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''Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath'' is the fourth and (for now) final game released by the {{Oddworld}} team. Mostly unrelated to the previous Oddworld games, ''Stranger's Wrath'' focuses on the story of the eponymous Stranger as he makes his living as a BountyHunter and struggles to come up with enough money for a mysterious life-saving operation. ''Stranger's Wrath'' is also different from the three previous games in gameplay- it's an Action/First Person Shooter.

Originally released for the Xbox in 2005, ''Stranger's Wrath'' has seen a recent rerelease as part of the Oddbox on {{Steam}}. An updated rerelease on the Playstation Network is also on the horizon.

Do NOT confuse with ''AsurasWrath''.
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!!Examples
* AbnormalAmmo: Stranger only uses small animals and insects as ammo for his crossbow.
* AlwaysChaoticEvil: The Wolvarks certainly show shades of this.
* AntiHero: Stranger might bring in criminals for a living, [[GoodIsNotNice but that does NOT mean he's a nice guy]]. His way of getting the Sky Carts in Mongo Valley running? Assaulting then threatening the operator. He also has no qualms about [[spoiler:feeding said criminals to his ammo-making bag in the second half of the game.]]
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Without fail, hostile targets will be leaders of their own gang. And without fail, they will all be much, 'much' stronger than their minions. Of course, this could also be a case of AsskickingEqualsAuthority.
* AutomaticCrossbow: Stranger's crossbow goes full auto when he uses Stingbees.
* {{Badass}}: '''Stranger'''. Just Stranger. He has a HealingFactor in the form of ''shaking away the pain''. He's a [[spoiler: Steef]]. Lastly, he's a BountyHunter, but he DoesntLikeGuns, so what does he do? ''He uses a high-powered, double-barreled AutomaticCrossbow that shoots [[AbnormalAmmo small, but deadly, animals.]]'' Heck, one of the Clakkerz and Doc Bandam call him a badass.
* AxCrazy: Elboze Freeley and some other bosses are described as this. The Outlaw kamikazes are also insane.
* BadPowersBadPeople: [[spoiler: Sekto's power is controlling others by latching onto them.]]
* BagOfSpilling: A rare mid-game example: [[spoiler:After Stranger is captured, he is stripped of the upgrades he bought from the Clakkerz. [[DiscardAndDraw He never gets them back, but gets completely new upgrades from the Grubbs]]]]
** [[spoiler: Actually, some of the upgrades the Grubbs give him are purchase-able from the Clakkers, at least ammo upgrades are.]]
* BattleStrip: Stranger, after he gets [[spoiler: captured by Outlaws when he goes upriver from Mongo Valley.]]
* BeeBeeGun: Stingbees are essentially an automatic version of this trope.
* BigBad: [[spoiler: Sekto.]]
* BountyHunter: Stranger. Bounty Hunting appears to be a well-recognized and pursued profession- there are specific stores in every town just for turning in bounties.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler: The original river guardian Steef.]]
* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler: Sekto, whose true form is a helpless squid, swimming in the river he dammed.]]
* CatchPhrase: Stranger has one or two.
-->"Dead 'r alive, yer ass is comin' with me."
* CattlePunk: Most of the early game has a heavy western feel. In fact, every building you can go into in the towns has saloon-style doors.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: In true Oddworld fashion, the final boss, [[spoiler: Sekto]], is this.
* CutsceneBoss: Blisterz Booty, who gets captured in the first cutscene of the game. All you have to do is bounty him.
* DeadCharacterWalking: * If the player enables the invincibility cheat but then falls into a fan, they will remain able to move and attack as continous fountain of LudicrousGibs.
* [[DeadGuyOnDisplay Dead Grubbs On Display]]: The Wolvarks string up some dead Grubbs outside their first facility, possibly as a warning or a threat.
