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#1487297 - I looked up the "ghost lady" and it never confirms s…  [+] (5 replies) 09/09/2016 on Video Games 0
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#1487299 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
They're useless as a game mechanic
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#1487298 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
>Tattoo is described as magic
>Tattoo acts magical
"nuh uh it's a game mechanic"
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#1487301 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Described by highly superstitious tribal who regularly intake halucinagins. Yeah, their word is viable.

The skill tattoos are entirely game mechanics. As in they are completely optional. You get two more lines, but those are actually acknowledged by others and were put on Jason by Dennis and citra.

Don't try to avoid all the shit pointing to hallucinations. Most of it is clearly hallucinating. One or two aren't as clear as others, but still most likely the result of hallucinating from constantly being drugged. You're trying to search for any undeniable evidence and all you have is a gameplay mechanic.

Again, why are you trying to derail the whole conversation?
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#1487302 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
"Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it"
"Nuh uh"
"I mean maybe it's open to interpretation"
"Nuh uh"
Don't be doing this cause I gotta leech

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#1487324 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Rather than do a mock argument, why not find things that are undeniable? Anything. Don't debate if you can't give supporting facts.
#1487277 - I didn't really read any files, but I would imagine it's all s…  [+] (9 replies) 09/09/2016 on Video Games 0
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#1487295 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The ghost lady isn't citra, it's a ghost from a side mission
>If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.
That is literally why he put them on you
>Disregarding accurate predictions of the future
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#1487297 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I looked up the "ghost lady" and it never confirms she's a ghost. All you have to go on is the guy who thinks there isn't an old lady in town.

"That is literally why he put them on you"
That isn't even a logical response. You're attempting to over analyze a game mechanic. I guess gta is magic based too because the barbers can grow characters hair and give them beards. They probably realized it would have been tedious to have to go to someone to put the tattoos on you so they added it as an automatic thing.

Which accurate visions? You mean the very vague dreams?

I'll ask again, what parts that are mystical aren't drug related?

I also looked up the being stabbed in the heart thing. that actually happens in one of the endings and you fucking die. Jason doesn't live through that. It was pretty obvious. If you think that because you're free to roam after the end, you'd be wrong. It's just a gameplay mechanic. You'd still be able to do it if you did the other ending where you leave and go home.

You're also trying to derail the whole point of the original comments. The fact that the rakyat warriors being fucking useless.
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#1487299 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
They're useless as a game mechanic
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#1487298 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
>Tattoo is described as magic
>Tattoo acts magical
"nuh uh it's a game mechanic"
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#1487301 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Described by highly superstitious tribal who regularly intake halucinagins. Yeah, their word is viable.

The skill tattoos are entirely game mechanics. As in they are completely optional. You get two more lines, but those are actually acknowledged by others and were put on Jason by Dennis and citra.

Don't try to avoid all the shit pointing to hallucinations. Most of it is clearly hallucinating. One or two aren't as clear as others, but still most likely the result of hallucinating from constantly being drugged. You're trying to search for any undeniable evidence and all you have is a gameplay mechanic.

Again, why are you trying to derail the whole conversation?
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#1487302 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
"Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it"
"Nuh uh"
"I mean maybe it's open to interpretation"
"Nuh uh"
Don't be doing this cause I gotta leech

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#1487324 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Rather than do a mock argument, why not find things that are undeniable? Anything. Don't debate if you can't give supporting facts.
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#1487294 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
And some of the soldier guys
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#1487293 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The files are from scientists
#1487264 - I'd still say it's far more likely to be a hallucination consi…  [+] (11 replies) 09/09/2016 on Video Games 0
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#1487267 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
A lot of files in the game hint that there's weird magic shit and there's a lot of mention about something about the islands being unnatural
And the magical tattoo
And the fact that Jason literally receives accurate visions of the future
And that ghost lady
And the magic shit that happens without drugs being involved
Also that time Jason straight up got stabbed in the heart
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#1487277 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I didn't really read any files, but I would imagine it's all superstitions. In case you haven't noticed, the rakyat are extremely superstitious. They constantly take hallucination drugs and hang out in ancient temples with cryptic hieroglyphics. Of course they're going to hallucinate weird shit.

The tattoos aren't magic. It's a game mechanic. If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.

The "vision" he saw was of the CIA guy. He likely saw him somewhere and he dreamed it up. It happens in real life all the time. All the people you see in your dreams that you don't know, you've actually seen them before and your brain uses them for dreams.

