History VideoGame / TheJourneymanProject

2nd Jan '18 3:12:52 PM Sark0TAG
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* CloningBlues: Completely averted with Arthur, who doesn't display the slightest hint of existential angst over having multiple copies of himself in existence, or that the original version is left to perish.

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* CloningBlues: Completely averted with Arthur, who doesn't display the slightest hint of existential angst over having multiple copies of himself in existence, or that the original version is left to perish. He does comment on feeling "like a saved game" about it, though.
31st Dec '17 10:44:30 AM timotaka
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** Let's start with having a CD full of historical data in the Jurassic Era in case of a History Rewrite and go from there. The data is stored in a location which will be thoroughly destroyed in a massive volcanic eruption, so there will be no physical remains that could disrupt history. Also the TSA has entire protocols, reroutes, and security measures in case of a History Rewrite and if the people in the rewrite don't want to fix the past.

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** Let's start with having a CD full of historical data in the Jurassic Era in case of a History Rewrite and go from there. The data is stored in a location which will be thoroughly destroyed in a massive volcanic eruption, so there will be no physical remains that could disrupt later history. Also the TSA has entire protocols, reroutes, and security measures in case of a History Rewrite and if the people in the rewrite don't want to fix the past.
31st Dec '17 10:43:35 AM timotaka
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** Let's start with having a CD full of historical data in the Jurassic Era in case of a History Rewrite and go from there. Also the TSA has entire protocols, reroutes, and security measures in case of a History Rewrite and if the people in the rewrite don't want to fix the past.

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** Let's start with having a CD full of historical data in the Jurassic Era in case of a History Rewrite and go from there. The data is stored in a location which will be thoroughly destroyed in a massive volcanic eruption, so there will be no physical remains that could disrupt history. Also the TSA has entire protocols, reroutes, and security measures in case of a History Rewrite and if the people in the rewrite don't want to fix the past.
31st Dec '17 10:41:26 AM timotaka
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* CloningBlues: Completely averted with Arthur, who doesn't display the slightest hint of existential angst over having multiple copies of himself in existence, or that the original version is left to perish.
31st Dec '17 10:31:32 AM timotaka
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* AntiVillain: Elliot Sinclair tries to sabotage Earth's interaction with alien species not out of xenophobia, but [[spoiler: because these same aliens were responsible for the destruction of his homeland millennia ago.]]
** He's still ultimately in the wrong, and even comes to acknowledge this at the end of his life, but his motives were reasonable.

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* AntiVillain: AntiVillain:
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Elliot Sinclair tries to sabotage Earth's interaction with alien species not out of xenophobia, but [[spoiler: because these same aliens were responsible for the destruction of his homeland millennia ago.]]
** *** He's still ultimately in the wrong, and even comes to acknowledge this at the end of his life, but his motives were reasonable.


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** In ''Pegasus Prime'' after you return from your first jump back in time, the TSA in the new timeline is different, and your boss naturally demands to know why you were using the time machine unauthorized. After he views the information you have, he is convinced that your mission is valid, but he still tries to detain you because he is horrified at the idea of everything he knows (including himself) being erased and replaced by something different. Can you really blame him?
31st Dec '17 8:49:12 AM Sark0TAG
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* ThrownOutTheAirlock: In ''Buried in Time'', you have to do this in Amarax Station in order to reach Arthur's CPU core, which had recently been detached from the station in the accident. ''Pegasus Prime'' does this as a death in the Mars Colony, if you go through an airlock that doesn't have a shuttle docked to it.
10th Dec '17 11:57:04 AM Sark0TAG
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** Enforced by Arthur if you attempt to meet up with him again in Farnstein's Lab after having already acquired him. He does not want to meet himself to the point of forcibly jumping you out of there. Along the way, Arthur also [[MyOtherMeHatesMe dislikes how his own voice sounds]].

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** Enforced by Arthur if you attempt to meet up with him again in Farnstein's Lab after having already acquired him. He does not want to meet himself to the point of forcibly jumping you out of there. Along the way, Arthur also [[MyOtherMeHatesMe [[OtherMeAnnoysMe dislikes how his own voice sounds]].
10th Dec '17 11:56:21 AM Sark0TAG
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** Enforced by Arthur if you attempt to meet up with him again in Farnstein's Lab after having already acquired him. He does not want to meet himself to the point of forcibly jumping you out of there.

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** Enforced by Arthur if you attempt to meet up with him again in Farnstein's Lab after having already acquired him. He does not want to meet himself to the point of forcibly jumping you out of there. Along the way, Arthur also [[MyOtherMeHatesMe dislikes how his own voice sounds]].
28th Nov '17 11:12:55 AM Sark0TAG
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* FreezeFrameBonus: Elliot Sinclair's office computer in ''Pegasus Prime'' was made by ''Farnstien Industries''. The same Farnstein who designed Arthur.

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* FreezeFrameBonus: FreezeFrameBonus:
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Elliot Sinclair's office computer in ''Pegasus Prime'' was made by ''Farnstien ''Farnstein Industries''. The same Farnstein who designed Arthur.Arthur.
** In the remake of ''Pegasus Prime'', the launch override computer in NORAD VI flashes two different real-life Blue Screens and Sinclair's logo while starting up.



** In the 2014 version of ''Pegasus Prime'', Poseidon breaks into NORAD VI's launch systems by typing in eight zeroes.

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** In the 2014 version of ''Pegasus Prime'', Poseidon breaks into Gage gains access to NORAD VI's launch systems override terminal by typing in eight zeroes.
19th Nov '17 7:52:44 PM Sark0TAG
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* MatterReplicator:
** The VAL 9000 at Future!Gage's pad, which takes up half of his kitchen. Comes equipped with an "Auto Chef", and a built-in coffee maker and microwave on the sides. In-game, however, all you use it for is to buy items from the Shopnet service, and it replicates those items for you after they're purchased.
** A smaller replicator also exists in ''Pegasus Prime'' where Gage can get a drink, but only one type, based on his diet.
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