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** They're using specters of Corrupted Lancers. They're not connected to a Neural Sentry any more than Red Veil's Charger specters or New Loka's Ancient Healer specters are connected to the Infested HiveMind. They're shoddy knock-off clones, that's all.


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* These guys are just a bunch of regular humans appropriating Tenno culture and trying to insist that the Tenno should be more than they are, right? So please explain to me how they, of all people in the entire Origin System, managed to apparently subvert an Orokin Neural Sentry? Since the Death Squads they send after you are composed of CORRUPTED LANCERS.


*** Also, both factions (and the Infestation) have proven to be, by and large, terrible towards those under them, so we're going to weaken both to ehe point that those subjugated by them can fight back.




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** Another possibility is that once they're integrated into something, they're stabilized in some form (contained in sonething that stabilizes or contains the decay, like neon in lights, or suspended within Void conduits)




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** Most likely, what we're building is the network conduits that allow a Cephalon to integrate with the ship properly and act as a central control unit


* why when building a chepalon do you need physical materials are you constructing the computer that holds it or paying the chepalon to be the railjack ai

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* why when building a chepalon why do you need physical materials are you constructing the computer that holds it or paying the chepalon to be the railjack ai


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*why when building a chepalon do you need physical materials are you constructing the computer that holds it or paying the chepalon to be the railjack ai



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** Wait infested drop life support modules and they look corpus in origin so are we saying infested need oxygen to?


** this is more likely simply GameplayAndStorySegregation; as Venus in real life has a nearly year long day cycle but in game it’s war and cold so they mostly likely did so players wouldn’t be up at night hunting Teralysts

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** this is more likely simply GameplayAndStorySegregation; as Venus in real life has a nearly year long day cycle but in game it’s war warm and cold within roughly hour so they mostly likely did so players wouldn’t be up at night hunting Teralysts


** this is more likely simply GameplayAndStorySegreation; as Venus in real life has a nearly year long day cycle but in game it’s war and cold so they mostly likely did so players wouldn’t be up at night hunting Teralysts

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** this is more likely simply GameplayAndStorySegreation; GameplayAndStorySegregation; as Venus in real life has a nearly year long day cycle but in game it’s war and cold so they mostly likely did so players wouldn’t be up at night hunting Teralysts


** this is more likely simply GameplayandstorySegreation; as Venus in real life has a nearly year long day cycle but in game it’s war and cold so they mostly likely did so players wouldn’t be up at night hunting Teralysts

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** this is more likely simply GameplayandstorySegreation; GameplayAndStorySegreation; as Venus in real life has a nearly year long day cycle but in game it’s war and cold so they mostly likely did so players wouldn’t be up at night hunting Teralysts



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** this is more likely simply GameplayandstorySegreation; as Venus in real life has a nearly year long day cycle but in game it’s war and cold so they mostly likely did so players wouldn’t be up at night hunting Teralysts



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** Superheated air is plasma, and plasma glows. Not sure if that would look like it does in the game, but you ''can'' make fire out of thin air, like during orbital reentry. Honorary mention goes to railgun shots - while a good deal of that "fire" is due to glowing particles ablated from the rails and projectile, regular air isn't exactly sterile, either.


** Not to mention they are HEAVY weapons for a reason, a lot of their strength comes from crushing, which is helped by mass(which increases momentum), after all your huge battle hammer(fragor) wont be doing much damage if it weights like a balloon, same goes for battle axes(scindo) and [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BFS BFSs]](gram).

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** Not to mention they are HEAVY weapons for a reason, a lot of their strength comes from crushing, which is helped by mass(which mass (which increases momentum), after all your huge battle hammer(fragor) hammer (fragor) wont be doing much damage if it weights like a balloon, same goes for battle axes(scindo) axes (scindo) and [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BFS BFSs]](gram).[[{{BFS}} BFSs]] (gram).



** Or [[Main/ManchurianAgent Lotus]] [[Main/ThePlan was using Tenno to keep humanity weak until Sentients can return]]. Her sudden departure in HeelFaceTurn that seem to have no reason in her Lotus personality can make think that [[Main/FridgeHorror we served our arch-enemy during all previous game]].

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** Or [[Main/ManchurianAgent [[ManchurianAgent Lotus]] [[Main/ThePlan [[ThePlan was using Tenno to keep humanity weak until the Sentients can return]]. Her sudden departure in HeelFaceTurn that seem to have no reason in her Lotus personality can make think that [[Main/FridgeHorror [[FridgeHorror we served our arch-enemy during all previous game]].

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