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* UnusualEuphemism / GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Pink's [[UsefulNotes/BritishEnglish Cockney Rhyming Slang]].

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* UnusualEuphemism / GettingCrapPastTheRadar: UnusualEuphemism: Pink's [[UsefulNotes/BritishEnglish Cockney Rhyming Slang]].

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: The Tzimisce Voivodes deposed their peer, Vukodlak, as they considered his EvilPlan utterly insane.


* AllYourPowersCombined: Christof can learn the disciplines from any clan, whereas the NPCs (friendly or enemy) can only learn their own clan's disciplines.

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* AllYourPowersCombined: Christof can learn the disciplines from any clan, whereas the NPCs [=NPCs=] (friendly or enemy) can only learn their own clan's disciplines.

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* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: The [[EvilSorcerer Tremere's]] base of operations is called "Haus De Hexe". Two problems: "de" mean "of" in Spanish, NOT German. Second: Hexe is singular, which is also presumably a mistake as there is obviously more than one Tremere in it. A proper rendering would be "Haus Der Hexen."

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** True in a more literal sense as well. The two bad endings simply require you to choose certain dialogue options before the final boss; either one skips the fight and triggers its own BadEnding. The good one requires you to [[ShutUpHannibal give him the finger]] and engage in a NintendoHard two-phased boss fight against by far the most dangerous enemy in the game.

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** Most lengthy levels have a convenient exit after completion through which you can resurface at the entrance or the first floor... except for the Setite Temple, which you'll have to run all the way back through, ''twice''.


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** This works to your advantage in places. Your coterie will sometimes ignore a stealthed enemy's invisibility and rush over to smash them, even when the character you're controlling cannot.


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* TheGenericGuy: Samuel is probably the coterie member with the least characterisation, simply being a NiceGuy. Downplayed with Serena, who adds very little to the plot and doesn't get much dialogue, but has an otherworldly air about her and is one of the most popular characters with players; some DummiedOut dialogue has her enlighten Christof with [[CursedWithAwesome some interesting commentary]] on how she's come to view the curse.

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* BadassBystander: Sumner Montague, your esoteric goods merchant in the modern nights, is not even slightly afraid of the creatures he's dealing with and even talks back to [[HairTriggerTemper Pink]].


* TheMole: [[spoiler:Pink]] turns out to be a Tzimisce who wanted to delay Christof til it's too late.

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* TheMole: [[spoiler:Pink]] turns out to be a Tzimisce Assemite who wanted to delay Christof til it's too late.

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* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: The Tzimisce, surprisingly, between the Dark Ages and modern nights. The chroniclers in the Society of Leopold attribute Vukodlak's EvilPlan to the entire clan, when in reality [[EvenEvilHasStandards he was deposed and cast into torpor by his fellow Voivodes for being too radical]].

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** After an early quest, a ghastly-looking madwoman can be found near the convent spouting dire portents and grim recollections of abuse at the hands of an unknown man. Her name is Libussa and she is the BigBad's ghoul/chief lieutenant, although the creature she speaks of will not be met for a long while yet.
** The first boss, Ahzra, also speaks of his coming awakening.

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* AllYourPowersCombined: Christof can learn the disciplines from any clan, whereas the NPCs (friendly or enemy) can only learn their own clan's disciplines.


* OhCrap: Christof first encounter with the Ghoul Rats.

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* OhCrap: Christof Christof's first encounter with the Ghoul Rats.


* SoLongAndThanksForAllTheGear: [[spoiler: Pink]]

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* SoLongAndThanksForAllTheGear: [[spoiler: Pink]]Pink.]]


* EnemyMine: Wilhelm, a Sabbat, agrees to work with Christof because a) they're old friends before being sired, and b) there's a greater evil at work.

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* EnemyMine: Wilhelm, a Sabbat, agrees to work with Christof because a) they're old friends before being from when Christof was sired, and b) there's a greater evil at work.



* FleshGolem: Schlachtas and War Ghouls. Both, of course, are the Tzimisce's doing.

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* FleshGolem: Schlachtas Szlachtas and War Ghouls. Both, of course, are the Tzimisce's doing.


* {{Cloudcuckoolander}} - Dev/Null the Malkavian. [[spoiler: He was actually trying to warn you about Pink the whole time.]]

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}} - {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Dev/Null the Malkavian. [[spoiler: He was actually trying to warn you about Pink the whole time.]]

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