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10th Jun '16 7:55:06 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Going with the {{Sliders}} version of alternate universes, the Necromorphs are an alternate version of [[Franchise/{{Halo}} Flood]].]]

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[[WMG: Going with the {{Sliders}} ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' version of alternate universes, the Necromorphs are an alternate version of [[Franchise/{{Halo}} Flood]].]]
17th Dec '15 11:36:38 AM FF32
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[[WMG: The necromorph virus is [[SCPFoundation SCP-610]].]]

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[[WMG: The necromorph virus is [[SCPFoundation [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCP-610]].]]
24th Jul '15 1:12:36 AM dvorak
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[[WMG The Plasma Chainsaws from ''Downfall'']]

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[[WMG [[WMG: The Plasma Chainsaws from ''Downfall'']]
24th Jul '15 1:11:41 AM dvorak
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24th Jul '15 1:11:40 AM dvorak
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[[The Plasma Chainsaws from ''Downfall'']]

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[[The [[WMG The Plasma Chainsaws from ''Downfall'']]
24th Jul '15 1:10:43 AM dvorak
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...the failed experiments of an alien race's attempt at creating life. Markers are the alien equivalent of {{TabletopGame/Promethean|TheCreated}}s, drawing necromorphs to them and possibly controlling them, going far beyond human versions which tend to just kill each-other.

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...the failed experiments of an alien race's attempt at creating life. Markers are the alien equivalent of {{TabletopGame/Promethean|TheCreated}}s, drawing necromorphs to them and possibly controlling them, going far beyond human versions which tend to just kill each-other.each-other.

[[The Plasma Chainsaws from ''Downfall'']]
...are how the plasma cutter is ''supposed to'' work. The "weapons" are tools that have been jury-rigged into guns; usually by breaking the safety switches. Keep in mind that the Ripper probably isn't supposed to shoot sawblades like frisbees either...
17th Jul '15 8:01:02 PM justanid
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[[WMG: Necromorphs are [[TabletopGame/PrometheanTheCreated Pandorans]]...]]
...the failed experiments of an alien race's attempt at creating life. Markers are the alien equivalent of {{TabletopGame/Promethean|TheCreated}}s, drawing necromorphs to them and possibly controlling them, going far beyond human versions which tend to just kill each-other.
14th Jun '15 1:00:23 PM Morgenthaler
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[[WMG: [[http://deadspace.wikia.com/wiki/Concordance_Extraction_Corporation Concordance Extraction Corporation]], owner of the ''Ishimura'', is a future version of Clamp Enterprises from ''Gremlins2TheNewBatch''.]]

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[[WMG: [[http://deadspace.wikia.com/wiki/Concordance_Extraction_Corporation Concordance Extraction Corporation]], owner of the ''Ishimura'', is a future version of Clamp Enterprises from ''Gremlins2TheNewBatch''.''Film/Gremlins2TheNewBatch''.]]
15th May '15 9:42:05 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Going with the {{Sliders}} version of alternate universes, the Necromorphs are an alternate version of [[{{Halo}} Flood]].]]

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[[WMG: Going with the {{Sliders}} version of alternate universes, the Necromorphs are an alternate version of [[{{Halo}} [[Franchise/{{Halo}} Flood]].]]
5th May '15 10:56:43 PM RemiV
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*This Troper has seen Dead Space as a dark alt universe to Mass Effect. The Brethren Moons (and their Markers) are extremely similar to the Reapers. They are capable of altering the minds of sentient beings. Reapers cause subjects to become loyal to them, Brethren Moons (and their Markers) cause subjects to worship them, commit suicide, or commit homicide. Both use sentient organic matter to construct more of themselves. Both create zombie-like ground troops from affected victims, sometimes by even combining multiple victims into 1 thing. Both appear to wipe out civilizations that face extinction anyway; the Reapers appear when synthetic life threatens to wipe out organic life, and the Brethren Moons appear when a civilization is running out of resources. Also Isaac Clarke seems to be the complete opposite of Commander Shepard. Shepard managed to unite the races of the galaxy to defeat the Reapers, is a highly trained and experienced Special Operations [[Space Marine]] who works for SPECTER and the human Space Navy, is highly charismatic, and is seemingly unaffected by Reaper Indoctrination. Isaac, on the other hand, can never keep even a small team together and united (usually those around him die or leave him), is only a fairly talented/experienced systems engineer for the CEC, often has to try very hard to get people to listen to him, and is heavily affected by Marker/Moon signals that are driving him homicidally/suicidally insane. Sherpard jumps at the call to save the galaxy, while Isaac has to be nearly dragged kicking and screaming back into action. In Mass Effect, humans manage to contact other sentient species and form an alliance that ultimately save the galaxy. In Dead Space, humans never found any intelligent life due to the Brethren Moons having already killed/eaten them all. In both Mass Effect and Dead Space, the giant monster/civilization destroyers invade/attack Earth after being encountered several times out in space. On a smaller level, the mission is Mass Effect 1 where you investigate a ship's distress call, only to encounter crazed passengers or a horde of husks is extremely similar to how Dead Space 1 plays out.
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