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Dec 15th 2015 at 7:52:40 PM •••

I think this is misuse.

What the Hell, Player?: In the Steam version, the achievement for starting a game with an edited level is called "What Have You Done".

I don't see how it's rebuke toward player. You play edited level, which is what you have done indeed. So...can someone tell me where's What the Hell part?

Aug 9th 2010 at 11:54:10 PM •••


The sugarwiki half of this page really doesn't work without this one. Personally, I'd prefer to see Eversion get a place on the main wiki, though there'll be a shitstorm over it. Are you volunteering to write the main page?

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Aug 10th 2010 at 12:23:34 AM •••

It's not a joke when its duel existence on the Darth Wiki and Sugar Wiki acts as a meta-explanation of the game's mechanics. To be honest, I think its a rather clever use of this website and it helps convey the game's true nature better than just adding trope examples on a main page.

Edited by RedViking
Aug 10th 2010 at 12:42:02 AM •••

What I don't like about it is that if I just want to look at tropes the game uses I have to wade through "this game Tastes Like Diabetes" hype and "this game eats babies" hype.

Aug 10th 2010 at 6:36:10 AM •••

"I don't like the format so I want all the information wiped from the wiki"? Yeah, that's not going to happen. "Huge discussion over how to possibly reformat things, rearrange things, move words around, insert some extra sentences and make 101 possible adjustments before the major change, discuss the value of the major change, enacting the major change after forming consensus"? Yeah, that hasn't happened. At all.

Edited by SomeSortOfTroper
May 5th 2010 at 3:06:24 AM •••

As per our Spoiler Policy ("Spoiler tagging the trope name is pointless. Don't do it, period."), I have removed the spoiler tagging for the trope names And Then John Was a Zombie and Tomato in the Mirror.

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