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[[caption-width-right:350:[[ProtagonistJourneyToVillain The birth of Handsome Jack.]]]]


** Alternately, several scenes earlier in the game indicate Jack was never planning to reconcile with Tassiter, even if the board decided to bring him back on board. From the moment he was fired Jack was planning to be brought back into the Hyperion power structure - "And when I take Helios back with an army of badass robots I'll be unfired so fast it will make Tassiter's pedo mustache spin off hs gross ugly face," - But his interactions with Tassiter also make clear that these two will never be working together. Because Jack doesnt plan for Tassiter to be around after he is 'un-fired'.

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** Alternately, Alternatively, several scenes earlier in the game could indicate Jack was never planning to reconcile with Tassiter, even if the board decided to bring him back on board. into the company. From the moment he was fired fired, Jack was planning to be brought back into the Hyperion power structure - structure, as seen when he said "And when I take Helios back with an army of badass robots robots, I'll be unfired so fast it will make Tassiter's pedo mustache spin off hs his gross ugly face," - face". But his interactions with Tassiter also make clear that these two will never be working together. together, since neither man would ever be able to reconcile with the other. Because Jack doesnt doesn't plan for Tassiter to be around after he is 'un-fired'.



* In Stanton's Liver, if you clear the cave of Torks and a Swagman, you can go through a small tunnel to find an Eridian monolith. You'll fight off the Armoured Outlaws, grab the loot, and head towards the monolith...and get a cutscene of disturbing alien writings and freaky noises.
* Shadowtrap. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he was treated by nearly every single major and minor character ever seen in the series, and is the true manifestation of [=VaultHunter.EXE=] The fact that this ''thing'' was lying just under the surface of the mind of the most cheerful robot to be ever created, waiting for a chance to take over, is just terrifying. It's strongly implied that if Shadowtrap had succeeded in capturing the H-source code, Handsome Jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems, and given how hardy Claptrap is in Borderlands 2, and how utterly frustrating the final parts of the boss fight (listed under ThatOneBoss on the YMMV page) were, it's very likely Shadowtrap ''cannot be put down.''
** Furthermore, think of what we actually see at the end. Shadowtrap resurrected Claptrap. Sure, Claptrap is still rather fun and hyperactive in Borderlands 2, and still a ditz, but he has a vengeful streak now. The moment he wakes you up, his immediate thought is using you to kill Jack. What’s he call you? Minion, a term only associated with villains. During the Supertrap sidequest, when Supertrap is convinced that he’s the villain, he immediately calls for “minions”. When he unlocks the door to Jack near the end of Borderlands 2, his first thought is that he’s going to go kill Jack himself before remembering he no longer can climb stairs. Claptrap in Borderlands 2 is an amalgam of the original and Shadowtrap. Had he been restored to his Pre-Sequel capabilities, it’s very likely the entire Borderlands 2 cast of Vault Hunters wouldn’t have been needed, because Claptrap would have gone on his own RoaringRampageOfRevenge.

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* In Stanton's Liver, if you clear the cave of Torks and a Swagman, you can go through a small tunnel to find an Eridian monolith. You'll fight off the Armoured Outlaws, grab the loot, and head towards the monolith... and get a cutscene of disturbing alien writings and freaky noises.
noises, being teleported several times before making it back to the cavern.
* Shadowtrap. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he was treated by nearly every single major and minor character ever seen in the series, and is the true manifestation of [=VaultHunter.EXE=] EXE=]. The fact that this ''thing'' was lying just under the surface of in the mind of the most cheerful robot to be ever created, waiting for a chance to take over, is just terrifying. It's strongly implied that if Shadowtrap had succeeded in capturing the H-source H-Source code, Handsome Jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems, and given how hardy Claptrap is in Borderlands 2, 2 and the Pre-Sequel, and how utterly frustrating the final parts of the boss fight (listed under ThatOneBoss on the YMMV page) were, it's very likely Shadowtrap ''cannot be put down.''
** Furthermore, think of what we actually see at the end. Shadowtrap resurrected Claptrap. Sure, Claptrap is still rather fun and hyperactive in Borderlands 2, and still a ditz, but he has a vengeful streak now. The moment he wakes you up, his immediate thought is using you to kill Jack. What’s What does he call you? Minion, a term only associated with villains. During the Supertrap sidequest, when Supertrap is convinced that he’s the villain, he immediately calls for “minions”. When he unlocks the door to Jack near the end of Borderlands 2, his first thought is that he’s going to go kill Jack himself before remembering he no longer can climb stairs. Claptrap in Borderlands 2 is an amalgam of the original and Shadowtrap. Had he been restored to his Pre-Sequel capabilities, it’s very likely the entire Borderlands 2 cast of Vault Hunters wouldn’t have been needed, because Claptrap would have gone on his own RoaringRampageOfRevenge.RoaringRampageOfRevenge, and would no longer be bound by his own faulty programming holding him back.