What ghost lady? Citra?

Again, Jason is constantly on hallucinating drugs throughout the game. Constant use likely would affect his perception of events. What parts are you referring to that aren't drug related?

I don't remember him being stabbed in the heart, when was this?
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#1487295 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The ghost lady isn't citra, it's a ghost from a side mission
>If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.
That is literally why he put them on you
>Disregarding accurate predictions of the future
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#1487297 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I looked up the "ghost lady" and it never confirms she's a ghost. All you have to go on is the guy who thinks there isn't an old lady in town.

"That is literally why he put them on you"
That isn't even a logical response. You're attempting to over analyze a game mechanic. I guess gta is magic based too because the barbers can grow characters hair and give them beards. They probably realized it would have been tedious to have to go to someone to put the tattoos on you so they added it as an automatic thing.

Which accurate visions? You mean the very vague dreams?

I'll ask again, what parts that are mystical aren't drug related?

I also looked up the being stabbed in the heart thing. that actually happens in one of the endings and you fucking die. Jason doesn't live through that. It was pretty obvious. If you think that because you're free to roam after the end, you'd be wrong. It's just a gameplay mechanic. You'd still be able to do it if you did the other ending where you leave and go home.

You're also trying to derail the whole point of the original comments. The fact that the rakyat warriors being fucking useless.
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#1487299 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
They're useless as a game mechanic
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#1487298 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
>Tattoo is described as magic
>Tattoo acts magical
"nuh uh it's a game mechanic"
User avatar
#1487301 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Described by highly superstitious tribal who regularly intake halucinagins. Yeah, their word is viable.

The skill tattoos are entirely game mechanics. As in they are completely optional. You get two more lines, but those are actually acknowledged by others and were put on Jason by Dennis and citra.

Don't try to avoid all the shit pointing to hallucinations. Most of it is clearly hallucinating. One or two aren't as clear as others, but still most likely the result of hallucinating from constantly being drugged. You're trying to search for any undeniable evidence and all you have is a gameplay mechanic.

Again, why are you trying to derail the whole conversation?
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#1487302 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
"Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it"
"Nuh uh"
"I mean maybe it's open to interpretation"
"Nuh uh"
Don't be doing this cause I gotta leech

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#1487324 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Rather than do a mock argument, why not find things that are undeniable? Anything. Don't debate if you can't give supporting facts.
User avatar
#1487294 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
And some of the soldier guys
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#1487293 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The files are from scientists
#1487222 - There isn't magic in 3. It's vivid hallucinations. The closest…  [+] (13 replies) 09/09/2016 on Video Games 0
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#1487252 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
That's open to interpretation
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#1487264 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I'd still say it's far more likely to be a hallucination considering Jason is constantly drugged.
-inhaling mushroom spores while getting mushrooms for the doc.
-literally drinking poison from citra multiple times.
-taking the pills that doc gives you to remember the club.
-Vaas' fight is definitely drug related.
-Hoyt's probably is drug related too.

I'm probably missing few, but with the plentiful drug filled situations it's almost definitely all hallucinations. There isn't really anything that says it's magic or let alone suggest it. Just Jason seeing it have an aura(which I'm pretty sure Buck never saw it so again it's likely only Jason could see it on account of all the hallucinating drugs).
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#1487267 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
A lot of files in the game hint that there's weird magic shit and there's a lot of mention about something about the islands being unnatural
And the magical tattoo
And the fact that Jason literally receives accurate visions of the future
And that ghost lady
And the magic shit that happens without drugs being involved
Also that time Jason straight up got stabbed in the heart
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#1487277 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I didn't really read any files, but I would imagine it's all superstitions. In case you haven't noticed, the rakyat are extremely superstitious. They constantly take hallucination drugs and hang out in ancient temples with cryptic hieroglyphics. Of course they're going to hallucinate weird shit.

The tattoos aren't magic. It's a game mechanic. If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.

The "vision" he saw was of the CIA guy. He likely saw him somewhere and he dreamed it up. It happens in real life all the time. All the people you see in your dreams that you don't know, you've actually seen them before and your brain uses them for dreams.

What ghost lady? Citra?

Again, Jason is constantly on hallucinating drugs throughout the game. Constant use likely would affect his perception of events. What parts are you referring to that aren't drug related?

