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* OfficialGameVariant: {{Downplayed|Trope}} by suggesting the general idea rather than anything specific. It has several mini-games built in, and one of the loading screen tips suggests that if any overpowered [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman gear abilities]] are ruining the experience, then some house rules should be agreed on.


* ContinuityNod: In the intro, the farmer mentions Pilgorís chaos in Goatville, Goat City Bay, and even space, the settings of the previous installment and itís sci-fi themed expansion.

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* ContinuityNod: In the intro, the farmer mentions Pilgorís chaos in Goatville, Goat City Bay, and even space, the settings of the previous installment and itís sci-fi themed expansion. Some other references to the first game are also present, such as the pointy food factory being the manufacturer of the products protested in Goatville.


* ContinuityNod: In the intro, the farmer mentionís Pilgorís chaos in Goatville, Goat City Bay, and even space, the settings of the previous installment and itís sci-fi themed expansion.

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* ContinuityNod: In the intro, the farmer mentionís mentions Pilgorís chaos in Goatville, Goat City Bay, and even space, the settings of the previous installment and itís sci-fi themed expansion.

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* ContinuityNod: In the intro, the farmer mentionís Pilgorís chaos in Goatville, Goat City Bay, and even space, the settings of the previous installment and itís sci-fi themed expansion.


* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler:Over the course of the final boss fight, The Farmer tries to tell the goat to move along while he finishes the actual final boss. When the goat butts him off the edge, he later emerges, angry at the player for not waiting patiently for a perfect boss fight. He later gets angrier over the goat defeating him, even in a Retraux platformer level before exasperatedly trying to tell the goat to not damage the servers while he tries to fix them. And then he panics after the goat disobeys his instructions.]]

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* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler:Over the course of [[spoiler:During the final boss fight, The Farmer suddenly appears and tries to tell the goat to move along while he finishes the actual final boss. When the goat butts him off the edge, he later emerges, angry at the player for not waiting patiently for a perfect boss fight. He later gets angrier over the goat defeating him, even in a Retraux platformer level before exasperatedly trying to tell the goat to not damage the servers while he tries to fix them. And then he panics after the goat disobeys his instructions.]]


* {{Buttmonkey}}: Rosie the Rhino. Kidnapped from the zoo by poachers, and then after being returned there's an instinct to run her over with a rhino-themed tractor. The flavor text for that instinct says it best: "It is not a good day to be Rosie the Rhino."

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* {{Buttmonkey}}: ButtMonkey: Rosie the Rhino. Kidnapped from the zoo by poachers, and then after being returned there's an instinct to run her over with a rhino-themed tractor. The flavor text for that instinct says it best: "It is not a good day to be Rosie the Rhino."

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* {{Buttmonkey}}: Rosie the Rhino. Kidnapped from the zoo by poachers, and then after being returned there's an instinct to run her over with a rhino-themed tractor. The flavor text for that instinct says it best: "It is not a good day to be Rosie the Rhino."


* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler:Over the course of the final boss fight, The Farmer tries to tell the goat to move along while he finishes the actual final boss. When the goat butts him off the edge, he later emerges, angry at the player for not waiting patiently for a perfect boss fight. He later gets angrier over the goat defeating him, even in a Retraux platformer level before exasperatedly trying to tell the goat to not damage the servers while he tries to fix them. And then he panics after the goat disobeys his instructions.]]

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* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler:Over the course of the final boss fight, The Farmer tries to tell the goat to move along while he finishes the actual final boss. When the goat butts him off the edge, he later emerges, angry at the player for not waiting patiently for a perfect boss fight. He later gets angrier over the goat defeating him, even in a Retraux platformer level before exasperatedly trying to tell the goat to not damage the servers while he tries to fix them. And then he panics after the goat disobeys his instructions.]]]]
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* UnInstallment: The game is called "Goat Simulator '''3'''", despite there being no "Goat Simulator 2" (the DLC of the original game doesn't count as a sequel, either).

