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* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: In the module ''F█ck For Satan'', if the players perform the invocation of The Twinkling Star the star [[spoiler]]makes it known that it hates the Referee of the game, whom it sees as a "cosmic tyrant" tormenting the player characters for fun[[/spoiler]].

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* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: In the module ''F█ck For Satan'', if the players perform the invocation of The Twinkling Star the star [[spoiler]]makes [[spoiler:makes it known that it hates the Referee of the game, whom it sees as a "cosmic tyrant" tormenting the player characters for fun[[/spoiler]].fun]].

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* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: In the module ''F█ck For Satan'', if the players perform the invocation of The Twinkling Star the star [[spoiler]]makes it known that it hates the Referee of the game, whom it sees as a "cosmic tyrant" tormenting the player characters for fun[[/spoiler]].


* GiantSpiders: Feature often in many modules, although ''Veins of the Earth'' has two. One is a giant silk-and-bone automaton run by thousands of spiders working together. The other is a man sized spider that keeps children on its back. Not its children. Yours.



* OurElvesAreBetter: They are TheFairFolk kind of elf.

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* OurElvesAreBetter: They are TheFairFolk kind of elf.elf, and in ''Veins of the Earth'', they Hate you. Not hate, ''Hate''.


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--> Tell us what this machine is. WE SAW YOU LOOKING AT THE MACHINE. There are no dErO, only fellow troper.

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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: Roughly half of the information on the dErO in ''Veins of the Earth'' consists of these.
--> The dErO did not write this and they cannot see you reading it.


* StarfishAliens: The plant-aliens seen through a telescope in ''The Tower of the Stargazer''. They are seen dancing around a light if the telescope is tampered with. [[spoiler: [[ShmuckBait Through further player action]] it is possible for one of the characters to be teleported to the dancing aliens in [[IHaveNoMouthAndImustScream gelatinous form]] and be eaten]].

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* StarfishAliens: The plant-aliens seen through a telescope in ''The Tower of the Stargazer''. They are seen dancing around a light if the telescope is tampered with. [[spoiler: [[ShmuckBait Through further player action]] it is possible for one of the characters to be teleported to the dancing aliens in [[IHaveNoMouthAndImustScream [[AndImustScream gelatinous form]] and be eaten]].


* AFeteWorstThanDeath: ''No Dignity in Death'' features a joyful celebration... where six young couples engage into violent sporting games until one of the grooms is killed and his bride is to be sacrified to the mountain spirits.

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* AFeteWorstThanDeath: AFeteWorseThanDeath: ''No Dignity in Death'' features a joyful celebration... where six young couples engage into violent sporting games until one of the grooms is killed and his bride is to be sacrified to the mountain spirits.


* AFêteWorstThanDeath:''No Dignity in Death'' features a joyful celebration... where six young couples engage into violent sporting games until one of the grooms is killed and his bride is to be sacrified to the mountain spirits.

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* AFêteWorstThanDeath:''No AFeteWorstThanDeath: ''No Dignity in Death'' features a joyful celebration... where six young couples engage into violent sporting games until one of the grooms is killed and his bride is to be sacrified to the mountain spirits.


* AFeteWorstThanDeath:''No Dignity in Death'' features a joyful celebration... where six young couples engage into violent sporting games until one of the grooms is killed and his bride is to be sacrified to the mountain spirits.

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* AFeteWorstThanDeath:''No AFêteWorstThanDeath:''No Dignity in Death'' features a joyful celebration... where six young couples engage into violent sporting games until one of the grooms is killed and his bride is to be sacrified to the mountain spirits.

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* AFeteWorseThanDeath: The module ''No Dignity in Death'' features one: a joyful celebration where six young couples engage until one of the grooms is killed and his bride is to be sacrified to the mountain spirits.



* [[GratuitousForeignLanguage Gratuitous Finnish]]: A lurking monster in ''No Dignity in Death: The Three Brides'' is known as a Tyhmä Paska[[labelnote:*]]"stupid shit"[[/labelnote]] among the [[spoiler: dwarfs hiding in the mountains]].

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* [[GratuitousForeignLanguage Gratuitous Finnish]]: GratuitousForeignLanguage: A lurking monster in ''No Dignity in Death: The Three Brides'' is known as a Tyhmä Paska[[labelnote:*]]"stupid shit"[[/labelnote]] among the [[spoiler: dwarfs hiding in the mountains]].


* AFêteWorseThanDeath: The module ''No Dignity in Death'' features one: a joyful celebration where six young couples engage until one of the grooms is killed and his bride is to be sacrified to the mountain spirits.

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* AFêteWorseThanDeath: AFeteWorseThanDeath: The module ''No Dignity in Death'' features one: a joyful celebration where six young couples engage until one of the grooms is killed and his bride is to be sacrified to the mountain spirits.

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* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies
-->''There are 2,127 bodies buried on the surface in the clearing in front of the cabin. There are 1,762 bodies in the priest crypts, 1,814 bodies in the warrior crypts, 2,533 bodies in the commoner crypts, and 3,925 bodies in the child crypts. Every single one will animate [[spoiler:if the plant creature stops making its noise.]]''


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* ReligionOfEvil: The cult in ''Death Frost Doom''. Although it has long been defunct, it ''did'' get around. A stonemason has spent the better part of his life creating gravestones for all the cult's victims.


Think ''D&D'' characters unceremoniously dropped into a Creator/ClarkAshtonSmith-written SolomonKane story, as sung by CannibalCorpse.

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Think ''D&D'' characters unceremoniously dropped into a Creator/ClarkAshtonSmith-written SolomonKane story, as sung by CannibalCorpse.
Music/CannibalCorpse.



* {{Gorn}}: No kidding. Several illustrations could be used for album covers by the aforementioned CannibalCorpse with little to no changes.

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* {{Gorn}}: No kidding. Several illustrations could be used for album covers by the aforementioned CannibalCorpse Music/CannibalCorpse with little to no changes.

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