History VideoGame / KingdomOfLoathing

29th Apr '16 12:01:49 AM billybobfred
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* DoubleUnlock: Trophies. First you have to earn them, then you have to buy them. Depending on the trophy, you might ''stop'' qualifying if you wait too long.
19th Apr '16 11:37:24 PM erforce
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** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the Actually Ed the Undying challenge path, when you find out why there are crates there ... [[spoiler: the [[RaidersOfTheLostArk Secret Government Warehouse]] full of crated-up [[MacGuffin MacGuffins]] is hidden there.]]

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** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the Actually Ed the Undying challenge path, when you find out why there are crates there ... [[spoiler: the [[RaidersOfTheLostArk [[Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk Secret Government Warehouse]] full of crated-up [[MacGuffin MacGuffins]] is hidden there.]]
22nd Mar '16 3:50:35 PM DarkStorm
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** "Way of the Surprising Fist" is a challenge path, where one cannot wield any weapons; gains martial skills from certain areas, and money drops are extremely cut back due to a vow of poverty.

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** "Way of the Surprising Fist" is a challenge path, where one cannot wield any weapons; gains martial skills from certain areas, and money drops are extremely cut back due to a vow of poverty. The Master of the Surprising Fist skill from this path gives a further offensive and defensive boost from fighting bare-handed, and can be permed to use outside of this path.



** There's a chain of quests where the player gets a series of legendary weapons. First, the player has to find the (extremely underpowered) Epic Weapon for their class buried in the grave of The Unknown Seal Clubber/Turtle Tamer/etc (whatever your class is, in other words). Following that, they obtain more ingredients and upgrade it to the (still not all that great) "Legendary Epic Weapon". Following that, the weapon gets transformed into the "Ultimate Legendary Epic Weapon" (which is, finally, actually pretty powerful) during their final showdown against their nemesis.

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** There's a chain of quests where the player gets a series of legendary weapons. First, the player has to find the (extremely underpowered) Epic Weapon for their class buried in the grave of The Unknown Seal Clubber/Turtle Tamer/etc (whatever your class is, in other words). Following that, they obtain more ingredients and upgrade it to the (still (better, but still not all that great) "Legendary Epic Weapon". Following that, the weapon gets transformed into the "Ultimate Legendary Epic Weapon" (which is, finally, actually pretty powerful) during their final showdown against their nemesis.



* MagikarpPower: Your basic equipment, that is, the weapon you start with, is useless after about level two. However, it is needed to make your class' Legendary Epic Weapon.

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* MagikarpPower: Your basic equipment, that is, the weapon you start with, is useless after about level two. However, it is needed to make trade for your class' Legendary Epic Weapon.



* ThePowerOfRock: The Rock and Roll Legend, the epic weapon of the Accordion Thieves. Also, the heavy metal thunderrr guitarrr, that's awesome enough to actually ''[[Music/BryanAdams make your fingers bleed]]'' if you play without a pick.

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* ThePowerOfRock: The Rock and Roll Legend, the epic weapon Epic Weapon of the Accordion Thieves. Also, the heavy metal thunderrr guitarrr, that's awesome enough to actually ''[[Music/BryanAdams make your fingers bleed]]'' if you play without a pick.



* RatStomp: Parodied with the Typical Tavern quest. The original was a straight example, but after a revamp way back in 2005, you're now required to find and turn off the "rat faucet" that's flooding the basement.

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* RatStomp: Parodied with the Typical Tavern quest. The original was a straight example, but after a revamp way back in 2005, you're now required to find and turn off the "rat faucet" that's flooding the basement. A more recent revamp lampshaded the change (since some players were still asking how many rats they had to kill).
17th Jan '16 4:49:55 PM nombretomado
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* DeepImmersionGaming: Playing any [[MiniGame Game Grid Video Game]] has the character black out and in the game for the duration. Yes, add the same level of snark to [[{{Metroid}} Meteoid]], [[{{Sinistar}} DemonStar]], [[{{VideoGame/Gauntlet}} Dungeon Fist!]], [[StarControl Space Trip]], and [[StreetFighter Fighters]] [[VideoGame/{{Tekken}} of]] [[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters Fighting.]]

