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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })WildStar was a Space Western Science Fantasy MMORPG by Carbine Studios. It was released on June 3, 2014 and went Free-To-Play September 29, 2015.The story followed the war between two factions — the Dominion, The Empire spanning and controlling much of the known galaxy, and the Exiles, a motley crew of criminals, mercenaries, and refugees forced off their homeworlds — over the recent discovery of the mythical Nexus, the homeworld of the Eldan, the Benevolent Precursorsnote The "benevolent" part is up for question of said empire who mysteriously disappeared long ago.The Exiles want the lush, vibrant planet as their new homeworld. The Dominion see it as their "inheritance" from the Eldan. That the place is filled with untold amounts of ancient ruins and still-functioning machinery is just the icing on the cake.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The game sought to differ itself from other MMOs by having a whole host of innovative features, which followed three general rules: Play How You Want, the Elder Game (level-cap content), and Have Fun.The first was best exemplified by the Path system, a game mechanic that gives you unique missions and rewards based on four player archetypes:
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"Flowers for Algernon" Syndrome: In an early part of Farside, the characters can discover a the body parts of a Skeech, torn apart by his fellow blue imps for the crime of being smart. As opposed to other Skeech, he's intelligent, well-spoken, and even gives you a few quests as he tries to bring the same enlightenment to the others, only to fail. Eventually, the characters learn that the only thing making him different is the helmet one of the Eldan gave him long ago, and even that eventually wears out, forcing the characters to kill him as he lapses back into the same xenophobic savagery as the others.
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Unexpected Gameplay Change
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Unexpected Gameplay Change: A quest in Blighthaven and a challenge in the Defile suddenly challenge the player's mathematical skills. Better hope you remember the four basic functions, exponents, and factorials.
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Technically Living Zombie
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Technically Living Zombie: The Mordesh are cyborg aliens cursed with a degenerative disease, christened the Contagion. Rotting flesh? Yes. Potential to degrade into a mindless cannibal? Yes. Dead? Nope.
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No Biochemical Barriers
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No Biochemical Barriers: Partially averted; while all player characters can eat the in-game food with no trouble, including the robot Mechari, a notepad in a bar in one of the first Dominion zones notes that every alcoholic Chua drink is invariably, excruciatingly, and fatally poisonous to non-Chua, and has "virgin" variants for those who want the flavor and alcoholic content, but not the horrible death.
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"Well Done, Son!" Guy: The totally coincidental mysterious disappearances of his 13 siblings were helpful to Mondo Zax's attempts to get closer to his father.
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Terraform
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Terraform: The Eldan have left plenty of these devices on Nexus. Sometimes, it works on a very small, local scale (Deradune), and sometimes, it encompasses an entire region (the Northern Wilds).
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Order Versus Chaos
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Order Versus Chaos: The most basic grounds for the conflict between the Exiles and the Dominion. Both sides tend to lean on the extreme side of their respective ideologies: The Dominion strives to maintain an orderly, powerful Empire, by enforcing strict laws and caste systems to keep it running like a well-oiled machine. However, these laws and systems can be very oppressive and borderline draconian — such as the Ancestral Decree, which grants higher status and privileges to Cassians with Eldan blood and relegates those without to mere second-class citizen status — and the Empire can be very ruthless and cruel to those perceived as having wronged them, bordering fanatical in their quest to bring civilization to the "unenlightened masses" of the galaxy. The Empire also demands unconditional loyalty and obedience from its subjects - either you obey, or you're immediately branded a traitor and executed. The Exiles embody free thinking, individuality, and do not have a formal government, only a loose coalition of organizations and races held together by a treaty (referred to as the Exile Accord) which was created to ensure their survival against the superiorly-equipped Dominion. The lack of formal government makes many Exile communities susceptible to isolation and targeting by criminal gangs such as the Darkspur Cartel and the Marauders, who tend to have an easier time establishing a foothold within said communities. In addition, some communities have little to no support from other Exiles (exemplified by the District Falls' siege by Ravenous Mordesh, despite being neighbored to the capital city of Thayd). The Justice system is enforced by Judges, who themselves are wandering, nomadic law-enforcers that do not allow themselves to get attached to certain communities. Exile Peacekeepers, who protect settlements, are only volunteers and mostly get crushed by criminal organisations.
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Rule of Fun
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Rule of Fun: Carbine has made it a point that if a feature is not fun, it must be made so, or risk being cut. The majority of the game's logic and quests also apply.
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Little Bit Beastly
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Little Bit Beastly: Though Aurin have tails, animal ears, fangs, claws, elongated limbs, and feline eyes, it's very easy not to notice many of those, and they're still very human in appearance otherwise.
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Shout-Out Theme Naming
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Shout-Out Theme Naming: The Mordesh seem to be named after classic horror characters, figures and authors, such as Mary Shelley of Frankenstein fame and the protagonist of the same novel, Victor Frankenstein.
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Fantasy Axis of Evil: Applies to both sides, really, since they are Not So Different: Dominion Humanoid: Cassians, who are simply humans, though their nobility, the Luminai, have a touch of Fallen about them. Savage: The Draken, who find hunting and fighting the most enjoyable, nay, only purpose to life. Fallen: The Mechari, who run the information gathering parts of the government and worse. Crafty: The Chua, who will build machines of death and destruction because they can and because it's funny to watch them attack others. Exiles Humanoid: The Humans, who are Exactly What It Says on the Tin. Fallen: The Mordesh, who definitely are not space zombies, and run the medical and spy networks. Savage: The Granok, who live for fighting and beer, not necessarily in that order. Crafty: The Aurin, who use their smarts to overcome the fact that they're actually quite tiny and frail.
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Visual Pun
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Visual Pun: Granok are a humanoid species composed mostly from rocks. Male characters can have a moustache made from moss — a mosstache, if you will.
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Cute Is Evil: The Chua.
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Wicked Cultured
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Wicked Cultured: Mechari, Highborn Cassians, and the Dominion in general. Though the Draken and the Chua are about as far as you can get from "Cultured," the empire's aesthetic is clean, elegant, and very, very expensive. Yet another aspect that separates the Mordesh from their fellow Exiles is their sophistication and sheer elegance. In an entire faction of rough and tumble, "pull up your sleeves and get dirty" species, they are the ones preferring to stay in the background and quietly pull strings. Their emotes also use a distinct economy of movement. The female Mordesh wave, for example, is the Mordesh raising their hand slightly and waving with their fingers, while the other races raise their hands above their shoulders and wave vigorously with their entire arm.
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Artificial Limbs
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Artificial Limbs: Dorian Walker, discoverer of Nexus, has had more than his fair share of scrapes and mishaps. Mordesh have numerous cybernetic implants or parts replacing entire sections of their bodies. This is mostly because they are slowly rotting away, and that they need a system to deliver their Vitalus Serum, the one thing keeping them from degenerating into mindless, cannibalistic corpses. Judge Kain has a robotic right arm.
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I Need a Freaking Drink
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I Need a Freaking Drink: In the video introducing the Chua, Malvolio is less than pleased that he has to talk about them, and orders a huge glass of wine first. It empties itself very quickly.
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Harmful Healing
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Harmful Healing: Dr. Victor Lazarin created an immortality serum and gave it to his entire race, the Mordesh. Unfortunately it turned out to cause their flesh to rot while still alive and their minds to deteriorate similarly. He did manage to come up with a treatment for the insanity though.
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Black Comedy
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Black Comedy: Rife with it. The game is dark, but it's awfully chipper about it. Emphasis on "awful."
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For Science!
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Despite the Vigilant Church being the official religion of the Dominion, Chua and Draken are allowed to practice (or rather not practice, in the case of many scientifically minded Chua) their religions without obstructions.
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Shoot the Shaggy Dog
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Shoot the Shaggy Dog: You go through a lot of heroics to get Deadeye's pregnant wife safely to an evacuation shuttle.... and then a Dominion artillery blows it up right as it lifts off.
