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* GainaxEnding: It's never made clear if Claire Moon was rescued or not, as all we get is [[spoiler: a cutscene of the Neurographicon disappearing bit by bit, followed by the entire ship morphing into a bunch of icebergs in a similar vein to the people who caught up with death in their pods, cutting to a helicopter arriving.]] The fact that your character had had a loose grip on sanity at the beginning doesn't help.


* StrawmanHasAPoint: Grace Thermon was actually right to chastise Billy for smoking, especially considering the time period. [[SecondFaceSmoke He did intentionally ignore her, though]].

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* MoralEventHorizon: When Jan decides to [[spoiler: kidnap the ship's passengers to power the Neurographicon, showing no qualms about their lives whatsoever, and fully aware that the machine will [[GottaKillThemAll kill them]] since he won't revive them.]]

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* NightmareFuel
** The ship's engine room makes noises reminiscent of ''human screams''.
** After one of the dream worlds is completed, we see the dream's owner slowly decay to a skeleton, and as that dissolves, ''its eye sockets close over''.


* Irony: Partially due to possible SpecialEffectsFailure, in one scene, Grace complains about the sauna being too hot, while she's inside it, ''fully clothed''.

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* Irony: {{Irony}}: Partially due to possible SpecialEffectsFailure, in one scene, Grace complains about the sauna being too hot, while she's inside it, ''fully clothed''.


* StrawmanHasAPoint: Grace Thermon was actually right to chastise Billy for smoking, especially considering the time period. [[SecondFaceSmoke He intentionally ignored her, though]].

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* Irony: Partially due to possible SpecialEffectsFailure, in one scene, Grace complains about the sauna being too hot, while she's inside it, ''fully clothed''.
* StrawmanHasAPoint: Grace Thermon was actually right to chastise Billy for smoking, especially considering the time period. [[SecondFaceSmoke He did intentionally ignored ignore her, though]].


* StrawmanHasAPoint: Grace Thermon chastising Billy over smoking is a valid concern, even for 1928. [[SecondFaceSmoke He intentionally ignored her, though]].

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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Grace Thermon chastising was actually right to chastise Billy over smoking is a valid concern, even for 1928.smoking, especially considering the time period. [[SecondFaceSmoke He intentionally ignored her, though]].


* StrawmanHasAPoint: Grace Thermon chastising Billy over smoking is a remarkably sound issue, even for 1928. [[SecondFaceSmoke He intentionally ignored her, though]].

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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Grace Thermon chastising Billy over smoking is a remarkably sound issue, valid concern, even for 1928. [[SecondFaceSmoke He intentionally ignored her, though]].

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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Grace Thermon chastising Billy over smoking is a remarkably sound issue, even for 1928. [[SecondFaceSmoke He intentionally ignored her, though]].


* TearJerker: TheReveal at the end, of what happened to your father, Theordore Holmes.

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* TearJerker: TheReveal at the end, of what happened to your father, Theordore Holmes.Holmes.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: The music of this game may tip off some players to that of the original ''VideoGame/{{Myst}}'''s music. It's likely due to the fact that it was composed on the same type of keyboard used for that game.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: One scene of Leo randomly dancing in the ship's lounge, complete with Irish-sounding music to go with it. The scene loops, too.
--> '''Matthew''': What a ''strange'' cast of characters.
** Some of the animations that are there just for flavor can come off as jarring, like being able to stand on an old-fashioned [[ItMakesSenseInContext vibrator machine]] that makes the [[CameraAbuse camera shake]].


* GainaxEnding: It's never made clear if Claire Moon was rescued or not, as all we get is [[spoiler: a cutscene of the ship disappearing bit by bit, starting with the Neurographicon and morphing the ship into a bunch of icebergs, cutting to a helicopter arriving.]] The fact that your character had had a loose grip on sanity at the beginning doesn't help.

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* GainaxEnding: It's never made clear if Claire Moon was rescued or not, as all we get is [[spoiler: a cutscene of the ship Neurographicon disappearing bit by bit, starting with followed by the Neurographicon and entire ship morphing the ship into a bunch of icebergs, icebergs in a similar vein to the people who caught up with death in their pods, cutting to a helicopter arriving.]] The fact that your character had had a loose grip on sanity at the beginning doesn't help.


* GainaxEnding: It's never made clear if Claire Moon was rescued or not, as all we get is a cutscene of the ship disappearing bit by bit, starting with the Neurographicon and morphing the ship into a bunch of icebergs, cutting to a helicopter arriving. The fact that your character had had a loose grip on sanity at the beginning doesn't help.

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* GainaxEnding: It's never made clear if Claire Moon was rescued or not, as all we get is [[spoiler: a cutscene of the ship disappearing bit by bit, starting with the Neurographicon and morphing the ship into a bunch of icebergs, cutting to a helicopter arriving. arriving.]] The fact that your character had had a loose grip on sanity at the beginning doesn't help.

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* GainaxEnding: It's never made clear if Claire Moon was rescued or not, as all we get is a cutscene of the ship disappearing bit by bit, starting with the Neurographicon and morphing the ship into a bunch of icebergs, cutting to a helicopter arriving. The fact that your character had had a loose grip on sanity at the beginning doesn't help.
* TearJerker: TheReveal at the end, of what happened to your father, Theordore Holmes.

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