History VideoGame / DungeonsOfDredmor

22nd Aug '16 1:01:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* FromRussiaWithNukes: '''YOU,''' if you manage to max out the Communism skill.
29th Jul '16 1:24:37 PM Someoneman
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* BossInMookClothing: Each floor tends to have one particularly strong monster way above the rest, but none is worse than The Great Pumpkinn, who is invisible and thus hard to avoid, likes to roam a lot, summons nasty toxic clouds and hits you for some of the nastiest damage you can find in the first few levels. Speaking of first few levels, he's usually in level 4, give or take a few, so you can bet he'll eat up at least one of your characters.
10th Jul '16 7:50:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHeroine: The female player character.
8th Jan '16 9:40:43 AM TheUnsquished
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* BlessedAreTheCheesemakers: A lot of the healing food items are different types of cheese. You even get a special message when you try to eat cheese as a vampire, rather than trying to eat some other non-sanguine food.
13th Dec '15 9:28:04 PM Josef5678
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* CombinatorialExplosion: A literal case. [[SchmuckBait Try and see what happens]] if you put a Horadric Lutefisk Cube inside another Horadric Lutefisk Cube! Or '''inside itself'''! (Made possible thanks to a hilarious programming oversight) [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything You even get an achievement for creating this paradox!]]

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* CombinatorialExplosion: A literal case. [[SchmuckBait Try and see what happens]] if you put a Horadric Lutefisk Cube inside another Horadric Lutefisk Cube! Or '''inside itself'''! (Made possible thanks to a hilarious programming oversight) [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything You even get an achievement for creating this paradox!]]paradox!
30th Oct '15 5:18:15 PM FF32
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* GreyGoo: Thaumites are a {{Magitech}} version.

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* GreyGoo: Thaumites are a {{Magitech}} {{Magitek}} version.
14th Oct '15 8:13:03 PM SgtFrog1
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* [[RecursiveAmmo Recursive Attack]]: Mathemagic's final spell, the Recursive Curse, deals heavy damage on top of applying a smaller curse that does even more damage! A melee example is the Moravician Bushdagger: due to its blade branching into smaller and smaller blades like a fractal pattern, it has a 50% chance to perform an extra attack called the Recursive Stab. The Recursive Stab itself has a 50% chance to do another Recursive Stab, which has a 50% chance to do another one, and so on and so forth. If you're lucky enough, you could probably do hundreds of hit points' worth of damage in a single turn!
4th Oct '15 3:53:31 AM NTC3
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1st Oct '15 5:30:21 PM SgtFrog1
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* MoneyForNothing: Depending on your build and how lucky you've been with random finds, you'll eventually have more money than you know what to do with somewhere around floor 10 or so. It's usually still not quite enough to buy overpriced endgame artefacts in the shop though. The Bankster skill tree changes this situation - it can make you ''absurdly'' rich, but it enables you to spend the money on in-combat boons as well.

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* MoneyForNothing: Depending on your build and how lucky you've been with random finds, you'll eventually have more money than you know what to do with somewhere around floor 10 or so. It's usually still not quite enough to buy overpriced endgame artefacts in the shop though. The Bankster skill tree changes this situation - it can make you ''absurdly'' rich, but it enables you to spend the money on in-combat boons as well.well (like giving a monster money so he'll fight for you, or literally using your money as armor; you take less damage, but also lose a little money).
28th Sep '15 6:58:57 PM SgtFrog1
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*** Particularly the Shield Bearer skill. So you get a higher block chance, big whoop. However, just putting a single skill-point into the tree gets you the Duck And Cover! ability, which has a chance to activate every time you get hit in melee. You suffer a small penalty to your Attack and Dodge ratings, yes, but in exchange, you get even MORE block chance (and in this game, BlockingStopsAllDamage), a sizable Armor boost (so any attack that you don't immediately block will do less damage anyway), minor resistances to crushing and piercing attacks, AND your health regenerates at almost twice the normal speed!
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