History VideoGame / KingdomofLoathing

19th Jun '17 5:13:10 PM coruscatingInquisitor
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* PsmithPsyndrome: The gnomes of Loathing adjoin the silegnt 'g' of their gnamesake to most of the Ns ign their spokegn dialogue.[[labelnote:gnote]]An exception is words with 'ng' compounds, such as 'Kingdom', which are written normally.[[/labelnote]]

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* PsmithPsyndrome: The gnomes of Loathing adjoin prepegnd the silegnt 'g' of their gnamesake to most of the Ns ign their spokegn dialogue.[[labelnote:gnote]]An exception is words with 'ng' compounds, such as 'Kingdom', which are written normally.[[/labelnote]]
16th Jun '17 4:24:07 PM Pilomotor
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* GatlingGood: Granny Hackleton uses a gatling gun against you when you fight her at the end of one of the harder telegraph quests. You can also use a gatling gun by defeating her. Even better, the gun comes with a wheelchair wheel attached, so you only need one hand to use it!

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* GatlingGood: Granny Hackleton uses a gatling gun against you when you fight her at the end of one of the harder telegraph quests. You If you defeat her, you can also use a claim her gatling gun by defeating her. as a reward. Even better, the gun comes with a wheelchair wheel attached, so you only need one hand to use it!it! Yes, that means DualWielding gatling guns is possible.



* GeniusBruiser: The warbears value a cunning tactical mind even more that the sheer brute force needed to rip your opponent limb from limb. [[FourStarBadass Their leader]], as it turns out, [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking has both traits in abundance]].

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* GeniusBruiser: The warbears value a cunning tactical mind even more that than the sheer brute force needed to rip your opponent limb from limb. [[FourStarBadass Their leader]], as it turns out, [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking has both traits in abundance]].
8th Jun '17 8:16:34 PM Zennistrad
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** In an ordinary License to Adventure run, you finish by fighting "Blofeld" (quotes included), a cowardly man who reads his lines from a script and spends the entire fight trying to run away, so weak that he's likely to pose zero challenge to any player at that point. Defeating him while the path is in season[note]between May 15th, 2017 and August 14th, 2017[/note] will cause him to drop a "License to Kill," a seemingly useless item. [[spoiler: Using 11 Licenses to Kill at once allows you to fight the ''real'' Blofeld and obtain the significantly more useful "License to Chill."]]

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** In an ordinary License to Adventure run, you finish by fighting "Blofeld" (quotes included), a cowardly man who reads his lines from a script and spends the entire fight trying to run away, so weak that he's likely to pose zero challenge to any player at that point. Defeating him while the path is in season[note]between season[[note]]between May 15th, 2017 and August 14th, 2017[/note] 2017[[/note]] will cause him to drop a "License to Kill," a seemingly useless item. [[spoiler: Using 11 Licenses to Kill at once allows you to fight the ''real'' Blofeld and obtain the significantly more useful "License to Chill."]]
8th Jun '17 8:16:02 PM Zennistrad
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** In an ordinary License to Adventure run, you finish by fighting "Blofeld" (quotes included), a cowardly man who reads his lines from a script and spends the entire fight trying to run away, so weak that he's likely to pose zero challenge to any player at that point. Defeating him while the path is in season (between May 15th, 2017 and August 14th, 2017) will cause him to drop a "License to Kill," an apparently useless item. [[spoiler: Using 11 Licenses to Kill at once allows you to fight the ''real'' Blofeld and obtain the significantly more useful "License to Chill."]]

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** In an ordinary License to Adventure run, you finish by fighting "Blofeld" (quotes included), a cowardly man who reads his lines from a script and spends the entire fight trying to run away, so weak that he's likely to pose zero challenge to any player at that point. Defeating him while the path is in season (between season[note]between May 15th, 2017 and August 14th, 2017) 2017[/note] will cause him to drop a "License to Kill," an apparently a seemingly useless item. [[spoiler: Using 11 Licenses to Kill at once allows you to fight the ''real'' Blofeld and obtain the significantly more useful "License to Chill."]]
8th Jun '17 8:14:40 PM Zennistrad
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** In an ordinary License to Adventure run, you finish by fighting "Blofeld" (quotes included), a cowardly man who reads his lines from a script and spends the entire fight trying to run away, so weak that he's likely to pose zero challenge to any player at that point. Defeating him while the path is in season (between May 15th, 2017 and August 14th, 2017) will cause him to drop a "License to Kill," an apparently useless item. [[spoiler: Using 11 Licenses to Kill at once allows you to fight the ''real'' Blofeld and obtain the significantly more useful "License to Chill."]]
4th Jun '17 6:44:45 PM coruscatingInquisitor
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* PsmithPsyndrome: The gnomes of Loathing appegnd the silegnt 'g' of their gnamesake to most of the Ns ign their spokegn dialogue.[[labelnote:gnote]]An exception is words with 'ng' compounds, such as 'Kingdom', which are written normally.[[/labelnote]]

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* PsmithPsyndrome: The gnomes of Loathing appegnd adjoin the silegnt 'g' of their gnamesake to most of the Ns ign their spokegn dialogue.[[labelnote:gnote]]An exception is words with 'ng' compounds, such as 'Kingdom', which are written normally.[[/labelnote]]
4th Jun '17 6:41:04 PM coruscatingInquisitor
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* PsmithPsyndrome: The gnomes of Loathing appegnd the silegnt 'g' found in their gnamesake to most of the Ns in their spokegn dialogue.[[labelnote:gnote]]An exception is words with 'ng' compounds, such as 'Kingdom', which are written normally.[[/labelnote]]

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* PsmithPsyndrome: The gnomes of Loathing appegnd the silegnt 'g' found in of their gnamesake to most of the Ns in ign their spokegn dialogue.[[labelnote:gnote]]An exception is words with 'ng' compounds, such as 'Kingdom', which are written normally.[[/labelnote]]
4th Jun '17 6:37:47 PM coruscatingInquisitor
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* PsmithPsyndrome: The gnomes of Loathing appegnd the silegnt 'g' found in their gnamesake to most of the Ns in their spokegn dialogue.[[labelnote:gnote]]An exception is words with 'ng' compounds, such as 'Kingdom', which are written normally.[[/labelnote]]
3rd Jun '17 9:43:18 AM nombretomado
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* TVTropesWillRuinYourLife: As mentioned above, one of the monsters for the 2010 Crimbo is the Tome of Tropes, a reference to [[TVTropes this site]]. Part of the description for the monster reads "every entry contains several references to other cleverly-named tropes... and at some point you look up and see you're eight years older than when you started."

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* TVTropesWillRuinYourLife: As mentioned above, one of the monsters for the 2010 Crimbo is the Tome of Tropes, a reference to [[TVTropes [[Wiki/TVTropes this site]]. Part of the description for the monster reads "every entry contains several references to other cleverly-named tropes... and at some point you look up and see you're eight years older than when you started."
1st Jun '17 2:58:48 PM Zennistrad
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* AnticlimaxBoss: The final boss of the License to Adventure path is [[spoiler:"Blofeld" (quotes included) a cowardly man with pathetically low stats compared to even the game's normal enemies at that point, whose attacks consist almost entirely of trying to run away.]]
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