* Shadowtrap. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he was treated by nearly every single major and minor character ever seen in the series, and is the true manifestation of [=VaultHunter.EXE=] The fact that this ''thing'' was lying just under the surface of the mind of the most cheerful robot to be ever created, waiting for a chance to take over, is just terrifying. It's strongly implied that if Shadowtrap had succeeded in capturing the H-source code, Handsome Jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems, and given how hardy Claptrap is in Borderlands 2, and how utterly frustrating the final parts of the boss fight (listed under ThatOneBoss on the YMMV page) were, it's very likely Shadowtrap ''cannot be put down.''

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* Shadowtrap. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he was treated by nearly every single major and minor character ever seen in the series, and is the true manifestation of [=VaultHunter.EXE=] The fact that this ''thing'' was lying just under the surface of the mind of the most cheerful robot to be ever created, waiting for a chance to take over, is just terrifying. It's strongly implied that if Shadowtrap had succeeded in capturing the H-source code, Handsome Jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems, and given how hardy Claptrap is in Borderlands 2, and how utterly frustrating the final parts of the boss fight (listed under ThatOneBoss on the YMMV page) were, it's very likely Shadowtrap ''cannot be put down.''''
** Furthermore, think of what we actually see at the end. Shadowtrap resurrected Claptrap. Sure, Claptrap is still rather fun and hyperactive in Borderlands 2, and still a ditz, but he has a vengeful streak now. The moment he wakes you up, his immediate thought is using you to kill Jack. What’s he call you? Minion, a term only associated with villains. During the Supertrap sidequest, when Supertrap is convinced that he’s the villain, he immediately calls for “minions”. When he unlocks the door to Jack near the end of Borderlands 2, his first thought is that he’s going to go kill Jack himself before remembering he no longer can climb stairs. Claptrap in Borderlands 2 is an amalgam of the original and Shadowtrap. Had he been restored to his Pre-Sequel capabilities, it’s very likely the entire Borderlands 2 cast of Vault Hunters wouldn’t have been needed, because Claptrap would have gone on his own RoaringRampageOfRevenge.

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** Hyperion didn’t even have a militarized force, unlike every other corporation that came to Pandora. They weren’t strip mining the planet like Dahl or an army like Atlas. They were literally only in town to study things and invent new tech using those things. They’re easily overrun by a ragtag group of soldiers using their leftover equipment. Their space station was at the time of deployment unarmed. Hyperion was the least evil group in town until Jack came in.


