History VideoGame / GabrielKnight

14th Aug '17 11:48:08 AM SeanMurrayI
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* BloodBath: Dr. John bathes in the blood of his victims.
29th Jul '17 7:12:47 AM eroock
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* MoonLogicPuzzle: The infamous [[http://www.gabrielknight4campaign.com/cat_hair.php "cat hair mustache" puzzle]], which Website/OldManMurray used as an example of how adventure gaming killed itselfe. [[spoiler:You must make a fake mustache to disguise yourself as a man who doesn't have a mustache (after drawing one on his ID) by scaring a cat through a hole you've rigged with tape and then affixing the stolen cat hair to your lip with maple syrup. 'Cause that's what makes the disguise ''pop''.]]

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* MoonLogicPuzzle: The infamous [[http://www.gabrielknight4campaign.com/cat_hair.php "cat hair mustache" puzzle]], which Website/OldManMurray used as an example of how adventure gaming killed itselfe.itself. [[spoiler:You must make a fake mustache to disguise yourself as a man who doesn't have a mustache (after drawing one on his ID) by scaring a cat through a hole you've rigged with tape and then affixing the stolen cat hair to your lip with maple syrup. 'Cause that's what makes the disguise ''pop''.]]
28th Jul '17 10:33:28 PM rjd1922
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* MoonLogicPuzzle: The infamous [[http://www.gabrielknight4campaign.com/cat_hair.php "cat hair mustache" puzzle]], which ''OldManMurray'' used as an example of how adventure gaming killed itself and which is the inspiration for the current trope image. [[spoiler:You must make a fake mustache to disguise yourself as a man who doesn't have a mustache (after drawing one on his ID) by scaring a cat through a hole you've rigged with tape and then affixing the stolen cat hair to your lip with maple syrup. 'Cause that's what makes the disguise ''pop''.]]
** Actually, [[spoiler:the "get a fake mustache to disguise yourself as a man without a mustache" thing makes sense in a way, since Gabriel and Mosely look nothing alike, but having a big moustache on both the man and the photo can well cause a casual observer to think "yep, same guy". As to how you get it and how you attach it to your lip...]] no excuse.

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* MoonLogicPuzzle: The infamous [[http://www.gabrielknight4campaign.com/cat_hair.php "cat hair mustache" puzzle]], which ''OldManMurray'' Website/OldManMurray used as an example of how adventure gaming killed itself and which is the inspiration for the current trope image.itselfe. [[spoiler:You must make a fake mustache to disguise yourself as a man who doesn't have a mustache (after drawing one on his ID) by scaring a cat through a hole you've rigged with tape and then affixing the stolen cat hair to your lip with maple syrup. 'Cause that's what makes the disguise ''pop''.]]
** Actually, [[spoiler:the "get a fake mustache to disguise yourself as a man without a mustache" thing makes sense in a way, since Gabriel and Mosely look nothing alike, but having a big moustache mustache on both the man and the photo can well cause a casual observer to think "yep, same guy". As to how you get it and how you attach it to your lip...]] no excuse.
28th Jun '17 9:32:25 AM WaterBlap
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* EverybodyHatesAres: Ogoun Badagris is noted for being a particularly nasty Loa.
21st Jun '17 6:57:32 AM Gosicrystal
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* NotSoDifferent: Although it isn't commented on (and could possibly be a case of AccidentallyAccurate), Ogoun Badagris (one of the patron loa of the Gedde family) is strongly associated with St. George (the patron saint of the Ritter family) in American Voodoo.

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* NotSoDifferent: Although it isn't commented on (and could possibly be a case of AccidentallyAccurate), on, Ogoun Badagris (one of the patron loa of the Gedde family) is strongly associated with St. George (the patron saint of the Ritter family) in American Voodoo.
29th May '17 8:48:39 PM nombretomado
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A series of PC [[PointAndClickGame point-and-click]] AdventureGame titles, created by Creator/JaneJensen (who had worked on ''VideoGame/KingsQuestVI'') and published by {{Sierra}}, as well as [[CharacterTitle the name of their primary hero]].

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A series of PC [[PointAndClickGame point-and-click]] AdventureGame titles, created by Creator/JaneJensen (who had worked on ''VideoGame/KingsQuestVI'') and published by {{Sierra}}, {{Creator/Sierra}}, as well as [[CharacterTitle the name of their primary hero]].
25th Apr '17 5:22:10 AM gunarao
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* SequelGoesGlobal: Inverted. The first game took Gabriel to America, Germany and Africa. ''The Beast Within'' is set entirely within Germany, Grace's prologue cutscene aside.
25th Apr '17 5:19:24 AM gunarao
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* SequelGoesGlobal: Inverted. The first game took Gabriel to America, Germany and Africa. ''The Beast Within'' is set entirely within Germany, Grace's prologue cutscene aside.
18th Apr '17 8:33:07 PM Anorgil
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* NotSoDifferent: Although it isn't commented on (and could possibly be a case of AccidentallyAccurate), Ogoun Badagris (one of the patron loa of the Gedde family) is strongly associated with St. George (the patron saint of the Ritter family) in American Voodoo.
8th Mar '17 2:31:44 PM Anorgil
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* EverybodyHatesAres: Ogoun Badagris is noted for being a particularly nasty Loa.
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