Ł☼ςʞ'ϞŁ☼∂ᶑ 2013. szept. 5. @ du. 5:52
Talion A.D. (Caution: Spoilers)
What did you end up doing for this mission?

Personally, I let him go. Here's why:

I felt that the reason the developers included SO much inquiry into the choices you have available when confronting Talion that there had to be a valid reason for it. I suspected as much from the outset, and I feel I was correct in my assessment.

So, rather than just do another quick take-down and be done, I chose all the [Inquire] buttons to obtain a more complete picture of his rationale, and, yes, I concluded he's justifiied in rebelling against his "controllers" for double-crossing him. I absolutely believe that.

And I doubt he intends to target innocent people with his military-level augments. He's not that kind of "rogue". He seems to emphasize, rather, that he is reserving his wrath only for certain, key "higher-up" individuals. It was classic Rambo thinking.

In fact, if you've had a chance to research any of this stuff, you would know that such double-crossing happens A LOT in the real-world military / Black Ops realm. Anyone that's had access to or done classified for the gov't work knows this full well. Many have witnessed friends and family be murdered by the "higher-ups" (a.k.a "secret gov't") for violating secrecy oaths -- or for just knowing too much...


What's your take?
Legutóbb szerkesztette: Ł☼ςʞ'ϞŁ☼∂ᶑ; 2013. szept. 6. @ du. 12:14
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*O Teri* 2013. szept. 6. @ de. 8:58 
let him go... cause what he said is the truth "power corrupts" and as far as war is concerned it became a "privatized affair" post ww2
Ł☼ςʞ'ϞŁ☼∂ᶑ 2013. szept. 6. @ du. 12:16 
KamikazE eredeti hozzászólása:
let him go... cause what he said is the truth "power corrupts" and as far as war is concerned it became a "privatized affair" post ww2

Correct.
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