History VideoGame / LoneSurvivor

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: An interesting example, as the protagonist only goes barefoot because, according to him, shoes make sneaking past the thin men much harder.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: An interesting example, as the protagonist only goes barefoot because, according to him, shoes make sneaking past the thin men Thinmen much harder.



* {{Horror Hunger}}: If you have very low mental health, attempting to eat rotten meat has "You" remark that it looks tasty. Also giving blue pills to the infected Hank can result in him having hunger for meat.

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* {{Horror Hunger}}: If you have very low mental health, attempting to eat rotten meat has "You" remark that it looks tasty. Also Also, giving blue pills to the infected Hank can result in him having hunger for meat.



* [[SpoiledByTheManual Spoiled By The Soundtrack]]: The titles of some of the songs tell you a bit about the game that might not otherwise be clear. [[spoiler: The ending music for the Red and Blue endings is titled "Sleep Forever". The title of of the Green ending theme is "Survival". The credits music for any ending is "Moving On". See where this is going?]]

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* [[SpoiledByTheManual Spoiled By The Soundtrack]]: The titles of some of the songs tell you a bit about the game that might not otherwise be clear. [[spoiler: The ending music for the Red and Blue endings is titled "Sleep Forever". The title of of the Green ending theme is "Survival". The credits music for any ending is "Moving On". See where this is going?]]
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* [[SpoiledByTheManual Spoiled By The Soundtrack]]: The titles of some of the songs tell you a bit about the game that might not otherwise be clear. [[spoiler: The ending music for the Red and Blue endings is titled "Sleep Forever". The title of of the Green ending theme is "Survival." The credits music for any ending is "Moving On." See where this is going?]]

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* [[SpoiledByTheManual Spoiled By The Soundtrack]]: The titles of some of the songs tell you a bit about the game that might not otherwise be clear. [[spoiler: The ending music for the Red and Blue endings is titled "Sleep Forever". The title of of the Green ending theme is "Survival." "Survival". The credits music for any ending is "Moving On." On". See where this is going?]]



* TenSecondFlashlight: "You"'s flashlight is a real battery hog. Thankfully it's not necessary that often.

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* TenSecondFlashlight: "You"'s "You's" flashlight is a real battery hog. Thankfully it's not necessary that often.



* TomatoInTheMirror: [[spoiler:In the Green Ending, "You" turns into the Man Who Wears A Box, sans box. In the Blue and Red Endings, he turns into The Man in Blue.]]
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: You has generally positive opinions on most of the things he eats, but cooked ham practically sends him into spasms of joy. [[spoiler: Even the psych report listing for how many times you've eaten the dish just says "BAKED HAM!"]]
* TwoRoadsBeforeYou: TMWWAB is a pacifist entity. He stand in polarity with The Man in Blue, who is intractably hostile to anything and everything. TMWWAB provides batteries and food, which promotes a peaceful and pacifist playstyle; The Man in Blue provides ammo for your handgun, which in turn promotes a violent and destructive playstyle.

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* TomatoInTheMirror: [[spoiler:In the Green Ending, "You" turns into the The Man Who Wears A a Box, sans box. In the Blue and Red Endings, he turns into The Man in Blue.]]
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: You has generally positive opinions on most of the things he eats, but cooked ham practically sends him into spasms of joy. [[spoiler: Even the psych report "psych report" listing for how many times you've eaten the dish just says "BAKED HAM!"]]
* TwoRoadsBeforeYou: TMWWAB is a pacifist entity. He stand stands in polarity with The Man in Blue, who is intractably hostile to anything and everything. TMWWAB provides batteries and food, which promotes a peaceful and pacifist playstyle; The Man in Blue provides ammo for your handgun, which in turn promotes a violent and destructive playstyle.playstyle.
* ViolationOfCommonSense: [[spoiler: Even "You" says that sticking his hand in the maw is crazy. But that's where the generator key is, so...]]



* WeaponOfChoice: The protagonist comes to a gun shop filled with automatic weaponry and even (somewhat inexplicably) a chainsaw. His statement that his pistol is more "his style" prohibits the player from picking up any of it. Which can make sense, as using guns you aren't trained in (especially high-recoil ones like shotguns) is an easy way to injure yourself. And Swinging a chainsaw around in combat is also a great way to accidently cut your own leg open.
* WombLevel: A few areas in the game, like the Basement, look like they are this, but they actually aren't. This is intentional.
* ViolationOfCommonSense: [[spoiler: Even "You" says that sticking his hand in the Maw is crazy. But that's where the generator key is, so...]]

