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* InsistentTerminology: [[https://devforum.roblox.com/t/official-roblox-brand-guidelines/62894 The official brand guidelines]] has a section detailing when referring to ''Roblox'' as a whole by text, advises to refer to it as a platform for games rather than as a game itself.

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* InsistentTerminology: [[https://devforum.roblox.com/t/official-roblox-brand-guidelines/62894 The official brand guidelines]] guidelines has a section detailing when referring to ''Roblox'' as a whole by text, advises to refer to it as a platform for games rather than as a game itself.


* {{Crossover}}: ''Egg Hunt 2019'' had one with ''Film/AvengersEndgame'', with six eggs based on ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/{{Thor}}, ComicBook/BlackWidow, ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/CaptainMarvel, and ComicBook/{{Thanos}} (plus a replica of the Infinity Gauntlet for the player to wear) for those who collect each of the former five eggs.

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* {{Crossover}}: ''Egg Hunt 2019'' had one with ''Film/AvengersEndgame'', with six eggs based on ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/{{Thor}}, ComicBook/BlackWidow, ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/CaptainMarvel, [[ComicBook/CarolDanvers Captain Marvel]], and ComicBook/{{Thanos}} (plus a replica of the Infinity Gauntlet for the player to wear) for those who collect each of the former five eggs.


* ''[[Recap/ROBLOXAdventureForwardStarSavior Adventure Forward: Star Savior]]''
* ''[[VideoGame/ROBLOXAdventureForward2PointsOfConflict Adventure Forward 2: Points of Conflict]]''

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* ''[[Recap/ROBLOXAdventureForwardStarSavior Adventure Forward: Star Savior]]''
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* ''[[VideoGame/ROBLOXAdventureForward2PointsOfConflict Adventure Forward 2: Points of Conflict]]''''VideoGame/AdventureForward2PointsOfConflict''


* CompanyCrossReferences: The ''Roblox'' game ''Mad Games'' includes a mini-game based off of the ''Roblox'' game ''The Mad Murderer''. Both games were made by the group Mad Studios.

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* CompanyCrossReferences: The ''Roblox'' game ''Mad Games'' includes a mini-game based off of the ''Roblox'' game ''The Mad Murderer''. Both games were made by the group Mad Studios.



* HellHotel: ''Hotel'', the {{Prequel}} of ''Camping'', takes place at the Gloomo Hotel, where you are continously ambushed by an EldritchAbomination and [[spoiler:find a secret cursed underground floor where the murdered corpse of the receptionist lays]].
* HorribleCampingTrip: ''Camping'' and ''2'' take this trope to level of horror. ''Camping'' has you and your camping friends frequently targetted and attacked by an HumanoidAbomination. ''Camping 2'' has an AxCrazy murderer infilterating your camping trip.

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* HellHotel: ''Hotel'', the {{Prequel}} of ''Camping'', takes place at the Gloomo Hotel, where you are continously ambushed by an EldritchAbomination ([[spoiler:actually a MechanicalAbomination, as revealed in ''Mansion'']]) and [[spoiler:find a secret cursed underground floor where the murdered corpse of the receptionist lays]].
* HorribleCampingTrip: ''Camping'' and ''2'' take this trope to level of horror. ''Camping'' has you and your camping friends frequently targetted and attacked by an a HumanoidAbomination. ''Camping 2'' has an AxCrazy murderer infilterating your camping trip.



* MadnessMantra: [[http://www.roblox.com/Ghost-Hunt-MAJOR-Updates-Coming-place?id=45387032 This game]] has one ''written in blood'' saying "The world is the patient." [[NightmareFuel Have a good night's sleep, kids!]]

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* MadnessMantra: [[http://www.''[[http://www.roblox.com/Ghost-Hunt-MAJOR-Updates-Coming-place?id=45387032 This game]] Ghost Hunt - The Asylum]]'' has one ''written ''[[CouldntFindAPen written in blood'' blood]]'' saying "The world is the patient." [[NightmareFuel Have a good night's sleep, kids!]]



