History YMMV / QuakeI

21st Jul '16 11:51:14 PM OrgaNik
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** It's debatable, but the Rocket Launcher is far and away more powerful than anything else in the game. The Lightning Gun, which is the last gun to be found and the one with the highest position, is only a true WaveMotionGun when amped up with Quad Damage.

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** It's debatable, but the Rocket Launcher is far and away more powerful than anything else in the game. The Lightning Gun, which is the last gun to be found and the one with the highest position, is only a true WaveMotionGun when amped up with Quad Damage. Of course, it's quite easy to accidentally kill yourself with both weapons.
25th May '16 7:26:42 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: At the end of the "Commonly Asked Questions" section of the manual:

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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: [[Music/NineInchNails Trent Reznor]].
* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments:
At the end of the "Commonly Asked Questions" section of the manual:



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: [[NineInchNails Trent Reznor]].
3rd Apr '16 3:10:07 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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* ThatOneLevel: Note that this section assumes play Hard or [[HarderThanHard Nightmare]] as this is considered "canon" and proper in the Quake community.

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* ThatOneLevel: Note that this section assumes play on Hard or [[HarderThanHard Nightmare]] as this is considered "canon" and proper in the Quake community.
26th Mar '16 8:00:45 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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** The Crypt of Decay in Episode 2 is a rude awakening. The goal is to reach the top tier of a castle to reach the main exit or you can opt for the secret portal. The level has a fair number of Shamblers as well as traps that can wear down your heath to critical, and tight-quarter ambushes. Better save your strength for the grand finale where a Shambler and friends throw a surprise party at the upper bridge of the castle. Still a memorable level for showing the 3d capabilities of engine well.

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** The Crypt of Decay in Episode 2 is a rude awakening. The goal is to reach the top tier of a castle to reach the main exit or you can opt for the secret portal. The level has a fair number of Shamblers as well as traps that can wear down your heath to critical, and tight-quarter ambushes. Better save your strength for the grand finale where a Shambler and friends throw a surprise party at the upper bridge of the castle. Still a memorable level for beautifully showing the 3d capabilities of engine well.Quake engine.
26th Mar '16 7:59:14 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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** The Crypt of Decay in Episode 2 is a rude awakening. The goal is to reach the top tier of a castle to reach the main exit or you can opt for the secret portal. The level has a fair number of Shamblers as well as traps that can wear down your heath to critical, and tight quarter ambushes. Better save your strength for the grand finale where a Shambler and friends throw a surprise party at the upper bridge of the castle.

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** The Crypt of Decay in Episode 2 is a rude awakening. The goal is to reach the top tier of a castle to reach the main exit or you can opt for the secret portal. The level has a fair number of Shamblers as well as traps that can wear down your heath to critical, and tight quarter tight-quarter ambushes. Better save your strength for the grand finale where a Shambler and friends throw a surprise party at the upper bridge of the castle. Still a memorable level for showing the 3d capabilities of engine well.
26th Mar '16 7:56:39 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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* ThatOneLevel

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* ThatOneLevelThatOneLevel: Note that this section assumes play Hard or [[HarderThanHard Nightmare]] as this is considered "canon" and proper in the Quake community.
** The Crypt of Decay in Episode 2 is a rude awakening. The goal is to reach the top tier of a castle to reach the main exit or you can opt for the secret portal. The level has a fair number of Shamblers as well as traps that can wear down your heath to critical, and tight quarter ambushes. Better save your strength for the grand finale where a Shambler and friends throw a surprise party at the upper bridge of the castle.
21st Mar '16 5:53:49 AM Zippo27
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** The Overlord in ''Dissolution of Eternity'' is little more than a DamageSpongeBoss.
29th Jan '16 6:50:29 AM Siggu
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* GameBreaker: It's debatable, but the Rocket Launcher is far and away more powerful than anything else in the game. The Lightning Gun, which is the last gun to be found and the one with the highest position, is only a true WaveMotionGun when amped up with Quad Damage.

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* GameBreaker: GameBreaker:
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It's debatable, but the Rocket Launcher is far and away more powerful than anything else in the game. The Lightning Gun, which is the last gun to be found and the one with the highest position, is only a true WaveMotionGun when amped up with Quad Damage.