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* WeaponOfChoice: The protagonist comes to a gun shop filled with automatic weaponry and even (somewhat inexplicably) a chainsaw. His statement that his pistol is more "his style" prohibits the player from picking up any of it. Which can make sense, as using guns you aren't trained in (especially high-recoil ones like shotguns) is an easy way to injure yourself. And Swinging swinging a chainsaw around in combat is also a great way to accidently cut your own leg open.
* WombLevel: A few areas in the game, like the Basement, basement, look like they are this, but they actually aren't. This is intentional.
* ViolationOfCommonSense: [[spoiler: Even "You" says that sticking his hand in the Maw is crazy. But that's where the generator key is, so...]]
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** The Man Who Wears a Box is the cuddly, pacifistic cousin of Pyramid Head. Additionally, the pocket flashlight and static could be a homage to Franchise/SilentHill.

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** The Man Who Wears a Box is the cuddly, pacifistic cousin of Pyramid Head. Additionally, the pocket flashlight and static could be a homage to Franchise/SilentHill.''Franchise/SilentHill''.



** Attempting to eat Rotten Meat acts as a visible indicator of You's sanity. If You's mental health is fine, You will just say "No." If it's deteriorating, "Maybe." If you've been neglecting it a lot, "Actually, that looks pretty tasty."

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** Attempting to eat Rotten Meat rotten meat acts as a visible indicator of You's "You's" sanity. If You's "You's" mental health is fine, You he will just say "No." If it's deteriorating, "Maybe." If you've been neglecting it a lot, "Actually, that looks pretty tasty."



* SeekingSanctuary: "YOU" has to take a Green Pill and go to sleep in order to visit The Man Who Wears a Box, who is dressed like a Padre. He provides you with some snacks/batteries should you run low on either.

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* SeekingSanctuary: "YOU" "You" has to take a Green Pill and go to sleep in order to visit The Man Who Wears a Box, who is dressed like a Padre.priest of sorts. He provides you with some snacks/batteries should you run low on either.



** When speaking to the Cat Plush, You will sometimes say "[[HelloKitty Hello, kitty]]".

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** When speaking to the Cat Plush, You "You" will sometimes say "[[HelloKitty Hello, kitty]]".



** The room where TMWWA & The Man in Blue reside has a ''Series/TwinPeaks'' theme going on. The Man in Blue launches into a bizarre dance, similar to the series' Dwarf character.
** [[http://lonesurvivor.wikia.com/wiki/Silent_Hill_references Many shout-outs to ''Silent Hill'']], fitting since the creator of the game previously made a VideogameDemake of ''VideoGame/SilentHill2'' named ''[[http://superflatgames.com/wordpress/?page_id=139 Soundless Mountain II]]''

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** The room where TMWWA TMWWAB & The Man in Blue reside has a ''Series/TwinPeaks'' theme going on. At one point The Man in Blue launches into a bizarre dance, similar to the series' Dwarf character.
** [[http://lonesurvivor.wikia.com/wiki/Silent_Hill_references Many shout-outs to ''Silent Hill'']], Silent Hill]], fitting since the creator of the game previously made a VideogameDemake of ''VideoGame/SilentHill2'' named ''[[http://superflatgames.com/wordpress/?page_id=139 Soundless Mountain II]]''



* SpiritualSuccessor: To [[http://superflatgames.com/wordpress/?page_id=139 Soundless Mountain II]], which was a more direct remake of VideoGame/SilentHill2

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To [[http://superflatgames.''[[http://superflatgames.com/wordpress/?page_id=139 Soundless Mountain II]], II]]'', which was a more direct remake of VideoGame/SilentHill2''VideoGame/SilentHill2''
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* GirlNextDoor: Hinted at to a degree. Several apartments on "You's" floor suggest the enigmatic [[spoiler: and possibly metaphorical depiction of You's deceased lover,]] "Girl in Blue Dress" to have resided nearby.

