History Roleplay / AtherCity

17th Sep '15 5:07:19 PM nombretomado
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* FromASingleCell: Phaeus "Shade" Eclipsion boasted this ''after'' getting the exact same RasputinianDeath as his grandfather Eclipsis. [[DeaderThanDead His soul was then]] subjected to the [[{{Darkseid}} Omega Sanction]], [[AndIMustScream forced to reincarnate through an infinite number of painful lives]], [[FateWorseThanDeath each one more torturous than the last.]]
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* FromASingleCell: Phaeus "Shade" Eclipsion boasted this ''after'' getting the exact same RasputinianDeath as his grandfather Eclipsis. [[DeaderThanDead His soul was then]] subjected to the [[{{Darkseid}} [[{{ComicBook/Darkseid}} Omega Sanction]], [[AndIMustScream forced to reincarnate through an infinite number of painful lives]], [[FateWorseThanDeath each one more torturous than the last.]]
23rd Mar '15 10:43:06 PM jormis29
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* AppliedPhlebotinum / {{Unobtainium}}: So far, brimstone (hellish substance which secretes incredibly deadly venom, is horrifically radioactive, superheated, and virtually indestructible), orichalcum (absorbs energy and substance traits upon contact, excluding those of brimstone, which can then be used to great effect), luciferite (a metal that directly opposes brimstone, is virtually indestructible, and is saturated with a form of energy apparently only usable by a select few) and bloodsteel (corrupts other substances to turn them into more bloodsteel, and violently repels orichalcum).
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* AppliedPhlebotinum / {{Unobtainium}}: So far, brimstone (hellish substance which secretes incredibly deadly venom, is horrifically radioactive, superheated, and virtually indestructible), orichalcum {{Orichalcum}} (absorbs energy and substance traits upon contact, excluding those of brimstone, which can then be used to great effect), luciferite (a metal that directly opposes brimstone, is virtually indestructible, and is saturated with a form of energy apparently only usable by a select few) and bloodsteel (corrupts other substances to turn them into more bloodsteel, and violently repels orichalcum).
25th Jan '15 10:17:24 PM CathariSarad
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Finished ZCE cleanup and shifted artistic license upward. Commented out some entries where the bullet indentation was wonky.
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** ''...unless'' the character in question has earned their PlotArmor back with good character development and activity. *** Also, Andrus is no longer the main protagonist. It's whoever manages to kill Lucius now.

*** And adamantium, although considering that its only notable effect - that of nigh-invulnerability - is replicated in a minimum of two of the other substances in this list, it still comes out bottom in all of them. ** Notably, these are all metals.
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*** %%*** And adamantium, although considering that its only notable effect - that of nigh-invulnerability - is replicated in a minimum of two of the other substances in this list, it still comes out bottom in all of them. ** Notably, these are all metals.

*** And adamantium, although considering that its only notable effect - that of nigh-invulnerability - is replicated in a minimum of two * ArtisticLicensePhysics: Averted by Solaris' lightbending ability, which conforms to real physics as part of the other substances in-game power limitation agreement that everyone has. Played straight with Dominic's teleportation in this list, the first game, as he apparently ignores gravity for a fair while after teleportation, and can seemingly control whether excess momentum is carried over between teleports or not. %%** ArtisticLicense would be argued, but only because YouFailReadingForever doesn't exist. In the first game his teleportation was always conforming to the direction of his current movement. It is only in the sequel that it changes, allowing Dominic to move through the void in-between the Realms whenever he teleports, resetting his momentum if he wishes. %%*** He still comes out bottom seems to ignore gravity at will, as he never crashes into the ground at high velocity after dragging opponents into the sky in all of them. ** Notably, these are all metals.the original. [[JustifiedTrope He can apparently levitate in the sequel due to god powers, though.]]

*** And adamantium, although considering that its only notable effect - that ** Averted in the original, where Ancalagon, the Dragon of nigh-invulnerability - is replicated Hell, played an important part in a minimum of two displaying the might of the other substances in this list, it still comes out bottom in all of them. ** Notably, these are all metals.antagonist. Said battle also armed the main party: Dominic acquiring his dragon fang sword; Victor, his dragon scale shield.

** Averted in the original, where Ancalagon, the Dragon of Hell, played an important part in displaying the might of the antagonist. Said battle also armed the main party: Dominic acquiring his dragon fang sword; Victor, his dragon scale shield.

* MinorInsultOverreaction: At being spat on [[BerserkButton and called Tentacles]] one time too many, Void begins stripping Rick's mother as though to rape her. ** His potential for doing so is quickly disproved, however; he flatout states afterwards that he never intended to actually rape her, merely using his actions as a method of getting information as to what had occurred to her when she was younger to make her so paranoid/psychopathic. Which, both incidentally and unfortunately for Void, was being raped by someone. *** ...and it then turns out that she wasn't actually raped at all; she just pretended to have been to hide a massive anger spike.

* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Here's a few things Dominic has managed so far:
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* %%* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Here's a few things Dominic has managed so far:

** Possess Matthew's body, which is mechanical and should not be able to contain a soul;
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** %%** Possess Matthew's body, which is mechanical and should not be able to contain a soul;

** Learn how to flash-step after fighting Chaos for a couple of minutes;
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** %%** Learn how to flash-step after fighting Chaos for a couple of minutes;

** Learn and master the Mindscape spell (which WordOfGod states only Nick can do without training) after talking to Nick for a few minutes;
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** %%** Learn and master the Mindscape spell (which WordOfGod states only Nick can do without training) after talking to Nick for a few minutes;

** Destroy a person and absorb both their bodily mass and their soul; ** Expand his own soul to cover ''the entire planet.''
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** %%** Destroy a person and absorb both their bodily mass and their soul; ** %%** Expand his own soul to cover ''the entire planet.''

*** Presumably, therefore, the link between them would, too.

* OneSteveLimit: Averted big time. There are a lot of Michaels running around.
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* %%* OneSteveLimit: Averted big time. There are a lot of Michaels running around.

** And two Sarahs. One is Rick's now-dead mother, the other is Nick's nigh-immortal necromancer assistant.
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** %%** And two Sarahs. One is Rick's now-dead mother, the other is Nick's nigh-immortal necromancer assistant.