*** Should at least 2 or more campers survive the last obby, [[spoiler:the Monster reveals that it was actually protecting them from the actual murderers, which is revealed to be of the campers.]]

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*** Should at least 2 or more campers survive the last obby, [[spoiler:the Monster reveals that it was actually protecting them from the actual murderers, which murderer, who is revealed to be one of the campers.]]



*** The secret ending, obtained by [[spoiler:walking into the bathroom mirror during the sequence where you gather wood. The Monster also appears, albeit with [[AnArmAndALeg cut leg]]. While this provides a connection to the previous game, [[UncertainDoom it's unknown what happened to the murderer of the previous game, along with the rest of the campers.]]]]

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*** The secret ending, obtained by [[spoiler:walking into the bathroom mirror during the sequence where you gather wood. The Monster also appears, albeit with a [[AnArmAndALeg cut leg]]. While this provides a connection to the previous game, [[UncertainDoom it's unknown what happened to the murderer of the previous game, along with the rest of the campers.]]]]



* NeverTheObviousSuspect: In ''Camping 2'', Daniel the park ranger goes under suspicion by the campers and is easily inferred to be the murderer who attacked the campsite campers, because he was the only one outside the designated areas during the attack and denies the attack ever happened. [[spoiler:It turns out he was innocent all along, which is why you can EarnYourBadEnding by choosing to kill Daniel.]]



* NeverTheObviousSuspect: In ''Camping 2'', Daniel the park ranger goes under suspicion by the campers and is easily inferred to be the murderer who attacked the campsite campers, because he was the only one outside the designated areas during the attack and denies the attack ever happened. [[spoiler:It turns out he was innocent all along, which is why you can EarnYourBadEnding by choosing to kill Daniel.]]



* RedHerring: In ''Airplane 2'', you meet the President of the United States, Ronald, who [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed is based on]] Creator/DonaldTrump. Anyone familiar with the secret ending of ''Airplane'' will recognize [[spoiler:that the monster's true name is Ronald]] and thus get antsy upon meeting the President. [[spoiler:As it turns out, it's a coincidence: if the player shoots the president in the LastSecondEndingChoice, it's reveal that the monster was actually the ''[[EvilAllAlong Agent]]''.]]

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* RedHerring: In ''Airplane 2'', you meet the President of the United States, Ronald, who [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed is based on]] Creator/DonaldTrump.UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump. Anyone familiar with the secret ending of ''Airplane'' will recognize [[spoiler:that the monster's true name is Ronald]] and thus get antsy upon meeting the President. [[spoiler:As it turns out, it's a coincidence: if the player shoots the president in the LastSecondEndingChoice, it's reveal that the monster was actually the ''[[EvilAllAlong Agent]]''.]]



* AlternateSelf: [[spoiler:Mysterious Figure turns out to be Eggwick's.]]



** ''Egg Hunt 2017: The Lost Eggs'': Dr. Deville d'Egg.

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** ''Egg Hunt 2017: The Lost Eggs'': Dr. Deville d'Egg.d'Egg, who stole the [=FabergEgg=] so that he could TakeOverTheWorld.



** ''Egg Hunt 2019: Scrambled in Time'': [[spoiler:Eggwick.]]
* BigGood: Mysterious Figure in ''Egg Hunt 2019''.
* CreepyCrows: Aymor, the BigBad of ''2018'', who wrecks havoc among the library, steals all of its eggs, and {{Baleful Polymorph}}s the librarian into a literal {{Bookworm}}.
* {{Crossover}}: ''Egg Hunt 2019'' had one with ''Film/AvengersEndgame'', with six eggs based on ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/{{Thor}}, ComicBook/BlackWidow, ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/CaptainMarvel, and ComicBook/{{Thanos}}.

