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24th Feb '17 6:48:48 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* Parkour has French origins so that means Faith is a [[McNinja Asian-French ninja]]. Jika-Tabi are ''perfect'' for Traceurs and Freerunners. No, wait..... Parkour is of French origins, but it wasn't until Georges Herbert went to ''Africa'' and saw how limber the natives were. So Parkour was inspired by the indigenous Tribes of Africa while Herbert simply gave it a name. So Faith is a [[ZombieCyborbPirateRobot Asian-French-African Ninja]].

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* Parkour has French origins so that means Faith is a [[McNinja Asian-French ninja]]. Jika-Tabi are ''perfect'' for Traceurs and Freerunners. No, wait..... Parkour is of French origins, but it wasn't until Georges Herbert went to ''Africa'' and saw how limber the natives were. So Parkour was inspired by the indigenous Tribes of Africa while Herbert simply gave it a name. So Faith is a [[ZombieCyborbPirateRobot [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Asian-French-African Ninja]].



Assuming the non-lethal ammo thing is true, you shouldn' be able to kill anyone with bullets, much less armoured targets with rubber handgun rounds. "Dead" enemies are either knocked out or seriously injured.A PunchClockVillain police officer who just took two rubber bullets to the face wouldn't be in any hurry to get up. Maybe some enemies just take the hint and lie still until you've left......Unless you drop them off a building.

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Assuming the non-lethal ammo thing is true, you shouldn' shouldn't be able to kill anyone with bullets, much less armoured targets with rubber handgun rounds. "Dead" enemies are either knocked out or seriously injured.A PunchClockVillain police officer who just took two rubber bullets to the face wouldn't be in any hurry to get up. Maybe some enemies just take the hint and lie still until you've left......Unless you drop them off a building.
30th Jan '17 4:54:10 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* Parkour has French origins so that means Faith is a [[McNinja French ninja]]. Jika-Tabi are ''perfect'' for Traceurs and Freerunners. No, wait..... Parkour is of French origins, but it wasn't until Georges Herbert went to ''Africa'' and saw how limber the natives were. So Parkour was inspired by the indigenous Tribes of Africa while Herbert simply gave it a name. So Faith is a [[ZombieCyborbPirateRobot French-African Ninja]].

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* Parkour has French origins so that means Faith is a [[McNinja French Asian-French ninja]]. Jika-Tabi are ''perfect'' for Traceurs and Freerunners. No, wait..... Parkour is of French origins, but it wasn't until Georges Herbert went to ''Africa'' and saw how limber the natives were. So Parkour was inspired by the indigenous Tribes of Africa while Herbert simply gave it a name. So Faith is a [[ZombieCyborbPirateRobot French-African Asian-French-African Ninja]].



* The reason Faith canonically doesn't like killing is that her local cell place special emphasis on the ''always act with discretion'' part of the Creed. That's why cops didn't bother them before the game; "just look the other way and the Runner-Assassins will be gone without trouble" sort of thing. Her mentor (''the mentor'' for The City of Glass) Mer could be the reason. Not all Assassins are exactly kill-happy, either, despite of their title. Since Faith is in courier duty, killing people would be mostly detrimental to her work outside situations where she has no other choice.


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* The reason Faith canonically doesn't like killing is that her local cell place special emphasis on the ''always act with discretion'' part of the Creed. That's why cops didn't bother them before the game; "just look the other way and the Runner-Assassins will be gone without trouble" sort of thing. Her mentor (''the mentor'' for The City of Glass) Mer Merc could be the reason. Not all Assassins are exactly kill-happy, either, despite of their title. Since Faith is in courier duty, killing people would be mostly detrimental to her work outside situations where she has no other choice.

26th Jan '17 1:46:39 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* I like the theory, but it would have to be much earlier in the Games' storyline. Possibly right after the initial rebellion. The technology in Mirror's Edge isn't even close to Literature/TheHungerGames.
[[WMG:Both Faith's [[HealingFactor ability to shake off damage]] and her brief [[BulletTime Bullet Time-level]] reactions are the result of futuristic, experimental drugs/medicines]]
The healing drug promotes super-rapid cell division in damaged tissues, allowing for amazingly quick recovery from punches, bullets, etc. It can't, however, cope with broken bones or other extreme damage. The reaction drug briefly allows the user to experience BulletTime, the better for superb reflexes. However, the doses have to be administered some time apart in order to avoid a (potentially lethal) overdose. The users of the reaction drug probably make use of some sort of small mechanism that releases the doses directly into their bloodstream when required. Both drugs, naturally, are highly controlled substances, restricted to government usage.

