History VideoGame / SpaceStation13

7th Jul '16 12:23:52 PM MKcyborg
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* DealWithTheDevil: One mode involves at least one devil disguised (at first) as a crew member trying to get the souls of other crew members through contracts. As a devil gets more souls, its appearance becomes more demonic and it becomes more powerful. Each devil also has a ban (something it cannot do), an obligation (something it must always do), and a bane (a physical weakness).


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** A rival Elder God by the name of Ratvar, the Clockwork Justiciar, is a similar being summoned by a [[ReligionOfEvil rival cult]] to Nar-Sie's worshipers, although it has more of a MechanicalAbomination motif. Ratvar is just as dangerous to the crew as Nar-sie.
6th Jul '16 1:16:45 AM Gorank
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* KillItWithFire: Happens to the whole station on a regular basis. The primary wekaness of both blobs and changelings is also good old fire.

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* KillItWithFire: Happens to the whole station on a regular basis. The primary wekaness weakness of both blobs and changelings is also good old fire.
16th Jun '16 3:16:17 PM Wyvernil
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* BoltOfDivineRetribution: Just ''try'' farting on the chaplain's bible. The results aren't pretty.



* {{Gasshole}}: Just about everyone on the station. Knocking people over and farting in their faces is just how the station crew say "hello".

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* {{Gasshole}}: Just about everyone on the station. Knocking people over and farting in their faces is just how the station crew say "hello". Just be careful doing it to the [[BoltOfDivineRetribution chaplain]]...
16th Jun '16 3:12:51 PM Wyvernil
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* {{Gasshole}}: Just about everyone on the station. Knocking people over and farting in their faces is just how the station crew say "hello".
21st May '16 9:10:57 PM Specyalic
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*** [[LawfulEvil "Tyrant"]]

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*** [[LawfulEvil [[MightMakesRight "Tyrant"]]



*BenevolentAI: Some weirder AI players will attempt to follow the spirit of the law, and look out after the crew
**As with the evil laws, this playstyle is {{Invoked}} by certain AI modules
***[[LawfulGood PALADIN]]
***[[ShoutOut Robo-officer]]



**{{Averted}} by the Tesla Engine, it is much less likely to be released, and it doesn't damage the stations hull as much, {{DoubleSubverted}} when released on purpose, since it's tesla bolts deliberately home in on people, and it can cause [[ExplosiveInstrumentation electronics to explode star trek style]]. It doesn't help that some engineers using it [[OhCrap alongside the singularity



** Wizards have an optional [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Marisa]] costume. They also have a body swapping spell in his repertoire. The incantation to cast it is "[[Manga/DragonBall GIN'YU]] CAPAN".

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** Wizards have an optional [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Marisa]] costume. They also have a body swapping spell in his repertoire. The incantation to cast it is "[[Manga/DragonBall GIN'YU]] CAPAN". They also have a spell called [[TabletopGame/{{DungeonsAndDragons}} called "chain lightning"]] with the incantation [[Series/{{StarWars}} UN'LTD PWH"]]
19th May '16 9:07:52 AM Kulsprutejojjo
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** Traitors can order an item called a Holoparasite Injector, which gives the user a player-controlled holoparasite to aid and protect them. [[Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure They all take the shape of a typical stand, complete with a unique name for every one of them]]. There is even an alternate item for spawning them in the form of a deck of tarot cards.
17th May '16 3:37:42 AM Sulris
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* PyrrhicVictory: It's perfectly possible for a gang to take over the station and win the round, despite all of it's members being dead, if their enemies succeed in wiping out the gang, but fail to find and/or destroy their dominator.
** Averted in the case of nuclear operatives - if they succeed in nuking the station, but die in the process (for example, [[TooDumbToLive by forgetting to move their shuttle out of the blast radius]]), they are not considered the victors - instead, the round ends in a draw.
14th May '16 9:09:15 PM nombretomado
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** This is more due to the inability of the average traitor then the average crew. A traitor who inherited their stuff from MacGyver will frequently destabilize the entire station so quickly that the station will find itself abandoned in 15 minutes.

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** This is more due to the inability of the average traitor then the average crew. A traitor who inherited their stuff from MacGyver [=MacGyver=] will frequently destabilize the entire station so quickly that the station will find itself abandoned in 15 minutes.
9th May '16 7:22:00 AM demonfiren
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** Surprisingly, averted with gatling lasers - they have a "mere" 5000 rounds in their batteries. This, however, translates into 100,000 points total in burn damage.

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** Surprisingly, averted with gatling lasers - they have a "mere" 5000 rounds in their batteries. This, however, translates into 100,000 points total in burn damage.damage - more than enough to kill just about anything.
9th May '16 6:54:41 AM demonfiren
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** Surprisingly, averted with gatling lasers - they have a "mere" 5000 rounds in their batteries. This, however, translates into 100,000 points total in burn damage.
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