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Regions in which Roger may die

StarCon Academy Edit

Take too long to get to class. Edit

First WarningEdit

You really ought to be getting to class about now, Rog.

Second WarningEdit

It might be a good idea for you to start thinking about going to class now, Rog.

Final WarningEdit

If you don't get to class soon, you're gonna get tossed out of the academy.

Too LateEdit

Roger is "flushed" out of the Academy in a tiny escape capsule.

There's no place for slackers in StarCon Academy.

Look at someone else's test while the Proctormatic 9000 Droid is looking. Edit

Uh oh! Busted!

Roger is "flushed" out of the Academy in a tiny escape capsule.

Maybe you should have taken the correspondence course.

Failing the test Edit

Roger: The test's over already?

Roger: I failed?!! Oh heellllllllllllllp!!

Roger is "flushed" out of the Academy in a tiny escape capsule.

Maybe you should have taken the correspondence course.

Completing the test after taking too long Edit

Roger: The test's over already?

Roger: I failed?!! Oh heellllllllllllllp!!

Roger is "flushed" out of the Academy in a tiny escape capsule.

StarCon Academy is no place for slackers.

Take too long to start cleaning the emblem after being instructed to. Edit

First Warning Edit

Maybe you should go scrub the crest now...

Second Warning Edit

The Commandant is gonna be mad if you don't scrub the crest soon, Rog.

Final Warning Edit

If you don't get your butt down to the rotunda and start scrubbing, you'll be tossed out of the academy.

Too Late Edit

Roger is "flushed" out of the Academy in a tiny escape capsule.

There's no place for slackers in StarCon Academy.

Take too long to finish cleaning the emblem. Edit

Quirk approaches Roger, unhappy about how long it has taken him to clean the emblem.

Quirk: You buffoon! You can't even scrub a floor without a road map! It's obvious you're not Academy material.

Quirk: Pack your bags, Wilco. You're taking a little trip!

Roger is "flushed" out of the Academy in a tiny escape capsule.

StarCon Academy is no place for slackers.

Clean the emblem without setting out cones first. Edit

As Roger tries to clean the emblem, cadets walk by, and Roger nearly hits them.

Random Cadet: Hey! Watch it with that thing!

Random Cadet: Watch out!

Random Cadet: Do you mind, Monkey Boy? Watch where you're going!

Random Cadet: Scrub the floor, not me, Monkey Boy!

Random Cadet: I see that you pilot one of those almost as well as you drive a trainer, Wilco.

Random Cadet: Ouch!

Random Cadet: You moron!

Random Cadet: Watch where you're going!

Quirk approaches Roger, displeased at the fact he nearly injured a student, which also is obscuring his progress on cleaning the emblem.

Quirk: You buffoon! You can't even scrub a floor without a road map! It's obvious you're not Academy material.

Quirk: Pack your bags, Wilco. You're taking a little trip!

Roger is "flushed" out of the Academy in a tiny escape capsule.

StarCon Academy is no place for slackers.

The SCS Eureka Edit

Open the airlock doors. Edit

Despite his desperate efforts to hang on, Roger is sucked out into space.

Nice move, Ace. Really spectacular.

Travel to random coordinates not near a planet, then use the transporter, or use the transporter while still at StarCon Academy. Edit

Handy Transporter Safety Tip #21: Beaming directly into deep space may cause serious injury or death.

Travel to a planet where you're not supposed to go, then use the transporter. Edit

Way to go, Rog... you beamed down to an uninhabitable planet! Next time, pay more attention to your science officer.

Set the ship to self destruct, then fail to leave or set the ship to self destruct, then use the transporter. Edit

Droole: I'm sure you're gonna have a blast Captain, but we've gotta run!

You barely have time to whimper "Mommy" before the Eureka's self-destruct mechanism blasts you to microscopic space-hero remnants.

