History VideoGame / EndlessSpace

19th May '16 6:05:49 PM erforce
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* ShoutOut: Those darn cultists blew up your Moon Temple [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} when they crossed the proton beams]].
** There's an Amoeban Hero named [[GlaDOS Galdos]] who has a thing for experiments.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Those darn cultists blew up your Moon Temple [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} when they crossed the proton beams]].
** There's an Amoeban Hero named [[GlaDOS [[UsefulNotes/GlaDOS Galdos]] who has a thing for experiments.



** Also, the cultists responsible for destroying one of your [[LostTechnology Moon Temples]] in a random event: they knocked the proton streams out of alignment, [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} the streams crossed]]...

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** Also, the cultists responsible for destroying one of your [[LostTechnology Moon Temples]] in a random event: they knocked the proton streams out of alignment, [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} the streams crossed]]...
19th Apr '16 8:33:14 AM Shinr
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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[ScienceFantasy set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''. A sequel to Endless Space has been announced, and is to be released sometime in 2016. Next to nothing is known about the upcoming Endless Space 2, other than that it will include Virtual Reality elements.

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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[ScienceFantasy set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''. A sequel to Endless Space has been announced, and is to be released sometime in 2016. Next to nothing is known about the upcoming Endless Space 2, other than that it will include Virtual Reality elements.
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19th Apr '16 6:23:58 AM ParadoxialStratagem
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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[ScienceFantasy set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''.

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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[ScienceFantasy set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''.
Space''. A sequel to Endless Space has been announced, and is to be released sometime in 2016. Next to nothing is known about the upcoming Endless Space 2, other than that it will include Virtual Reality elements.
25th Feb '16 9:14:48 AM Specialist290
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* PracticalCurrency: Dust is made up of ultra-high tech nanobots which formed the backbone of the ancient Endless civilization. The races that control the galaxy today don't (yet) have the technological know-how to make full use of it, but it can still be used to augment basic industrial processes.
19th Feb '16 6:04:29 PM Specialist290
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* SpaceColdWar: The default state of diplomatic affairs between empires from first contact until a formal peace agreement is signed or a war is declared. Fully integrated systems are off-limits, but recently-settled outposts and ships in unclaimed territory are fair game.
30th Dec '15 7:32:05 PM Carnel
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* EarlyBirdCameo: Who's that [[DyingRace weird fellow]] with the glowing eyes and seemingly anachronistic apparel? [[VideoGame/EndlessLegend The Vaulters]] might know.
14th Dec '15 5:52:39 PM KillerClowns
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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[DoingInTheScientist set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''.

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Two SpinOff games have been announced and are available via STEAM after going through Early Access. The first is ''VideoGame/DungeonOfTheEndless'', a RogueLike game which has you coordinating a team of crash-landed [[EnemyMine prisoners and/or prison guards]] trying to survive and escape from an underground network of Endless-built workshops and storerooms. The second is a fantasy 4X named ''VideoGame/EndlessLegend'', which is [[DoingInTheScientist [[ScienceFantasy set in the same universe]] as ''Endless Space''.
19th Oct '15 6:38:03 AM direguy
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* KillThePoor: In the Endless backstory, the ones who can afford to become Virtuals look down upon the Endless who can't, and believe they should be toss aside. This is one of the many factors which lead to the Dust Wars.
15th Oct '15 7:45:29 AM mspears
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** Averted with the new Automaton faction. Their creators had all but destroyed their planet so their last action was to create the Automatons. They were barely sapient living meager lives until an Endless Ship crashed into their planet and the dust that was unleashed made them fully self-aware. Now they go collect Dust in an attempt to remain self-aware. The new introduction for them describes them as isolationist pacifists, who have no interest in harming anyone else unless they are forced to defend themselves.
* AbusivePrecursors: The Endless, to some extent for creating the Cravers, who now (and then) just eat everything. They were actually in the process of wiping them out when their civilization colapsed, so this may be NeglectfulPrecursors.
** Perhaps inverted into BenevolentPrecursors for having ever created Dust in the first place (which is apparently a boon to all civilizations, granting some races sapience in the case of the Automatons).
** It is mentioned that the Endless were divided into multiple factions, so they have a bit of all three tropes. The Harmony however fall directly into AbusivePrecursors, as their mission is to destroy all dust. A valuable resource that every galactic power except them uses. And its stated that they don't care how many people they need to kill to do this.

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** Averted with the new Automaton faction. Their creators had all but destroyed their planet so their last action was to create the Automatons. They were barely sapient sapient, living meager lives until an Endless Ship crashed into their planet and the dust Dust that was unleashed released made them fully self-aware. Now they go collect Dust in an attempt to remain self-aware. The new introduction for them describes them as isolationist pacifists, who have no interest in harming anyone else unless they are forced to defend themselves.
* AbusivePrecursors: The Endless, to some extent extent, for creating the Cravers, who now (and then) just eat everything. They were actually in the process of wiping them out when their civilization colapsed, collapsed, so this may be NeglectfulPrecursors.
** Perhaps inverted into BenevolentPrecursors for having ever created Dust in the first place (which is apparently a boon to all civilizations, even granting some races sapience in the case of sapience, such as the Automatons).
** It is mentioned that the Endless were divided into multiple factions, so they have a bit of all three tropes. The Harmony however fall directly into AbusivePrecursors, as their mission is to destroy all dust. A Dust, a valuable resource that every galactic power except them uses. And its It's stated that they don't care how many people they need to kill to do this.



* AmbiguousRobots: The Cravers are explicitly stated to originate from an insectoid race, but it's never made clear how much of it remains after the Endless tampered with them; their muscles freely mingle with cybernetic armor and limbs. Their heads in particularly seem completely robotic.

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* AmbiguousRobots: The Cravers are explicitly stated to originate from an insectoid race, but it's never made clear how much of it remains after the Endless tampered with them; their muscles freely mingle with cybernetic armor and limbs. Their heads heads, in particularly particular, seem completely robotic.
3rd Oct '15 1:03:27 PM NTC3
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