* DieselPunk: Some of the later settings in the game have this feel, but it's nowhere near as prevalent as in the other Oddworld games.
* DoesntLikeGuns: Stranger.
* DownerEnding: The last boss? [[spoiler: It's the other last Steef, who unknown to ''anyone'', was possessed by Sekto, who was BroughtDownToNormal but escaped and swims away in the newly freed river.]]
* DualBoss: The two Gloktigi right before [[spoiler: Sekto]].
* EverythingIsTryingToKillYou: [[spoiler:The Clakkerz turn against Stranger after he's revealed as a Steef since they now want to collect on ''his'' bounty.]]
* EverythingsWorseWithBees: Well, the Stingbees don't make it worse for ''Stranger...''
* EvilMatriarch: Jo' Mamma.
* EvilPoacher: Lefty Lugnutz.
* EvilSoundsDeep: [[spoiler: Sekto's voice is very deep]], and a good number of the Outlaw bosses have pretty deep voices too.
* FangsAreEvil: Every single Outlaw's got 'em.
* FantasyCounterpartCulture: The Grubbs are oppressed Native Americans while the Clakkerz are redneck settlers.
* FisticuffsBoss: D. Caste Raider ([[AllThereInTheManual otherwise unnamed in-game]]) who captures [[spoiler: Stranger]].
* FictionalCurrency: Moolah. Also counts as a GlobalCurrency.
* FlunkyBoss: Most bosses will call out a few more {{Mook}}s at certain points in their fights. At the least, most start out with a small group of enemies backing them up.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: When Stranger enters the Bounty Office for the first time, he says he needs Doc to "fix a problem" [[spoiler:as he scratches his leg]].
* ForTheEvulz: Most of the Outlaws don't seem to have too many reasons for their antics.
* GreenAesop: The Grubbs' fight against [[spoiler:Sekto]] has this kind of message.
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: The Outlaws aren't exactly smart. Hide in the reeds for two seconds and they'll lose track of you. AI aside, the Outlaws are pretty stupid as a rule.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler:The first thing that Stranger does when he's revealed as a Steef is to kill D. Caste Raider and his gang with his bare hands.]]
* HesBack: Stranger has just been [[spoiler: captured, humiliated, revealed to be a Steef and has lost all his gear. After getting away from the outlaws, getting chased out of town and finally finding the Grubbs, what happens? You get your bow back...along with some cool armor and a '''full bag of every type of upgraded ammo you've seen before.''' As you continue to help the Grubbs, you keep getting more and more {{badass}} armor and more upgraded ammo types.]]
* LargeAndInCharge: Every boss is always bigger than their minions.
* LostForever: The Binoculars. Hope you bought them back in Gizzard's Gulch because you'll need them to use the Sniper Wasps [[GuideDangIt much later in the game]].
* MadBomber: X'plosives [=McGee=].
* [[MoneyForNothing Moolah For Nothing]]: There isn't nearly enough to buy to make you run out of cash, even if you capture major bounties dead. Especially because once [[spoiler: Stranger gets captured and outed as a Steef, you never use Moolah again.]]
** It IS actually possible to have 20,000 Moolah by the time you go visit the Doc, you just need to plan your spendings.
* NaturalWeapon: After Stranger is [[spoiler: reveled to be a Steef, he fights off outlaws both with punches and charging attacks he didn't have before.]]
** Obviously, Stranger can just punch enemies at any time, but that's a [[PunchedAcrossTheRoom different trope.]]
* NiceHat: Stranger and a lot of the Outlaws.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Stranger, who seems to be called such by the Clakkerz only because they don't know what else to call him. His real name is never revealed.
* {{Outlaw}}s: Oh yeah.
* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: To get access to the Black Market, Stranger has to ask around town for the password, which turns out to be [[spoiler:Molasses]]. When he actually finds the shop, Stranger ends up mangling the password [[spoiler:"Um, a mole's ass?"]], but the owner decides that it's close enough and lets him in.
* PersonalSpaceInvader: Several ammo types. [[spoiler: Then there's Sekto...]]