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* UnInstallment: The game is called "Goat Simulator '''3'''", ''Goat Simulator'' '''''3''''', despite there being no "Goat ''Goat Simulator 2" 2'' (the DLC of the original game doesn't count as a sequel, either).


* BlackComedyAnimalCruelty: The plight of Billy the Blue Whale, the mascot of the San Angora Zoo. He's been squished into a tank so small that his body's been deformed into a cube, which the Zoo's merchandise of him reflects, and his exhibit sign saying [[BlatantLies it's perfectly fine, he likes it in there]].

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* BlackComedyAnimalCruelty: The plight of Billy the Blue Whale, the mascot of the San Angora Zoo. He's been squished into a tank so small that his body's been deformed into a cube, which the Zoo's merchandise of him reflects, and his exhibit sign saying [[BlatantLies it's perfectly fine, he likes it in there]].



* DefeatMeansPlayable: [[spoiler:The Farmer]] becomes a playable "Goat" after the ending.



* NotQuiteTheRightThing: You want to be [[VideoGameCaringPotential actually helpful]]? Too bad; something will usually go wrong.
** Fixing the Harvester in the beginning of the game without moving the person already working on it out of the way first will get that person caught in the blades.
** If you free Billy the Blue Whale from his cruel enclosure, [[spoiler:he's immediately eaten by a bigger whale]].
* PromotedToPlayable: [[spoiler:The Farmer becomes a playable "Goat" after the ending.]]

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* NotQuiteTheRightThing: You want to be [[VideoGameCaringPotential actually helpful]]? Too bad; something will usually go wrong.
** Fixing the Harvester in the beginning of the game without moving the person already working on it out of the way first will get that person caught in the blades.
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If you free Billy the Blue Whale from his cruel enclosure, [[spoiler:he's immediately eaten by a bigger whale]].
* PromotedToPlayable: [[spoiler:The Farmer becomes a playable "Goat" after the ending.]]
whale]].



* SequelNumberSnarl: The game is called "Goat Simulator '''3'''", despite there being no "Goat Simulator 2" (the DLC of the original game doesn't count as a sequel, either).


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* UnInstallment: The game is called "Goat Simulator '''3'''", despite there being no "Goat Simulator 2" (the DLC of the original game doesn't count as a sequel, either).


* GoshDangItToHeck: {{Zig-Zagg|ingTrope}}ed. One moment, characters will react to Pilgor's destruction with "Oh, shit!" and "Goddammit!", and the next they'll react with "What the frog?!" and "Music/JudasPriest!"

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* GoshDangItToHeck: {{Zig-Zagg|ingTrope}}ed.[[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-Zagged]]. One moment, characters will react to Pilgor's destruction with "Oh, shit!" and "Goddammit!", and the next they'll react with "What the frog?!" and "Music/JudasPriest!"

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* GoshDangItToHeck: {{Zig-Zagg|ingTrope}}ed. One moment, characters will react to Pilgor's destruction with "Oh, shit!" and "Goddammit!", and the next they'll react with "What the frog?!" and "Music/JudasPriest!"

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* SequelNumberSnarl: The game is called "Goat Simulator '''3'''", despite there being no "Goat Simulator 2" (the DLC of the original game doesn't count as a sequel, either).

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* ChargedAttack: When using the default body, Pilgor's Headbutt has five levels of charge, with a BattleAura growing around her after each. The maximum charge releases an explosion of energy that blasts targets absurdly far.

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* BlackComedyAnimalCruelty: The plight of Billy the Blue Whale, the mascot of the San Angora Zoo. He's been squished into a tank so small that his body's been deformed into a cube, which the Zoo's merchandise of him reflects, and his exhibit sign saying [[BlatantLies it's perfectly fine, he likes it in there]].


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* NotQuiteTheRightThing: You want to be [[VideoGameCaringPotential actually helpful]]? Too bad; something will usually go wrong.
** Fixing the Harvester in the beginning of the game without moving the person already working on it out of the way first will get that person caught in the blades.
** If you free Billy the Blue Whale from his cruel enclosure, [[spoiler:he's immediately eaten by a bigger whale]].

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