Shocktart wrote:I want theories as to why anyone would want their stories to conclude with the events of Rubicon.
Shocktart wrote:Rubicon is a scenario that I've noticed a few third party scenarios have loosely connected their plots to the plot of Rubicon, I want theories as to why anyone would want their stories to conclude with the events of Rubicon.
Rubicon the most dower, depressing, and awful story with no happy ending.
RyokoTK wrote:Like, how am I going to write something that leads into Eternal?
Pfhorrest wrote:I think Shocktart is suggesting that the Thoth side of Durandal-Thoth would be inclined to do that, but that Rubicon ignores the Durandal-Thoth merger so...
Shocktart wrote:I can at least understand why, to acknowledge the Thoth-Durandal AI is to acknowledge that the Player is a mass murderer that does whatever authority tells him to do without question or protest.
General-RADIX wrote:Was it really submission? "Lazarus ex Machina" reveals that the SO held onto Durandal's primal pattern somehow and eventually reactivated him; perhaps that was part of the SO's end goal. Completely neutralize all probable threats to humanity by temporarily switching sides, taking out the Dangi Corp. and robbing the Pfhor of their cloned AIs, and then, uh, breaking Durandal. (Suffering Plank, more like)
Maybe the SO figured that, after all the mess outlined above, he'd be in a better position to talk to Durandal about important painful stuff, and all the mistakes Durandal made in the Pfhor Plank (and/or the questionable decision to hang onto Achilles)? Perhaps someone could give Steve Levinson (that Plank's author, I think) a call and ask what he had in mind there.
Note that, in general, I assume the Security Officer to be a lot smarter than Durandal (and Tycho) likes to insinuate.
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