_663f35c0
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Only One Name
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_663f35c0
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Only One Name: We're never given anyone's last name, though Fanfics like to use "Sparda" for Dante and Vergil.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_663f35c0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_663f35c0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_668d2146
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Progressively Prettier
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_668d2146
comment
Progressively Prettier: Lady, from 3 to 4 to 5.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_668d2146
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_66faa669
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Silence, You Fool!
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_66faa669
comment
Silence, You Fool!: Several villains, including Berial.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_66faa669
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_66faa669
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_67e9f779
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Teleport Spam
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_67e9f779
comment
Teleport Spam: Blitz from 4. To a lesser extent, Vergil in 3.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_67e9f779
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1.0
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6a2ae11f
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Improbable Weapon User
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6a2ae11f
comment
Improbable Weapon User: Cerberus has an unusual configuration for a three-section nunchaku. Then there's Nevan, the scythe-equipped electric guitar... which sees more use in combat as a guitar than a scythe. (And shoots bats, sound waves, and electricity.) Well, given that Cerberus's form is clearly meant to represent his three heads and Nevan may be a Leanashe/Dearg-Due/Dearg-Dul, this could be justified. Could. Pandora. Regardless of how awesome all of its forms are, let's face it: You're blasting stuff to pieces with a suitcase.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6a2ae11f
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6a696742
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The Power of Love
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6a696742
comment
The Power of Love: Alongside Hybrid Power, it's a recurring theme throughout DMC that humanity's capacity for love can make them stronger than demons, exemplified in 4 (Nero's love to Kyrie) and 5 (Nero's love to his uncle Dante and father Vergil.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6a696742
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6a6c1f35
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The Power of Rock
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6a6c1f35
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Nevan in 3 sure is awesome, but ridiculously difficult to use, mainly because most of its attacks involve moving the left stick in a precise direction (not just forth or back as with other weapons). Since Dante's position constantly changes, that makes things quite tricky. It is also complex and rather unclear in terms of holding and releasing buttons.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6a6c1f35
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6b4763f
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Morph Weapon
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6b4763f
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Morph Weapon: The Sparda and Pandora's Box.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6b4763f
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6b983bf7
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Unstoppable Rage
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6b983bf7
comment
Nero as well in 4, once Agnus manages to piss him off enough.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6b983bf7
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6bda9a30
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Meaningful Name
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6bda9a30
comment
Meaningful Name: Yamato and Rebellion, the keepsake swords of Vergil and Dante. The former is is a Japanese term referring to the people and traditional nationalistic spirit of Japan, and in the past to the nation itself. It fits with Vergil's aesthetic and commitment to tradition and power, while the latter is more representative of Dante's resistance to said commitment. Many of the characters are named after characters from The Divine Comedy. The fact that the twins are named Dante and Vergil should've been your first clue. Trish is taken from Beatrice of the same poem. Even Lady is taken from the poem. Lady as in Madonna (same thing in Italian), as another name for the Virgin Mary (as in Lady's real name). Ditto with Lucia, a martyr who aided Dante on his quest, arguably mirroring Lucia's relationship to Dante in 2. By the time you've reached 4 and they named one hero after a Roman emperor, however, it's fairly obvious they're just picking names they like. Nero Angelo is Italian for "Black Angel" so it is meaningful, since Nelo Angelo is Vergil, a half-demon. Dante and Vergil are obviously meaningful (in The Divine Comedy, Dante descends into hell with Vergil as his guide; the twins' lives are vaguely similar) and Mundus, which means "world", is rather fitting for the name of a being that can conjure up entire universes. Earlier than 4. By the time you've reached 3 and realized the "foundation that brought out fear" shares its name with the Great Ziggurat of Ur, you know they're just picking names out of a hat. Or that Dante lives in Iraq. (Which, coincidentally enough, the city in 3, as seen from atop of the Temen-ni-gru, is surrounded by a vast, erm, desert...) Nero's name was explained in the novel's afterword as just being something the author picked because they thought it was cool. In-story, he was named that after being found in a black blanket. Plus Credo, Agnus, Sanctus, Kyrie, and Gloria from 4 are all named after the different parts of the Roman Catholic "Ordinary of the Mass." Their naming actually makes a bit of sense. Nero was a Roman Emperor well known for persecution of Christians, and the Order, with whom he is in conflict with, are all named after elements of the church. Also, all of the aforementioned characters that use demonic power have names that are Latin words, as opposed to the odd man (well, woman) out, Kyrie, which is a Greek word. Eva is named after Eve (Eva is the Latinate form of Eve). In the case of a song having a meaningful name, the track that plays over 4's ending, "La Vita Nuova," takes its name from the collection of Courtly Love poetry written by the historical Dante. This works on a number of levels: first, the song plays over the start of Nero and Kyrie's new life together; second, Kyrie's acceptance of Nero as he is marks the signing and sealing of their love in a way that the Dante of the poems could not attain; third, as was common in Courtly Love poetry, the love being celebrated brings the protagonist closer to the divine.
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6c801252
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Fakin' MacGuffin
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6c801252
comment
Dante's lucky coin in 2 is used in a Fake MacGuffin Batman Gambit to fool Arius.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6c801252
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6dec2f19
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Swiss Army Weapon
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6dec2f19
comment
Swiss Army Weapon: Kalina Ann, Pandora's Box, Sparda.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6dec2f19
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6dec2f19
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6e9277c
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Real-Time Weapon Change
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6e9277c
comment
Real-Time Weapon Change: Starting with 2 you could switch between your firearms on the fly but it would take until 3 for Dante to also be able to swap between his Devil Arms and truly amp up the possible style combinations. Technically being able to switch between firearms and melee weapons has been there since the start and is an integral part of the experience.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6e9277c
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6e9277c
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6f0fd7b8
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Everyone Loves Blondes
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6f0fd7b8
comment
Everyone Loves Blondes: Trish again.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6f0fd7b8
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_6f0fd7b8
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_70d8269d
type
Excuse Plot
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_70d8269d
comment
Excuse Plot: Actually averted, despite the great possibility to go in this direction (as the protagonist is a fearless badass and the whole point of the game is to be as stylish as possible, both of which would move product without any need for further exposition). There's a pretty well-woven tapestry of backstory and even some supplementary material for this series. Granted, the first game had few cutscenes and not much interesting dialogue and nobody can remember the story of 2 (or whether it even had one). 3 and beyond, however, have more dialogue and character development.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_70d8269d
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_70d8269d
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_71a223fc
type
Up to Eleven
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_71a223fc
comment
Hell or Hell mode in 4. To fully explain: Heaven Or Hell mode is where you die in one hit, but so does every enemy, including bosses. In Hell or Hell mode, guess what dies in one hit and what doesn't. Somewhat compensated, since the default power of enemies and bosses is that of the "Son of Sparda" mode (aka Bloody Palace difficulty), and by the time you get it, you must have passed the game on "Dante Must Die" difficulty, which grants you infinite Devil Trigger gauge upon completion, making this mode a continuous Curb-Stomp Battle. Of course, since the endless DT is a selectable before choosing the mission, and it is indeed broken, the game decreases your final mission score conveninently (the maximum score attainable to you while on infinite DT mode is "D"). Passing this mode without infinite DT, however, is much more of a challenge.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_71a223fc
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_71bd62b9
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Calling Your Attacks
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_71bd62b9
comment
Calling Your Attacks: Averted in 1 and 2, where Dante only makes war cries. Subverted in 3; he shouts "Rising Dragon" during Real Impact, yet doesn't spare a coherent line for the real Rising Dragon. Played straight in a couple of cases in 4, but still, it's usually taunts and warcries. However, while nobody usually calls the attack's actual name, both protagonists and some bosses always shout certain phrases before some attacks. Nevan is particularly guilty of this.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_71bd62b9
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_71bd62b9
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_72d43279
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Blocking Stops All Damage
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_72d43279
comment
Blocking Stops All Damage: Dante has his Royal Guard skill that can block anything if properly done, including explosions, electrified floors, and 100ft tall statues drop kicking him. Use it wrong, and Dante will take damage and the guard will be broken. Nero from the fourth game can block attacks by meeting them with his Power Fist, the Devil Bringer. This is capable of blocking all sorts of attacks, giant spears, massive demons, and even punches from the False Savior. Many enemies, from bosses to mooks, can put up a defensive stance and stop attacks cold. Some of the heavier attacks can go around these.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_72d43279
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_76788531
type
Just for Pun
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_76788531
comment
The "Flock off, featherface!" line could have just been a pun. Griffon was a bird demon, after all...
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_76788531
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_76788531
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_77666408
type
Combat Tentacles
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_77666408
comment
Subverted by Jokatgulm in 2. You can bypass hacking away at her tentacles and instead go straight for her head, but that merely makes the fight more difficult.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_77666408
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_77666408
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_77c9a628
type
Your Soul Is Mine
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_77c9a628
comment
Your Soul Is Mine: Soul Eaters in 3, naturally. Technically what Dante does to a lot of bosses.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_77c9a628
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_77c9a628
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_77c9a628
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_79ceeeb
type
Demon Slaying
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_79ceeeb
comment
Demon Slaying: Dante's stock in trade, and the primary point of the series.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_79ceeeb
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_79ceeeb
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7a199cc7
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Rocket Jump
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7a199cc7
comment
Rocket Jump: As opposed to a regular double-jump, Lady in 4 's Updated Re-release fires her Kalina Ann downwards for that extra lift.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7a199cc7
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7a199cc7
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7a4013f3
type
Deuteragonist
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7a4013f3
comment
A quite literal case with Lucia, the Deuteragonist of Devil May Cry 2. She is revealed to be one of the demons created by Arius but was discarded for being a "defect". She is adopted by the demon hunting clan of the Vie du Marli and kills Arius in the game's climax.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7a4013f3
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7a4013f3
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7a4013f3
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7b3359d6
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Teased with Awesome
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7b3359d6
comment
Teased with Awesome: Attaining Gilgamesh, Pandora, Lucifer and Yamato a short time before switching from Dante back to Nero in 4. Luckily, there's New Game+ and Bloody Palace mode. Sparda Devil Trigger.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7b3359d6
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7b3359d6
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7ccd3698
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7ccd3698
comment
Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Mundus in 1 and the False Savior in 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7ccd3698
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1.0
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7d89315b
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7d89315b
comment
Nero, in 4, has two as well. First one, in Mission 7, is a variant in the latter example because Nero is just declaring his motivation aloud for the first time: he decided on it before the game started. The second one is given after he defeats Sanctus, telling him what he lacks, and how he's nothing like Sparda, but he, instead, is, because he has someone to love.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7d89315b
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7d89315b
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7d89315b
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7e8a9164
type
Hybrid Power
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7e8a9164
comment
Hybrid Power: Sid in TAS, Agnus in 4, and Urizen in 5 wonder why Dante is stronger than they are, despite all three claiming a difference in power - Sid had absorbed Abigail's power before being defeated, whereas Agnus claims that Dante is "not human", and Urizen had gotten a recent power boost. While Dante never gives Agnus a completely straight answer, it pretty much boils down that although Dante has the power of demons, it's also because he has the soul of a human that makes him more powerful, which can easily be applied to Nero as well and Vergil later on in 5. Director Hideki Kamiya of 1 has tweeted that it's because humans have heart, which demons lack, as well that Dante chooses to live as a human.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7e8a9164
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7e8a9164
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7eb49b31
type
Almost Kiss
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7eb49b31
comment
Almost Kiss: Dante and Lady in 3, Nero and Kyrie in 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7eb49b31
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7eb49b31
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7eb49b31
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f080f98
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Vague Age
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f080f98
comment
Vague Age: Protagonists and antagonists alike.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f080f98
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f080f98
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f3be191
type
Impossibly Cool Clothes
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f3be191
comment
He still apparently has the money for Impossibly Cool Clothes, a set of very nice custom made guns, a castle-like office building, and (if you look at the scenery in his office) what appears to be several thousand dollars worth of music equipment.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f3be191
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f3be191
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f3be191
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f6c8e4f
type
Reverse Grip
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f6c8e4f
comment
Reverse Grip: Nero's launch move High Roller uses this, compared to Dante and Vergil's standard grip for High Time. Dante also switches to reverse grip for the Drive shockwave.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f6c8e4f
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_7f6c8e4f
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_82108e3d
type
Attack Its Weak Point
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_82108e3d
comment
Gigapede from 3, while also losing the lifebar and one of its attacks (due to the cramped hallways it attacks you in), is otherwise not degraded; it just feels like it is because, again due to the location it attacks you in, it's inevitable that you will Attack Its Weak Point if you decide to fight it.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_82108e3d
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_82108e3d
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_823c6e3e
type
Large Ham
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_823c6e3e
comment
Arius from 2 has an amazingly hamtastic one that completely destroys any credibility he had as villain beforehand (which, mission-wise, was only four levels ago).
