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18th Aug '15 8:00:47 AM Neakal
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-->'''Walton Simons:''' The secondary unit [[spoiler:(referring to JC Denton)]]should be online soon. He's currently undergoing preparations and will be operational within six months.

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-->'''Walton Simons:''' Simmons:''' The secondary unit [[spoiler:(referring to JC Denton)]]should be online soon. He's currently undergoing preparations and will be operational within six months.months.
** Why is this Fride Logic? The idea is that six months pass between the intro and the first mission. This is further reinforced by Page mentioning that Simmons' appointment to FEMA will soon be finalised whereas in the game, he is already the head of FEMA.
30th Apr '15 12:04:40 AM SeptimusHeap
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-->'''Walton Simons:''' The secondary unit [[spoiler:(referring to JC Denton)]]should be online soon. He's currently undergoing preparations and will be operational within six months.
** As mentioned before, the first level takes place right after the actual terrorist attack. Did six months dilate suddenly to six seconds, or did UNATCO seriously order their troops to hold back for six months, eager to give JC a chance to prove himself?
*** The terrorist attack at the beginning of the game is not the same event as the terrorist bombing of the statue. Indeed, the bombing is the reason for the formation of UNATCO.

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-->'''Walton Simons:''' The secondary unit [[spoiler:(referring to JC Denton)]]should be online soon. He's currently undergoing preparations and will be operational within six months.
** As mentioned before, the first level takes place right after the actual terrorist attack. Did six months dilate suddenly to six seconds, or did UNATCO seriously order their troops to hold back for six months, eager to give JC a chance to prove himself?
*** The terrorist attack at the beginning of the game is not the same event as the terrorist bombing of the statue. Indeed, the bombing is the reason for the formation of UNATCO.
months.
29th Apr '15 11:12:26 PM xtoinvectus
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** As mentioned before, the first level takes place right after the actual terrorist attack. Did six months dilate suddenly to six seconds, or did UNATCO seriously order their troops to hold back for six months, eager to give JC a chance to prove himself?

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** As mentioned before, the first level takes place right after the actual terrorist attack. Did six months dilate suddenly to six seconds, or did UNATCO seriously order their troops to hold back for six months, eager to give JC a chance to prove himself?himself?
***The terrorist attack at the beginning of the game is not the same event as the terrorist bombing of the statue. Indeed, the bombing is the reason for the formation of UNATCO.
28th Apr '15 9:56:31 PM TMK87
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28th Apr '15 9:55:58 PM TMK87
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* The intro sequence gives us a snapshot of the recent terrorist attack on the Statue of Liberty, where the first level will take place. One of the men gives us this information:

-->'''Walton Simons:''' The secondary unit [[spoiler:(referring to JC Denton)]]should be online soon. He's currently undergoing preparations and will be operational within six months.

** As mentioned before, the first level takes place right after the actual terrorist attack. Did six months dilate suddenly to six seconds, or did UNATCO seriously order their troops to hold back for six months, eager to give JC a chance to prove himself?
24th Feb '14 2:33:51 AM Korodzik
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* In VideoGame/DeusEx, what will normally incapacitate a mook will kill JC, at first I thought it was because they are lazy but I then realized that the UNATCO made it so that if he is incapcitated he activates a psuedo killswitch which will have himself self terminate if he is involuntarily incapacitated.

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* In VideoGame/DeusEx, ''Deus Ex'', what will normally incapacitate a mook will kill JC, at JC. At first I thought it was because they are lazy lazy, but I then realized that the UNATCO made it so that if he is incapcitated incapacitated, he activates a psuedo pseudo killswitch which will have himself self terminate if he is involuntarily incapacitated.



* In VideoGame/DeusEx, you always open to a particular section of a book, even when it's closed, and typically to the pages most pressing to current events, or the ones that are most [[ContemplateOurNavels contemplatitively philosophical.]] For example, behind the Clerk's desk in the 'Ton Hotel, there is a copy of G.K. Chesterton's ''The Man Who Was Thursday'', and you open to a discussion of political and philosophical anarchy. You might think "Well why do we open to that page instead of any particular other?" Because, being the [[GeniusBruiser erudite]] SuperSoldier that he is, JC opens directly to the section that interests him.

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* In VideoGame/DeusEx, ''Deus Ex'', you always open to a particular section of a book, even when it's closed, and typically to the pages most pressing to current events, or the ones that are most [[ContemplateOurNavels contemplatitively philosophical.]] For example, behind the Clerk's desk in the 'Ton Hotel, there is a copy of G. K. Chesterton's ''The Man Who Was Thursday'', ''Literature/TheManWhoWasThursday'', and you open to a discussion of political and philosophical anarchy. You might think "Well "Well, why do we open to that page instead of any particular other?" Because, being the [[GeniusBruiser erudite]] SuperSoldier that he is, JC opens directly to the section that interests him.