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* DeepImmersionGaming: Playing any [[MiniGame Game Grid Video Game]] has the character black out and in the game for the duration. Yes, add the same level of snark to [[{{Metroid}} Meteoid]], [[{{Sinistar}} DemonStar]], [[{{VideoGame/Gauntlet}} Dungeon Fist!]], [[StarControl [[VideoGame/StarControl Space Trip]], and [[StreetFighter Fighters]] [[VideoGame/{{Tekken}} of]] [[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters Fighting.]]
14th Jan '16 4:26:08 PM nombretomado
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#The game possesses a sense of humor that is at times snarky, scathingly satirical, and loaded with pop culture references, including parodies of other [=RPGs=]. For example, the Dungeons of Doom are homages to the game ''VideoGame/NetHack'', while another zone is the "Penultimate Fantasy Airship", with monsters that take the piss out of SquareEnix games (mainly ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' and ''VideoGame/DragonQuest''). In fact, it has been described as "VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft as written by Creator/MontyPython and illustrated by Webcomic/{{xkcd}}".

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#The game possesses a sense of humor that is at times snarky, scathingly satirical, and loaded with pop culture references, including parodies of other [=RPGs=]. For example, the Dungeons of Doom are homages to the game ''VideoGame/NetHack'', while another zone is the "Penultimate Fantasy Airship", with monsters that take the piss out of SquareEnix Creator/SquareEnix games (mainly ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' and ''VideoGame/DragonQuest''). In fact, it has been described as "VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft as written by Creator/MontyPython and illustrated by Webcomic/{{xkcd}}".
4th Jan '16 2:41:27 AM RAMChYLD
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* FantasticDrug: ''Goofballs'', which gives you a nice 20% Muscle and Moxie boost that lasts 10 adventures. It's the withdrawal debuff that gets you tho- you lose 10% of '''all''' your stats until you officially kick the addiction after going around with the debuff for 30 adventures however. Also, the dealer that gives you the first bottle for free [[AdamSmithHatesYourGuts subsequently increase the price of each bottle by 1000 meat with each purchase]].

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* FantasticDrug: ''Goofballs'', which gives you a nice 20% Muscle and Moxie boost that lasts 10 adventures. It's the withdrawal debuff that gets you tho- you lose 10% of '''all''' your stats until the game considers that you have officially kick kicked the addiction after going around with the debuff for 30 adventures however.adventures. Also, the dealer that gives you the first bottle for free [[AdamSmithHatesYourGuts subsequently increase the price of each bottle by 1000 meat with each purchase]].
4th Jan '16 2:40:29 AM RAMChYLD
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* FantasticDrug: ''Goofballs', which gives you a nice 20% Muscle and Moxie boost that lasts 10 adventures. It's the withdrawal debuff that gets you tho- you lose 10% of '''all''' your stats until you officially kick the addiction after going around with the debuff for 30 adventures however. Also, the dealer that gives you the first bottle for free [[AdamSmithHatesYourGuts subsequently increase the price of each bottle by 1000 meat with each purchase]].

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* FantasticDrug: ''Goofballs', ''Goofballs'', which gives you a nice 20% Muscle and Moxie boost that lasts 10 adventures. It's the withdrawal debuff that gets you tho- you lose 10% of '''all''' your stats until you officially kick the addiction after going around with the debuff for 30 adventures however. Also, the dealer that gives you the first bottle for free [[AdamSmithHatesYourGuts subsequently increase the price of each bottle by 1000 meat with each purchase]].
4th Jan '16 2:39:50 AM RAMChYLD
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* FantasticDrug: ''Goofballs', which gives you a nice 20% Muscle and Moxie boost that lasts 10 adventures. It's the withdrawal debuff that gets you tho- you lose 10% of '''all''' your stats until you officially kick the addiction after going around with the debuff for 30 adventures however. Also, the dealer that gives you the first bottle for free [[AdamSmithHatesYourGuts subsequently increase the price of each bottle by 1000 meat with each purchase]].
27th Dec '15 8:55:27 AM billybobfred
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* LevelGrinding: Quests are assigned to you based on your level, so if you've finished the first 12 quests and still haven't reached level 13, you're forced to go out and fight some baddies until you do. This is why speedrunners are so keen on bonus Monster Level.
24th Dec '15 12:10:18 AM dvorak
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* BathsAreFun: The "Jar of Old Mans Psychoses" is a flashback to when he was playing with a toy boat in the bath.
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