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** ''Egg Hunt 2019: Scrambled in Time'': [[spoiler:Eggwick.]]
* BigGood: Mysterious Figure in ''Egg Hunt 2019''.
[[spoiler:Evilwick]], whose goal is to destroy the Eggverse for unknown reasons.
* CreepyCrows: Aymor, the BigBad of ''2018'', who wrecks who, after being possessed by the [[spoiler:Egg of Origin]], wreaks havoc among the library, steals all of its eggs, and {{Baleful Polymorph}}s the librarian into a literal {{Bookworm}}.
bookworm.
* {{Crossover}}: ''Egg Hunt 2019'' had one with ''Film/AvengersEndgame'', with six eggs based on ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/{{Thor}}, ComicBook/BlackWidow, ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/CaptainMarvel, and ComicBook/{{Thanos}}.ComicBook/{{Thanos}} (plus a replica of the Infinity Gauntlet for the player to wear) for those who collect each of the former five eggs.


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* LastSecondEndingChoice: ''2019'' has you choose whether or not to [[spoiler:seal away the Leggendary]] after defeating the FinalBoss (see MultipleEndings).


** ''Phantom Forces'' has blood puddles and splatters that would be common in an M-rated game, even though it's still up and is one of the most popular games. In game, dead bodies stay as solid objects, and due to the game’s Squad Spawn feature, bodies would frequently pile up around each other in the tens, which sometimes gets as bad as literally blocking doorways with a mountain of corpses, or worse, walking into a room with the walls ''covered'' in pure red and corpses littered ''everywhere.'' To get a perspective of how graphic it is, throw a grenade right next to a corpse (preferably with said corpse next to a wall) and watch the grenade explode while splattering blood all over the wall/floor in a terrifyingly realistic manner.[[https://imgur.com/a/KCgnaYK An example.]]

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** ''Phantom Forces'' has blood puddles and splatters that would be common in an M-rated game, even though it's still up and is one of the most popular games. In game, dead bodies stay as solid objects, and due to the game’s Squad Spawn feature, bodies would frequently pile up around each other in the tens, which sometimes gets as bad as literally blocking doorways with a mountain of corpses, or worse, walking into a room with the walls ''covered'' in pure red and corpses littered ''everywhere.'' To get a perspective of how graphic it is, throw a grenade right next to a corpse (preferably corpse, preferably with said corpse next to a wall) wall, and watch the grenade explode while splattering spraying blood all over the wall/floor in a terrifyingly realistic manner.manner. [[https://imgur.com/a/oRtamkA An extreme example.]] [[https://imgur.com/a/KCgnaYK An A more realistic example.]]
*** [[https://www.reddit.com/r/PhantomForces/comments/dp93qa/please_remove_team_collision_especially_corpses/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf More than one person has complained about corpse collision.
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** A user-generated item called [[https://www.roblox.com/catalog/4085923851/Badass-Shades-for-Badass-Individuals "Badass Shades for Badass Individuals"]]. Obvious.

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* ''VideoGame/LoomianLegacy''


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* RedHerring: In ''Airplane 2'', you meet the President of the United States, Ronald, who [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed is based on]] Creator/DonaldTrump. Anyone familiar with the secret ending of ''Airplane'' will recognize [[spoiler:that the monster's true name is Ronald]] and thus get antsy upon meeting the President. [[spoiler:As it turns out, it's a coincidence: if the player shoots the president in the LastSecondEndingChoice, it's reveal that the monster was actually the ''[[EvilAllAlong Agent]]''.]]


%%* ''VideoGame/BeeSwarmSimulator'' (The article for the game is currently being worked on. All examples have been deleted for the time being and will be moved there)



* ''[[VideoGame/QClash Q-Clash!]]''

