History VideoGame / TooHuman

17th Apr '17 10:10:11 PM comkiller
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* HotBlooded -- Baldur. Thor is this too LeeroyJenkins levels to the point he nearly tried to get himself and Baldur kill to destroy a dangerous ship despite the fact that Baldur clearly mentioned their deaths would weaken the Aesir's forces

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* HotBlooded -- Baldur. Thor is this too at LeeroyJenkins levels to the point he nearly tried to get himself and Baldur kill killed to destroy a dangerous ship despite the fact that Baldur clearly mentioned their deaths would weaken the Aesir's forces
10th Apr '17 12:52:40 AM MorningStar1337
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* SadlyMythcharacterized: The Jormungandr is a type of massive war machine created by Ymir, of which only one survives to the time of the game. In the original myths, Jormungandr is a gigantic serpent coiling around the world keeping it together, and Ymir is already dead by the time Jormungandr's parents are born.
22nd Mar '17 6:39:10 PM GrammarNavi
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''Too Human'' is the first game in a planned trilogy developed by Creator/SiliconKnights (''VideoGame/EternalDarkness'', ''Blood Omen: VideoGame/LegacyOfKain''). Originally planned as a four-disc UsefulNotes/PlayStation epic, it shifted consoles to the {{Nintendo 64}} when an exclusive partnership was formed between Silicon Knights and Creator/{{Nintendo}}. That didn't happen either, and plans to release it for Gamecube were similarly set aside when the development house began work on ''Eternal Darkness''. After nearly a decade stuck in DevelopmentHell, the game was finally released on UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} in 2008 to unreasonable expectations and largely mediocre reviews and sales -- perhaps due in part to retroactive HypeBacklash (though finicky targeting controls and an unskippable death animation certainly contributed).

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''Too Human'' is the first game in a planned trilogy developed by Creator/SiliconKnights (''VideoGame/EternalDarkness'', ''Blood Omen: VideoGame/LegacyOfKain''). Originally planned as a four-disc UsefulNotes/PlayStation epic, it shifted consoles to the {{Nintendo 64}} UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 when an exclusive partnership was formed between Silicon Knights and Creator/{{Nintendo}}. That didn't happen either, and plans to release it for Gamecube were similarly set aside when the development house began work on ''Eternal Darkness''. After nearly a decade stuck in DevelopmentHell, the game was finally released on UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} in 2008 to unreasonable expectations and largely mediocre reviews and sales -- perhaps due in part to retroactive HypeBacklash (though finicky targeting controls and an unskippable death animation certainly contributed).
12th Mar '17 10:32:23 AM Omnicron13
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* AntiVillain -- Hod.

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* AntiVillain -- Hod. He may have killed Baldur and gone rogue while killing any of the Aesir's forces that went to capture him, but he had been manipulated the whole time and had been trying to kill Loki but was tricked into only seeing Loki through his bionic eye piece. He was actually a quite loyal member of the Aesir who believed the Aesir should be the humans' protectors, but was tricked by Loki into killing Baldur and had only killed anyone else because he was under the delusion the forces that came after him were serving Loki.



* CyberPunk -- Midgard is essentially a CyberPunk world ruled by a MegaCorp, cybernetic augmentation and artificial intelligences are significant technologies.

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* CyberPunk -- Midgard is essentially a CyberPunk world ruled by a MegaCorp, cybernetic augmentation and artificial intelligences intelligence are significant technologies.
11th Mar '17 11:44:39 PM Omnicron13
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* LastBastion: Midgard acts as the last human sanctuary of survival in the wake of the nuclear winter of the world of Too Human and the stronghold of the Aesir to fight against the multitude of threats that are trying to bring it down.
11th Mar '17 10:02:27 PM Omnicron13
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Heavy on the Bitter. The game ends with Hel and Helheim being destroyed causing the deceased from battles to now roam the Earth as ravenous zombies. Balder has avenged his wife's death but now is facing doubts due to being an undead being and the fact the theft of his body from Helheim started the conflict to begin with. Loki is free and has escaped to lead the army of machines and giants against the Aesir. The humans now trust the Aesir far less than the already did before. The game was supposed to be one part of trilogy, but due to legal complications the story ends with a Foregone Conclusion]].

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Heavy on the Bitter.Bitter bordering on just being a downer ending. The game ends with Hel and Helheim being destroyed causing the deceased from battles to now roam the Earth as ravenous zombies. Balder has avenged his wife's death but now is facing doubts due to being an undead being and the fact the theft of his body from Helheim started the conflict to begin with. Loki is free and has escaped to lead the army of machines and giants against the Aesir. The humans now trust the Aesir far less than the already did before. The game was supposed to be one part of trilogy, but due to legal complications the story ends with a Foregone Conclusion]].


