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9th May '16 4:26:07 AM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* The game's Game Over theme is titled "Stay In Your Coma" and consists of a small group of voices chanting the song's title. At first this just seems like a creepy song to fit with the game's theme but it's possible [[spoiler:the singers are ''literally'' begging The Batter to "stay in his coma" so he does not wake up and destroy the world.]]
8th Jan '16 8:48:54 AM Squirtle802
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** He locked himself in a safe room. It was a very effective safe room.
19th Dec '15 5:51:16 AM darkzonork
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* [[spoiler: If the last Elsen is still here because he was in a locked safe vault before the purification of Zone 2 then it implies the Elsens don't fall in the Nothingness when their Zone is purified but are killed by the Secretaries, wheter is it better or worse is up to you.]]
16th Oct '15 5:41:12 PM Cootling
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** [[spoiler: Considering that Queen apparently neglected both Hugo and the zones, the zone guardians were distracted by the happenings of their domains, and the Elsen seem to need instruction in order to do anything, maybe no one either remembered or bothered to better protect the switch. Alternatively, no one thought anyone would actually pull the switch, despite how awful the world became.
*** [[spoiler: A combination of the above could also work.]

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** [[spoiler: Considering that Queen apparently neglected both Hugo and the zones, the zone guardians were distracted by the happenings of their domains, and the Elsen seem to need instruction in order to do anything, maybe no one either remembered or bothered to better protect the switch. Alternatively, no one thought anyone would actually pull the switch, despite how awful the world became.
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became. A combination of the above could also work.]]]
16th Oct '15 5:40:00 PM Cootling
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* [[spoiler: You never encounter any secretaries within the vault, however. Perhaps secretaries can't open doors, and the Batter closed the door before any could get in.]]


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** [[spoiler: Considering that Queen apparently neglected both Hugo and the zones, the zone guardians were distracted by the happenings of their domains, and the Elsen seem to need instruction in order to do anything, maybe no one either remembered or bothered to better protect the switch. Alternatively, no one thought anyone would actually pull the switch, despite how awful the world became.
*** [[spoiler: A combination of the above could also work.]
11th Oct '15 1:20:20 PM Customer
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* In the normal ending, [[spoiler:the Judge is the final boss. However, he only ineffectually hits you for a pitiful amount of damage, and goes down about as easily as the first boss did. However, in the special ending, where the player is in control of the Judge, it's revealed that the cat actually has several ''very'' powerful skills, meaning it's possible to kill the Batter before he even gets a chance to fight back. So why didn't the Judge do this in the normal ending boss fight? Because, despite calling out the Batter and the player for causing the cessation of life in the zones and attempting to make a final stand, he had regarded them as friends, and thus couldn't bring himself to put everything he's got into killing the Batter. It takes the player [[TheAtoner also agreeing to stand with the Judge]] to motivate him enough to give it his all, allowing access to his full set of skills and putting an end to the Batter once and for all.]]
22nd Feb '15 9:37:18 AM Wymar
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* How come the Elsen in [[spoiler: purified]] Zone 2 isn't dead?

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* How come the Elsen in [[spoiler: purified]] Zone 2 isn't dead?dead?
* Why would something build [[spoiler: a switch that has the ability to end all existence]] and leave it unguarded? Enoch had the key to the Room, and the Queen was there, but as we can assume from the Room's general layout it's [[spoiler: the entry room, a hallway, a room with a smaller room in it, a slightly shorter hallway, and then the room with the switch]]. For everyone's sake the Batter could've easily just [[spoiler: pulled the switch]], there isn't even a glass case protecting it!
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21st Jan '15 6:48:23 PM MightyGarchomp
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* In Zone 2 you can meet an Elsen who is freaking out because somebody locked him out of a safe house. Later, [[spoiler: after purifying Zone 2]], you come back to the safe house and [[spoiler: unlock it to get one of the objects needed to get either the Ashley Bat or the Aries Card, finding the last Elsen in the game (who was also the one who locked himself inside the safe house during the timed mission)]]. Doesn't seem that bad until you realize [[spoiler: the reason he was safe is because he locked himself in there, and assuming the Secretaries can't go through solid objects he could have stayed in the safe house until the Judge came to Zone 2 (if you picked the Special ending)]]. So, to sum up, you [[spoiler: broke into a bunker, stole everything you could from it, left the door unlocked, and left the last Elsen in the universe at the mercy of the Secretaries right outside his door]]. "[[{{Nice Job Breaking it Hero}} Oops]]" [[{{Understatement}} doesn't even begin to describe it]].

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* In Zone 2 you can meet an Elsen who is freaking out because somebody locked him out of a safe house. Later, [[spoiler: after purifying Zone 2]], you come back to the safe house and [[spoiler: unlock it to get one of the objects needed to get either the Ashley Bat or the Aries Card, finding the last Elsen in the game (who was also the one who locked himself inside the safe house during the timed mission)]]. Doesn't seem that bad until you realize [[spoiler: the reason he was safe is because he locked himself in there, and assuming the Secretaries can't go through solid objects he could have stayed in the safe house until the Judge came to Zone 2 (if you picked the Special ending)]]. So, to sum up, you [[spoiler: broke into a bunker, stole everything you could from it, left the door unlocked, and left the last Elsen in the universe at the mercy of the Secretaries right outside his door]]. "[[{{Nice Job Breaking it Hero}} Oops]]" [[{{Understatement}} doesn't even begin to describe it]].it]].

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* How come the Elsen in [[spoiler: purified]] Zone 2 isn't dead?
16th Jan '15 11:55:07 AM Eon-the-Dragon
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* Zone 3's purpose is to produce sugar and export it to the other zones, so life for them is bearable. Except... [[spoiler:by the time you've gotten to Zone 3, the other two zones are already gone and the Elsen in Zone 3 are either just going to end up dying and being turned into sugar anyway, or are addicted to sugar beyond the point of ever recovering meaning that the entire factory of Vesper is now essentially a functionless and pointless economy that creates death simply to fuel those who are creating death, all just filling up the fortress that keeps Enoch safe from the spectres.]] Yeah.

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* Zone 3's purpose is to produce sugar and export it to the other zones, so life for them is bearable. Except... [[spoiler:by the time you've gotten to Zone 3, the other two zones are already gone and the Elsen in Zone 3 are either just going to end up dying and being turned into sugar anyway, or are addicted to sugar beyond the point of ever recovering meaning that the entire factory of Vesper is now essentially a functionless and pointless economy that creates death simply to fuel those who are creating death, all just filling up the fortress that keeps Enoch safe from the spectres.]] Yeah.Yeah.
* In Zone 2 you can meet an Elsen who is freaking out because somebody locked him out of a safe house. Later, [[spoiler: after purifying Zone 2]], you come back to the safe house and [[spoiler: unlock it to get one of the objects needed to get either the Ashley Bat or the Aries Card, finding the last Elsen in the game (who was also the one who locked himself inside the safe house during the timed mission)]]. Doesn't seem that bad until you realize [[spoiler: the reason he was safe is because he locked himself in there, and assuming the Secretaries can't go through solid objects he could have stayed in the safe house until the Judge came to Zone 2 (if you picked the Special ending)]]. So, to sum up, you [[spoiler: broke into a bunker, stole everything you could from it, left the door unlocked, and left the last Elsen in the universe at the mercy of the Secretaries right outside his door]]. "[[{{Nice Job Breaking it Hero}} Oops]]" [[{{Understatement}} doesn't even begin to describe it]].
16th Dec '14 8:27:01 PM Leetroper
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** Which would also explain why the Elsen were so easily fooled by his tie.
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