* PowerFist: Stranger can buy sets of increasingly deadly brass knuckles at certain points in the game.
* PrisonRape: Looten Duke fears being in a jail cell with Blisterz Booty again.
* PunchedAcrossTheRoom: This happens a lot when you get the upgraded knuckles.
* PuzzleBoss: Many of the major Outlaws are this. Packrat Palooka requires you to shut off his shield and somehow knock him off his stage. Elboze Freely has an obvious weak point on his back, and only shows it if you're above him out of his range.
* RecurringBoss: You fight a total of four Gloktigi inside [[spoiler: Sekto's dam.]]
* RocketJump: Fatty Mc Boomboom's Verticle Slide attack has him launch a rocket at his feet to propel himself into you. [[FatBastard All three hundred pounds of him.]]
* RunningOnAllFours: Stranger will drop to all fours if he runs for long enough. [[spoiler:Particularly amazing considering that his actual legs, or more accurately hooves are tied together.]]
* SelectivelyLethalWeapon: The difference between killing someone with Thudslugs, punches or Zappflies and knocking them out is that a KO takes less damage. Stingbees and Fuzzles are always deadly, however.
* [[WalkItOff Shake It Off]]: Stranger's method of regaining health is to literally shake off the pain and injury.
* ShirtlessScene: Stranger gets one [[spoiler:when he is revealed as the Steef]].
* ShortRangeShotgun: Don't expect Bola Blasts or Riotslugs to do much beyond short range.
* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: The Outlaws you fight get tougher over time, but this actually does make sense [[FridgeBrilliance when you think about it.]] When you move from town to town, you're always going somewhere bigger, ending in a major port and city. Naturally, the Outlaws that could threaten a larger town would be stronger and have bigger power bases.
* SpikesOfVillainy: Some Outlaws wear metal armor covered in spikes.
* SpreadShot: The Bola Blast and Riotslug both do this, one with webs that disable enemies and one with slugs that function like shotgun pellets.
* SuperDrowningSkills: {{Mook}}s have them. Stranger [[SuperNotDrowningSkills does not]].
* ThrowingTheDistraction: Thanks to Chippunks and Howler Punks, this trope has never been easier.
* TomatoInTheMirror:[[spoiler: The Stranger, who is revealed to be The LastOfHisKind as a Steef.]]
** [[spoiler:He's not necessarily the last of his own kind.]]
* TooAwesomeToUse: Generally averted- sure, you've only got about ten Boombats max most of the time, but there'll be more up ahead somewhere. Also averted near the end of the game when [[spoiler: the Grubbs modify Stranger's bounty device and make it generate ammo when you bounty enemies. [[FridgeHorror They're used as food for the ammo.]]]] If you do avoid using some of the weapons, it's because you're trying not to kill your bounties.
* UpdatedRerelease: Now available for PC and the PS3.
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: You can beat up and/or shoot the Clakkerz in town for moolah. You can also do the same to Grubbs later in the game...but they don't give you anything. You monster.
** It's to the point where there's a trophy in the PS3 version that requires you murder a farmer.
** VideoGameCrueltyPunishment: If you terrorize the townschickens enough, they'll retreat into their houses and start shooting at you.
* WeaponOfChoice: A crossbow and his fists for Stranger. Most of the outlaw bosses have their own as well- Packrat Palooka uses missiles and Lefty Lugnutz uses a hunting rifle, just to name a few.
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''Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath'' is the fourth and (for now) final game released by the {{Oddworld}} team. Mostly unrelated to the previous Oddworld games, ''Stranger's Wrath'' focuses on the story of the eponymous Stranger as he makes his living as a BountyHunter and struggles to come up with enough money for a mysterious life-saving operation. ''Stranger's Wrath'' is also different from the three previous games in gameplay- it's an Action/First Person Shooter.