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* ''[[VideoGame/QClash Q-Clash!]]''''VideoGame/QClash''



[[folder:''Bee Swarm Simulator'']]
%% This section documents the Roblox game, Bee Swarm Simualtor, since it has a lot of trope examples. It really needs to get its own article soon.
* ArcSymbol: Stars. They're commonly associated with Gifted Bees, there are amulets that are formed by discovering Gifted Bee types, they appear on Gifted Bee eggs and Star Jellies...
* ArcWords: "In your DarkestHour, he will be your light" or any variation thereof for the 2018 Beesmas event, "he" referring to Bubble Bee Man. Bee Bear says that Bubble Bee Man will always bring Beesmas cheer "even in your darkest hour" during the "[=BEElieve=]" quest, says this during the "Festive Bee Workshop 3" quest as a way to encourage you to not give up ([[ThatOneSidequest and he has good reason to]]), then his spirit says this after telling you that you should seek out Bubble Bee Man once again after completing Bee Bear's questline as a hint towards when you should find him (when it's nighttime), and finally, [=BBM=] himself says that he's "here again in your [[StealthPun darkest hour]]" at the start of his second quest.
* AwesomeButImpractical: Science Bear's translators can be used on any unintelligible creature you can think of (so far you can only use it on two specific bee [=NPCs=] and the Stick Bug). Unfortunately, ItOnlyWorksOnce; once you give a translator to any of the aforementioned characters, you cannot use it on another, meaning you need three translators if you want to communicate with them all.
* BigWhat: Panda Bear at the start of the "Ant Arrival" quest when he notices that the ants have returned.
* ButtMonkey: [[spoiler:''Onett'']] of all characters is this. [[spoiler:He's been spending months trying to remove ''a colossal lid that's stuck in the middle of the 30 Bee area'', complains about how the residents of the mountain constantly give him "problems", somehow ends up on the naughty list on Beesmas, it took '''four months''' for him to realize that he's been twisting said lid the wrong way, [[MurderArsonAndJaywalking and the Beesmas present you can give him is]] ''nothing'' (although, being the developer, he was probably aware of what it was anyway). After all that, the poor guy just wants to take a vacation and not think about bees for a month.]]
* BeeAfraid: Mostly averted, [[VirtuousBees as most bees in this game are friendly]] (unless, of course, you're an enemy who's after your blood), but played straight with [[SpikesOfVillainy Vicious Bee]] (with the exception of "tamed" ones); [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Sun Bear was unlucky enough to have been attacked by Vicious Bee once!]] [[spoiler:And if Black Bear's dialog during his "Black Bear, Why?" quest are any indication, there is another bee that can demolish fields with powerful gusts of wind that could be just as dangerous.]]
* BearsAreBadNews: Also mostly averted for similar reasons as the above trope, with the sole exceptions being [[SecretBoss Tunnel Bear]] [[spoiler:and Gummy Bear]].
* BigCreepyCrawlies: A number of enemies in this game are these.
* BigGood: Science Bear seems to be setting himself up as this, as one of the reasons he wants to build a universal translator is so that bears, bees, and beekeepers can work out their differences with mobs and hopefully have all species peacefully co-exist.
* BonusBoss: King Beetle and Tunnel Bear. Their locations are kept well under wraps unless you happen to be completing Panda Bear's quests, in which case he'll outright tell you where they are in his "Royal Rumble" and "[[spoiler:Ultimate Ant Annihilation 5]]" quests.
* ButForMeItWasTuesday: To players, the Stick Bug Challenge is a brutal multiplayer challenge where you have to fight a huge boss to earn points and get tons of items. [[spoiler:To Stick Bug, it's just a perfectly friendly game that lets him dance as much as he wants.]]
* CharacterFilibuster: Science Bear goes into great detail when talking about the subjects of his quests, especially in his later quests.
* CreatorCameo: Onett appears on top of one of the game's hives. [[spoiler:He's also a quest-giving NPC in the 30 Bee area.]]
* DanceBattler: Stick Bug always dances before unleashing an attack.
* DevelopersRoom: [[spoiler:The 30 bee area is inhabited by Onett, who is a quest giver there, and even gives you a bit on insight on his thoughts on development and simulators in general.]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: "The REAL Final Showdown" for Panda Bear. At the end of this quest, Panda Bear bids you goodbye...right before he notices the 20 Bee gate.