** The name Argus is shared by both the mutant Void meets at the start of TWA, and Nick's AI system. Distinguished by the way their names are capitalised - Argus the mutant to ARGUS the AI.
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** %%** The name Argus is shared by both the mutant Void meets at the start of TWA, and Nick's AI system. Distinguished by the way their names are capitalised - Argus the mutant to ARGUS the AI.

* Stealth Pun: Most of Nick's weapons are giant key(e)s.
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* Stealth Pun: StealthPun: Most of Nick's weapons are giant key(e)s.

* WordOfGod: The players are the ones editing this page. * YouFailPhysicsForever: Averted by Solaris' lightbending ability, which conforms to real physics as part of the in-game power limitation agreement that everyone has. Played straight with Dominic's teleportation in the first game, as he apparently ignores gravity for a fair while after teleportation, and can seemingly control whether excess momentum is carried over between teleports or not. ** ArtisticLicense would be argued, but only because YouFailReadingForever doesn't exist. In the first game his teleportation was always conforming to the direction of his current movement. It is only in the sequel that it changes, allowing Dominic to move through the void in-between the Realms whenever he teleports, resetting his momentum if he wishes. *** He still seems to ignore gravity at will, as he never crashes into the ground at high velocity after dragging opponents into the sky in the original. [[JustifiedTrope He can apparently levitate in the sequel due to god powers, though.]] * ZombieApocalypse: After Sarah becomes Death.
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* %%* WordOfGod: The players are the ones editing this page. * YouFailPhysicsForever: Averted by Solaris' lightbending ability, which conforms to real physics as part of the in-game power limitation agreement that everyone has. Played straight with Dominic's teleportation in the first game, as he apparently ignores gravity for a fair while after teleportation, and can seemingly control whether excess momentum is carried over between teleports or not. ** ArtisticLicense would be argued, but only because YouFailReadingForever doesn't exist. In the first game his teleportation was always conforming to the direction of his current movement. It is only in the sequel that it changes, allowing Dominic to move through the void in-between the Realms whenever he teleports, resetting his momentum if he wishes. *** He still seems to ignore gravity at will, as he never crashes into the ground at high velocity after dragging opponents into the sky in the original. [[JustifiedTrope He can apparently levitate in the sequel due to god powers, though.]] * %%* ZombieApocalypse: After Sarah becomes Death.
25th Jan '15 10:01:31 PM CathariSarad
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* BerserkButton: Do NOT call Void 'Tentacles'. ** Technically, that applies more in the sequel than the original.
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* BerserkButton: Do NOT call Void 'Tentacles'. ** Technically, that applies more in the sequel than the original.'Tentacles'..

** TakeThat, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Sephiroth.]]

** Lucius has a shard of brimstone stored in his body, ready to be assimilated at any time. *** Said shard also apparently acts as a HellGate. In fact, Isis's upgrade seemed to have been obtained from this HellGate in the first place.
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** Lucius has a shard of brimstone stored in his body, ready to be assimilated at any time. *** time. Said shard also apparently acts as a HellGate. In fact, Isis's upgrade seemed to have been obtained from this HellGate in the first place.

* IFellForHours: A possibility, given Dominic's teleportation ability. Apparently, though, gravity only affects him when he wants it to. ** Justified since he can keep himself up with a variety of propulsion methods, none of which require his teleportation ability. *** ...in the sequel. Electricity alone does not count as a propulsion method.
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* %%* IFellForHours: A possibility, given Dominic's teleportation ability. Apparently, though, gravity only affects him when he wants it to. ** %%** Justified since he can keep himself up with a variety of propulsion methods, none of which require his teleportation ability. *** ...%%*** ...in the sequel. Electricity alone does not count as a propulsion method.

* LikeABadassOutOfHell: This is why Dominic is still alive after the timeskip. ** He's managed it twice, actually. *** Technically, Void also escaped from Hell after being thrown into the hellhole by War. * LittleMissBadass: Sarah, before the timeskip.
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* %%* LikeABadassOutOfHell: This is why Dominic is still alive after the timeskip. ** %%** He's managed it twice, actually. *** Technically, %%** Void also escaped from Hell after being thrown into the hellhole by War. * %%* LittleMissBadass: Sarah, before the timeskip.

* MadeOfIron: Pretty much everyone, but Matthew is a notable(and almost literal) example. * MagikarpPower: It has been explicitly stated that Connor is pretty much worthless in combat, but since he was exposed to magic recently, that might start to change eventually. ** It has. He's a white mage now. * MasterOfIllusion: Any Mindscape user can have some skill at this, but only Nick, Connor, and Lucius have been seen doing so.
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* %%* MadeOfIron: Pretty much everyone, but Matthew is a notable(and almost literal) example. * MagikarpPower: It has been explicitly stated that Connor is pretty much worthless in combat, but since he was exposed to magic recently, that might start to change eventually. ** It has. He's eventually. He later becomes a white mage now. * mage. %%* MasterOfIllusion: Any Mindscape user can have some skill at this, but only Nick, Connor, and Lucius have been seen doing so.

*** Lucinda's name is the same reference. She emits a weak glow.
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*** ** Lucinda's name is the same reference. She emits a weak glow.

*** His cousin Wu Ming has a similar pun in his name. "吴明" means "Wu Bright", but it has the same pronunciation as "无名", or "nameless" in Chinese. ** Arthur McQuietus's name consists of 'quietus', which means 'a state between life and death'. Considering how Arthur generally doesn't consider himself to be a human being, but a machine of destruction... *** His second form, Pictor Mortis, is Latin for 'Painter of Death'. His signature material is known as Paint. * MechaMooks: The ARGUS drones. * MessianicArchetype: Dominic, up to a certain point. * MindScrew: Happens to anyone on the receiving end of the Mindscape.
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*** ** His cousin Wu Ming has a similar pun in his name. "吴明" means "Wu Bright", but it has the same pronunciation as "无名", or "nameless" in Chinese. ** Arthur McQuietus's name consists of 'quietus', which means 'a state between life and death'. Considering how Arthur generally doesn't consider himself to be a human being, but a machine of destruction... *** destruction... His second form, Pictor Mortis, is Latin for 'Painter of Death'. His signature material is known as Paint. * %%* MechaMooks: The ARGUS drones. * %%* MessianicArchetype: Dominic, up to a certain point. * %%* MindScrew: Happens to anyone on the receiving end of the Mindscape.