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_823c6e3e
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_823c6e3e
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_823c6e3e
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_8344209e
type
BFG
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_8344209e
comment
BFG: Kalina Ann, Spiral, the Grenade Launcher, the Stinger, and several Pandora forms.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_8344209e
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_8344209e
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1.0
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_8344209e
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_834420aa
type
BFS
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_834420aa
comment
In 4, Red Queen and Gilgamesh moves have gambling-themed names. Lucifer moves have a sorta erotic/sexual theme. Pandora's Box moves are named after the evils from the original legend.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_834420aa
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1.0
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_834420aa
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_8411ab92
type
Red Oni, Blue Oni
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_8411ab92
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Red Oni, Blue Oni: Dante & Vergil is the main example, although Dante and Nero could also count. Dante/Nero is at least a partial inversion. Nero, wearing blue, is the one prone to emotional outbursts, though he is still pretty levelheaded. Dante, wearing red, is the mysterious and somewhat more stoic one, though he still keeps his brand of wacky. He spends a boss fight getting Nero to cool off. Dante arguably becomes more Red during his own section of the game, though not by much. There's also the literal example of Agni and Rudra in 3, two talkative demon swords wielded by headless demon bodies, one red and one blue, though they both seemed the same.
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Super Mode
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Super Mode: Devil Trigger. Also, any of the "Super" characters.
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Life Drain
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Life Drain: Agnus' specialty in 4. You can see (and hear) these attacks from a mile away, but if you're too busy fighting the mooks he sends at you, they can catch you off guard. Nevan from 3 is also quite fond of this.
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Grappling-Hook Pistol
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Grappling-Hook Pistol: Part of the Devil Bringer's functions in 4. Kalina Ann has a bayonet that can be fired to do this in 3.
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Badass Biker
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Badass Biker: Trish, Lady, and Dante.
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Badass Boast
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Badass Boast: Nero's battle theme, "The Time Has Come," is this trope. "Taste the Blood" and "Suffer" from the third game also fit, by way of I Shall Taunt You.
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"Just Frame" Bonus: All of the games in the series have this to some extent. The most common example having the player delay one attack somewhere in the basic combo, which completely changes the rest of the combo. DmC: Devil May Cry helps players time the delay by having Dante's sword shine at the point the next attack should be. Some charged attacks have a small window in which letting go of the attack button right as the attack hits max charge results in either a more powerful or faster attack, such as Dante's Drive or Vergil's Judgement Cut. Nero's optimal playstyle revolves entirely around this. Normally, the Red Queen's Exceed attacks need to be revved up, which is a lengthy process, but if the player presses the rev button at specific points in any attack, the Red Queen instantly gets one Exceed charge. One upgrade allows players to get all three Exceed charges at once, but has an even tighter timing window than the normal version.
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World of Ham
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World of Ham: And some of us love it for it.
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Create Your Own Hero
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Create Your Own Hero: Happens quite often surprisingly: Dante became a demon hunter, at least in part, to eventually find and kill the demon that killed his mother. In Devil May Cry that demon, Mundus, makes the foolish mistake of luring Dante to his island in attempt to kill him. Worse, Mundus' cruel treatment of his minion Trish causes her to pull a Heel–Face Turn and lend her power to Dante in his climactic battle with the villain. A quite literal case with Lucia, the Deuteragonist of Devil May Cry 2. She is revealed to be one of the demons created by Arius but was discarded for being a "defect". She is adopted by the demon hunting clan of the Vie du Marli and kills Arius in the game's climax. Devil May Cry 3: Arkham's murder of his wife Kalina Ann results in their daughter Mary, now known as Lady, becoming a demon hunter and killing him. Vergil, Dante's Evil Twin brother, begets a child named Nero who would go on to be the protagonist of Devil May Cry 4 and Devil May Cry 5. Nero would also defeat Vergil in 5.
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Badass Crew
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Badass Crew: Dante, Trish, and Lady.
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Mini-Boss
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Mini-Boss: Hell Vanguards, Shadows, and Blitzes.
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Bloody Murder
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Bloody Murder: Enemies shooting blood bullets.
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Anachronic Order
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Anachronic Order: Placed in chronological order: Manga 3 -> 3 -> 1 -> anime -> Novel 2 -> 2 -> 4 - > Novel 5 -> 5. The original confirmation of 5 taking place after 2 was courtesy of French gaming site ActuGaming's interview with director Hideaki Itsuno, and 5 producer Matthew Walker's responding tweet to a fan's question. However, Capcom TV later streamed a quick summary video that put 2 before 4, causing much confusion until Walker confirmed it on Twitter.
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Macross Missile Massacre
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Macross Missile Massacre: Pandora's Box missile platform mode, mini version with Kalina Ann's Hysteric.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_8b93a168
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Down the Drain
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The underwater sequences in the first two games also count; the former was first person and limited you to a specific gun while your speed was severely limited in the latter (even with the Aqua Heart equipped). Oh, and did we mention that one boss is fought underwater in 2?
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Overshadowed by Awesome
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Overshadowed by Awesome: Part of the problem with the second game, when compared to the first. The fact that it was mediocre and forgettable didn't help either, though.
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Backtracking
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Backtracking: In 4 — and how! Nearly every reviewer called it out. Basically, Dante's part consists of doing everything Nero did in reverse order. That was exacerbated by the fact the initial run with Nero had some backtracking in and of itself. There was backtracking in the other installments as well (Mallet Island for 1, the Uroboros building in 2, and the Temen-ni-gru's lower levels in 3), but those were the well-done "environment change" versions of the trope.
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One-Hit Point Wonder
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One-Hit Point Wonder: In Heaven or Hell mode from 3 on, everyone dies in one hit - the player, enemies, even bosses. Hell or Hell in 4, on the other hand, only makes you this.
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Despair Embodied in 2. Also 75% of the bosses, to be honest. Special mention to Phantom's appearance in 2. There's no build up to it, only a cut scene depicting him falling from a the sky. Dante doesn't even make any comment about it, despite having killed him some time before in the first game.
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Theme Twin Naming
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Theme Twin Naming: Dante and Vergil, named after Dante Alighieri and the Roman poet he admired and wrote as his guide through Hell and Purgatory.
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Clipped-Wing Angel
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Clipped-Wing Angel: Mundus, Possessed Arius, the False Savior.
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Mook Bouncer
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Mook Bouncer: As part of a boss fight. Nightmare is a warp boss in 1, where it's a double-edged sword: if Dante gets sucked in by Nightmare, he's sent to another dimension to fight an earlier — but weaker — boss. However, when he defeats the weaker boss, a good chunk of damage is dealt to Nightmare when Dante escapes. The Faults in 4 appear under your feet and, if you don't react fast enough, teleport you to an underground room full of Chimera Assaults, before forcing you to do the fight you were engaged in all over again. Thankfully it's easy to avoid.
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Monster Arena
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Monster Arena: Bloody Palace from 2 and onwards.
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Death-or-Glory Attack
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Death-or-Glory Attack: The Royal Release in 3 and 4. In a sneaky way, the Devil Trigger itself in 3. If simply used, it's a teeny burst that mildly inconveniences enemies. If charged up fully, with a maxed-out DT gauge, it will One-Hit Kill every minor enemy in the game. However, using it this way leaves you with only a few seconds of Devil Trigger time, so you better hope you got them all. In 4, Nero can also use his Devil Bringer to reverse some powerful enemy attacks instead of dodging them. For example, knocking back the combined sphere attack from a Bianco Angelo and Alto Angelos, throwing Credo's spear back, or grabbing Sanctus while he is charging you.
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Inescapable Ambush
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Inescapable Ambush: And if you try to run, the barricade will smack you away. Disappointingly absent in 4. The smack-you-away part, not the inescapable part.
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Black Blood
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Black Blood: Some of the demons in 3, which are made of and bleed sand. In 4, only half-humans bleed red, while organic demons have blue, green, or orange blood instead.
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Deadly Lunge
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Deadly Lunge: The Stinger move and its variants, though some enemies have their own versions too.
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Mook Chivalry
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Mook Chivalry: Breached variously; Enigmas from 3 are probably the definitive example. Frosts in 4 also love to do combined attacks. As well as Angelos when they are led by an Alto.
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Villainous Breakdown
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Villainous Breakdown: Arius from 2 has an amazingly hamtastic one that completely destroys any credibility he had as villain beforehand (which, mission-wise, was only four levels ago).
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Damn You, Muscle Memory!
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Damn You, Muscle Memory!: Switch between 1 and 3. Thankfully the latter lets you remap the controls to your liking. Better yet, try going from 3 back to 1. Again thankfully, the HD collection remaps the controls of 1 to make them similar to the other games.
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Big Bad
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"Jackpot!" Usually said right before defeating the Big Bad of the game.
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You Remind Me of X
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You Remind Me of X: In the first game, Dante reminds every boss he faces of Sparda. And in the third, he reminds Nevan of Sparda. Normally, the player would automatically assume it's Sparda when Berial notes that Nero reminds him of someone in 4, but according to the novelization it's Dante. After the first duel in 4, Deadly Fortune has Dante muse about Nero having the same look in his eyes as Vergil did.
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Heel–Face Revolving Door
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Trish remarks that Dante "lost a mother and brother to evil twenty years ago." 3 has Dante encounter his brother a decade or so after Eva's death, and Vergil's status as an antagonist is very questionable. Kamiya's concept was that Vergil was kidnapped when Eva was killed, which explains why Dante didn't recognize Nelo Angelo: why would he connect an evil demon trying to kill him with a little kid who was never anything but a good boy? The memory the amulet triggered was one of his most recent of Vergil. The author of the first novel decided to ignore this and make Vergil free, evil, and badass, meaning that Dante should have had more recent not just memories but good memories of him since they were temporary partners. Then 3 decided to copy the first novel's Vergil and the second novel's plot.
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The Blade Always Lands Pointy End In
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The Blade Always Lands Pointy End In: Swords always land pointy end in, no matter how big or unbalanced they seem.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_9ab2d4a
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Bandaged Face
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Bandaged Face: In the first prequel novel, Gilver aka Vergil.
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Double Jump
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Double Jump: Justified; anybody with the Air Hike ability (either naturally or granted by a Devil Arm) performs the second jump by creating a magic platform under their feet and leaping off that. Taken one step further by Dante's Devil Trigger form in 4 to enable a triple jump.
