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Tal9922: "in a hundred years we'll all be dead, but here and now we are alive!" What? When did he say that?

Nano Moose: In the forgotten temple in the desert. I'm too lazy to dig my copy out, but I've read it three times and the way I remember it, Om tries to demoralise him into killing Vorbis by telling him that nothing he does matters, because in a hundred years they'll all be dead. Brutha counters with "But here and now, we are alive!" It becomes something like Arc Words. The commandments given by the gods to their followers were "This is not a game," and "Here and now, you are alive." It's why Brutha gets a hundred years in his deal with Om near the end, and it's also his last words.