History YMMV / Die2Nite

15th Jun '16 6:28:04 PM Doug86
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* BrokenBase: Not in the normal sense, but the community is split into the German, French and English versions and intentionally kept divided by the developers. Having an account on more than on version is a bannable offence, mainly since, in practice, {{GIFT}} proved that the first thing most people would do with it is {{troll}} the other country's forums with tasteless WorldWarII jokes.

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* BrokenBase: Not in the normal sense, but the community is split into the German, French and English versions and intentionally kept divided by the developers. Having an account on more than on version is a bannable offence, mainly since, in practice, {{GIFT}} proved that the first thing most people would do with it is {{troll}} the other country's forums with tasteless WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII jokes.
12th Nov '15 5:57:03 AM Prfnoff
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* ParanoiaFuel: Used both blantantly and subtly throughout the game. Going too far outside the town can land the player right smack in the middle of a zombie horde. The various texts and blurbs that appear sometimes invoke this as well. Even the town itself isn't completely safe... any of the 39 other players could betray everyone by poisoning items, opening the gate, stealing valuble resources and much more...

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* ParanoiaFuel: Used both blantantly blatantly and subtly throughout the game. Going too far outside the town can land the player right smack in the middle of a zombie horde. The various texts and blurbs that appear sometimes invoke this as well. Even the town itself isn't completely safe... any of the 39 other players could betray everyone by poisoning items, opening the gate, stealing valuble valuable resources and much more...



* TearJerker: All 3 parts of the "Motherhood" roleplay text. If you thought Die2Nite was just a wacky zombie game that was fun to play and not at all serious you'll change your mind after reading this... [[spoiler:It tells the story of a little boy whose mother was injured and infected. He leaves her in the tent and goes about the day... only to come back to find her zombiefied. [[DownerEnding It ends with her melting after being splashed with the poor kids water ration]].]]

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* TearJerker: All 3 parts of the "Motherhood" roleplay text. If you thought Die2Nite ''VideoGame/Die2Nite'' was just a wacky zombie game that was fun to play and not at all serious you'll change your mind after reading this... [[spoiler:It tells the story of a little boy whose mother was injured and infected. He leaves her in the tent and goes about the day... only to come back to find her zombiefied. [[DownerEnding It ends with her melting after being splashed with the poor kids water ration]].]]
12th Nov '15 5:54:39 AM Prfnoff
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* MemeticBadass: Chuck Norris (obviously) is treated as such by the game that the developers eventually put an [[http://www.d2nwiki.com/wiki/Chuck_Figurine action figure version of him]] in Die2Nite as an item for players to find.

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* MemeticBadass: Chuck Norris Creator/ChuckNorris (obviously) is treated as such by the game that the developers eventually put an [[http://www.d2nwiki.com/wiki/Chuck_Figurine action figure version of him]] in Die2Nite ''VideoGame/Die2Nite'' as an item for players to find.
17th Oct '15 8:48:58 AM PotatoPatato
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* MemeticBadass: Chuck Norris (obviously) is treated as such by the game that the developers eventually put an [[http://www.d2nwiki.com/wiki/Chuck_Figurine action figure version of him]] in Die2Nite as an item for players to find.
4th Jan '13 2:01:55 PM Rothul
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* BrokenBase: Not in the normal sense, but the community is split into the German, French and English versions and intentionally kept divided by the developers. For some reason having an account on more than on version is a bannable offence.
** That can be easily explained. When the German version was introduced, french trolls began making [[WorldWarII unwanted jokes]] on the German forum.

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* BrokenBase: Not in the normal sense, but the community is split into the German, French and English versions and intentionally kept divided by the developers. For some reason having Having an account on more than on version is a bannable offence.
** That can be easily explained. When
offence, mainly since, in practice, {{GIFT}} proved that the German version was introduced, french trolls began making [[WorldWarII unwanted jokes]] on first thing most people would do with it is {{troll}} the German forum.other country's forums with tasteless WorldWarII jokes.
20th Nov '12 5:37:34 AM PotatoPatato
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** Season 6 gives us a new item in the form of a dead body that can be found in the wasteland called a traveler's corpse. It can be quite jarring to be expecting a new weapon or maybe a useful tool and instead find yourself unearthing one of these grotesque things. Even worse, it can be carried around with you and eaten which reduces it to a pile of bones and has a high chance of turning the player into a ghoul. What is a ghoul you might ask? A half zombie monster that has to feed on the other citizens or starve to death... and there isn't any way to tell a normal citizen apart from a ghoul until it kills someone...
17th Nov '12 10:49:38 AM PotatoPatato
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** Season 6 has introduced ghouls, which are half human and half zombie. They need to kill and feed on human flesh to survive, but show no outward signs aside from immunity to infection and a few other symptoms that are easy to miss. Even worse, a ghoul is rewarded with hero days for killing and devouring normal residents, giving them plenty of reasons to betray their town. Even people who play with a coalition could have their best friends turn on them on the first day with some poor luck...
18th Oct '12 11:48:18 AM PotatoPatato
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* ParanoiaFuel: Used both blantantly and subtly throughout the game. Going too far outside the town can land the player right smack in the middle of a zombie horde. The various texts and blurbs that appear sometimes invoke this as well. Even the town itself isn't completely safe... any of the 39 other players could betray everyone by poisoning items, opening the gate, stealing valuble resources and much more...
19th Jul '12 4:43:01 PM PotatoPatato
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* FridgeBrilliance: Eating human remains in this game normally gives the player an infection, but drinking bottles of booze that contain human remains never does. Why? Both of these drinks are extreme [[GargleBlaster GargleBlasters]], they contain more than enough alcohol to kill the virus before you ever get your hands on them!

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* FridgeBrilliance: Eating human remains in this game normally gives the player an infection, but drinking bottles of booze that contain human remains never does. Why? Both of these drinks are extreme [[GargleBlaster GargleBlasters]], Gargle Blasters]], they contain more than enough alcohol to kill the virus before you ever get your hands on them!
19th Jul '12 4:41:31 PM PotatoPatato
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* FridgeBrilliance: Eating human remains in this game normally gives the player an infection, but drinking bottles of booze that contain human remains never does. Why? Both of these drinks are extreme [[GargleBlaster GargleBlasters]], they contain more than enough alcohol to kill the virus before you ever get your hands on them!
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