History NightmareFuel / WarFrame

20th Jul '16 8:05:15 PM hollowcity
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** Given their flavor text and some of the rather unnerving statements New Loka's leader says even when she likes you might point to a [[ANaziByAnyOtherName much darker intention]]. Some players even wonder if New Loka [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness might target]] the 'impure' Zariman children once the war is over if they ever found out what the Tenno really are.
11th Jul '16 4:15:40 PM Corvid-Rook
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* In Specters of the Rail, we finally learn of Ordis' origins. [[spoiler:He was originally a soldier/mercenary known as Ordan Karris, who fought for the Orokin for so long and so viciously that he was known as [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Beast of Bones]]. When he was brought before them to honour his service, he used the opportunity to [[KillTheGod kill as many of them as he could]]. Unfortunately, they had planned for this, and his assassination attempt failed. As punishment for his treason, they subjected him to a process that converted his mind into a Cephalon. All parts of his mind that weren't needed were locked away, and any thought of rebellion was suppressed by what is implied to be a neural sentry. After the fall of the Orokin, the sentry broke down, leaving Ordis free to remember. He ended up locked in a loop of trying to recall his past, then wiping his memory in horror when he did.]]

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* In Specters of the Rail, we finally learn of Ordis' origins. [[spoiler:He was originally a soldier/mercenary known as named Ordan Karris, who fought for the Orokin for so long and so viciously that he was became known as [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Beast of Bones]]. When he was brought before them to honour his service, he used the opportunity to [[KillTheGod kill as many of them as he could]]. Unfortunately, they had planned for this, and his assassination attempt failed. As punishment for his treason, they subjected him to a process that converted his mind into a Cephalon. All parts of his mind that weren't needed were locked away, and any thought of rebellion was suppressed by what is implied to be a neural sentry. After the fall of the Orokin, the sentry broke down, leaving Ordis free to remember. He ended up locked in a loop of trying to recall his past, then wiping his memory in horror when he did.]]
11th Jul '16 4:14:27 PM Corvid-Rook
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** Of note is [[spoiler:the weapon he uses to carry out his plan. Known as "Bone plugs", they are hooked fragments of bone that are embedded in the wielder's neck, wrapped around the superior vein. When used, the wielder only has a few seconds before they [[TakingYouWithMe succumb to blood loss]].]]

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** Of note is [[spoiler:the weapon he uses to carry out his plan. Known as "Bone plugs", they are hooked fragments of bone that are embedded in the wielder's neck, wrapped around the superior vein. When used, the wielder pulls them out to use as daggers, so they only has have a few seconds before they [[TakingYouWithMe succumb to blood loss]].]]
11th Jul '16 2:34:57 AM Corvid-Rook
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* Despite the Tenno who would win any fight despite outnumbered 100 to 1, gain their insane powers from the Void that is described to be the place where logic fails, there are things like Stalker, the Grustrag Three or the Lephantis. ''There are even more bigger fishes than these super-soldiers.''

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* Despite the Tenno who would win any fight despite outnumbered 100 to 1, gain their insane powers from the Void that is described to be the place where logic fails, there are things like Stalker, the Grustrag Three or the Lephantis. ''There are even more bigger fishes than these super-soldiers.''



** Of note is [[spoiler:the weapon he uses to carry out his plan. Known as "Bone plugs", they are hooked fragments of bone that are [[Squick embedded in the wielder's neck]], wrapped around the superior vein. When used, the wielder only has a few seconds before they[[TakingYouWithMe succumb to blood loss]].]]

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** Of note is [[spoiler:the weapon he uses to carry out his plan. Known as "Bone plugs", they are hooked fragments of bone that are [[Squick are embedded in the wielder's neck]], neck, wrapped around the superior vein. When used, the wielder only has a few seconds before they[[TakingYouWithMe they [[TakingYouWithMe succumb to blood loss]].]]
11th Jul '16 2:30:10 AM Corvid-Rook
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* Lately (as of March 2016), players will find [[spoiler:[[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace Infested tumor]]]] inside their orbiter.

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* Lately (as of March 2016), players will find [[spoiler:[[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace Infested tumor]]]] tumors]]]] inside their orbiter.orbiter.
* In Specters of the Rail, we finally learn of Ordis' origins. [[spoiler:He was originally a soldier/mercenary known as Ordan Karris, who fought for the Orokin for so long and so viciously that he was known as [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Beast of Bones]]. When he was brought before them to honour his service, he used the opportunity to [[KillTheGod kill as many of them as he could]]. Unfortunately, they had planned for this, and his assassination attempt failed. As punishment for his treason, they subjected him to a process that converted his mind into a Cephalon. All parts of his mind that weren't needed were locked away, and any thought of rebellion was suppressed by what is implied to be a neural sentry. After the fall of the Orokin, the sentry broke down, leaving Ordis free to remember. He ended up locked in a loop of trying to recall his past, then wiping his memory in horror when he did.]]
** Of note is [[spoiler:the weapon he uses to carry out his plan. Known as "Bone plugs", they are hooked fragments of bone that are [[Squick embedded in the wielder's neck]], wrapped around the superior vein. When used, the wielder only has a few seconds before they[[TakingYouWithMe succumb to blood loss]].]]
13th Jun '16 2:02:48 AM saberwyn
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*** Even worse, its on your Orbiter.
13th May '16 11:36:16 AM Ecrivan
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** Occasionally on Eris you will find a lone Corpus Crewman stuck in the Infested MeatMoss, struggling feebly to try to get out. You can either kill them yourself or leave them to there fate to be either turned or torn apart by the Infested...
29th Apr '16 12:42:24 PM Reshy
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*** It gets worse when you're familiar with the lore and realize that Warframes are likely based on the same technology as Infested, supported by the assertions of the Jordas Cephalon in an Infested mission "Tenno, it senses you are of like flesh, it is confused. Why do you defile us?" and "I see it now, you are the same. They fear themselves."

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*** It gets worse when you're familiar with the lore and realize that Warframes are likely based on the same technology as Infested, supported by the assertions of the Jordas Cephalon in an Infested mission "Tenno, ''"Tenno, it senses you are of like flesh, it is confused. Why do you defile us?" us?"'' and "I ''"I see it now, you are the same. They fear themselves.""''
**** Further supported by the Excalibur Proto-Armor which has the description ''"Discovering the precise nature of this recently uncovered armored prototype has proved elusive. Initial attempts at dating point to ancient origins, perhaps even predating Orokin Empire."'' and is a direct reference to DE's previous game Dark Sector, which had a very familiar threat called the "Technocyte Virus" that would take over hosts and warp their bodies, almost exactly as Infested do. In the Dark Sector universe it is nicknamed "The Great Plague" and an infested weapon in Warframe, called the Mire also references a "Great Plague" hinting that these are one and the same, and Warframe technology was based off of the technocyte virus.
29th Apr '16 12:31:44 PM Reshy
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*** It gets worse when you're familiar with the lore and realize that Warframes are likely based on the same technology as Infested, supported by the assertions of the Jordas Cephalon in an Infested mission "Tenno, it senses you are of like flesh, it is confused. Why do you defile us?" and "I see it now, you are the same. They fear themselves."
8th Apr '16 9:49:08 AM TypeProton
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** The premise. You spend quality time with your nice and cozy warframe [[spoiler:then you got decked back out into your unfamiliar body, dazed and confused,]] while a dozen Sentient are out for your blood...
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