Originally released for the Xbox in 2005, ''Stranger's Wrath'' has seen a recent rerelease as part of the Oddbox on {{Steam}}. An updated rerelease on the Playstation Network is also on the horizon.

Do NOT confuse with ''AsurasWrath''.
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!!Examples
* AbnormalAmmo: Stranger only uses small animals and insects as ammo for his crossbow.
* AlwaysChaoticEvil: The Wolvarks certainly show shades of this.
* AntiHero: Stranger might bring in criminals for a living, [[GoodIsNotNice but that does NOT mean he's a nice guy]]. His way of getting the Sky Carts in Mongo Valley running? Assaulting then threatening the operator. He also has no qualms about [[spoiler:feeding said criminals to his ammo-making bag in the second half of the game.]]
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Without fail, hostile targets will be leaders of their own gang. And without fail, they will all be much, 'much' stronger than their minions. Of course, this could also be a case of AsskickingEqualsAuthority.
* AutomaticCrossbow: Stranger's crossbow goes full auto when he uses Stingbees.
* {{Badass}}: '''Stranger'''. Just Stranger. He has a HealingFactor in the form of ''shaking away the pain''. He's a [[spoiler: Steef]]. Lastly, he's a BountyHunter, but he DoesntLikeGuns, so what does he do? ''He uses a high-powered, double-barreled AutomaticCrossbow that shoots [[AbnormalAmmo small, but deadly, animals.]]'' Heck, one of the Clakkerz and Doc Bandam call him a badass.
* AxCrazy: Elboze Freeley and some other bosses are described as this. The Outlaw kamikazes are also insane.
* BadPowersBadPeople: [[spoiler: Sekto's power is controlling others by latching onto them.]]
* BagOfSpilling: A rare mid-game example: [[spoiler:After Stranger is captured, he is stripped of the upgrades he bought from the Clakkerz. [[DiscardAndDraw He never gets them back, but gets completely new upgrades from the Grubbs]]]]
** [[spoiler: Actually, some of the upgrades the Grubbs give him are purchase-able from the Clakkers, at least ammo upgrades are.]]
* BattleStrip: Stranger, after he gets [[spoiler: captured by Outlaws when he goes upriver from Mongo Valley.]]
* BeeBeeGun: Stingbees are essentially an automatic version of this trope.
* BigBad: [[spoiler: Sekto.]]
* BountyHunter: Stranger. Bounty Hunting appears to be a well-recognized and pursued profession- there are specific stores in every town just for turning in bounties.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler: The original river guardian Steef.]]
* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler: Sekto, whose true form is a helpless squid, swimming in the river he dammed.]]
* CatchPhrase: Stranger has one or two.
-->"Dead 'r alive, yer ass is comin' with me."
* CattlePunk: Most of the early game has a heavy western feel. In fact, every building you can go into in the towns has saloon-style doors.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: In true Oddworld fashion, the final boss, [[spoiler: Sekto]], is this.
* CutsceneBoss: Blisterz Booty, who gets captured in the first cutscene of the game. All you have to do is bounty him.
* DeadCharacterWalking: * If the player enables the invincibility cheat but then falls into a fan, they will remain able to move and attack as continous fountain of LudicrousGibs.
* [[DeadGuyOnDisplay Dead Grubbs On Display]]: The Wolvarks string up some dead Grubbs outside their first facility, possibly as a warning or a threat.
* DieselPunk: Some of the later settings in the game have this feel, but it's nowhere near as prevalent as in the other Oddworld games.
* DoesntLikeGuns: Stranger.
* DownerEnding: The last boss? [[spoiler: It's the other last Steef, who unknown to ''anyone'', was possessed by Sekto, who was BroughtDownToNormal but escaped and swims away in the newly freed river.]]
* DualBoss: The two Gloktigi right before [[spoiler: Sekto]].
* EverythingIsTryingToKillYou: [[spoiler:The Clakkerz turn against Stranger after he's revealed as a Steef since they now want to collect on ''his'' bounty.]]
* EverythingsWorseWithBees: Well, the Stingbees don't make it worse for ''Stranger...''
* EvilMatriarch: Jo' Mamma.
* EvilPoacher: Lefty Lugnutz.
* EvilSoundsDeep: [[spoiler: Sekto's voice is very deep]], and a good number of the Outlaw bosses have pretty deep voices too.
* FangsAreEvil: Every single Outlaw's got 'em.
* FantasyCounterpartCulture: The Grubbs are oppressed Native Americans while the Clakkerz are redneck settlers.
* FisticuffsBoss: D. Caste Raider ([[AllThereInTheManual otherwise unnamed in-game]]) who captures [[spoiler: Stranger]].
* FictionalCurrency: Moolah. Also counts as a GlobalCurrency.
* FlunkyBoss: Most bosses will call out a few more {{Mook}}s at certain points in their fights. At the least, most start out with a small group of enemies backing them up.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: When Stranger enters the Bounty Office for the first time, he says he needs Doc to "fix a problem" [[spoiler:as he scratches his leg]].
* ForTheEvulz: Most of the Outlaws don't seem to have too many reasons for their antics.
* GreenAesop: The Grubbs' fight against [[spoiler:Sekto]] has this kind of message.
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: The Outlaws aren't exactly smart. Hide in the reeds for two seconds and they'll lose track of you. AI aside, the Outlaws are pretty stupid as a rule.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler:The first thing that Stranger does when he's revealed as a Steef is to kill D. Caste Raider and his gang with his bare hands.]]
* HesBack: Stranger has just been [[spoiler: captured, humiliated, revealed to be a Steef and has lost all his gear. After getting away from the outlaws, getting chased out of town and finally finding the Grubbs, what happens? You get your bow back...along with some cool armor and a '''full bag of every type of upgraded ammo you've seen before.''' As you continue to help the Grubbs, you keep getting more and more {{badass}} armor and more upgraded ammo types.]]
