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1st Feb '15 12:16:41 AM Hireas
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** In Doom 3, nearly everyone turns into zombies, except Doom Guy, and a hand full of stragglers, despite the fact that Hell had ample opportunity to turn him into one, and even the ghost like things at the beginning don't posses him.
7th Sep '14 8:38:09 AM sarais
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* No, really. It makes perfect sense! In the Doom Universe, nearly everyone is atheist, and thus does not notice the Rapture. The Battle of Good and Evil starts, and, in case you do not remember, Jesus actually was fighting evil! But, without swords and horses, but Miniguns and BFGS!
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* No, really. It makes perfect sense! In the Doom Universe, nearly everyone is atheist, and thus does not notice the Rapture. The Battle of Good and Evil starts, and, in case you do not remember, Jesus actually was fighting evil! But, without swords and horses, but Miniguns and BFGS!BFGS! [[WMG: DOOM takes place in the same universe as CryOfFear and AfraidOfMonsters]] *Think about it ** AOMDC: Overdose ** COF: Depression ** DOOM: Blindness
1st Aug '14 8:49:16 AM TrustyGun
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* No, really. It makes perfect sense! In the Doom Universe, nearly everyone is atheist, and thus does not notice the Rapture. The Battle of Good and Evil starts, and, in case you do not remember, actually was fighting evil! But, without swords and horses, but Minuguns and BFGS!
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* No, really. It makes perfect sense! In the Doom Universe, nearly everyone is atheist, and thus does not notice the Rapture. The Battle of Good and Evil starts, and, in case you do not remember, Jesus actually was fighting evil! But, without swords and horses, but Minuguns Miniguns and BFGS!
1st Aug '14 8:48:04 AM TrustyGun
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* Technically, the theory could fit. The Mars base have been invaded and brought Hell into our dimension, due to a teleportation accident while they were working on it. Fittingly, you can't stay dead in Hell, so by the time the game starts, the player is, in a way, already dead. So, if he does die, he just gets resurrected. On Nightmare difficulty, this would make sense, since enemies respawn after a while. In the backstory for him, he's seen as a rather brutal person, but still a moral man. In the comic he was sent to Mars after killing a sergent who ordered him to fire on innocents, as in religion, it's a sin to kill a man. So Doomguy was already doomed to Hell, before the game even started. Thankfully, he can murder his way out.
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* Technically, the theory could fit. The Mars base have been invaded and brought Hell into our dimension, due to a teleportation accident while they were working on it. Fittingly, you can't stay dead in Hell, so by the time the game starts, the player is, in a way, already dead. So, if he does die, he just gets resurrected. On Nightmare difficulty, this would make sense, since enemies respawn after a while. In the backstory for him, he's seen as a rather brutal person, but still a moral man. In the comic he was sent to Mars after killing a sergent who ordered him to fire on innocents, as in religion, it's a sin to kill a man. So Doomguy was already doomed to Hell, before the game even started. Thankfully, he can murder his way out.out. [[WMG: Doomguy is Jesus.]] * No, really. It makes perfect sense! In the Doom Universe, nearly everyone is atheist, and thus does not notice the Rapture. The Battle of Good and Evil starts, and, in case you do not remember, actually was fighting evil! But, without swords and horses, but Minuguns and BFGS!
21st Mar '14 11:26:24 PM sarais
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[[WMG: The Doomguy is every video game hero ever.]] He's become such a badass that he broke the very laws of space and time, becoming a universal constant, meaning he exists in all universes past, present, future, expired or yet to exist. Every game you play IS a doom game. Ranger? Doomguy. Freeman? Doomguy. * YOU are doomguy.
20th Mar '14 2:56:54 AM TheNewPlague
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* Doom 1,2, Plutonia and TNT looks similar, has 32 levels and similar level structure. It seems unrealistic, so all these games are just an endless Hell's torment for a Doomguy.
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* Doom 1,2, Plutonia and TNT looks similar, has 32 levels and similar level structure. It seems unrealistic, so all these games are just an endless Hell's torment for a Doomguy.Doomguy. * Technically, the theory could fit. The Mars base have been invaded and brought Hell into our dimension, due to a teleportation accident while they were working on it. Fittingly, you can't stay dead in Hell, so by the time the game starts, the player is, in a way, already dead. So, if he does die, he just gets resurrected. On Nightmare difficulty, this would make sense, since enemies respawn after a while. In the backstory for him, he's seen as a rather brutal person, but still a moral man. In the comic he was sent to Mars after killing a sergent who ordered him to fire on innocents, as in religion, it's a sin to kill a man. So Doomguy was already doomed to Hell, before the game even started. Thankfully, he can murder his way out.
13th Mar '14 12:07:37 PM ThomasSmith
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[[WMG: The DoomGuy is Gordon Freeman]]
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[[WMG: The DoomGuy Doom Guy is Gordon Freeman]]