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* I like the theory, but it would have to be much earlier in the Games' storyline. Possibly right after the initial rebellion. The technology in Mirror's Edge isn't even close to Literature/TheHungerGames.
Literature/TheHungerGames so it should be earlier like right after the initial rebellion.
[[WMG:Both Faith's [[HealingFactor [[MadeOfIron ability to shake off damage]] and her brief [[BulletTime Bullet Time-level]] reactions are the result of futuristic, experimental drugs/medicines]]
* The healing drug promotes super-rapid cell division in damaged tissues, allowing for amazingly quick recovery from punches, bullets, etc. It can't, however, cope with broken bones or other extreme damage. The reaction drug briefly allows the user to experience BulletTime, the better for superb reflexes. However, the doses have to be administered some time apart in order to avoid a (potentially lethal) overdose. The users of the reaction drug probably make use of some sort of small mechanism that releases the doses directly into their bloodstream when required. Both drugs, naturally, are highly controlled substances, restricted to government usage.






Think about it. You're playing as a lithe, athletic asian girl. Your job is to run rooftop to rooftop using gravity-defying acrobatics that would astound most people. You do this in order to courier top secret information, destabilizing the current government. You are also an elite martial artist capable of beating the crap out of the city guards- I mean, police and SWAT, but you favor speed, evasion and hit-and-run over direct confrontation. The only ''real'' thing that's a danger to you are the Pursuit Cops who have been trained in ninju- I mean "Running", or other ninj- I mean Runners. And to top it all off? You wear tabi boots.
* I thought this was ridiculously obviously canon.
** Nah. The game's presented as a parkour/dystopian-future type thing in all the advertising (and the general tone of the story). It's obvious when you stop and think about it, sure, but you have to actually stop and think about it. Now, if they can just make a sequel, direct or spiritual, that integrates shuriken, stealth and smoke bombs...
** I say they should lock the developers of Mirrors Edge, VideoGame/NinjaGaiden, Franchise/AssassinsCreed and ''VideoGame/SplinterCell'', VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum, ''Franchise/MassEffect'', ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'', ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'', ''VideoGame/HalfLife'', and ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' [[TenMinutesInTheCloset in a room]] and not let them out until they've completed ''the best game ever conceived''.
*** So we have a game where the easiest way to dispose of your "mark" is to use your Portal Storage Device to send the poor bugger falling from a rooftop and then go and romance option your way with your precious shoes?
*** Well, your mark is a Tank, so good luck with that.
* "Ninja" have absolutely nothing to do with this... Parkour has French origins, and the right Jika-Tabi are ''perfect'' for Traceurs and Freerunners. This feels like an invocation of [[TokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse Japan Is The Center Of The Universe]]...
** Actually, there is more to that. Yes, Parkour is of French origins, but it wasn't until Georges Herbert went to Africa and saw how limber the natives were. So Parkour was inspired by the indigenous Tribes of Africa while Herbert simply gave it a name.

