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** Main reason(after death of his nephew) why Dominic Lockhart tries to shut Nanosuit program down is that human inside it basically reduced to wetware. Emotions can be suppressed and replaced, actual orders and movements of soldier can be ignored and system can run itself even if body inside it is dead.

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** Main reason(after reason (after death of his nephew) why Dominic Lockhart tries to shut Nanosuit program down is that human inside it basically reduced to wetware. Emotions can be suppressed and replaced, actual orders and movements of soldier can be ignored and system can run itself even if body inside it is dead.


** The woman you come across in ''Seat of Power''. She's in an abandoned evac center, surrounded by rotting corpses who may have been her friends or family. Blood (or something worse) is dripping from her mouth, and she'd holding her own dissolving internal organs in and speaking in a soft, raspy voice;

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** The woman you come across in ''Seat of Power''. She's alone in an abandoned evac center, surrounded by rotting corpses who may have been her friends or family. Blood (or something worse) is dripping from her mouth, and she'd she's holding her own dissolving internal organs in her hands and speaking in a soft, raspy voice;



* One of CELL's interview subjects in ''Crysis: Legion'' is a quarantined woman who ran into Alcatraz on the streets of New York with her daughter. The writer of the interview notes, in medical terminology, that the woman's [[EyeScream eyes have rotted away]] and been replaced by fleshy alien tissue that's spreading over her face and will probably kill her in a matter of hours. Even worse, because of the MindScrew effects of the virus, she can't even recognize [[spoiler:the sound of her own daughter screaming and dying down the hall, only remarking 'Oh, the screaming stopped.' with relief.]]

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* One of CELL's interview subjects in ''Crysis: Legion'' is a quarantined woman who ran into Alcatraz on the streets of New York with her daughter. The writer of the interview notes, in medical terminology, that the woman's [[EyeScream eyes have rotted away]] and been away]], replaced by fleshy alien tissue that's spreading over her face and will probably kill her in a matter of hours. Even worse, because of the MindScrew effects of the virus, she can't even recognize [[spoiler:the sound of her own daughter screaming and dying down the hall, only remarking 'Oh, the screaming stopped.' with relief.]]


* Near the end of Crysis 3, the Alpha Ceph successfully opens the wormhole to Triangulum, and a massive Mothership (A full-blown [[LivingShip main Ceph]]) starts passing through it. Only the [[KillSat Archangel]] can destroy it, and if Prophet fails to kill it before it can fully enter orbit, the Ceph Mothership will burn the Earth to cinders with its WaveMotionGun. This was just a glimpse of how powerful the main Ceph race is. If there are other games in the series, what the hell will humanity do if the Ceph return? What if it isn't just one warship, but thousands?

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* Near the end of Crysis 3, the Alpha Ceph successfully opens the wormhole to Triangulum, and a massive Mothership (A full-blown [[LivingShip main homeworld Ceph]]) starts passing through it. Only the [[KillSat Archangel]] can destroy it, and if Prophet fails to kill it before it can fully enter orbit, the Ceph Mothership will burn the Earth to cinders with its WaveMotionGun. This was just a glimpse of how powerful the main Ceph race is. are. If there are other more games in the series, what the hell will humanity do if the Ceph return? What if it isn't just one warship, Mothership, but thousands?


* Near the end of Crysis 3, the Alpha Ceph successfully opens the wormhole to Andromeda, and a massive Mothership (A full-blown [[LivingShip Triangulum Ceph]]) starts passing through it. Only the [[KillSat Archangel]] can destroy it, and if Prophet fails to kill it before it can fully enter orbit, the Ceph Mothership will burn the Earth to cinders with its WaveMotionGun. This was just a glimpse of how powerful the main Ceph race is. If there are other games in the series, what the hell will humanity do if the Ceph return? What if it isn't just one warship, but thousands?

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* Near the end of Crysis 3, the Alpha Ceph successfully opens the wormhole to Andromeda, Triangulum, and a massive Mothership (A full-blown [[LivingShip Triangulum main Ceph]]) starts passing through it. Only the [[KillSat Archangel]] can destroy it, and if Prophet fails to kill it before it can fully enter orbit, the Ceph Mothership will burn the Earth to cinders with its WaveMotionGun. This was just a glimpse of how powerful the main Ceph race is. If there are other games in the series, what the hell will humanity do if the Ceph return? What if it isn't just one warship, but thousands?