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Vendor Trash
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Vendor Trash: Rife with it, making the early levels very tedious if you wish to save equipment and loot before reaching Gallow, Sylvan Glade, or Feralplain Collective. (Ellevar players can store them as soon as they enter the zone.) These could be stolen nicknacks, scrap metal, body parts, and anyone will buy them.
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Benevolent A.I.
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Benevolent A.I.: In a pleasant twist of things, the Freebots — sentient robots — are incredibly nice, helpful, and actually wish to safeguard and respect all sentient life, as it is mutually beneficial to both their goals.
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Faster-Than-Light Travel
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Faster-Than-Light Travel: Used by the Spin Drive engine used by spaceships in the Wildstar universe. Unlike many popular portrayals, most of the travels between two planets - like Cassus to Mikros - took months instead of centuries.
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Potty Emergency
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Potty Emergency: In the "Meet the Exiles" trailer, Genki Girl Kit Brinny gets a little too hyper:
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Must Make Amends
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Must Make Amends: Victor Lazarin, one of the most brilliant alchemists of Grismara, father of the Everlife Elixir and consequently the Contagion, doomed his entire species then saved what little was left of it. These days, he's working tirelessly for a cure to his biggest mistake, along with being instrumental in solving numerous epidemics in the Exile fleet—particularly impressive thanks to their limited resources.
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Enemy to All Living Things
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Enemy to All Living Things: Draken and Chua are a danger to anything that lives, or really, even just anything that exists. The former love to kill things as a testament to their skills, the latter use them for their destructive experiments which usually involves the destruction of even more things.
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The Runt at the End
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The Runt at the End: Mondo Zax is the 13th of the family, noticeably smaller and much, much angrier than his siblings, who all disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
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GenerationShip
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Generation Ship: Most of the Exiles live on these ships, which also serve as a fleet of Sleeper Ships. This old story hints that Cassians (Humans from both the Dominion and Exiles) themselves are descended from these crews that arrived and settled on Cassus.
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Out with a Bang
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Out with a Bang: The exploding Mammodin quest in Deradune can be failed by getting too close to other Mammodin. They either attack your mind-controlled Mammodin, prematurely detonating the explosives, or try to mate with it, also prematurely detonating the explosives.
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Mad Scientist
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Aurin and Chua are their faction's geniuses (good or otherwise), handling most matters of technology and study.
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Cluster F-Bomb
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Cluster F-Bomb: Certain Chua, if some leaked audio files are to be believed. It's probably worth noting that the only time they bother to get their English grammar right is when they're screaming abuse at something.
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Defector from Decadence
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Defector from Decadence: Serrick Brightland, patriarch of the first human Exiles, was not very fond of the new policies in the wake of the Dominion's rapid expansion.
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Mage Marksman
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Mage Marksman: The Spellslinger class is a "Guns Akimbo Mage" that fires enchanted bullets.
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Schizo Tech
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Schizo Tech: Swords clash as blasters fill the air with magical bullets. Nuclear-powered greatswords. Along with the presence of hovercars, motorbikes, starships, and hi-tech equipment, people on Nexus still use pack animals, mounted creatures, carts pulled by draft animals, and plowshares (either by hover tractors or Roans and Oxians).
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Bad Boss
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Bad Boss: Chua in general. Any Chua that sends you on an errand knows that it is a dangerous and lethal job, and assigns you to it specifically because you'll probably get killed doing it. They always express genuine surprise and disappointment when you survive.
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Cast of Snowflakes
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Cast of Snowflakes: Carbine made it a point for every race to have a unique, and more-importantly entertaining, personality. Best shown by their in-character "Meet the X" interviews for all the revealed races so far. Meet the Exiles, Meet the Human, Meet the Aurin, and Meet the Granok Conversely, Meet the Dominion, Meet the Cassian, Meet the Draken, and Meet the Mechari. And now, their "Dirty Little Secrets": the Chua and Mordesh. Meet their poster-boys, Mondo Zax and Victor Lazarin.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_3e848d5c
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Broken Aesop
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_401d4116
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Broken Aesop: Perhaps surprisingly, the Dominion mentions that hey, even though they enjoy hunting, they do find a need to practice conservation. So you tag animals... except to do this, you have to get close to them, and when you tag them, they attack you anyways and you are usually forced to kill them in self-defense. However, it can be subverted if the player managed to run away from attacking animals or the animal didn't attack you after tagging them.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_401d4116
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Manipulative Bastard
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Manipulative Bastard: The Eldan specifically designed the Mechari for this purpose. While the Draken handle most military affairs, and the Cassians handle the political aspects and PR, the Mechari are the ones quietly pulling the strings in the background.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_40c57041
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_40c57041
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
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Doomed Hometown
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
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Doomed Hometown: In the backstory, Arboria. In-game, players get treated to a repeat in Everstar Grove and narrowly avert the hat trick in Woodhaven.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
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A.I. Is a Crapshoot
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_420c50b7
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A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Vending machines may occasionally drop from orbit in the Halon Ring. They dispense delicious energy drinks and doom. Mechari are a borderline case. Their programming specifically states that they only live to keep the Cassians — and not their allies, the other races — safe and healthy. The Eldan AI, however, fit the trope perfectly. As of this time, there is thousands of Eldan machines on Nexus, and all but one will try to murder you on sight. The Caretaker is the one exception, but due to the fragmented nature of his personality cores, he can be comically and lethally murderous in a heartbeat. Even in his green "friendly" state, he's helpful but infuriatingly vague, along with a healthy dose of snark.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_420c50b7
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_42846e90
type
Elemental Powers
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_42846e90
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Elemental Powers: The universe is built on a variation on the classical four elements — you have Fire, Water, Earth, and Air, but also Life and Logic.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_42846e90
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_42846e90
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_457655dd
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Human Popsicle
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_457655dd
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Human Popsicle: After sustaining life-threatening injuries, Serrick Brightland was cryogenically frozen till the Exiles could find some way of reviving him. Non-essential personnel are also put into stasis during long hauls, to preserve precious resources. Played for Laughs in the Ark Ship Twitter Feeds, where a guy argues about the extra charges laid on him for accidentally freezing himself again. The fee is waived when he mentions he has no prior experience nor instruction with the use of cryostasis pods. Cryonics Failure: Exile characters begin play with a major cryogenic malfunction on their Arkship.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_457655dd
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_457655dd
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Worthy Opponent
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Worthy Opponent: The Granok and Draken have this kind of relationship (no surprise given they're both a race of Blood Knights), and are known to go out of their way to fight each other whenever Exile and Dominion forces clash.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_4604fd4d
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_4604fd4d
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: The reporter is hilariously brutalized every second interview or so. Ish'mael the Bloodied gets badly injured by every single one of the Classes in the WildStar Flick Classes, getting increasingly bandaged as the Flick goes on.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_47fea76b
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The Elevator from Ipanema
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The Elevator from Ipanema: In the upcoming 'Strain Ultradrop', there is a mission where you fly around in a pod, and the BGM changes to 'Protostar Elevator Music', which directly homages the classic Ipanema music.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_48f94fc1
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_48f94fc1
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_4cb71cf9
type
Unwilling Roboticisation
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Unwilling Roboticisation: The Ascendancy is very intent on getting everyone to see "the Truth" by dragging them kicking and screaming from their homes and forcibly augmenting them. That is, of course, if they can't persuade you into joining them first, or tricking you into getting exposed to the nanites that do the augmentation...
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_4cb71cf9
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_4cb71cf9
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Body Horror
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_504a1991
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Body Horror: Metal Maw. Who knows what other horrifying experiments the Eldan have left behind? Augmentation. Aside from turning you into a mindless slave for the Eldan, it also replaces most of the victim's body with cybernetic enhancements, with features such as vials of omni-plasm sticking out of the victim's spine. And then there's Bio-Phage corruption. Ever wanted to see multiple eyes, mouths full of sharp teeth, and rank, near-bursting pustules where they really don't belong?
