History Headscratchers / BlackAndWhite

3rd Sep '15 5:27:57 AM PurrElise
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** Maybe Ol' Blue had [[TheStarscream plans of his own]], after disposing of your annoying red-boy butt.

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** Maybe Ol' Blue had [[TheStarscream plans of his own]], after disposing of your annoying red-boy red butt.
12th Oct '14 8:42:20 PM Queenofdragons6
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** If you knew that God only definitely existed, but could literally drop a two-storey tall ball of fire on your house at a whim, conjure magic lighting, and otherwise bring his terrible wrath upon you at even the slightest hint of desertion (remember, you can monitor belief in this game) would you honestly believe that ''everyone'' would agree ''not'' to worship such a being?

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** If you knew that God only definitely existed, but could literally drop a two-storey two-story tall ball of fire on your house at a whim, conjure magic lighting, and otherwise bring his terrible wrath upon you at even the slightest hint of desertion (remember, you can monitor belief in this game) would you honestly believe that ''everyone'' would agree ''not'' to worship such a being?
20th Jul '14 10:54:02 PM ChaosKnux
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** Arguably, Good!Nemesis could be the ultimate [[KnightTemplar]], destroying all other "evil" Gods [[ForGreatJustice]].

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** Arguably, Good!Nemesis could be the ultimate [[KnightTemplar]], KnightTemplar, destroying all other "evil" Gods [[ForGreatJustice]].
ForGreatJustice.
20th Jul '14 10:53:28 PM ChaosKnux
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* Since Nemesis must live up to [[TheNamesake his namesake]], if you're a good god the game calls him "the embodiment of evil," while if you're an evil god he's the ultimate good guy. Problem is, this distinction doesn't change any of his in-game behavior -- no matter what, he's ruthlessly determined to wipe all other gods from existence, killing hundreds of potential followers, especially on Land Five when he tries to slaughter his own village after [[TurnCoat you convert the people to your side]]. At any rate, [[ObviouslyEvil he's DEFINITELY a far cry from good]]...

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* Since Nemesis must live up to [[TheNamesake his namesake]], if you're a good god the game calls him "the embodiment of evil," while if you're an evil god he's the ultimate good guy. Problem is, this distinction doesn't change any of his in-game behavior -- no matter what, he's ruthlessly determined to wipe all other gods from existence, killing hundreds of potential followers, especially on Land Five when he tries to slaughter his own village after [[TurnCoat you convert the people to your side]]. At any rate, [[ObviouslyEvil he's DEFINITELY a far cry from good]]...
good]]...
** Arguably, Good!Nemesis could be the ultimate [[KnightTemplar]], destroying all other "evil" Gods [[ForGreatJustice]].
14th Apr '14 7:16:24 PM Onariona
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* Since Nemesis must live up to [[TheNamesake his namesake]], if you're a good god the game calls him "the embodiment of evil," while if you're an evil god he's the ultimate good guy. Problem is, this distinction doesn't change any of his in-game behavior -- no matter what, he's ruthlessly determined to wipe all other gods from existence, killing thousands of potential followers, especially on Land Five when he tries to slaughter his own village after [[TurnCoat you convert the people to your side]]. At any rate, [[ObviouslyEvil he's DEFINITELY a far cry from good]]...

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* Since Nemesis must live up to [[TheNamesake his namesake]], if you're a good god the game calls him "the embodiment of evil," while if you're an evil god he's the ultimate good guy. Problem is, this distinction doesn't change any of his in-game behavior -- no matter what, he's ruthlessly determined to wipe all other gods from existence, killing hundreds of potential followers, especially on Land Five when he tries to slaughter his own village after [[TurnCoat you convert the people to your side]]. At any rate, [[ObviouslyEvil he's DEFINITELY a far cry from good]]...
14th Apr '14 7:14:04 PM Onariona
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* Since Nemesis must live up to [[TheNamesake his namesake]], if you're a good god the game calls him "the embodiment of evil," while if you're an evil god he's the embodiment of good. Problem is, this distinction doesn't change any of his in-game behavior -- no matter what, he's ruthlessly determined to wipe all other gods from existence, killing 1000s of potential followers, especially on Land Five where he tries to slaughter his own village after [[TurnCoat you convert them to your side]]. At any rate, [[ObviouslyEvil he's DEFINITELY a far cry from the embodiment of good]]...

