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Not related to ''VideoGame/SevenTheDaysLongGone''.

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[[SimilarlyNamedWorks Not related related]] to ''VideoGame/SevenTheDaysLongGone''.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: [[spoiler:The fact that Rourke is shooting innocent civilians is foreshadowed pretty quickly, as, through his lens, its possible to notice that the silhouettes of his targets look nothing like soldiers and just look like normal people and the fact that the area looks nothing like an enemy camp.]]

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[[spoiler:The fact that Rourke is shooting innocent civilians is foreshadowed pretty quickly, as, through his lens, its possible to notice that the silhouettes of his targets look nothing like soldiers and just look like normal people and the fact that the area looks nothing like an enemy camp.]]]]
** In their first night in Germany, Atiye tells the group that the fact that Horst Weber is leading the polls is upsetting to her. On the next day, she reveals that his party is a heavily prejudicial one against minorities and especially immigrants, and that they had been harassing her and Zoe for reporting on it.


* InMediasRes: The story starts with Rourke being asked by Lynn to snipe some enemy drones from the top of a church.

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* InMediasRes: The story starts with Rourke being asked by Lynn to snipe some enemy drones from the top of a church. When they are both backed against a wall by an invading enemy, the story goes about 2 days back to reveal how they got to that point.



* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Adair and Rourke, when running away, try to do so quietly, once their desertion is found out, they are hunted by their own country and can't go back.

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* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Adair and Rourke, when running away, try to do so quietly, and only leading Rourke to a hospital to sit the mission out, once their desertion is found out, they are hunted by their own country and can't go back.


* AdultFear: One of the Kaliningrad quests revolves around a mother whose daughter goes missing while their town is at risk of a terrorist attack.

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* AdultFear: One of the Kaliningrad quests revolves around a mother whose daughter goes missing while their town is at risk of a terrorist attack. Another one has a mother with a sick baby to whom she can't get the medicine because she can't leave a safe environment or leave her other child behind to get the medicine.


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* InMediasRes: The story starts with Rourke being asked by Lynn to snipe some enemy drones from the top of a church.

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* AdultFear: One of the Kaliningrad quests revolves around a mother whose daughter goes missing while their town is at risk of a terrorist attack.


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* DramaticIrony: In a Kaliningrad quest, Ivan and Rourke help a little girl find her missing music box, which was a gift from her father before he moved to a nearby small town. Ivan promises the girl she will see her father again. [[spoiler:Rourke stays quiet, but he wonders whether her father is one of the people he killed.]]


* YouAreNumberFour: Each soldier has a number assigned to them. Officially, their name seem to be the number, and their names are a way for them to talk with each other.

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* YouAreNumberFour: YouAreNumberSix: Each soldier has a number assigned to them. Officially, their name seem to be the number, and their names are a way for them to talk with each other.


* AnimalMotif: Ravens. The squad of The Core is called The Raven Squad, which is where both Adair and Rourke are in the beginning of the story, and ravens are also used as save spots in the game.



* ChildSoldier: The soldiers from The Core are trained from childhood to become soldiers. In his narration, Rourke mentions knowing how to use a rifle ever since he was young. One of the earliest quests in the game lets Rourke find a room that oversees a number of incubators with babies.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: [[spoiler:The fact that Rourke is shooting innocent civilians is foreshadowed pretty quickly, as, through his lens, its possible to notice that the silhouettes of his targets look nothing like soldiers and just look like normal people and the fact that the area looks nothing like an enemy camp.]]



* WarIsHell: Basically the game's premise is based on Rourke realizing this once he takes part in a mission for the military and [[spoiler:is made to kill innocents]].
* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Adair and Rourke, when running away, try to do so quietly, once their desertion is found out, they are hunted by their own country and can't go back.

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* WarIsHell: Basically the game's premise is based on Rourke realizing this once he takes part in a mission for the military and [[spoiler:is made to kill innocents]].
innocent civilians]].
* YouAreNumberFour: Each soldier has a number assigned to them. Officially, their name seem to be the number, and their names are a way for them to talk with each other.
* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Adair and Rourke, when running away, try to do so quietly, once their desertion is found out, they are hunted by their own country and can't go back.back.
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* WarIsHell: Basically the game's premise is based on Rourke realizing this once he takes part in a mission for the military and [[spoiler:is made kill innocents]].

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* WarIsHell: Basically the game's premise is based on Rourke realizing this once he takes part in a mission for the military and [[spoiler:is made to kill innocents]].


