History Fridge / Crysis

28th Mar '16 3:18:51 PM Iapetus22
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* The ending to the expansion ''Warhead'' is very satisfying: you've killed the big boss alien, thwarted your human opponent, and secured the relic for your side to study. Then you remember the ending to the main game: the alien specimen you recover will be destroyed when the Constitution is sunk, so this was all for nothing.

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* The ending to the expansion ''Warhead'' is very satisfying: you've killed the big boss alien, thwarted your human opponent, and secured the relic artifact for your side to study. Then you remember the ending to the main game: the alien specimen you recover will be destroyed when the Constitution is sunk, so this was all for nothing. (You did keep it away from the Koreans, though it seems unlikely they would have gotten it away from the aliens anyway, and simply destroying the artifact could have been achieved with much less effort.)
28th Mar '16 3:16:41 PM Iapetus22
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* The ending to the expansion WARHEAD is very satisfying: you've killed the big boss alien, thwarted your human opponent, and secured the relic for your side to study. Then you remember the ending to the main game: the alien specimen you recover will be destroyed when the Constitution is sunk, so this was all for nothing.

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* The ending to the expansion WARHEAD ''Warhead'' is very satisfying: you've killed the big boss alien, thwarted your human opponent, and secured the relic for your side to study. Then you remember the ending to the main game: the alien specimen you recover will be destroyed when the Constitution is sunk, so this was all for nothing.
28th Mar '16 3:16:12 PM Iapetus22
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* The ending to the expansion WARHEAD is very satisfying: you've killed the big boss alien, thwarted your human opponent, and secured the relic for your side to study. Then you remember the ending to the main game: the alien specimen you recover will be destroyed when the Constitution is sunk, so this was all for nothing.
6th Jun '14 8:56:13 AM SeptimusHeap
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** [[spoiler: Crytek told that there weren't going to exist more games with the ''Crysis'' tittle in them, but they mentioned that the Crysis universe and timeline was not going to end that soon, a founding fact for future games that was show after the long credits[[{{Seen It a Million Times}}]] from Crysis 3 which shows purposedly a sequence after they end; Crytek developers known that not everyone was going to stay until the 20-minutes credits end [[{{ForegoneConclusion}}]]; where Psycho pursues the members of Crynet Board of Directors while CELL operators scorts them to a Safe house [[{{SafeZoneHopeSpot}}]], in which Psycho performs acts that only could have been done with a Nanosuit[[{{WeHaveForgottenThePhlebotinum}}]], in which he run much faster that the guards, they barely see him and Psycho shows he knows that they are there even if the room was dark enough to not see a thing ;showing on first person view that he is infact seeing in a very similar way to the Nanosuit 1 Nightvision; even the Crynet Board of Directors members don't notice Psycho is sitting in a chair until he says "Good evening members of the board"]].

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** [[spoiler: Crytek told that there weren't going to exist more games with the ''Crysis'' tittle in them, but they mentioned that the Crysis universe and timeline was not going to end that soon, a founding fact for future games that was show after the long credits[[{{Seen It a Million Times}}]] credits from Crysis 3 which shows purposedly a sequence after they end; Crytek developers known that not everyone was going to stay until the 20-minutes credits end [[{{ForegoneConclusion}}]]; where Psycho pursues the members of Crynet Board of Directors while CELL operators scorts them to a Safe house [[{{SafeZoneHopeSpot}}]], in which Psycho performs acts that only could have been done with a Nanosuit[[{{WeHaveForgottenThePhlebotinum}}]], in which he run much faster that the guards, they barely see him and Psycho shows he knows that they are there even if the room was dark enough to not see a thing ;showing on first person view that he is infact seeing in a very similar way to the Nanosuit 1 Nightvision; even the Crynet Board of Directors members don't notice Psycho is sitting in a chair until he says "Good evening members of the board"]].
2nd Jun '14 8:17:47 PM Xenomoose
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** [[spoiler: Psycho showed that he was well capable on modifying his Nanosuit to some degree, as in Crysis Warhead his Nanosuit HUD was displaying "Sykes Mod" all the time; Psycho could have modded the suit to get some of their powers on himself at some point. Or even modified it while he was actually predicting that some one, in this case: CELL, were going to remove the Nanosuit from his body. Also, Psycho's body doesn't show considerable damage that was predicted from just wearing the Nanosuit, when it was disclosed that as the Nanosuit being symbiotic turned them into "Dead-men walking". Psycho is well beyond is 50's and he still shows considerable permormance confronting both CELL and later the Ceph; while many other "elite" CELL soldiers were very-easily killable from any Ceph unit and Rebels themselves.]]