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_504a1991
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_504a1991
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Disproportionate Retribution
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The Cassians, especially the Highborns, are an aristocratic race of humans who are infamous for inflicting needless cruelty, genocide, a rigid caste system based on Eldan-blood that put a vast majority of their "Lowborn" Cassians into lower classes, and Disproportionate Retribution on anyone who rejects their way of life.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_50b05d30
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Kill the Poor
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_5111ff0
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The Vandarin family in Hycrest play this trope by slaughtering Lowborns for entertainment or eugenics, much to the chagrin of other Highborns.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_5111ff0
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_5111ff0
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Gotta Catch Them All
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_527fc5fe
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Gotta Catch Them All: One of the focal points of the Scientist path. That Galactic Archive isn't going to fill itself!
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_527fc5fe
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Cybernetics Eat Your Soul
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One of the Red Caretakers in Celestion introduces us to Augmentation by growing an entire Clone Army of Augmented Mordesh and Aurin. Later, rogue Eldan AIs of all sorts skip the cloning step and make straight-up Artificial Zombies out of people.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_533bc7ae
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_533bc7ae
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Silicon-Based Life
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Silicon-Based Life: Granok are made out of "living stone". The Osun are made out of a metal substance. Strike one, and you hear a loud "CLANG!".
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_539a77a5
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_539a77a5
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Humans Are White
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_5526b660
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Humans Are White: Subverted - Humans and Cassians (Dominion-aligned Humans) can have a variety of skin colors.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_5526b660
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_556a4e20
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The Empire
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_556a4e20
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The Empire: The Dominion. Their power is spread throughout most of the known galaxy, and the forces we see on Nexus are a mere sliver of the Empire's true might. The Federation: Before the rise of the Dominion, humans of Cassus created a democratic organization known as the Cassian Commonwealth before the arrival of Eldan. This also acts as a Deconstruction, since they also engage in galactic expansion, and face frequent internal strife and drought.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_556a4e20
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_57cd63e6
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Art-Style Dissonance
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Art-Style Dissonance: Nexus is a bright, colourful world, filled with bright, colourful organisms that would love nothing more than to kill and eat you, not necessarily in that order. If you DO manage to survive the fauna and flora, then there is the small matter of the war between Exiles and the Dominion, plus the numerous bandits and criminal organizations staking their claim on the planet...
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_57cd63e6
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Growing Up Sucks
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_57efd4c4
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Growing Up Sucks: At least one in-universe theory—along with a first-person document to back it up—holds that young Skeech are reasonably intelligent (if not necessarily benevolent) but become stupid and feral as they grow up.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_57efd4c4
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_584417c2
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Reforged into a Minion
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_584417c2
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Reforged into a Minion: Augmentation is useful for the Eldan security systems, bolstering their ranks with would-be hostiles.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_584417c2
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_584417c2
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Enemy Mine
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_5989e3b6
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Enemy Mine: The entire premise of The Siege of Lightspire, where both factions have to work together to stem the Strain's tide.
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_5989e3b6
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Five Races
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_59ef07eb
comment
Five Races: Again, applies to both sides: Exiles Mundane: The Humans, who are perfectly happy knocking about exploring. Stout: The Granok, large, strong "living stone" people. Fairy: The Aurin, whose leader is a powerful Esper and tend to follow in her mold. High Men: The Mordesh, brilliant scientists and chemists. Shame about that Corruption... Dominion Mundane: The Cassians, who are urbane, refined, and civil... for the most part, anyway. High Men: The Mechari, built to be brilliant, powerful caretakers for the Cassians. Cute: The Chua, adorable little rodentoid creatures. Stout: The Draken, powerful physical fighters who enjoy putting that strength to use.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_59ef07eb
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_59ef07eb
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The Un-Reveal
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The Un-Reveal: In the Exiles and Dominion trailer, Kit and Malvolio specifically skip over the then-unrevealed race of their factions until the "Dirty Little Secrets" video, where they reluctantly discuss the Chua and the Mordesh.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_5a3b8032
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type
Friendly Enemy
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_5aa8d3d8
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Friendly Enemy: Victor Lazarin and Mondo Zax, their respective faction's "Lead Mad Scientist", commiserate their species' statuses as the black sheep. They then proceed to send a mutant bug (Lazarin) and a vaporizer (Zax) to each other as "gifts".
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_5aa8d3d8
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Call a Rabbit a
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_5ac34441
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Along with the presence of hovercars, motorbikes, starships, and hi-tech equipment, people on Nexus still use pack animals, mounted creatures, carts pulled by draft animals, and plowshares (either by hover tractors or Roans and Oxians).
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_5ac34441
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_5ac34441
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Chainsaw Good
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_5caef4ca
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Chainsaw Good: The Rip-Saw shield, the staple of Warrior defense and enemy-mulching. There is also some equipment with this sentiment in mind, like a pair of chainsaw like claws for Stalkers. Survivalists use Laser Chainsaws, because really, how do you improve upon the chainsaw but by turning it into a laser chainsaw?
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_5caef4ca
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Oh, No... Not Again!
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Oh, No... Not Again!: Malvolio's (very deadpan) reaction to a Chua putting a bomb in his goblet during the video introducing them.
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_5eecd64c
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Combat Medic
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_5fff364d
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Combat Medic/Deadly Doctor: Medic classes can use their Magical Defibrillators as both healing devices and weapons, and are equipped with medium armor.
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_5fff364d
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Bloody Hilarious
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Bloody Hilarious: Don't let the cartoony graphics fool you. This game is gory—and comically so. Hilariously lampshaded in War Nurse #377: the unfortunate male War Medic's head randomly explodes in a graphic, overly detailed shower of "gore and blood and gore".
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Precursor Worship
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_60c857c2
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Precursor Worship: The Vigilant Church worships the Eldan.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_60c857c2
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1.0
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Tastes Like Purple
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Tastes Like Purple: Khuvor, from the Meet the Draken video, claims that Skeech taste "Terrible and blue!".
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_620475f4
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Death World
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_63557923
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Death World: Before the Dominion assimilated the Draken, they were living a rather harsh life on Mikros, a lush, fiery jungle teeming with death and deadly things. Nexus itself. While it teems with life, said life is rather eager to extinguish yours. According to their backstory, the Chua joined the Dominion after they devastated their homeworld through reckless industrialization. Now it's just a barren ball of metal, smog, and pollution.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_63557923
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_63557923
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Villainous Friendship
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_63b12059
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Villainous Friendship: The Draken and the Chua in Deradune. The former like killing things, the latter are in the science of finding new, more efficient ways of killing things. They get along quite nicely.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_63b12059
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_63b12059
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Arm Cannon
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_6400a34
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Arm Cannon: The Warrior has the "XL45 Hell Mitten," which fires plasma shots. It also has a variety of other features such as a deployable riot shield, a chainsaw, and GPS.
 WildStar (Video Game) / int_6400a34
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1.0
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_6400a34
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Heroic Sacrifice
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According to Shade's Eve lore, the early settlers of Cassus suffered from a terrible plague until a girl's blood was used to create a cure at the price of her life, which she accepted. Then Quiet Downs's main plan was to bring it back on Nexus until the players stopped it.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_6439de78
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The Syndicate
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The Exiles embody free thinking, individuality, and do not have a formal government, only a loose coalition of organizations and races held together by a treaty (referred to as the Exile Accord) which was created to ensure their survival against the superiorly-equipped Dominion. The lack of formal government makes many Exile communities susceptible to isolation and targeting by criminal gangs such as the Darkspur Cartel and the Marauders, who tend to have an easier time establishing a foothold within said communities. In addition, some communities have little to no support from other Exiles (exemplified by the District Falls' siege by Ravenous Mordesh, despite being neighbored to the capital city of Thayd). The Justice system is enforced by Judges, who themselves are wandering, nomadic law-enforcers that do not allow themselves to get attached to certain communities. Exile Peacekeepers, who protect settlements, are only volunteers and mostly get crushed by criminal organisations.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_6552b710
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Interface Screw
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Interface Screw: Being disoriented doesn't hurt your actual ability to move, but it does briefly scramble your movement keys. Pressing W, for example, may make you run to the right instead of straight forward. The Blind debuff temporarily darkens and blurs your screen. This makes it next to impossible to see enemy attacks coming and as such defend yourself properly.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_66f763c0
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Planet of Hats
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Planet of Hats: While individual personalities vary wildly, each race has a specific personality archetype and a counterpart in the other faction: Humans and Cassians are their factions' Jack-of-All-Trades, capable of fulfilling any role. Granok and Draken are their factions' Proud Warrior Race Guys — the former because of a tribal culture built from war, the latter because their planet is a desolate, fiery hellhole where only the strongest survive. Aurin and Chua are their faction's geniuses (good or otherwise), handling most matters of technology and study. The Mordesh and the Mechari are the ones who handle the Dirty Business, such as espionage and taking care of problematic individuals.