* Why does Walton Simons' voice always sound like he's five seconds away from falling asleep? As the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, he would of course want to have a reassuring voice, [[FalseReassurance false as that reassurance may be]].
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* Why does Walton Simons' Simons's voice always sound like he's five seconds away from falling asleep? As the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, he would of course want to have a reassuring voice, [[FalseReassurance false as that reassurance may be]].
* Tracer Tong. Tracer T. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracert tracert]].tracert]].
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11th Oct '13 7:01:10 PM Dalen
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* Why does Walton Simons' voice always sound like he's five seconds away from falling asleep? As the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, he would of course want to have a reassuring voice, [[FalseReassurance false as that reassurance may be]].

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* Why does Walton Simons' voice always sound like he's five seconds away from falling asleep? As the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, he would of course want to have a reassuring voice, [[FalseReassurance false as that reassurance may be]].be]].
* Tracer Tong. Tracer T. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracert tracert]].
20th Jun '13 8:52:03 PM NephandiMan
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* Why does Walton Simons' voice always sound like he's five seconds away from falling asleep? As the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, he would of course want to have a reassuring voice, [[FalseReassurance false as that reassurance may be]].
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* If you get through the Battery Park mission while killing very few people, Sam Carter rewards you... by giving you ammunition for a ''lethal'' weapon.
** He explicitly states that he gives you this kind of ammunition because having seen your behavior he can trust you to make the right call on how and ''if'' to use it.

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* Why does Walton Simons' voice always sound like he's five seconds away from falling asleep? As the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, he would of course want to have a reassuring voice, [[FalseReassurance false as that reassurance may be]].
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[[AC:FridgeLogic]]
* If you get through the Battery Park mission while killing very few people, Sam Carter rewards you... by giving you ammunition for a ''lethal'' weapon.
** He explicitly states that he gives you this kind of ammunition because having seen your behavior he can trust you to make the right call on how and ''if'' to use it.
be]].
20th Jun '13 8:51:34 PM NephandiMan
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** Also, the tear gas mentions about causing bronchitis, since the nano augs process certain things quicker. This also means it can directly affect JC and prolonged exposure can lead to death.
* In VideoGame/DeusEx, you always open to a particular section of a book, even when it's closed, and typically to the pages most pressing to current events, or the ones that are most [[ContemplateOurNavels contemplatitively philosophical.]] For example, behind the Clerk's desk in the 'Ton Hotel, there is a copy of G.K. Chesterton's ''The Man Who Was Thursday'', and you open to a discussion of political and philosophical anarchy. You might think "Well why do we open to that page instead of any particular other?" and then you think ''Of course that's what JC Denton would open to!''
* In the beginning, Paul will scold you if you choose to mainly fight your way through Liberty Island, which makes sense as he's a firm believer in ThouShallNotKill. [[spoiler:It later makes even more sense because you realize those were ''his'' men you killed.]]

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** Also, his HyperactiveMetabolism means that the bronchitis caused by prolonged exposure to the tear gas mentions about causing bronchitis, manifests much more quickly than was intended, since the nano augs process certain things quicker. This also means it can directly affect JC and prolonged exposure can lead to death.
* In VideoGame/DeusEx, you always open to a particular section of a book, even when it's closed, and typically to the pages most pressing to current events, or the ones that are most [[ContemplateOurNavels contemplatitively philosophical.]] For example, behind the Clerk's desk in the 'Ton Hotel, there is a copy of G.K. Chesterton's ''The Man Who Was Thursday'', and you open to a discussion of political and philosophical anarchy. You might think "Well why do we open to that page instead of any particular other?" and then you think ''Of course that's what Because, being the [[GeniusBruiser erudite]] SuperSoldier that he is, JC Denton would open to!''
opens directly to the section that interests him.
* In the beginning, Paul will scold you if you choose to mainly fight your way through Liberty Island, which makes sense as he's a firm believer in ThouShallNotKill. [[spoiler:It It later makes even more sense because you realize those [[spoiler:those were ''his'' men you killed.]]]]
* Why does Walton Simons' voice always sound like he's five seconds away from falling asleep? As the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, he would of course want to have a reassuring voice, [[FalseReassurance false as that reassurance may be]].
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7th Aug '12 2:32:11 AM Amper
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* If you get through the Battery Park mission while killing very few people, Sam Carter rewards you... by giving you ammunition for a ''lethal'' weapon.

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* If you get through the Battery Park mission while killing very few people, Sam Carter rewards you... by giving you ammunition for a ''lethal'' weapon.weapon.
** He explicitly states that he gives you this kind of ammunition because having seen your behavior he can trust you to make the right call on how and ''if'' to use it.
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