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Think about it. You're playing as a lithe, athletic asian girl. Your job is to run rooftop to rooftop using gravity-defying acrobatics that would astound most people. You do this in order to courier top secret information, destabilizing the current government. You are also an elite martial artist capable of beating the crap out of the city guards- I mean, er, police and SWAT, but you favor speed, evasion and hit-and-run over direct confrontation. The only ''real'' thing that's a danger to you are the Pursuit Cops who have been trained in ninju- I mean ninj er "Running", or other ninj- I mean Runners. And to To top it all off? You wear tabi boots.
* I thought this was ridiculously obviously canon.
** Nah. The game's presented as a parkour/dystopian-future type thing in all the advertising (and the general tone of the story). It's obvious when you stop and think about it, sure, but you have to actually stop and think about it. Now, if they can just make a sequel, direct or spiritual, that integrates shuriken, stealth and smoke bombs...
** I say they should lock the developers of Mirrors Edge, VideoGame/NinjaGaiden, Franchise/AssassinsCreed and ''VideoGame/SplinterCell'', VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum, ''Franchise/MassEffect'', ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'', ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'', ''VideoGame/HalfLife'', and ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' [[TenMinutesInTheCloset in a room]] and not let them out until they've completed ''the best game ever conceived''.
*** So we have a game where the easiest way to dispose of your "mark" is to use your Portal Storage Device to send the poor bugger falling from a rooftop and then go and romance option your way with your precious shoes?
*** Well, your mark is a Tank, so good luck with that.
boots.
* "Ninja" have absolutely nothing to do with this... Parkour has French origins, and the right origins so that means Faith is a [[McNinja French ninja]]. Jika-Tabi are ''perfect'' for Traceurs and Freerunners. This feels like an invocation of [[TokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse Japan Is The Center Of The Universe]]...
** Actually, there is more to that. Yes,
No, wait..... Parkour is of French origins, but it wasn't until Georges Herbert went to Africa ''Africa'' and saw how limber the natives were. So Parkour was inspired by the indigenous Tribes of Africa while Herbert simply gave it a name.
name. So Faith is a [[ZombieCyborbPirateRobot French-African Ninja]].



HesJustHiding after faking his death. If this troper recalls correctly, Faith never saw his wounds, only blood, so it might have all been just a ruse.
* Yes, please. I need to believe this.

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HesJustHiding after faking his death. If this troper recalls correctly, Faith never saw his wounds, only blood, so it might have all been just a ruse.
* Yes, please. I need
ruse. He needs to believe this.
go underground since his hideout's location was leaked.



Faith will train Kate as a runner, since it's probably InTheBlood. And Miller is gonna be Kate's operator -- they foreshadowed it rather obviously in the last mission.
* Quite frankly, I believe the game will keep playing with Faith wiht Kate as the new operator.
** Suddenly, Faith discovers that the voices in her head....
** Kate was apparently able to elude the police with Merc's help. I always assumed she had the same raw skills as Faith, but her police training didn't cover parkour techniques and her general distaste for the runners lifestyle kept her from learning on the streets like Faith.

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Faith will train Kate as a runner, since it's probably InTheBlood. And Miller is gonna be Kate's operator -- they foreshadowed it rather obviously in the last mission.
* Quite frankly, I believe the game will keep playing with Faith wiht Kate as the new operator.
** Suddenly, Faith discovers that the voices in her head....
**
mission. Furthermore, Kate was apparently able to elude the police with Merc's help. I always assumed she She had the same raw skills as Faith, but her police training didn't cover parkour techniques and her general distaste for the runners lifestyle kept her from learning on the streets like Faith.



Ben Croshaw (Yahtzee of WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation ) was right. Think about it. You don't send armed attack helicopters and specially trained taser-equipped anti-parkour ninjas after someone if all they're doing is keeping perfectly harmless documents from passing through government hands. Faith blindly follows Merc's orders, always assuming that all government is automatically evil, because her parents died in a protest. Who's to say what those yellow bags contain? High explosives? Viral agents? What if the runners actually provide such a credible threat that the government is actually justified in using such ridiculously extreme measures to take down unarmed civilians?
* Whether the Runners and their clients are labeled "rebels", "revolutionaries", or "terrorists" will be WrittenByTheWinners post factum, since it's a [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism pretty cynical world]].
* The Runners seems to be concious that almost everything they are transporting is information, and this helps groups that oppose the goverments' rule and may have the power to stop the oppression. The Runners being their main source of information, which plays as power, is why the Goverment is so hell bent in stopping the runners. Their actions could easily be classified as Terrorism from their point of view, but if they succed, they'll be known not as terrorist, but as revolutionary heroes to society.
* I was under the impression that the Runners were pretty mercenary. Jacknife and Celeste are both pretty easily swayed.
In fact before I got the whole Mercury-Icarus-Greek mythology thing (What? Nobody named Pandora?) I thought Merc was Merc, becuase he was a merc. Faith is just unique in that she has a grudge against the Mayor.
* Most of the time the Runners aren't targetted nearly as badly as Faith. She even comments in the beginning that most of the time the cops turn blind eye to their activity, as long as they do it discreetly. It's only after Faith becomes a major target due to the plot reasons that the government puts some serious firepower after her.