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WildStar (Video Game) / int_67f26dcc
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Wine Is Classy
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Wine Is Classy: In the videos featuring Malvolio, a Dominion Highborn, he is usually clutching a goblet of wine. Whenever he needs it refilled, he will only identify it as "Something Expensive".
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: The Exiles have all been forced off their homeworlds by the Dominion. The Dominion seeks to assimilate and control the entire known universe. Serrick Brightland's ship is rechristened from Star of Dominus, the empire's flagship, to Gambler's Ruin, after his successful last-ditch effort ends up with him in cryostasis, barely alive.
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Talking to Plants
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Talking to Plants: Aurin can communicate with plant-life, being very well connected to the energies of the universe.
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Puppeteer Parasite
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Squirgs are adorable octopus-like creatures that latch onto creatures' heads and take over their brain-waves.
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You No Take Candle
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You No Take Candle: Despite being a race known for their intellect, the Chua speak in a very simple manner, probably because they can't be arsed to learn something as superfluous as grammar. They could be doing something much more important with their time, after all — like inventing new bombs, or testing them. (Though, as mentioned under Cluster F-Bomb, they'll gladly speak full and comprehensible English when they're really pissed off and hurling threats.) In a bit of Fridge Brilliance, Chua actually choose their words carefully and cut out unnecessary details like pronouns and subjects which are easily implied. A really angry Chua is too angry to self-edit. The Chua know proper grammar, they just choose not to use it because it's inefficient and takes too long.
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Punny Name
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Punny Name: Quite a lot of the quests are clever plays on words. Particularly notable are pretty much all the Crafting Workorder Dailies, which are all puns like Hot Cup of Tailor, The Weaponsmith's Guide to Galactium, and Platinum If You Got 'Em.
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Up to Eleven
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Up to Eleven: Mondo Zax's dial literally goes up to eleven. The same can also be said about him and his people's experiments, which get more and more ridiculous and destructive with each new iteration.
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Grey-and-Gray Morality
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Grey and Gray Morality: No matter how the two factions are painted in promotional material, neither are totally good or evil. The Chua and the Mordesh exist to bring to spotlight this uncomfortable truth. The Exiles, a Ragtag Bunch of Misfits run off their home planets, are banded together for the sake of survival and sticking it to their common enemy, the Dominion. They are generally cordial and operate under democratic communities where they are free, live however they want, and do what they can to take care of their people and protect them from the Dominion and other threats. That being said, they aren't exactly Knights In Shining Armour. The Exile Humans are a group of renegade Cassian Lowborns who became unabashed terrorists, mercenaries and criminals out of desperation to combat the Dominion and sometimes resort to morally questionable methods. The Granok, a race of Golems led by the Well-Intentioned Extremist Durek Stonebreaker, made the first act of aggression in the War of Gnox. Even when they won a costly victory, Every member of Durek's group were exiled from their home planet by their elders for breaking the Way of the Stone (a set of laws that forbid the use of foreign technology) even if it meant saving themselves from extermination. the Mordesh, an undead race who's downfall caused by their own hubris and vanity, often conducts experiments that some would consider inhumane (perhaps not on the same level as the Chua, but still). Not to mention that the Dominion can be placed under the correct side in blockading their home planet since the Mordesh's lingering Contagion created a liability where a shortage of Vitalus serums would cause risk of Ravenous outbreaks without any forms to control its effects. The Aurin are semi-felines who were simply a casualty, forced to join a war they never wanted part in simply for meeting with the exiles. While they are generally peaceful, there are some who are eco-fanatical to the point of isolation. The Dominion are extremely generous to those that obey. Citizens are granted numerous freedoms, are well-educated, and generally live good, comfortable lives. That is, if they are highborn, utterly loyal to the Dominion and never incur its wrath by disrespecting the emperor's borderline-totalitarian rule or practice ideas that are considered heretical to them. Almost all of the races in the Dominion are of extremely questionable morality. The Cassians, especially the Highborns, are an aristocratic race of humans who are infamous for inflicting needless cruelty, genocide, a rigid caste system based on Eldan-blood that put a vast majority of their "Lowborn" Cassians into lower classes, and Disproportionate Retribution on anyone who rejects their way of life. The Chua are a psychopathic race of critters who have performed numerous atrocities like the Ravaging of Arboria, and are respected by the rest of the galaxy because of might and fear rather than compassion and good will. The Draken, a reptilian Blood Knight race, only joined them because the Dominion killed their High Clanlord and conquered their planet. Many Drakens, if not most, are often cruel to their own young and kill for the sake of it. The Mechari are a robotic race with zero empathy who serve the Dominion only on the account of the fact that they were created by the Eldan, the latter being an alien race from Nexus with a checkered past; if the game had been allowed to continue, they would most certainly have been put in a negative spotlight due to the Eldan returning and becoming the new antagonists. Overall, the conflict between these both factions fall into Order Versus Chaos, Dominion representing the stability of the Order with Exiles representing the freedom of the Chaos. Both factions are also willing to commit Torture upon their enemies and genocide against some native races (minus some friendly tribes of Pell) on Nexus, though the latter is justifiable due to the inherent nature of the natives (both flora, fauna, and sentient civilization).
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MadScience
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The Chua are pint-sized, talking cartoon rodents who have absolutely no sense of morality and are obsessed with Mad Science.
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KillerRabbit
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Killer Rabbit: On Nexus, chances are: if it's adorable, it can also murder you horribly. The Chua are pint-sized, talking cartoon rodents who have absolutely no sense of morality and are obsessed with Mad Science. Chompacabras. Bug eyed, perpetually smiling, fuzzy buggers with rows and rows of razor sharp teeth and insatiable appetites. The Aurin are actually friendly tree-huggers who would like nothing more than to prance around in peace and harmony, but they are also ferocious hunters and vicious fighters. Squirgs are adorable octopus-like creatures that latch onto creatures' heads and take over their brain-waves.
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Ragtag Bunch of Misfits
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Rag Tag Bunch Of Misfits: Had it not been for "Dominion Galactic Diplomacy", the Exile races would never have met. As a result, groups can be VERY wild and colourful. Prime example: Buck, the reckless and too-curious-for-everyone's-good Human Explorer Spellslinger, Liara the quiet, appreciative and life-loving Aurin Scientist Esper, and Sarge, the beer-guzzling, weapon-loving, "Just Doing My Job" Granok Soldier Warrior.
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Played for Laughs
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Played for Laughs in the Ark Ship Twitter Feeds, where a guy argues about the extra charges laid on him for accidentally freezing himself again. The fee is waived when he mentions he has no prior experience nor instruction with the use of cryostasis pods.
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Rock Beats Laser
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Rock Beats Laser: The Granok are surprisingly effective fighters, having caused The Dominion no shortage of heavy losses during the War of Gnox. Ultimately, however, they were no match for the empire's technology, until the younger generation stole them and turned it against their creators. Tragically subverted with Aurin's backstory. Their primitive weapons and a few explosives were no match for the Dominion's technological might and Planet Reapers in the loss of their homeworld Arboria.
