History TabletopGame / DontRestYourHead

12th Oct '17 6:48:49 AM Crino37
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* IntangibleTheft: The Tacks Man attacks his victims stealing intagible concepts from them, like their names or their heart beats, then later adding those "stolen goods" to his private collection.
2nd Apr '17 1:06:33 PM nombretomado
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** ''Two'' [[{{Persona 3}} Dark Hours]] a day? OhCrap.

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** ''Two'' [[{{Persona 3}} [[VideoGame/Persona3 Dark Hours]] a day? OhCrap.
9th Mar '17 6:40:41 AM Theriocephalus
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* AnachronismStew

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* BodyHorror: Fill up your Madness quota, and *whoosh*-Nightmare. They are invariably extremely bizarre fusions of Victorian citizenry and the art of Salvador Dali. It doesn't help that they're suffering as much as everyone else.

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* BodyHorror: Fill up your Madness quota, and *whoosh*-Nightmare.*whoosh* -- Nightmare. They are invariably extremely bizarre fusions of Victorian citizenry and the art of Salvador Dali. It doesn't help that they're suffering as much as everyone else.



* TheBlank: The Smothered Folk

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* TheDreaded[=/=]TerrorHero: Don't Lose Your Mind notes that if you've recovered from Permanent Madness, many Nightmares will be terrified by you. It mean you have seen abyss and come back whole, which is exactly what they failed and become Nightmares.

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* TheDreaded[=/=]TerrorHero: TheDreaded: Don't Lose Your Mind notes that if you've recovered from Permanent Madness, many Nightmares will be terrified by you. It mean you have seen abyss and come back whole, which is exactly what they failed and become Nightmares.



* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Don't Rest Your Head. If you rest, you die. [[FateWorseThanDeath Or worse...]]

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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin:
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Don't Rest Your Head. If you rest, you die. [[FateWorseThanDeath Or worse...]]



* InverseNinjaLaw: Another sample Madness Talent described in Don't Lose Your Mind plays with this. You can summon a legion of ninjas to do your bidding, but being a ''legion'' of ninjas, they are all MadeOfPlasticine - their usefulness is mainly in their ability to ZergRush anything. Playing the trope a bit straighter, you can instead summon a single, highly competent ninja specializing in anything from explosives to [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway dancing.]]

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* InverseNinjaLaw: Another sample Madness Talent described in Don't Lose Your Mind plays with this. You can summon a legion of ninjas to do your bidding, but being a ''legion'' of ninjas, they are all MadeOfPlasticine - -- their usefulness is mainly in their ability to ZergRush anything. Playing the trope a bit straighter, you can instead summon a single, highly competent ninja specializing in anything from explosives to [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway dancing.]]



* NeverSleepAgain: The player characters.

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* PowerBornOfMadness: Madness Talents

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* RealityWarper: Madness Talents can take this form -- such as a sample one that lets you alter reality by speaking the language God used to create the universe. The Nightmare for this one is a mindless disembodied voice that warps and perverts things by describing them, known as the Omnipotent Third Person.

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* RealityWarper: Madness Talents can take this form -- form, such as a sample one that lets you alter reality by speaking the language God used to create the universe. The Nightmare for this one is a mindless disembodied voice that warps and perverts things by describing them, known as the Omnipotent Third Person.



* SemanticSuperpower: See RealityWarper above.
23rd Oct '15 9:33:27 AM dragonfire5000
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3rd Mar '15 6:52:34 PM Nezumi
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* SemanticSuperpower: See RealityWarper above.
3rd Mar '15 11:53:23 AM Nezumi
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** To a degree, ''any'' Madness Power is an example of this, even ones that don't obviously seem like it, since they work on dream logic. Someone with SuperStrength can lift cars, smash concrete, and bend steel bars like anyone else with such powers, sure... but they can probably also lift someone's spirits, smash injustice, and bend the truth.

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** To a degree, ''any'' Madness Power is an example of this, even ones that don't obviously seem like it, since they work on dream logic. Someone with SuperStrength can lift cars, smash concrete, and bend steel bars like anyone else with such powers, sure... but they can probably also lift someone's spirits, smash injustice, and bend the truth. And yes, this will likely involve their muscles straining and veins bulging while they cheer someone up or spin a convincing half-truth.
12th Sep '14 9:43:49 AM ChaoticNovelist
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** Madness: as a player goes insane, its Discipline gets converted into Permanent Madness, which ''don't'' count for the "6 Madness dice" limit. Since the amount of Madness required is proportional to the effect you want, Peranent Madness can push your talent BeyondTheImpossible.

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** Madness: as a player goes insane, its Discipline gets converted into Permanent Madness, which ''don't'' count for the "6 Madness dice" limit. Since the amount of Madness required is proportional to the effect you want, Peranent Madness can push your talent BeyondTheImpossible.to great heights.
11th Sep '14 2:59:17 PM Zoriax91
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* CastFromHitPoints: An Awake can boost is Exhaustion talent if he takes one Exhaustion point, which equals as sacrificing some health.


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* CriticalStatusBuff: Two versions:
** Exhaustion: if a player gets tired, they gets a minimal amount of successes when he acts on his Exhaustion talent.
** Madness: as a player goes insane, its Discipline gets converted into Permanent Madness, which ''don't'' count for the "6 Madness dice" limit. Since the amount of Madness required is proportional to the effect you want, Peranent Madness can push your talent BeyondTheImpossible.
5th Jan '14 12:21:32 AM dvorak
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* DarkFantasy

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* DarkFantasyDarkFantasy: Of the non-standard variety.
30th Dec '13 6:41:13 PM LongLiveHumour
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While often compared to an extremely creepy ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', the specifics of the game, particularly some of its Nightmares, are probably closer to a deranged version of ''ThePhantomTollbooth''. The author himself notes strong influences from and similarities to ''{{Neverwhere}}'' and ''Film/DarkCity''.

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While often compared to an extremely creepy ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', the specifics of the game, particularly some of its Nightmares, are probably closer to a deranged version of ''ThePhantomTollbooth''. ''Literature/ThePhantomTollbooth''. The author himself notes strong influences from and similarities to ''{{Neverwhere}}'' ''Literature/{{Neverwhere}}'' and ''Film/DarkCity''.
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