* MorphWeapon: Michael's morningstar after it gets separated from his arm.
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* %%* MorphWeapon: Michael's morningstar after it gets separated from his arm.

* MutagenicGoo: Entropy. Created by the Grey. ** In the sequel, its processed form Paint/Furor.
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* %%* MutagenicGoo: Entropy. Created by the Grey. ** %%** In the sequel, its processed form Paint/Furor.

** Defeat the ruler of hell in single combat; *** There was plenty of help from the main group, namely Victor and Mike. ** Survive unimaginable torture at the hands of an Eldritch Abomination; *** Even Lovecraftian lore has humans surviving encounters with Cthulhu and those of his ilk... granted they're not SANE, but Dominic has the benefit of Matthew's mind to keep him from [[GoMadFromTheRevelation going over the edge.]] **** His soul was at the TKOH's mercy for five hundred years (since one year is equivalent to a century in Hell). By all rights, he should be insane to the point of not being capable of doing anything, regardless of Matthew's mental presence or not. ***** Can a supercomputer understand madness to that extent, though? Dominic could be a slobbering, raving mess in reality, but because of the circumstances regarding his possession he could be forced into some form of clarity. Then again, perhaps [[BoredWithInsanity this]] could be a good reason too? ****** So he's so insane he's sane, then. That'd actually explain a lot.
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** %%** Defeat the ruler of hell in single combat; *** %%*** There was plenty of help from the main group, namely Victor and Mike. ** %%** Survive unimaginable torture at the hands of an Eldritch Abomination; *** %%*** Even Lovecraftian lore has humans surviving encounters with Cthulhu and those of his ilk... granted they're not SANE, but Dominic has the benefit of Matthew's mind to keep him from [[GoMadFromTheRevelation going over the edge.]] **** %%**** His soul was at the TKOH's mercy for five hundred years (since one year is equivalent to a century in Hell). By all rights, he should be insane to the point of not being capable of doing anything, regardless of Matthew's mental presence or not. ***** %%***** Can a supercomputer understand madness to that extent, though? Dominic could be a slobbering, raving mess in reality, but because of the circumstances regarding his possession he could be forced into some form of clarity. Then again, perhaps [[BoredWithInsanity this]] could be a good reason too? ****** %%****** So he's so insane he's sane, then. That'd actually explain a lot.

*** GhostInTheMachine would be a good explanation, somewhere between the InnerMonologue and RoboCam. It could even be HauntedTechnology if the idea that ghosts are wandering souls is accepted in the game universe. **** A more major issue is the fact that, apparently, Dominic was possessing Matthew's body from the very moment he escaped Hell... [[FridgeLogic so what, was Matthew waiting there the whole time, or did his form get teleported there the very second Dominic escaped?]] ***** You'll have to ask Dark about that, he's the only one that knows what Matthew had been doing before the possession.
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*** %%*** GhostInTheMachine would be a good explanation, somewhere between the InnerMonologue and RoboCam. It could even be HauntedTechnology if the idea that ghosts are wandering souls is accepted in the game universe. **** %%**** A more major issue is the fact that, apparently, Dominic was possessing Matthew's body from the very moment he escaped Hell... [[FridgeLogic so what, was Matthew waiting there the whole time, or did his form get teleported there the very second Dominic escaped?]] ***** %%***** You'll have to ask Dark about that, he's the only one that knows what Matthew had been doing before the possession.

*** There is no indication that Chaos is doing anything other than moving very quickly, and the android body Dominic possesses is more than capable of matching that speed.
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*** %%*** There is no indication that Chaos is doing anything other than moving very quickly, and the android body Dominic possesses is more than capable of matching that speed.

*** The time is glossed over, admittedly, but that doesn't mean that a few moments isn't enough to learn the initial process, after which all that matters is training. Dominic can (and is) doing that on his own. **** "Mastered" is perhaps a minor overstatement - it is made obvious that he can barely control his mind, let alone form anything of worth in it. Matthew, on the other hand, is far better at manipulating the Mindscape to his whims.
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*** %%*** The time is glossed over, admittedly, but that doesn't mean that a few moments isn't enough to learn the initial process, after which all that matters is training. Dominic can (and is) doing that on his own. **** %%**** "Mastered" is perhaps a minor overstatement - it is made obvious that he can barely control his mind, let alone form anything of worth in it. Matthew, on the other hand, is far better at manipulating the Mindscape to his whims.

** Marvin has both of these, and he literally can not die. He just regenerates from everything. (He's likely dead after the end of part 1, though.) *** He has nanomachines in his body that are actively regenerating the instant injuries occur. ''Nothing can kill him because there's nothing fast enough to do the job before he heals it.''
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** Marvin has both of these, and he literally can not die. He just regenerates from everything. (He's likely dead after the end of part 1, though.) *** ) He has nanomachines in his body that are actively regenerating the instant injuries occur. ''Nothing can kill him because there's nothing fast enough to do the job before he heals it.''

* NotSoInvincibleAfterAll: Dominic, when faced with Chaos' power nullification ability. Promptly subverted due to the nanites in Matthew's body, which Dominic is possessing, that make him essentially immortal anyway. ** Same thing happened to Lucius. ** Almost ''exactly'' the same thing, except replace "Dominic" with "Lucius' [[SoulJar soul jars]]". * NotTheFallThatKillsYou: Solaris makes a reference to this, then tells herself to stop seeing the world as a game. ** Actually, this applies to Void and Solaris in equal measure, since both have tentacles and regeneration to absorb the impact. Void frequently uses this to his advantage when travelling in AC1; Solaris also uses it, but not very often. * NukeEm: Lucius plans to do this to Chaos because AntiMagic can't nullify an ordinary nuclear blast.
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* %%* NotSoInvincibleAfterAll: Dominic, when faced with Chaos' power nullification ability. Promptly subverted due to the nanites in Matthew's body, which Dominic is possessing, that make him essentially immortal anyway. ** %%** Same thing happened to Lucius. ** %%** Almost ''exactly'' the same thing, except replace "Dominic" with "Lucius' [[SoulJar soul jars]]". * %%* NotTheFallThatKillsYou: Solaris makes a reference to this, then tells herself to stop seeing the world as a game. ** %%** Actually, this applies to Void and Solaris in equal measure, since both have tentacles and regeneration to absorb the impact. Void frequently uses this to his advantage when travelling in AC1; Solaris also uses it, but not very often. * %%* NukeEm: Lucius plans to do this to Chaos because AntiMagic can't nullify an ordinary nuclear blast.