I don't remember him being stabbed in the heart, when was this?
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#1487295 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The ghost lady isn't citra, it's a ghost from a side mission
>If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.
That is literally why he put them on you
>Disregarding accurate predictions of the future
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#1487297 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I looked up the "ghost lady" and it never confirms she's a ghost. All you have to go on is the guy who thinks there isn't an old lady in town.

"That is literally why he put them on you"
That isn't even a logical response. You're attempting to over analyze a game mechanic. I guess gta is magic based too because the barbers can grow characters hair and give them beards. They probably realized it would have been tedious to have to go to someone to put the tattoos on you so they added it as an automatic thing.

Which accurate visions? You mean the very vague dreams?

I'll ask again, what parts that are mystical aren't drug related?

I also looked up the being stabbed in the heart thing. that actually happens in one of the endings and you fucking die. Jason doesn't live through that. It was pretty obvious. If you think that because you're free to roam after the end, you'd be wrong. It's just a gameplay mechanic. You'd still be able to do it if you did the other ending where you leave and go home.

You're also trying to derail the whole point of the original comments. The fact that the rakyat warriors being fucking useless.
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#1487299 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
They're useless as a game mechanic
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#1487298 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
>Tattoo is described as magic
>Tattoo acts magical
"nuh uh it's a game mechanic"
User avatar
#1487301 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Described by highly superstitious tribal who regularly intake halucinagins. Yeah, their word is viable.

The skill tattoos are entirely game mechanics. As in they are completely optional. You get two more lines, but those are actually acknowledged by others and were put on Jason by Dennis and citra.

Don't try to avoid all the shit pointing to hallucinations. Most of it is clearly hallucinating. One or two aren't as clear as others, but still most likely the result of hallucinating from constantly being drugged. You're trying to search for any undeniable evidence and all you have is a gameplay mechanic.

Again, why are you trying to derail the whole conversation?
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#1487302 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
"Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it"
"Nuh uh"
"I mean maybe it's open to interpretation"
"Nuh uh"
Don't be doing this cause I gotta leech

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#1487324 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Rather than do a mock argument, why not find things that are undeniable? Anything. Don't debate if you can't give supporting facts.
User avatar
#1487294 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
And some of the soldier guys
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#1487293 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The files are from scientists
#1487078 - Nothing says it can't be at least somewhat believable. Is ther…  [+] (17 replies) 09/08/2016 on Video Games 0
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#1487084 - desacabose (09/08/2016) [-]
Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it
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#1487222 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
There isn't magic in 3. It's vivid hallucinations. The closest thing to magic was the key items used to find the dagger, but it was most likely a hallucination from all the shit Jason was on. Hell, they could have been coated in something and Jason could have inhaled it.
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#1487252 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
That's open to interpretation
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#1487264 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I'd still say it's far more likely to be a hallucination considering Jason is constantly drugged.
-inhaling mushroom spores while getting mushrooms for the doc.
-literally drinking poison from citra multiple times.
-taking the pills that doc gives you to remember the club.
-Vaas' fight is definitely drug related.
-Hoyt's probably is drug related too.

I'm probably missing few, but with the plentiful drug filled situations it's almost definitely all hallucinations. There isn't really anything that says it's magic or let alone suggest it. Just Jason seeing it have an aura(which I'm pretty sure Buck never saw it so again it's likely only Jason could see it on account of all the hallucinating drugs).
User avatar
#1487267 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
A lot of files in the game hint that there's weird magic shit and there's a lot of mention about something about the islands being unnatural
And the magical tattoo
And the fact that Jason literally receives accurate visions of the future
And that ghost lady
And the magic shit that happens without drugs being involved
Also that time Jason straight up got stabbed in the heart
User avatar
#1487277 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I didn't really read any files, but I would imagine it's all superstitions. In case you haven't noticed, the rakyat are extremely superstitious. They constantly take hallucination drugs and hang out in ancient temples with cryptic hieroglyphics. Of course they're going to hallucinate weird shit.

The tattoos aren't magic. It's a game mechanic. If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.

The "vision" he saw was of the CIA guy. He likely saw him somewhere and he dreamed it up. It happens in real life all the time. All the people you see in your dreams that you don't know, you've actually seen them before and your brain uses them for dreams.

What ghost lady? Citra?

Again, Jason is constantly on hallucinating drugs throughout the game. Constant use likely would affect his perception of events. What parts are you referring to that aren't drug related?

I don't remember him being stabbed in the heart, when was this?
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#1487295 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The ghost lady isn't citra, it's a ghost from a side mission
>If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.
That is literally why he put them on you
>Disregarding accurate predictions of the future
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#1487297 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I looked up the "ghost lady" and it never confirms she's a ghost. All you have to go on is the guy who thinks there isn't an old lady in town.