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Difficult, but Awesome
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Difficult, but Awesome: Royal Guard. If you do manage to pull it off, though, it looks amazing. Using RG to cancel Spiral and Kalina Ann is also difficult but rewarding to master. To elaborate, the style lets you completely nullify damage by pressing block at the right instant, just as an attack hits you. This also boosts style rating, Devil Trigger energy, and lets you save power for monstrous counter-atttacks, but you'll have to memorise enemy attack cues and patterns to get the timing right. Nevan seems all but useless at first, but when you actually master it, it will kick a lot of butt. Same with Lucifer in 4. Beginner points are basically kick out a lot of blades with Pin-Up, then use Bondage to impale and then Ecstasy to finish. Changing styles mid-combo in 4. It requires a bit of dexterity (going from analog stick to D-Pad) but when pulled off right you can extend combos (Swordmaster's Aerial Rave -> Dark Slayer's Aerial combo in midair) and compensate for holes in Dante's style made by the larger places you have to fight in (Air Trick -> ground fighting -> Swordmaster's Dance Macabre). Instant Revving with Nero in 4 (EX-ACT and later MAX-ACT). Revving up the Red Queen allows you to dish more damage and change the properties of some of your attacks. You can stand still and rev up the sword by tapping the Rev button a couple of times (up to a maximum of three levels) that charge up the next attack you do. However, purchase the EX-ACT upgrade and you can rev your sword as you slash it by pressing the Rev button as your sword makes contact with an enemy. This adds a single level instantaneously and can be done with every sword attack Nero has, provided you have the timing down. Later on, you can purchase the MAX-ACT upgrade, which requires even more precise timing (maybe...one or two frames of tolerance), but doing so will instantly grant you all three rev levels in a single go. Using enemies as platforms to reboot aerial combos (also known as "jump cancel") requires a very precise timing, but allows you to stay in the air indefinitely once you master it.
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Giant Spider
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Giant Spider: Phantom. Giant Magma Scorpion-Spider to be more precise. Still doesn't stop Dante from insulting it. Also his smaller brothers, the Kyklops and in 3 the Arachne.
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Blade Run
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Blade Run: The Shadow enemies in the first game will sometimes attack by extending long spikes from their body, which then stay out for a few moments. While they're out, the player can stand on them, as seen here at around 1:50. Nero does it literally on the sword that was originally attached to a statue of Sparda when he first battles Dante in the early cutscenes of 4. Sadly, no gameplay usage.
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Despite the repeated note that humans are capable of being just as evil as demons (if not worse), Dante is rarely seen killing humans while he brutally finishes off hundreds of often equally sentient demons. Though many times he's stated he's willing to let them live if they simply stopped and ran off home.
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Hyperspace Arsenal
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Hyperspace Arsenal: Both played straight and subverted, especially within 3. While Vergil's sword(s) are always present, and Lady has a pistol, a machine-gun, a crossbow thingymajig, and even a rocket launcher all clearly visible on her body... we have Dante, who can carry three swords, giant three-part nunchaku, a scythe-guitar, huge gauntlets and greaves, two pistols, a shotgun, a demonic laser gun, an anti-tank rifle, and a rocket launcher (Lady's, as mentioned)... on his back? Inside his coat? In his pants pockets? It's worth noting that Beowulf and Artemis will show on Dante's avatar at all times if he has them equipped, but supposedly he's got them on his person at all times. Where do they go?
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Hand Cannon
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Hand Cannon: Ebony and Ivory are fitted with massive ported compensators that more than put them in this ballpark, while Blue Rose in 4 is a carbine-sized double-barrel revolver.
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Thunderbird
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Thunderbird: Despite its name, the Griffon has more in common with a thunderbird than a typical griffon, having only two legs and no leonine features and fighting using beams of electricity.
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American Kirby Is Hardcore
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American Kirby Is Hardcore: For some reason, the Tokyopop translation of the manga has Dante drinking beer instead of tomato juice. Apparently a fondness for tomato juice is too quirky a trait for Dante to have.
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Made of Iron
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Made of Iron: Both the Sons of Sparda have a massive Healing Factor to explain this, but Lady manages to shrug off some serious damage despite being entirely human. Pretty much everything in the world. HOW many hits with a BFS does it take to kill most enemies?
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Continuity Nod
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Continuity Nod: When Arkham visits Dante's shop in 3, Dante assumes he wants to use the bathroom and tells him "the toilet's in the back." He makes the same assumption about Trish when she storms the shop in the first game, several years later.
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One-Man Army
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One-Man Army: Like all action game protagonists, Dante fits. However, according to the backstory, Sparda single-handedly fought off the unrestrained forces of Hell, taking this trope Up to Eleven.
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Camera Screw
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Camera Screw: The series frequently changes the camera angle mid-jump. The key to your survival is that the game doesn't realign your controls until you land, so you need not jerk the controller around. The third fight with Griffon in 1 is nearly unwinnable on higher difficulties thanks to this. 2's camera is particularly bad. You'll often find yourself shooting away at enemies the camera seems to have no intention of showing you.
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Competitive Balance
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Competitive Balance: Whether it’s comparing the different ways Dante can deal out the hurt with his various weapons or styles or just comparing him to other playable characters, this shows up in one form or another in each game.
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The Gunslinger
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The Gunslinger: Just about every heroic character who carries firearms.
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Essence Drop
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Essence Drop: May be the Trope Codifier for modern action games. Demonic blood comes in three flavours: red (currency), green (health), and white (Devil Trigger gauge).
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Amazing Technicolor Battlefield
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Amazing Technicolor Battlefield: 1: Before battling Mundus, he and Dante end up in a universe Mundus conjured up, where you then proceed to shoot fireballs at him. Many Bloody Palace stages tend to be this, with strange light shows going on under the floor or nebulae flying by.
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Homage
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Homage: Quite a few, including callbacks to past Capcom games, starting with Dante's uppercut moves resembling the Shoryuken from Street Fighter and Nero's Devil Triggered Buster against the Alto Angelos being identical to Zangief's Ultra Final Atomic Buster. To add a few more: Hyper Fist is the Hokuto Hyakuretsu Ken from Fist of the North Star, Killer Bee/Starfall is Akuma's Tenma Kujinkyaku from Street Fighter, and Volcano appears to be Akuma's Kongo Koretsu Zan from Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. Rising Dragon (as said above) is the Shoryuken with bits of the Shinryuken added in, Divine Dragon resembles the Shinryuken even more, and Tornado is the Shinkuu Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku. All of these come from Street Fighter. These two videos showcase some more coincidences/similarities. There are even allusions to some of SNK's fighters.
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Shields Are Useless
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Shields Are Useless: Averted by all the playable characters for the same reason that Armor Is Useless. Subverted by a whole mess of baddies, most of them more difficult enemies to defeat (Frosts, Fallen Ones, Assaults...)
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Half-Human Hybrid
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Half-Human Hybrid: Dante and Vergil are demon by Sparda's blood and human by Eva's. Nero's a quarter-demon with Vergil as his father.
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Canon Discontinuity
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It could just be that he's riding high on the fact that he's likely surpassed even his father's strength at this point, and that's brought back a lot of his cocky jerkish behavior from back in 3. If you wanted to be morbid and aren't one of the many fans who ignore the second game entirely, you could explain the absence of Lady and Trish as something bad happening to them and him blaming himself and becoming sober and serious for that game, although 5 (which is set after 4) shows them both alive and well, Jossing that as well.
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Planet Heck
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Planet Heck: The first three games have near-endgame levels set in the Demon World.
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One-Hit Kill
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One-Hit Kill: Can be done to some enemies in the first game by hitting them in a specific way: Sin Scissors can be killed in a single shotgun blast by shooting their masks point blank right after they attack and Blades can be killed with a single downwards air attack on their back after being knocked down from behind. Both of them give some extra Red Orbs before the ones they normally drop after their death animation to show the player they did it correctly... as if the Blades flailing around on the ground spraying blood everywhere wasn't enough of an indication. A Buster-counterattack against the ball of energy an Alto and several Bianco Angelos shoots (if in formation) at Nero in 4 can easilly net a SSS rank when timed properly (especially true if the Alto is weak or doesn't have a high enough vitality). Shadows in the first game can be killed without exposing the core. With proper timing, Dante can jump on its head when it morphs into a spear. The monster's defenses are lowered - and Dante can fill the creature with lead, which will usually force it to jump to its red state.
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Finishing Move
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Finishing Move: Wild Stomp in 3. 4 has Nero's Buster moves against bosses; they won't necessarily finish the boss off, but they tend to do a lot of damage, and they definitely look like finishing moves.
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Blown Across the Room
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Blown Across the Room: Many, many enemies can do this to Dante, starting with Phantom in the first game.
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Colour-Coded Timestop
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Colour-Coded Timestop: Reversed colors in the first and third game, grayscale in the fourth.
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Healing Factor
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Not entirely. The increased footspeed, increased offensive power, increased resistance to flinching, and Healing Factor are still quite useful. On top of that, special abilities still do exist with certain Devil Arms (i.e. Air Raid with Nevan).
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Ascended Demon
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Ascended Demon: Sparda, a powerful demon who turned on his masters and became a champion of the human world.
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Rewarding Vandalism
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Rewarding Vandalism: Breaking background objects for orbs. Interesting, a very slight subversion in 4: In the first fight against Berial, the houses in the area yield health orbs after being destroyed — however, as the orbs will disappear later, it's probably best to ensure you don't lead him in the direction of all the houses and cause them to be all gone too quickly. So, don't jump to letting him smash everything. Averted in 5. Smashing stuff up just leaves you with a bunch of smashed stuff. Orbs either exist out in the open or in caches, never inside background objects (which makes sense; why would a chair have crystallized demon blood in it?).
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Red Eyes, Take Warning
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Red Eyes, Take Warning: At the end of the original, Mundus apparently kills Trish. Dante's eyes start glowing red, he stops cracking wise, and gains the Sparda Devil Trigger. Nero in 4 during his first Devil Trigger.
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Practical Taunt
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Practical Taunt: Taunting restores your Devil Trigger gauge and your Style gauge. Sometimes, it can be the difference between an SS combo and an SSS combo. Vergil and Trish in 4 SE have taunts that do damage to enemies right in front of them.
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Shielded Core Boss
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Shielded Core Boss: To name a few: Leviathan's Heart, from 3, is encased in a hard shell that opens up for a short time when one of two adjacent organs is destroyed and before it regenerates. Nevan, also from 3, has an electrical shield that drops when all of the bats surrounding her are destroyed. And then you must instantly attack her at least once or else she'll immediately regenerate the shield to full. Subverted by Jokatgulm in 2. You can bypass hacking away at her tentacles and instead go straight for her head, but that merely makes the fight more difficult. During both fights against Sanctus in 4, he is protected by a force field that you must destroy to damage him.
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Asskicking Equals Authority
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Asskicking Equals Authority: The Always Chaotic Evil Demon World lives by this rule.
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Hell-Fire
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Hellfire: Ifrit from 1 is described as projecting this. Furiataurus from 2 seems to be covered in it and bleeds lava when attacked. Berial from 4 too, him being the "Conqueror of the Fire Hell."
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Hellgate
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Hellgate: Temen-ni-gru in 3 is more of a Helltower, but it still opened a link to the Demon World with the Human World, while there are Hellgates gets destroyed in 4.
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Oh, Crap!
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Dante does it towards the end of 1 when he stops fooling around with Mundus and gets really pissed off.
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Catchphrase
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Catchphrase: "Jackpot!" Usually said right before defeating the Big Bad of the game. "Let's rock, baby!"
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Horny Devils
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Nevan. The type of demon she is justifies this, but still. "Sugarrr."