* LargeAndInCharge: Every boss is always bigger than their minions.
* LostForever: The Binoculars. Hope you bought them back in Gizzard's Gulch because you'll need them to use the Sniper Wasps [[GuideDangIt much later in the game]].
* MadBomber: X'plosives [=McGee=].
* [[MoneyForNothing Moolah For Nothing]]: There isn't nearly enough to buy to make you run out of cash, even if you capture major bounties dead. Especially because once [[spoiler: Stranger gets captured and outed as a Steef, you never use Moolah again.]]
** It IS actually possible to have 20,000 Moolah by the time you go visit the Doc, you just need to plan your spendings.
* NaturalWeapon: After Stranger is [[spoiler: reveled to be a Steef, he fights off outlaws both with punches and charging attacks he didn't have before.]]
** Obviously, Stranger can just punch enemies at any time, but that's a [[PunchedAcrossTheRoom different trope.]]
* NiceHat: Stranger and a lot of the Outlaws.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Stranger, who seems to be called such by the Clakkerz only because they don't know what else to call him. His real name is never revealed.
* {{Outlaw}}s: Oh yeah.
* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: To get access to the Black Market, Stranger has to ask around town for the password, which turns out to be [[spoiler:Molasses]]. When he actually finds the shop, Stranger ends up mangling the password [[spoiler:"Um, a mole's ass?"]], but the owner decides that it's close enough and lets him in.
* PersonalSpaceInvader: Several ammo types. [[spoiler: Then there's Sekto...]]
* PowerFist: Stranger can buy sets of increasingly deadly brass knuckles at certain points in the game.
* PrisonRape: Looten Duke fears being in a jail cell with Blisterz Booty again.
* PunchedAcrossTheRoom: This happens a lot when you get the upgraded knuckles.
* PuzzleBoss: Many of the major Outlaws are this. Packrat Palooka requires you to shut off his shield and somehow knock him off his stage. Elboze Freely has an obvious weak point on his back, and only shows it if you're above him out of his range.
* RecurringBoss: You fight a total of four Gloktigi inside [[spoiler: Sekto's dam.]]
* RocketJump: Fatty Mc Boomboom's Verticle Slide attack has him launch a rocket at his feet to propel himself into you. [[FatBastard All three hundred pounds of him.]]
* RunningOnAllFours: Stranger will drop to all fours if he runs for long enough. [[spoiler:Particularly amazing considering that his actual legs, or more accurately hooves are tied together.]]
* SelectivelyLethalWeapon: The difference between killing someone with Thudslugs, punches or Zappflies and knocking them out is that a KO takes less damage. Stingbees and Fuzzles are always deadly, however.
* [[WalkItOff Shake It Off]]: Stranger's method of regaining health is to literally shake off the pain and injury.
* ShirtlessScene: Stranger gets one [[spoiler:when he is revealed as the Steef]].
* ShortRangeShotgun: Don't expect Bola Blasts or Riotslugs to do much beyond short range.
* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: The Outlaws you fight get tougher over time, but this actually does make sense [[FridgeBrilliance when you think about it.]] When you move from town to town, you're always going somewhere bigger, ending in a major port and city. Naturally, the Outlaws that could threaten a larger town would be stronger and have bigger power bases.
* SpikesOfVillainy: Some Outlaws wear metal armor covered in spikes.
* SpreadShot: The Bola Blast and Riotslug both do this, one with webs that disable enemies and one with slugs that function like shotgun pellets.
* SuperDrowningSkills: {{Mook}}s have them. Stranger [[SuperNotDrowningSkills does not]].
* ThrowingTheDistraction: Thanks to Chippunks and Howler Punks, this trope has never been easier.
* TomatoInTheMirror:[[spoiler: The Stranger, who is revealed to be The LastOfHisKind as a Steef.]]
** [[spoiler:He's not necessarily the last of his own kind.]]
* TooAwesomeToUse: Generally averted- sure, you've only got about ten Boombats max most of the time, but there'll be more up ahead somewhere. Also averted near the end of the game when [[spoiler: the Grubbs modify Stranger's bounty device and make it generate ammo when you bounty enemies. [[FridgeHorror They're used as food for the ammo.]]]] If you do avoid using some of the weapons, it's because you're trying not to kill your bounties.
* UpdatedRerelease: Now available for PC and the PS3.
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: You can beat up and/or shoot the Clakkerz in town for moolah. You can also do the same to Grubbs later in the game...but they don't give you anything. You monster.
** It's to the point where there's a trophy in the PS3 version that requires you murder a farmer.
** VideoGameCrueltyPunishment: If you terrorize the townschickens enough, they'll retreat into their houses and start shooting at you.
* WeaponOfChoice: A crossbow and his fists for Stranger. Most of the outlaw bosses have their own as well- Packrat Palooka uses missiles and Lefty Lugnutz uses a hunting rifle, just to name a few.
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16th Mar '13 7:03:22 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Badass}}: '''Stranger'''. Just Stranger. He has a HealingFactor in the form of ''shaking away the pain''. He's a [[spoiler: Steef]]. Lastly, he's a BountyHunter, but he DoesntLikeGuns, so what does he do? ''He uses a high-powered, double-barreled AutomaticCrossbow that shoots [[AbnormalAmmo small, but deadly, animals.]]'' Heck, one of the [[EverythingsBetterWithChickens Clakkerz]] and Doc Bandam call him a badass.

