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21st Jun '18 5:52:29 PM TheFace
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--> Jasper: Now you must choose or buy a home for your new family. Or perhaps you'd like to simply buy another family.

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--> Jasper: '''Jasper:''' Now you must choose or buy a home for your new family. Or perhaps you'd like to simply buy another family.
21st Jun '18 5:51:22 PM TheFace
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* ''VideoGame/FableIII'', like the others in its series, is well-known for the drama you can cause when marrying more than one NPC. Your butler Jasper calls you out on the callousness of your actions as he prompts you through your second (or third, or fourth) simultanous marriage.
--> Jasper: Now you must choose or buy a home for your new family. Or perhaps you'd like to simply buy another family.
17th Jun '18 4:17:53 AM Foxyshadis
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* In the ChooseYourOwnAdventure ''Literature/CanYouSurviveTheZombieApocalypse'', you can be [[CrowningMomentOfFunny told to throw the book out the window, because you don't deserve it,]] or [[DownerEnding called an asshole and told to "have fun living with yourself".]]

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* In the ChooseYourOwnAdventure ''Literature/CanYouSurviveTheZombieApocalypse'', you can be [[CrowningMomentOfFunny told to throw the book out the window, because you don't deserve it,]] it, or [[DownerEnding called an asshole and told to "have fun living with yourself".]]
19th May '18 6:27:59 PM Yuihime
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** There's a unique "Brassican" component for Invention that can be found by dissembling cabbages. Its description text is: "Come on, are you even taking this seriously?!"
28th Apr '18 12:30:47 PM Calllack
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** Attempting to saddle a succubus yields "Shame on you!" and abuses your wisdom score.
** If you throw something upwards, it falls back on your head, which will cause damage unless you are wearing a helmet. If it kills you, the high score list will say that you were "killed by elementary physics".
** Similarly, mixing water and acit makes them explode, resulting in the message "killed by elementary chemistry".

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** Attempting to saddle a succubus [[HornyDevils succubus]] yields "Shame on you!" and abuses your wisdom score.
** If you throw something upwards, it falls back on your head, which will cause damage unless you are wearing a helmet. If it kills [[TooDumbToLive kills]] you, the high score list will say that you were "killed by elementary physics".
** Similarly, mixing water and acit acid makes them explode, resulting in the message "killed by elementary chemistry".
22nd Apr '18 4:30:52 PM Kotomikun
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** Killing your pet severely harms your alignment score, and may make your in-universe god angry with you. If you accomplish this by pushing your pet into water or a trap, "You feel guilty about losing your pet like this." ''Eating'' a dead dog or cat, even if it wasn't your pet, has the same penalty as cannibalism--monsters will become more aware of your presence, unless you're an orc or caveman--and gives the message "You feel that eating the [cat/dog] was a bad idea."
16th Apr '18 12:55:55 PM bitemytail
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** [[PlayedForLaughs Played with]] in ''[[TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]''; the Old Man at the start will initially shout at you for taking his food without asking, before dropping the act and kindly saying you can take as much as you like.

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** [[PlayedForLaughs Played with]] in ''[[TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]''; ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild''; the Old Man at the start will initially shout at you for taking his food without asking, before dropping the act and kindly saying you can take as much as you like.
9th Apr '18 8:43:29 PM nombretomado
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* In ''[[VideoGame/RedFaction Red Faction: Guerrilla]]'' the opening mission has the hero and his brother smashing up abandoned buildings for spare parts. If you kill the brother, instead of the standard "Mission failed" text the game over message reads "WTF? You killed your brother!"
** The original ''RedFaction'' had a guard wryly remark "Going for a swim Sir?" if the player hops into a fountain while in disguise.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/RedFaction Red Faction: Guerrilla]]'' ''VideoGame/RedFactionGuerrilla'' the opening mission has the hero and his brother smashing up abandoned buildings for spare parts. If you kill the brother, instead of the standard "Mission failed" text the game over message reads "WTF? You killed your brother!"
** The original ''RedFaction'' ''VideoGame/RedFaction'' had a guard wryly remark "Going for a swim Sir?" if the player hops into a fountain while in disguise.
17th Mar '18 10:30:27 PM AnotherGamer
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* ''VideoGame/BushidoBlade'': the first game's story mode has a Bushido code system in place; break the rules of Bushido by fighting dishonorably, and your playthrough will be brutally interrupted past a certain point, with a message berating you on your behavior. One of which is blunt and to-the-point, almost LeaningOnTheFourthWall: "Cowards can go no further."

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* ''VideoGame/BushidoBlade'': the first game's story mode has a Bushido code system in place; break the rules of Bushido by fighting dishonorably, dishonorably (such as throwing dirt or subweapons at your opponent, attacking them during their intro speech, attacking them from behind or attacking them when they're lying on the ground), and your playthrough will be brutally interrupted past a certain point, with a message berating you on your behavior. One of which is blunt and to-the-point, almost LeaningOnTheFourthWall: "Cowards can go no further."
10th Mar '18 9:47:38 AM nmn3r3
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* In the ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series, there's a recurring NPC named Whacka. You can whack him on the head to get a pretty good healing item. However, your ExpositionFairy will usually point out how rare a species a Whacka is. And if you keep whacking him, he'll eventually get more and more confused sounding, and then eventually he stops showing up, indicating that you may have actually killed him. "But you'd never do that, right Mario?" Even more heartbreaking in ''Super Paper Mario'', as there is a little girl who is friends with Whacka... and once she realizes that Whacka isn't coming back, she doesn't take it too well, [[DespairEventHorizon to say the least.]] The item description for the Whacka bump in that game is even tagged with "...How do you sleep at night?"

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* In the ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series, there's a recurring NPC named Whacka. You can whack him on the head to get a pretty good healing item. However, your ExpositionFairy will usually point out how rare a species a Whacka is. And if you keep whacking him, he'll eventually get more and more confused sounding, and then eventually he stops showing up, dissolves into coins, indicating that you may have actually killed him. "But you'd never do that, right Mario?" Even more heartbreaking in ''Super Paper Mario'', as there is a little girl who is friends with Whacka... and once she realizes that Whacka isn't coming back, she doesn't take it too well, [[DespairEventHorizon to say the least.]] The item description for the Whacka bump in that game is even tagged with "...How do you sleep at night?"
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