Remove the Power fuse in the maintenance tunnel. Edit

There is a smudge on the diagram that partially obscures the writing next to this fuse. "_ower Supply" is all that's visible of the description.

Roger pulls out the fuse and everything goes completely dark.

Roger: Oops!

Guess that wasn't the right fuse to pull, Rog.

Remove the Life Support fuse in the maintenance tunnel. Edit

The diagram claims this fuse is to the Life Support systems.

Roger pulls out the fuse.

Warning! Deactivating life support may be hazardous to your health.

Fail to put Spike into the habitube after finding him. Edit

Cliffy: Captain, we're losin' hull integrity. There's a big hole in the garbage compartment! The hatch is gonna blow any second! We're all gonna die!

Sudden decompression sucks.

Kiz Urazgubi Edit

Stay on the ship after W-D40 shows up and says to beam down. Edit

W-D40's ship fires at the Eureka, destroying it.

Cute. What do you do for an encore?

Set the self-destruct sequence after W-D40 shows up and says to beam down. Edit

W-D40: Time's up, Wilco! So sorry.

W-D40's ship fires at the Eureka, destroying it.

Cute. What do you do for an encore?

Wait around doing nothing until W-D40 shows up on the planet. Edit

W-D40: Aha! There you are! See if you can outrun my Energy Bolts of Death, Broom Jockey.

W-D40 blasts Roger.

Nice reflexes. We'll mail your remains home in an envelope.

Go right from the screen with the tree and jump the gap before killing W-D40. Edit

W-D40: I grow weary of you hanging around, Wilco. Thanks for dropping by!

W-D40 stomps on Roger's hands until he loses his grip and falls to his doom.

You just couldn't bounce back from that one, eh, Roger?

Go back into the cave after W-D40 enters it. Edit

After having the interior of the cave redecorated with your entrails, you conclude that entering a cavern known to contain a killer android can be hazardous to one's health.

Walk up to the very front of W-D40's ship or use the HAND icon on W-D40's ship's cockpit twice. Edit

Are you sure you want to do that?

Roger sits in the cockpit and gets zapped by the security system.

Zowie! The Electromatic Security System has reduced you to a stick of hero jerky.

Take too long to extract the cloaking device after setting off the alarm. Edit

Looks like you took a little too long getting out of there, but thanks for playing. You've been a real blast.

Take too long to leave the ship after getting the cloaking device. Edit

Looks like you took a little too long getting out of there, but thanks for playing Space Quest 5. You've been a real blast.

The Space Bar Edit

Stay onboard the station after releasing the Space monkeys. Edit

The Space Monkeys are reproducing at an alarming rate.

You could be in big trouble if you don't get out of here soon, Roger. The station isn't going to be able to take the added pressure of so many Space Monkeys for much longer.

Intercom: WARNING! Station structural integrity has been compromised. All non-essential personnel are ordered to evacuate. Damage control teams report to deck 20.

Intercom: WARNING! Hull breach imminent. All remaining personnel are ordered to evacuate the station immediately.

Intercom: WARNING! We're all going to die! We're all going to die! We're all going to die! HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA!

The Spacebar swells up, then explodes, killing everyone still inside, including Roger.

Looks like you took a little too long getting out of there, but thanks for playing Space Quest 5. You've been a real blast.

Klorox II Edit

Fail to dodge the colonist's Death Loogies. Edit

Colonist: Now try and dodge my Death Loogies, Monkey Boy!

Colonist: HAAWWKKKK!

Roger: You know, a little hemorrhoidal ointment will clear that rash on your face right up! Now get off me!!

One of the loogies nails Roger, causing him to mutate.

Nice reflexes. Try ducking next time.

Thrakus Edit

Beam down before putting on the rebreather mask. Edit

Roger grabs at his throat, flails around for a bit, then flops over and dies.

4 out of 5 doctors agree that beaming into a toxic atmosphere without the proper equipment can be hazardous to your health.