-->'''Panda Bear''': Wait... Whats that?
* EasterEgg:
** If you touch the Gummy Bee statue in the 20 Bee area, [[spoiler:the statue will request Gumdrops. Use some like you would normally, and you'll be taken to Gummy Bear's lair, which sells pieces of gear made for Gummy Soldiers and has a dispenser that gives you Glue.]]
** There's also secret obstacle courses hidden around the map that give you little rewards like Royal Jelly if you complete them. One is inhabited by Stick Bug, another has a detour that leads to a pad that can spawn a Moon Amulet, and you'll need to know the location of two more if you want to get the [[spoiler:Demon and Diamond Masks]].
** Several messages appear around the map which hint towards codes you can enter to get more items. For example, the model of Onett on the rightmost hive has a partially-full Port-a-hive with a visible pollen count on the back. That's the code.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: WordOfGod [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/bee-swarm-simulator/images/0/09/.GUMMYBEARSTALKERRR.PNG/revision/latest?cb=20181121153426 once claimed that]] Gummy Bear, one of the Traveling Bears, never actually "left", and that he's been watching the mountain "from space at all times". [[spoiler:The above Easter Egg takes you to Gummy Bear's lair, which is apparently located somewhere in space.]]
** Talking to Black Bear during his "Black Bear, Why?" quest will have him mention how he once saw a bee steamroll an entire field with "powerful gusts of wind", something that no currently discovered bee is capable of. [[spoiler:Later, you actually get to encounter this bee.]]
* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: Quest givers are the main source of explanation for in-game mechanics and items.
* HellIsThatNoise: The EvilLaugh-esque sound effect emitted by the [[spoiler:Demon]] Mask when its passive ability activates.
* ImpossiblePickleJar: [[spoiler:Onett is trying to remove a lid in the 30 Bee area that's WAY bigger than him.]]
* InsistentTerminology: Those normally inanimate objects aren't spitting, they're blowing bubbles.
* ItemCrafting: The Blender in the 15 Bee area's Badge Bearer's Guild lets you craft items such as extracts, oil, and Moon Charms, and you'll need a number of those items to craft gear such as hats and guards.
* LightIsNotGood: [[spoiler:Gummy Bear may have bright colors as his motif, but if you don't understand his views on goo, [[OneHitKill well...]]]]
* MediumAwareness: Just about everyone is aware that they're in a game. Talking to a bear after completing their questlines will have them tell you to wait for an update, and one of Mother Bear's dialogs even has her call [[spoiler:Onett "the developer of this game!"]]
* MultiMookMelee: The Ant Challenge pits you against a horde of ants, which come in species such as Fire Ants and Giant Ants, plus a ''lawn mower'' once you make enough progress.
* MundaneObjectAmazement: According to Sun Bear during his second visit, shoes have apparently become a new fashion craze outside the mountain.
* MusicalSpoiler: If you go near the platform where you can claim a Gummy Bee, the music that would normally play in the 20 Bee area will change to [[spoiler:Gummy Bear's {{Leitmotif}}]]. While it does set the mood for a Gummy Bee being formed if you have enough Gumdrops, it's also to clue you in that there's more to this platform than meets the eye.
* NoAntagonist: The game doesn't really have an actual antagonist other than the mobs, with the closest thing to a character who is outright malicious being [[spoiler:Gummy Bear]], though he doesn't have much plot relevance.
* NonNudeBathing: Since Bee Bear has worn his IconicOutfit for so long that it feels like a part of him, he sleeps ''and'' showers in that suit.
* NotEvilJustMisunderstood: Science Bear believes that the mobs are this, which plays a factor into wanting to build a universal Translator. [[spoiler:He may be onto something, as this trope does in fact apply to Stick Bug, who only seems to act hostile towards beekeepers during his challenge because he loves dancing.]]
* ObviousBeta: InUniverse: [[spoiler:Onett is surprised you made it past the 30 Bee gate since he hadn't finished whatever he's planning yet. The area itself looks empty and clustered.]]
* TheOneWhoWearsShoes: Sun Bear wears a pair of Beekeeper's Boots as of his second visit.
* ThePowerOfHate: Rage Bees and Demon Bees get their strength this way. Technically, this can also apply to the [[spoiler:Demon Mask]] according to its FlavorText.
