History Videogame / Dishonored

24th May '17 5:00:57 PM Ghilz
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** [[spoiler:Hiram intentionally brought the plague to Dunwall, hoping it would kill off the poor and homeless. However he failed to anticipate the rats inevitably multiplying, and the quarantines failing. Its not like the rats were just going to go away on their, or that people, sick or not, would want to stay in plague ridden areas.]]

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** [[spoiler:Hiram intentionally brought the plague to Dunwall, hoping it would kill off the poor and homeless. However he failed to anticipate the rats inevitably multiplying, and the quarantines failing. Its not like the rats were just going to go away on their, their own or that people, sick or not, would want to stay in plague ridden areas.]]
24th May '17 12:15:34 PM PlasmaTalon
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** [[spoiler: Hiram intentionally brought the plague to Dunwall, hoping it would kill off the poor and homeless. However things quickly spiraled out of control as the rats carrying it began to multiply and people escaped quarantine.]]

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** [[spoiler: Hiram [[spoiler:Hiram intentionally brought the plague to Dunwall, hoping it would kill off the poor and homeless. However things quickly spiraled out of control as he failed to anticipate the rats carrying it began to multiply inevitably multiplying, and people escaped quarantine.the quarantines failing. Its not like the rats were just going to go away on their, or that people, sick or not, would want to stay in plague ridden areas.]]
18th May '17 11:13:04 AM LentilSandEater
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* TechnicallyLivingZombie: Weepers aren't the undead, but the last stage of a painful disease that robs them of their mind while they rot from the inside out. They're still people, which is probably why the game docks you a killing point even if you kill them. And you can still use the Heart to hear their sad stories, and terrible thoughts they're having.

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* TechnicallyLivingZombie: Weepers aren't the undead, but the last stage of a painful disease that robs them of their mind while they rot from the inside out. They're still people, which is probably why the game docks you a killing point even if you kill them. And you can still use the Heart to hear their sad stories, and terrible thoughts they're having. [[spoiler: In the best ending it looks like a cure is found.]]
6th Apr '17 11:27:18 AM Psychopompos007
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* ChekhovsArmy: Emily, Campbell, Burrows, Sokolov, Daud, and Curnow are all first encountered during the prologue.
6th Apr '17 9:17:23 AM Malady
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17th Mar '17 2:13:53 AM ShorinBJ
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** If you modified a Arc that then fried a enemy, you can bet money on other enemies walking straight towards it to investigate until the Arc runs out of Oil. For more fun, hope that there is a whale oil refiller is close-by.

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** If you modified a Arc that then fried a enemy, you can bet money on other enemies walking straight towards it to investigate until the Arc runs out of Oil. For more fun, hope that there is a whale oil refiller is close-by.close by.
7th Mar '17 11:57:03 AM JulianLapostat
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* AerithAndBob: The game mixes names from a variety of cultures. Some classically English names (Hiram Burrows, Farley Havelock, Custis, Trevor, Callista, Emily), some Anglo-American names (Samuel Beechworth, Billie Lurke, Teague Martin) with real world names from other settings such as the Italian sounding Piero and Corvo (the latter is more often used as a surname than a first name); Russian-Eastern European Anton, and in the case of Daud, an Arabic variation of David. The most purely fantastic name in the series is Jessamine Kaldwin, the Empress.

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* AerithAndBob: The game mixes names from a variety of cultures. Some classically English names (Hiram Burrows, Farley Havelock, Custis, Trevor, Callista, Emily), some Anglo-American names (Samuel Beechworth, Billie Lurke, Teague Martin) with real world names from other settings such as the Italian sounding Piero and Corvo (the latter is more often used as a surname than a first name); Russian-Eastern European Anton, and in the case of Daud, an Arabic variation of David. The most purely fantastic name in the series is Jessamine Kaldwin, is likewise an Old English variant of the Empress.Jasmine flower.
18th Feb '17 10:35:04 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Rats would certainly not be capable of stripping a body to nothingness in seconds unless there were a LOT more than twenty or so. The rats are stated to be a foreign species specifically adapted to be swarming predators. Also, they were found on a forbidden continent with [[EverythingTryingToKillYou other nightmarish creatures that supposedly make being eaten alive by rats seem fun in comparison]].

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: ArtisticLicenseBiology:
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Rats would certainly not be capable of stripping a body to nothingness in seconds unless there were a LOT more than twenty or so. The rats are stated to be a foreign species specifically adapted to be swarming predators. Also, they were found on a forbidden continent with [[EverythingTryingToKillYou other nightmarish creatures that supposedly make being eaten alive by rats seem fun in comparison]].comparison]].
** According to this game, choking someone for about 3 seconds is enough to make them instantly fall asleep.
13th Feb '17 7:29:40 PM ZuTheSkunk
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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Friendly NPCs never seem to question it if you walk around them with a (potentially beating) human heart in your hand.

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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Friendly NPCs [=NPCs=] never seem to question it if you walk around them with a (potentially beating) human heart in your hand.
13th Feb '17 7:28:30 PM ZuTheSkunk
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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Friendly NPCs never seem to question it if you walk around them with a (potentially beating) human heart in your hand.
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