Look in the escape pod then leave the screen before turning off the homing device. Edit

The Pukoids suddenly appear, blasting Roger with their mutation guns.

They homed right in on you. Better try that one again, Ace.

Take too long to give Beatrice something to grab on to. Edit

Beatrice: Give me your hand or something and I'll climb over you and pull you up after me...

Beatrice: Wilco!! I can't hold on much longer!

Beatrice loses her grip and plummets to her doom.

Bea is dead. In an alternate future she would've borne your son. In the future past of Space Quest 4, your son would've saved your life. But she didn't so he couldn't -- therefore you aren't.

Hang from the ledge for too long after Beatrice has climbed up. Edit

Roger gets hit by one of the Pukoid's mutation guns.

Looks like you hung around too long. Don't worry, you'll make great compost for some baby mushrooms.

Climb up the vine before calling the Eureka. Edit

The Pukoids surround Roger and Beatrice, and shoot them both.

Some space hero you are! Sheesh, you couldn't adventure yourself out of a damp cellulose container without third-party intervention!

Wait around when the Goliath attacks. Edit

Droole: She's coming about, sir. We can't withstand another pass!

The Goliath fires again, destroying the Eureka.

Duuuuh. You died because you were dumb.

Run out of fuel while rescuing Cliffy. Edit

If this pod ran on stupidity you'd have nothing to worry about. As it is, you've exhausted your fuel supply and are caught in the gravity well of a nearby planet. The rest of your life should prove to be short but exciting.

Roger's EVA Pod falls through the sky of Thrakus like a falling star.

Slep: Ah look, Crumpella, a shooting star. Make a wish.

Crumpella: OK, Slep. I wish...

Crumpella: I wish...

Crumpella: I wish we would discover someone else out there among the stars...

Slep: Don't be silly, Crumpella! Everyone knows there's no intelligent life out there!

Fuelish human! You ran out of gas!

Run out of oxygen while rescuing Cliffy. Edit

Roger's EVA Pod falls through the sky of Thrakus like a falling star.

The tightness in your lungs and throat, along with the "ZERO" reading on the oxygen gauge, leads to the inescapable conclusion that you were a fool and spent too much time screwing around wasting your air.

Slep: Ah look, Crumpella, a shooting star. Make a wish.

Crumpella: OK, Slep. I wish...

Crumpella: I wish...

Crumpella: I wish we would discover someone else out there among the stars...

Slep: Don't be silly, Crumpella! Everyone knows there's no intelligent life out there!

Funny thing about oxygen... when you run out, you die.

Enter the EVA pod before picking up the oxygen tank. Edit

Roger's EVA Pod falls through the sky of Thrakus like a falling star.

As the last wisps of oxygen filter through the pod's life support system you try to yell for help, but the only sound that escapes your throat is a loud burping sound. As the world fades to black, you know your doom is sealed: In space, no one can hear you belch.

Slep: Ah look, Crumpella, a shooting star. Make a wish.

Crumpella: OK, Slep. I wish...

Crumpella: I wish...

Crumpella: I wish we would discover someone else out there among the stars...

Slep: Don't be silly, Crumpella! Everyone knows there's no intelligent life out there!

Next time listen to your science officer.

Beatrice and the Cryochamber Edit

Freeze Beatrice in the cryochamber for too long. Edit

You screwed up: Bea is now a solid block of ice. There's not much use for a Bea-cicle.

Bea is dead. In an alternate future she would've borne your son. In the future past of Space Quest 4, your son would've saved your life. But she didn't so he couldn't -- therefore you aren't.

Freeze Beatrice after already freezing her. Edit

Bea is already frozen.

Bea is dead. In an alternate future she would've borne your son. In the future past of Space Quest 4, your son would've saved your life. But she didn't so he couldn't -- therefore you aren't.

Defrost Beatrice before freezing her. Edit

Bea is not frozen, therefore, there's no need to defrost her.