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Retcon
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Retcon: Mostly caused to 1 by 3. In 4, Lady (who appeared in 3) works in the Devil May Cry business. But in 1, supposed to happen between 3 and 4, Dante clearly works alone and there is no mention of another partner besides Trish even at the end. Force Edge was originally a memento handed down to Dante by his father. 2 changed the sword to Rebellion and Force Edge was stuck in the Demon World in 3 until Dante takes it back with him in the end. Trish remarks that Dante "lost a mother and brother to evil twenty years ago." 3 has Dante encounter his brother a decade or so after Eva's death, and Vergil's status as an antagonist is very questionable. Kamiya's concept was that Vergil was kidnapped when Eva was killed, which explains why Dante didn't recognize Nelo Angelo: why would he connect an evil demon trying to kill him with a little kid who was never anything but a good boy? The memory the amulet triggered was one of his most recent of Vergil. The author of the first novel decided to ignore this and make Vergil free, evil, and badass, meaning that Dante should have had more recent not just memories but good memories of him since they were temporary partners. Then 3 decided to copy the first novel's Vergil and the second novel's plot. Dante's speech to Trish in 1 implies that he and Vergil never actually knew Sparda, and all the twins had to go by were the stories Eva would tell them of him. Vergil apparently reminds Dante of Sparda, but the kind of guy that Vergil is just makes that comparison mind-boggling. The name "Devil May Cry" comes from Enzo Ferino's testimony in the handbook (in reference to Dante: "He glares at a guy, and even the devil may cry!") and later was changed to the Title Drop by Lady ("Even a devil may cry when he loses a loved one"). The reason for "Devil Never Cry" returning back to "Devil May Cry" was because of Trish asking Dante to do so in volume 1 of the audio drama CD, prior to her meeting Lady in episode 4 of the anime. Trish wanted to travel around the world by herself, and "Devil Never Cry" meant that they owned the shop together, to which Dante agrees. In 1, Trish was the first to know about Dante's quest for revenge. In the manga for the third game, the Mad Hatter and White Rabbit (and by extension, Arkham) knew as well. A timeline variation. The order of events in the series went from 3, 1, the anime, 4, 2 and finally 5. However, an official trailer on the history of Devil May Cry now has 4 coming after 2.
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Bottomless Magazines
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Bottomless Magazines: Dante can run out of ammo but his weapons refill automatically given time. According to 1's game manual, one of his demonic powers creates more bullets in his guns. While Lady and Nero have shown impressive reloading skills, Lady plays this straight during Mission 16 of 3 when Dante picks a fight with her. Nero subverts this in 4's gameplay, as he can shoot as long as he wants but if he stops (don't do anything else) Nero will finish with what is apparently a quick reload. Zigzagged on Nero in 5.
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Oedipus Complex
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Oedipus Complex: Subverted with Dante, who is never explicitly stated to be seeking to outdo his father, and is shown to be slightly disturbed by Trish's resemblance to his mother (specifically in the anime).
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Trauma-Induced Amnesia
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Trauma-Induced Amnesia: Dante in the first prequel novel, apparently due to Eva's death.
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Executive Meddling
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This is also coupled with Executive Meddling (since Hideki Kamiya left Capcom, it's been the new director of the series who believes that Dante has been used far too much). However, our prayers have finally been answered: Dante (and Trish) are in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (with Vergil later added to the roster in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3)! YEAH!
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Lost in Translation
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Lost in Translation: Nelo Angelo is the single greatest cause of fan argument for this whole series. Among the reasons why that aren't spoilerriffic, his name is mistranslated: it is supposed to mean "Black Angel" in Italian, but thanks to the problem the Japanese have with R's and L's, the letter got switched up: thus his name would, accurately, be Nero Angelo (for once the R is actually supposed to be there), which is what caused controversy all over when 4 was in the works with its protagonist, who was also named Nero. The "R to L and vice-versa" problem occurs in the more usual fashion with Berial. As always, the name is (almost certainly) supposed to be "Belial", but the Japanese are apparently incapable of getting that right/the translation team never catches it. The kicker of it all regarding Nelo Angelo? In the game's Japanese manual, it's spelled — IN ENGLISH — "Nero Angelo."
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Glowing Eyes of Doom
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Glowing Eyes of Doom: Beowulf in 3 and Sparda. Dante does it towards the end of 1 when he stops fooling around with Mundus and gets really pissed off. Nero as well in 4, once Agnus manages to piss him off enough.
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Ink-Suit Actor
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Ink-Suit Actor: For 3, an unknown stuntman named Reuben Langdon was brought in to do mocap for Dante. Whether they planned it that way or not, he's now Dante's official voice actor as well. Daniel Southworth as Vergil also in 3 and Johnny Yong Bosch as Nero in 4.
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Goomba Springboard
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Goomba Springboard: A minigame was made out of this mechanic in 3. You can buy the ability to do this in 4.
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Tron Lines
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Tron Lines: Beowulf in 3 has 'em. So does Nelo Angelo in 1.
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Playable Epilogue
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Playable Epilogue: In 3 and 4.
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I Shall Taunt You
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I Shall Taunt You/Taunt Button: It refills Devil Trigger orbs and raises the Style meter. Both Nero and Dante have "Come on!", though while spoken in different fashions, the function is the same.
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Improbable Aiming Skills
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Improbable Aiming Skills: Amongst many examples that could be given, in 3, Dante both flips a billard table over and proceeds to shoot the white ball, initiating an aerial game of pool to take place which knocks out a couple of demons when the balls hit their heads, AND, at a later point, he also deflects bullets by shooting them out of their trajectory path. Dante can block Lady's pistol shots by shooting them out of the air with Ebony and Ivory when you fight her in 3. Nero does the same to Dante in the tutorial for 4. Dante later repeats the trick when getting Echidna's attention in 4, replacing the billiard balls with seeds. And shoving Yamato into the heart of the False Savior by shooting it with 8 bullets that stack up one right behind the last.
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End Game Results Screen
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End Game Results Screen: At least each game in the series does this.
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Urban Fantasy
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Urban Fantasy: It's only hinted at in 3 and TAS, but played completely straight with 5.
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Fingerless Gloves
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Fingerless Gloves: Regular fingerless gloves for Dante and Vergil in 3 and Lady in 5, no-thumb-and-index-finger gloves in 4 for Dante, and only the left hand for Nero and only the right hand for V in 5.
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Shrouded in Myth
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Shrouded in Myth: Sparda. The only things known both within the story and by players is that: A) he used to be Mundus's right-hand devil, B) rebelled against Mundus two thousand years prior to 1 and 3 before sealing both worlds away from each other, C) probably spent some time with the Vie de Marli clan and on Fortuna, and D) had Dante and Vergil with Eva before disappearing from their lives, and that's it.
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Locked Door
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Locked Door: All over 1 and 2. Some simple puzzles in 3. By the way, don't go near the locked doors, they'll turn into a giant hand and grab your soul away from you.
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Blonde, Brunette, Redhead
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Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Dante's leading ladies in the first three games, with the blonde Trish in 1, redheaded Lucia in 2, and brown-haired Lady in 3.
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Invisible to Normals
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Invisible to Normals: Although no one seems to care about Temen-ni-gru in 3, Dante runs a demon-hunting business. Possibly not with Temen-ni-gru. Poke around the urban areas wrecked by the tower and demons and you get Resident Evil-styled text descriptions telling you about how everyone around has been hideously killed by the demons in ways you shouldn't think about. There is, thus, no one around to notice immediately after the tower emerges, and one might hypothesize that the National Guard/JSDF is surrounding the base of it, unseen, by the end.
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Car Fu
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Car Fu: Dante uses Lady's motorbike to drive up Temen-ni-gru's outer wall, falls towards it for a short distance, and then is besieged in midair by demons. So he beats all of them up with the motorbike, which explodes shortly after he lands, leaving only the handlebars. In 1, Trish bursts through Dante's door on her motorcycle, then she hurls it at him.
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Gun Fu
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Gun Fu: Dante, Nero, Trish, and Lady.
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Satan
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Satan: Mundus. Who is not (nor is he related to) Lucifer in any way, as that's a completely different weapon.
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Continuing is Painful
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Continuing is Painful: To an extent. The thing is, when you use an item, it's used for good: if you die, you will have to do the sequence (or the entire level) again without the items you already used, which may force you to go back to the loading screen. Then again, the game does all it can to discourage light use of items, so if a passage or boss is hard, a more clever method is to try and get as far as possible without using them at first.
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Dem Bones
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Dem Bones: Sargassoes from 1 and 2.
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Opposites Theme Naming
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Opposites Theme Naming: Trish's twin handguns are named Luce and Umbra ("Light" and "Shadow" in Italian) and are appropriately colored. Dante's handguns are named "Ebony" and "Ivory."
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Intentional Engrish for Funny
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Intentional Engrish for Funny: A sort-of retconned version - concept art for Ebony and Ivory in the first game had "FOR TONY REDGRAVE, BY .45 ART WARKS" written on the slides. When presented with the perfect opportunity to fix that with the novel, they instead ran with it, where even the sign outside the aforementioned shop spells the word "work" incorrectly, and Dante makes fun of the owner for being a bad speller.
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Harder Than Hard
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Harder Than Hard: "Dante Must Die." Hell or Hell mode in 4. To fully explain: Heaven Or Hell mode is where you die in one hit, but so does every enemy, including bosses. In Hell or Hell mode, guess what dies in one hit and what doesn't. Somewhat compensated, since the default power of enemies and bosses is that of the "Son of Sparda" mode (aka Bloody Palace difficulty), and by the time you get it, you must have passed the game on "Dante Must Die" difficulty, which grants you infinite Devil Trigger gauge upon completion, making this mode a continuous Curb-Stomp Battle. Of course, since the endless DT is a selectable before choosing the mission, and it is indeed broken, the game decreases your final mission score conveninently (the maximum score attainable to you while on infinite DT mode is "D"). Passing this mode without infinite DT, however, is much more of a challenge.
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Strong Family Resemblance
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Strong Family Resemblance: Sparda, Dante, Vergil, and Nero.
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Idle Animation
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Idle Animation: First game, Dante had a different animation for whatever firearm he had equipped. With Ebony and Ivory, he would twirl them and put them away, whereas when equipped with the shotgun, grenade launcher, or Nightmare-Beta, he would put one hand in his pocket while he would rest his weapon arm on his shoulder. In 3, Dante would scratch his head in annoyance, cross his arms, and tap his foot impatiently. In 4, Nero would inspect his arm. Dante actually has two animations: looking around with his hands on his hips, then stretching out an arm while still looking around. The other is a little funnier — it looks like he might have dozed off standing up with his arms crossed.
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Mêlée à Trois
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Mêlée à Trois: Between Dante, Vergil, and Lady in 3, until Arkham shows up and forces the Sons of Sparda to work together. Between the player characters, the Order of the Sword, and the demons in 4.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: Almost everyone to The Divine Comedy. Various other sources get referenced along the way. Dante's character is based off of the eponymous hero of Space Adventure Cobra, and the Nightmare gun is meant to resemble the Psychogun. The manga has a "dungeon" that is practically a nightmarish version of Alice in Wonderland. The achievement in Devil May Cry 3 HD for defeating Arkham is "Asylum"; it's possible that the character was originally named after said asylum. Additionally, Jester was originally going to be named after The Joker. As above, the series' Theme Naming borrows heavily from The Divine Comedy. Dante - Writer and main character of The Divine Comedy. Vergil - Dante's guide through Hell and Purgatory that was based on a real Roman poet Publius Vergilius Maro. Trish - Derived from Beatrice, Dante's lover and guide through Heaven. Lucia - Taken from Saint Lucia (Lucia in Latin), a Christian martyr who acts as an intermediate and instructs Virgil to lead Dante through Hell and Purgatory. Lady/Mary - Refers to the Catholic Madonna ("Our Lady" in Italian), otherwise known as the Virgin Mary.
