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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Hank is the good guy! Jebus is the bad guy! Tricky represents one of Hank's inner demons! Hank is an AntiHero! Hank is the bad guy! The Sheriff was a tyrant!
** [[BlackAndGreyMorality I thought the Jebus being the good guy was the alternate interpretation]]
* CrazyAwesome - Tricky, who fights with a stop sign and likes to wear peoples' heads as hats.
* CrossesTheLineTwice
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Apotheosis. Hot damn.
** Consternation too. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q21JlwGF4Bg
** Also [[http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/338798 Antipathy.]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9-IDsbvBQc Abrogation]] is probably the best of the lot. It features a few distorted snippets of [=BGMs=] from prior episodes, which may serve as a BossRemix.
* DemonicSpiders: Abominations from ''Nexus''. They're fast, have plenty of health, [[MyRulesAreNotYourRules completely ignore your TAC (shield) bar]], and can start a CycleOfHurting ''very'' easily. The best way to defeat them? Pack a HandCannon (eg. the Colt Revolver), PunchPackingPistol (eg. the 1911), accurate SMG (eg. the Thompson), a powerful Assault Rifle (eg. the AK-74) or a Shotgun (eg. the Norinco 97k)-you'll need it.
** ''The. Fucking. Zombies.'' They're a newbie trap in every way. Getting sandwiched between two is certain death.
** The OBSV agents will dodge all your attacks unless you fire fast enough and will fire at you in small squads, easily decimating your Tac-Bar.
** The GOL3M units can only be defeated by knocking their mask off with a melee attack then firing at their exposed heads until their faces [[NauseaFuel crack and die]]. And that's only the regular ones. The worst are the special red and black ones, which carry [[MoreDakka mini]][[GatlingGood guns]] as standard issue and to get to their heads first, you have to hit them hard enough to crack their mask open, then shoot them-which can take a very long time.
* {{HSQ}}: Will have you literally saying "holy shit," especially later ones.
* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Krinkels spent half a year working on the first minute or so of Abrogation, and good lord does it show.

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