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** [[spoiler: Psycho showed that he was well capable on modifying his Nanosuit to some degree, as in Crysis Warhead his Nanosuit HUD was displaying "Sykes Mod" all the time; Psycho could have modded the suit to get some of their powers on himself at some point. Or even modified it while he was actually predicting that some one, in this case: CELL, were going to remove the Nanosuit from his body. Also, Psycho's body doesn't show considerable damage that was predicted from just wearing the Nanosuit, when it was disclosed that as the Nanosuit being symbiotic turned them into "Dead-men walking". Psycho is well beyond is 50's and he still shows considerable permormance confronting both CELL and later the Ceph; while many other "elite" CELL soldiers were very-easily killable from any Ceph unit and Rebels themselves.]]
* At one point in the first game, when Nomad [[spoiler: has been captured by the Koreans and brought to General Kyong, Kyong asks Dr. Rosenthal "Would the CIA be interested in a temple? Would the US Military be interested in a temple?" And then he points to Nomad and asks "Would HE be interested in a temple?"]] At first, [[spoiler: it seems weird that Kyong would separate Nomad from the rest of the US military, but when you take the events of the sequels and the origins of the Nanosuit (which the Koreans have) into account, it makes sense. The Koreans somehow got nanotech from Hargreave (perhaps Hargreave himself gave them nanosuit technology as a contingency plan in case the US nanosuit teams could not gain access to the aforementioned "temple" (the Ceph ship). Kyong knows that Hargreave has his own plans concerning the Ceph ship, and Kyong is attempting to hijack those plans so that whatever Hargreave wants, Korea gets instead.]] Of course, [[spoiler: Nomad puts an end to those plans quite quickly, and even if he didn't, Kyong probably wasn't prepared for living Ceph, which is probably a hint that either the nanosuit technology was stolen or that Hargreave didn't trust Kyong enough to tell him as much as Prophet was told.
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14th Nov '13 11:58:19 PM rakaze
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** Prophet/Alcatraz still have lungs, they were damaged when Alcatraz escaped the sub and was shot by the Ceph gunship, [[spoiler:One of the described Nanosuit functions is that depending on how damaged were some parts of the body, the Nanosuit automatically repurposes any not needed/damaged body material to be used when critical functions become impaired, so, apart from that the suit grows into the wounds, the suit also repaired and or even replaced the lungs since they are essential for the wearer to live.]]



* The Ceph were tracking down Hargreave in ''Crysis 2'' thanks to the [[spoiler: same Ceph technology he was using to prolong his life that Rasch was using, and through which the Ceph took over him.]] Furthermore, Hargreave's [[spoiler: death was what ultimately spared him from being used as a puppet by the Ceph, just like Rasch was]].