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Possession Implies Mastery
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Possession Implies Mastery: It would be believable for Dante to know how to play guitar. How to spout lightning and bats from said guitar in 3? Not so much, but who cares, it's awesome. Supplemental materials state that this is one of Dante's canon superpowers. Upon coming in contact with a tool or weapon, he is instantly able to wield said object with absolute mastery. Even in ways it wasn't intended for.
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Impaled with Extreme Prejudice
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Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Dante gets impaled by Trish with Force Edge not soon after her crashing into Devil May Cry. Alastor stabs Dante, unlocking the use of Devil Trigger in-game. Phantom meets his end this way after falling through a ceiling and landing on a statue's spear. Griffon is also pinned to a sacrificial pentagram by a giant pointy rock. There seems to be a Running Gag of Dante getting impaled at least once per game. In 1 it's Alastor, in 3 Vergil stabs him twice, and in 4 he gets impaled and pinned to a statue of Sparda in the game's opening by Nero. Nero getting stabbed the first time by a lance and then a demonic living sword before awakening his Devil Trigger, much like Uncle Dante. Vergil finally gets to have his turn at being impaled in 5. During the final boss fight inMission 20, he can impale Nero first if the player times right, which immediately prompts Nero to yank out Yamato and impale Vergil in return.
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Charles Atlas Superpower
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comment
Charles Atlas Superpower: Lady, and Nero (later subverted).
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Mook Debut Cutscene
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comment
Mook Debut Cutscene: Nearly every single enemy in the series has a special introduction.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_ca3d2067
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Power Fist
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comment
Power Fist: Ifrit in 1, Beowulf in 3, Gilgamesh in 4, Balrog in 5. As noted above, the latter three combine this with Armed Legs.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_ca7f68c4
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1.0
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Taking You with Me
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comment
Shadows from 1 in the literal sense. They then go right to Taking You with Me. The same can be applied to Blitz in 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_caf89e54
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1.0
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Everything's Better with Spinning
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comment
Rising Dragon (as said above) is the Shoryuken with bits of the Shinryuken added in, Divine Dragon resembles the Shinryuken even more, and Tornado is the Shinkuu Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku. All of these come from Street Fighter.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_cb1ffd67
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Counter-Attack
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Counter-Attack: Used with Royal Guard to completely nullify damage taken and drastically increase damage dealt.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_cb42ed9f
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1.0
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Nosebleed
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Speaking of 3, the character artist specifically states in the Note of Naught artbook that coatless!Vergil "was designed to give our women users huge nosebleeds."
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_cd8d5b02
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1.0
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Lighter and Softer
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comment
Lighter and Softer: Not in terms of story or subject matter, but visually, 4 features a much brighter color palette for its foes and environments than 3 (plus 1 and 2), which takes place almost exclusively in a gothic tower.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_ce6555f0
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Badass Longcoat
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Badass Longcoat: Dante, Vergil, and Nero.
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Kill Enemies to Open
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Kill Enemies to Open: Doors sometimes become locked with magical barriers, requiring you to kill all the demons in the room before proceeding.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d03c7b28
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1.0
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GoshDangItToHeck
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comment
Gosh Dang It to Heck!: "Flock off, featherface!" in 1. It's also worth noting that later installments don't do this; 3, 4, and the anime in particular have their share of cursing. Nero even gets called out for using harsh language at one point. The "Flock off, featherface!" line could have just been a pun. Griffon was a bird demon, after all...
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d0b60f23
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d0c5fb3
type
Impossibly Cool Weapon
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d0c5fb3
comment
Impossibly Cool Weapon: There are a couple of weapons that are just cool. Others are impossibly awesome. From 4: Blue Rose is a two-barrel revolver, Red Queen is a petrol-powered BFS, Gilgamesh is literally organic metal that forms gauntlets and boots with spurs, Pandora's forms (other than suitcase) and Lucifer are just impossible to describe. Nevan deserves mention from 3. See Instrument of Murder for details. No nunchuks are as cool as large-size three-sided ones like Cerberus that can spout ice in 3.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d0c5fb3
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Heart Container
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Heart Container: Blue Orbs, both full (usually bought from the God of Time) and Fragments (the usual reward for Secret Missions, also found in gameplay). Purple Orbs serve the same purpose for the Devil Trigger meter, though without Fragments and almost exclusively bought.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d1b98800
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The Law of Diminishing Defensive Effort
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The Law of Diminishing Defensive Effort: Dante in cutscenes. Dante has a healing factor to help him, and when the fights get serious, he can be agile enough not to suffer a hit in the first place.
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Bullet Catch
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Vergil does this in a cutscene in 3. That is, he catches and returns bullets, With his sword.
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BladeAcrossTheShoulder
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Blade Across The Shoulder: Dante with Rebellion. Nero also occasionally does this with Red Queen.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d2b5361f
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d45c0b86
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Refuge in Audacity
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comment
Dante also gets ticked at Berial in 4 for not noticing that he was sitting on the demon's flaming tail soon enough. His coat doesn't look charred though, despite his dialogue...
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Mirror Boss
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comment
Mirror Boss: A new one every game. Maybe barring 2. The closest you have there are Bolverk and The Despair Embodied, who take a few cues from Nelo Angelo (moreso the former).
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Easy Levels, Hard Bosses
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Easy Levels, Hard Bosses: Played straight in most difficulties, but averted with "Dante Must Die" or "Heaven and Hell."
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d4fa75fc
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d5995bfd
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Roboteching
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comment
Roboteching: Pandora's Box missile platform, also Kalina Ann's Hysteric.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d5995bfd
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1.0
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_d6f284a3
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Anti-Frustration Features
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comment
Anti-Frustration Features: The series invokes this in later games. In Mission 15 of 2, the enemies become weaker each time you are unable to beat them in two minutes. In 3, dying a few times on normal mode unlocks easy mode; in 4, choosing "continue" a few times in a chapter automatically handicaps the enemy.
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Firing One-Handed
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comment
Firing One-Handed: Dante using the shotgun, Nightmare Beta, and Artemis. Often chalked up to his superhuman strength. Nero firing Blue Rose with one hand — the only time he uses both is when you're firing a Charge Shot in 4 or using the Tomboy Breaker in 5. If the size of Blue Rose's caliber is of any indication in comparison to real life firearms in that same range, the closest possibly the Smith & Wesson Model 500 revolver, it would smash into a regular human's face if the other hand wasn't used to brace for recoil.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_da7ede9c
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type
Action Girl
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Action Girl: Trish, Lucia, and Lady are all capable of demon slaying as much as Dante is. Beryl in the second novel also qualifies.
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type
Lightning Bruiser
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comment
Lightning Bruiser: Dante, Vergil, Nero. Trish might be a literal example, although she also has Super Strength. And then there is Beowulf in 3, a towering behemoth who is surprisingly agile and loves to beat you down with nothing more than his claws.
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Malevolent Masked Men
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comment
Malevolent Masked Men: Nelo Angelo in 1, Jester in 3 (if his face isn't a part of his anatomy).
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A God Am I
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comment
A God Am I: Occurs twice — first with Arkham in 3, whose megalomania was so great that having his ass handed to him by both Dante and Vergil combined was not enough to shatter his delusion of invincibility, and second with Sanctus of the Order of the Sword, who sought to create an artificial God and unify with it to reign over a new utopia purged of chaos. It also happens with Arius in 2, but only after he starts going loopy towards endgame. Arguably, he could have instead careened into Drunk on the Dark Side.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_dc1761bd
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_dc1761bd
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_dec8bfbf
type
Trash Talk
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_dec8bfbf
comment
For reasons unknown to everyone, Dante was this in 2. Funnily enough, the game's back cover notes that he was supposed to have even more of a trash talking attitude there.
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Updated Re-release
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comment
Updated Re-release: Both 3 and 4 were given "Special Editions" that added new playable characters among other features.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_df1793de
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Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_df1793de
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Hellhound
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_df237522
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The Basilisks from 4 are straight up Hellhounds rather than anything from Greek Mythology.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_df237522
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Absurdly Sharp Blade
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Absurdly Sharp Blade: Every time a sword is used in a cutscene, it tends to do things that no real sword could possibly do.
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Our Souls Are Different
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comment
Our Souls Are Different: Done to a head-scratching degree in this series. In 3, the souls of defeated demons turn into Devil Arms/combat Styles for use by whoever gets them, but it's never known what exactly happens to a human soul once their bodies are destroyed. In 1, devils are pretty much referred to as having no souls at all to speak of, and the same is said about humans that "become devils" in 3 and 4. Anyone expecting 4 to be consistent with 3, though, is going to get very confused at Echidna, Bael, Dagon, and Berial not turning into Devil Arms after being beaten. Needless to say, 2 is out of the question.
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Gangsta Style
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comment
Gangsta Style: How Dante holds Ebony and Ivory when firing and strafing. Also, when he executes "Honeycomb Fire" move in 4, which somehow enables him to shoot faster.
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Uneven Hybrid
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e33dc974
comment
Nero's a quarter-demon with Vergil as his father.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e33dc974
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Turns Red
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comment
Turns Red: Phantom and most 3 bosses; most 4 bosses as well - Cerberus and Bael/Dagon literally Turn Red. Shadows from 1 in the literal sense. They then go right to Taking You with Me. The same can be applied to Blitz in 4.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e3ab9e00
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11th-Hour Superpower
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comment
11th-Hour Superpower: The Sparda Devil Trigger in 1, which only works against Mundus and nowhere else. Without cheating, of course. Also Yamato and Dark Slayer in 4, except they can be used elsewhere and aren't especially overpowered.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e5066b68
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Nemesis Weapon
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comment
Nemesis Weapon: Dante's sword Rebellion and Vergil's katana Yamato used to belong to their father, Sparda. The two twins are bitter enemies.
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e540d1e6
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Camp
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e540d1e6
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Camp: The dialogue is hammy, the action defies physics, and the very concept of the game is Rule of Cool.
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e543a655
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Light Is Not Good
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comment
Light Is Not Good: Mundus' appearance in 1, Beowulf and the Fallen from 3, and the Order of the Sword from 4.
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 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e545e190
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Nerf
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comment
Nerf: The Devil Trigger offers special abilities and attacks in 1 and 2; it is all but useless in 3. Not entirely. The increased footspeed, increased offensive power, increased resistance to flinching, and Healing Factor are still quite useful. On top of that, special abilities still do exist with certain Devil Arms (i.e. Air Raid with Nevan). Reversed in 4. For example, Dante gains Air Hike by default (thus meaning that buying Air Hike gives DT!ed Dante a second Air Hike) and the properties of some of his moves are changed (Stinger is now a multi-hitting, drilling stab that goes through enemies, Kick-13 has extra hits added, comes out faster, and ends with a Genocide Cutter). The Styles were nerfed in 4 as a price for being able to switch them on the fly.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e545e190
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Never Bring a Knife to a Fist Fight
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e54f93d5
comment
Never Bring a Knife to a Fist Fight: Subverted: Vergil pulls out Yamato after he finds that using Beowulf alone isn't stopping Dante from kicking his ass. Beowulf and Ifrit may deal the most damage in gameplay, but Dante never uses them in cutscenes.