[[WMG: The DoomGuy becomes Khorne]]
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[[WMG: The DoomGuy Doom Guy becomes Khorne]]

[[WMG: The Doomguy from the Doom comic is Deadpool.]]
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[[WMG: The Doomguy from the Doom comic is Deadpool.SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}.]]
22nd Jan '14 8:33:59 PM MisterRandom2
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* EXCEPT... except that ROE explains that the Artifact was left behind by the demons during the very first invasion of Mars that occurred in the distant past. The Ancient Martians were unable to destroy the artifact, so they sealed in a chamber - where it was accidentally opened at the beginning of RoE.
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* EXCEPT... except that ROE explains that the Artifact was left behind by the demons during the very first invasion of Mars that occurred in the distant past. The Ancient Martians were unable to destroy the artifact, so they sealed it in a chamber - where it was accidentally opened at the beginning of RoE.
22nd Jan '14 8:32:50 PM MisterRandom2
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*EXCEPT... except that ROE explains that the Artifact was left behind by the demons during the very first invasion of Mars that occurred in the distant past. The Ancient Martians were unable to destroy the artifact, so they sealed in a chamber - where it was accidentally opened at the beginning of RoE.
8th Jan '14 8:42:03 AM DannWoolf
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* One of the Wolfenstein mobile games has B.J. Blazkowicz severely wound a Demon by blasting its arm and legs, and said damon swears revenge on his bloodline. Years later, Doom Guy fights the Cyberdemon, which has had cybernetic prosthetics installed.
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* One of the Wolfenstein mobile games has B.J. Blazkowicz severely wound a Demon by blasting its arm and legs, and said damon demon swears revenge on his bloodline. Years later, Doom Guy fights the Cyberdemon, which has had cybernetic prosthetics installed.

After the release of Doom 2, video game levels became drastically more realist, especially their layouts. After playing a game like Half Life 2 or more recent shooters like Uncharted it can be jarring to go back to games like Doom where the levels are more abstract and aren't made to resemble anything 'real'. Switches can reveal massive underground rooms or pits of toxic waste in surreal locations. These levels, though, are they really so abstract? Or is this merely a reflection of how the invading demons bring Hell with them? The levels get more abstract towards the ends of Doom 1 and 2, when the player gets closer to (or actually enters) hell itself, so obviously this abstraction is just part of how hell works.
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After the release of Doom 2, video game levels became drastically more realist, especially their layouts. After playing a game like Half Life 2 or more recent shooters like Uncharted it can be jarring to go back to games like Doom where the levels are more abstract and aren't made to resemble anything 'real'.real. Switches can reveal massive underground rooms or pits of toxic waste in surreal locations. These levels, though, are they really so abstract? Or is this merely a reflection of how the invading demons bring Hell with them? The levels get more abstract towards the ends of Doom 1 and 2, when the player gets closer to (or actually enters) hell itself, so obviously this abstraction is just part of how hell works.
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