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Hover Board
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Hover Board: Yes.
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Psychic Link
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Psychic Link: Aurin have an empathic link to plant-life, especially trees.
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The Federation
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The Federation: Before the rise of the Dominion, humans of Cassus created a democratic organization known as the Cassian Commonwealth before the arrival of Eldan. This also acts as a Deconstruction, since they also engage in galactic expansion, and face frequent internal strife and drought.
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Off with His Head!
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Off with His Head!: On the official website, one of the vignettes detailing the Warrior's abilities mentions that the fate of Vagnathrox the Spleen Gargler, illegitimate descendant of Bellitorus the Organ Grinder, was decapitation, for suggesting better, more powerful alternatives to the arm-cannon the latter popularized.
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The Alcoholic
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The Alcoholic: The Granok live for two things: violence and beer. Only the Free Companies have a third: seeing the Dominion fall. Possibly Malvolio Portius, who so far has never been seen without a glass of "something expensive" in hand and appears mildly drunk in the 'Dirty Little Secrets' short. (On the other hand, he probably feels he has to get drunk to be able to talk about the Chua...) Also Corrigan Doon, a tracker who was found mostly drunk in bars and on the job.
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Informal Eulogy
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Informal Eulogy: Enemies tend to insult you or reassure themselves of their supremacy when you die. Sometimes they make some comment about their plans now that you're dead.
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Magitek
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Magitek: All over the place. Spellslingers embody this trope, using guns that harness the mystical forces of the universe to blast the ever-loving crap out of their enemies.
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BFG
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BFG: Engineers carry massive Launchers as their weapons. They can function as shotguns, mortars, and beam weapons, depending on what the wielder wants it to do.
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BFS
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BFS: The Warrior class fights using massive Power Swords that are often nearly as tall as the wielder. Bonus points in that they are nuclear powered with a searing hot liquid edge.
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Pun
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Pun: The game likes to throw these around from time to time. More rampant are making amusing quest names.
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Exactly What It Says on the Tin
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Humanoid: The Humans, who are Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
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WilhelmScream
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Wilhelm Scream: Used in the "Meet the Exiles" video, when Kit mentions "ravaging it with their frikkin' machines" and the planet is twisted.
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Psychic Powers
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Psychic Powers: The very basis of Esper combat. Illusions, telekinesis, and a few delusions make for a fun, fun time in combat.
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Ragtag Bunch of Misfits
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The Exiles, a Ragtag Bunch of Misfits run off their home planets, are banded together for the sake of survival and sticking it to their common enemy, the Dominion. They are generally cordial and operate under democratic communities where they are free, live however they want, and do what they can to take care of their people and protect them from the Dominion and other threats. That being said, they aren't exactly Knights In Shining Armour. The Exile Humans are a group of renegade Cassian Lowborns who became unabashed terrorists, mercenaries and criminals out of desperation to combat the Dominion and sometimes resort to morally questionable methods. The Granok, a race of Golems led by the Well-Intentioned Extremist Durek Stonebreaker, made the first act of aggression in the War of Gnox. Even when they won a costly victory, Every member of Durek's group were exiled from their home planet by their elders for breaking the Way of the Stone (a set of laws that forbid the use of foreign technology) even if it meant saving themselves from extermination. the Mordesh, an undead race who's downfall caused by their own hubris and vanity, often conducts experiments that some would consider inhumane (perhaps not on the same level as the Chua, but still). Not to mention that the Dominion can be placed under the correct side in blockading their home planet since the Mordesh's lingering Contagion created a liability where a shortage of Vitalus serums would cause risk of Ravenous outbreaks without any forms to control its effects. The Aurin are semi-felines who were simply a casualty, forced to join a war they never wanted part in simply for meeting with the exiles. While they are generally peaceful, there are some who are eco-fanatical to the point of isolation.
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Our Zombies Are Different
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Our Zombies Are Different: There are dozens! If you die on Nexus, try not to die where any of the following can see you: The Ravenous Mordesh are zombies classic, with the twist that the entire race is already infected and could turn the second they run out of Vitalus. One of the Red Caretakers in Celestion introduces us to Augmentation by growing an entire Clone Army of Augmented Mordesh and Aurin. Later, rogue Eldan AIs of all sorts skip the cloning step and make straight-up Artificial Zombies out of people. Thanks to an Eldan terraformer exploding in Whitevale, the local Squirg have mutated and now rival the headcrabs in terms of heads nommed and people controlled. The Moodies are capable of raising ghosts and enslaving them. Said ghosts tend to thank whoever lays them back to rest. Similarly, the Osun's Soulrot potion turns its victims into nothing more than Voodoo Zombies, who express relief when they are finally allowed to die.
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ProudWarriorRaceGuy
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Proud Warrior Race Guy: The Granok and the Draken. While the former will only engage in friendly tussles unless you're Dominion, the latter will happily eviscerate anything that moves as a test of their skills.
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Weather-Control Machine
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Weather-Control Machine: Your first major story mission in the Northern Wilds is to turn it off. The gigantic blizzard it's making is impressive, but is putting a real hamper on rescue attempts. Whitevale also sports one... or, more accurately, sported. The Ikthians kinda sorta accidentally blew it up, freezing most of the area solid in their effort to get to the Primal Water Focus. They'll suck all the Primal Water out and leave because hey, who cares what happens to those inferior organisms? They have what they need.
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Cargo Cult
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Cargo Cult: The Ascendancy worship omni-plasm and Augmentation, seeing it as some means to ascend to the same higher plane of existence they assume the Eldan went to. Ever since the Eldan disappeared, the Pell have been incorporating their technology into their tools and turning the rest into elaborate shrines.
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Our Goblins Are Different
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Our Goblins Are Different: The Chua are a race of tiny, cackling mad scientists obsessed with creating weapons of mass destruction.
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A Glass of Chianti
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A Glass of Chianti: Malvolio Portius, the representative for "Meet the Dominion", is initially seen with a large goblet of wine. When he crushes said goblet in his white gloved hand, he promptly requests a new drink. "Something expensive!"
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Plant Aliens
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Plant Aliens: Veggies are semi sentient vegetables with a face and stubby hands and feet. The Aurin are quiet fond of them, and try to protect them from herbivorous creatures who'd want to eat them.
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Aristocrats Are Evil
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Cassians, especially the malevolent Highborns, seem to have a full ham dinner while being Obviously Evil.
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Phlebotinum Dependence
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Phlebotinum Dependence: Mordesh require regular doses of Vitalis serum, or else they deteriorate physically and mentally and start eating each other.
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Damager, Healer, Tank
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Damager, Healer, Tank: Featured, with each class having two different roles it can easily fulfill (either tank/healing or damage-dealing). For the most part each class plays their roles differently from each other; for example, an Engineer tank is a ranged pet class. Discussed in this blog post, featuring comments by players about whether it's outdated and if it works.
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Revenge Before Reason
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Revenge Before Reason: Durek's all-consuming hatred of the Dominion for the War of Gnox has affected his judgement more than once, resulting in costly, unnecessary damage to the Exiles.
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Saintly Church
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For the Dominion, Vigilant Church and Radiant Legion counts as this trope.
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Space Western
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Space Western / Science Fantasy: Takes place in what is essentially this universe's version of the Wild West: the Fringe, the unmapped, mostly uncolonized, and very uncivilized regions of space.
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Kill It with Fire
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Kill It with Fire: Your alts. There is also an especially powerful flamethrower provided while exploring a termite mound - you don't have to kill them with it, but it's a step or so better than whatever other means you have to do so, especially during the final hold out. There is a challenge in Ellevar where you throw molotov cocktails at spider webs. Seeing as these are giant spiders that have webs big enough to trap several humans and even highly trained soldiers, you can't really blame them. How the Torine deal with the Strain. Especially fun, as it's an enchanted flame from an enchanted forge. They even call it the Cleansing Fire! Generally, if something needs to be exterminated or sterilized, you will get a flamethrower to make sure of it.
