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19th Jul '16 6:30:18 AM Drope
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** ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' has Wet-Dry World, where it's possible to control the level's water... erm, level.
7th Jul '16 1:46:01 AM MyTimingIsOff
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These traits, combined with a heightened temptation to abuse CopyAndPasteEnvironments, make these kinds of levels highly receptive to becoming {{Scrappy Level}}s, especially if they are {{Marathon Level}}s.

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These traits, combined with a heightened temptation to abuse CopyAndPasteEnvironments, make these kinds of levels highly receptive to becoming {{Scrappy Level}}s, ThatOneLevel, especially if they are {{Marathon Level}}s.
20th Jun '16 11:47:41 AM REV6Pilot
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These traits, combined with a heightened temptation to abuse CopyAndPasteEnvironments, make these kinds of levels highly receptive to becoming ThatOneLevel, especially if they are {{Marathon Level}}s.

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These traits, combined with a heightened temptation to abuse CopyAndPasteEnvironments, make these kinds of levels highly receptive to becoming ThatOneLevel, {{Scrappy Level}}s, especially if they are {{Marathon Level}}s.



* The water treatment plant (Interval 3) and part of Interval 5 in ''[[VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon F.E.A.R.]]''. One of the first levels in the ''Perseus Mandate'' standalone ExpansionPack takes place in a storm drain system a la DownLADrain.
* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'' and ''Blood II'' from the same developers as ''F.E.A.R.'' both also have sewer levels, both at near-opposite ends of their respective games - the first game waited until the third episode (of four), while the second game shoved you into one in the fifth level. ''Blood II'''s is also [[MarathonLevel annoyingly long]].
** ''Blood'' also has several times when you have to dive in a more primitive outhouse pit. One such pit features an entrance to FireAndBrimstoneHell you must pass through to get to Tchernobog.

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* The water treatment plant (Interval 3) and part of Interval 5 in ''[[VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon F.E.A.R.]]''. One of the first levels in the ''Perseus Mandate'' standalone ExpansionPack takes place in a storm drain system a la DownLADrain.
* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}''
DownLADrain. Interestingly, they're not considered low points in the games, thanks to a combination of memorable scary setpieces and ''Blood II'' good firefights.
* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'',
from the same developers as ''F.E.A.R.'' both also have sewer levels, both at near-opposite ends of their respective games - the '':
** The
first game waited until the third episode (of four), while the second game shoved you into one in the fifth level. ''Blood II'''s is also [[MarathonLevel annoyingly long]].
** ''Blood''
four) to have a dedicated sewer level, though it also has several times when you have to dive in a more primitive outhouse pit. pits. One such pit [[{{Squick}} connects to the aquifer leading to the lake]] and features an entrance to the FireAndBrimstoneHell you must pass through to get to Tchernobog.Tchernobog.
** ''Blood II'', on the other Choking Hand, shoves you into one right in the fifth level of episode 1 (Steam Tunnels), which is [[MarathonLevel an annoyingly long]] but not extremely difficult area. The third level of episode 2 (Sewage Treatment Plant) is mercifully a lot shorter, but also quite a bit harder.
20th Jun '16 6:27:23 AM REV6Pilot
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** The Suicide Blitz [[GameMod custom campaign]] takes its sweet time taking the player through Fort Harris County's sewer system. A lot less time is spent in it in its sequel, Suicide Blitz 2.



* The water treatment plant (Interval 3) and part of Interval 5 in ''[[VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon FEAR]]'', as well as one of the first levels in its expansion pack Perseus Mandate.
* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'' and ''Blood II'' from the same developers as ''FEAR'' both also have sewer levels, both at near-opposite ends of their respective games - the first game waited until the third episode (of four), while the second game shoved you into one after about three levels.

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* The water treatment plant (Interval 3) and part of Interval 5 in ''[[VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon FEAR]]'', as well as one F.E.A.R.]]''. One of the first levels in its expansion pack Perseus Mandate.
the ''Perseus Mandate'' standalone ExpansionPack takes place in a storm drain system a la DownLADrain.
* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'' and ''Blood II'' from the same developers as ''FEAR'' ''F.E.A.R.'' both also have sewer levels, both at near-opposite ends of their respective games - the first game waited until the third episode (of four), while the second game shoved you into one after about three levels.in the fifth level. ''Blood II'''s is also [[MarathonLevel annoyingly long]].
28th May '16 9:40:45 PM nombretomado
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* The Spider-Man game for the PS1 and PC had Venom's lair be in the sewer (with lava in What If mode).

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* The Spider-Man game for the PS1 [=PS1=] and PC had Venom's lair be in the sewer (with lava in What If mode).
8th May '16 4:25:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* The climactic chase in ''TheThirdMan'' takes place in the AbsurdlySpaciousSewer system of Vienna.

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* The climactic chase in ''TheThirdMan'' ''Film/TheThirdMan'' takes place in the AbsurdlySpaciousSewer system of Vienna.
4th Apr '16 7:20:47 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* "Browntown" in ''VideoGame/TheAngryVideoGameNerdAdventures II: [=ASSimilation=] is a very large sewer where, apparently, the Nerd is swimming not through water but through ''raw'' shit! He also finds himself facing electric kelp like the TMNT game on NES.

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* "Browntown" in ''VideoGame/TheAngryVideoGameNerdAdventures II: [=ASSimilation=] [=ASSimilation=]'' is a very large sewer where, apparently, the Nerd is swimming not through water but through ''raw'' shit! He also finds himself facing electric kelp like the TMNT game on NES.
4th Apr '16 7:20:22 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* "Browntown" in ''VideoGame/TheAngryVideoGameNerdAdventures 2 [=ASSimilation=] is a very large sewer where, apparently, the Nerd is swimming not through water but through ''raw'' shit! He also finds himself facing electric kelp like the TMNT game on NES.

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* "Browntown" in ''VideoGame/TheAngryVideoGameNerdAdventures 2 II: [=ASSimilation=] is a very large sewer where, apparently, the Nerd is swimming not through water but through ''raw'' shit! He also finds himself facing electric kelp like the TMNT game on NES.



* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'' takes you into the Castelia City Sewers,complete with Grimer,Rattata and [[GoddamnBats Goddamn Zubats]]. At least if you find the small aboveground abandoned lot area, you get a shot at wild Eevee for the first time in history (not counting Gen IV's trophy garden).

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* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'' takes you into the Castelia City Sewers,complete with Grimer,Rattata and [[GoddamnBats Goddamn Zubats]]. At least if you find the small aboveground above ground abandoned lot area, you get a shot at wild Eevee for the first time in history (not counting Gen IV's trophy garden).
4th Apr '16 7:19:29 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* "Browntown" in ''VideoGame/TheAngryVideoGameNerdAdventures 2 [=ASSimilation=] is a very large sewer where, apparently, the Nerd is swimming not through water but through ''raw'' shit! He also finds himself facing electric kelp like the TMNT game on NES.
11th Mar '16 6:27:50 AM TheWanderer
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* ''Film/{{Cyborg}}'' has a sewer scene where the water comes up to the characters' thighs. Try not to think about what could possibly be floating around in there it too much.

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* ''Film/{{Cyborg}}'' has a sewer scene where the water comes up to the characters' thighs. Try thighs, and at one point an unconscious character has to bet set down in a place where her head is just barely above water. Just try not to think about what could possibly be floating around in there it too much.
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