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21st May '17 6:15:58 AM MurlocAggroB
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** Update 2.0 reworked the leveling system ''again'', instead making the default recolours base choices and giving you a Loot Chest with a few random items every time you level a Hero. Every ten levels, you even get a Hero Loot Chest, which is guaranteed to contain one item for that character. The Loot Chests usually contain cosmetic skins, making the trope still apply.
19th Apr '17 11:20:20 AM BeerBaron
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*** One of the [[DudeWheresMyReward few rewards offered]] by Skink-in-Tree's-Shade for completing his Mages Guild quests is an unenchanted sapphire amulet. (It is at least unique and comes with a higher potential for enchantment (60) than the standard one (40).)
17th Apr '17 12:04:16 PM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/TheWitness'': [[spoiler: Completing the Challenge nets the player the final hexagonal puzzle for the projection room, which unlocks a ''58-minute lecture'' on batteries, Shakespeare, and the concept of awe. Over a video of a ''solar eclipse.'' Which is part of an environmental puzzle. And you thought the cloud in ''VideoGame/{{Braid}}'' was bad....]]
15th Apr '17 7:59:50 PM SSgt_LuLZ
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* ''VideoGame/DayOfInfamy'' is a WWII indie shooter that has a progression system which slowly unlocks different outfits of army units that participated in the battles depicted in the game. Some skins are minor adjustments like patches and insignia but some rarer skins actually include new voices or looks. For example, the US Army's [[TokenMinority 92nd Infantry Division]] or the Commonwealth's [[UsefulNotes/KiplingsFinest 12th Frontier Regiment]].
12th Apr '17 9:29:48 AM BeerBaron
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*** After Caius Cosades is finished giving you quests for the Blades, before departing back to Cyrodiil, he gives you his enchanted clothing. Yes, apparently he did own a shirt, but doesn't wear it.
*** In an inversion, there is a piece of armor in the game that you ''shouldn't'' wear belonging to the policing force of the city Vivec.

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*** After Prior to [[spoiler:being recalled to the Imperial City]], [[TheSpymaster Caius Cosades is finished giving you quests for Cosades]] will gift [[PlayerCharacter the Blades, before departing back to Cyrodiil, he gives you his Nerevarine]] a set of enchanted clothing. Yes, (Yes, apparently he did does own a shirt, [[WalkingShirtlessScene but doesn't wear it.
it]].)
*** In an inversion, there is a piece set of armor in the game that you ''shouldn't'' wear belonging to wear. Specifically, the policing force Indoril armor of the city Vivec.[[ChurchPolice Ordinators]]. They consider it sacred, and wearing it will cause them to attack you on sight.



*** The game gives you a clothes reward for rescuing someone who might just be the avatar of a local deity. Like many other free garb it has relatively weak enchantments on it, so this is not as phony as it sounds. (?)
*** There's one quest that involves setting a group of ghosts to rest. Each ghost rewards you with a unique piece of equipment. In a sort of {{Deconstruction}}, one of these unique items is... [[spoiler:a pair of soiled trousers]].
*** Many Imperial Cult quests give you enchanted clothes. Some of them are actually useful.