** The Multi Rocket Launcher from ''Dissolution of Eternity'' fires four rockets at the cost of one, with each rocket dealing half the damage of a regular one. Most of the time it will be your weapon of choice as it not only runs on a completely different kind of ammo than the regular rockets, you only need half the amount to defeat any enemy. That's right, they managed to overpower an already overpowered weapon.



** [[FinalBoss The Dragon]] from ''Dissolution of Eternity'' is somewhat easier than Armagon in terms of having more cover (Even though the Dragon is perfectly capable of doing a OneHitKill with its fireballs) and having [[MacrossMissileMassacre the Quad-Rocket Launcher]], but it's otherwise still a difficult fight because the Dragon will not forgive a single mistake. The arena has several powerups, but they are not very convenient, and the Anti-Grav Belt in particular is a PowerupLetdown as it will compromise your ability to dodge the fireballs... and you may fall in the lava.

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** [[FinalBoss The Dragon]] from ''Dissolution of Eternity'' is somewhat easier than Armagon in terms of having more cover (Even though the Dragon is perfectly capable of doing a OneHitKill with its fireballs) and having [[MacrossMissileMassacre the Quad-Rocket Multi Rocket Launcher]], but it's otherwise still a difficult fight because the Dragon will not forgive a single mistake. The arena has several powerups, but they are not very convenient, and the Anti-Grav Belt in particular is a PowerupLetdown as it will compromise your ability to dodge the fireballs... and you may fall in the lava.
22nd Jan '16 3:22:06 PM Siggu
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** [[FinalBoss Armagon himself]] in ''Scourge of Armagon'', which is basically a buffed [[VideoGame/Doom Cyberdemon]] in terms of attacks. It has '''two''' fast-firing Rocket Launchers whose rockets not only hit as hard as yours, but are much faster and Armagon is surprisingly good at leading with them, firing four rockets every time. He also carries two Laser Cannons, which while less threatening than the rockets, they are tricky to dodge. And just in case you are trying to take cover right behind him, Armagon can unleash a shockwave that sends you flying (And very vulnerable to his rockets). And he's no slouch in terms of health either, topping at over 4000 in Hard/Nightmare. You better hope [[GoodBadBugs he gets stuck on a wall]] because it will be a very difficult fight otherwise.

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** [[FinalBoss Armagon himself]] in ''Scourge of Armagon'', which is basically a buffed [[VideoGame/Doom [[VideoGame/{{Doom}} Cyberdemon]] in terms of attacks. It has '''two''' fast-firing Rocket Launchers whose rockets not only hit as hard as yours, but are much faster and Armagon is surprisingly good at leading with them, firing four rockets every time. He also carries two Laser Cannons, which while less threatening than the rockets, they are tricky to dodge. And just in case you are trying to take cover right behind him, Armagon can unleash a shockwave that sends you flying (And very vulnerable to his rockets). And he's no slouch in terms of health either, topping at over 4000 in Hard/Nightmare. You better hope [[GoodBadBugs he gets stuck on a wall]] because it will be a very difficult fight otherwise.
22nd Jan '16 3:20:13 PM Siggu
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** Shamblers.
** The final boss is quite difficult as well.

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** Shamblers.
** The final boss
[[FinalBoss Armagon himself]] in ''Scourge of Armagon'', which is quite basically a buffed [[VideoGame/Doom Cyberdemon]] in terms of attacks. It has '''two''' fast-firing Rocket Launchers whose rockets not only hit as hard as yours, but are much faster and Armagon is surprisingly good at leading with them, firing four rockets every time. He also carries two Laser Cannons, which while less threatening than the rockets, they are tricky to dodge. And just in case you are trying to take cover right behind him, Armagon can unleash a shockwave that sends you flying (And very vulnerable to his rockets). And he's no slouch in terms of health either, topping at over 4000 in Hard/Nightmare. You better hope [[GoodBadBugs he gets stuck on a wall]] because it will be a very difficult fight otherwise.
** [[FinalBoss The Dragon]] from ''Dissolution of Eternity'' is somewhat easier than Armagon in terms of having more cover (Even though the Dragon is perfectly capable of doing a OneHitKill with its fireballs) and having [[MacrossMissileMassacre the Quad-Rocket Launcher]], but it's otherwise still a difficult fight because the Dragon will not forgive a single mistake. The arena has several powerups, but they are not very convenient, and the Anti-Grav Belt in particular is a PowerupLetdown
as well.it will compromise your ability to dodge the fireballs... and you may fall in the lava.



** The final boss level is quite difficult as well.
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