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* Version:1 They are terrorists. Ben Croshaw (Yahtzee of WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation ) was right. Think about it. You don't send armed attack helicopters and specially trained taser-equipped anti-parkour ninjas after someone if all they're doing is keeping perfectly harmless documents from passing through government hands. Faith blindly follows Merc's orders, always assuming that all government is automatically evil, because her parents died in a protest. Who's to say what those yellow bags contain? High explosives? Viral agents? What if the runners actually provide such a credible threat that the government is actually justified in using such ridiculously extreme measures to take down unarmed civilians?
* Whether the Runners and their clients Version 2: They are labeled "rebels", "revolutionaries", or "terrorists" will be WrittenByTheWinners post factum, since it's a [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism pretty cynical world]].
*
"terrorists". The Runners seems to be concious that almost everything they are transporting is information, and this helps groups that oppose the goverments' rule and may have the power to stop the oppression. The Runners being their main source of information, which plays as power, is why the Goverment is so hell bent in stopping the runners. Their actions could easily be classified as Terrorism from their point of view, but if they succed, they'll be known not as terrorist, but as revolutionary heroes to society.
* I was under the impression that the Runners were pretty mercenary.Version 3: It's a case-by-case basis. Jacknife and Celeste are both pretty easily swayed. \nIn fact before I got the whole Mercury-Icarus-Greek mythology thing (What? Nobody named Pandora?) I thought Merc was Merc, becuase he was a merc. Faith is just unique in that she has a grudge against the Mayor. \n* Most of the time the Runners aren't targetted nearly as badly as Faith.her. She even comments in the beginning that most of the time the cops turn blind eye to their activity, as long as they do it discreetly. It's only after Faith becomes a major target due to the plot reasons that the government puts some serious firepower after her.



I know that there is Asian calligraphy all over the place, but the fact that everything in the City was built after the turn of the century and the fact that all of the adds avoid more than just the most basic representations of humans, since iconography is forbidden by the Q'uran, suggest that it is a city not found in the West, or part of any of the Asian super cities. However there is a way to discover the exact location, using the time challenge mode we can measure speed, and from that, distance. With that figured out, we can use the time given in story mode and the position of the sun to figure out the exact location. Most likely won't give any realistic results, but worth a shot.

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I know that there There is Asian calligraphy all over the place, but the fact that everything in the City was built after the turn of the century and the fact that all of the adds avoid more than just the most basic representations of humans, since iconography is forbidden by the Q'uran, suggest that it is a city not found in the West, or part of any of the Asian super cities. However there is a way to discover the exact location, using the time challenge mode we can measure speed, and from that, distance. With that figured out, we can use the time given in story mode and the position of the sun to figure out the exact location. Most likely won't give any realistic results, but worth a shot.



* Alternatively, the riots happened in protest of the cancellation of Starcraft: Ghost.
** Does that mean the city is in Korea?

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* Alternatively, the riots happened in protest of the cancellation of Starcraft: Ghost.
**
Ghost. Does that this mean the city is in Korea?



[[WMG:Faith is an [[Franchise/AssassinsCreed Assassin]]. And the government is made up of Templars]]
Mad crazy parkour skills? Check. Inherent ability/sixth sense to realize when shit's about the hit the fan? Check. Eagle Vision that allows her to mentally color-code which path is the fastest from Point A to Point B? Check. Doesn't do well with guns and prefers hand-to-hand combat? Check. The game simply takes place after 2012 and Desmond Miles' success in saving the world from the solar flare. Except, ironically, the Templars are still powerful and the Assassins are still forced to hide in the shadows. Hence the courier system.
* The main problem with this is that the canonical personality of Faith is one that prefers to avoid killing. Mostly.
** Not all Assassins are exactly kill-happy, either, despite of their title. Since Faith is in courier duty, killing people would be mostly detrimental to her work outside situations where she has no other choice.