* RealityEnsues: Science Bear notes that if the game were to portray the beehives realistically with the count of thousands of bees, at a time, this would crash the servers.
* Really700YearsOld: Bee Bear boasts about how he's never missed a Beesmas deadline in over 250 years.
* SeldomSeenSpecies: Sun bears. They're a real bear species, but are rarely seen in pop culture.
* SpikesOfVillainy: Vicious Bee. It has these running down its back, its attacks and special ability involve shooting spikes up from the ground, and it's the only bee in the game to act as an enemy.
* StoryBreadcrumbs: Some quests can tell you a little about the character that gave the quest to you if you talk to them during said quest.
* TagLine: Hatch Bees! Collect Pollen! Make Honey!
* TakeThatAudience: "We'll be at our busiest yet! Grinding away on a ''Roblox'' game, ignoring our families altogether!"
* TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/bee-swarm-simulator/images/b/b0/Beeattackingsratexposed.PNG/revision/latest?cb=20181110212140 According to the game's Discord]], the little lasers your bees fire when attacking enemies are actually "telepathic word-waves" that your bees use to tell the enemy to [[{{Pun}} buzz]] off.
* TranslatorMicrobes: With help from the player, Science Bear can build Translators that can then be used to communicate with [=NPCs=] that you wouldn't normally be able to ([[RedOniBlueOni Riley Bee, Bucko Bee]], [[DanceBattler Stick Bug]]), with his intention being to use his goal of removing the LanguageBarrier to hopefully bring peace between all species.
* VerbalTic: Bee Bear really likes to say "ho" a lot, to the point where he often says entire ''chains'' of ho's. He ''is'' the game's counterpart of SantaClaus, but even Santa himself doesn't say it THAT often...
* VileVillainSaccharineShow: One of the [[TemporaryOnlineContent Traveling Bears]], [[AmbiguouslyEvil Gummy Bear]], has proven to be rather disturbing. While covering places in goo sounds a bit like he's a bit of a minor nuisance, TheReveal in his "Peace Through Goo-nity" quest that it's so he can be as close to everything as possible is a bit icky. [[FromBadToWorse THEN]] there's the fact that [[spoiler:he will not hesitate to kill innocent beekeepers just for not understanding what he thinks about goo.]]
* VirtuousBees: The bees you employ help you gather pollen and fight off threats.
* WakeUpCallBoss: [[ChristmasEpisode Bee Bear's]] third quest, "[=BEElieve=]", due to one of the objectives involving interacting with the Bubble Bee Man NPC, which can be pretty difficult since [[GuideDangIt the game doesn't tell you WHERE he is]]. [[spoiler:He's hiding behind the Global Top Battlers Leaderboard.]]
* WhamLine: If you happen to talk to Mother Bear during her "Mother Bear's Midterm" quest, this will probably come as a shock if you haven't unlocked [[BrutalBonusLevel the 30 Bee area]] yet:
-->'''Mother Bear''': The 3rd and final [Star Treat] can be received from [[spoiler:Onett, the developer of this game]]! I've heard he's working on something beyond the 30 Bee Gate...
** Talking to [[spoiler:Gummy Bear in his lair]] has him say this, which is ''[[PlayerPunch especially]]'' shocking if you already worked for him before:
--->"What's that, [[spoiler:Gummy Bee]]?"
--->"[[spoiler:They're not seeing clearly?]]"
--->"[[spoiler:[[EvilLaugh YOU'RE ALWAYS RIGHT!]]]]"
--->"[[spoiler:GOO-dbye, beekeeper... [[OneHitKill HAH!]]]]"
** After completing Stick Bug's Egg Hunt quest, he'll tell you the following, and then give you your rewards. Three in particular stand out as none of the other quest givers have had them as quest rewards.
--->'''Stick Bug''': I've been around so long that [[SeenItAll not much surprises me]]. I've got to keep introducing things myself. How about you, [[CallingARabbitASmeerp flesh bug]]?\\
[[[spoiler:🌱 Stick Bug has planted an Epic Sprout... 🌱]\\
[🌱 Stick Bug has planted a Legendary Sprout... 🌱]\\
[🌱 Stick Bug has planted a Mythical Sprout... 🌱]]]
* WonderTwinPowers: Crimson Bee and Cobalt Bee's abilities work better when you have both of them; their pulse abilities fire both a red and blue pulse, and their Red and Blue Bomb Sync abilities can be combined.
* YouMeanXmas: Christmas is called "Beesmas"[[note]]Named after an unofficial event by Mah_Bucket[[/note]] in the world where the game takes place.
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%% This documents other Roblox games that have their own trope examples, but too few for their own section.


