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* GenreShift: The Important Cosmic Jobs DLC has no combat, and revolves around more involved puzzle solving and collectible hunting.


* NegativeContinuity: [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]] in the Important Cosmic Jobs DLC, which appears to ignore the main campaign's ending until [[spoiler:the paranoid janitor spouts his theory that everyone's secretly dead, and sweats that he was relaxing in a jacuzzi in heaven one moment and back in his crummy job the next.]]

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* NegativeContinuity: [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]] in the Important Cosmic Jobs DLC, which appears to ignore the main campaign's ending until [[spoiler:the paranoid janitor spouts his theory that everyone's secretly dead, and sweats swears that he was relaxing in a jacuzzi in heaven one moment and back in his crummy job the next.]]


* TheCuckoolanderWasRight: [[spoiler: The paranoid janitor in the Important Cosmic Jobs DLC spouts ridiculous rantings about conspiracies,all of which are patently ridiculous... unless you've finished the main campaign, in which case the one about everyone being dead and mysteriously ceasing to be in heaven makes a lot more sense...]]

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* TheCuckoolanderWasRight: [[spoiler: The paranoid janitor in the Important Cosmic Jobs DLC spouts ridiculous rantings about conspiracies,all conspiracies, all of which are patently ridiculous... unless you've finished the main campaign, in which case the one about everyone being dead and mysteriously ceasing to be in heaven makes a lot more sense...]]

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* TheCuckoolanderWasRight: [[spoiler: The paranoid janitor in the Important Cosmic Jobs DLC spouts ridiculous rantings about conspiracies,all of which are patently ridiculous... unless you've finished the main campaign, in which case the one about everyone being dead and mysteriously ceasing to be in heaven makes a lot more sense...]]


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* NegativeContinuity: [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]] in the Important Cosmic Jobs DLC, which appears to ignore the main campaign's ending until [[spoiler:the paranoid janitor spouts his theory that everyone's secretly dead, and sweats that he was relaxing in a jacuzzi in heaven one moment and back in his crummy job the next.]]

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* CuttingTheKnot: If you spend enough time trying to solve the tree button puzzle in Schleemy World, Trover will impatiently request you to have him smash the door down.


* HostileShowTakeover: Jopo Mode replaces Trover with a random weirdo named Jopo. All instances of Trover's name is dialog are deliberately clumsily replaced with Jopo's. The mode also alters the game's title screen with a piece of paper taped over it, implying that the mode is Jopo's own doing.

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* HostileShowTakeover: Jopo Mode replaces Trover with a random weirdo named Jopo. All instances of Trover's name is in dialog are deliberately clumsily replaced with Jopo's. The mode also alters the game's title screen with a piece of paper taped over it, implying that the mode is Jopo's own doing.


* HostileShowTakeover: Jopo Mode replaces Trover with a random weirdo named Jopo. All instances of Trover's name is dialog are deliberately clumsily replaced with Jopo's. The mode also alters the game's title screen with a piece of paper taped over it, implying that the mode is Jopo's doing.

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* HostileShowTakeover: Jopo Mode replaces Trover with a random weirdo named Jopo. All instances of Trover's name is dialog are deliberately clumsily replaced with Jopo's. The mode also alters the game's title screen with a piece of paper taped over it, implying that the mode is Jopo's own doing.

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* HostileShowTakeover: Jopo Mode replaces Trover with a random weirdo named Jopo. All instances of Trover's name is dialog are deliberately clumsily replaced with Jopo's. The mode also alters the game's title screen with a piece of paper taped over it, implying that the mode is Jopo's doing.


* FluffyCloudHeaven: [[spoiler:Everyone ends up here when you and Trover accidentally destroy the universe. [[{{Deconstruction}} It's clearly intended to feel weird to the player]] that everyone is guaranteed eternal bliss after death, rendering mortal life meaningless.]]



* KillEmAll: [[spoiler:In the end, everyone you "help" dies, and during [[FinalBoss Glorkon]], Trover gets his head torn off, and using said head, you use it to defeat [[FinalBoss Glorkon]], but the explosion obliterates the entire universe. This is revealed after the battle, and everyone that died is now in heaven.]]

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* KillEmAll: [[spoiler:In the end, everyone you "help" dies, and dies; during [[FinalBoss Glorkon]], the Glorkon battle]], Trover gets his head torn off, and using said head, you use it to defeat [[FinalBoss Glorkon]], Glorkon, but the explosion obliterates the entire universe. This is revealed after the battle, and when you awaken to discover that everyone that died is now in heaven.]]

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* TheWatcher: This is the deal with the Abstainers, who observe everything happening in every reality. They only have this ability when they are together; they lose it when Glorkon goes bad, having [[spoiler:discovered via his Abstainer powers that his ideal lover will never exist unless he makes her exist by forcibly creating her homeworld.]]


** Parodied with [[spoiler:Doopie Dooper, who gives you increasingly silly box-moving tasks, culminating in one that is impossible. The boxes must instead be used as stairs to progress - and you can do this from the beginning, which earns you an achievement.]]

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** Parodied with [[spoiler:Doopie [[spoiler:Doopy Dooper, who gives you increasingly silly box-moving tasks, culminating in one that is impossible. The boxes must instead be used as stairs to progress - and you can do this from the beginning, which earns you an achievement.]]

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** Parodied with [[spoiler:Doopie Dooper, who gives you increasingly silly box-moving tasks, culminating in one that is impossible. The boxes must instead be used as stairs to progress - and you can do this from the beginning, which earns you an achievement.]]


* LivingBattery: Glorkon kidnapped the dogs so that he can use them in this manner. Trover [[NotSoDifferent does the same]] with the power babies. In both cases, it only works when placed in a being's eyeholes. Moreover, since power babies grant Trover his unique abilities, and he only has two eyeholes, swapping one for the other including the baby being replaced getting ''eaten'' by the one you put in its stead.

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* LivingBattery: Glorkon kidnapped the dogs so that he can use them in this manner. Trover [[NotSoDifferent does the same]] with the power babies. In both cases, it only works when placed in a being's eyeholes. Moreover, since power babies grant Trover his unique abilities, and he only has two eyeholes, swapping one for the other including includes the baby being replaced getting ''eaten'' by the one you put in its stead.


* AlienSky: Some planets have a green sky.

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* AlienSky: Some planets have a green sky. [[spoiler:The color of the sky becomes extremely relevant to one level's story.]]


* KillEmAll: [[spoiler:In the end, everyone you "help" dies, and during [[FinalBoss Glorkon]], Trover gets his head torn off, and using said head, use it kill [[FinalBoss Glorkon]], but the explosion kills you as well. This is shown after the battle, and everyone that died is now in heaven.]]

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* KillEmAll: [[spoiler:In the end, everyone you "help" dies, and during [[FinalBoss Glorkon]], Trover gets his head torn off, and using said head, you use it kill to defeat [[FinalBoss Glorkon]], but the explosion kills you as well. obliterates the entire universe. This is shown revealed after the battle, and everyone that died is now in heaven.]]

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