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'''Gora Graveyard''' is a place that marks the resting places of dead characters. It is located just east of [[Gora]] and lies in [[Gora Mansion]]'s courtyard. It is first seen in ''[[Power Master 1: A Strange Journey]]''.
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==''Power Master 1: A Strange Journey''==
 
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|location = [[Land of Moneo]]
 
|location = [[Land of Moneo]]
 
|connections = [[Gora]] (west), [[Gora Mansion]] (north)
 
|connections = [[Gora]] (west), [[Gora Mansion]] (north)
|appearances = [[Power Master 1: A Strange Journey|''PM1'']]
 
 
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'''Gora Graveyard''' is a place that marks the resting places of dead characters. It is located just east of [[Gora]] and lies in [[Gora Mansion]]'s courtyard. It is first seen in ''[[Power Master 1: A Strange Journey]]''.
 
  
==''Power Master 1: A Strange Journey''==
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Gora Graveyard consists of several graves and Gora Mansion, as well as a lone tree. Most of the characters shown on the tombstones are fictional or humorous, with most having names of the [[Alexander Bodine|creator's]] family and friends, including himself. [[Kyle]] and [[Merlina]]'s grave is also present, and even [[zeldawiki:Link|Link]] from the ''Zelda'' series (which in turn is a reference to the [[wikipedia:Final Fantasy (video game)|''Final Fantasy'']] game).
Most of the characters shown on the tombstones are fictional or humorous, with most having names of the [[Alexander Bodine|creator's]] family and friends, including [[Kyle]] and [[Merlina]] from ''[[Power Master 2: The Legend]]'', Alex himself, and even [[zeldawiki:Link|Link]] from the ''Zelda'' series (which in turn is a reference to the [[wikipedia:Final Fantasy (video game)|''Final Fantasy'']] game).
 
  
However, not every grave is a meant to be a humorous reference. Some, marked with flowers, are true dedications to people Alex knew or knew off who have died in reality. Isaac was a family friend, Connie was Alex's great-grandmother, Sarah was his dog, Maria was a family friend, and even [[wikipedia:Satoru Iwata|Satoru Iwata]], the then-president of [[wikipedia:Nintendo|Nintendo]]. As Iwata was a role model to Alex and was an inspiration to him, Alex's statement for this area is about him:
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However, not every grave is a meant to be a humorous reference. Some, marked with flowers, are dedications to people Alex knew or knew of who have actually died. Isaac was a family friend, Connie was Alex's great-grandmother, Sarah was his dog, and Maria was a family friend. [[wikipedia:Satoru Iwata|Satoru Iwata]], the then-president of [[wikipedia:Nintendo|Nintendo]], also has a dedication. As Iwata was a role model to Alex and was an inspiration to him, Alex's statement for this area is about him:
 
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|''It was really upsetting to many gamers when the president of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, passed away. This grave here is my way of honoring him. Let's keep his vision alive by making games that are fun to play, because that's what games are supposed to be: fun. I wished I had a chance to show him my game, but his work lives on in the hearts of many gamers and games. So, thank you, Iwata-san, for everything you've done for the world of video games! ...See you around.''
 
|''It was really upsetting to many gamers when the president of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, passed away. This grave here is my way of honoring him. Let's keep his vision alive by making games that are fun to play, because that's what games are supposed to be: fun. I wished I had a chance to show him my game, but his work lives on in the hearts of many gamers and games. So, thank you, Iwata-san, for everything you've done for the world of video games! ...See you around.''
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==Gallery==
 
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Gora Graveyard.png|Gora Graveyard in PM1
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Gora Graveyard.png|Gora Graveyard in ''Power Master 1''
Gora Graveyard Map.png|Gora Graveyard in PM1
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Gora Graveyard Map.png|Gora Graveyard in ''Power Master 1''
Gora Graveyard PM1 Concept.jpg|Concept of Gora Graveyard for PM1
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Gora Graveyard PM1 Concept.jpg|Concept of Gora Graveyard for ''Power Master 1''
 
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[[Category:Power Master 1 Areas]]
 
[[Category:Power Master 1 Areas]]

Revision as of 18:13, 14 June 2019

Gora Graveyard is a place that marks the resting places of dead characters. It is located just east of Gora and lies in Gora Mansion's courtyard. It is first seen in Power Master 1: A Strange Journey.

Power Master 1: A Strange Journey

Gora Graveyard
Gora Graveyard Map.png
Gora Graveyard in Power Master 1: A Strange Journey
Area Information
Residents
None
Enemies
None
Inn Rate
None
Greater Location
Land of Moneo
Connections
Gora (west), Gora Mansion (north)

Gora Graveyard consists of several graves and Gora Mansion, as well as a lone tree. Most of the characters shown on the tombstones are fictional or humorous, with most having names of the creator's family and friends, including himself. Kyle and Merlina's grave is also present, and even Link from the Zelda series (which in turn is a reference to the Final Fantasy game).

However, not every grave is a meant to be a humorous reference. Some, marked with flowers, are dedications to people Alex knew or knew of who have actually died. Isaac was a family friend, Connie was Alex's great-grandmother, Sarah was his dog, and Maria was a family friend. Satoru Iwata, the then-president of Nintendo, also has a dedication. As Iwata was a role model to Alex and was an inspiration to him, Alex's statement for this area is about him:

It was really upsetting to many gamers when the president of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, passed away. This grave here is my way of honoring him. Let's keep his vision alive by making games that are fun to play, because that's what games are supposed to be: fun. I wished I had a chance to show him my game, but his work lives on in the hearts of many gamers and games. So, thank you, Iwata-san, for everything you've done for the world of video games! ...See you around.

If the player is under the effects of Doppel's Dimension, Alex turns into Migue.

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