 Devil May Cry (Video Game) / int_e54f93d5
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Flanderization
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Flanderization: Dante started out in 1 as a Disney Anti-Hero (a Knight In Sour Armor). He posed as a mercenary and was picky about which jobs he took, but he would only refuse if the job lacked demons of any sort, taking the mission regardless of how much he got paid as long as demons were involved. Despite the wisecracking personality he had, he knew when to serious the hell up if it meant saving the world. Dante in 1 was kind enough to offer mercy to Griffon and Trish despite both of them wanting him dead (and it pays off on Trish's end; she joins him). Despite The Animated Series happening a short time after 1, they basically inverted his character as he is much more money-minded than demon-minded and prone to Out of Character and hypocritical moments, such as calling Modeus "pathetic" for wanting to avenge his dead brother. His debt to various people we've barely heard of are played up to uncomfortable laughs, and he's suddenly grown some Destructive Savior tendencies along with it. The later games just make him a Jerkass. A bonus picture of 3 has Lady holding up the handlebar of her destroyed bike, with Dante shrugging in the distance. While it's understandable that she would want to be paid back for it, like the "debt" point, it's overplayed. Her later appearances end up having to do with either money Dante owes her for her bike, or money Dante owes in general. Trish's Heel–Face Turn in the first game was remarked on by Mundus as being "sudden" ("Failure is one thing, but taking on an odd behavior like that..."). Later games have her as extremely impulsive and moody for no reason. Characterization Marches On: These personality traits first surfaced in The Animated Series and subsequently stuck for 4. Until 4, however, this could have been justified as Dante mellowing out over time. He makes the expected leap from Jerkass to Jerk with a Heart of Gold over the course of 3, which would naturally bring him up to the more Knight In Sour Armor portrayal of 1. As stated before, however, 4 more or less Jossed this. It could just be that he's riding high on the fact that he's likely surpassed even his father's strength at this point, and that's brought back a lot of his cocky jerkish behavior from back in 3. If you wanted to be morbid and aren't one of the many fans who ignore the second game entirely, you could explain the absence of Lady and Trish as something bad happening to them and him blaming himself and becoming sober and serious for that game, although 5 (which is set after 4) shows them both alive and well, Jossing that as well.
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Percussive Maintenance
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Percussive Maintenance: Dante to his jukebox in 3, although he does leave a dent in it. Nero to a drawbridge control console in 4, albeit unintentionally as he was surprised that it actually worked, despite the console sparking and exploding after he shot at it. Dante needs to operate a machine to open the cage containing the next plot coupon in 3. The machine's key is actually an ornamental spear. So he stabs the machine with the spear and, when nothing happens, kicks it. It works.
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Combination Attack
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Combination Attack/Combined Energy Attack: Trish super-charges Dante with her power to blow Mundus out of the water in 1. Dante and Vergil in 3 hack away at Arkham, then repeat with each other's swords, and then blast the hell out of him with a Wave-Motion Gun attack from Ebony and Ivory.
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Fanservice Pack
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Trish and Lady both seem to have received a Fanservice Pack in 4.
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Victor Gains Loser's Powers
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Victor Gains Loser's Powers: Started in 3, continued in 4 and 5. Nero has a lesser version of this, but Dante (and Vergil while he was alive) can turn the spirits of defeated enemies into weapons. This is the implied origin of Ifrit and Alastor from 1, presumably thanks to Sparda.
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Laser-Guided Amnesia
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Laser-Guided Amnesia: Dante in the first prequel novel, verging on split personality syndrome, going by "Tony Redgrave". Justified because he's basically in deep denial: Vergil keeps trying to give obvious hints and Dante refuses to pick up on them until Vergil pulls all the stops by causing Nell to die the way Eva did.
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Absolute Cleavage
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Absolute Cleavage: Gloria, and to a lesser extent Trish and Lady.
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Ham-to-Ham Combat
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Agnus as well in 4. Guess what happens when he and Dante meet?
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Crossover
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Crossover: In Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne (or at least the Updated Re-release that became the US and PAL versions), 2!Dante is fought in 2 boss battles (both optional, but to skip the first one, you have to permanently lock yourself out of the Bonus Dungeon). He also appears as a playable character in the PS2 verison of Viewtiful Joe. Word of God states the various non-native games he has been in already is the reason he is not in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom. This is also coupled with Executive Meddling (since Hideki Kamiya left Capcom, it's been the new director of the series who believes that Dante has been used far too much). However, our prayers have finally been answered: Dante (and Trish) are in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (with Vergil later added to the roster in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3)! YEAH! Dante was a playable character in both Project X Zone games, Lady was a support character in the first game, and Vergil paired with Dante in the second game.
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Jerkass
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Until 4, however, this could have been justified as Dante mellowing out over time. He makes the expected leap from Jerkass to Jerk with a Heart of Gold over the course of 3, which would naturally bring him up to the more Knight In Sour Armor portrayal of 1. As stated before, however, 4 more or less Jossed this.
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Stupid Sexy Flanders
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Stupid Sexy Flanders: Dante. Vergil. Sparda, natch.
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Cain and Abel
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Dante's speech to Trish in 1 implies that he and Vergil never actually knew Sparda, and all the twins had to go by were the stories Eva would tell them of him. Vergil apparently reminds Dante of Sparda, but the kind of guy that Vergil is just makes that comparison mind-boggling.
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Blob Monster
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Blob Monster: Nightmare and Mundus' true form in 1, Argosax the Chaos in 2, Arkham in 3.
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It Was a Gift
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It Was a Gift: Yamato and Rebellion to Vergil and Dante, passed down by Sparda. Then it's Yamato to Dante to Nero, with Dante letting Nero keep the sword when Nero tries to return it to its "rightful" owner. Also the amulets to the twins from Eva.
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Wall Jump
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Wall Jump: Prior to getting Air Hike, the player can jump walls to reach higher levels.
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Named Weapons
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Averted by Vergil in 3, who always carries his katana, Yamato, in its sheath at his side. In his final boss appearance, though, he plays this straight with Force Edge.
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Mundane Utility
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Mundane Utility: Sometimes the items you acquire do basic things like, opening a door or dispel a barrier have a little over-dramatic description... for example, in 3 you get to use the Steel Soul (containing the brave soul of an immortal and invincible hero)... to open ONE single door. And so on...
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Offhand Backhand
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Offhand Backhand: The shoot in two different directions simultaneously variant. Would the introduction of the Alto Angelus in 4 count? Dude doesn't even stop walking to kill the two Assaults that rush him. 3: Dante's intro in bladed and ceiling fan flavors. Vergil in 3, to the boss of Mission 2. Dante and Vergil delivers a simultaneous one to Nero at the finale of 5.
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"World of Cardboard" Speech: In 3. Dante has two: First one to Lady, serving to show his own Character Development she brought out of him. Second to Vergil, to shown the culmination of this development, and just how serious he's being right now. Nero, in 4, has two as well. First one, in Mission 7, is a variant in the latter example because Nero is just declaring his motivation aloud for the first time: he decided on it before the game started. The second one is given after he defeats Sanctus, telling him what he lacks, and how he's nothing like Sparda, but he, instead, is, because he has someone to love.
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Sprint Shoes
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Sprint Shoes: Stinger especially. Fun fact: if you use Stinger and jump off a cliff, you jump insanely far. 4 has an ability that both Nero and Dante can buy which increases their running speed after a short time.
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Evil Twin
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Vergil, Dante's Evil Twin brother, begets a child named Nero who would go on to be the protagonist of Devil May Cry 4 and Devil May Cry 5. Nero would also defeat Vergil in 5.
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Mercy Mode
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Mercy Mode: In 1 and 3, you are offered the choice to switch to Easy Mode under certain conditions of poor play, getting a D rank in the first mission and dying three times respectively.
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Razor Wind
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Razor Wind: Drive and Judgement Cut.
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Wake-Up Call Boss
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Wake-Up Call Boss: Phantom in 1, Cerberus in 3.
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Sarcastic Clapping
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Sarcastic Clapping: Inverted in 4, played straight in 3.
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Youngest Child Wins
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Youngest Child Wins: Dante against Vergil. Yes, they are twins, but conversations and in-game information seems to indicate Dante is the younger twin, which is finally confirmed at various points in 5.
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Rank Inflation
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Rank Inflation: Style rank combos
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Bring My Red Jacket
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Bring My Red Jacket: Dante wears a big red Badass Longcoat and gets swords through him a lot.
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Purposely Overpowered
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Purposely Overpowered: The Super LDK/Sparda costumes from 3, acquired by beating DMD. Also in 4, the costume is still the same as default but with infinite DT, magic for Dante and Exceed for Nero. Makes even the hardest difficulty modes (with the exception of "Heaven or Hell" and "Hell or Hell") nearly a breeze.
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RunningGag
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Running Gag: Dante getting impaled with his own sword. It happens in every game except 2.
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I Call It
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I Call It "Vera"/Named Weapons: Played straight with Kalina Ann, Lady naming her bazooka after her murdered mother. The majority of the equippable weaponry for the playable characters all have names, from Ebony & Ivory and Rebellion for Dante, to Blue Rose and Red Queen for Nero. However, most of the weapons for both Dante and Lucia in 2 averts the Named Weapons trope, going with descriptors like Submachine Guns and Throwing Daggers.
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Artistic License – Physics
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Artistic License – Physics: While the series does its level best to ignore physics completely, it does at one point toss a lampshade on the fact that Dante is too cool for the laws of motion. The description of Spiral's "trick shot" ability states that Dante ricochets the bullet off multiple surfaces to increase its speed, meaning he knows a local supplier of non-conservation-of-energy bullets. In 1 it also says that the Frost enemies are at below absolute zero temperature. This might be trying to imply that they're supernaturally cold, but it still sounds like a failure of logic, or at least physics.
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One-Winged Angel
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One-Winged Angel: Devil Triggers, Arkham, the members of the Order of the Sword — one of whom becomes a literal One Winged Angel... unless that shield is a wing? Hard to tell. It is. However, this still applies, both because his in-game title is "The One-Winged Dark Knight" and because he only has the one wing left after losing the shield to Nero.
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You Shouldn't Know This Already
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You Shouldn't Know This Already: Some of the attacks.
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The Lady's Favour
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The Lady's Favour: Lady handing Kalina Ann to Dante with the request that he "free" her father is this minus, y'know, the whole love interest thing in 3. Gender flipped in 2, where Dante bequeaths his lucky coin to Lucia before heading into Demon World to face Argosax.
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Theme Naming
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Theme Naming: The Seven Hells from 3, although the semblance is spotty at best. Also, five of the important characters draw their names from The Divine Comedy, and the Order of the Sword have a Christian hymn theme going. In 4, Red Queen and Gilgamesh moves have gambling-themed names. Lucifer moves have a sorta erotic/sexual theme. Pandora's Box moves are named after the evils from the original legend.
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Bizarre and Improbable Ballistics
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Bizarre and Improbable Ballistics: Throughout the course of the series.
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Cutscene Power to the Max
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Cutscene Power to the Max: Dante simply cannot die in cutscenes. At all. Although he does come across as careless and incompetent at times, see immediately above. Also, Yamato in 3 and 4. Cutscenes make it seem everything dies of being in the same room with it. Dante's handguns seem to have the odd ability to be able to kill pretty much everything he shoots with them in one blast. Compare to gameplay, where your same guns deal slightly more damage than throwing a large pebble. 4 in particular may be the worst offender of this trope in video game history. While you can certainly pull of some decently badass looking moves in-game, the kind of stuff that both player characters, Dante especially, do in cutscenes is jaw-droppingly ridiculous. The zenith is after beating a rather difficult boss as Dante, immediately afterwards five more of his kind come through the hell gate. Dante then manages to obtain the Pandora, and proceeds to effortlessly wreck all 4 of the boss's friends with a lethal combination of Pandora's abilities. Try replicating THIS in-game. Granted, all of those functions are available, but are in no way that powerful, that easy to pull off (a couple even fall into Awesome, but Impractical territory), that easy to control, or simply that flashy. And if that doesn't do it for you, how about making another boss explode with a single pistol shot, the weakest attack in the game no matter how many times you try and upgrade it?
