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8th Nov '17 1:25:36 AM zacheus
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*VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt: The Ladies of the Wood and She-Who-Knows. Four powerful old crones, three of whom are figuratively blind (deformed eyes and covered faces), the fourth being trapped in a tree.
**''BloodAndWine'': The Witch of Lynx Crag. A jilted lover with a vengeful streak, found in a very tree-themed quest.
20th May '17 3:09:00 PM nombretomado
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* VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines: Pisha the Nagaraja, a flesh eating vampire living underneath an abandoned hospital, with a vast knowledge of magic and the future.

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* VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines: VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines: Pisha the Nagaraja, a flesh eating vampire living underneath an abandoned hospital, with a vast knowledge of magic and the future.
25th Apr '17 9:43:20 AM Buttercheese
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* This doesn't add up, when you speak to Aphril in Spellhold, she tells the player that she sees TNO standing in front of the Pillar of Skulls. This either the scene where he meets Morte for the first time or the scene experienced in PS:T by the player (more likely the latter imo). Eitherway, the timeline doesn't add up.
--> "I see... a walking corpse... he speaks... to a pillar of skulls? See, it is madness!"
4th Apr '17 8:15:34 PM nombretomado
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** If PST follows the rules of {{PlaneScape}}, Gate ''cannot'' penetrate the Lady of Pain's defense. Nothing can. If twenty gods teamed up to batter down her barrier, it would result in twenty very frustrated gods.

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** If PST follows the rules of {{PlaneScape}}, TabletopGame/{{PlaneScape}}, Gate ''cannot'' penetrate the Lady of Pain's defense. Nothing can. If twenty gods teamed up to batter down her barrier, it would result in twenty very frustrated gods.



* Fell was a canon NPC in [[{{Planescape}} the source material]], so that might explain why he's so well developed.

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* Fell was a canon NPC in [[{{Planescape}} [[TabletopGame/{{Planescape}} the source material]], so that might explain why he's so well developed.
2nd Jan '17 4:58:24 AM Morgenthaler
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The TabletopGame/{{Planescape}} setting already features a massive conflict between [[OrderVersusChaos Law and Chaos]] (The Blood War), and The Nameless One happens to be a tragic, [[{{Badass}} extremely powerful individual]] condemned to fight that war for eternity (Or at least, until the Planes die off). The ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' multiverse could very well be a part of ''the'' Multiverse.

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The TabletopGame/{{Planescape}} setting already features a massive conflict between [[OrderVersusChaos Law and Chaos]] (The Blood War), and The Nameless One happens to be a tragic, [[{{Badass}} extremely powerful individual]] individual condemned to fight that war for eternity (Or at least, until the Planes die off). The ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' multiverse could very well be a part of ''the'' Multiverse.
5th Aug '16 12:10:43 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* SilentHill: Dahlia Gillespie, evil, demonic witch extraordinaire. Dahlia is probably only just becoming one of Ravel's avatars, and the first hint is her looking ancient while really being only 40.
* Dishonored: Granny Rags, the blind old witch who lives in her apartment, with magic powers and [[spoiler:control over the plague rats]].

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* SilentHill: VideoGame/SilentHill1: Dahlia Gillespie, evil, demonic witch extraordinaire. Dahlia is probably only just becoming one of Ravel's avatars, and the first hint is her looking ancient while really being only 40.
* Dishonored: VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}: Granny Rags, the blind old witch who lives in her apartment, with magic powers and [[spoiler:control over the plague rats]].
29th Jul '16 2:05:35 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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The incarnation that discovered a means by which the Nameless One's memory could be preserved between deaths was DangerouslyGenreSavvy, and hit on the critical importance of the player in determining the outcome of tabletop and video games. He arranged it so that Planescape: Torment would be created in our world, but by the time it was released he had died a few more times, leaving us with the playable incarnation. The reason the memory endures is because the player is there to share the memory. However, the incarnation wasn't the only DangerouslyGenreSavvy character wandering around; anyone capable of outright killing the Nameless One has, through madness or transcendancy, mastered the blackest art: that of the Game Over.


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The incarnation that discovered a means by which the Nameless One's memory could be preserved between deaths was DangerouslyGenreSavvy, and hit on the critical importance of the player in determining the outcome of tabletop and video games. He arranged it so that Planescape: Torment would be created in our world, but by the time it was released he had died a few more times, leaving us with the playable incarnation. The reason the memory endures is because the player is there to share the memory. However, the incarnation wasn't the only DangerouslyGenreSavvy smart character wandering around; anyone capable of outright killing the Nameless One has, through madness or transcendancy, mastered the blackest art: that of the Game Over.

13th Jul '16 8:28:49 PM MightyMonarch
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* Debunked: Gith was a female, this is why the Githyanki society is a matriarchy, it's mentioned often in the Gith tribes lore. Githzerai aren't because while they respected her as the hero who freed both tribes (which were one at the time) they chose to follow Zerthimon's (Gith's right hand man in the uprising) path of neutrality over Gith's plan of "Let's be a dick to everyone now because we were slaves".
26th Jun '16 10:11:36 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: ''Planescape: Torment'' is a sequel of ''BaldursGate'']]

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[[WMG: ''Planescape: Torment'' is a sequel of ''BaldursGate'']]''VideoGame/BaldursGate'']]
9th Feb '16 11:26:50 PM Coravel_DoUrden
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*Why is everyone saying that the planes are slowly dying because of his original crime? I understood that his original crime simply damned him to fighting in the blood wars for eternity regardless of his actions afterwards. The planes are not dying because of his original crime, they're being slowly, very slowly, drained of lives by his immortality forcing death to take other people instead of him.
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