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* {{Badass}}: '''Stranger'''. Just Stranger. He has a HealingFactor in the form of ''shaking away the pain''. He's a [[spoiler: Steef]]. Lastly, he's a BountyHunter, but he DoesntLikeGuns, so what does he do? ''He uses a high-powered, double-barreled AutomaticCrossbow that shoots [[AbnormalAmmo small, but deadly, animals.]]'' Heck, one of the [[EverythingsBetterWithChickens Clakkerz]] Clakkerz and Doc Bandam call him a badass.



* EverythingsBetterWithChickens: The Clakkerz are humanoid chickens.
23rd Dec '12 4:20:11 AM Tizoc789
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23rd Dec '12 4:20:01 AM Tizoc789
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** It IS actually possible to have 200,000 Moolah by the time you go visit the Doc, you just need to plan your spendings.

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** It IS actually possible to have 200,000 20,000 Moolah by the time you go visit the Doc, you just need to plan your spendings.
20th Dec '12 8:14:11 PM Kytseo
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** It's to the point where there's a trophy in the PS3 version that requires you murder an apple farmer.

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** It's to the point where there's a trophy in the PS3 version that requires you murder an apple a farmer.
20th Dec '12 8:13:42 PM Kytseo
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** It's to the point where there's a trophy in the PS3 version that requires you murder an apple farmer.
10th Dec '12 5:12:11 AM AceOfScarabs
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* AntiHero: Stranger might bring in criminals for a living, [[GoodIsNotNice but that does NOT mean he's a nice guy]]. His way of getting the Sky Carts in Mongo Valley running? Assaulting then threatening the operator.

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* AntiHero: Stranger might bring in criminals for a living, [[GoodIsNotNice but that does NOT mean he's a nice guy]]. His way of getting the Sky Carts in Mongo Valley running? Assaulting then threatening the operator. He also has no qualms about [[spoiler:feeding said criminals to his ammo-making bag in the second half of the game.]]
10th Dec '12 4:48:23 AM Tizoc789
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* UpdatedRerelease: The upcoming PS3 version.

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* UpdatedRerelease: The upcoming PS3 version.Now available for PC and the PS3.
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* [[MoneyForNothing Moolah For Nothing]]: There isn't nearly enough to buy to make you run out of cash, even if you capture major bounties dead. Especially because once [[spoiler: Stranger gets captured and outed as a Steef, you never use Moolah again.
** It IS actually possible to have 200,000 Moolah by the time you go visit the Doc, you just need to plan your spendings.]]

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* [[MoneyForNothing Moolah For Nothing]]: There isn't nearly enough to buy to make you run out of cash, even if you capture major bounties dead. Especially because once [[spoiler: Stranger gets captured and outed as a Steef, you never use Moolah again.
again.]]
** It IS actually possible to have 200,000 Moolah by the time you go visit the Doc, you just need to plan your spendings.]]
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