Bea is dead. In an alternate future she would've borne your son. In the future past of Space Quest 4, your son would've saved your life. But she didn't so he couldn't -- therefore you aren't.

Defrost Beatrice before knowing how to cure her. Edit

You've defrosted Bea prematurely. You don't have the faintest idea how to cure her, yet.

Bea is dead. In an alternate future she would've borne your son. In the future past of Space Quest 4, your son would've saved your life. But she didn't so he couldn't -- therefore you aren't.

Set the cryochamber to "COOK". Edit

Bea's flesh has been roasted to a toasty golden brown. Nice going.

Bea is dead. In an alternate future she would've borne your son. In the future past of Space Quest 4, your son would've saved your life. But she didn't so he couldn't -- therefore you aren't.

Roast Beatrice by defrosting her for too long. Edit

Bea has not been defrosted properly. Try reading the instructions on the control pad.

Bea is dead. In an alternate future she would've borne your son. In the future past of Space Quest 4, your son would've saved your life. But she didn't so he couldn't -- therefore you aren't.

Pick Beatrice up out of the cryochamber before defrosting her. Edit

Roger lifts Beatrice from the cryochamber, but she shatters to pieces, being still frozen.

She's really going to pieces for you, Rog.

Beatrice really went to pieces on you: She now lies scattered on the floor in handy bite-sized chunks.

Genetix Edit

Fly too close to the water in fly-form. Edit

A frog jumps out of the water and swallows Roger.

Doesn't look like you'll be bugging anyone for a while.

Fly too close to one of the plants in fly-form. Edit

The plant snares Roger with its tongue and eats him.

You taste as good as you crunch.

Talk to Cliffy in fly-form before calling the Eureka. Edit

Cliffy smacks his nose after Roger lands on it, squishing Roger.

What we have here is a failure to communicate. Or something.

Get the door puzzle wrong 5 times. Edit

Oops. You've bungled this puzzle. Maybe you should have paid more attention to your surroundings while you were a fly. We'll reset the puzzle and give you another try.

Five times and you still couldn't get it right. Next time you're buzzing around, pay more attention.

Open the top right cage or the bottom right cage in the Genetix lab. Edit

Top Right: A strange creature (probably a Labion Terror Beast) comes spinning out, catching Roger in its whirlwind and killing him.

Bottom Right: The monster inside the cage sucks Roger in and eats him.

Looks like you really lost your head this time.

The Goliath Edit

Don't activate the cloaking device before the Goliath shows up or turn off the cloaking device after the Goliath shows up. Edit

Droole: She's spotted us, sir. Her weapons are locked and preparing to fire. Been nice knowin' ya.

The Goliath fires on the Eureka, destroying it.

Duuuuh. You died because you were dumb.

Fly the pod to the Goliath before getting the torch. Edit

You find yourself in quite a predicament. You have no means for cutting through the Goliath's hull and to return to your ship would require the Eureka to decloak insuring the death of your crew. Dang!

You are dead. Someone else will have to carry the torch you left behind.

Pick the wrong section of the Goliath to cut into. Edit

Several Pukoids look through the freshly cut hole menacingly.

Some space hero you are! Sheesh, you couldn't adventure yourself out of a damp cellulose container without third-part intervention!

Get spotted by the Engineering pukoid guard. Edit

Roger is blasted by the Pukoid's Mutation gun.

Boy! They were all over you like flies on... er, sorry. You're probably still a little sensitive about that fly thing.

Leave the hallway through a normal exit. Edit

Pukoid: Halt!!

Roger it blasted by the Pukoid's mutation gun.

Boy! They were all over you like flies on... er, sorry. You're probably still a little sensitive about that fly thing.

Fail to get out of the way when the elevator passes through the shaft. Edit

The elevator goes by, leaving a flattened Roger against the ladder.

Looks like you've been spreading yourself a bit thin lately. Perhaps you'd like to try one of our less challenging games like "Mixed Up Mother Goose"?

