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* The reveal of how Säid got his lucky charm in the first place - his younger self steals it from the player just as they're about to return to the present.

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* The reveal of how Säid got his lucky charm in the first place - his younger self steals it from the player just as they're about to return to the present.present.
* During the "Appeasing the Flame" sidequest, you bring a Djinn ring to Amir, who is absolutely incensed, and then you get an objective: "Survive Amir's Assault." It turns out that Amir's "assault" is... mostly just him yelling at you for attempted bribery and a single attack that takes off 80% of your health but otherwise doesn't do anything.


-->'''Shani''': He told me, if I truly want to understand humanity, I need only read [[{{Troll}} the comments]] [[FlameWar section on]] {{YouTube}}. I ''hate'' the Internet.

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-->'''Shani''': He told me, if I truly want to understand humanity, I need only read [[{{Troll}} the comments]] [[FlameWar section on]] {{YouTube}}.Website/YouTube. I ''hate'' the Internet.

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** When you find and hack into said fan's computer, you'll find he's quite accurate in most of his theories on the various Kingsmouth monsters and mysteries... except that he's convinced that ''everything'' ties back to the Soviet Union.
** Extra point of hilarity that comes only after reading all three factions' respective post-mission comments. Sonnac assumes that the conspiracy theorist died to the fog. Geary, however, [[ProperlyParanoid knows he went on the run shortly before the Fog rolled in]], but the seemingly omniscient Illuminati is having trouble finding him.... because the Dragon got to him first and quietly stashed him in a basement in a monastery.

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* The Zagan fake blood research reveals that while caffeine makes vampires go insane, Aspartame makes them explode.


* The 'mission completed' message from the Templars for "The City Before Us" has Sonnac - serious, dignified Sonnac - making a comment about "get[ting] back on track" to stop the Atenists. And then pointing it out.

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* The 'mission completed' message from the Templars for "The City Before Us" has Sonnac - serious, dignified Sonnac - making a comment about "get[ting] back on track" to stop the Atenists. And then pointing it out.out.
* The reveal of how Säid got his lucky charm in the first place - his younger self steals it from the player just as they're about to return to the present.


-->what a way to go. not with a bang but playing solitaire waiting for the infection to take over

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-->what a way to go. not with a bang but playing solitaire waiting for the infection to take overover
* The 'mission completed' message from the Templars for "The City Before Us" has Sonnac - serious, dignified Sonnac - making a comment about "get[ting] back on track" to stop the Atenists. And then pointing it out.


** Pretty much ''everything'' Säid and Nassir say to each other in the final mission-chain of Last Train to Cairo is hilarious.

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** Pretty much ''everything'' Säid and Nassir say to each other in the final mission-chain of Last Train to Cairo is hilarious. Special mention must go to Nassir's comment that Abdul is either dead or waiting for the sequel, [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight which turns out to be true]]!


* During much of the Issue #16 content, you're infiltrating the Morninglight compound...in an area with no cell phone service and without the knowledge of your superiors. The moment you're back online, [[RealityEnsues it turns out your superiors were asking for help with something in Antarctica all mission]], and your handler ''actually personally goes over to South Africa'' to tell you how ''pissed'' they are. (Except, of course, for [[spoiler:Daimon]], who guesses at what was going on and finds the frustration of the faction ''hilarious,'' once he figures out what's going on - [[spoiler:before then, he [[NotSoAboveItAll is spamming "Pickup" into your text messages]] and eventually making empty(?) threats about killing your family if you don't stop driving him up a wall]]).

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* During much of the Issue #16 content, you're infiltrating the Morninglight compound...in an area with no cell phone service and without the knowledge of your superiors. The moment you're back online, [[RealityEnsues it turns out your superiors were asking for help with something in Antarctica all mission]], and your handler ''actually personally goes over to South Africa'' to tell you how ''pissed'' they are. (Except, of course, for [[spoiler:Daimon]], who guesses at what was going on and finds the frustration of the faction ''hilarious,'' once he figures out what's going on - [[spoiler:before then, he [[NotSoAboveItAll is spamming "Pickup" into your text messages]] and eventually making empty(?) threats about killing your family if you don't stop driving him up a wall]]).wall]]).
* The last line of the unfortunate Orochi agent's ApocalypticLog in "The Filth Amendment":
-->what a way to go. not with a bang but playing solitaire waiting for the infection to take over


* During much of the Issue #16 content, you're infiltrating the Morninglight compound...in an area with no cell phone service and without the knowledge of your superiors. The moment you're back online, [[RealityEnsues it turns out your superiors were asking for help with something in Antarctica all mission]], and your handler ''actually personally goes over to South Africa'' to tell you how ''pissed'' they are. (Except, of course, for [[spoiler:Daimon]], who guesses at what was going on and finds the frustration of the faction ''hilarious'').