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[[WMG:Faith is an [[Franchise/AssassinsCreed Assassin]]. And Assassin]] and the government is made up of Templars]]
* Mad crazy parkour skills? Check. Inherent ability/sixth sense to realize when shit's about the hit the fan? Check. Eagle Vision that allows her to mentally color-code which path is the fastest from Point A to Point B? Check. Doesn't do well with guns and prefers hand-to-hand combat? Check. The game simply takes place after 2012 and Desmond Miles' success in saving the world from the solar flare. Except, ironically, the Templars are still powerful and the Assassins are still forced to hide in the shadows. Hence the courier system.
* The main problem with this reason Faith canonically doesn't like killing is that her local cell place special emphasis on the canonical personality ''always act with discretion'' part of Faith is one that prefers to avoid killing. Mostly.
**
the Creed. That's why cops didn't bother them before the game; "just look the other way and the Runner-Assassins will be gone without trouble" sort of thing. Her mentor (''the mentor'' for The City of Glass) Mer could be the reason. Not all Assassins are exactly kill-happy, either, despite of their title. Since Faith is in courier duty, killing people would be mostly detrimental to her work outside situations where she has no other choice. \n




What? It explains so much! Like, for instance, why everyone is so willing to fire on you - it's not (likely) going to kill you, so it's not lethal force, so the rules are much more relaxed. Plus, it also explains Faith's MadeOfIron resistance to light machine guns and her impressive ability to WalkItOff. The upshot of this WMG is that it transforms the CPF - and PK to a lesser extent - from dangerously trigger-happy to merely unnecessarily violent. Consider mixing this with the Runners-might-be-terrorists theorem proposed by Yahtzee and the entire thing becomes considerably more coherent.
* Technically, ''all'' of the enemies you fight in the game are PK, not CPF. The only ones with ties to CPF are potentially the pursuit cops (the ones with tasers), but even if the letters PK don't appear on their uniform, they're first encountered inside PK's facilities, and have definitely been trained by PK, so regardless of whether or not they were originally just CPF, they can now be considered PK employees. As far as the ammo goes, maybe Faith has magical powers that cause any stray bullets that hit her to simply graze and cause minor flesh wounds?
** Even regular unarmoured police officers can take multiple pistol rounds to the face. That seems to be a bit of proof at least.
** Given this game takes place in near-future, best bet is that Faith's shirt is super thin and light armor.

[[WMG: You're not killing the Blues.]]
Assuming the non-lethal ammo thing is true, you shouldn' be able to kill anyone with bullets, much less armoured targets with rubber handgun rounds. "Dead" enemies are either knocked out or seriously injured.
* Unless you drop them off a building.
* A PunchClockVillain police officer who just took two rubber bullets to the face wouldn't be in any hurry to get up. Maybe some enemies just take the hint and lie still until you've left.

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What? It explains so much! Like, for instance, why everyone is so willing to fire on you - it's not (likely) going to kill you, so it's not lethal force, so the rules are much more relaxed. Plus, it also explains Faith's MadeOfIron resistance to light machine guns and her impressive ability to WalkItOff. The upshot of this WMG is that it transforms the CPF - and PK to a lesser extent - from dangerously trigger-happy to merely unnecessarily violent. Consider mixing this with the Runners-might-be-terrorists theorem proposed by Yahtzee and the entire thing becomes considerably more coherent.
* Technically, ''all'' of the enemies you fight in the game are PK, not CPF. The only ones with ties to CPF are potentially the pursuit cops (the ones with tasers), but even if the letters PK don't appear on their uniform, they're first encountered inside PK's facilities, and have definitely been trained by PK, so regardless of whether or not they were originally just CPF, they can now be considered PK employees. As far as the ammo goes, maybe Faith has magical powers that cause any stray bullets that hit her to simply graze and cause minor flesh wounds?
**
Even regular unarmoured police officers can take multiple pistol rounds to the face. That seems to be a bit of proof at least.
** * Given this game takes place in near-future, best bet is that Faith's shirt is super thin and light armor.

[[WMG: You're Faith is not killing the Blues.]]
Assuming the non-lethal ammo thing is true, you shouldn' be able to kill anyone with bullets, much less armoured targets with rubber handgun rounds. "Dead" enemies are either knocked out or seriously injured.
* Unless you drop them off a building.
*
injured.A PunchClockVillain police officer who just took two rubber bullets to the face wouldn't be in any hurry to get up. Maybe some enemies just take the hint and lie still until you've left.
left......Unless you drop them off a building.