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DeathByAThousandCuts
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Death by a Thousand Cuts: Million Stab.
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Dark and Troubled Past
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Dark and Troubled Past: Dante and Vergil have the entire business with Mundus killing both of their parents with demon attacks, while Lady has a supreme asshole of a father who murdered her mother and used her in a horrible plan to open the Hell Gate that Sparda closed.
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Action Commands / int_9db1766a
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Air Guitar / int_9db1766a
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Airborne Mook / int_9db1766a
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Alas, Poor Yorick / int_9db1766a
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Almost Kiss / int_9db1766a
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Anachronic Order / int_9db1766a
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Apocalypse Maiden / int_9db1766a
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Apocalypse Wow / int_9db1766a
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Arrange Mode / int_9db1766a
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Ascended Demon / int_9db1766a
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Ascetic Aesthetic / int_9db1766a
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Attack Its Weak Point / int_9db1766a
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Attract Mode / int_9db1766a
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Audible Sharpness / int_9db1766a
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Author Avatar / int_9db1766a
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Auto-Revive / int_9db1766a
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Autobots, Rock Out! / int_9db1766a
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Awesome Ego / int_9db1766a
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Awesomeness Meter / int_9db1766a
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Badass Back / int_9db1766a
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Badass Biker / int_9db1766a
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Badass Longcoat / int_9db1766a
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Bald of Evil / int_9db1766a
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Bash Brothers / int_9db1766a
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Batman Grabs a Gun / int_9db1766a
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Bayonet Ya / int_9db1766a
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Beam Spam / int_9db1766a
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Beat Still, My Heart / int_9db1766a
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Beating a Dead Player / int_9db1766a
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Big Creepy-Crawlies / int_9db1766a
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Biker Babe / int_9db1766a
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Bishōnen / int_9db1766a
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Bishōnen Line / int_9db1766a
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Bizarre and Improbable Ballistics / int_9db1766a
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Black Blood / int_9db1766a
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Black Bug Room / int_9db1766a
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Blade Run / int_9db1766a
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Blocking Stops All Damage / int_9db1766a
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Blonde, Brunette, Redhead / int_9db1766a
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Blood Magic / int_9db1766a
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Bloodless Carnage / int_9db1766a
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Bloody Bowels of Hell / int_9db1766a
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Blown Across the Room / int_9db1766a
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Blue Is Heroic / int_9db1766a
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Body Sled / int_cfed324a
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Bolivian Army Ending / int_9db1766a
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Boobs of Steel / int_9db1766a
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Borrowed Catchphrase / int_cfed324a
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Boss Arena Idiocy / int_9db1766a
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Boss Banter / int_9db1766a
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Boss in Mook Clothing / int_9db1766a
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Boss-Only Level / int_9db1766a
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Boss Rush / int_9db1766a
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Bottle Episode / int_9db1766a
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Bottomless Magazines / int_9db1766a
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Bragging Rights Option / int_9db1766a
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Bridal Carry / int_9db1766a
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Bring It / int_9db1766a
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Bring My Red Jacket / int_9db1766a
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Bruce Lee Clone / int_9db1766a
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Brutal Bonus Level / int_9db1766a
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Bullet Catch / int_9db1766a
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Bullet Time / int_9db1766a
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Button Mashing / int_9db1766a
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Cain and Abel / int_9db1766a
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Call a Hit Point a / int_9db1766a
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Camp / int_9db1766a
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Capcom Sequel Stagnation / int_9db1766a
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Cape Wings / int_9db1766a
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Car Fu / int_9db1766a
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Cargo Ship / int_9db1766a
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Casual High Drop / int_9db1766a
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Catch and Return / int_9db1766a
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Challenge Gamer / int_9db1766a
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Challenge Run / int_9db1766a
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Character Exaggeration / int_9db1766a
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Character in the Logo / int_9db1766a
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Character Tics / int_cfed324a
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Characterisation Click Moment / int_9db1766a
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Charles Atlas Superpower / int_9db1766a
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Check-Point Starvation / int_9db1766a
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Cheese Strategy / int_cfed324a
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Child of Forbidden Love / int_9db1766a
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Classical Anti-Hero / int_9db1766a
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Clean Cut / int_9db1766a
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Clipped-Wing Angel / int_9db1766a
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Collector of the Strange / int_9db1766a
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Colossus Climb / int_9db1766a
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Combat Aestheticist / int_9db1766a
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Combat Stilettos / int_9db1766a
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Common Crossover / int_9db1766a
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Companion Cube / int_9db1766a
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Compilation Re-release / int_9db1766a
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Conflict Killer / int_9db1766a
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Console RPG Cliches: The TV Tropes Version / int_9db1766a
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Content Warnings / int_9db1766a
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Cool Bike / int_9db1766a
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Cool Board / int_9db1766a
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Cool Loser / int_9db1766a
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Cool Uncle / int_9db1766a
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Corrupt Church / int_9db1766a
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Cosmetic Award / int_9db1766a
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Cosmic Deadline / int_9db1766a
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Counter-Attack / int_9db1766a
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Coup de Grâce Cutscene / int_9db1766a
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Create Your Own Hero / int_9db1766a
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Creative Closing Credits / int_9db1766a
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Creepy Awesome / int_9db1766a
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Crossover Ship / int_9db1766a
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Cry for the Devil / int_9db1766a
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Cry Laughing / int_9db1766a
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Cryptic Background Reference / int_9db1766a
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Custom Uniform of Sexy / int_9db1766a
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Cutlass Between the Teeth / int_9db1766a
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Cutscene Boss / int_9db1766a
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Cutscene Power to the Max / int_9db1766a
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Damage Discrimination / int_9db1766a
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Dark-Skinned Blond / int_9db1766a
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Dark-Skinned Redhead / int_9db1766a
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Dash Attack / int_9db1766a
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Deadly Lunge / int_9db1766a
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Deadly Upgrade / int_9db1766a
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Defector from Decadence / int_9db1766a
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Degraded Boss / int_9db1766a
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Dem Bones / int_9db1766a
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Demon Lords and Archdevils / int_9db1766a
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Demon of Human Origin / int_9db1766a
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Depending on the Artist / int_9db1766a
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Despotism Justifies the Means / int_9db1766a
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Detect Evil / int_9db1766a
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Deuteragonist / int_9db1766a
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Development Gag / int_9db1766a
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Devil, but No God / int_9db1766a
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Diagonal Cut / int_9db1766a
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Die, Chair! Die! / int_9db1766a
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Diegetic Switch / int_9db1766a
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Difficult, but Awesome / int_9db1766a
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Difficulty by Region / int_9db1766a
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Difficulty Spike / int_9db1766a
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Dinosaurs Are Dragons / int_9db1766a
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Disappears into Light / int_9db1766a
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Dismantled MacGuffin / int_9db1766a
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Ditto Fighter / int_9db1766a
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Divide and Conquer / int_9db1766a
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Divine Parentage / int_9db1766a
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Divinely Appearing Demons / int_9db1766a
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Do Not Call Me / int_9db1766a
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Does Not Like Spam / int_9db1766a
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Doesn't Like Guns / int_9db1766a
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Doomed Hometown / int_9db1766a
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Double Jump / int_9db1766a
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Dragon-in-Chief / int_9db1766a
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Dramatic Necklace Removal / int_9db1766a
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Drinking Contest / int_9db1766a
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Dungeon Shop / int_9db1766a
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Dynamic Entry / int_9db1766a
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Easy-Mode Mockery / int_9db1766a
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Elevator Action Sequence / int_9db1766a
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11th-Hour Superpower / int_9db1766a
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Elite Mooks / int_9db1766a
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Empathic Weapon / int_9db1766a
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End Game Results Screen / int_9db1766a
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Enemy Without / int_9db1766a
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Energy Ball / int_9db1766a
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Energy Bow / int_9db1766a
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Escapist Character / int_9db1766a
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Essence Drop / int_9db1766a
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Estrogen Brigade / int_9db1766a
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Et Tu, Brute? / int_9db1766a
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Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas / int_9db1766a
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Every Episode Ending / int_9db1766a
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Everyone Loves Blondes / int_9db1766a
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Everything Fades / int_9db1766a
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Evil Is Hammy / int_9db1766a
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Evil Is Sexy / int_9db1766a
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Evil Tower of Ominousness / int_9db1766a
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Evil Twin / int_9db1766a
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Experienced Protagonist / int_9db1766a
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Eyes Do Not Belong There / int_9db1766a
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Fallen Angel / int_9db1766a
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Fanservice Pack / int_9db1766a
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Fantastic Light Source / int_9db1766a
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Fashionable Asymmetry / int_9db1766a
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Fauns and Satyrs / int_9db1766a
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Faustian Rebellion / int_9db1766a
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Faux Symbolism / int_9db1766a
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Feather Motif / int_9db1766a
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Fetch Quest / int_9db1766a
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Fight Magnet / int_9db1766a
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Fighting with Chucks / int_9db1766a
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Final Boss, New Dimension / int_9db1766a
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Final Boss Preview / int_9db1766a
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Finger-Twitching Revival / int_9db1766a
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Finishing Move / int_9db1766a
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Fire and Brimstone Hell / int_9db1766a
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Fire, Ice, Lightning / int_9db1766a
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Firing One-Handed / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fixed Camera / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flaming Sword / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flash Step / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flechette Storm / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flipping the Bird / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Floating Platforms / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flynning / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Foe-Tossing Charge / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Follow the Plotted Line / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
For Doom the Bell Tolls / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Force and Finesse / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fourth Wall Psych / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Friendly Fandoms / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Funny Character, Boring Actor / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Game-Breaking Bug / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gangsta Style / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gate Guardian / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gathering Steam / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Generation Xerox / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Generic Doomsday Villain / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
George Lucas Altered Version / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Giant Spider / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Girl of the Week / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Girl with Psycho Weapon / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Girls with Guns / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Glowing Eyes of Doom / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Good Hair, Evil Hair / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Good Thing You Can Heal / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gothic Punk / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Grapple Move / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Grappling-Hook Pistol / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gratuitous Italian / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gratuitous Spanish / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Grenade Launcher / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ground Punch / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guest Fighter / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guilt-Based Gaming / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gun Fu / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gun Twirling / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guns Akimbo / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guns Are Worthless / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hair Color Spoiler / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hair Flip / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Half-Breed Angst / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Half the Man He Used to Be / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ham-to-Ham Combat / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hand Cannon / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Handguns / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Harder Than Hard / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Harpoon Gun / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hates Their Parent / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Haunted Castle / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Haunted Technology / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Heads or Tails? / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Healing Factor / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hearing Voices / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Heart Container / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hell-Fire / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hellhound / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hellish Horse / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hero of Another Story / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Heroes Prefer Swords / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
He's Just Hiding! / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hiding Behind Religion / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
High-Class Glass / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
His Story Repeats Itself / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Holy Burns Evil / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Holy Halo / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Holy Water / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hot Blade / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
How We Got Here / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Human Mom, Non-Human Dad / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Humans Need Aliens / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hunk / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hunter of His Own Kind / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hyperspace Arsenal / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Call It / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Can Still Fight! / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Know Your True Name / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Let You Win / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Shall Taunt You / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Iaijutsu Practitioner / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Iconic Outfit / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Character / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Icy Blue Eyes / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Identical Stranger / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Identical Twin ID Tag / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Idiosyncratic Difficulty Levels / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Idle Animation / int_9db1766a
 IllichGuardiola
seeAlso
Devil May Cry (Video Game)
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Immune to Bullets / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Impaled Palm / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Impending Clash Shot / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Imperfect Ritual / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Implacable Man / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Implausible Boarding Skills / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Impossibly Cool Clothes / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
In Case of Boss Fight, Break Glass / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Indy Escape / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Infinite Flashlight / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Inopportune Voice Cracking / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Instant Expert / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Instrument of Murder / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Intangibility / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Intentional Engrish for Funny / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Intercontinuity Crossover / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Item Get! / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
It's Easy, So It Sucks! / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Japanese Ranguage / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Jossed / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Juggle Fu / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Jumped at the Call / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Just Eat Him / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Just Following Orders / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
