Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkThe Consuming Shadow WikiThe Consuming Shadow Wiki talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkForumForum talkUser blogUser blog commentBlogBlog talkModuleModule talkWall thread Articles Photos and Videos Blogs People Everything About 80 results for The Consuming Shadow The Consuming Shadow is an indie, side scrolling, action-RPG roguelike that is heavily inspired by Lovecraftian horror, developed by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw. The goal is for the player to banish an ancient god that https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/The_Consuming_Shadow Playable Characters The full version of The Consuming Shadow contains four playable characters for the player to choose from before beginning a new game. These are unlocked by either finishing the game through specific endings, or by https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Playable_Characters The Consuming Shadow Wiki The Consuming Shadow is an indie, side scrolling, action-RPG roguelike that is heavily inspired by Lovecraftian horror, developed by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw. Read more... https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/The_Consuming_Shadow_Wiki Endings There are several types of endings, most of which are merely variants of one another. Regardless of what ending you get, you are still able to restart the game, and you gain experience which can https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Endings Sanity Sanity measures the mental stability of the protagonist. It is represented by the green bar on the HUD of the car and in the dungeons. Due to the fact that Sanity can't be permanently https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Sanity Trilby Better resources, but delayed by bureaucracy - Character description. Also known as the Ministry Man, Trilby is an agent of the Ministry of Occultism, and is one of the playable characters in The Consuming Shadow. He https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Trilby The Wizard A master of magic blighted by chronic forgetfulness - Character description. The Wizard is a playable character in The Consuming Shadow. https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/The_Wizard The Warrior A two-fisted man of action in a world beyond his understanding - Character description. The Warrior is a playable character in The Consuming Shadow. https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/The_Warrior The Scholar The Scholar is the main protagonist and a playable character in The Consuming Shadow. The Scholar is the default playable character. He has 60 hours to stop the invading god, a full supply of 9mm https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/The_Scholar Random Encounters While driving, the player may experience random occurrences interacting with minions of the shadow, other humans attempting to flee it, or both. Note that random encounters are partially random, so outside of the Special Options https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Random_Encounters Birth Stars Replacing the point-based character upgrade system from the beta version of The Consuming Shadow, when the player levels up one of the game's playable characters by gaining enough Experience, they will earn a https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Birth_Stars Ancient The Ancient is an enemy and the final boss in The Consuming Shadow. It can only be fought if the player has banished the correct god. Killing the Ancient will result in either ending A https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Ancient Car The car is the trusty vehicle of the player that drives them around rural England and Wales from town to town. While in the car, every few seconds of real time acts as a minute https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Car Cultist The Cultist is an enemy in The Consuming Shadow. Robed humans who worship the Ancients and have some knowledge of runes and spells. They are found within dungeons and often drop loot when killed. They https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Cultist Dungeons When arriving at towns currently under the shadow or in some random encounters, the protagonist will have go through a dungeon and perform a certain task. These dungeons can contain loot, in form of bullets https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Dungeons Logbook The Logbook is a feature in the Insanity Mode edition of The Consuming Shadow. It records data of every completed playthrough and can be accessed from the character selection screen. Each entry replicates a written https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Logbook Text messages When driving, the protagonist will receive random text messages. These can, if read, increase or lower sanity, give money, or give game tips. The text messages' content can vary depending on the chosen Playable Character. https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Text_messages Items The player can equip up to three pieces of special equipment. These items can be purchased at stores in Towns, found in Dungeons, or recovered through random encounters. Having an item equipped can affect gameplay https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Items Banishment ritual This is it. This is where the Ancient will appear to lay our world to ruin. All I have to do is incant the correct banishment ritual with the invading god's rune, and the https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Banishment_ritual Runes Runes are the basis of the magic system in The Consuming Shadow. There are five runes used in-game which can be used to cast magic, and to aid in identifying the invading Ancient. The https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Runes Fat Man The Fat Man is an enemy and hunter in The Consuming Shadow. The Fat Man wears a trench coat and a fedora. It can spawn from any door in a given room. If it gets https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Fat_Man Monsters Monsters are enemies found in The Consuming Shadow. They usually spawn in dungeons, though can also be found on the side of the road through random events or jobs. Every enemy has different properties, behaviors https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Monsters Hopper The Hopper is an enemy in The Consuming Shadow. It is one of the new enemies in the Insanity Edition. The Hopper appears on any threat level. Its attack strategy is to hop back and https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Hopper Overseer The Overseer is an enemy and hunter in The Consuming Shadow. The Overseer manifests itself as a large face with impenetrable darkness trailing behind it. It will spawn in either end of the room and https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Overseer Dangler The Dangler is an enemy in The Consuming Shadow. This monster slides towards you, suspended from the railing. https://the-consuming-shadow.fandom.com/wiki/Dangler Back 1 2 3 4 Next Related Wiki Terraria Wiki Gaming 30K pages 10K images 0 videos The Official Terraria Wiki is a comprehensive resource containing information about all versions of Re-Logic's action-adventure sandbox game, Terraria. View More Wikis Top pages The Consuming Shadow is an indie, side scrolling, action-RPG roguelike that is heavily inspired by Lovecraftian... 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