"That is literally why he put them on you"
That isn't even a logical response. You're attempting to over analyze a game mechanic. I guess gta is magic based too because the barbers can grow characters hair and give them beards. They probably realized it would have been tedious to have to go to someone to put the tattoos on you so they added it as an automatic thing.

Which accurate visions? You mean the very vague dreams?

I'll ask again, what parts that are mystical aren't drug related?

I also looked up the being stabbed in the heart thing. that actually happens in one of the endings and you fucking die. Jason doesn't live through that. It was pretty obvious. If you think that because you're free to roam after the end, you'd be wrong. It's just a gameplay mechanic. You'd still be able to do it if you did the other ending where you leave and go home.

You're also trying to derail the whole point of the original comments. The fact that the rakyat warriors being fucking useless.
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#1487299 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
They're useless as a game mechanic
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#1487298 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
>Tattoo is described as magic
>Tattoo acts magical
"nuh uh it's a game mechanic"
User avatar
#1487301 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Described by highly superstitious tribal who regularly intake halucinagins. Yeah, their word is viable.

The skill tattoos are entirely game mechanics. As in they are completely optional. You get two more lines, but those are actually acknowledged by others and were put on Jason by Dennis and citra.

Don't try to avoid all the shit pointing to hallucinations. Most of it is clearly hallucinating. One or two aren't as clear as others, but still most likely the result of hallucinating from constantly being drugged. You're trying to search for any undeniable evidence and all you have is a gameplay mechanic.

Again, why are you trying to derail the whole conversation?
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#1487302 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
"Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it"
"Nuh uh"
"I mean maybe it's open to interpretation"
"Nuh uh"
Don't be doing this cause I gotta leech

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#1487324 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Rather than do a mock argument, why not find things that are undeniable? Anything. Don't debate if you can't give supporting facts.
User avatar
#1487294 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
And some of the soldier guys
User avatar
#1487293 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The files are from scientists
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#1487093 - Gonnafly (09/08/2016) [-]
Suspension of disbelief
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#1487269 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
Suspension of this dick if you get my dick
#1487072 - Maybe because I like immersion and something resembling realis…  [+] (22 replies) 09/08/2016 on Video Games 0
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#1487087 - yeorgh (09/08/2016) [-]
You dont get it, its the tatau, thats the answer to everything
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#1487088 - yeorgh (09/08/2016) [-]
It's like nano machines but more magic.
#1487075 - desacabose (09/08/2016) [-]
>A videogame isn't realistic
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#1487078 - wertologist (09/08/2016) [-]
Nothing says it can't be at least somewhat believable. Is there some secret law somewhere that says no games can attempt to be a little realistic?
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#1487084 - desacabose (09/08/2016) [-]
Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it
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#1487222 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
There isn't magic in 3. It's vivid hallucinations. The closest thing to magic was the key items used to find the dagger, but it was most likely a hallucination from all the shit Jason was on. Hell, they could have been coated in something and Jason could have inhaled it.
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#1487252 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
That's open to interpretation
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#1487264 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I'd still say it's far more likely to be a hallucination considering Jason is constantly drugged.
-inhaling mushroom spores while getting mushrooms for the doc.
-literally drinking poison from citra multiple times.
-taking the pills that doc gives you to remember the club.
-Vaas' fight is definitely drug related.
-Hoyt's probably is drug related too.

I'm probably missing few, but with the plentiful drug filled situations it's almost definitely all hallucinations. There isn't really anything that says it's magic or let alone suggest it. Just Jason seeing it have an aura(which I'm pretty sure Buck never saw it so again it's likely only Jason could see it on account of all the hallucinating drugs).
User avatar
#1487267 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
A lot of files in the game hint that there's weird magic shit and there's a lot of mention about something about the islands being unnatural
And the magical tattoo
And the fact that Jason literally receives accurate visions of the future
And that ghost lady
And the magic shit that happens without drugs being involved
Also that time Jason straight up got stabbed in the heart
User avatar
#1487277 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I didn't really read any files, but I would imagine it's all superstitions. In case you haven't noticed, the rakyat are extremely superstitious. They constantly take hallucination drugs and hang out in ancient temples with cryptic hieroglyphics. Of course they're going to hallucinate weird shit.

The tattoos aren't magic. It's a game mechanic. If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.

