History VideoGame / SpaceStation13

26th Mar '17 10:43:46 PM Diesel
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** Worse yet, Traitor Chemists/Scientists can use a machine that spews out their smoke mix of choice ''constantly''.

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** Worse yet, Back then, Traitor Chemists/Scientists can use had a machine that spews spewed out their smoke mix of choice ''constantly''.''constantly''. It was removed because in addition to causing horrible deaths it also causes horrible lag.



* JustEatGilligan: The rarely used Waldo mode, which involves [[WheresWaldo Waldo]] hiding from crew members to accumulate stealth points, which he also loses for every second he's seen by another player. Despite Waldo being a pacifist traitor with nothing but a DecoyGetaway, players almost always tear the station apart from the inside out in order to open the closet in the maintenance corridor he's hiding in and [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill violently murder him]] in ways that cause immense collateral damage, instead of just handcuffing Waldo to a chair and staring at him for the entire round. This may be why Waldo has a Wizard accomplice capable of dramatically overkilling anyone and everyone, to keep some heat off Waldo.

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* JustEatGilligan: The rarely used now defunct Waldo mode, which involves involved [[WheresWaldo Waldo]] hiding from crew members to accumulate stealth points, which he also loses lost for every second he's he was seen by another player. Despite Waldo being a pacifist traitor with nothing but a DecoyGetaway, players almost always tear tore the station apart from the inside out in order to open the closet in the maintenance corridor he's hiding in and [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill violently murder him]] in ways that cause caused immense collateral damage, instead of just handcuffing Waldo to a chair and staring at him for the entire round. This may be why Waldo has had a Wizard accomplice capable of dramatically overkilling anyone and everyone, to keep some heat off Waldo.
25th Mar '17 2:10:24 AM TrustyGun2
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** Engineering has [[Franchise/DeadSpace RIG Suits]], and the telecomms satellite has a pair of semi-unique spacesuits identical to those worn in 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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** Engineering has [[Franchise/DeadSpace RIG Suits]], and the telecomms satellite has a pair of semi-unique spacesuits identical to those worn in 2001: A Space Odyssey.Suits]].



** The station can have up to [[Franchise/AceAttorney two lawyers, one with a blue suit and one with a purple one]].

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** The station can have up to [[Franchise/AceAttorney two lawyers, one with a blue suit and one with a purple one]].one]], with special speechbubbles.



* YourMimeMakesItReal: A mime player can do the invisible wall routine to create an actual invisible wall that blocks other characters. [[BerserkButton And then the mime is torn apart by security players]].

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** Or [[DivineConflict Nar-Sie vs Rat-Var]]
* YourMimeMakesItReal: A mime player can do the invisible wall routine to create an actual invisible wall that blocks other characters. [[BerserkButton And then the mime is torn apart by security players]].players]].
** A traitor item specifically for mimes gives them the ability to shoot bullets and make bigger invisible walls. Silent but deadly indeed.
9th Mar '17 11:20:43 PM imperius
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* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Even though ''all'' crew are astronauts, a variant can occur when some catastrophe renders the entire station incapable of supporting life (e.g. a loose [[NegativeSpaceWedgie singularity]], a massive explosion, a deadly virus, or a summoned EldritchAbomination...). Those not on the main station's Z-level, such as mining outpost crew and space/Gateway explorers, may be completely unaffected by such an event, or even unaware entirely.

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* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Even though ''all'' crew are astronauts, a variant can occur when some catastrophe renders the entire station incapable of supporting life (e.g. a loose [[NegativeSpaceWedgie singularity]], a massive explosion, a deadly virus, or a summoned EldritchAbomination...). Those not on the main station's Z-level, such as mining outpost crew and space/Gateway explorers, may will be completely unaffected by such an event, or even unaware entirely.entirely that anything is wrong.
9th Mar '17 11:19:07 PM imperius
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* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Even though ''all'' crew are astronauts, a variant can occur when some catastrophe renders the entire station incapable of supporting life (e.g. a loose [[NegativeSpaceWedgie singularity]], a massive explosion, a deadly virus, or a summoned EldritchAbomination). Those not on the main station's Z-level, such as mining outpost crew and space/Gateway explorers, may be complete ly unaffected by such an event, or even unaware entirely.

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* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Even though ''all'' crew are astronauts, a variant can occur when some catastrophe renders the entire station incapable of supporting life (e.g. a loose [[NegativeSpaceWedgie singularity]], a massive explosion, a deadly virus, or a summoned EldritchAbomination). EldritchAbomination...). Those not on the main station's Z-level, such as mining outpost crew and space/Gateway explorers, may be complete ly completely unaffected by such an event, or even unaware entirely.
9th Mar '17 11:17:25 PM imperius
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* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Even though ''all crew'' are astronauts, a variant can occur when some catastrophe renders the entire station incapable of supporting life (e.g. a loose [[NegativeSpaceWedgie singularity]], a massive explosion, a deadly virus or a summoned EldritchAbomination). Those not on the main station's Z-level, such as mining outpost crew and space/Gateway explorers may be complete ly unaffected by such an event, or even unaware entirely.