** ''Phantom Forces'' has blood puddles and splatters that would be common in an M-rated game, even though it's still up and is one of the most popular games. To get a perspective of how graphic it is, dead bodies stay as solid objects, and due to the game’s Squad Spawn feature, bodies would frequently pile up around each other in the tens, which sometimes gets as bad as literally blocking doorways with a mountain of corpses, or worse, walking into a room with the walls ''covered'' in pure red and corpses littered ''everywhere.''[[https://m.imgur.com/a/FOnLdXE An example.]]

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** ''Phantom Forces'' has blood puddles and splatters that would be common in an M-rated game, even though it's still up and is one of the most popular games. To get a perspective of how graphic it is, In game, dead bodies stay as solid objects, and due to the game’s Squad Spawn feature, bodies would frequently pile up around each other in the tens, which sometimes gets as bad as literally blocking doorways with a mountain of corpses, or worse, walking into a room with the walls ''covered'' in pure red and corpses littered ''everywhere.''[[https://m.imgur.com/a/FOnLdXE '' To get a perspective of how graphic it is, throw a grenade right next to a corpse (preferably with said corpse next to a wall) and watch the grenade explode while splattering blood all over the wall/floor in a terrifyingly realistic manner.[[https://imgur.com/a/KCgnaYK An example.]]


** ''Phantom Forces'' has blood puddles and splatters that would be common in an M-rated game, even though it's still up and is one of the most popular games. [[https://m.imgur.com/a/FOnLdXE An example.]]

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** ''Phantom Forces'' has blood puddles and splatters that would be common in an M-rated game, even though it's still up and is one of the most popular games. [[https://m.To get a perspective of how graphic it is, dead bodies stay as solid objects, and due to the game’s Squad Spawn feature, bodies would frequently pile up around each other in the tens, which sometimes gets as bad as literally blocking doorways with a mountain of corpses, or worse, walking into a room with the walls ''covered'' in pure red and corpses littered ''everywhere.''[[https://m.imgur.com/a/FOnLdXE An example.]]


** ''Phantom Forces'' has blood puddles and splatters that would be common in an M-rated game, even though it's still up and is one of the most popular games.

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** ''Phantom Forces'' has blood puddles and splatters that would be common in an M-rated game, even though it's still up and is one of the most popular games. [[https://m.imgur.com/a/FOnLdXE An example.]]


