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* GoodBadBugs: In the commercial version, the Extinguish psionic would extinguish any flame, even those that were meant to be permanent barriers keeping you from turning back. It would also "extinguish" the life force of any monster or NPC it was cast on, up to and including the BigBad.

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* GoodBadBugs: In the commercial version, the Extinguish psionic would extinguish any flame, even those Pitor's Jewels increase your GP by 30, but are never spent, meaning that were meant to be permanent barriers keeping they're an infinite source of money as long as you from turning back. It would also "extinguish" the life force of any monster or NPC it was cast on, up limit your purchases to and including the BigBad.items that cost under that.


* DevelopersForesight: It's possible to get the Glowing Key from Red's quarters without killing him. If you do so, then some of Nemesis' dialogue will change accordingly.

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* DevelopersForesight: It's possible to get the Glowing Key from Red's quarters without killing him. If you do so, then some of Nemesis' dialogue will change accordingly.


* UnwinnableByInsanity: If you close the door to Pollux's house in Billsville, it will automatically lock. Since no [[NonPlayerCharacter NPCs]] ever open the door, closing it while inside the house will leave you trapped forever.

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* UnwinnableByInsanity: If you close the door to Pollux's house in Billsville, it will automatically lock. Since no [[NonPlayerCharacter NPCs]] ever open the door, closing it while inside the house will leave you trapped forever.forever.
** It's also possible to be trapped in Vex Chamber II by pushing one of the blocks into the escape path. Since you can't pull the blocks, you won't be able to bring it back out to solve the puzzle, and you can't use the escape path either, for obvious reasons.


* TheScrappy: Himan "The Teriffigreat", self-proclaimed ruler of [=McTeague=], is almost universally hated, both in- and out-of universe.

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* TheScrappy: Himan "The Teriffigreat", Terrifigreat", self-proclaimed ruler of [=McTeague=], is almost universally hated, both in- and out-of universe.


* UnwinnableByInsanity: If you close the door to Pollux's house in Billsville, it will automatically lock. Since no NPCs ever open the door, closing it while inside the house will leave you trapped forever.

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* UnwinnableByInsanity: If you close the door to Pollux's house in Billsville, it will automatically lock. Since no NPCs [[NonPlayerCharacter NPCs]] ever open the door, closing it while inside the house will leave you trapped forever.


* TheScrappy: Himan "The Teriffigreat", self-proclaimed ruler of [=McTeague=], is almost universally hated, both in- and out-of universe.

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* TheScrappy: Himan "The Teriffigreat", self-proclaimed ruler of [=McTeague=], is almost universally hated, both in- and out-of universe.universe.
* UnwinnableByInsanity: If you close the door to Pollux's house in Billsville, it will automatically lock. Since no NPCs ever open the door, closing it while inside the house will leave you trapped forever.

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* GoodBadBugs: In the commercial version, the Extinguish psionic would extinguish any flame, even those that were meant to be permanent barriers keeping you from turning back. It would also "extinguish" the life force of any monster or NPC it was cast on, up to and including the BigBad.


* TheScrappy: Himan "The Teriffigreat", self-proclaimed ruler of [=McTeague=], is almost universally hated, both in- or out-of universe.

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* TheScrappy: Himan "The Teriffigreat", self-proclaimed ruler of [=McTeague=], is almost universally hated, both in- or and out-of universe.

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* TheScrappy: Himan "The Teriffigreat", self-proclaimed ruler of [=McTeague=], is almost universally hated, both in- or out-of universe.

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