* In ''Legion'', Alcatraz casually brushes over killing CELL forces by the dozen. He barely even seems to think of them as human. What's the suit doing to his moral compass?

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* In ''Legion'', Alcatraz casually brushes over killing CELL forces by the dozen. He barely even seems to think of them as human. What's the suit doing to his moral compass?compass?
* Near the end of Crysis 3, the Alpha Ceph successfully opens the wormhole to Andromeda, and a massive Mothership (A full-blown [[LivingShip Triangulum Ceph]]) starts passing through it. Only the [[KillSat Archangel]] can destroy it, and if Prophet fails to kill it before it can fully enter orbit, the Ceph Mothership will burn the Earth to cinders with its WaveMotionGun. This was just a glimpse of how powerful the main Ceph race is. If there are other games in the series, what the hell will humanity do if the Ceph return? What if it isn't just one warship, but thousands?

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** Main reason(after death of his nephew) why Dominic Lockhart tries to shut Nanosuit program down is that human inside it basically reduced to wetware. Emotions can be suppressed and replaced, actual orders and movements of soldier can be ignored and system can run itself even if body inside it is dead.

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*** At the end of ''Crysis: Legion'' Alcatraz says that lesser spires were just test runs and beta-releases, while the main spire that he hijacked in final chapter was 'mass-production' model that would shoot replicators and affect entire planet.


* One of CELL's interview subjects in ''Crysis: Legion'' is a quarantined woman who ran into Alcatraz on the streets of New York with her daughter. The writer of the interview notes, in medical terminology, that the woman's [[EyeScream eyes have rotted away]] and been replaced by fleshy alien tissue that's spreading over her face and will probably kill her in a matter of hours. Even worse, because of the MindScrew effects of the virus, she can't even recognize [[spoiler:the sound of her own daughter screaming and dying down the hall, only remarking 'Oh, the screaming stopped.' with relief.]]

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* One of CELL's interview subjects in ''Crysis: Legion'' is a quarantined woman who ran into Alcatraz on the streets of New York with her daughter. The writer of the interview notes, in medical terminology, that the woman's [[EyeScream eyes have rotted away]] and been replaced by fleshy alien tissue that's spreading over her face and will probably kill her in a matter of hours. Even worse, because of the MindScrew effects of the virus, she can't even recognize [[spoiler:the sound of her own daughter screaming and dying down the hall, only remarking 'Oh, the screaming stopped.' with relief.]]]]
* In ''Legion'', Alcatraz casually brushes over killing CELL forces by the dozen. He barely even seems to think of them as human. What's the suit doing to his moral compass?


** The woman you come across in ''Seat of Power''. She's in an abandoned evac center, surrounded by rotting corpses who may have been her friends or family, blood (or something worse) dripping from her mouth, holding her dissolving internal organs in and speaking in a soft, raspy voice;

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** The woman you come across in ''Seat of Power''. She's in an abandoned evac center, surrounded by rotting corpses who may have been her friends or family, blood family. Blood (or something worse) is dripping from her mouth, and she'd holding her own dissolving internal organs in and speaking in a soft, raspy voice;



* One of CELL's interview subjects in ''Crysis: Legion'' is a quarantined woman who ran into Alcatraz with her daughter. The writer of the interview notes, in medical terminology, that the woman's [[EyeScream eyes have rotted away]], replaced by fleshy alien tissue that's spreading over her face and will probably kill her in a matter of hours. Even worse, because of the MindScrew effects of the virus, she can't even recognize [[spoiler:the sound of her own daughter screaming and dying down the hall, only remarking 'Oh, the screaming stopped.' with relief.]]

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* One of CELL's interview subjects in ''Crysis: Legion'' is a quarantined woman who ran into Alcatraz on the streets of New York with her daughter. The writer of the interview notes, in medical terminology, that the woman's [[EyeScream eyes have rotted away]], away]] and been replaced by fleshy alien tissue that's spreading over her face and will probably kill her in a matter of hours. Even worse, because of the MindScrew effects of the virus, she can't even recognize [[spoiler:the sound of her own daughter screaming and dying down the hall, only remarking 'Oh, the screaming stopped.' with relief.]]