* The ultimate fate of Skipper, or as she is then known, Felicity. She had just changed her name to a word that means "happiness." What happens soon after is equal parts depressing as it is nightmarish, as [[spoiler:Jack forcibly moves her into a new body, has her murder Scavs by the dozen, and tries to wipe her memory to retain only the baseline military AI. Her rage is understandable and sad.]]
** The worst part of this is that it's not even Jack's [[spoiler:MoralEventHorizon. It's a horrible act, but his reasoning (needing the Constructor program online as fast as possible, with no time to store a backup of Felicity's program) [[ShootTheDog makes a sad amount of sense]], as not retaking the Helios station in time would be devastating.]]
*** It can be justified beyond that: [[spoiler:Felicity is, for all intents and purposes, a malfunctioning machine. She was extensively tampered with and reprogrammed by The Bosun, and while we have no idea what she was like before this, it's reasonable to assume that her reaction to violence and unwillingness to co-operate with Jack's plan are the result of this tampering. What Jack intends to do to her will repair the reprogramming and eliminate the same personality defects causing her lack of co-operation, and he has no way of knowing if she actually has the ability to feel emotion, or if The Bosun has simply programmed her to emulate it. The fact he seriously considers the alternative of copying her before deciding that it isn't an option is a testament to just how different this Jack was to the one we know from Borderlands 2.]]
** As the [[spoiler:Felicity Rampant boss fight draws on, her voice becomes gradually deeper and more robotic, and she begins to say things that seem eerily similar to some of the combat quotes we're familiar with from the Constructors in Borderlands 2 - 'I see you, Vault Hunter.' as opposed to 'Target sighted.' for example. Even as you battle her, her entire mind is being systematically erased and rewritten.]]

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* The ultimate fate of Skipper, or as she is then known, Felicity. She had just changed her name to a word that means "happiness." What happens soon after is equal parts depressing as it is nightmarish, as [[spoiler:Jack Jack forcibly moves her into a new body, has her murder Scavs by the dozen, and tries to wipe her memory to retain only the baseline military AI. Her rage is understandable and sad.]]
sad.
** The worst part of this is that it's not even Jack's [[spoiler:MoralEventHorizon. MoralEventHorizon. It's a horrible act, but his reasoning (needing the Constructor program online as fast as possible, with no time to store a backup of Felicity's program) [[ShootTheDog makes a sad amount of sense]], as not retaking the Helios station in time would be devastating.]]
devastating.
*** It can be justified beyond that: [[spoiler:Felicity Felicity is, for all intents and purposes, a malfunctioning machine. She was extensively tampered with and reprogrammed by The Bosun, and while we have no idea what she was like before this, it's reasonable to assume that her reaction to violence and unwillingness to co-operate with Jack's plan are the result of this tampering. What Jack intends to do to her will repair the reprogramming and eliminate the same personality defects causing her lack of co-operation, and he has no way of knowing if she actually has the ability to feel emotion, or if The Bosun has simply programmed her to emulate it. The fact he seriously considers the alternative of copying her before deciding that it isn't an option is a testament to just how different this Jack was to the one we know from Borderlands 2.]]
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** As the [[spoiler:Felicity Felicity Rampant boss fight draws on, her voice becomes gradually deeper and more robotic, and she begins to say things that seem eerily similar to some of the combat quotes we're familiar with from the Constructors in Borderlands 2 - 'I see you, Vault Hunter.' as opposed to 'Target sighted.' for example. Even as you battle her, her entire mind is being systematically erased and rewritten.]]



* For merely mentioning that there is a possibility that Zarpedon might have a mole in the Hyperion scientist team, Jack [[spoiler:flushes them all through an air lock.]] Safety be damned, that was ''harsh,'' to say the least.
** Even more horrifying, Jack knows all these scientists personally. In fact, in the mission prior to this, you spend the entire mission collecting personal items for them - a picture of a scientist's mentally-challenged son, a therapy teddy bear, etc. And Jack spends the missions practically singing praises about how great these scientists are. Then [[spoiler: he tosses them out the airlock on the mere possibility that one of them could be a mole - including the man who helped develop the huge robot army that Jack was going to use to retake the station - based on nothing but an offhand comment from said developer that there ''might'' be another mole on Pandora.]]
** One [[spoiler:(Gladstone)]] manages to get a handhold. [[spoiler:You get to look into his eyes. Then he loses his grip and vanishes, leaving behind a crack in the window and a streak of blood.]]