Turn off the shields after not getting the Genetix Nitrogen Tanks. Edit

Roger: Not this time, Quirk! Now the foot's on the other shoe! You're toast!

You're the one who's toast this time, Roger. Forgetting that little item of vital importance back on Genetix has come back to haunt you. We hate to say we told you so, but we did.

Well... this new look is going to be all the rage in the quadrant, now that you won't be around to stop the mutants.

Signal Cliffy to turn on the transporter at the wrong time. Edit

Roger: Now, Cliffy!

The Pukoid(s) not on the transporter pad blast(s) Roger with its/their mutation gun(s).

Boy! They were all over you like flies on... er, sorry. You're probably still a little sensitive about that fly thing.

When Flo asks what to do, choose to ride it out. Edit

Flo: Is there anything I can do Captain?
Dialogue Choice: I think we can ride it out -- this blob thing doesn't look that dangerous.

Flo: As you wish, Captain. Eureka out.

The blob slimes over the Goliath, eventually destroying it.

A defeatist attitude won't get you anything -- except a body bag.

When Flo asks you what to do, choose to zap the blob. Edit

Flo: Is there anything I can do Captain?
Dialogue Choice: Don't worry about it, Flo, I'm gonna fire up the Goliath's phaser banks and zap that Quirkoid blob creature into puke fritters.

Flo: All right, Captain, good luck! Eureka out.

Roger: Okay... here we go...

Roger: Now I wonder which one of these thingymabobs fires the lasers?

The blob slimes over the Goliath, eventually destroying it.

Some space hero you are! Sheesh, you couldn't adventure yourself out of a damp cellulose container without third-party intervention!

Beam back to the Goliath right after beaming to the Eureka. Edit

Wasting all that time beaming back and forth gave the big snot ball enough time to munch down on the Goliath and the Eureka. Having no particular place to beam to, your molecules spread out across the universe.

Take too long to lure the blob away from the Goliath. Edit

Droole: The Goliath's hull is nearing structural failure, Captain. She's going to implode if we don't do something.

The Goliath cracks apart under the blob's pressure.

You've blown it again. Due to your inability to perform under pressure, the Goliath was destroyed and so were you.

Take too long to contain the blob after luring it towards the Eureka. Edit

The blob slimes the Eureka because it wasn't contained.

Due to your inability to perform under pressure, the Eureka has been munched by the blob. Nice going!

Open the trash compartment after sucking the blob in or go somewhere other than the open door after the blob breaks free or leave the science lab after jumping into it. Edit

Yeeuuck! The giant, pus-oozing blob has burst through the trash containment hatchway. You're up to your knees in it now -- literally!

Roger is devoured by the blob.

It's a nice look for you. Too bad it can't last.

Beam off the Eureka without Beatrice. Edit

Bea is dead. In an alternate future she would've borne your son. In the future past of Space Quest 4, your son would've saved your life. But she didn't so he couldn't -- therefore you aren't.

Beam off the Eureka before setting the ship to self-destruct. Edit

Droole: Captain, the Eureka has broken up. The blob is attacking us now...

The blob slimes over the Goliath, eventually destroying it.

The tremendous force exerted by the blob finally breached the Eureka's hull, leaving the Quirk/Pukoid blob creature free to wreak havoc upon the universe. But look on the bright side, you won't be around to face a court-martial.

Complete the whole Goliath section except for replacing the warp motivator cap, then leave Engineering without replacing it. Edit

Roger: Wilco, here. Go ahead, Flo.

Flo: Captain, the Goliath's warp drive is still off-line.

Roger: Is that bad?

Flo: If it isn't operational before the Eureka self-destructs, we'll all die!

Roger: That is bad! I guess I better do something about that while I'm down here.

Flo: Your penetrating analysis of the situation is as remarkable as ever, sir. Flo out.

Ever get that nagging feeling you forgot something?


Total number of ways to die: 67

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