History VideoGame / EndlessSpace

10th Jun '17 1:27:56 PM OmegaMetroid
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* TheWorfBarrage: Happens occasionally, if one fleet [TacticalRockPaperScissors|packed a strong defense against the other's weapon type]. Can lead to an OhCrap moment if they're spec'd for close-range combat, and you were relying on a long-range barrage to thin them out...

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* TheWorfBarrage: Happens occasionally, if one fleet [TacticalRockPaperScissors|packed [[TacticalRockPaperScissors packed a strong defense against the other's weapon type].type]]. Can lead to an OhCrap moment if they're spec'd for close-range combat, and you were relying on a long-range barrage to thin them out...
24th May '17 6:55:20 PM SomeNewGuy
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: One hero you can hire is a strange man wearing ornate, knightly power armor and never seems to take it off. This is in fact a surviving member of the Broken Lords, one of the factions from ''EndlessLegend''.
21st May '17 11:51:46 AM HighCrate
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** The Ameobas so happens to be the Eees from the ''VideoGame/SpaceEmpires'' series. As gentle EnergyBeings, both Ameobas and Eees rely heavily on their "galactic info" and are old enough to [[GenreSavvy know what secrets lie within the galaxy they play in]].

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** The Ameobas so happens to be the Eees from the ''VideoGame/SpaceEmpires'' series. As gentle EnergyBeings, both Ameobas and Eees rely heavily on their "galactic info" and are old enough to [[GenreSavvy know what secrets lie within the galaxy they play in]].in.
16th Apr '17 12:27:40 PM nombretomado
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** The Ameobas so happens to be the Eees from the SpaceEmpires series. As gentle EnergyBeings, both Ameobas and Eees rely heavily on their "galactic info" and are old enough to [[GenreSavvy know what secrets lie within the galaxy they play in]].

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** The Ameobas so happens to be the Eees from the SpaceEmpires ''VideoGame/SpaceEmpires'' series. As gentle EnergyBeings, both Ameobas and Eees rely heavily on their "galactic info" and are old enough to [[GenreSavvy know what secrets lie within the galaxy they play in]].
13th Apr '17 5:07:40 PM nombretomado
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* RiskStyleMap: Used with solar systems, much like how SinsOfASolarEmpire uses planets.

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* RiskStyleMap: Used with solar systems, much like how SinsOfASolarEmpire ''VideoGame/SinsOfASolarEmpire'' uses planets.
13th Apr '17 5:07:30 PM nombretomado
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* ExcusePlot: Kind of like ''SinsOfASolarEmpire,'' there is a back-story that sets stage for the gameplay, but there is no campaign, no story-driven missions.

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* ExcusePlot: Kind of like ''SinsOfASolarEmpire,'' ''VideoGame/SinsOfASolarEmpire,'' there is a back-story that sets stage for the gameplay, but there is no campaign, no story-driven missions.
17th Jan '17 2:18:19 AM dvorak
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* QuantumMechanicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum mechanics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved. This ranges from [[TimeStandStill stasis bubbles]] to materials that don't age.

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* QuantumMechanicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum mechanics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. This ranges from [[TimeStandStill stasis bubbles]] to materials that don't age. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved. This ranges from [[TimeStandStill stasis bubbles]] to materials that don't age.
16th Jan '17 8:59:37 PM dvorak
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* QuantumPhysicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum physics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved.

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* QuantumPhysicsCanDoAnything: QuantumMechanicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum physics mechanics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved. This ranges from [[TimeStandStill stasis bubbles]] to materials that don't age.
16th Jan '17 8:36:34 PM dvorak
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* QuantumPhysicsCanDoAnything: Many late-game techs are based on the assumption that a good enough grasp of quantum physics can make regular physics go sit in the corner. Quantum and regular physics usually agree until a very specific set of circumstances get involved.
5th Dec '16 8:49:17 PM SentientShrimp
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** The Mezari are this to all the human factions. They were a galaxy wide power around the time of DungeonOfTheEndless, were on the wane by the time of EndlessLegend, and are totally gone by the time Endless Space begins. All that remains are the United Empire, which grew out of one of their ColonyShip, and the Vaulters, who can trace their origins to a Mezari penal colony on Auriga.
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