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* During much of the Issue #16 content, you're infiltrating the Morninglight compound...in an area with no cell phone service and without the knowledge of your superiors. The moment you're back online, [[RealityEnsues it turns out your superiors were asking for help with something in Antarctica all mission]], and your handler ''actually personally goes over to South Africa'' to tell you how ''pissed'' they are. (Except, of course, for [[spoiler:Daimon]], who guesses at what was going on and finds the frustration of the faction ''hilarious'').''hilarious,'' once he figures out what's going on - [[spoiler:before then, he [[NotSoAboveItAll is spamming "Pickup" into your text messages]] and eventually making empty(?) threats about killing your family if you don't stop driving him up a wall]]).


* From ''Legends'', in the new Agartha Bazaar, an Illuminati Gofer stands across from the Templar delegation giving them [[FlippingTheBird the Italian salute]].

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* From ''Legends'', in the new Agartha Bazaar, an Illuminati Gofer stands across from the Templar delegation giving them [[FlippingTheBird the Italian salute]].salute]].
* During much of the Issue #16 content, you're infiltrating the Morninglight compound...in an area with no cell phone service and without the knowledge of your superiors. The moment you're back online, [[RealityEnsues it turns out your superiors were asking for help with something in Antarctica all mission]], and your handler ''actually personally goes over to South Africa'' to tell you how ''pissed'' they are. (Except, of course, for [[spoiler:Daimon]], who guesses at what was going on and finds the frustration of the faction ''hilarious'').


* Doctor Bannerman's files, specifically the entry on [[FortuneTeller Madame Roget]]. Most of the entries up until now have been perfectly formal, with little in the way of sarcasm or rudeness; however, after detailing the fact that Roget suffers from deviant sexual fantasies including "an inappropriate doctor-patient relationship," Bannerman's only diagnosis is "Dy-na-mite!"

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* Doctor Bannerman's files, specifically the entry on [[FortuneTeller Madame Roget]]. Most of the entries up until now have been perfectly formal, with little in the way of sarcasm or rudeness; however, after detailing the fact that Roget suffers from deviant sexual fantasies including "an inappropriate doctor-patient relationship," Bannerman's only diagnosis is "Dy-na-mite!""[[CovertPervert Dy-na-mite]]!"



--> Bolon Yok,te What? Did you not get the ocpmay-wide memo about the hodliday party/ uGH. i'M [=ASSming=] youd did good out there. Which means I didn good. bottoms up!

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--> Bolon Yok,te What? Did you not get the ocpmay-wide memo about the hodliday holiday party/ uGH. i'M [=ASSming=] youd did good out there. Which means I didn good. bottoms up!


* The Sentinels have a deeply tragic story as the seven children of the High Priest of Amun, who willingly sacrificed their lives to become the seals that bind the Black Pharaoh in his tomb--a lonely, eternal existence with no one for company but one another and their constantly-reincarnating father, who visits them as often as he's able. However, many of their interactions with each other (in mini-statuette form, in each other's shrines) are *very* funny. You can certainly tell they're siblings and that they drive each other ''nuts'' sometimes.

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* The Sentinels have a deeply tragic story as the seven children of the High Priest of Amun, who willingly sacrificed their lives to become the seals that bind the Black Pharaoh in his tomb--a lonely, eternal existence with no one for company but one another and their constantly-reincarnating father, who visits them as often as he's able. However, many of their interactions with each other (in mini-statuette form, in each other's shrines) are *very* ''very'' funny. You can certainly tell they're siblings and that they drive each other ''nuts'' sometimes.

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* The Sentinels have a deeply tragic story as the seven children of the High Priest of Amun, who willingly sacrificed their lives to become the seals that bind the Black Pharaoh in his tomb--a lonely, eternal existence with no one for company but one another and their constantly-reincarnating father, who visits them as often as he's able. However, many of their interactions with each other (in mini-statuette form, in each other's shrines) are *very* funny. You can certainly tell they're siblings and that they drive each other ''nuts'' sometimes.


--> [[ForrestGump Run, Forrest, Run!]] [...] Do not lose him, or Christmas is cancelled.

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--> [[ForrestGump [[Film/ForrestGump Run, Forrest, Run!]] [...] Do not lose him, or Christmas is cancelled.


* From ''Legends'', in the new Agartha Bazaar, an Illuminati Gofer stands across for the Templar delegation giving them [[FlippingTheBird the Italian salute]].

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* From ''Legends'', in the new Agartha Bazaar, an Illuminati Gofer stands across for from the Templar delegation giving them [[FlippingTheBird the Italian salute]].

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