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* ArcWord: [[spoiler:wanderer.]] Used many times casually, to the effect that a first-time player won't notice at first that [[spoiler: you and everyone you work with are aliens.]]

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* ArcWord: {{Arc Word|s}}: [[spoiler:wanderer.]] Used many times casually, to the effect that a first-time player won't notice at first that [[spoiler: you and everyone you work with are aliens.]]


* AlternateEnding: One can be achieved in the first game by not building any huts, forcing the player to collect all of the vital resources themselves.

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** Pairing this with the AntiFrustrationFeatures mentioned above can create a DiscOneNuke if you're willing to grind up your melee and deaths since your fist can handle all but the toughest dungeons and doubled food and water drastically increases your travel range and reduces how much carrying capacity you need to spend on food.

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* AlienInvaders: [[spoiler:You and your entire village are this.]]


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* VersionExclusiveContent:
** Builder does not have a [[spoiler:locket]] in the web version.
** Bayonets in the web version are replaced by katanas in the iOS version.
** Medicine, and therefore the sickness and plague events, are only available on the web version.

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[[caption-width-right:350: The text is to be read from bottom-to-top.]]


awake. head throbbing. vision blurry.

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awake.->''awake. head throbbing. vision blurry.
blurry.''


* TheAtoner: The old wanderer in the swamp says that his time there is "his penance" [[spoiler: for leading wanderer fleets to destroy worlds]].

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* TheAtoner: The old wanderer in the swamp to the bottom right says that his time there is "his penance" [[spoiler: for leading wanderer fleets to destroy worlds]].


* MagikarpPower: Your fists. As first they're the weakest weapon in the game. Use them in battle enough times, and... they'll become as strong as the second-weakest weapon in the game. However, if you persist, they'll eventually become stronger than any other weapon and will have a faster cooldown time as well; see BoringButPractical, above.

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* MagikarpPower: Your fists. As At first they're the weakest weapon in the game. Use them in battle enough times, and... they'll become as strong as the second-weakest weapon in the game. However, if you persist, they'll eventually become stronger than any other weapon and will have a faster cooldown time as well; see BoringButPractical, above.


* AfterTheEnd: The entire game turns out to be set in a [[spoiler: post-apocalyptic wasteland]].

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* AfterTheEnd: The entire game turns out to be set in a [[spoiler: post-apocalyptic wasteland]]. Considering the TomatoInTheMirror reveal, it's entirely possible that [[spoiler: the player character's invasion fleet actually bombed the planet to rubble]].

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* BodyHorror: The Ritual that sets apart defectors from wanderers.


* AlternateEnding: One can be achieved in the first game by not building any huts, forcing the player to vollect all of the vital resources themselves.

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* AlternateEnding: One can be achieved in the first game by not building any huts, forcing the player to vollect collect all of the vital resources themselves.



* TheComputerShallTauntYou: The Red Text in ''The Ensign''. It pops up and mocks you [[{{PunctuatedForEmphasis}} Every. Single. Time. You die.]]



* TheComputerShallTauntYou: The Red Text in ''The Ensign''. It pops up and mocks you [[{{PunctuatedForEmphasis}} Every. Single. Time. You die.]]

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* TheComputerShallTauntYou: The Red Text in *ShoutOut: ''The Ensign''. It pops up Ensign'' has several, including ones to ''VideoGame/{{Portal|1}}'' [[spoiler: where you can find cake in the top left hand corner of the map]], ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil1''[[spoiler: when you find the mansion with the paintings and mocks the old man in the wheelchair]], and ''Videogame/MetalGearSolid'', since you [[{{PunctuatedForEmphasis}} Every. Single. Time. You die.]]get confronted with a [[spoiler: Time Paradox screen instead of a death screen]] when killed.


* TheComputerShallTauntYou: The Red Text in ''The Ensign''. It pops and mocks you [[{{PunctuatedForEmphasis}} Every. Single. Time. You die.]]

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* TheComputerShallTauntYou: The Red Text in ''The Ensign''. It pops pops up and mocks you [[{{PunctuatedForEmphasis}} Every. Single. Time. You die.]]

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* AuthorAvatar: You can meet him in ''The Ensign'' in the house at the top left corner of the map.


* Determinator: the protagonist in both games, but especially in the prequel, as one of the buttons you have to press to restart after each death is titled, "never give up!"

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* Determinator: TheDeterminator: the protagonist in both games, but especially in the prequel, as one of the buttons you have to press to restart after each death is titled, "never give up!"

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