The "vision" he saw was of the CIA guy. He likely saw him somewhere and he dreamed it up. It happens in real life all the time. All the people you see in your dreams that you don't know, you've actually seen them before and your brain uses them for dreams.

What ghost lady? Citra?

Again, Jason is constantly on hallucinating drugs throughout the game. Constant use likely would affect his perception of events. What parts are you referring to that aren't drug related?

I don't remember him being stabbed in the heart, when was this?
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#1487295 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The ghost lady isn't citra, it's a ghost from a side mission
>If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.
That is literally why he put them on you
>Disregarding accurate predictions of the future
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#1487297 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I looked up the "ghost lady" and it never confirms she's a ghost. All you have to go on is the guy who thinks there isn't an old lady in town.

"That is literally why he put them on you"
That isn't even a logical response. You're attempting to over analyze a game mechanic. I guess gta is magic based too because the barbers can grow characters hair and give them beards. They probably realized it would have been tedious to have to go to someone to put the tattoos on you so they added it as an automatic thing.

Which accurate visions? You mean the very vague dreams?

I'll ask again, what parts that are mystical aren't drug related?

I also looked up the being stabbed in the heart thing. that actually happens in one of the endings and you fucking die. Jason doesn't live through that. It was pretty obvious. If you think that because you're free to roam after the end, you'd be wrong. It's just a gameplay mechanic. You'd still be able to do it if you did the other ending where you leave and go home.

You're also trying to derail the whole point of the original comments. The fact that the rakyat warriors being fucking useless.
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#1487299 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
They're useless as a game mechanic
User avatar
#1487298 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
>Tattoo is described as magic
>Tattoo acts magical
"nuh uh it's a game mechanic"
User avatar
#1487301 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Described by highly superstitious tribal who regularly intake halucinagins. Yeah, their word is viable.

The skill tattoos are entirely game mechanics. As in they are completely optional. You get two more lines, but those are actually acknowledged by others and were put on Jason by Dennis and citra.

Don't try to avoid all the shit pointing to hallucinations. Most of it is clearly hallucinating. One or two aren't as clear as others, but still most likely the result of hallucinating from constantly being drugged. You're trying to search for any undeniable evidence and all you have is a gameplay mechanic.

Again, why are you trying to derail the whole conversation?
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#1487302 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
"Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it"
"Nuh uh"
"I mean maybe it's open to interpretation"
"Nuh uh"
Don't be doing this cause I gotta leech

User avatar
#1487324 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Rather than do a mock argument, why not find things that are undeniable? Anything. Don't debate if you can't give supporting facts.
User avatar
#1487294 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
And some of the soldier guys
User avatar
#1487293 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The files are from scientists
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#1487093 - Gonnafly (09/08/2016) [-]
Suspension of disbelief
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#1487269 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
Suspension of this dick if you get my dick
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#1487073 - wertologist (09/08/2016) [-]
Rakyat*, not racist. I hate auto-correct.
#1487048 - They could at least help raid outposts. They send you to Vaas'…  [+] (24 replies) 09/08/2016 on Video Games 0
#1487051 - desacabose (09/08/2016) [-]
"I want to play Far Cry 3 with AI partners instead of being a lone wolf"
Why though
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#1487072 - wertologist (09/08/2016) [-]
Maybe because I like immersion and something resembling realism? It's not imersive when the racist literally do nothing but sit at outposts. It's also not believable that a rich boy who never held a gun somehow kills an entire army single-handedly.

They don't do a damn thing and even charge you for guns and ammo despite you single-handedly liberating their entire island from pirates, slavers, and an entire private army.

It's not ridiculous to ask them to throw a few in some missions. They're equivalent to Toad guards from Mario. They look like they should be able to do shit, but they expect you to do everything by yourself.
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#1487087 - yeorgh (09/08/2016) [-]
You dont get it, its the tatau, thats the answer to everything
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#1487088 - yeorgh (09/08/2016) [-]
It's like nano machines but more magic.
#1487075 - desacabose (09/08/2016) [-]
>A videogame isn't realistic
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#1487078 - wertologist (09/08/2016) [-]
Nothing says it can't be at least somewhat believable. Is there some secret law somewhere that says no games can attempt to be a little realistic?
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#1487084 - desacabose (09/08/2016) [-]
Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it
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#1487222 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
There isn't magic in 3. It's vivid hallucinations. The closest thing to magic was the key items used to find the dagger, but it was most likely a hallucination from all the shit Jason was on. Hell, they could have been coated in something and Jason could have inhaled it.
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#1487252 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
That's open to interpretation
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#1487264 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I'd still say it's far more likely to be a hallucination considering Jason is constantly drugged.
-inhaling mushroom spores while getting mushrooms for the doc.
-literally drinking poison from citra multiple times.
-taking the pills that doc gives you to remember the club.
-Vaas' fight is definitely drug related.
-Hoyt's probably is drug related too.