* OneManArmy: Dominic.
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* %%* OneManArmy: Dominic.

** Sol and Solaris also have very similar names; they even have (read: had) respective relatives named Lune and Eclipsis. *** Then Solaris gets a baby dragon who she names Solus.
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** %%** Sol and Solaris also have very similar names; they even have (read: had) respective relatives named Lune and Eclipsis. *** %%*** Then Solaris gets a baby dragon who she names Solus.

*** [[BackFromTheDead Yeah, about the now dead mother...]] **** And don't forget Sara Sylvestria Wright, [[MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter Lucius's daughter]]. ***** Actually, [[AuthorExistenceFailure do]] [[PutOnABus forget]] [[RetGone her]].
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*** %%*** [[BackFromTheDead Yeah, about the now dead mother...]] **** %%**** And don't forget Sara Sylvestria Wright, [[MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter Lucius's daughter]]. ***** %%***** Actually, [[AuthorExistenceFailure do]] [[PutOnABus forget]] [[RetGone her]].

** It helps that the two people playing the characters are brothers. * OutrunTheFireball: At the ending of the original, when the whole city is engulfed by the expanding hellhole. * ParentalIncest: Solaris is HEAVILY attracted to Eclipsis, and makes no effort to hide it from him once they meet. He does not approve.
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** It helps that the two people playing the characters are brothers. * %%* OutrunTheFireball: At the ending of the original, when the whole city is engulfed by the expanding hellhole. * %%* ParentalIncest: Solaris is HEAVILY attracted to Eclipsis, and makes no effort to hide it from him once they meet. He does not approve.

* PoweredArmor: Seems to be standard issue for the Hive.
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* %%* PoweredArmor: Seems to be standard issue for the Hive.

* QuickDraw: Jack Scarlet vs. Michael De'Lore in Japan * RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil: ...as, apparently, is even threatening rape, as Void found out to his cost. * [[Really700YearsOld Really 250 Years Old]]: Any given character who survived the timeskip. ** Justified in that all of them except Michael have some form of {{Immortality}} working for them. *** Michael's cell death rate was slowed to about 1/25th its usual rate due to his exposure to the Hell arm. That, in my own view, is close enough to partial immortality anyway. **** Dominic plays the trope completely straight by actually being seven hundred years old, due to the severely stretched passage of time within Hell.
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* %%* QuickDraw: Jack Scarlet vs. Michael De'Lore in Japan * %%* RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil: ...as, apparently, is even threatening rape, as Void found out to his cost. * %%* [[Really700YearsOld Really 250 Years Old]]: Any given character who survived the timeskip. ** %%** Justified in that all of them except Michael have some form of {{Immortality}} working for them. *** %%*** Michael's cell death rate was slowed to about 1/25th its usual rate due to his exposure to the Hell arm. That, in my own view, is close enough to partial immortality anyway. **** %%**** Dominic plays the trope completely straight by actually being seven hundred years old, due to the severely stretched passage of time within Hell.

* SanitySlippage: Arguably, Michael. ** Arguably? * SandWorm: In the deserts near Giza, two females and one territorial male attack the party in the sequel. * ScienceHero: Nick. * SchizoTech: If Nick brings a weapon out of the Mindscape, it qualifies. * ShipperOnDeck: Solaris to Andrus and Lucinda.
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* %%* SanitySlippage: Arguably, Michael. ** Arguably? * %%* SandWorm: In the deserts near Giza, two females and one territorial male attack the party in the sequel. * %%* ScienceHero: Nick. * %%* SchizoTech: If Nick brings a weapon out of the Mindscape, it qualifies. * %%* ShipperOnDeck: Solaris to Andrus and Lucinda.

** In the first game, anyway. He doesn't do it as much after the timeskip. *** Also, Jonathan.
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** In the first game, anyway. He doesn't do it as much after the timeskip. *** %%** Also, Jonathan.

* SoulJar: Lucius had hundreds of these around the world. Most of them got destroyed by Chaos's AntiMagic fire though.
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* %%* SoulJar: Lucius had hundreds of these around the world. Most of them got destroyed by Chaos's AntiMagic fire though.

* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Nathan.
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* %%* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Nathan.

** The Mindscape could be considered a more in-depth version.
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** %%** The Mindscape could be considered a more in-depth version.

* TeleportSpam: The first power Dominic gets.
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* %%* TeleportSpam: The first power Dominic gets.

* TookALevelInBadass: Everyone, once they mutate. ** And in the sequel, anyone who gains access to magic. * TrueCompanions: Clearly visible with the main group in the second game. Less so in the first. * UltimateBlacksmith: Dick, Dominic's teacher, turns out to be this.
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* %%* TookALevelInBadass: Everyone, once they mutate. ** %%** And in the sequel, anyone who gains access to magic. * %%* TrueCompanions: Clearly visible with the main group in the second game. Less so in the first. * %%* UltimateBlacksmith: Dick, Dominic's teacher, turns out to be this.

* WastelandElder: Argus, the incredibly tall mutant present in the town Void visits at the beginning of the game.
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* %%* WastelandElder: Argus, the incredibly tall mutant present in the town Void visits at the beginning of the game.

*** Then Wu Ming's corpse was [[SoullessShell reanimated]] by his cousin Frost.
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*** %%*** Then Wu Ming's corpse was [[SoullessShell reanimated]] by his cousin Frost.
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* AbsurdlySharpBlade: Dominic's sword. Doesn't matter which one, it just seems to happen to every sword he picks up. ** Pretty much any weapon made of adamantium, orichalcum, brimstone, luciferite, or some other form of {{Unobtainium}}. ** And Osiris' {{BFS}} in the sequel, to at least some extent. ** And Luke's sword in the third game. * ActionGirl: Rogue in the original, Solaris in the sequel. ** Pretty much all female player characters count, more or less. * ActionHero: Dominic.
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* %%* AbsurdlySharpBlade: Dominic's sword. Doesn't matter which one, it just seems to happen to every sword he picks up. ** %%** Pretty much any weapon made of adamantium, orichalcum, brimstone, luciferite, or some other form of {{Unobtainium}}. ** %%** And Osiris' {{BFS}} in the sequel, to at least some extent. ** %%** And Luke's sword in the third game. * %%* ActionGirl: Rogue in the original, Solaris in the sequel. ** %%** Pretty much all female player characters count, more or less. * %%* ActionHero: Dominic.

