History Videogame / TheSecretWorld

12th May '16 9:31:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* KnightTemplar: The Templar will 'burn down a village to kill one demon'. They also created the TheKnightsTemplar as an amusing diversion.

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* KnightTemplar: The Templar will 'burn down a village to kill one demon'. They also created the TheKnightsTemplar UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar as an amusing diversion.



** Right after meeting you, Richard Sonnac of the Templars does his best to assure you that they aren't TheKnightsTemplar, and you haven't wandered into "some atrocious Creator/DanBrown airport paperback."

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** Right after meeting you, Richard Sonnac of the Templars does his best to assure you that they aren't TheKnightsTemplar, UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar, and you haven't wandered into "some atrocious Creator/DanBrown airport paperback."
11th May '16 3:18:57 AM Morgenthaler
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** TheKnightsTemplar, now known as just the Templars, is a military powerhouse that secretly rules all of Europe. They are very proud of their thousand-year-long history to the point that they barely bother to remain secret, and can tackle almost any problem just by throwing resources at it. Historically, the Knights Templar was a military order and early Christian banking organization during the Crusades. They were formally disbanded by the Pope almost two hundred years after their formation after a long decline in power as Christian influence in the Middle East waned.

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** TheKnightsTemplar, UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar, now known as just the Templars, is a military powerhouse that secretly rules all of Europe. They are very proud of their thousand-year-long history to the point that they barely bother to remain secret, and can tackle almost any problem just by throwing resources at it. Historically, the Knights Templar was a military order and early Christian banking organization during the Crusades. They were formally disbanded by the Pope almost two hundred years after their formation after a long decline in power as Christian influence in the Middle East waned.
23rd Apr '16 1:57:10 AM ladubois
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*** Of particular note is a quest that requires activating a series of ritual circles by clicking on about a dozen runes in a specific order. Aside from one circle that is (thankfully) on a wall, pretty much any angle that allows you to see the whole circle at once will also cause some of the hitboxes for runes on the far side to overlap, making accurately clicking on the right rune much trickier than is truly reasonable.
22nd Apr '16 11:47:13 PM ladubois
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** Perhaps played with, since Solomon Island apparently went to hell around Halloween (jack-o'-lanterns and other decorations litter the houses and other buildings). The shadows under her eyes are a bit dark to be biological, and the blood around her mouth is a staple of Halloween costumes. Given that no one else on the island (still living) is covered in anywhere near as much blood as she is, it's possible that she had just prepared an amusingly prophetic costume for the holiday.
20th Apr '16 6:47:06 PM Duckling
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** Issue #11 brings the Tokyo arc to an end with [[spoiler: a massive assault on Orochi Tower and a second confrontation with Lilith, during which her true nature and plans are revealed - she's a First Age human turned HumanoidAbomination through a marriage to a FallenAngel, intent on HijackingCthulhu with the Gaia Engines and the Morninglight. Then, just as it looks like Lilith might be ready to make an alliance with you and maybe force the Filth out of Kaidan, the Nephilim swoop in and carry her away. Good news, you end up with new powers as a result of your choices in the original story mode. Bad news, the Black Signal is free from Tokyo, the only person who might have a plan to stop the Filth is gone, and Samuel Chandra AKA The Angel Samael is pissed at you for getting his wife kidnapped - and has you framed as one of the Tokyo Bombers for it.]] The wham is doubled for Dragon players: [[spoiler: the Child has matured into a teenager; Bong Cha is dismissed as Voice of the Dragon and memory-wiped; finally, the new Voice of the Dragon is Daimon Kyota, signifying a ''massive'' change in approach for the Dragon. Finally, this major victory for the Dragon has sent the leadership of both the Templars and the Illuminati into an uproar as everyone involved is trying to blame each other for allowing this to happen. The Templar Old Guard unless Pit and Pendulum to [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown punish]] Sanacc for not anticipating the Dragon's movements while also warning the player that their rapid rise in the ranks has the entire Old Guard on edge. Meanwhile, the Talking Heads are ''very'' disappointed in Geary and the Illuminati player, and given that their failure in Egypt is still being held against them, its clear that they're now on ''dangerously'' thin ice.]]