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* GirlNextDoor: Hinted at to a degree. Several apartments on "You's" floor suggest the enigmatic [[spoiler: and possibly metaphorical depiction of You's "You's" deceased lover,]] "Girl "The Girl in Blue Dress" to have resided nearby.



** That description also applies to the White Ending, but more so. It requires you to max out your sanity and missing out on the NewGamePlus only sanity boosting items can screw you out of getting it.
* GuideDangIt: You're more than likely to never find the cooking pot, receive the bonus item from The Director, or tame Sunny the cat through your first play-through without some outside assistance.
* HomeSweetHome: "You" says "Home again." whenever you enter your apartment.
* HopeSpot: A few. Most notably when [[spoiler:after you survive the dangers in complete darkness you come into a serene, quiet, and well-lit area, you come to the girl hunched over under a ray of light. When you approach and try to speak to her, she says "I don't want you to see me like this" and, if your sanity isn't high enough, turns into a monster.]]
* {{Horror Hunger}}: If you have very low mental health, attempting to eat rotten meat has "You" remark that it looks tasty. Also giving blue pills to the infected hank can result in him having hunger for meat.

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** That description also applies to the White Ending, but more so. It requires you to max out your sanity and missing out on the NewGamePlus only certain sanity boosting items found only on NewGamePlus can screw you out of getting it.
* GuideDangIt: You're more than likely to never find the cooking pot, receive the bonus item from The Director, or tame Sunny the cat through Cat on your first play-through playthrough without some outside assistance.
* HomeSweetHome: "You" says "Home again." again" whenever you enter your apartment.
* HopeSpot: A few. Most notably when [[spoiler:after you survive the great dangers in complete darkness you and come into a serene, quiet, and well-lit area, you come to find the girl hunched over under a ray of light. When you approach and try to speak to her, she says "I don't want you to see me like this" and, if your sanity isn't high enough, turns into a monster.]]
* {{Horror Hunger}}: If you have very low mental health, attempting to eat rotten meat has "You" remark that it looks tasty. Also giving blue pills to the infected hank Hank can result in him having hunger for meat.



* KleptomaniacHero: Weirdly inverted. "You" is often, almost irrationally, concerned about not pilfering supplies from apartment 206 -- almost to the point where it appears that he's angry with himself for even considering it. However, he has no problem taking objects found in the other rooms (scissors, keys, etc) or searching their closets. It might be acertained that he [[WithMyHandsTied only takes things that are required for his survival]].

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* KleptomaniacHero: Weirdly inverted. "You" is often, almost irrationally, concerned about not pilfering supplies from apartment 206 -- almost to the point where it appears that he's angry with himself for even considering it. However, he has no problem taking objects found in the other rooms (scissors, keys, etc) etc.) or searching their closets. It might be acertained that he [[WithMyHandsTied only takes things that are required for his survival]].



* LonersAreFreaks: Averted by The Man who Wears a Box. He's a bit of a weirdo and tries to convince the Survivor that isolation prevents you from being hurt, but is ultimately one of the more benevolent characters.
* LukeIAmYourFather: A radio snippet right at the game's end suggests that this may be the case for [[spoiler:You and The Director.]]

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* LonersAreFreaks: Averted by The Man who Who Wears a Box. He's a bit of a weirdo and tries to convince the Survivor that isolation prevents you from being hurt, but is ultimately one of the more benevolent characters.
* LukeIAmYourFather: A radio snippet right at the game's end suggests that this may be the case for [[spoiler:You [[spoiler:"You" and The Director.]]



* MoralityPet: Available in the form of an actual pet, a stray white cat that you can adopt if you feed it enough cans of cat food. Feeding it and petting it improves your sanity, taking away some of the black marks you may have earned though killing things.
* TheMovieBuff: The Director's {{catchphrase}} "We're all in this together." is a quote from the film ''Film/{{Brazil}}''. "Here's looking at you, kid" is from ''Film/{{Casablanca}}'', while "the world is yours" is the slogan from ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. This implies he may be an actual film/TV director.