''Long Gone Days'' is a role playing game written and illustrated by [[https://twitter.com/burasto Camilla Gomez]], with [[https://twitter.com/videlap Pablo Videla]] also as writer and [[https://twitter.com/camkida Camilo Sáez]] as programmer.

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''Long Gone Days'' is a role playing game written and illustrated by [[https://twitter.com/burasto Camilla Gomez]], Camila Gormaz]], with [[https://twitter.com/videlap Pablo Videla]] also as writer and [[https://twitter.com/camkida Camilo Sáez]] as programmer.


* FirstEpisodeSpoiler: [[spoiler:The very first mission Rourke is given in the game, and what makes him run away from it, is the fact that the mission is a FalseFlagOperation and the victims of the attack were innocent people]].

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* FirstEpisodeSpoiler: [[spoiler:The very first mission Rourke is given in the game, and what makes him run away from it, The Core, is the fact that the mission is a FalseFlagOperation and the victims of the attack were innocent people]].



* RealityEnsues: In order to talk with people in a different part of the word, the player needs to find a way to translate it, because people in different locals will talk different languages, and your character never learned the others.

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* RealityEnsues: In order to talk with people in a different part of the word, the player needs to find a way to translate it, because people in different locals locales will talk different languages, and your character never learned the others.


* Animesque: The writers and artists are Chilean, yet at a glance it can be mistaken as a translated Japanese work.

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* Animesque: {{Animesque}}: The writers and artists are Chilean, yet at a glance it can be mistaken as a translated Japanese work.

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* Animesque: The writers and artists are Chilean, yet at a glance it can be mistaken as a translated Japanese work.


* FirstEpisodeSpoiler: [[spoiler:The very first mission Rourke is given in the game, and what makes him run away from it, is the fact that the mission is a false flag operation and the victims of the attack were innocent people]].

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* FirstEpisodeSpoiler: [[spoiler:The very first mission Rourke is given in the game, and what makes him run away from it, is the fact that the mission is a false flag operation FalseFlagOperation and the victims of the attack were innocent people]].



* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Rourke, as a last minute addition to the group that is responsible for the mission, is not told that [[spoiler:it's a false flag operation and they are attacking innocents.]]

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* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Rourke, as a last minute addition to the group that is responsible for the mission, is not told that [[spoiler:it's a false flag operation FalseFlagOperation and they are attacking innocents.]]


Not related to ''VideoGame/SevenTheDaysLongGone''.



* CentralTheme: The horrors of war, as well as what a soldier can be subjected to, both mentally and physically.

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* CentralTheme: The horrors of horrific acts that happen in a war, as well as what a soldier can be subjected to, both mentally and physically.

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''Long Gone Days'' is a role playing game written and illustrated by [[https://twitter.com/burasto Camilla Gomez]], with [[https://twitter.com/videlap Pablo Videla]] also as writer and [[https://twitter.com/camkida Camilo Sáez]] as programmer.

The game follows Rourke, a sniper of the military of an underground nation named "The Core", who deserts together with a medic colleague Adair upon realizing the horrors he was being forced to commit by the military.

The game ran a successful campaign in 2016 on Website/{{Indiegogo}}. It's demo, originally fully developed by Gomez is available together with the Early Access version of the game on [[https://laburatory.itch.io/lgd itch.io]] and [[https://gamejolt.com/games/lgd/151330 Game Jolt]]. The game is [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/510540/Long_Gone_Days/ also available]] on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. The game also has a [[https://twitter.com/lgdays Twitter page]].

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* CentralTheme: The horrors of war, as well as what a soldier can be subjected to, both mentally and physically.
* FirstEpisodeSpoiler: [[spoiler:The very first mission Rourke is given in the game, and what makes him run away from it, is the fact that the mission is a false flag operation and the victims of the attack were innocent people]].
* InfantImmortality: Subverted strongly. [[spoiler:A kid, the only survivor of the place that the tropes just ravaged, is killed in front of Rourke]].
* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Rourke, as a last minute addition to the group that is responsible for the mission, is not told that [[spoiler:it's a false flag operation and they are attacking innocents.]]
* RealityEnsues: In order to talk with people in a different part of the word, the player needs to find a way to translate it, because people in different locals will talk different languages, and your character never learned the others.
* SeriesEstablishingMoment: [[spoiler:Rourke realizing the only person left to kill is a young child, as well as the fact that he just killed a lot of innocent people and that his companions know about this and that child is killed in front of him]].
* WarIsHell: Basically the game's premise is based on Rourke realizing this once he takes part in a mission for the military and [[spoiler:is made kill innocents]].
* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Adair and Rourke, when running away, try to do so quietly, once their desertion is found out, they are hunted by their own country and can't go back.

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