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* For merely mentioning that there is a possibility that Zarpedon might have a mole in the Hyperion scientist team, Jack [[spoiler:flushes flushes them all through an air lock.]] lock. Safety be damned, that was ''harsh,'' to say the least.
** Even more horrifying, Jack knows all these scientists personally. In fact, in the mission prior to this, you spend the entire mission collecting personal items for them - a picture of a scientist's mentally-challenged son, a therapy teddy bear, etc. And Jack spends the missions practically singing praises about how great these scientists are. Then [[spoiler: he tosses them out the airlock on the mere possibility that one of them could be a mole - including the man who helped develop the huge robot army that Jack was going to use to retake the station - based on nothing but an offhand comment from said developer that there ''might'' be another mole on Pandora.]]
Pandora.
** One [[spoiler:(Gladstone)]] (Gladstone) manages to get a handhold. [[spoiler:You You get to look into his eyes. Then he loses his grip and vanishes, leaving behind a crack in the window and a streak of blood.]]



* Why does Jack [[spoiler:have a Vault symbol branded on his face? Lilith punched it there.]]

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* Why does Jack [[spoiler:have have a Vault symbol branded on his face? Lilith punched it there.]]



*** The worst part? [[spoiler: They're the precursors to the Rats that plague Pandora.]]

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*** The worst part? [[spoiler: They're the precursors to the Rats that plague Pandora.]]



* [[spoiler:Eridian Guardians]] are already creepy with their [[spoiler:white-doll-mask heads on drooping necks]], but it's taken a step further with their MookMaker variant, the Ophas, who in its mini-boss introduction actively [[spoiler:''reaches into its stomach'' and ''tears'' a Putti out ''by the face''.]] Way to channel Creator/HRGiger there, 2K. The intentional resemblance to a pregnant woman does not help AT ALL.

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* [[spoiler:Eridian Guardians]] Eridian Guardians are already creepy with their [[spoiler:white-doll-mask white-doll-mask heads on drooping necks]], necks, but it's taken a step further with their MookMaker variant, the Ophas, who in its mini-boss introduction actively [[spoiler:''reaches ''reaches into its stomach'' and ''tears'' a Putti out ''by the face''.]] face''. Way to channel Creator/HRGiger there, 2K. The intentional resemblance to a pregnant woman does not help AT ALL.



** To ''really'' drive this point home, Gladstone's first meeting with Jack says that he trusts him and would not dream of shooting him in the back. Later on, when Felicity is expressing doubts about working for him, Gladstone pipes up and says she could not have picked a better company in Hyperion -- "best three years of my life!" he says. [[spoiler:Then Jack ends up venting him into space for a chance comment about Zarpedon and the Helios defenses still being in her control.]]
* Just after [[spoiler: having the secret of the Vault punched into his face]] Jack's rant about how he's going to scorch the planet in freakin' fire, and the ambient sounds that seem an awful lot like screaming, was particularly bone chilling. Especially when you know he ''succeeds'' at it for several years.

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** To ''really'' drive this point home, Gladstone's first meeting with Jack says that he trusts him and would not dream of shooting him in the back. Later on, when Felicity is expressing doubts about working for him, Gladstone pipes up and says she could not have picked a better company in Hyperion -- "best three years of my life!" he says. [[spoiler:Then Then Jack ends up venting him into space for a chance comment about Zarpedon and the Helios defenses still being in her control.]]
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* Just after [[spoiler: having the secret of the Vault punched into his face]] face Jack's rant about how he's going to scorch the planet in freakin' fire, and the ambient sounds that seem an awful lot like screaming, was particularly bone chilling. Especially when you know he ''succeeds'' at it for several years.



* In Stanton's Liver, if you clear the cave of Torks and a Swagman, you can go through a small tunnel to find an Eridian monolith. You'll fight off the Armoured Outlaws, grab the loot, and head towards the monolith...[[spoiler: and get a cutscene of disturbing alien writings and freaky noises.]]
* Shadowtrap. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he was treated by nearly every single major and minor character ever seen in the series, and [[spoiler: is the true manifestation of [=VaultHunter.EXE=]]] The fact that this ''thing'' was lying just under the surface of the mind of the most cheerful robot to be ever created, waiting for a chance to take over, is just terrifying. It's strongly implied that if Shadowtrap had succeeded in capturing the H-source code, Handsome Jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems, and given how hardy Claptrap is in Borderlands 2, and how utterly frustrating the final parts of the boss fight (listed under ThatOneBoss on the YMMV page) were, it's very likely Shadowtrap ''cannot be put down.''