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* MoralityPet: Available in the form of an actual pet, a stray white cat that you can adopt if you feed it enough cans of cat food. Feeding it and petting it improves your sanity, taking away some of the black marks you may have earned though through killing things.
* TheMovieBuff: The Director's {{catchphrase}} "We're all in this together." together" is a quote from the film ''Film/{{Brazil}}''. "Here's looking at you, kid" is from ''Film/{{Casablanca}}'', while "the world is yours" is the slogan from ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. This implies he may be an actual film/TV director.



* NightmareDreams: The game opens with one of Your night terrors--although to be honest, it's actually not much scarier or dreamlike than the waking parts of the game.
* NoNameGiven: Most characters have either vague names (You and She), descriptive ones (White-Faced Man, the Director), or actual ones (Hank, Chie), but the Man in Blue's title is only shown in the postgame; otherwise, his name shows up as "???" or "Seated Figure" even though he constantly insists that You knows him. [[spoiler: This might be because he's actually a hostile figment of You's imagination. If You acknowledges that he's real, it earns a ton of points towards the Blue ending.]]

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* NightmareDreams: The game opens with one of Your "You's" night terrors--although to be honest, it's actually not much scarier or dreamlike than the waking parts of the game.
* NoNameGiven: Most characters have either vague names (You and She), descriptive ones (White-Faced Man, the The Director), or actual ones (Hank, Chie), but the The Man in Blue's title is only shown in the postgame; otherwise, his name shows up as "???" or "Seated Figure" even though he constantly insists that You "You" knows him. [[spoiler: This might be because he's actually a hostile figment of You's "You's" imagination. If You "You" acknowledges that he's real, it earns a ton of points towards the Blue ending.Ending.]]
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* AdvancingBossOfDoom: [[spoiler:After "You" call the lift from the basement to trap the "Daddy" in the basement, it relentlessly pursues you through the basement until you escape.]]
* AfterActionReport: After the credits, you will see your [[spoiler:"psych report"]] and see statistics throughout the play-through.
* AllJustADream: In the original cut of the game, dying causes You to wake up as if he had just had a nightmare. This has been removed in The Director's Cut. [[spoiler:Also, "You" are insane and spend several days in psychiatric care, regressed into your own mind throughout the game until the end.]]
* AllThereInTheScript: The Man in Blue has NoNameGiven, but the game refers to him internally as [[spoiler:Draco. The name "Draco" is mentioned in the game as the author of a diary. In it, he describes his aggressive approach to survival (which serves as a tutorial for killing monsters). Two of the pages of this diary can be found in Apartment 206, where You lives. There is also an old note to be found in Apartment 205 that warns the reader not to listen to him.]] Although given how much this game relies on the ShrugOfGod, this probably doesn't prove it to be canon.
* BadSamaritan: The main character has to take a Blue Pill and go to sleep in order to visit "The Man in Blue." He will supply "You" with a clip of ammo after each visit and can be seen as [[DealWithTheDevil a last resort to get more ammunition]].

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* AdvancingBossOfDoom: [[spoiler:After "You" call calls the lift from the basement to trap the "Daddy" in the basement, it there, he relentlessly pursues you through the basement until you escape.]]
* AfterActionReport: After the credits, you will see your [[spoiler:"psych report"]] and see statistics throughout the play-through.
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* AllJustADream: In the original cut of the game, dying causes You "You" to wake up as if he had just had a nightmare. This has been removed in The Director's Cut. [[spoiler:Also, "You" are is insane and spend spends several days in psychiatric care, regressed into your his own mind throughout the game until the end.]]
* AllThereInTheScript: The Man in Blue has NoNameGiven, but the game refers to him internally as [[spoiler:Draco. The name "Draco" is mentioned in the game as the author of a diary. In it, he describes his aggressive approach to survival (which serves as a tutorial for killing monsters). Two of the pages of this diary can be found in Apartment 206, where You "You" lives. There is also an old note to be found in Apartment 205 that warns the reader not to listen to him.]] Although given how much this game relies on the ShrugOfGod, this probably doesn't prove it to be canon.
* BadSamaritan: The main character has to take a Blue Pill and go to sleep in order to visit "The The Man in Blue." Blue. He will supply "You" with a clip of ammo after each visit and can be seen as [[DealWithTheDevil a last resort to get more ammunition]].