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* Since Nemesis must live up to [[TheNamesake his namesake]], if you're a good god the game calls him "the embodiment of evil," while if you're an evil god he's the embodiment of good. ultimate good guy. Problem is, this distinction doesn't change any of his in-game behavior -- no matter what, he's ruthlessly determined to wipe all other gods from existence, killing 1000s thousands of potential followers, especially on Land Five where when he tries to slaughter his own village after [[TurnCoat you convert them the people to your side]]. At any rate, [[ObviouslyEvil he's DEFINITELY a far cry from the embodiment of good]]...
14th Apr '14 7:06:01 PM Onariona
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* Since Nemesis must live up to [[The Namesake his namesake]] if you're a good god the game calls him "the embodiment of evil," while if you're an evil god he's the embodiment of good. Problem is, this distinction doesn't change any of his in-game behavior -- no matter what, he's ruthlessly determined to wipe all other gods from existence, killing 1000s of potential followers, especially on Land Five where he tries to slaughter his own village after [[TurnCoat you convert them to your side]]. At any rate, [[ObviouslyEvil he's a far cry from "the embodiment of good."]]

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* Since Nemesis must live up to [[The Namesake [[TheNamesake his namesake]] namesake]], if you're a good god the game calls him "the embodiment of evil," while if you're an evil god he's the embodiment of good. Problem is, this distinction doesn't change any of his in-game behavior -- no matter what, he's ruthlessly determined to wipe all other gods from existence, killing 1000s of potential followers, especially on Land Five where he tries to slaughter his own village after [[TurnCoat you convert them to your side]]. At any rate, [[ObviouslyEvil he's DEFINITELY a far cry from "the the embodiment of good."]]
good]]...
14th Apr '14 7:04:46 PM Onariona
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[[folder:Nemesis and Land Five]]

* Since Nemesis must live up to [[The Namesake his namesake]] if you're a good god the game calls him "the embodiment of evil," while if you're an evil god he's the embodiment of good. Problem is, this distinction doesn't change any of his in-game behavior -- no matter what, he's ruthlessly determined to wipe all other gods from existence, killing 1000s of potential followers, especially on Land Five where he tries to slaughter his own village after [[TurnCoat you convert them to your side]]. At any rate, [[ObviouslyEvil he's a far cry from "the embodiment of good."]]

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4th Dec '13 12:39:38 PM Discar
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[[folder:Nemesis and Lethys]]




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[[folder:Nemesis and Land One]]




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<<|ItJustBugsMe|>>
** It's said that your, the PlayerCharacter's, creatures see you as good, no mater if you beat it within an inch of its life constantly or make sure it's well taken care of. As the guide seemed to be DIRECTLY disobeying nemesis he may have ditched it and gotten one that would listen. The only reason he would strike down the guide later is because, rather than just disrespecting, him he was, in Nemesis' eyes, directly working against him now. The new lion was a good little kitten and listened much better than the guide would have.

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<<|ItJustBugsMe|>>
** It's said that your, the PlayerCharacter's, creatures see you as good, no mater if you beat it within an inch of its life constantly or make sure it's well taken care of. As the guide seemed to be DIRECTLY disobeying nemesis he may have ditched it and gotten one that would listen. The only reason he would strike down the guide later is because, rather than just disrespecting, him he was, in Nemesis' eyes, directly working against him now. The new lion was a good little kitten and listened much better than the guide would have.have.

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27th Oct '13 5:12:44 PM darrenw1
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** It's one of the greatest flaws of human nature that we will follow some complete assholes just to fit in. Look at any dictatorship in history: Stalin in particular was pretty cruel to his people, what with the purges and all, yet nobody wanted to be the first guy to rise against him because that person would be killed. Now imagine the compliance of Soviet Russia (or Nazi Germany, or modern-day North Korea), except back in ancient times when information was much, MUCH easier to control, and also the ruler in question is an omniscient, immortal deity with a King Kong Death Monster at his disposal.
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