** Considering how much the game has evolved from what it used to be, the early days can be ''incredibly'' jarring to look back at for a contemporary player. Just to name a few things, the places were much more rudimentary and often relied only on a small amount of scripting, with only a few dedicated players making more impressive places (and even that was limited in scope). Also, prior to the shirts and pants update of 2008, the only character customization that existed were t-shirts (then simply called "shirts"), hats, and character colors. The explosions used to be solid red circles instead of more realistic looking ones, there was no dynamic lighting, and plenty of other expected features were completely absent as well. For the players who were around ''really'' early, it gets even stranger -- Robux were the only currency prior to tickets arriving (although they're gone again), and Builders' Club was still in early testing; one thing that might sound jarring to some players is that, before Builders' Club went live, it was awarded to players who won specific contests...for ''life!'' In modern times, the administrators would likely never dare give out a lifetime BC membership ''that'' easily, no matter how populated the game is now.

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** Considering how much the game has evolved from what it used to be, the early days can be ''incredibly'' jarring to look back at for a contemporary player. Just to name a few things, the places were much more rudimentary and often relied only on a small amount of scripting, with only a few dedicated players making more impressive places (and even that was limited in scope). Also, prior to the shirts and pants update of 2008, the only character customization that existed were t-shirts (then simply called "shirts"), "shirts") which were effectively just stickers on the front of the torso, hats, and character colors. The explosions used to be solid red circles instead of more realistic looking ones, there was no dynamic lighting, and plenty of other expected features were completely absent as well. For the players who were around ''really'' early, it gets even stranger -- Robux were the only currency prior to tickets arriving (although they're gone again), and Builders' Club was still in early testing; one thing that might sound jarring to some players is that, before Builders' Club went live, it was awarded to players who won specific contests...for ''life!'' In modern times, the administrators would likely never dare give out a lifetime BC membership ''that'' easily, no matter how populated the game is now.



* FunWithAcronyms: Most of the chosen names for war clans are acronyms. Running trend, probably to imitate government agencies that usually do such things.

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* FunWithAcronyms: FunWithAcronyms:
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Most of the chosen names for war clans are acronyms. Running trend, probably to imitate government agencies that usually do such things.things.
** This was actually the solution to the final hint during the ''Ready Player One'' event, where reading the first letter of each line spelt "Coffee", hinting that you needed to interact with the coffee shop in ''Egg Hunt 2018'' while wearing a certain egg.



** The entire [[SuicideDare "Go commit die"]] meme and its snowclones

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** The entire [[SuicideDare "Go commit die"]] meme and its snowclonessnowclones.



* LootBoxes: Many games now employ these as a way for players to obtain in-game virtual items, just to make more money.

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* LootBoxes: Many games now employ these as a way for players to obtain in-game virtual items, just to make more money. Due to regulations, the exact chances of getting a certain prize such as via rarity must be plainly displayed.



* PublicDomainSoundtrack: On behalf of APM Music, which Roblox signed a deal with, a huge plethora of music is granted for the usage in game creation, provided that there aren't more than 200 tracks used in one game alone.



** BearsAreBadNews: Also mostly averted for similar reasons as the above trope, with the sole exceptions being [[SecretBoss Tunnel Bear]] [[spoiler:and Gummy Bear]].

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** * BearsAreBadNews: Also mostly averted for similar reasons as the above trope, with the sole exceptions being [[SecretBoss Tunnel Bear]] [[spoiler:and Gummy Bear]].



* TheAntiNihilist: In ''Ghost Simulator'', Ghost Hunter Jax is fully aware of [[spoiler:the conflict between the NPC's and the developers]], but decides to stay out of it and is just happy about whatever the Ghost World did that [[spoiler:granted her free will]], so she pursues her musical goals with the help of the player.

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* TheAntiNihilist: In ''Ghost Simulator'', Ghost Hunter Jax is fully aware of [[spoiler:the conflict between the NPC's and the developers]], but decides to stay out of it and is just happy about whatever the Ghost World did that [[spoiler:granted her free will]], so she pursues her musical goals with the help of the player. [[spoiler:She later accepts an offer by the developers to join them, but she's only interested in getting the chance to talk to Ghost Hunter Ace and end the whole conflict so everyone can live happily.]]

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