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Army of Thieves and Whores
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Army of Thieves and Whores: The Exiles. Let's face it: there is a marked shortage of honest work out in the Fringe.
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Camera Abuse
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Camera Abuse: At the end of the trailer for the Exiles, Kit gets worked up over fighting the Dominion and accidentally punches out the cameraman.
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The Gunslinger
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The Gunslinger: The aptly named spellslingers, who still use pistols but have magically infused bullets, powerful arcane sigils, and can warp and tear reality itself at will. And it is awesome.
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Genocide Backfire
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Genocide Backfire: The Dominion are not very good at exterminating "pests": If the Dominion had given up after their initial defeat on Gnox, the younger generation of Granok wouldn't have had the bright idea of sneaking into their well-established, well-stocked, and well-armed camps and stealing their stuff, thus giving birth to the Granok Free Companies. If the Dominion hadn't forced Brightland and his fleet into the Fringe, they would never have met up with said mercenaries who, being on the Dominion's blacklist, were likely plying their trade there. If the Dominion had simply left Arboria alone, the Exiles would never have recruited the Aurin, whose agricultural expertise ensures that the rebels will never want for food or herbal medicine.
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Half-Human Hybrid
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Half-Human Hybrid: The Luminai, the half-Eldan blue-bloods of Cassian (Dominion human) society. Every emperor has so far been one.
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Fighting for a Homeland
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Fighting for a Homeland: The Exiles — they've all been driven off their homeworlds by the Dominion and intend to make Nexus their new home.
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And I Must Scream
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And I Must Scream: Metal Maw's tortured existence drives him to kill. The more he kills, the worse the pain is. The worse the pain is, the more he kills... This also applies to those who have been Augmented unwillingly; unlike the Ascended, they will occasionally thank you upon death. (That, or warn you of your death, or gasp out that they couldn't ignore the voices in their head...)
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Secret Police
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Secret Police: The Mechari act like this for the Dominion, ensuring the smooth operation of the Empire. Officially, they are known as the Imperial Corps of Intelligence (ICI). May be State Sec, but it's unsure just how much power these servants of the Eldan hold.
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Hidden Elf Village
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Hidden Elf Village: Arboria was one, till the Exiles accidentally stumbled upon it. Unfortunately, so did the Dominion. Now there isn't much of a "Village" either.
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Mega-Corp
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Mega-Corp: Protostar, owned by Phineas T. Rotostar and his army of clones, will sell anyone anything and everything you could ever want or need, for the right, imperceptibly inflated price.
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: Kit's expression when she's discovered by the annoyed Mordesh whose possessions she was just messing around with.
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They Called Me Mad!
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They Called Me Mad!: Dorian Walker got a lot of flak over Nexus, till he, you know, actually discovered it.
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Catchphrase
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Catchphrase: As part of being stereotypical cabbies, the holocabs will say 'Don't get me started' at least once per trip.
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Town with a Dark Secret
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Town with a Dark Secret: Silent Downs played this trope in Shade's Eve exclusive event. Its inhabitants both worship and continue Jack Shade's works on infecting the populace.
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Fridge Brilliance
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In a bit of Fridge Brilliance, Chua actually choose their words carefully and cut out unnecessary details like pronouns and subjects which are easily implied. A really angry Chua is too angry to self-edit. The Chua know proper grammar, they just choose not to use it because it's inefficient and takes too long.
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I Did What I Had to Do
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I Did What I Had to Do: Most of the galaxy is controlled by the Dominion, and the few planets that remain tend not to want a bunch of refugees camping on their lawn. The Exiles have had to do some ugly things just to survive. Even forced to work with Protostar Corporation to the point where they have to attack Sandthorne, breakaway Aurins who defected from Exiles and disrupt their mining operations, despite their lack of concerns over local ecology in Malgrave.
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Klingon Promotion
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Klingon Promotion: Emperor Azrion became the Draken's new leader after killing High Clanlord Zhur in one-on-one combat.
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Bottomless Magazines
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Bottomless Magazines: Thanks to having access to magic, Spellslingers' guns do not run out of ammo.
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I Cannot Self-Terminate
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The Moodies are capable of raising ghosts and enslaving them. Said ghosts tend to thank whoever lays them back to rest.
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Revenge by Proxy
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Revenge by Proxy: The Aurin were a totally innocent, peaceful race who had never hurt anyone, and had no intentions of doing so. For aiding the Exiles, the Dominion promptly arrived to "collect their due," and deployed massive harvesters with the intent of cutting down every single last tree and strip-mining the earth till the lush, verdant world of Arboria was nothing more than a barren wasteland.
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Blood Knight
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The Draken, a reptilian Blood Knight race, only joined them because the Dominion killed their High Clanlord and conquered their planet. Many Drakens, if not most, are often cruel to their own young and kill for the sake of it.
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Magical Defibrillator
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Magical Defibrillator: Medics use high-tech defibrillators called Resonators, which can reconstruct and/or liquefy bone and tissue.
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Cryonics Failure
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Cryonics Failure: Exile characters begin play with a major cryogenic malfunction on their Arkship.
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We Care
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We Care: Protostar: Making dreams come true. For money!
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Humans Are Divided
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Humans Are Divided: Cassians are mostly human (Highborns are part Eldan) so they're on both sides of the conflict. note There are also individuals of the non-human races (the Granok, Aurin, Mordesh, Mechari, Chua, and Draken) who aren't allied with the Exiles (for the former three) or the Dominion (for the latter three). For example, some Aurin are eco-terrorists, some Chua are gang members, and a Draken requests an Exile for help to scare the Moodies - but they haven't publicly been seen to join the other side of the Exile vs Dominion conflict.
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Berserk Button
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Berserk Button: Do not tell the Chua they resemble rodents or hamsters. They will reply by inflicting Body Horror on you.
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Guilt-Based Gaming
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Your alts. There is also an especially powerful flamethrower provided while exploring a termite mound - you don't have to kill them with it, but it's a step or so better than whatever other means you have to do so, especially during the final hold out.
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Imperiled in Pregnancy
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Imperiled in Pregnancy: Your first task as a new Exile character is helping Deadeye Brightland find his pregnant wife Sadie, and get her medication for cold-sleep gone wrong. Later in the Northlands you call a shuttle to evacuate her to safety, which the Dominion blows up as it's taking off, setting Deadeye on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge.
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Hold the Line
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Hold the Line: A number of the Soldier Path missions are these. This is the entire basis of the "Siege of Tempest Refuge" Adventure, where you have to defend a generator for 5 waves of enemies. The group can fall back and retreat for one last chance, should the first generator be destroyed.
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Stuffed into the Fridge
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Stuffed into the Fridge: Sadie Brighthand and her unborn child in the Northern Wilds. Extra points for the fact that a big chunk of the Exile tutorial is spent trying to save her from cryosickness.
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Fun with Acronyms
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Fun with Acronyms: Dominion Research and Experimentation Division (DRED), run by the brilliant, psychopathic Chua, feared and despised by both factions. Advanced Diagnostic Virtual Environment Neuro-Tactile Universal Research Experiment or ADVENTURE, for short. Advanced Modification Protocol, or AMP for passive bonuses and unique procs to power up your character. Certificate of Research, Exploration, Destruction, and Development, or CREDD, an item that can be purchased from other players in the commodities exchange, then redeemed to add a month of playtime in lieu of subscription fees.