** To be fair, he changed his name to that on purpose. Even so... * AIIsACrapshoot: Averted with ARGUS, played straight with Matthew and Achilles.
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** To be fair, he changed his name to that on purpose. Even so... * %%* AIIsACrapshoot: Averted with ARGUS, played straight with Matthew and Achilles.

* AllPowerfulBystander: Attempted by Dominic in the sequel. * AncientConspiracy: The Klilox, fulfilling the Prophecy of Death (simply put, the apocalypse). * {{Anticlimax}}: As seen in Void's confrontation with Alice. ** And Dominic's confrontation with Chaos. * AntiHero: Most of the characters.
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* %%* AllPowerfulBystander: Attempted by Dominic in the sequel. * %%* AncientConspiracy: The Klilox, fulfilling the Prophecy of Death (simply put, the apocalypse). * %%* {{Anticlimax}}: As seen in Void's confrontation with Alice. ** %%** And Dominic's confrontation with Chaos. * %%* AntiHero: Most of the characters.

* AntiVillain: Michael, after he quits being the Silencer.
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* %%* AntiVillain: Michael, after he quits being the Silencer.

* ArtifactTitle: The city that the series is named for no longer exists as of the end of the first game. ** It's back in the third game though. * AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: Dominic after his torture, Nick after training in the Mindscape for ten years. ** That's without accounting for that time goes more slowly in the Mindscape. ** One should note that neither character is forced to ''permanently'' remain in a plane of existence other than their own, and that they only attain their godly status power ''after'' leaving their respective alternate planes, which somewhat ruins the point of this trope. ** Nick even uses the word ascended to describe Dominic and himself, but it's actually a reference to ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' rather than this trope. *** The term 'godsoul' has been officially adopted as the term for characters with power on a deific scale. Other than Nick and Dominic, the only other ascended characters in existence are [[TheOmniscientCouncilofVagueness the Phases,]] and [[EldritchAbomination the TKoH]]. **** Arthur [=McQuietus=] and Lucius also count for this. Evangeline Wright may or may not count, given that her secret ability implies a great amount of strength.
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* ArtifactTitle: The city that the series is named for no longer exists as of the end of the first game. ** It's gam, though it is back in the third game though. * game. %%* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: Dominic after his torture, Nick after training in the Mindscape for ten years. ** %%** That's without accounting for that time goes more slowly in the Mindscape. ** %%** One should note that neither character is forced to ''permanently'' remain in a plane of existence other than their own, and that they only attain their godly status power ''after'' leaving their respective alternate planes, which somewhat ruins the point of this trope. ** %%** Nick even uses the word ascended to describe Dominic and himself, but it's actually a reference to ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' rather than this trope. *** %%*** The term 'godsoul' has been officially adopted as the term for characters with power on a deific scale. Other than Nick and Dominic, the only other ascended characters in existence are [[TheOmniscientCouncilofVagueness the Phases,]] and [[EldritchAbomination the TKoH]]. **** %%**** Arthur [=McQuietus=] and Lucius also count for this. Evangeline Wright may or may not count, given that her secret ability implies a great amount of strength.

* AxCrazy: '''''MICHAEL.''''' * BackToBackBadasses: Keyes and Matthew against Plague. * BadAss: Everyone. ** BadassBiker: Michael for a short time. ** BadassBookworm: Nick. ** BadassCrew: The main characters of both games, and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. ** BadassNormal: Everyone except Nick in the beginning of AC1, just Michael by the end of it. *** Michael obtains a robotic arm near the end of AC1, and has a ''shapeshifting arm from Hell'' before that. I wouldn't exactly count that as normal... maybe by Atherverse standards, but not RealLife standards. ** BadassLongcoat: Argus and Solaris. In addition, Jonathan wears a black leather duster. ** BadassTransplant: Michael. Twice. The first transplant occurs when he loses his arm and Cepheus gives him one made of brimstone; he is then given a mechanical arm from Nick after the brimstone arm is torn from the roots. *** Granted, he kicked ass before either transplant, but after that, it's made clear he could probably beat anyone in the series in a fight if he wanted to.
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* %%* AxCrazy: '''''MICHAEL.''''' * %%* BackToBackBadasses: Keyes and Matthew against Plague. * %%* BadAss: Everyone. ** %%** BadassBiker: Michael for a short time. ** %%** BadassBookworm: Nick. ** %%** BadassCrew: The main characters of both games, and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. ** %%** BadassNormal: Everyone except Nick in the beginning of AC1, just Michael by the end of it. *** %%*** Michael obtains a robotic arm near the end of AC1, and has a ''shapeshifting arm from Hell'' before that. I wouldn't exactly count that as normal... maybe by Atherverse standards, but not RealLife standards. ** %%** BadassLongcoat: Argus and Solaris. In addition, Jonathan wears a black leather duster. ** %%** BadassTransplant: Michael. Twice. The first transplant occurs when he loses his arm and Cepheus gives him one made of brimstone; he is then given a mechanical arm from Nick after the brimstone arm is torn from the roots. *** %%*** Granted, he kicked ass before either transplant, but after that, it's made clear he could probably beat anyone in the series in a fight if he wanted to.

* BattleCouple: John and Jenny. * BashBrothers: Several combinations: ** Nick and Michael; ** Nick and Matthew; ** Dominic and Matthew; ** Dominic and Victor.
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* %%* BattleCouple: John and Jenny. * %%* BashBrothers: Several combinations: ** %%** Nick and Michael; ** %%** Nick and Matthew; ** %%** Dominic and Matthew; ** %%** Dominic and Victor.

* {{BFG}}: Void's Vulcan cannon.
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* %%* {{BFG}}: Void's Vulcan cannon.