/ int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Just Toying with Them / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Katanas Are Just Better / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kill Enemies to Open / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kill One, Others Get Stronger / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kill Streak / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kiss of Death / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Knife Nut / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Knight in Sour Armor / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lag Cancel / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Large and in Charge / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Last Chance Hit Point / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Launcher Move / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Left Hanging / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Legacy Boss Battle / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Less Disturbing in Context / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Let's You and Him Fight / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Level in Reverse / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lightning/Fire Juxtaposition / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lip Lock / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Living Legend / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Living Shadow / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Living Structure Monster / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Load-Bearing Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Loads and Loads of Loading / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Long Dead Badass / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Long-Range Fighter / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lovecraft Lite / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lured into a Trap / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Macrogame / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Macross Missile Massacre / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Major Injury Underreaction / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Male Might, Female Finesse / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Man of Wealth and Taste / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Marathon Level / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Marionette Motion / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Master Swordsman / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Meet the New Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mêlée à Trois / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mellow Fellow / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Meme Acknowledgment / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Menacing Stroll / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mercy Invincibility / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mercy Mode / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mini-Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mini-Game Credits / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Minimalist Cast / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mirror Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Moe Greene Special / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Momma's Boy / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Money Dumb / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Money for Nothing / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Money Spider / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Monster Knight / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mook Debut Cutscene / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mook Horror Show / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Morph Weapon / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Moveset Clone / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Multi-Melee Master / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Multi-Platform / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Musical Assassin / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Muzzle Flashlight / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
My Real Daddy / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
My Species Doth Protest Too Much / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mystical White Hair / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mythology Upgrade / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Named After Somebody Famous / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Named Weapons / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nemesis Weapon / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nerves of Steel / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Never a Self-Made Woman / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Never Be Hurt Again / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Never Bring a Gun to a Knife Fight / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Never Bring a Knife to a Fist Fight / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Never Gets Fat / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
New Game+ / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Dub for You / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Hugging, No Kissing / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Range Like Point-Blank Range / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Shirt, Long Jacket / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Noblewoman's Laugh / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nonchalant Dodge / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nostalgic Musicbox / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Not Distracted by the Sexy / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Not So Stoic / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Obligatory Swearing / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Occult Blue Eyes / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Odd Friendship / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Oddly Named Sequel 2: Electric Boogaloo / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Oddly Shaped Sword / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Oedipus Complex / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Offhand Backhand / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Older Alter Ego / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Older and Wiser / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ominous Pipe Organ / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Once Is Not Enough / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Once per Episode / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Handed Zweihänder / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Hit Point Wonder / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Liner, Name... One-Liner / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
One to Million to One / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
One True Threesome / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Only One Name / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Only Smart People May Pass / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Opening Monologue / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Opposites Theme Naming / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Orgasmic Combat / int_9db1766a
 OtherwordlyAndSexuallyAmbiguous
seeAlso
Devil May Cry (Video Game)
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Otherworldly and Sexually Ambiguous / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Gargoyles Rock / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Hero Is Dead / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Palm Bloodletting / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pandering to the Base / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Parents Know Their Children / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Parrying Bullets / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Patrick Stewart Speech / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Peek-a-Bangs / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Percussive Maintenance / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Perpetual Poverty / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pinball Projectile / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Platonic Life-Partners / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Please Don't Leave Me / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Plot-Demanded Manual Mode / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Polar Opposite Twins / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Polished Port / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pop-Star Composer / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Portal Picture / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Possession Implies Mastery / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Post-Modern Magik / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Gives You Wings / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Makes Your Voice Deep / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power-Upgrading Deformation / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power-up Full Color Change / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Practical Taunt / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Predecessor Villain / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pretty Freeloaders / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pretty Little Headshots / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Primal Fear / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Promoted to Playable / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Protagonist-Centered Morality / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Punch-Clock Hero / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Quip to Black / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rail Shooter / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rated M for Manly / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rated M for Money / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Razor-Sharp Hand / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Razor Wind / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reaching Towards the Audience / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rebel Leader / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rebellious Spirit / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recoil Boost / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recurring Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recycled Title / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Red Is Heroic / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reforged Blade / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reforged into a Minion / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Refrain from Assuming / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Regenerating Health / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rejected Apology / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Repeat Cut / int_9db1766a
 ReubenLangdon
seeAlso
Devil May Cry (Video Game)
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reverse Grip / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Revolvers Are Just Better / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Riddle of the Sphinx / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Riding the Bomb / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Right Makes Might / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ring-Out Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rival Final Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Roboteching / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rocket Jump / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rocket-Powered Weapon / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rocket-Tag Gameplay / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ruder and Cruder / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rule of Cool / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sad Clown / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sadly Mythtaken / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sand in My Eyes / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sarcastic Clapping / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Satan / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Satellite Love Interest / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sawed-Off Shotgun / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scary Shiny Glasses / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scenery as You Go / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scenery Censor / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scrappy Mechanic / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scratch Damage / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Screw the Money, I Have Rules! / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sculpted Physique / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sean Connery Is About to Shoot You / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Second Hour Superpower / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Self-Made Orphan / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sequel Difficulty Drop / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sequel Difficulty Spike / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sequel Escalation / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Serkis Folk / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sex Is Violence / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sexy Walk / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shadow Archetype / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shadow Discretion Shot / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shaping Your Attacks / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shared Unusual Trait / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
She-Fu / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sheath Strike / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shield-Bearing Mook / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shielded Core Boss / int_9db1766a
 ShinjiMikami
seeAlso
Devil May Cry (Video Game)
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shoot the Bullet / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Short-Range Shotgun / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shoryuken / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shout-Out Theme Naming / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Showy Invincible Hero / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sibling Rivalry / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sibling Seniority Squabble / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sibling Yin-Yang / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Signature Line / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Signature Move / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Signature Song / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Silence, You Fool! / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sinister Minister / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sinister Scythe / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sins of Our Fathers / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Skyward Scream / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sliding Scale of Gameplay and Story Integration / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Slow-Paced Beginning / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Small Girl, Big Gun / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Smashing Hallway Traps of Doom / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Smoking Barrel Blowout / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Smoking Is Cool / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Smoking Is Not Cool / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Smug Super / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Snakes Are Sexy / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Solve the Soup Cans / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Some Dexterity Required / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sophomore Slump / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sore Loser / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spam Attack / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sparkling Stream of Tears / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Speak of the Devil / int_9db1766a
 Spectacle Fighter
seeAlso
Devil May Cry (Video Game)
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spiders Are Scary / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spin Attack / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spin to Deflect Stuff / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spontaneous Weapon Creation / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sprint Shoes / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stab the Scorpion / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stalked by the Bell / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stance System / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Standard Power-Up Pose / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Star Trek Movie Curse / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stepping-Stone Sword / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stepping Stones in the Sky / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sticks to the Back / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Storm of Blades / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Story Overwrite / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Strong and Skilled / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Strong as They Need to Be / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Strong Family Resemblance / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stronger Than They Look / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Subtitles Are Superfluous / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super Not-Drowning Skills / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super Reflexes / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super Smoke / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super Speed / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super Title 64 Advance / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Superhero Packing Heat / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Surprisingly Good English / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Surprisingly Super-Tough Thing / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Swipe Your Blade Off / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Swiss Army Weapon / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword and Fist / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword and Gun / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword Lines / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword of Plot Advancement / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword Pointing / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword Sparks / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sympathy for the Devil / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
/ int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Talking Weapon / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Taught by Experience / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Taunt Button / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tears of Blood / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Teased with Awesome / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Technician vs. Performer / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Teleport Spam / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tennis Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
That One Attack / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
That One Sidequest / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Alcoholic / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Battle Didn't Count / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Blade Always Lands Pointy End In / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Brute / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Coats Are Off / int_9db1766a
 TheDishwasher
seeAlso
Devil May Cry (Video Game)
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Gambler / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Goomba / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Gunslinger / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Heretic / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Law of Diminishing Defensive Effort / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Legions of Hell / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Magic Touch / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Many Deaths of You / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Musketeer / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Needless / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Pete Best / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Right Hand of Doom / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Shadow Knows / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Three Trials / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Tower / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The War Sequence / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Worf Barrage / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Worf Effect / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Theme Music Power-Up / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Theme Twin Naming / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
They Call Him / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Third Time's the Charm / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
This Cannot Be! / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
This Is Unforgivable! / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Those Were Only Their Scouts / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Three-Point Landing / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Three Strike Combo / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Threshold Guardians / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Throw the Sheath Away / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Throwing Your Shield Always Works / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Throwing Your Sword Always Works / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Thunderbird / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Time Stands Still / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Time to Unlock More True Potential / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
To Hell and Back / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
To the Pain / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Too Awesome to Use / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Too Many Belts / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Took a Level in Cynic / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tornado Move / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Translation Matchmaking / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Traumatic Superpower Awakening / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trippy Finale Syndrome / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trolling Creator / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tron Lines / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trope Codifier / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trope Overdosed / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
True Love's Kiss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Turns Red / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Twincest / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Two Halves Make a Plot / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Two-Headed Coin / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unbreakable Weapons / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Underestimating Badassery / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unexpected Gameplay Change / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unexpected Shmup Level / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unnecessary Makeover / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unorthodox Sheathing / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unskilled, but Strong / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unstoppable Force Meets Immovable Object / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Updated Re-release / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Urban Fantasy / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Utopia Justifies the Means / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Vengeance Denied / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Victoria's Secret Compartment / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Villain Forgot to Level Grind / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Visual Title Drop / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Voice of the Legion / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Voluntary Shapeshifting / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wake-Up Call Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Walking Shirtless Scene / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wall Jump / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wardrobe Wound / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Warm-Up Boss / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wave-Motion Gun / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Weapon Across the Shoulder / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Weird Currency / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Weird Moon / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Welcome to Hell / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
What the Hell Are You? / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
When She Smiles / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Whispering Ghosts / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
White Hair, Black Heart / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Who You Gonna Call? / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Win Back the Crowd / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Woman Scorned / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Womb Level / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Word of Saint Paul / int_cfed324a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
World of Badass / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
World of Buxom / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
World of Ham / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
World's Strongest Man / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wrestler in All of Us / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Yellow Lightning, Blue Lightning / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Yin-Yang Bomb / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Are Better Than You Think You Are / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Cannot Grasp the True Form / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Have Researched Breathing / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Remind Me of X / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Shouldn't Know This Already / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Will Not Evade Me / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Younger Than They Look / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Your Head A-Splode / int_9db1766a
 Video Game Edition Series (Roleplay)
seeAlso
Devil May Cry (Video Game)
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Problem with Licensed Games / Sugar Wiki / int_9db1766a
 DevilMayCry
sameAs
Devil May Cry (Video Game)
 DevilMayDance
seeAlso
Devil May Cry (Video Game)
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Genre Popularizer / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Not the Fall That Kills You / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Of Corsets Sexy / int_9db1766a
 Devil May Cry (Video Game)
hasFeature
Orichalcum / int_9db1766a