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** Issue #11 brings the Tokyo arc to an end with [[spoiler: a massive assault on Orochi Tower and a second confrontation with Lilith, during which her true nature and plans are revealed - she's a First Age human turned HumanoidAbomination through a marriage to a FallenAngel, intent on HijackingCthulhu with the Gaia Engines and the Morninglight. Then, just as it looks like Lilith might be ready to make an alliance with you and maybe force the Filth out of Kaidan, the Nephilim swoop in and carry her away. Good news, you end up with new powers as a result of your choices in the original story mode. Bad news, the Black Signal is free from Tokyo, the only person who might have a plan to stop the Filth is gone, and Samuel Chandra AKA The Angel Samael is pissed at you for getting his wife kidnapped - and has you framed as one of the Tokyo Bombers for it.]] The wham is doubled for Dragon players: [[spoiler: the Child has matured into a teenager; Bong Cha is dismissed as Voice of the Dragon and memory-wiped; finally, the new Voice of the Dragon is Daimon Kyota, signifying a ''massive'' change in approach for the Dragon. Finally, this major victory for the Dragon has sent the leadership of both the Templars and the Illuminati into an uproar as everyone involved is trying to blame each other for allowing this to happen. The Templar Old Guard unless Pit and Pendulum to [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown punish]] Sanacc Sonnac for not anticipating the Dragon's movements while also warning the player that their rapid rise in the ranks has the entire Old Guard on edge. Meanwhile, the Talking Heads are ''very'' disappointed in Geary and the Illuminati player, and given that their failure in Egypt is still being held against them, its clear that they're now on ''dangerously'' thin ice.]]
20th Apr '16 10:14:13 AM SomeNewGuy
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** Issue #11 brings the Tokyo arc to an end with [[spoiler: a massive assault on Orochi Tower and a second confrontation with Lilith, during which her true nature and plans are revealed - she's a First Age human turned HumanoidAbomination through a marriage to a FallenAngel, intent on HijackingCthulhu with the Gaia Engines and the Morninglight. Then, just as it looks like Lilith might be ready to make an alliance with you and maybe force the Filth out of Kaidan, the Nephilim swoop in and carry her away. Good news, you end up with new powers as a result of your choices in the original story mode. Bad news, the Black Signal is free from Tokyo, the only person who might have a plan to stop the Filth is gone, and Samuel Chandra AKA The Angel Samael is pissed at you for getting his wife kidnapped - and has you framed as one of the Tokyo Bombers for it.]] The wham is doubled for Dragon players: [[spoiler: the Child has matured into a teenager; Bong Cha is dismissed as Voice of the Dragon and memory-wiped; finally, the new Voice of the Dragon is Daimon Kyota, signifying a ''massive'' change in approach for the Dragon.]]

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** Issue #11 brings the Tokyo arc to an end with [[spoiler: a massive assault on Orochi Tower and a second confrontation with Lilith, during which her true nature and plans are revealed - she's a First Age human turned HumanoidAbomination through a marriage to a FallenAngel, intent on HijackingCthulhu with the Gaia Engines and the Morninglight. Then, just as it looks like Lilith might be ready to make an alliance with you and maybe force the Filth out of Kaidan, the Nephilim swoop in and carry her away. Good news, you end up with new powers as a result of your choices in the original story mode. Bad news, the Black Signal is free from Tokyo, the only person who might have a plan to stop the Filth is gone, and Samuel Chandra AKA The Angel Samael is pissed at you for getting his wife kidnapped - and has you framed as one of the Tokyo Bombers for it.]] The wham is doubled for Dragon players: [[spoiler: the Child has matured into a teenager; Bong Cha is dismissed as Voice of the Dragon and memory-wiped; finally, the new Voice of the Dragon is Daimon Kyota, signifying a ''massive'' change in approach for the Dragon. Finally, this major victory for the Dragon has sent the leadership of both the Templars and the Illuminati into an uproar as everyone involved is trying to blame each other for allowing this to happen. The Templar Old Guard unless Pit and Pendulum to [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown punish]] Sanacc for not anticipating the Dragon's movements while also warning the player that their rapid rise in the ranks has the entire Old Guard on edge. Meanwhile, the Talking Heads are ''very'' disappointed in Geary and the Illuminati player, and given that their failure in Egypt is still being held against them, its clear that they're now on ''dangerously'' thin ice.]]
4th Apr '16 1:52:31 PM SonofAkatosh
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* ShroudedInMyth: The various immortals and sorcerers that populate the Secret World tend to accumulate this kind of reputation:
** Lilith, who is TheDreaded to the point her name triggers an evolutionary panic attack within humans.
** In Issue 14, Sonnac mentions that King Solomon is given credit for far more things than one man could accomplish.
1st Apr '16 4:52:12 AM Duckling
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* OurGeniesAreDifferent: Fire Jinns; quite apart from not living in lamps or granting wishes, they're a ProudWarriorRace of elemental spirits who utterly despise humanity- to the point that it got them banished from the world. They're not entirely malevolent as, up until fairly recently, love for their former home kept them from trying to take revenge, but as of the beginning of the game, this truce is over.

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* OurGeniesAreDifferent: Fire Jinns; Jinns (Ifrit); quite apart from not living in lamps or granting wishes, they're a ProudWarriorRace of elemental spirits who utterly despise humanity- to the point that it got them banished from the world. They're not entirely malevolent as, up until fairly recently, love for their former home kept them from trying to take revenge, but as of the beginning of the game, this truce is over.over.
** Issue #14 shows that there are other types of djinn in the world, such as the Marid and take after the other classical elements.
23rd Mar '16 5:45:33 AM SonofAkatosh
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* GoKartingWithBowser: According to the Twitterverse, the three handlers often get together for a poker game between crises.
21st Feb '16 6:50:51 AM LuckyStampede
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** Toyed with so, so much. One mission intro has another Bee receiving orders, standing there in awkward silence just like the PC. For Illuminati players, at the end of the first major zone KG will sarcastically say "high five" and your character will raise their hand, but she just stares and says, "Seriously?"
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