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* PyrrhicVictory: Lampshaded by Baldur himself. The Aesir's battle against Helheim may have ended in the death of Hel, but the battle cost the life of Tyr, the only one among the Aesir who could understand the technology of the sentient weapons that the Aesir are at war with, the dead of Helheim now walk the Earth at constantly resurrecting ravenous zombies because of the Niddhog nanomachines, and Loki now runs free to collaborate with the Giants to kick off Ragnarok and destroy Asgard.
22nd Feb '17 1:01:11 PM Omnicron13
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Heavy on the Bitter. The game ends with Hel and Helheim being destroyed causing the deceased from battles to now roam the Earth as ravenous zombies. Balder has avenged his wife's death but now is facing doubts due to being an undead being and the fact the theft of his body from Helheim started the conflict to begin with. Loki is free and has escaped to lead the army of machines and giants against the Aesir. The humans now trust the Aesir less than the already did before. The game was supposed to be one part of trilogy, but due to legal complications the story ends with a Foregone Conclusion]].

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Heavy on the Bitter. The game ends with Hel and Helheim being destroyed causing the deceased from battles to now roam the Earth as ravenous zombies. Balder has avenged his wife's death but now is facing doubts due to being an undead being and the fact the theft of his body from Helheim started the conflict to begin with. Loki is free and has escaped to lead the army of machines and giants against the Aesir. The humans now trust the Aesir far less than the already did before. The game was supposed to be one part of trilogy, but due to legal complications the story ends with a Foregone Conclusion]].



* CondescendingCompassion: Despite having benevolent intentions towards the rest of humanity, the Aesir often come off as considerably haughty and condescending towards the humans they are protecting. They are often shown describing the people under their protection as weak, defenseless, and purposeless masses that are only given structure and purpose by the Aesirs' guidance. This behavior is what causes many human soldiers to join [[BigBad Loki]] in rebellion.

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* CondescendingCompassion: Despite having benevolent intentions towards the rest of humanity, the Aesir often come off as considerably haughty and condescending towards the humans they are protecting. They are often shown describing the people under their protection as weak, defenseless, and purposeless masses that are only given structure structure, definition, and purpose by the Aesirs' guidance. This behavior is what causes many human soldiers to join [[BigBad Loki]] in rebellion. A notable example would be that of Heimdall who argues against Freyr's assertions that the humans would eventually lose hope in the Aesir after seeing how eagerly the Aesir slaughtered Loki's dissenters despite being protectors of humans and the fact the Aesir continue to fail to restore the world from its thousands of years of winter.
22nd Feb '17 12:45:23 PM Omnicron13
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* EvilIsHammy: Loki when he feels he's winning. He even quoted Oppenheimer's "Now I am become death, destroyer of worlds" when he got control of the World Serpent ship.



* HotBlooded -- Baldur.

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* HotBlooded -- Baldur. Thor is this too LeeroyJenkins levels to the point he nearly tried to get himself and Baldur kill to destroy a dangerous ship despite the fact that Baldur clearly mentioned their deaths would weaken the Aesir's forces
22nd Feb '17 12:40:32 PM Omnicron13
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Heavy on the Bitter. The game ends with Hel and Helheim being destroyed causing the deceased from battles to now roam the Earth as ravenous zombies. Balder has avenged his wife's death but now is facing doubts due to being an undead being and the fact the theft of his body from Helheim started the conflict to begin with. Loki is free and has escaped to lead the army of machines and giants against the Aesir. The humans now trust the Aesir less than the already did before. The game was supposed to be one part of trilogy, but due to legal complications the story ends with a ForgoneConclusion]].

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Heavy on the Bitter. The game ends with Hel and Helheim being destroyed causing the deceased from battles to now roam the Earth as ravenous zombies. Balder has avenged his wife's death but now is facing doubts due to being an undead being and the fact the theft of his body from Helheim started the conflict to begin with. Loki is free and has escaped to lead the army of machines and giants against the Aesir. The humans now trust the Aesir less than the already did before. The game was supposed to be one part of trilogy, but due to legal complications the story ends with a ForgoneConclusion]].Foregone Conclusion]].
22nd Feb '17 12:39:43 PM Omnicron13
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Heavy on the Bitter. The game ends with Hel and Helheim being destroyed causing the deceased from battles to now roam the Earth as ravenous zombies. Balder has avenged his wife's death but now is facing doubts due to being an undead being and the fact the theft of his body from Helheim started the conflict to begin with. Loki is free and has escaped to lead the army of machines and giants against the Aesir. The humans now trust the Aesir less than the already did before. The game was supposed to be one part of trilogy, but due to legal complications the story ends with a ForgoneConclusion.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Heavy on the Bitter. The game ends with Hel and Helheim being destroyed causing the deceased from battles to now roam the Earth as ravenous zombies. Balder has avenged his wife's death but now is facing doubts due to being an undead being and the fact the theft of his body from Helheim started the conflict to begin with. Loki is free and has escaped to lead the army of machines and giants against the Aesir. The humans now trust the Aesir less than the already did before. The game was supposed to be one part of trilogy, but due to legal complications the story ends with a ForgoneConclusion.]]ForgoneConclusion]].
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