* BigBad: Cepheus for the first game. ** Wallenquist for the second. *** He's dead now, but a new Big Bad in the form of Lucius has arisen. *** Other notable villainous characters include Chaos, Arthur [=McQuietus=] and Legion. **** And Reverse Aether. * BigGood: Arguably Nick. Could be Dominic, were it not for his more [[{{Jerkass}} disagreeable qualities.]] ** Nick is a clearer example of this in the third game.
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* %%* BigBad: Cepheus for the first game. ** %%** Wallenquist for the second. *** %%*** He's dead now, but a new Big Bad in the form of Lucius has arisen. *** %%*** Other notable villainous characters include Chaos, Arthur [=McQuietus=] and Legion. **** %%**** And Reverse Aether. * %%* BigGood: Arguably Nick. Could be Dominic, were it not for his more [[{{Jerkass}} disagreeable qualities.]] ** %%** Nick is a clearer example of this in the third game.

** Not anymore in the third game. The old universe is gone, and the True King is now stuck fighting the Phases in the empty space where it used to be. * BitchInSheepsClothing: Rick's mother, Sarah. On the other hand, her FreudianExcuse gives her a fair reason to be as such... but not really. ** Her MoralEventHorizon is reached when she somehow resurrects herself [[spoiler:''and indirectly kills her own son.'']]
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** %%** Not anymore in the third game. The old universe is gone, and the True King is now stuck fighting the Phases in the empty space where it used to be. * BitchInSheepsClothing: Rick's mother, Sarah. On the other hand, her FreudianExcuse gives her a fair reason to be as such... but not really. ** really. Her MoralEventHorizon is reached when she somehow resurrects herself [[spoiler:''and indirectly kills her own son.'']]

* BloodKnight: Michael. The only times he isn't sleeping in the sequel is when he's in combat.
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* %%* BloodKnight: Michael. The only times he isn't sleeping in the sequel is when he's in combat.

* CallingTheOldManOut: Void and Dominic perform this towards one another. A lot. ** Connor is not pleased when Nick forces him to abandon his team. * CallingYourAttacks: The various Chinese and Japanese superpowered characters tend to do this a lot.
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* %%* CallingTheOldManOut: Void and Dominic perform this towards one another. A lot. ** %%** Connor is not pleased when Nick forces him to abandon his team. * %%* CallingYourAttacks: The various Chinese and Japanese superpowered characters tend to do this a lot.

* CastingAShadow: Void uses a type 1 variant of this in the sequel. ** More recently, Solaris has achieved a type 2 use of this trope.
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* %%* CastingAShadow: Void uses a type 1 variant of this in the sequel. ** %%** More recently, Solaris has achieved a type 2 use of this trope.

* CloudCuckooLand: The Mindscape is heavily implied to be this in the right hands. * CoitusUninterruptus: Wallenquist manages to do this. * CollapsingLair: The temple in Machu Pichu. Courtesy Sol Shard's rainforest magic. * ColossusClimb: Occurs several times in the sequel. Colossi include a giant rock golem, a frost giant, and a massive sandworm to date. * CombatTentacles: Void, but he mostly uses them to hold up his Vulcan. Later on, and in the sequel, they become one of his primary weapons.
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* %%* CloudCuckooLand: The Mindscape is heavily implied to be this in the right hands. * %%* CoitusUninterruptus: Wallenquist manages to do this. * %%* CollapsingLair: The temple in Machu Pichu. Courtesy Sol Shard's rainforest magic. * %%* ColossusClimb: Occurs several times in the sequel. Colossi include a giant rock golem, a frost giant, and a massive sandworm to date. * %%* CombatTentacles: Void, but he mostly uses them to hold up his Vulcan. Later on, and in the sequel, they become one of his primary weapons.

* CompellingVoice: The only aspect of the Mindscape that Connor seems to be any good at. * CoolAirship: The 'Colossus.' * CoolHat: Solaris owns one. ** It gets destroyed, though. She promptly swears vengeance against the NUO for it. ** Rick has a cowboy hat, too.
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* %%* CompellingVoice: The only aspect of the Mindscape that Connor seems to be any good at. * %%* CoolAirship: The 'Colossus.' * %%* CoolHat: Solaris owns one. ** %%** It gets destroyed, though. She promptly swears vengeance against the NUO for it. ** %%** Rick has a cowboy hat, too.

* CrapsackWorld: Confined to the titular city in the original, but played straight in the sequel, after the closing of the hellhole. ** Averted in the third game... at least at the moment.
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* %%* CrapsackWorld: Confined to the titular city in the original, but played straight in the sequel, after the closing of the hellhole. ** %%** Averted in the third game... at least at the moment.

* DarkIsNotEvil: Apparently done with Void in the sequel.
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* %%* DarkIsNotEvil: Apparently done with Void in the sequel.

* DiabolusExNihilo: In the form of the NUO sniper who kills off Jake, moments before he gets into a submarine of sorts to head for Australia. * DiagnosisFromDrBadass: A non-dialogue version with Michael. * DishingOutDirt: One of the many abilities of Dominic. Also Colonel Howard, and, in a late phase, General Monash. * DoNotTauntCthulhu: Invoked several times near the beginning of TWA against Dominic.
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* %%* DiabolusExNihilo: In the form of the NUO sniper who kills off Jake, moments before he gets into a submarine of sorts to head for Australia. * %%* DiagnosisFromDrBadass: A non-dialogue version with Michael. * %%* DishingOutDirt: One of the many abilities of Dominic. Also Colonel Howard, and, in a late phase, General Monash. * %%* DoNotTauntCthulhu: Invoked several times near the beginning of TWA against Dominic.

* DyingMomentOfAwesome: Dominic. He gets better. ** [[{{Immortality}} Better than better, as a matter of fact.]] * EldritchAbomination: True King of Hell. Enough said. * ElementalEmbodiment: As of their introduction by Abel. Comes in Self and cardinal flavours. ** And anticardinal. And bicardinal, and anti-bicardinal, and tricardinal... *** Their ultimate form being the Cosmic and Null elementals, using every possible elemental combination and anti-elemental combination respectively. * EmotionlessGirl: Solaris, for a short while after Void's death.
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* %%* DyingMomentOfAwesome: Dominic. He gets better. ** %%** [[{{Immortality}} Better than better, as a matter of fact.]] * %%* EldritchAbomination: True King of Hell. Enough said. * %%* ElementalEmbodiment: As of their introduction by Abel. Comes in Self and cardinal flavours. ** %%** And anticardinal. And bicardinal, and anti-bicardinal, and tricardinal... *** %%*** Their ultimate form being the Cosmic and Null elementals, using every possible elemental combination and anti-elemental combination respectively. * %%* EmotionlessGirl: Solaris, for a short while after Void's death.

