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** A enemy called the "Meat Lass" was cut, it's function is unknown, most likely being a standard melee enemy similar to the current Priestess.

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** A enemy called the "Meat Lass" was cut, it's function is unknown, most likely being a standard melee enemy similar to the current Priestess.Priestess.
* WriteWhatYouKnow: The level designs of Episode 1 were partly inspired by rural Pennsylvania where Dave Szymanski grew up.


* PromotedFanBoy: When the game was still being developed, a fan named Jacob [=McNamany=] posted a two-pages fan comic on his Twitter account. It obviously impressed ''Dusk'' developers, since [=McNamany=] then created the official tie-in comic book included in the ''Intruder Edition'' of the game sold on Steam.

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* PromotedFanBoy: When the game was still being developed, a fan named Jacob [=McNamany=] [=McManamy=] posted a two-pages fan comic on his Twitter account. It obviously impressed ''Dusk'' developers, since [=McNamany=] [=McManamy=] then created the official tie-in comic book included in the ''Intruder Edition'' of the game sold on Steam.


* PromotedFanBoy: When the game was still being developed, a fan named Jacob [=McNamany=] posted a two-pages fan comic on his Twitter account. It obviously impressed ''Dusk'' developers, since [=McNamany=] then created the official tie-in comic book included in the ''Intruder'' version of the game sold on Steam.

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* PromotedFanBoy: When the game was still being developed, a fan named Jacob [=McNamany=] posted a two-pages fan comic on his Twitter account. It obviously impressed ''Dusk'' developers, since [=McNamany=] then created the official tie-in comic book included in the ''Intruder'' version ''Intruder Edition'' of the game sold on Steam.


* PromotedFanBoy: When the game was still being developed, a fan named Jacob McNamany posted a two-pages fan comic on his Twitter account. It obviously impressed ''Dusk'' developers, since McNamany then created the official tie-in comic book included in the ''Intruder'' version of the game sold on Steam.

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* PromotedFanBoy: When the game was still being developed, a fan named Jacob McNamany [=McNamany=] posted a two-pages fan comic on his Twitter account. It obviously impressed ''Dusk'' developers, since McNamany [=McNamany=] then created the official tie-in comic book included in the ''Intruder'' version of the game sold on Steam.

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* PromotedFanBoy: When the game was still being developed, a fan named Jacob McNamany posted a two-pages fan comic on his Twitter account. It obviously impressed ''Dusk'' developers, since McNamany then created the official tie-in comic book included in the ''Intruder'' version of the game sold on Steam.


** A BFG-like weapon was cut during development.

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** A BFG-like weapon was cut during development.development.
** The Boneball originally shot out flaming soldier heads (similar to the Pain Elementals from ''{{Videogame/Doom}}'') called Poltergeists, which would charge at the player, and explode.
** A weapon similar to the Plasma Gun from ''Doom'' was cut, originally called a Totem, and later the Dark Claw.
** The Super Shotgun and Shotgun was originally one weapon, similar to ''{{Videogame/Chasm}}'s'' Shotgun. Later versions had the super shotgun, but a pump-action shotgun instead of the repeating shotguns.
** Originally the Guardian was supposed to have a smaller more common variant in Episode 3, similar to the Cowgirls, however was cut.
** A enemy called the "Meat Lass" was cut, it's function is unknown, most likely being a standard melee enemy similar to the current Priestess.


* ScheduleSlip: The full game was supposed to come out around Halloween or Christmas of 2017, but following the positive response of Episode 1, New Blood started putting a lot more work into Episode 2 to make sure it held up to the same quality as the first episode. Continuously running into this trope was why the title was put into Early Access; Valve questioned the "SOON[[{{Tradesnark}} ]]" after they failed to hit another deadline, so they simply told them to put it into Early Access instead.

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* LineToGod: The creators of the game frequent the Steam forums, and often answer questions.
* ScheduleSlip: The full game was supposed to come out around Halloween or Christmas of 2017, but following the positive response of Episode 1, New Blood started putting a lot more work into Episode 2 to make sure it held up to the same quality as the first episode. Continuously running into this trope was why the title was put into Early Access; Valve questioned the "SOON[[{{Tradesnark}} ]]" after they failed to hit another deadline, so they simply told them to put it into Early Access instead.instead.
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** An enemy that could resurrect other enemies was considered, but was scrapped.
** A BFG-like weapon was cut during development.


* ScheduleSlip: The full game was supposed to come out around Halloween or Christmas, but following the positive response of Episode 1, New Blood started putting a lot more work into Episode 2 to make sure it held up to the same quality as the first episode. Continuously running into this trope was why the title was put into Early Access; Valve questioned the "SOON[[{{Tradesnark}} ]]" after they failed to hit another deadline, so they simply told them to put it into Early Access instead.

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* ScheduleSlip: The full game was supposed to come out around Halloween or Christmas, Christmas of 2017, but following the positive response of Episode 1, New Blood started putting a lot more work into Episode 2 to make sure it held up to the same quality as the first episode. Continuously running into this trope was why the title was put into Early Access; Valve questioned the "SOON[[{{Tradesnark}} ]]" after they failed to hit another deadline, so they simply told them to put it into Early Access instead.


* ScheduleSlip: The full game was supposed to come out around Halloween or Christmas, but following the positive response of Episode 1, New Blood started putting a lot more work into Episode 2 to make sure it held up to the same quality as the first episode.

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* ScheduleSlip: The full game was supposed to come out around Halloween or Christmas, but following the positive response of Episode 1, New Blood started putting a lot more work into Episode 2 to make sure it held up to the same quality as the first episode. Continuously running into this trope was why the title was put into Early Access; Valve questioned the "SOON[[{{Tradesnark}} ]]" after they failed to hit another deadline, so they simply told them to put it into Early Access instead.

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* ScheduleSlip: The full game was supposed to come out around Halloween or Christmas, but following the positive response of Episode 1, New Blood started putting a lot more work into Episode 2 to make sure it held up to the same quality as the first episode.

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