She doesn't want to appear in public because she's not done transitioning yet..
* She was [[{{Gayngst}} picked on and assaulted constantly while growing up]] and now wants to create the [[{{UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans}} perfect privately-controlled nanny state]] and [[{{WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds}} rule it with an iron fist]] to make sure that sort of thing never happens again. No doctor would perform a sex change because the stress form her job made her blood pressure way too high; between games, she [[{{ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem}} gathered enough influence]] to have her operation and hormone treatments despite her doctors' prohibitions.

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She doesn't want to appear in public because she's not done transitioning yet.. \n* She was [[{{Gayngst}} picked on and assaulted constantly while growing up]] and now wants to create the [[{{UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans}} perfect privately-controlled nanny state]] and [[{{WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds}} rule it with an iron fist]] to make sure that sort of thing never happens again. No doctor would perform a sex change because the stress form her job made her blood pressure way too high; between games, she [[{{ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem}} gathered enough influence]] to have her operation and hormone treatments despite her doctors' prohibitions.




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This is why she never gets lost.
5th Dec '15 9:10:38 PM jormis29
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[[WMG: TheCity is actually Chicago in the distant future set in the same universe as [[WatchDogs 'Watch_Dogs']] ]]

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[[WMG: TheCity is actually Chicago in the distant future set in the same universe as [[WatchDogs 'Watch_Dogs']] ]]''VideoGame/WatchDogs'']]
30th Nov '15 7:08:13 AM FF32
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* Whether the Runners and their clients are labeled "rebels", "revolutionaries", or "terrorists" will be WrittenByTheWinners post factum, since it's a [[IdealismVsCynicism pretty cynical world]].

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* Whether the Runners and their clients are labeled "rebels", "revolutionaries", or "terrorists" will be WrittenByTheWinners post factum, since it's a [[IdealismVsCynicism [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism pretty cynical world]].
23rd Nov '15 10:21:09 PM jormis29
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** I say they should lock the developers of Mirrors Edge, VideoGame/NinjaGaiden, Franchise/AssassinsCreed and SplinterCell, VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum, ''Franchise/MassEffect'', ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'', ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'', ''VideoGame/HalfLife'', and ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' [[TenMinutesInTheCloset in a room]] and not let them out until they've completed ''the best game ever conceived''.

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** I say they should lock the developers of Mirrors Edge, VideoGame/NinjaGaiden, Franchise/AssassinsCreed and SplinterCell, ''VideoGame/SplinterCell'', VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum, ''Franchise/MassEffect'', ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'', ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'', ''VideoGame/HalfLife'', and ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' [[TenMinutesInTheCloset in a room]] and not let them out until they've completed ''the best game ever conceived''.
12th Sep '15 6:19:38 PM nombretomado
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** I say they should lock the developers of Mirrors Edge, NinjaGaiden, Franchise/AssassinsCreed and SplinterCell, VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum, ''Franchise/MassEffect'', ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'', ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'', ''VideoGame/HalfLife'', and ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' [[TenMinutesInTheCloset in a room]] and not let them out until they've completed ''the best game ever conceived''.

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** I say they should lock the developers of Mirrors Edge, NinjaGaiden, VideoGame/NinjaGaiden, Franchise/AssassinsCreed and SplinterCell, VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum, ''Franchise/MassEffect'', ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'', ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'', ''VideoGame/HalfLife'', and ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' [[TenMinutesInTheCloset in a room]] and not let them out until they've completed ''the best game ever conceived''.
3rd Jun '15 6:50:30 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:"The City" is the future of Tokyo-To from [[JetSetRadio Jet Set Radio Future]]]]

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[[WMG:"The City" is the future of Tokyo-To from [[JetSetRadio [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio Jet Set Radio Future]]]]
4th Sep '14 9:46:07 AM ThunderDaniel265
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[[WMG: TheCity is actually Chicago in the distant future set in the same universe as [[WatchDogs 'Watch_Dogs']] ]]
* Hyper connected society
* Under heavy surveillance 24/7
* Oppressive government/corporations (which might stem from the corruption of officials)
* Project Bellwether is in full effect
* ctOS is in total control
23rd Jul '14 3:30:42 PM optimusjamie
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[[WMG: TheCity is just called [[CityWithNoName 'The City']] because...]]
* The developers wanted to avoid possible real-life backlash.
* The city is either a CityPlanet (probably not considering the technology level) or the only habitable place on the planet.
* It doesn't actually matter.
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