History WMG / DeusExHumanRevolution

14th Jul '16 1:04:59 AM PaulA
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* The twist, of course, being that that's only ''one'' of several endings, and the other endings could lead to [[AlternateReality alternate realities]] - and thus sequels.

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* The twist, of course, being that that's only ''one'' of several endings, and the other endings could lead to [[AlternateReality alternate realities]] {{Alternate Timeline}}s - and thus sequels.
3rd Mar '16 7:28:41 PM BOOLEAN
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Think about it like this, not only are legions of Belltower goons left dead or comatose thanks to Adam going on the warpath, they're no doubt competing with the triad of Hengsha/Shanghai thanks to Tong Jr's meddeling, combined with two of the black sites turned upside down and Interpol likely carving them a new cakehole and their less than stellar performance against the Australian rebels, the hundreds if not thousands left dead, insane or cripples by the aug sabotage signal is just the icing on the cake. Belltower are on the brink of falling apart thanks to Jensen's and others efforts.

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Think about it like this, not only are legions of Belltower goons left dead or comatose thanks to Adam going on the warpath, they're no doubt competing with the triad of Hengsha/Shanghai thanks to Tong Jr's meddeling, combined with two of the black sites turned upside down and Interpol likely carving them a new cakehole and their less than stellar performance against the Australian rebels, the hundreds if not thousands left dead, insane or cripples crippled by the aug sabotage signal is just the icing on the cake. Belltower are on the brink of falling apart thanks to Jensen's and others efforts.
3rd Mar '16 7:27:47 PM BOOLEAN
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Put the translations of the two names together and be liberal with the comma and you get "Who is, like God, made of iron." - DeusEstMachina anyone?

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Put the translations of the two names together and be liberal with the comma and you get "Who is, like God, made of iron." - DeusEstMachina anyone?anyone?

[[WMG: Belltower is on the verge of collapse by the end of Human Revolution]]
Think about it like this, not only are legions of Belltower goons left dead or comatose thanks to Adam going on the warpath, they're no doubt competing with the triad of Hengsha/Shanghai thanks to Tong Jr's meddeling, combined with two of the black sites turned upside down and Interpol likely carving them a new cakehole and their less than stellar performance against the Australian rebels, the hundreds if not thousands left dead, insane or cripples by the aug sabotage signal is just the icing on the cake. Belltower are on the brink of falling apart thanks to Jensen's and others efforts.
2nd Mar '16 6:09:04 AM Woggs123
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** I dunno, Jensen can spin his hands freely and break people's necks with their own inertia. I mean, yeah that's definitely lampshading, but to me this WMG is plausible enough. -Woggs123
20th Nov '15 9:34:45 AM Michael
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It would tie the game thematically to ''Invisible War'' in a subtle way, as well as providing a way for all the endings of HR to be canonical.

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It would tie the game thematically to ''Invisible War'' in a subtle way, as well as providing a way for all the endings of HR to be canonical.canonical.

[[WMG: Michael Zelazny is a StealthPun]]
Put the translations of the two names together and be liberal with the comma and you get "Who is, like God, made of iron." - DeusEstMachina anyone?
24th Apr '15 7:42:08 AM mlsmithca
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** The backstory of Invisible War - the Collapse and TheIlluminati's return to power - was triggered by JC deciding to merge with Helios, which caused the other two endings to happen in effect. So in a sense, the Helios ending is the only ending that the writers of the sequel felt was canon. {{YMMV}} on whether Invisible War can be considered canon at this point though, considering the lack of references to it in Human Revolution save for a gag or two involving its title, [[FanonDiscontinuity or if it ever was canon in the first place]].

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** The backstory of Invisible War - the Collapse and TheIlluminati's return to power - was triggered by JC deciding to merge with Helios, which caused the other two endings to happen in effect. So in a sense, the Helios ending is the only ending one that the writers of the sequel felt was canon. {{YMMV}} on whether considered to be the true ending of Deus Ex. Invisible War can may or may not be considered canon at this point though, considering the lack of references to it in Human Revolution save (save for a gag or two involving its title, title), [[FanonDiscontinuity or if it ever was canon in the first place]].
24th Apr '15 3:47:43 AM Trigger-of-Sorrow
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** The backstory of Invisible War - the Collapse and TheIlluminati's return to power - was triggered by JC deciding to merge with Helios, which caused the other two endings to happen in effect. So in a sense, the Helios ending is the one that the writers of the sequel considered to be the true ending of Deus Ex. Invisible War may or may not be considered canon at this point though, considering the lack of references to it in Human Revolution (save for a gag or two involving its title), [[FanonDiscontinuity or if it ever was canon in the first place]].

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** The backstory of Invisible War - the Collapse and TheIlluminati's return to power - was triggered by JC deciding to merge with Helios, which caused the other two endings to happen in effect. So in a sense, the Helios ending is the one only ending that the writers of the sequel considered to be the true ending of Deus Ex. felt was canon. {{YMMV}} on whether Invisible War may or may not can be considered canon at this point though, considering the lack of references to it in Human Revolution (save save for a gag or two involving its title), title, [[FanonDiscontinuity or if it ever was canon in the first place]].
19th Apr '15 3:56:50 PM mlsmithca
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** The backstory of Invisible War - the Collapse and TheIlluminati's return to power - was triggered by JC deciding to merge with Helios, which caused the other two endings to happen in effect. So in a sense, the Helios ending is the one that the writers of the sequel considered to be the true ending of Deus Ex. {{YMMV}} on whether or not Invisible War can be considered canon at this point though, considering the lack of references to it in Human Revolution (save for a gag or two involving its title), [[FanonDiscontinuity or if it ever was canon in the first place]].

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** The backstory of Invisible War - the Collapse and TheIlluminati's return to power - was triggered by JC deciding to merge with Helios, which caused the other two endings to happen in effect. So in a sense, the Helios ending is the one that the writers of the sequel considered to be the true ending of Deus Ex. {{YMMV}} on whether or not Invisible War can may or may not be considered canon at this point though, considering the lack of references to it in Human Revolution (save for a gag or two involving its title), [[FanonDiscontinuity or if it ever was canon in the first place]].
19th Apr '15 11:58:56 AM Trigger-of-Sorrow
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** The backstory of Invisible War - the Collapse and TheIlluminati's return to power - was triggered by JC deciding to merge with Helios at the end of the original game, which caused the other two endings to (partially) happen. So in a sense, yes, the Helios ending is the one that the writers of the sequel assumed was the canon one. {{YMMV}} on whether Invisible War can be considered canon at this point though, or if it ever was in the first place.

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** The backstory of Invisible War - the Collapse and TheIlluminati's return to power - was triggered by JC deciding to merge with Helios at the end of the original game, Helios, which caused the other two endings to (partially) happen. happen in effect. So in a sense, yes, the Helios ending is the one that the writers of the sequel assumed was considered to be the canon one. true ending of Deus Ex. {{YMMV}} on whether or not Invisible War can be considered canon at this point though, considering the lack of references to it in Human Revolution (save for a gag or two involving its title), [[FanonDiscontinuity or if it ever was canon in the first place.
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19th Apr '15 11:52:35 AM Trigger-of-Sorrow
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** The backstory of Invisible War - the Collapse and TheIlluminati's return to power - was triggered by JC deciding to merge with Helios at the end of the original game, which caused the other two endings to (partially) happen. So in a sense, yes, the Helios ending is the one that the writers of the sequel assumed was the canon one. {{YMMV}} on whether Invisible War can be considered canon at this point though, or if it ever was in the first place.
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