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** The woman you come across in ''Seat of Power''. She's in an abandoned evac center, surrounded by rotting corpses who may have been her friends or family, blood (or something worse) dripping from her mouth, holding her dissolving internal organs in and speaking in a soft, raspy voice;
--->'''Woman''': It's nothing. I'm not that sick...I'm feeling much better now...


** However, It is commented that, given its lack of contagiousness, as well as the relatively short range of the dispersal spears, the virus might be a sort of "beta" version, undergoing a controlled trial-run in New York in preparation for a worldwide dispersion of the [[FridgeHorror perfected, fully contagious product]] (which could be what the Central Park tower was meant to do).

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** However, It is commented that, given its lack of contagiousness, as well as the relatively short range of the dispersal spears, the virus might be a sort of "beta" version, undergoing a controlled trial-run in New York in preparation for a worldwide dispersion of the [[FridgeHorror perfected, fully contagious product]] (which could be what the Central Park tower was meant to do).do).
** It's even worse in ''Crysis: Legion'', where the virus not only dissolves your body, it affects your mind as well, compelling you to find the nearest Ceph spire and literally bow down in worship and let yourself absorb more of the spore so you'll die and dissolve that much faster, and you won't even realize what's happening.
* One of CELL's interview subjects in ''Crysis: Legion'' is a quarantined woman who ran into Alcatraz with her daughter. The writer of the interview notes, in medical terminology, that the woman's [[EyeScream eyes have rotted away]], replaced by fleshy alien tissue that's spreading over her face and will probably kill her in a matter of hours. Even worse, because of the MindScrew effects of the virus, she can't even recognize [[spoiler:the sound of her own daughter screaming and dying down the hall, only remarking 'Oh, the screaming stopped.' with relief.]]


* The reality of wearing a Nanosuit. While on paper, it seems like a regular powered armor suit, the truth is that it's a symbiote-like device that ''fuses'' with its user (unless if you wear a protective suit that prevents its fusion like with Prophet), turning the person into a HumanoidAbomination.
* The Manhattan Virus: Infectees in their late start getting growths on their lower abdomen and pelvis, and those two die by the disease [[BodyHorror ''melt'']] [[BodyHorror into a reddish-pink goo]]. Luckily, it is not contagious.

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* The reality of wearing a Nanosuit. While on paper, it seems like a regular powered armor suit, the truth is that it's a symbiote-like device that ''fuses'' with its user (unless if you wear a protective suit that prevents its fusion like with Prophet), turning the person into a HumanoidAbomination.
* The Manhattan Virus: Infectees in their late start getting growths on their lower abdomen and pelvis, and those two who die by the disease [[BodyHorror ''melt'']] [[BodyHorror into a reddish-pink goo]]. Luckily, it is not contagious.


* The reality of wearing a Nanosuit. While in reality, it seems like a regular powered armor suit, in reality, it's a symbiote-like device that ''fuses'' with its user (unless if you wear a protective suit that prevents its fusion like with Prophet), turning the person into a HumanoidAbomination.

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* The reality of wearing a Nanosuit. While in reality, on paper, it seems like a regular powered armor suit, in reality, the truth is that it's a symbiote-like device that ''fuses'' with its user (unless if you wear a protective suit that prevents its fusion like with Prophet), turning the person into a HumanoidAbomination.

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* The reality of wearing a Nanosuit. While in reality, it seems like a regular powered armor suit, in reality, it's a symbiote-like device that ''fuses'' with its user (unless if you wear a protective suit that prevents its fusion like with Prophet), turning the person into a HumanoidAbomination.
* The Manhattan Virus: Infectees in their late start getting growths on their lower abdomen and pelvis, and those two die by the disease [[BodyHorror ''melt'']] [[BodyHorror into a reddish-pink goo]]. Luckily, it is not contagious.
** However, It is commented that, given its lack of contagiousness, as well as the relatively short range of the dispersal spears, the virus might be a sort of "beta" version, undergoing a controlled trial-run in New York in preparation for a worldwide dispersion of the [[FridgeHorror perfected, fully contagious product]] (which could be what the Central Park tower was meant to do).

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