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*** The game gives In the Imperial Cult quest line, you a clothes reward for rescuing someone who might just be have the avatar of a local deity. Like many opportunity to rescue two captives (one captured by bandits, the other free garb by Daedra). If you rescue them, they offer you items of enchanted clothing as a reward. [[spoiler:As it has relatively weak enchantments on it, so this is not as phony as it sounds. (?)
turns out, they are [[GodInHumanForm manifestations]] of two of the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Divines]] and the items actually have useful enchantments.)
*** There's During one quest that involves setting a group part of the main quest, you meet the ghosts to rest. Each of several Dunmer who believed they were the Nerevarine but failed the trials and perished. If talked to, each ghost rewards you with a unique piece of equipment. In a sort of {{Deconstruction}}, one of these unique items is... [[spoiler:a pair of soiled trousers]].
*** Many Imperial Cult quests give you enchanted clothes. Some of them are actually useful.
trousers]].
4th Apr '17 10:22:39 PM BURGINABC
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* ''VideoGame/{{Brink}}'' does this to the [=Nth=] degree, to the point that specific enemy and friendly players are recognizable immediately on first glance.
31st Mar '17 4:29:52 PM WillyFourEyes
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* In ''VideoGame/UltionusATaleOfPettyRevenge'', if Serena successfully reunites with her RobotBuddy Balzac by rescuing him in every stage, her {{Stripperiffic}} two-piece bikini is replaced with a much more flattering LatexSpaceSuit.
26th Mar '17 3:18:57 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''Bubble Symphony'' aka ''VideoGame/BubbleBobble II'': gives a code after getting the Golden Ending -- in [[NewGamePlus Super Mode]], [[GottaCatchThemAll getting all plot coupons]] (some of which turn the characters into humans) and then defeating the TrueFinalBoss -- that lets the player '''start the game''' as [[HumansAreSpecial humans]] instead of [[InvoluntaryTransformation bubble dragons]]. Unfortunately, [[OneHitPointWonder wind-up toys can still kill them.]] Good thing [[ImprobableWeaponUser they have straws to blow their bubbles through]]. Bub and Bob's human form animations (also as seen in the AttractMode cutscene) are [[ShoutOut very similar]] to their appearances in an earlier game, ''Rainbow Islands''.
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* ''Bubble Symphony'' aka ''VideoGame/BubbleBobble II'': gives a code after getting the Golden Ending -- in [[NewGamePlus Super Mode]], [[GottaCatchThemAll getting all plot coupons]] (some of which turn the characters into humans) and then defeating the TrueFinalBoss -- that lets the player '''start the game''' as [[HumansAreSpecial humans]] instead of [[InvoluntaryTransformation bubble dragons]]. Unfortunately, [[OneHitPointWonder wind-up toys can still kill them.]] Good thing [[ImprobableWeaponUser they have straws to blow their bubbles through]]. Bub and Bob's human form animations (also as seen in the AttractMode cutscene) are [[ShoutOut very similar]] to their appearances in an earlier game, ''Rainbow Islands''.
1st Mar '17 3:57:43 AM Tightwire
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* Original ''VideoGame/TheSims1'' had a Superstar expansion pack. If you achieved a certain amount of fame, you would get a "High Fashion" outfit similar to the ones worn by the famous Sims [[MeaningfulName (the Sims whose last names are "Somebody")]].
** The Pets expansion pack for ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' featured various collars and fur patterns as unlockable rewards if your pet got a promotion.
** If you use the time machine in ''VideoGame/TheSims3'' one of the random bonuses you can pick up is a set of 'future clothes'. We'll all look like Tron characters in the future, apparently. You can also unlock a caveman outfit as well as medieval dresses for females and armor for males.
** In ''VideoGame/TheSimsMedieval'', unlocking enough achievements unlocks new clothes ''and'' new furniture.

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* Original ''VideoGame/TheSims1'' had a Superstar expansion pack. If you achieved a certain amount of fame, you would get a "High Fashion" outfit similar to the ones worn by the famous Sims [[MeaningfulName (the Sims whose last names Throughout ''Franchise/TheSims'' there are "Somebody")]].
** The Pets expansion pack for ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' featured various collars and fur patterns as unlockable rewards if your pet got
a promotion.
** If you use the time machine in ''VideoGame/TheSims3'' one
number of the random bonuses things you can pick up is a set of 'future clothes'. We'll all look like Tron characters in the future, apparently. You can also do to unlock a caveman outfit clothes as well as medieval dresses for females and armor for males.
** In ''VideoGame/TheSimsMedieval'', unlocking enough achievements unlocks new clothes ''and'' new furniture.
buying expansion packs, such as achievements, job promotions, trading, or just buying them at events.
29th Jan '17 6:14:46 AM GrammarNavi
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* The ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' games generally don't reward you directly with new skins. Instead, you accumulate various bits and pieces, such as skill points or titanium bolts. These generally have exactly one use: new skins[[note]] the other set is used for weapon upgrades when they are special bolts or [[BigHeadMode cheats]] when skill points[[/note]]. That said, Ratchet defeating half the game in a tuxedo is pretty badass.

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* The ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' ''Franchise/RatchetAndClank'' games generally don't reward you directly with new skins. Instead, you accumulate various bits and pieces, such as skill points or titanium bolts. These generally have exactly one use: new skins[[note]] the other set is used for weapon upgrades when they are special bolts or [[BigHeadMode cheats]] when skill points[[/note]]. That said, Ratchet defeating half the game in a tuxedo is pretty badass.
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