* BigBad: The closest thing to one is [[spoiler:the Man in Blue, who tempts and taunts You into staying trapped in his delusions. He supplies You with extra ammo, encouraging aggression and destructive behavior. Mother could also be considered this, seeing as it is implied she is the source of the disease.]]

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* BigBad: The closest thing to one is [[spoiler:the [[spoiler:The Man in Blue, who tempts and taunts You "You" into staying trapped in his delusions. He supplies You "You" with extra ammo, encouraging aggression and destructive behavior. Mother "Mother" could also be considered this, seeing as it is implied she is the source of the disease.]]



* BigGood: The closest thing to one is [[spoiler:the Man Who Wears a Box. He supplies You with food and batteries, encouraging pacifism and healthy behavior.]]

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* BigGood: The closest thing to one is [[spoiler:the [[spoiler:The Man Who Wears a Box. He supplies You "You" with food and batteries, encouraging pacifism and healthy behavior.]]



* BodyHorror: The two types of monsters seem to be formerly humans, faceless and mutated.
* BoomHeadshot: Thinmen-type mutants are most easily killed using this method. Due to the way aiming mechanics work, though, you need to be almost point-blank before you can shoot directly at the head, so be cautious.
* BossBattle: [[spoiler:The only boss battle is at the end when scaring off "Mother".]]
** [[spoiler:Some might also consider "Daddy" a boss, even though you can only run from him.]]

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* BodyHorror: The two types of monsters seem to be formerly former humans, faceless and mutated.
* BoomHeadshot: Thinmen-type Thinman-type mutants are most easily killed using this method. Due to the way aiming mechanics work, though, you need to be almost point-blank before you can shoot directly at the head, so be cautious.
* BossBattle: [[spoiler:The only boss battle is at the end when scaring off "Mother".Mother.]]
** [[spoiler:Some might also consider "Daddy" Daddy a boss, even though you can only run from him.]]



* DancePartyEnding: The Yellow ending.

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* DancePartyEnding: The Yellow ending.Ending.



* DramaticUnmask: If the player obtains the Green ending, it is assumed that [[spoiler:"You" is actually the "Man who Wears a Box"]], but now without the box.

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* DramaticUnmask: If the player obtains the Green ending, Ending, it is assumed that [[spoiler:"You" is actually the "Man who The Man Who Wears a Box"]], Box]], but now without the box.



** The monsters all look like smaller versions of [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] and are even called "thin men". They even cause your screen to [[InterfaceScrew blur and skip]] and make a sort of [[HellIsThatNoise electronic static sound]] as they get closer.

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** The monsters all look like smaller versions of [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] and are even called "thin men"."Thinmen". They even cause your screen to [[InterfaceScrew blur and skip]] and make a sort of [[HellIsThatNoise electronic static sound]] as they get closer.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: [[spoiler: The White-Faced Man is the main representative of the Green ending (as well as the Man Who Wears a Box), which shows the Lone Survivor the truth he's been trying to avoid. For that reason, the Survivor feels deeply uncomfortable whenever he draws near the pale-faced man.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: [[spoiler: The White-Faced Man is the main representative of the Green ending Ending (as well as the The Man Who Wears a Box), which shows the Lone Survivor the truth he's been trying to avoid. For that reason, the Survivor feels deeply uncomfortable whenever he draws near the pale-faced man.]]
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** The monsters all look like smaller versions of [[TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] and are even called "thin men". They even cause your screen to [[InterfaceScrew blur and skip]] and make a sort of [[HellIsThatNoise electronic static sound]] as they get closer.

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** The monsters all look like smaller versions of [[TheSlenderManMythos [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] and are even called "thin men". They even cause your screen to [[InterfaceScrew blur and skip]] and make a sort of [[HellIsThatNoise electronic static sound]] as they get closer.
14th Feb '17 2:56:38 AM UltraWanker
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* WeaponOfChoice: The protagonist comes to a gun shop filled with automatic weaponry and even (somewhat inexplicably) a chainsaw. His statement that his pistol is more "his style" prohibits the player from picking up any of it.
** The player hopes this is simply a case of AwesomeButImpractical being employed, as shotguns are very noisy and could potentially attract all manner of monstrosities towards you.
** However, because the pistol itself is fairly loud anyway and doesn't come with a silencer, its truly a moment of TooDumbToLive. Your character is ''intentionally'' snubbing weapons that increase his chances of survival.
** It's more of a case of RealityIsUnrealistic: using guns you aren't trained in (especially high-recoil ones like shotguns) is an easy way to injure yourself. Swinging a chainsaw around in combat is also a great way to accidently cut your own leg open.

