History VideoGame / Starbound

22nd May '18 1:29:57 AM ironcommando
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* StarterEquipment: The Broken Broadsword is your starting weapon and it's outclassed by many crafted weapons early on although it has a large range. [[spoiler:Hold onto it until the end of the game and [[UltimateBlacksmith The Baron]] can repair it into the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Protector's Broadsword]].]]
4th May '18 2:23:34 AM ironcommando
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* BloodyBowelsOfHell: The Flesh and [[PlanetHeck Heck]] biomes.
* BloodyMurder: There are aliens that can attack you with their blood vomit.

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* BloodyBowelsOfHell: The Flesh and now-removed [[PlanetHeck Heck]] biomes.
* BloodyMurder: There are aliens that can attack you with their blood vomit.vomit, an example being the Scaveran birds.
4th May '18 1:51:09 AM ironcommando
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* LordBritishPostulate: The Erchius Ghost on moons is supposed to be unharmable and uncapturable by all means, but when it was first introduced players found creative ways to hurt, kill, or even capture it -- via lava, using the Pollen Pump weapon, and capture pods. The devs patched this out rather quickly, however.
2nd May '18 3:14:30 PM NikoMoldova
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** Before the backstory overhaul in version 1.0, the USCM was the main governing body of humans (officially, at least) and had a VERY noticeable distrust of (and disdain for) every other race. The new Earth faction, the [[TheFederation Terrene Protectorate]], is much more inclusive and much less militaristic.
** Occasus fulfills the human supremacist role after they were added in version 1.0. To the point that they [[spoiler: want to [[WouldBeRudeToSayGenocide kill all non-human life in the universe]].]]


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* Retcon: The story in general changed fairly drastically between the beta and version 1.0.
** The tone is a bit LighterAndSofter after 1.0.
** The backstory was overhauled, both to make room for the main storyline and to remove various hanging plot threads (i.e. Greenfingers experiments).
** All races now start as new members of the Terrene Protectorate just before the destruction of the Earth, as opposed to pre-1.0 where each selected race would have a different backstory and Earth had already been destroyed.
2nd May '18 10:58:21 AM DRCEQ
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* BeefGate: There's nothing outright stopping the player from heading to planets intended to be explored in the late game; albeit, it's ([[DiscOneNuke usually]]) a poor idea to do so, as most enemies will likely one shot you with early game armors and equipment.

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* BeefGate: There's nothing outright stopping the player from heading to planets intended to be explored in the late game; albeit, it's ([[DiscOneNuke usually]]) a poor idea to do so, as most enemies will likely one shot you with early game armors and equipment. The player is more likely to die from extreme radiation, heat, or cold before encountering such enemies first though.
2nd May '18 10:15:13 AM TokoWH
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* BeefGate: There's nothing outright stopping the player from heading to planets intended to be explored in the late game; albeit, it's ([[DiscOneNuke usually]]) a poor idea to do so, as most enemies will likely one shot you with early game armors and equipment.


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** While [[BeefGate not exactly the best of ideas]], there's nothing outright ''stopping'' the player from heading to 'mid-to-end-game' planets first and foremost. With enough luck and dodging skills, it's possible for players to get weapons and armor way above what they should be able to have at that point.
2nd May '18 8:05:55 AM TokoWH
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* KleptomaniacHero: Granted, so long as you don't actively destroy any blocks/furniture in the various towns you can find, most town goers don't seem to have a problem with you raiding their crates, chests, cupboards, ''garbage cans''...



* KleptomaniacHero: Granted, so long as you don't actively destroy any blocks/furniture in the various towns you can find, most town goers don't seem to have a problem with you raiding their crates, chests, cupboards, ''garbage cans''...
2nd May '18 8:03:24 AM TokoWH
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* KleptomaniacHero: Granted, so long as you don't actively destroy any blocks/furniture in the various towns you can find, most town goers don't seem to have a problem with you raiding their crates, chests, cupboards, ''garbage cans''...
29th Apr '18 6:28:31 AM TokoWH
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** Canned food. Can be bought from the outpost for a relatively cheap price, will near always fill you up to full and stays fresh for so long that is practically never spoils. Once you have access to the outpost, there's never any reason to hunt for food again.

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** Canned food. Can be bought from the outpost for a relatively cheap price, will near always fill you up to full and stays fresh for so long that is it practically never spoils. Once you have access to the outpost, there's never any reason to hunt for food again.
29th Apr '18 6:27:07 AM TokoWH
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** Canned food. Can be bought from the outpost for a relatively cheap price, will near always fill you up to full and stays fresh for so long that is practically never spoils. Once you have access to the outpost, there's never any reason to hunt for food again.
** While you can unlock other abilities to replace the basic ones you can unlock at the start of the game, the three starting ones you can unlock at the outpost[[note]]A DoubleJump, a dash and a [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} morph ball]][[/note]] are by far the most versatile for any given situation.
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