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Yank the Dog's Chain
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Yank the Dog's Chain: Exiles only. Thanks to your efforts, your fellow survivors from the crash that brought you onto Nexus can finally leave the frozen hellhole that is the Northern Wilds. ...Then the Dominion promptly blow up the new ship.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out Mondo Zax's arch-nemesis during his orphanage days was named Finkle Blurg. The Warrior is described as a nuclear-powered Swiss army knife attached to a pro-wrestler during a shot of a sand-coloured Granok in a wrestling outfit. The presence of big, hairy animals called Rowsdowers is a fairly blatant reference to a filmwatched on Mystery Science Theater 3000... The DevSpeak: Adventures video describes the Malgrave Trail adventure as "kind of like old-school Oregon Trail. With...no dysentery." There is a piece of equipment called the Twilight Sparkler. Deadeye Brightland's outfit is quite similar to the Smuggler in Star Wars: The Old Republic trailer. The new Grand Poobah◊ hat, released for F 2 P update, is a nod to the ones worn by members of Water Buffalo Lodge◊ from The Flintstones. One of the quests in Deradune about two named Pumeras hunting the Drakens and other people is a nod to The Ghost and the Darkness. And the Expedition, Evils From the Ether, is homage to Event Horizon, which like in the film discovery of a long lost starship that became lost in another dimension thanks to its experimental FTL drive and later returned as a derelict harboring an Eldritch Abomination.
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Freudian Excuse
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Freudian Excuse: Mondo Zax's drive and sour disposition stems from a life spent as the runt of a litter of 13, losing his distant father in a freak accident, and suffering in an orphanage filled with bullies. Note that the loss of his distant father was in "routine maintenance", immediately after having a violent argument with Mondo, and that the Zax also engineered the unexplained, not mysterious deaths of his twelve elder siblings...
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The Alliance
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The Alliance: It's very, very clear from how the different races interact with each other, and their conflicting philosophies, that the Exiles are only together because the Dominion would eradicate them divided.
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Self-Deprecation
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Self-Deprecation: Carbine frequently makes fun of their inability to keep things secret. A shot during the Adventures DevSpeak has two Aurins laughing as Frost says "... we've been really tight-lipped about:"
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The Engineer
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The Engineer: The Engineer class; capable of using experimental weapons, summoning Bots to assist them, and equipping an exosuit that makes them much tougher.
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Everything's Better with Spinning: Plenty of things spin in WildStar. The Warrior's Whirlwind Attack, the Esper's Blade Dance, Aethros of Stormtalon's Lair and its bevy of hurricanes...
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Screw Destiny: The elder Granok were ready to accept their fate, and die at the hands of The Dominion. The younger Granok thought otherwise; they snuck into the enemy camps, stole their weapons, and rid the empire of their one advantage: firepower. For their valiant efforts and saving their race from extinction, they were banished for breaking the Way of Stone. Thus came to be the Granok Free Companies we know today.
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Schmuck Bait: In the preview trailer, Buck, the Human Spellslinger Explorer, finds a huge, derelict robot and curiously reaches for an exposed wire... with unfortunate results. When the trio crash through the ground and into some Eldan ruins, Buck has this to say:
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Spin Attack: Warriors have this as their go-to AoE skill. Given the size and weight of these babies, it's hard to tell whether it's the wielder spinning the sword around or the sword spinning the wielder around.
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Parasite Zombie
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Parasite Zombie: Squirg Zombies in Whitevale. That terraformer explosion has some very bizarre effects...
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A Lighter Shade of Grey
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A Lighter Shade of Grey: In theory, each side is supposed to have good and evil elements. In practice, it is much easier to sympathize with the Exiles than the Dominion. Most of the bad things the Exiles do are born of desperation or vengeance for the constant barrage of attempted genocide, Disproportionate Retribution and flat-out needless cruelty the Dominion keeps visiting on them. Having them as the advertisement's main feature at the price of Dominion's stories helps out with this trope too. For the Dominion, Vigilant Church and Radiant Legion counts as this trope.
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Everyone Calls Him Sarge: As of now, we only know the Sarge as... well, Sarge.
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Have a Nice Death
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Have a Nice Death: The "Misadventures" section of the Adventures page in the website has some very interesting unfortunate untimely ends. The Holocrypts have a variety of one-liners to greet you with upon your return from the land of the dead.
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Curb-Stomp Battle
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Tragically subverted with Aurin's backstory. Their primitive weapons and a few explosives were no match for the Dominion's technological might and Planet Reapers in the loss of their homeworld Arboria.
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You Can't Go Home Again
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You Can't Go Home Again: The Exiles all suffer from this. Otherwise, they wouldn't even exist: Cassus is forever tainted by the history and influence of the Dominion. The elder Granok would rather kill their children than welcome them back. There might be a chance that Arboria can be rebuilt, and the trees regrown. Operative word: might. Grismara is likely under permanent quarantine, if the Dominion hadn't purged it already. That aside, you wouldn't exactly want to go back to a planet where the Contagion first mutated, and those whose minds have deteriorated too much might still be waiting...
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Sugar Apocalypse
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Sugar Apocalypse: At the lowest level of Sanity in Shiphand: Space Madness, the station will turn bright green, be decorated in rainbows, have magical Gar (crocodiles) swimming through the air, have Dawngrazers (deer) standing around, and have angry lamps and sparkles as enemies. The name of this state? "You are now completely—OOOH, RAINBOWS!"
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Ludicrous Gibs
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Ludicrous Gibs: Death by explosions result in this, as does dealing excessive damage past the 0 point. Said gibs are ludicrous in that, unless the enemies were robotic, they are depicted as literal pieces of meat that one would expect to see in a deli (even if the enemy gibbed is a humanoid entity).
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Benevolent Precursors
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Benevolent Precursors: Played with. The Eldan were responsible for the rise and continued existence of the Dominion. Their exact motivations for doing so remain a mystery.
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Distant Reaction Shot
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Distant Reaction Shot: In the official Paths video, an unfortunate Settler realises there's a grenade by his foot—and not three feet away from the explosives pile he just built. His sword DOES make it out, though.
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Humans Are Special
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Humans Are Special: Apparently the Eldan believed so, as the Cassians claim to have been chosen to conquer the galaxy for them. In-game, Humans and Cassians are the only races capable of choosing any class.
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Friend to All Living Things
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Friend to All Living Things: The focal point of the animal-like Aurins. They have a rather special connection to life and nature, and their leaders, the Matriarchs, can interact with the "Weave" in strange, unexplained ways. With just a dash of hypocrisy; as the Dominion find out, the Aurin aren't above terraforming vast regions of Nexus — displacing or killing thousands of native species in the process — just to suit their tastes and give themselves a strategic advantage. The datacubes mention the Eldan Terraformers automatically adapt the native species to the new environment. They aren't killing anything: just turning what used to be a perfectly normal desert dweller into a perfectly normal forest dweller. Buuuuut... if you get caught in the blast, you're dead; apparently the tech can change what the species is adapted for, but the individual per se won't be around to see what happens afterward. However, they are perfectly willing to consume sentient Veggies.
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Camp
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Camp: Action War Nurse #377, an intentionally bad and outrageous parody of pulp fiction.
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Expy
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Expy: WildStar isn't exactly subtle on its inspirations. The Squirg is essentially the cephalopod cousin to the head crab. Victims are called "Zombies", too. The Strain is basically the the Zerg, the Tyranids, or your stereotypical alien scourge hell bent on "perfection" and assimilation of choice. Chua are compared to Warhammer Skaven as both of these species are sociopathic and technologically-inclined sapient rodents.
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Insistent Terminology
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Note that the loss of his distant father was in "routine maintenance", immediately after having a violent argument with Mondo, and that the Zax also engineered the unexplained, not mysterious deaths of his twelve elder siblings...
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Suspiciously Specific Denial
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Suspiciously Specific Denial: Discussing the humans in Meet the Exiles trailer, Kit has this to say out of nowhere.
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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: For driving the Dominion off Gnox and saving their species from extinction, the younger Granok were banished from their homeworld for breaking the Way of Stone. Thus were born the Granok Free Companies that we know today. Name dropped in one quest in Deradune: you're sent to help Dominion researchers who are trapped in the tar pits, and a nearby quest titled "No Good Deed" is started by you finding someone's arm coming out of the tar, but when you pull them out it turns out that they were an Aurin. They're less than enthused about being rescued by someone from the Dominion and attack you.
