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15th Apr '17 9:32:15 AM Omnicron13
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* Seeing Roarke's men get absolutely destroyed and killed by the protagonists in the final fight becomes unsettling when you realize besides the main characters they were the last survivors from the crew besides the ones killed by the Leviathan and that the protagonists basically committed mass murder by blasting the remainder of the crew to bits with lasers without a hint of remorse. All this happened after the protagonists already had a funeral service for the ones that already died and protested to killing people they were affiliated with.

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* Seeing Roarke's Rourke's men get absolutely destroyed and killed by the protagonists in the final fight becomes unsettling when you realize besides the main characters they were the last survivors from the crew besides the ones killed by the Leviathan and that the protagonists basically committed mass murder by blasting the remainder of the crew to bits with lasers without a hint of remorse. All this happened after the protagonists already had a funeral service for the ones that already died and protested to killing people they were affiliated with.
15th Apr '17 9:25:50 AM Omnicron13
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* Seeing Roarke's men get absolutely destroyed and killed by the protagonists in the final fight becomes unsettling when you realize besides the main characters they were the last survivors from the crew besides the ones killed by the Leviathan and that the heroes basically committed mass murder by blasting the remainder of the crew to bits with lasers. All this happened after the protagonists already had a funeral service for the ones that already died.

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* Seeing Roarke's men get absolutely destroyed and killed by the protagonists in the final fight becomes unsettling when you realize besides the main characters they were the last survivors from the crew besides the ones killed by the Leviathan and that the heroes protagonists basically committed mass murder by blasting the remainder of the crew to bits with lasers. lasers without a hint of remorse. All this happened after the protagonists already had a funeral service for the ones that already died. died and protested to killing people they were affiliated with.
15th Apr '17 9:23:28 AM Omnicron13
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* Seeing Roarke's men get absolutely destroyed and killed by the protagonists in the final fight becomes unsettling when you realize besides the main characters they were the last survivors from the crew besides the ones killed by the Leviathan and that the heroes basically committed mass murder by blasting the remainder of the crew to bits with lasers. All this happened after the protagonists already had a funeral service for the ones that already died.
6th Apr '17 8:55:50 AM fruitstripegum
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23rd Mar '17 4:57:10 PM Malloon
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* The [[KrakenAndLeviathan Leviathan]]. It's a crustacean-shaped {{Magitek}} MechanicalMonster with [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing]] [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] and a deadly particle beam WaveMotionGun. Given that the sphere in the front of the ''Ulysses'' has at least seven visible decks, each with a decent amount of headroom, the entire ship winds up being around a thousand feet long. The Leviathan's larger claws are large enough to wrap fully around the ''Ulysses'', and from turnarounds, appear to be somewhere near a twelfth of the Leviathan's total length. That gives the Leviathan a length that would be better measured in ''miles'' (being somewhere in the range of 12-14 thousand feet long, or 2-2.5 miles).

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* The [[KrakenAndLeviathan Leviathan]]. It's a crustacean-shaped {{Magitek}} MechanicalMonster with [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing]] [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] and a deadly particle beam WaveMotionGun. Given that the sphere in the front of the ''Ulysses'' has at least seven visible decks, each with a decent amount of headroom, the entire ship winds up being around a thousand feet long. The Leviathan's larger ''smaller'' claws are large enough to wrap fully around the ''Ulysses'', and from turnarounds, appear to be somewhere near a twelfth of the Leviathan's total length. That gives the Leviathan a length that would be better measured in ''miles'' (being somewhere in the range of 12-14 thousand feet long, or 2-2.5 miles).
22nd Mar '17 3:30:11 PM DoctorFluffy
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** One has to wonder...''what the devil was it built to defend Atlantis against?!'' The other cultures of Earth were at the dugout canoe stage, at best! (The sequel provides at least one candidate in the form of the Kraken...)

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** One Watching it kill the ''Ulysses''. Good God, so many people die, ''on-screen!''
** Considering how it shredded the Ulysses, one
has to wonder...''what the devil was it built to defend Atlantis against?!'' The other cultures of Earth were at the dugout canoe stage, at best! (The sequel provides at least one candidate in the form of the Kraken...)
22nd Jan '17 1:10:41 PM ngh93
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-->'''Helga''': C'mon, let's get this over with! I don't like this place.


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5th Nov '16 9:39:06 AM Willbyr
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29th Oct '16 12:43:27 PM CJCroen1393
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** [[spoiler:Rourke's]] transformation in general.

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** [[spoiler:Rourke's]] transformation in general. In particular what happens when it starts--he gains an absolutely ''terrified'' expression when he sees the crystal spreading across his arm, and starts rubbing said arm, as if desperately trying to stop the crystal from spreading to no avail.
11th Jun '16 11:32:24 PM hollowcity
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** We aren't spared any details either. We see a couple hugging each other as they watch the waves crash through the city, and the terrified final moments of the people who were right on the edge of the barrier banging futilely on it as the wave overcomes them all.
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