I'm probably missing few, but with the plentiful drug filled situations it's almost definitely all hallucinations. There isn't really anything that says it's magic or let alone suggest it. Just Jason seeing it have an aura(which I'm pretty sure Buck never saw it so again it's likely only Jason could see it on account of all the hallucinating drugs).
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#1487267 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
A lot of files in the game hint that there's weird magic shit and there's a lot of mention about something about the islands being unnatural
And the magical tattoo
And the fact that Jason literally receives accurate visions of the future
And that ghost lady
And the magic shit that happens without drugs being involved
Also that time Jason straight up got stabbed in the heart
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#1487277 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I didn't really read any files, but I would imagine it's all superstitions. In case you haven't noticed, the rakyat are extremely superstitious. They constantly take hallucination drugs and hang out in ancient temples with cryptic hieroglyphics. Of course they're going to hallucinate weird shit.

The tattoos aren't magic. It's a game mechanic. If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.

The "vision" he saw was of the CIA guy. He likely saw him somewhere and he dreamed it up. It happens in real life all the time. All the people you see in your dreams that you don't know, you've actually seen them before and your brain uses them for dreams.

What ghost lady? Citra?

Again, Jason is constantly on hallucinating drugs throughout the game. Constant use likely would affect his perception of events. What parts are you referring to that aren't drug related?

I don't remember him being stabbed in the heart, when was this?
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#1487295 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The ghost lady isn't citra, it's a ghost from a side mission
>If they were magic, Denis wouldn't have had to put them on you.
That is literally why he put them on you
>Disregarding accurate predictions of the future
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#1487297 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
I looked up the "ghost lady" and it never confirms she's a ghost. All you have to go on is the guy who thinks there isn't an old lady in town.

"That is literally why he put them on you"
That isn't even a logical response. You're attempting to over analyze a game mechanic. I guess gta is magic based too because the barbers can grow characters hair and give them beards. They probably realized it would have been tedious to have to go to someone to put the tattoos on you so they added it as an automatic thing.

Which accurate visions? You mean the very vague dreams?

I'll ask again, what parts that are mystical aren't drug related?

I also looked up the being stabbed in the heart thing. that actually happens in one of the endings and you fucking die. Jason doesn't live through that. It was pretty obvious. If you think that because you're free to roam after the end, you'd be wrong. It's just a gameplay mechanic. You'd still be able to do it if you did the other ending where you leave and go home.

You're also trying to derail the whole point of the original comments. The fact that the rakyat warriors being fucking useless.
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#1487299 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
They're useless as a game mechanic
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#1487298 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
>Tattoo is described as magic
>Tattoo acts magical
"nuh uh it's a game mechanic"
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#1487301 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Described by highly superstitious tribal who regularly intake halucinagins. Yeah, their word is viable.

The skill tattoos are entirely game mechanics. As in they are completely optional. You get two more lines, but those are actually acknowledged by others and were put on Jason by Dennis and citra.

Don't try to avoid all the shit pointing to hallucinations. Most of it is clearly hallucinating. One or two aren't as clear as others, but still most likely the result of hallucinating from constantly being drugged. You're trying to search for any undeniable evidence and all you have is a gameplay mechanic.

Again, why are you trying to derail the whole conversation?
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#1487302 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
"Far Cry 3 literally has magic in it"
"Nuh uh"
"I mean maybe it's open to interpretation"
"Nuh uh"
Don't be doing this cause I gotta leech

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#1487324 - wertologist (09/09/2016) [-]
Rather than do a mock argument, why not find things that are undeniable? Anything. Don't debate if you can't give supporting facts.
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#1487294 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
And some of the soldier guys
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#1487293 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
The files are from scientists
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#1487093 - Gonnafly (09/08/2016) [-]
Suspension of disbelief
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#1487269 - desacabose (09/09/2016) [-]
Suspension of this dick if you get my dick
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#1487073 - wertologist (09/08/2016) [-]
Rakyat*, not racist. I hate auto-correct.