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* WeaponOfChoice: The protagonist comes to a gun shop filled with automatic weaponry and even (somewhat inexplicably) a chainsaw. His statement that his pistol is more "his style" prohibits the player from picking up any of it.
** The player hopes this is simply a case of AwesomeButImpractical being employed,
it. Which can make sense, as shotguns are very noisy and could potentially attract all manner of monstrosities towards you.
** However, because the pistol itself is fairly loud anyway and doesn't come with a silencer, its truly a moment of TooDumbToLive. Your character is ''intentionally'' snubbing weapons that increase his chances of survival.
** It's more of a case of RealityIsUnrealistic:
using guns you aren't trained in (especially high-recoil ones like shotguns) is an easy way to injure yourself. And Swinging a chainsaw around in combat is also a great way to accidently cut your own leg open.
14th Jan '17 10:27:14 AM nombretomado
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* SanityMeter: Albeit an unseen one that affects which ending you get. Several factors raise or lower your sanity, including monsters killed, types of foods/pills consumed, sleep schedule, and the completion of optional sidequests.

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* SanityMeter: SanityMeter:
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Albeit an unseen one that affects which ending you get. Several factors raise or lower your sanity, including monsters killed, types of foods/pills consumed, sleep schedule, and the completion of optional sidequests.



* ShoutOut: When speaking to the Cat Plush, You will sometimes say "[[HelloKitty Hello, kitty]]".
** Chuck the Plant is a common EasterEgg in LucasArts adventure games.
** The room where TMWWA & The Man in Blue reside has a ''TwinPeaks'' theme going on. The Man in Blue launches into a bizarre dance, similar to the series' Dwarf character.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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When speaking to the Cat Plush, You will sometimes say "[[HelloKitty Hello, kitty]]".
** Chuck the Plant is a common EasterEgg in LucasArts Creator/LucasArts adventure games.
** The room where TMWWA & The Man in Blue reside has a ''TwinPeaks'' ''Series/TwinPeaks'' theme going on. The Man in Blue launches into a bizarre dance, similar to the series' Dwarf character.
11th Dec '16 3:16:58 PM Monolaf317
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* {{Home Sweet Home}}: "You" says "Home again." whenever you enter your apartment.

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* {{Home Sweet Home}}: HomeSweetHome: "You" says "Home again." whenever you enter your apartment.



* [[spoiler: TomatoInTheMirror: In the Green Ending, "You" turns into the Man Who Wears A Box, sans box. In the Blue and Red Endings, he turns into The Man in Blue.]]

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* [[spoiler: TomatoInTheMirror: In [[spoiler:In the Green Ending, "You" turns into the Man Who Wears A Box, sans box. In the Blue and Red Endings, he turns into The Man in Blue.]]



* WaxingLyrical: "So you got yourself a gun....[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alabama_3 got yourself a gun]]..."

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* WaxingLyrical: "So you got yourself a gun....gun... [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alabama_3 got yourself a gun]]..."
10th Nov '16 6:20:25 PM DaveKorhal
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* TheMovieBuff: The Director's {{catchphrase}} "We're all in this together." is a quote from the Canadian sitcom ''Series/TheRedGreenShow.'' "Here's looking at you, kid" is from ''Film/{{Casablanca}}'', while "the world is yours" is the slogan from ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. This implies he may be an actual film/TV director.

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* TheMovieBuff: The Director's {{catchphrase}} "We're all in this together." is a quote from the Canadian sitcom ''Series/TheRedGreenShow.'' film ''Film/{{Brazil}}''. "Here's looking at you, kid" is from ''Film/{{Casablanca}}'', while "the world is yours" is the slogan from ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. This implies he may be an actual film/TV director.


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** It's more of a case of RealityIsUnrealistic: using guns you aren't trained in (especially high-recoil ones like shotguns) is an easy way to injure yourself. Swinging a chainsaw around in combat is also a great way to accidently cut your own leg open.
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