History VideoGame / Pathologic

15th Sep '17 5:44:02 PM Ficus3
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* OrganDrops: They're only available to the Haruspex, since [[JustifiedTrope he's the only one who knows how to]] [[{{Squick}} cut them out]].



* OrganDrops: They're only available to the Haruspex, since [[JustifiedTrope he's the only one who knows how to]] [[{{Squick}} cut them out]].
15th Sep '17 5:37:15 PM Ficus3
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* [[OurCryptidsAreMoreMysterious Our Cats Are More Transparent]]: The mythical Transparent Cat, of course. You can see his interior!


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* [[OurCryptidsAreMoreMysterious Our Cats Are More Transparent]]: The mythical Transparent Cat, of course. You can see his interiors!
15th Sep '17 5:31:40 PM Ficus3
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*[[OurCryptidsAreMoreMysterious Our Cats Are More Transparent]]: The mythical Transparent Cat, of course. You can see his interior!
15th Sep '17 2:17:37 PM Ficus3
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** Sometimes it is also just called "The Town" or, in Russian, "Город"(Gorod). It's also often referred to as "Town-On-Gorkhon" ("Город-на-Горхоне") (The Gorkhon being the main river that runs through the town.)

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** Sometimes it is also just called "The Town" or, in Russian, "Город"(Gorod). It's also often referred to as "Town-On-Gorkhon" ("Город-на-Горхоне") ("Город-на-Горхоне" Gorod-Na-Gorkhonye) (The Gorkhon being the main river that runs through the town.)


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* GratuitousLatin: The Bachelor really likes to show off that he is educated.
15th Sep '17 2:07:51 PM Ficus3
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** Sometimes it is also just called "The Town" or, in Russian, "Город"(Gorod). It's also often referred to as "Town-On-Gorkhon" (The Gorkhon being the main river that runs through the town.)

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** Sometimes it is also just called "The Town" or, in Russian, "Город"(Gorod). It's also often referred to as "Town-On-Gorkhon" ("Город-на-Горхоне") (The Gorkhon being the main river that runs through the town.)
15th Sep '17 1:59:30 PM Ficus3
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** Sometimes it is also just called "The Town" or, in Russian, "Город"(Gorod). It's also often referred to as "Town-On-Gorkhon" (The Gorkhon being the main river that runs through the town.)
13th Sep '17 6:24:37 AM jormis29
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The second storyline is that of a Haruspex, Artemiy Burakh, (pronounced "ahr-TYEH-mee BOO-rakh", with the "kh" sound like the "ch" in Bach or loch). He is one of very few people allowed the knowledge and right to cut open dead human bodies. His father shared his profession and lived in the town, but died recently, and his son was called to take his father's place. However, the people believe that he killed his father, horseing him to dodge angry mobs.

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The second storyline is that of a Haruspex, Artemiy Burakh, (pronounced "ahr-TYEH-mee BOO-rakh", with the "kh" sound like the "ch" in Bach or loch). He is one of very few people allowed the knowledge and right to cut open dead human bodies. His father shared his profession and lived in the town, but died recently, and his son was called to take his father's place. However, the people believe that he killed his father, horseing forcing him to dodge angry mobs.



* NoodleIncident: Recent February Revolt, which was mentioned a couple of times. And Andrei mentions during his first meeting with Dankovsky some student revolts, in which they both took part. Russian players usually identify the first with The February Revolution in 1917 and the latter with the Revolution of 1905, where one of the leading horses was revolutionary students and professorate. But since it's PurelyAestheticEra, well...

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* NoodleIncident: Recent February Revolt, which was mentioned a couple of times. And Andrei mentions during his first meeting with Dankovsky some student revolts, in which they both took part. Russian players usually identify the first with The February Revolution in 1917 and the latter with the Revolution of 1905, where one of the leading horses forces was revolutionary students and professorate. But since it's PurelyAestheticEra, well...



* RefugeInAudacity On Klara's route, when she tries to trick the Kains (of all people) by using her ability to [[spoiler: horse people to tell the truth]] on them. She is already skating on thin ice with the hostile Kains (they even have a bounty on her head); what she doesn't realise is that they knew exactly what she was doing and played along. When Klara tries it on Maria a second time, she's immediately called out. However, Maria is so amused by the fumbling and naive conviction she wouldn't be noticed that she decides to reward Klara's sheer nerve and let her go.