* FallenHero: Dominic in the sequel. * FantasticRacism: The NUO against mutants, and the NOS against humans and non-mages. * FiveManBand: ** Dominic is TheHero ** Victor is TheLancer ** Nick is TheSmartGuy ** Michael/The Silencer is TheBigGuy ** Rogue is TheChick *** In the sequel, the band consists of Andrus as TheHero, Jack as TheLancer, Lucinda as [[TheSmartGuy The Smart Gal]], Rick as [[TheBigGuy The Big- well, The Fast Guy]] and Solaris as TheChick. Also, Sol as TheSixthRanger, the two magic-infused children as the [[TeamPet Team Pets]] and Lee as the TagalongKid. **** Also, one might see Void as the OlderAndWiser mentor of sorts, in certain lights... perhaps not a very [[BuffySpeak mentorial]] mentor, but certainly the oldest of the main group in the sequel. Of course, this subjects him to MentorOccupationalHazard, and... well, yeah. ***** As of Dana joining the main group in the sequel, Solaris has been relegated to TheHeart. Either that, or Dana herself is TheHeart. Exactly who's who hasn't been made entirely clear just yet. ****** And with Michael and Connor showing up... well, by this point, I think the FiveManBand thing has been slightly destroyed for the sequel, wouldn't you agree? ******* Actually, most of those mentioned above have died, or otherwise been removed from the protagonist group. It currently consists of Andrus, Jack, Lucinda, Michael, John, Connor, Lee, Amy, Solaris and Conglacior, with the recent update meaning that nobody is TheHero until Lucius gets killed off. ******** Andrus and John have both been kidnapped. Michael and Connor have been removed from the group, too. That leaves Lucinda, Lee, Amy, Solaris and Conglacior (and technically Jack, but his controller has left TWA indefinitely). * FastballSpecial: Invoked by name when Michael tells Void to throw him at War.
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* %%* FallenHero: Dominic in the sequel. * %%* FantasticRacism: The NUO against mutants, and the NOS against humans and non-mages. * %%* FiveManBand: ** %%** Dominic is TheHero ** %%** Victor is TheLancer ** %%** Nick is TheSmartGuy ** %%** Michael/The Silencer is TheBigGuy ** %%** Rogue is TheChick *** %%*** In the sequel, the band consists of Andrus as TheHero, Jack as TheLancer, Lucinda as [[TheSmartGuy The Smart Gal]], Rick as [[TheBigGuy The Big- well, The Fast Guy]] and Solaris as TheChick. Also, Sol as TheSixthRanger, the two magic-infused children as the [[TeamPet Team Pets]] and Lee as the TagalongKid. **** %%**** Also, one might see Void as the OlderAndWiser mentor of sorts, in certain lights... perhaps not a very [[BuffySpeak mentorial]] mentor, but certainly the oldest of the main group in the sequel. Of course, this subjects him to MentorOccupationalHazard, and... well, yeah. ***** %%***** As of Dana joining the main group in the sequel, Solaris has been relegated to TheHeart. Either that, or Dana herself is TheHeart. Exactly who's who hasn't been made entirely clear just yet. ****** %%****** And with Michael and Connor showing up... well, by this point, I think the FiveManBand thing has been slightly destroyed for the sequel, wouldn't you agree? ******* %%******* Actually, most of those mentioned above have died, or otherwise been removed from the protagonist group. It currently consists of Andrus, Jack, Lucinda, Michael, John, Connor, Lee, Amy, Solaris and Conglacior, with the recent update meaning that nobody is TheHero until Lucius gets killed off. ******** %%******** Andrus and John have both been kidnapped. Michael and Connor have been removed from the group, too. That leaves Lucinda, Lee, Amy, Solaris and Conglacior (and technically Jack, but his controller has left TWA indefinitely). * %%* FastballSpecial: Invoked by name when Michael tells Void to throw him at War.

** Also, apparently, having your soul absorbed by Legion.
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** Also, apparently, having your soul absorbed by Legion.

* FlashStep: Chaos, Dominic, and many other character with some form of super speed.
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* %%* FlashStep: Chaos, Dominic, and many other character with some form of super speed.

* FlyingBrick: Lucinda, until she was BroughtDownToNormal.
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* %%* FlyingBrick: Lucinda, until she was BroughtDownToNormal.

* GadgeteerGenius: Nick. * GambitRoulette: How Lucius managed to convince Jonathan that Jenny sold him out when they tried to leave Novus Ordo Seclorum. It's quite complicated. * GiantSpider: Michael kills one. Then he eats part of it. * GlowingEyesOfDoom: Whenever Nick is about to do something dangerous in the first game. * {{GMPC}}: Dominic in the sequel. Sadly, of the bad kind. * GodOfEvil: The True King of Hell.
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* %%* GadgeteerGenius: Nick. * %%* GambitRoulette: How Lucius managed to convince Jonathan that Jenny sold him out when they tried to leave Novus Ordo Seclorum. It's quite complicated. * %%* GiantSpider: Michael kills one. Then he eats part of it. * %%* GlowingEyesOfDoom: Whenever Nick is about to do something dangerous in the first game. * %%* {{GMPC}}: Dominic in the sequel. Sadly, of the bad kind. * %%* GodOfEvil: The True King of Hell.

* GoodIsNotNice: Take a wild guess. * GunsVsSwords: Comes up in a lot of the fights, particularly when Dominic is involved.
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* %%* GoodIsNotNice: Take a wild guess. * %%* GunsVsSwords: Comes up in a lot of the fights, particularly when Dominic is involved.

* HeroKiller: Chaos, or at least it seems that way. ** Actually, Chaos has had one proper player battle which he won as of current - against Dominic, whose definition as a 'hero' is ambiguous at best. Dominic himself, on the other hand... *** Technically, that's not true. He also fought Michael shortly after his introduction. He didn't kill Michael, but he came close, considering he got kicked off the 'Colossus' over the Pacific ocean. **** I thought Michael jumped off of his own accord, rather than being kicked off? ***** He did, but he was pushed off the first time.
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* %%* HeroKiller: Chaos, or at least it seems that way. ** %%** Actually, Chaos has had one proper player battle which he won as of current - against Dominic, whose definition as a 'hero' is ambiguous at best. Dominic himself, on the other hand... *** %%*** Technically, that's not true. He also fought Michael shortly after his introduction. He didn't kill Michael, but he came close, considering he got kicked off the 'Colossus' over the Pacific ocean. **** %%**** I thought Michael jumped off of his own accord, rather than being kicked off? ***** %%***** He did, but he was pushed off the first time.

