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  • Deep Sleep
  • Deep sleep
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  • Deep Sleep is a perk added to Fallout 3 with the Broken Steel add-on.
  • Deep Sleep is the second level pack in 8bit Doves, released on August 27th 2014.
  • Deep Sleep disables the Chat Box, causes 2% of maximum HP/SP is recovered each second, and causes damage from the next attack to be amplified by 1.5.
  • Deep Sleep is a rogue ability from the Subterfuge tree in Dragon Age: Inquisition.
  • Stage 3 & 4 Stage 3 - This stage represents the threshold to deep sleep. It usually occurs between thirty to forty-five minutes after starting to sleep. In stage 3, extremely slow brain waves called delta waves begin to appear. They are interspersed with smaller, faster waves. In stage 3 the sleeper is much more difficult to waken. Stage 4 - This stage represents "deep sleep". Delta waves are the primary waves recorded from the brain. It is during deep sleep that the body gets its most rest and does its best repair work. A sleeper in deep sleep will be very difficult to awake.
  • Sleep. Deep, profound, unwakeable sleep. Not imposed on the sleeper but springing from his own need for sleep. Often a consequence of Post Dramatic Stress Disorder. Exhaustion, illness, and recuperation can also produce it. And some people naturally sleep deeply. Usually the deep sleeper does not dream; indeed, the victim of Recurring Dreams may attempt to exhaust himself to invoke this trope. Any Instant Waking Skills are usually nullified, and it takes a lot to wake someone in this sleep. (Which gives people leeway to act about him, whether to move him, or to play pranks, or whatever. Often plans are made and actions undertaken without him, because he needs to sleep.)
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  • "deep sleep"
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  • Aug.7.2015
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  • 270
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  • 10
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  • FO3BS
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  • Knockout Powder.png
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  • 1
Description
  • Enemies affected by Knockout Powder sleep longer and are slow to wake up after being damaged.
Color
  • #59B52C; color:white
PREV
  • "Atavus High"
Released
  • 2014-08-27
Effects
  • Well Rested for sleeping in any bed.
NEXT
  • "The Art of War"
doves
  • 69
abstract
  • Deep Sleep is a perk added to Fallout 3 with the Broken Steel add-on.
  • Deep Sleep is the second level pack in 8bit Doves, released on August 27th 2014.
  • Deep Sleep disables the Chat Box, causes 2% of maximum HP/SP is recovered each second, and causes damage from the next attack to be amplified by 1.5.
  • Stage 3 & 4 Stage 3 - This stage represents the threshold to deep sleep. It usually occurs between thirty to forty-five minutes after starting to sleep. In stage 3, extremely slow brain waves called delta waves begin to appear. They are interspersed with smaller, faster waves. In stage 3 the sleeper is much more difficult to waken. Stage 4 - This stage represents "deep sleep". Delta waves are the primary waves recorded from the brain. It is during deep sleep that the body gets its most rest and does its best repair work. A sleeper in deep sleep will be very difficult to awake. Stage 3 and 4 are distinguished from each other only by the percentage of delta activity. Together they represent up to 25% of total sleep time. During stages 3 and 4 all eye and muscle movement ceases. The first deep sleep period of the night is the longest and the deepest. After the deep sleep period is over the sleeper reverses the pattern, moving back up to non-REM stage 2 then entering REM sleep.
  • Sleep. Deep, profound, unwakeable sleep. Not imposed on the sleeper but springing from his own need for sleep. Often a consequence of Post Dramatic Stress Disorder. Exhaustion, illness, and recuperation can also produce it. And some people naturally sleep deeply. Usually the deep sleeper does not dream; indeed, the victim of Recurring Dreams may attempt to exhaust himself to invoke this trope. Any Instant Waking Skills are usually nullified, and it takes a lot to wake someone in this sleep. (Which gives people leeway to act about him, whether to move him, or to play pranks, or whatever. Often plans are made and actions undertaken without him, because he needs to sleep.) A Heroic BSOD is likely to cause this as well; compare Angst Coma. Although it is often termed "sleeping like the dead," if you actually think he may be dead, the trope is Faux Death. If the length is done hyperbolicly, see Asleep for Days; Deep Sleep does not actually need to be prolonged, but can be. Truth in Television. Merges insensibly with unconsciousness, since the hallmark of true unconsciousness is inability to be woken. Examples of Deep Sleep include:
  • Deep Sleep is a rogue ability from the Subterfuge tree in Dragon Age: Inquisition.
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