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* The Ceph were tracking down Hargreave in ''Crysis 2'' thanks to the [[spoiler: same Ceph technology he was using to prolong his life that Rasch was using, and through which the Ceph took over him.]] Furthermore, Hargreave's [[spoiler: death was what ultimately spared him from being used as a puppet by the Ceph, just like Rasch was]].was]].
* In ''Crysis 3'', only Psycho, Dane and Bandit are alive after they were separated from their Nanosuits. While everybody else was killed after operation or died on the process because the suit wasn't supposed to be separated from his owner after they symbiotically bonded with it, and CELL purposedly did not gave them anesthesia because they thinked that it would interfere in the data recovering and study of the Nanosuit internal biological systems. [[spoiler:Maybe there was a purpose for them being killed/euthanized after the Nanosuit was separated from their body, like Prophet did because of the "symbiosis" process. ]]
** [[spoiler: Crytek told that there weren't going to exist more games with the ''Crysis'' tittle in them, but they mentioned that the Crysis universe and timeline was not going to end that soon, a founding fact for future games that was show after the long credits[[{{Seen It a Million Times}}]] from Crysis 3 which shows purposedly a sequence after they end; Crytek developers known that not everyone was going to stay until the 20-minutes credits end [[{{ForegoneConclusion}}]]; where Psycho pursues the members of Crynet Board of Directors while CELL operators scorts them to a Safe house [[{{SafeZoneHopeSpot}}]], in which Psycho performs acts that only could have been done with a Nanosuit[[{{WeHaveForgottenThePhlebotinum}}]], in which he run much faster that the guards, they barely see him and Psycho shows he knows that they are there even if the room was dark enough to not see a thing ;showing on first person view that he is infact seeing in a very similar way to the Nanosuit 1 Nightvision; even the Crynet Board of Directors members don't notice Psycho is sitting in a chair until he says "Good evening members of the board"]].
*** [[spoiler: You never actually scan Psycho with the Prophet's Nanosuit, as he doesn't find a reason to do that, Prophet just loads the "Personallity Profile" from the past to get a correct briefing on what Psycho was actually on ground; while Prophet scanned Rasch to know was what going on , physically, psychologically, biologically and to store that data for further purposes; Psycho was changed from the soldier who works alone, which do not has respect from command, who don't bond with people in the ground easily, to the soldier who has "people", that doesn't work alone and has respect from command; althrough if it was Claire; and he indeed bonded emotionally not only with Claire but also remembered fairly easily what happened on Lingshan on "Only Human" mission, and is surprising to Prophet himself because "that's not the Psycho I used to know". There are moments in which Psycho unexpectedly survives far from what even the Nanosuit soldier was capable of, specifically showing off while Prophet was fighting the Alpha-Ceph, when the Mastermind Ceph took Psycho and his VTOL down in one shot in "Only Human". ]]
** [[spoiler: Psycho showed that he was well capable on modifying his Nanosuit to some degree, as in Crysis Warhead his Nanosuit HUD was displaying "Sykes Mod" all the time; Psycho could have modded the suit to get some of their powers on himself at some point. Or even modified it while he was actually predicting that some one, in this case: CELL, were going to remove the Nanosuit from his body. Also, Psycho's body doesn't show considerable damage that was predicted from just wearing the Nanosuit, when it was disclosed that as the Nanosuit being symbiotic turned them into "Dead-men walking". Psycho is well beyond is 50's and he still shows considerable permormance confronting both CELL and later the Ceph; while many other "elite" CELL soldiers were very-easily killable from any Ceph unit and Rebels themselves.]]
20th Jun '13 10:45:09 AM Zaptech
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* ''Crysis 3'' reveals that the Nanosuits have the ability to absorb Ceph energy, becoming "overcharged" and significantly tougher than normal. This retroactively explains the MadeOfIron status of General Kyong from ''Crysis 1'', who was able to withstand significantly more damage than a normal nanosuit user after being exposed to a large burst of Ceph energy.

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* ''Crysis 3'' reveals that the Nanosuits have the ability to absorb Ceph energy, becoming "overcharged" and significantly tougher than normal. This retroactively explains the MadeOfIron status of General Kyong from ''Crysis 1'', who was able to withstand significantly more damage than a normal nanosuit user after being exposed to a large burst of Ceph energy.energy.
* The Ceph were tracking down Hargreave in ''Crysis 2'' thanks to the [[spoiler: same Ceph technology he was using to prolong his life that Rasch was using, and through which the Ceph took over him.]] Furthermore, Hargreave's [[spoiler: death was what ultimately spared him from being used as a puppet by the Ceph, just like Rasch was]].
14th Mar '13 11:07:22 PM Lightning4119
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*** Confirmed - intel items say he's been deployed (doesn't say where) and couldn't be recalled.
* Why does the sound of heavy breathing play when sprinting in Crysis 3 if Prophet doesn't have lungs anymore due to Alcatraz's injuries?
6th Mar '13 8:21:05 PM Lightning4119
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** Also provides a possible explanation for the Koreans having nanosuits. Rasch gave them to them.
5th Mar '13 6:17:29 PM Joylock
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* In ''Crysis 3'', Prophet tries to scan Karl Rasch when he first meets him but cannot get any data out of him. Rasch claims it's because he created the nanosuit. This works on two levels: [[spoiler: Rasch did indeed invent the nanosuit with Jacob Hargreave. But Rasch has also already been taken over by the Alpha Ceph for God knows how long, so the Alpha Ceph is claiming that he (or rather, his species) created the suit, which is also correct.]]

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* In ''Crysis 3'', Prophet tries to scan Karl Rasch when he first meets him but cannot get any data out of him. Rasch claims it's because he created the nanosuit. This works on two levels: [[spoiler: Rasch did indeed invent the nanosuit with Jacob Hargreave. But Rasch has also already been taken over by the Alpha Ceph for God knows how long, so the Alpha Ceph is claiming that he (or rather, his species) created the suit, which is also correct.]]]]
* ''Crysis 3'' reveals that the Nanosuits have the ability to absorb Ceph energy, becoming "overcharged" and significantly tougher than normal. This retroactively explains the MadeOfIron status of General Kyong from ''Crysis 1'', who was able to withstand significantly more damage than a normal nanosuit user after being exposed to a large burst of Ceph energy.
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