History VideoGame / NetHack

14th Mar '17 11:38:59 AM morenohijazo
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* BasiliskAndCockatrice: Cockatrices appear here. If you hear the cockatrice's hiss or are touched by a living cockatrice there's a chance that you'll slowing start [[TakenForGranite turning to stone]]; this can be cancelled by [[spoiler:eating a lizard corpse or eating/drinking something acid]]. Touching a cockatrice (living or dead) with your bare skin will ''[[OneHitKill instantly]]'' turn you to stone. Gloved characters can take advantage of this by picking up a cockatrice corpse [[ImprovisedWeapon and using it to bash monsters]] (in which case ''[=NetHack=]'' players will call it a [[FanNickname "rubber chicken"]]). But keep in mind that gloved monsters can ''also'' pick up a cockatrice corpse and use it against you.
** The variant ''Slash'EM'' also has the basilisk, which is basically the same as the cockatrice, except that it doesn't hiss and its corpse it too big to use as an Improvised Weapon.
28th Jan '17 9:23:08 PM magicalfeyfenny
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** If you tell a vault guard your name is Croesus, he will assume you are ''the'' Croesus, his boss, and (if the real Croesus is still alive) will let you get back to stealing all his gold. Even if you're the wrong gender and/or the wrong ''species'' to pass as Croesus. You can also deter the guard by being unable to speak (he leaves, saying "I'll be back when you're ready to speak to me!") or by eating a mimic corpse while hallucinating, which disguises you as an orange: [[RuleOfFunny "Hey! Who left that orange in here?"]].

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** If you tell a vault guard your name is Croesus, he will assume you are ''the'' Croesus, his boss, and (if the real Croesus is still alive) will let you get back to stealing all his gold. Even if you're the wrong gender and/or the wrong ''species'' to pass as Croesus. This is justified by the ability to change form and gender being present and common enough that the master of Fort Ludios would have it as his disposal. You can also deter the guard by being unable to speak (he leaves, saying "I'll be back when you're ready to speak to me!") or by eating a mimic corpse while hallucinating, which disguises you as an orange: [[RuleOfFunny "Hey! Who left that orange in here?"]].
23rd Jan '17 2:08:26 AM AceOfScarabs
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* ClothingDamage: Corrosive attacks can burn, rust, rot, and corrode your equipment. ''Fooproofing'' your gear prevents this. Being forced to shapeshift into something bigger will destroy your clothing too.

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* ClothingDamage: Corrosive attacks can burn, rust, rot, and corrode your equipment.equipment, and under some circumstances it can be destroyed, for example, being struck by a Force Bolt or wand of Striking when wearing something made of crystal could cause it to shatter. ''Fooproofing'' your gear prevents this. Being forced to shapeshift polymorph into something a bigger creature will destroy your clothing too.



* YetAnotherStupidDeath: The TropeNamer.

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* YetAnotherStupidDeath: The TropeNamer. While it is possible to be merely surrounded and overpowered by fearsomely strong monsters, sometimes you might just fall prey to some lowly humanoid who happens to have found a wand of Death and zaps you with it, for example.
22nd Jan '17 7:39:54 PM Quanyails
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** Experienced players will sometimes ''waste'' wishes. The most egregious example I've seen was from an ascention where someone playing an Elven Priestess reached the Castle and got a 0:1 Wand of Wishing without either poison or fire resistance. Her four wishes: 2 blessed scolls of charging, 2 blessed tins green dragon meat (poison resistance), 2 blessed tins of red dragon meat (fire resistance), and a tin opener. That player still had one wish in reserve that they didn't need to use.
22nd Jan '17 7:36:41 PM Quanyails
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* LevelGrinding: The "pudding farming" method allows you to collect massive amounts of hit points--as well as really good loot.[[Note]]This no longer applies as of version 3.6[[/Note]]

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* LevelGrinding: The Before version 3.6, the "pudding farming" method allows allowed you to collect massive amounts of hit points--as well as really good loot.[[Note]]This no longer applies as of version 3.6[[/Note]]
22nd Jan '17 7:00:14 PM AceOfScarabs
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* ClothingDamage: Corrosive attacks can burn, rust, rot, and corrode your equipment. ''Fooproofing'' your gear prevents this. Being forced to shapeshift into something bigger will destroy your clothing too.


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* ShapeshiftingExcludesClothing: For the most part, unless it's ''magical'' Dragon Scale Mail.
22nd Jan '17 6:56:37 PM AceOfScarabs
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You can play it online [[http://alt.org/nethack/ here]].

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You can play it online [[http://alt.org/nethack/ here]], and get it for Android OS [[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tbd.NetHack here]].
22nd Jan '17 6:19:56 PM Quanyails
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** And if the monster is a domestic type, (cats, dogs, horses) you can throw food at the non tame ones to tame them. If you throw food that they don't eat (fruit to cats and dogs, meat to horses) then that will make them peaceful if they were hostile, and hostile if they were peaceful (due to them being irritated at you pelting them with food)

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** And if the monster is a domestic type, (cats, dogs, horses) you can throw food at the non tame non-tame ones to tame them. If you throw food that they don't eat (fruit to cats and dogs, meat to horses) then that will make them peaceful if they were hostile, and hostile if they were peaceful (due to them being irritated at you pelting them with food)
29th Dec '16 12:39:24 PM DavidDelony
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''[=NetHack=]'' is cross-platform; it's safe to bet that if you're using an operating system that's still being developed, there's a port for it. In fact, Linux distributions tend to feature ports of it in their software repositories, and anyone with the proper programming skills can make ports or modifications because it is free and open-source software, released under the terms of the ''[=NetHack=]'' General Public License.

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''[=NetHack=]'' is cross-platform; it's safe to bet that if you're using an operating system that's still being developed, developed (and even if it isn't), there's a port for it. In fact, Linux distributions tend to feature ports of it in their software repositories, and anyone with the proper programming skills can make ports or modifications because it is free and open-source software, released under the terms of the ''[=NetHack=]'' General Public License.
4th Dec '16 1:06:12 PM nombretomado
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* AnachronismStew: Let's see... playable characters include an Franchise/IndianaJones-inspired AdventurerArchaeologist, a ConanTheBarbarian-style BarbarianHero, a [[OneMillionBC caveman]], a [[EverythingsBetterWithSamurai Samurai]], and a HawaiianShirtedTourist complete with a credit card (used to pick locks). Items and enemies include traditional staples like [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons]], [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demons]] and [[OurGiantsAreBigger Giants]], but also included are things like [[Film/{{Tron}} Grid Bugs]], [[GeniusBonus Quantum Mechanics]], and Jabberwocks. Finally, plastic, while fairly uncommon, isn't unknown either.

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* AnachronismStew: Let's see... playable characters include an Franchise/IndianaJones-inspired AdventurerArchaeologist, a ConanTheBarbarian-style Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian-style BarbarianHero, a [[OneMillionBC caveman]], a [[EverythingsBetterWithSamurai Samurai]], and a HawaiianShirtedTourist complete with a credit card (used to pick locks). Items and enemies include traditional staples like [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons]], [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demons]] and [[OurGiantsAreBigger Giants]], but also included are things like [[Film/{{Tron}} Grid Bugs]], [[GeniusBonus Quantum Mechanics]], and Jabberwocks. Finally, plastic, while fairly uncommon, isn't unknown either.
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