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* In Stanton's Liver, if you clear the cave of Torks and a Swagman, you can go through a small tunnel to find an Eridian monolith. You'll fight off the Armoured Outlaws, grab the loot, and head towards the monolith...[[spoiler: and get a cutscene of disturbing alien writings and freaky noises.]]
noises.
* Shadowtrap. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he was treated by nearly every single major and minor character ever seen in the series, and [[spoiler: is the true manifestation of [=VaultHunter.EXE=]]] EXE=] The fact that this ''thing'' was lying just under the surface of the mind of the most cheerful robot to be ever created, waiting for a chance to take over, is just terrifying. It's strongly implied that if Shadowtrap had succeeded in capturing the H-source code, Handsome Jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems, and given how hardy Claptrap is in Borderlands 2, and how utterly frustrating the final parts of the boss fight (listed under ThatOneBoss on the YMMV page) were, it's very likely Shadowtrap ''cannot be put down.''

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** For reference, this act disturbs [[BloodKnight Ath]][[OOCIsSeriousBusiness ena]] enough to send her into a [[HeroicBlueScreenOfDeath Heroic Blue Screen of Death.]]


* [[spoiler:Eridian Guardians]] are already creepy with their [[spoiler:white-doll-mask heads on drooping necks]], but it's taken a step further with their MookMaker variant, the Ophas, who in its mini-boss introduction actively [[spoiler:''reaches into its stomach'' and ''tears'' a Putti out ''by the face''.]] Way to channel HRGiger there, 2K. The intentional resemblance to a pregnant woman does not help AT ALL.

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* [[spoiler:Eridian Guardians]] are already creepy with their [[spoiler:white-doll-mask heads on drooping necks]], but it's taken a step further with their MookMaker variant, the Ophas, who in its mini-boss introduction actively [[spoiler:''reaches into its stomach'' and ''tears'' a Putti out ''by the face''.]] Way to channel HRGiger Creator/HRGiger there, 2K. The intentional resemblance to a pregnant woman does not help AT ALL.


** And even then, as noted on the FridgeBrilliance page, [[spoiler:there is subtle evidence that the third scientist you meet is a traitor, so even this ruthless action is somewhat justifiable.]]


* Shadowtrap. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he was treated by nearly every single major and minor character ever seen in the series, and [[spoiler: is the true manifestation of VaultHunter.EXE]] The fact that this ''thing'' was lying just under the surface of the mind of the most cheerful robot to be ever created, waiting for a chance to take over, is just terrifying. It's strongly implied that if Shadowtrap had succeeded in capturing the H-source code, Handsome Jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems, and given how hardy Claptrap is in Borderlands 2, and how utterly frustrating the boss fight was, it's very likely Shadowtrap ''cannot be put down.''

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* Shadowtrap. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he was treated by nearly every single major and minor character ever seen in the series, and [[spoiler: is the true manifestation of VaultHunter.EXE]] [=VaultHunter.EXE=]]] The fact that this ''thing'' was lying just under the surface of the mind of the most cheerful robot to be ever created, waiting for a chance to take over, is just terrifying. It's strongly implied that if Shadowtrap had succeeded in capturing the H-source code, Handsome Jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems, and given how hardy Claptrap is in Borderlands 2, and how utterly frustrating the final parts of the boss fight was, (listed under ThatOneBoss on the YMMV page) were, it's very likely Shadowtrap ''cannot be put down.''


* SH4D0W-TP. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he's treated, and [[spoiler: is the true manifestation of VaultHunter.EXE]] the fact that this thing was lying just under the surface of Claptrap's mind, waiting for a chance to take over, is terrifying. It's strongly implied that if SH4D0W-TP had succeeded in capturing the H-source code Handsome jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems.