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Fantastic Caste System
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Fantastic Caste System The Dominion has social structures based on the amount of Eldan DNA in any given person's body, with the 'purer' Luminai being at the top of the heap and the more 'muddied' Lowborn being at the bottom. Among the Falkrin, there are the avian-like Falkrin - who are typically slender and capable of flight - and their cousins the Murgh, who are round, fat giants with tiny nonfunctional wings. The Falkrin serve as Broodlords and Brides of Osiric, while the Murgh are foot soldiers and cannon fodder.
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Complaining About Rescues They Don't Like
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Name dropped in one quest in Deradune: you're sent to help Dominion researchers who are trapped in the tar pits, and a nearby quest titled "No Good Deed" is started by you finding someone's arm coming out of the tar, but when you pull them out it turns out that they were an Aurin. They're less than enthused about being rescued by someone from the Dominion and attack you.
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Mind over Matter
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Mind over Matter: Esper illusions can cause serious physical damage—a popular example would be Crush, a giant psychic fist.
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Fictional Holiday
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Fictional Holiday: Three known holidays in Wildstar universe are Shade's Eve (Halloween), Founder's Day (Independence Day), and Protostar Gala Winterfest Extravaganza (a parody of the commercialization of Christmas).
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Video Game Cruelty Potential
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Video Game Cruelty Potential: This is a game where you get to kill poachers with mind-controlled rhinos strapped with explosive ordnance almost as large as the beast itself. Sheep are regularly killed or scared into mines for shits and giggles. And it is hilarious and enjoyable.
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Dark Secret
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Dark Secret: The Mordesh and Chua for the Exiles and Dominion, respectively.
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Running Gag: Rowsdowers have appeared in every DevSpeak so far, as Stephan Frost, the narrator, has a thing for them. A behind the scenes video has Frost mentioning that the fans latched onto the original throwaway gag, not Frost having a thing for them. He's pretty much known for it by this point, though. An unlucky Rowsdower is always at the business end of the classes' offensive weapons in tactics in their official pages.
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We Buy Anything
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We Buy Anything: Any vendor will buy whatever you have on you. Commodities like ores, wood, and leathers? Highly advanced technology? The body parts of your fallen enemies? They will give you a good price.
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Department of Redundancy Department
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Department of Redundancy Department: Intentionally used in War Nurse #377 for comedic effect, among other tropes.
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Technology Uplift
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Technology Uplift: The Dominion uplifted the Draken and Chua so that they could serve the empire. In the Chua's case, they took to advanced technology so well that after strip-mining their homeworld in less than a century they became the Dominon's top scientists and mechanics.
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Robot Buddy
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Robot Buddy: Every Scientist comes with a free Scan-Bot, an intelligent, sentient AI that floats beside their owner, flying off to collect raw data on phenomena. They are frequently destroyed and replaced on a regular basis, and frequently bemoan the fact that scanning things often leads to them being shot (or chewed, clawed, eaten, melted, set on fire, or exposed to harmful chemicals) or exposed to any other myriad of unpleasantness, all in the name of science. Engineers can have up to two different types of bots out at the same time. Many players tend to grow fond of their bots, with many RPers making the droids an integral part of the character.
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Ridiculously Cute Critter
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Ridiculously Cute Critter: Sometimes the adorable little Nexian critters are just adorable. The sentient, mobile, talking veggies. They have faces! (Adorable ones.) Splorgs, caterpillar-like creatures the size of a toy dog. Cubigs, genetically engineered, perfectly cuboid pigs, from Protostar!
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Well-Intentioned Extremist
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The Granok, a race of Golems led by the Well-Intentioned Extremist Durek Stonebreaker, made the first act of aggression in the War of Gnox. Even when they won a costly victory, Every member of Durek's group were exiled from their home planet by their elders for breaking the Way of the Stone (a set of laws that forbid the use of foreign technology) even if it meant saving themselves from extermination.
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Evil Is Hammy
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Evil Is Hammy: Cassians, especially the malevolent Highborns, seem to have a full ham dinner while being Obviously Evil. A red, damaged Caretaker AI sings your inevitable doom, alongside the usual melodramatic declarations.
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Tree Top Town
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Tree Top Town: Aurin architecture features this heavily. Arboria was an entire planet of this trope...then the Dominion arrived, and things were never quite the same again.
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Pet the Dog
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Pet the Dog: Despite their numerous crimes of genocide and oppression of the lower classes, the Dominion actually believes in universal education, freedom of creative expression, and equal opportunity for all races and species. Despite the Vigilant Church being the official religion of the Dominion, Chua and Draken are allowed to practice (or rather not practice, in the case of many scientifically minded Chua) their religions without obstructions.
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Voodoo Zombie
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Similarly, the Osun's Soulrot potion turns its victims into nothing more than Voodoo Zombies, who express relief when they are finally allowed to die.
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Benevolent A.I. / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Benevolent Precursors / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Bizarre Sexual Dimorphism / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Bloody Hilarious / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Blow You Away / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Boss in Mook Clothing / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Cargo Cult / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Cast of Snowflakes / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Chainsaw Good / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Combat Medic / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Contractual Boss Immunity / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Cryonics Failure / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Cute Is Evil / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Deadly Doctor / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Evil Brit / int_c934be4f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Fantastic Caste System / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Fembot / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Fictional Colour / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Fighting for a Homeland / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Gamebooks / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Generation Ships / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Gold–Silver–Copper Standard / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Guilt-Based Gaming / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Guttural Growler / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Harmful Healing / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Healing Shiv / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Hidden Elf Village / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Honest John's Dealership / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Horned Humanoid / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Hover Board / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Humans Are Divided / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Humans Are White / int_c934be4f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Humans by Any Other Name / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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I Don't Like the Sound of That Place / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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I Need a Freaking Drink / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Informal Eulogy / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Intelligent Gerbil / int_c926326f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Klingon Promotion / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Little Bit Beastly / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Machine Worship / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Magical Defibrillator / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Magitek / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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/ int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Mind over Matter / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Modern Day & Sci-Fi RPG Class Equivalents / int_c934be4f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Must Make Amends / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Named After Their Planet / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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National Weapon / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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No Sense of Humor / int_c926326f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Oh, No... Not Again! / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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One-Gender Race / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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One Stat to Rule Them All / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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One-Wheeled Wonder / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Order Versus Chaos / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Our Goblins Are Different / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Out with a Bang / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Parasite Zombie / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Phlebotinum Dependence / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Plant Hair / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Pokémon Speak / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Precursor Worship / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Private Military Contractors / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Proud Merchant Race / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Proud Warrior Race / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Pstandard Psychic Pstance / int_c926326f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Psychic Link / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Puppeteer Parasite / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Reforged into a Minion / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Royal Inbreeding / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Science Fantasy / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Second Person Attack / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Secret Police / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Semi-Divine / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Sergeant Rock / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Settling the Frontier / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Shout-Out Theme Naming / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Silicon-Based Life / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Sleeper Starship / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Space Cossacks / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Space People / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Space Western / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Spin Attack / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Sugar Apocalypse / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Talking to Plants / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Technically Living Zombie / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Technology Uplift / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Terraform / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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That Mysterious Thing / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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The Alliance / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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The Caligula / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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The Caretaker / int_f8d3ee2f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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The Empire / int_c926326f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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The Gunslinger / int_c926326f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Too Good for This Sinful Earth / int_c934be4f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Understatement / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Vendor Trash / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Villainous Friendship / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Warhawk / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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We Care / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Weather-Control Machine / int_f8c5624f
 Wildstar
seeAlso
WildStar (Video Game)
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Wine Is Classy / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Wise Tree / int_f8c5624f
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Zombie Apocalypse / int_f8c5624f
 Wildstar
sameAs
WildStar (Video Game)
 WildStar
sameAs
WildStar (Video Game)
 Wildstar
sameAs
WildStar (Video Game)
 WildStar (Video Game)
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Hot Scientist / int_f8c5624f