** Those are... humorous? This Troper thinks the mark was missed by a wide margin on this one. *** "Perhaps ''not'' humorous." Read correctly, please.

*** ...in the sequel. Electricity alone does not count as a propulsion method, as far as this troper is aware. * IfItsYouItsOkay: Void for Mike.
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*** ...in the sequel. Electricity alone does not count as a propulsion method, as far as this troper is aware. * method. %%* IfItsYouItsOkay: Void for Mike.

* ImAHumanitarian: Also Void. [[JustifiedTrope He's complex.]] * {{Immortality}}: Dominic becomes type I after five years in the Abyss; Void, and presumably Solaris, are type III due to their mutant abilities. ** Marvin would also be type I, considering any form of damage simply causes his body to phase around it like water. Of course, having been dropped into Hell via an expanding hellhole at the end of AC1... *** Actually, it's been established that living beings can fall into and survive in Hell for a while, at least until the torture destroys their physical forms. What with Marvin's inability to actually be destroyed, or even take damage, he should be alright. Probably. ** Nick and Sarah have this resulting from the latter's necromancy abilities.
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* %%* ImAHumanitarian: Also Void. [[JustifiedTrope He's complex.]] * %%* {{Immortality}}: Dominic becomes type I after five years in the Abyss; Void, and presumably Solaris, are type III due to their mutant abilities. ** %%** Marvin would also be type I, considering any form of damage simply causes his body to phase around it like water. Of course, having been dropped into Hell via an expanding hellhole at the end of AC1... *** %%*** Actually, it's been established that living beings can fall into and survive in Hell for a while, at least until the torture destroys their physical forms. What with Marvin's inability to actually be destroyed, or even take damage, he should be alright. Probably. ** %%** Nick and Sarah have this resulting from the latter's necromancy abilities.

** Also, Conglacior. *** Averted in the original, where Ancalagon, the Dragon of Hell, played an important part in displaying the might of the antagonist. Said battle also armed the main party: Dominic acquiring his dragon fang sword; Victor, his dragon scale shield. * IntergenerationalFriendship: Connor and Michael.
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** %%** Also, Conglacior. *** ** Averted in the original, where Ancalagon, the Dragon of Hell, played an important part in displaying the might of the antagonist. Said battle also armed the main party: Dominic acquiring his dragon fang sword; Victor, his dragon scale shield. * %%* IntergenerationalFriendship: Connor and Michael.

* JerkAss: A lot of characters have their moments, but the most noticeable ones are Michael and Dominic. * KillItWithFire: Victor, and later, Andrus and Chaos. * LamarckWasRight: A lot. Solaris inherits her power directly, Andrus is nearly identical to his ancestor Victor as well. Lucinda's family ability of shared memories might also count.
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* %%* JerkAss: A lot of characters have their moments, but the most noticeable ones are Michael and Dominic. * %%* KillItWithFire: Victor, and later, Andrus and Chaos. * %%* LamarckWasRight: A lot. Solaris inherits her power directly, Andrus is nearly identical to his ancestor Victor as well. Lucinda's family ability of shared memories might also count.
29th Jul '14 2:46:17 PM SeptimusHeap
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* DownerEnding: The ending of TWA. [[BigBad Lucius]] [[EvilIsNotAToy wakes up the]] [[EldritchAbomination True King of Hell]], who proceeds to destroy [[{{ApocalypseHow/ClassX-4}} the whole universe]] and [[KillEmAll everyone in it]], save for a few survivors who manages to escape to other universes.
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* DownerEnding: The ending of TWA. [[BigBad Lucius]] [[EvilIsNotAToy wakes up the]] [[EldritchAbomination True King of Hell]], who proceeds to destroy [[{{ApocalypseHow/ClassX-4}} [[ApocalypseHow/ClassX4 the whole universe]] and [[KillEmAll everyone in it]], save for a few survivors who manages to escape to other universes.
14th Jun '14 1:58:14 PM WaterBlap
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It's a permanent red link.
* NaughtyTentacles: Void and two women of ill-repute near the beginning of AC2 make use of this trope. ** To justify why they aren't "of ill repute": at least one of them owned a gaming system, which is a rarity, given the circumstances; it was also noted that most of the townspeople got along fairly well with them... although what they did with him and Argus (and what they intended to do afterwards) would put them somewhat closer to the MoralEventHorizon than before.
2nd Jun '14 6:48:44 AM GreatGuts
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** Both Nick and Alex have used VideoGame/MegaMan-esque [[ArmCannon Arm Cannons]].
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** Both Nick and Alex have used VideoGame/MegaMan-esque VideoGame/MegaManClassic-esque [[ArmCannon Arm Cannons]].
26th Jan '14 2:53:42 PM LongLiveHumour
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** Cheryl Smith can apparently use [[{{Naruto}} Fire Release ninjutsu]] and has a [[Manga/{{Bleach}} zanpakutou]] that is basically a fusion between Senbonzakura and Ryuujin Jakka. Her "zanpakutou" also has several attacks that are blatant expies of Byakuya's techniques.
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** Cheryl Smith can apparently use [[{{Naruto}} [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Fire Release ninjutsu]] and has a [[Manga/{{Bleach}} zanpakutou]] that is basically a fusion between Senbonzakura and Ryuujin Jakka. Her "zanpakutou" also has several attacks that are blatant expies of Byakuya's techniques.
29th Aug '13 12:03:26 PM MacronNotes
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The Messiah has been renamed to All Loving Hero and turned into a disambiguation. Zero Context Example entries and misuse will be deleted.
* AllLovingHero: Nick. He's currently devoted his life to improving human-mutant relations, and has gone so far as to confront the BigBad by offering him tea before fighting. His pacifist outlook helps a bit.

* TheMessiah: Nick. He's currently devoted his life to improving human-mutant relations, and has gone so far as to confront the BigBad by offering him tea before fighting. His pacifist outlook helps a bit.
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