Gods Will Be Watching is generally good about explaining what you did wrong when you die. (How was I supposed to know I needed fire to stay warm through the night?) But I recently committed suicide and I don't know why. What triggers this kill condition, and what can I do to stop killing myself?

Sgt Burden failed his men and committed suicide

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    That is one hell of a title when taken out of context. – rikitikitik Jul 18 '13 at 6:44
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    I love the titles of some questions here :) – Ric Jul 18 '13 at 7:50
  • I think RPG has a How can I tell when a corpse is safe to eat?, and somewhere is my head keeps falling off. – gerrit Jul 18 '13 at 10:44
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    @gerrit indeed there are... maybe we should have a best-of meta post – Zommuter Jul 18 '13 at 11:02
  • The developers are doing a indiegogo campaign for a real game. indiegogo.com/projects/gods-will-be-watching Looks awesome. – user49998 Jul 18 '13 at 16:49

Your morale counter was negative. When that happens on a crew member they go insane and leave. When you lose all of your human crew members the game ends.

Use Request Inform on BR4ND-0N. The numbers show you the mental state of you crew members. Talking to them increases morale by one for that member. Using group therapy increases morale of everyone by 2 ( or 1-3 it varies ).

The robot and dog do not have a morale counter.

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  • I could have sworn that I lived for a few turns after killing my human crew (the robot and the dog should have sufficed, and Sarge doesn't have any morale to lose), but perhaps I was mistaken – Wolf Jul 18 '13 at 7:43
  • @Sean The game always ended for me when i killed every human. Maybe there is some hidden counter. – user49998 Jul 18 '13 at 8:02

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