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* SH4D0W-TP.Shadowtrap. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he's treated, he was treated by nearly every single major and minor character ever seen in the series, and [[spoiler: is the true manifestation of VaultHunter.EXE]] the The fact that this thing ''thing'' was lying just under the surface of Claptrap's mind, the mind of the most cheerful robot to be ever created, waiting for a chance to take over, is just terrifying. It's strongly implied that if SH4D0W-TP Shadowtrap had succeeded in capturing the H-source code code, Handsome jack Jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems.problems, and given how hardy Claptrap is in Borderlands 2, and how utterly frustrating the boss fight was, it's very likely Shadowtrap ''cannot be put down.''


* In Stanton's Liver, if you clear the cave of Torks and a Swagman, you can go through a small tunnel to find an Eridian monolith. You'll fight off the Armoured Outlaws, grab the loot, and head towards the monolith...[[spoiler: and get a cutscene of disturbing alien writings and freaky noises.]]

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* In Stanton's Liver, if you clear the cave of Torks and a Swagman, you can go through a small tunnel to find an Eridian monolith. You'll fight off the Armoured Outlaws, grab the loot, and head towards the monolith...[[spoiler: and get a cutscene of disturbing alien writings and freaky noises.]]]]
* SH4D0W-TP. Full stop. This piece of malware within Claptrap's mind is introduced Hannibal Lecter style, is the representation of Claptrap's hatred caused by how horribly he's treated, and [[spoiler: is the true manifestation of VaultHunter.EXE]] the fact that this thing was lying just under the surface of Claptrap's mind, waiting for a chance to take over, is terrifying. It's strongly implied that if SH4D0W-TP had succeeded in capturing the H-source code Handsome jack would have been the least of the galaxy's problems.


* The holographic portrait of Maxim Turner, founder of the Hyperion Corporation, found in the Hyperion Hub of Heroism. Aside from his very deliberate SlasherSmile, the moving scanlines on the hologram distort his face enough to make it seem like his face is ''melting''.

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* The holographic portrait of Maxim Turner, founder of the Hyperion Corporation, found in the Hyperion Hub of Heroism. Aside from his very deliberate SlasherSmile, the moving scanlines on the hologram distort his face enough to make it seem like his face is ''melting''.''melting''.
* In Stanton's Liver, if you clear the cave of Torks and a Swagman, you can go through a small tunnel to find an Eridian monolith. You'll fight off the Armoured Outlaws, grab the loot, and head towards the monolith...[[spoiler: and get a cutscene of disturbing alien writings and freaky noises.]]

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**Alternately, several scenes earlier in the game indicate Jack was never planning to reconcile with Tassiter, even if the board decided to bring him back on board. From the moment he was fired Jack was planning to be brought back into the Hyperion power structure - "And when I take Helios back with an army of badass robots I'll be unfired so fast it will make Tassiter's pedo mustache spin off hs gross ugly face," - But his interactions with Tassiter also make clear that these two will never be working together. Because Jack doesnt plan for Tassiter to be around after he is 'un-fired'.


** In other words, the culmination of Jack's rise to power and murder of Tassiter wasn't because Jack was ambitious or ruthless. It was because Tassiter picked the wrong moment to ''annoy'' Jack. It really does fit with how Jack would casually murder people for the smallest transgressions such as disagreeing with the decision to build Opportunity or mentioning his wife.

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** In other words, the culmination of Jack's rise to power and murder of Tassiter wasn't because Jack was ambitious or ruthless. It was because Tassiter picked the wrong moment to ''annoy'' Jack. It really does fit with how Jack would casually murder people for the smallest transgressions such as disagreeing with the decision to build Opportunity or mentioning his wife.wife.
* The holographic portrait of Maxim Turner, founder of the Hyperion Corporation, found in the Hyperion Hub of Heroism. Aside from his very deliberate SlasherSmile, the moving scanlines on the hologram distort his face enough to make it seem like his face is ''melting''.

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