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* RefugeInAudacity On Klara's route, when she tries to trick the Kains (of all people) by using her ability to [[spoiler: horse force people to tell the truth]] on them. She is already skating on thin ice with the hostile Kains (they even have a bounty on her head); what she doesn't realise is that they knew exactly what she was doing and played along. When Klara tries it on Maria a second time, she's immediately called out. However, Maria is so amused by the fumbling and naive conviction she wouldn't be noticed that she decides to reward Klara's sheer nerve and let her go.



** To top it all off, the [[JudgeJuryAndExecutioner Inquisitor]] and their horses are poised to arrive the next day, and if you can't stop the disease by then, they are likely to take the reins themselves and destroy the plague [[ItsTheOnlyWayToBeSure at any cost]].

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** To top it all off, the [[JudgeJuryAndExecutioner Inquisitor]] and their horses forces are poised to arrive the next day, and if you can't stop the disease by then, they are likely to take the reins themselves and destroy the plague [[ItsTheOnlyWayToBeSure at any cost]].
12th Sep '17 11:15:09 AM SoylentGray
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The second storyline is that of a Haruspex, Artemiy Burakh, (pronounced "ahr-TYEH-mee BOO-rakh", with the "kh" sound like the "ch" in Bach or loch). He is one of very few people allowed the knowledge and right to cut open dead human bodies. His father shared his profession and lived in the town, but died recently, and his son was called to take his father's place. However, the people believe that he killed his father, forcing him to dodge angry mobs.

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The second storyline is that of a Haruspex, Artemiy Burakh, (pronounced "ahr-TYEH-mee BOO-rakh", with the "kh" sound like the "ch" in Bach or loch). He is one of very few people allowed the knowledge and right to cut open dead human bodies. His father shared his profession and lived in the town, but died recently, and his son was called to take his father's place. However, the people believe that he killed his father, forcing horseing him to dodge angry mobs.



* ArrangedMarriage: [[spoiler: Is promised for Capella and Khan, who are from Kain and Olgimskiy families respectively.]]

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* ArrangedMarriage: [[spoiler: Is promised for Capella Khan and Khan, Capella, who are from Kain and Olgimskiy families respectively.]]



* NoodleIncident: Recent February Revolt, which was mentioned a couple of times. And Andrei mentions during his first meeting with Dankovsky some student revolts, in which they both took part. Russian players usually identify the first with The February Revolution in 1917 and the latter with the Revolution of 1905, where one of the leading forces was revolutionary students and professorate. But since it's PurelyAestheticEra, well...

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* NoodleIncident: Recent February Revolt, which was mentioned a couple of times. And Andrei mentions during his first meeting with Dankovsky some student revolts, in which they both took part. Russian players usually identify the first with The February Revolution in 1917 and the latter with the Revolution of 1905, where one of the leading forces horses was revolutionary students and professorate. But since it's PurelyAestheticEra, well...



* RefugeInAudacity On Klara's route, when she tries to trick the Kains (of all people) by using her ability to [[spoiler: force people to tell the truth]] on them. She is already skating on thin ice with the hostile Kains (they even have a bounty on her head); what she doesn't realise is that they knew exactly what she was doing and played along. When Klara tries it on Maria a second time, she's immediately called out. However, Maria is so amused by the fumbling and naive conviction she wouldn't be noticed that she decides to reward Klara's sheer nerve and let her go.

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* RefugeInAudacity On Klara's route, when she tries to trick the Kains (of all people) by using her ability to [[spoiler: force horse people to tell the truth]] on them. She is already skating on thin ice with the hostile Kains (they even have a bounty on her head); what she doesn't realise is that they knew exactly what she was doing and played along. When Klara tries it on Maria a second time, she's immediately called out. However, Maria is so amused by the fumbling and naive conviction she wouldn't be noticed that she decides to reward Klara's sheer nerve and let her go.



** To top it all off, the [[JudgeJuryAndExecutioner Inquisitor]] and their forces are poised to arrive the next day, and if you can't stop the disease by then, they are likely to take the reins themselves and destroy the plague [[ItsTheOnlyWayToBeSure at any cost]].

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** To top it all off, the [[JudgeJuryAndExecutioner Inquisitor]] and their forces horses are poised to arrive the next day, and if you can't stop the disease by then, they are likely to take the reins themselves and destroy the plague [[ItsTheOnlyWayToBeSure at any cost]].
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