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* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Even though ''all crew'' ''all'' crew are astronauts, a variant can occur when some catastrophe renders the entire station incapable of supporting life (e.g. a loose [[NegativeSpaceWedgie singularity]], a massive explosion, a deadly virus virus, or a summoned EldritchAbomination). Those not on the main station's Z-level, such as mining outpost crew and space/Gateway explorers explorers, may be complete ly unaffected by such an event, or even unaware entirely.
9th Mar '17 11:15:47 PM imperius
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* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Even though ''all crew'' are astronauts, a variant can occur when some catastrophe renders the entire station incapable of supporting life (e.g. a loose [[NegativeSpaceWedgie singularity]], a massive explosion, a deadly virus or a summoned EldritchAbomination). Those not on the main station's Z-level, such as mining outpost crew and space/Gateway explorers may be complete ly unaffected by such an event, or even unaware entirely.
28th Feb '17 10:39:08 AM Sachiko
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** Wizards have an optional [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Marisa]] costume. Additionally, spells in their repertoire include a body-swapping spell with the incantation "[[Manga/DragonBall GIN'YU]] CAPAN", spell to temporarily turn into a huge, muscular monstrosity with the incantation "[[Comi/TheIncredibleHulk BIRUZ BENNAR]]", a [[TabletopGame/{{DungeonsAndDragons}} "chain lightning"]] spell with the incantation [[Series/{{StarWars}} UN'LTD PWAH"]], and a time stopping spell with the incantation [[Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure TOKI WO TOMARE]].

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** Wizards have an optional [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Marisa]] costume. Additionally, spells in their repertoire include a body-swapping spell with the incantation "[[Manga/DragonBall GIN'YU]] CAPAN", spell to temporarily turn into a huge, muscular monstrosity with the incantation "[[Comi/TheIncredibleHulk BIRUZ BENNAR]]", a [[TabletopGame/{{DungeonsAndDragons}} "chain lightning"]] spell with the incantation [[Series/{{StarWars}} "[[Series/{{StarWars}} UN'LTD PWAH"]], PWAH]]", and a time stopping spell with the incantation [[Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure TOKI WO TOMARE]].
28th Feb '17 10:38:25 AM Sachiko
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** Wizards have an optional [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Marisa]] costume. Additionally, spells in their repertoire include a body-swapping spell with the incantation "[[Manga/DragonBall GIN'YU]] CAPAN", a [[TabletopGame/{{DungeonsAndDragons}} "chain lightning"]] spell with the incantation [[Series/{{StarWars}} UN'LTD PWAH"]], and a time stopping spell with the incantation [[Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure TOKI WO TOMARE]].

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** Wizards have an optional [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Marisa]] costume. Additionally, spells in their repertoire include a body-swapping spell with the incantation "[[Manga/DragonBall GIN'YU]] CAPAN", spell to temporarily turn into a huge, muscular monstrosity with the incantation "[[Comi/TheIncredibleHulk BIRUZ BENNAR]]", a [[TabletopGame/{{DungeonsAndDragons}} "chain lightning"]] spell with the incantation [[Series/{{StarWars}} UN'LTD PWAH"]], and a time stopping spell with the incantation [[Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure TOKI WO TOMARE]].
28th Feb '17 10:37:10 AM Sachiko
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** Wizards have an optional [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Marisa]] costume. Additionally, spells in their repertoire include a body-swapping spell with the incantation "[[Manga/DragonBall GIN'YU]] CAPAN". A [[TabletopGame/{{DungeonsAndDragons}} "chain lightning"]] spell with the incantation [[Series/{{StarWars}} UN'LTD PWAH"]], and a time stopping spell with the incantation [[Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure TOKI WO TOMARE]].

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** Wizards have an optional [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Marisa]] costume. Additionally, spells in their repertoire include a body-swapping spell with the incantation "[[Manga/DragonBall GIN'YU]] CAPAN". A CAPAN", a [[TabletopGame/{{DungeonsAndDragons}} "chain lightning"]] spell with the incantation [[Series/{{StarWars}} UN'LTD PWAH"]], and a time stopping spell with the incantation [[Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure TOKI WO TOMARE]].
28th Feb '17 10:36:11 AM Sachiko
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* BonusBoss: Lavaland, /tg/station's version of the mining asteroid, is inhabited by very big and very dangerous lifeforms known as Megafauna. It's very hard to kill them, but if you manage to do so, you will be generously rewarded.



* CompellingVoice: The Colossus megafauna drops an organ called the Voice of God that a player can have implanted with surgery. Being implanted with this organ gives the player the power to make people in their listening range do things like vomit, become mute or even heal their wounds.



** 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"]]

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** Wizards have an optional [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Marisa]] costume. They also have Additionally, spells in their repertoire include a body swapping body-swapping spell in his repertoire. The with the incantation to cast it is "[[Manga/DragonBall GIN'YU]] CAPAN". They also have a spell called A [[TabletopGame/{{DungeonsAndDragons}} called "chain lightning"]] spell with the incantation [[Series/{{StarWars}} UN'LTD PWH"]]PWAH"]], and a time stopping spell with the incantation [[Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure TOKI WO TOMARE]].


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** A player who has been implanted with the Voice of God can, among other things, command people around them to heal their wounds. One of the trigger phrases for this particular command is "[[VideoGame/{{Overwatch}} heroes never die]]".
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