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[S҉W҉E] ҉҉P҉ans҉aR

[S҉W҉E] ҉҉P҉ans҉aR

@pansar

I stand loyal to the seventeen segments of the transhuman army from the universal union called the combine empire

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There are about three phases of integration for a loyal citizen, If a citizen likes the promise of better rations, simulated pleasure, higher authority, and other perks, Then they are welcomed into the first stage as a Civil Protection member, They are tasked to keep the order with an iron fist, Depending on how well they perform as a policeman, and if they are loyal enough to perform unethical tasks without question, Then they will be given the option of stage two.

There are about three phases of integration for a loyal citizen, If a citizen likes the promise of better rations, simulated pleasure, higher authority, and other perks, Then they are welcomed into the first stage as a Civil Protection member, They are tasked to keep the order with an iron fist, Depending on how well they perform as a policeman, and if they are loyal enough to perform unethical tasks without question, Then they will be given the option of stage two.

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When you're looking at the Steam Deck you may come across the G-Man easter egg, Well known by this point, We can clearly see that the G-Man is smoking a pipe on the picture, Weird of Valve to give us a tiny Lore piece like this, There are so many questions about him we don't know yet and they decided to Spill the Beans that he is a smoker of all things? This gives us only more questions like what's he smoking?

When you're looking at the Steam Deck you may come across the G-Man easter egg, Well known by this point, We can clearly see that the G-Man is smoking a pipe on the picture, Weird of Valve to give us a tiny Lore piece like this, There are so many questions about him we don't know yet and they decided to Spill the Beans that he is a smoker of all things? This gives us only more questions like what's he smoking?

I recently played through half-life 2 again searching for bits of lore but found this instead, I was in Nova Prospekt, Did I just see a pod passing by upside down? I wondered, maybe it was just a fluke so I waited around, and yet again there it was, I waited around for 100 pods and now I know that you have a 15% chance of seeing this poor dude passing by. Enjoy the gif.

I recently played through half-life 2 again searching for bits of lore but found this instead, I was in Nova Prospekt, Did I just see a pod passing by upside down? I wondered, maybe it was just a fluke so I waited around, and yet again there it was, I waited around for 100 pods and now I know that you have a 15% chance of seeing this poor dude passing by. Enjoy the gif.

This is a piece of interesting lore, In the prequel game Half-Life Alyx, you can find Dr. Wallace Breen on the cover of a tech magazine with a somewhat familiar quote "How the right man in the right place could save us all" Sounds a lot like what Gman says at the opening of Half-Life 2 "The right man in the wrong place can make all the difference in the world" Due to this being a prequel it means that G-Man saw this magazine and twisted Breen's quote before he woke up Dr. Gordon Freeman from his slumber.

This is a piece of interesting lore, In the prequel game Half-Life Alyx, you can find Dr. Wallace Breen on the cover of a tech magazine with a somewhat familiar quote "How the right man in the right place could save us all" Sounds a lot like what Gman says at the opening of Half-Life 2 "The right man in the wrong place can make all the difference in the world" Due to this being a prequel it means that G-Man saw this magazine and twisted Breen's quote before he woke up Dr. Gordon Freeman from his…

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Holograms are something one could say is a common thing to see in the Half-Life universe, But yet it's not consistent throughout the games, In the first Half-Life games we see it used to showcase Global activities but most as a way to see pre-recorded messages, But later in Half-Life 2 and its expansions we see almost no sign of that technology whatsoever neither by the rebels nor the combine, My first guess was that only Black Mesa had that technology at that time and when they got nuked then the hologram technology was lost for good, but yet that was not the case because we see that hologram technology is being used a lot by the combine and the rebels in the prequel game Half-Life Alyx it's weird that they reintroduced holograms in a prequel like that, It would mean that Gordon never cross paths with any Holograms during the entire Half-Life 2 except for those holographic 2D screens that can display 3D as shown in HL:A Let's blame the inconsistencies on parallel universes because those are always working as an excuse nowadays.
Holograms are something one could say is a common thing to see in the Half-Life universe, But yet it's not consistent throughout the games, In the first Half-Life games we see it used to showcase Global activities but most as a way to see pre-recorded messages, But later in Half-Life 2 and its expansions we see almost no sign of that technology whatsoever neither by the rebels nor the combine, My first guess was that only Black Mesa had that technology at that time and when they got nuked then the hologram technology was lost for good, but yet that was not the case because we see that hologram technology is being used a lot by the combine and the rebels in the prequel game Half-Life Alyx it's weird that they reintroduced holograms in a prequel like that, It would mean that Gordon never cross paths with any Holograms during the entire Half-Life 2 except for those holographic 2D screens that can display 3D as shown in HL:A Let's blame the inconsistencies on parallel universes because those are always working as an excuse nowadays.
Holograms are something one could say is a common thing to see in the Half-Life universe, But yet it's not consistent throughout the games, In the first Half-Life games we see it used to showcase Global activities but most as a way to see pre-recorded messages, But later in Half-Life 2 and its expansions we see almost no sign of that technology whatsoever neither by the rebels nor the combine, My first guess was that only Black Mesa had that technology at that time and when they got nuked then the hologram technology was lost for good, but yet that was not the case because we see that hologram technology is being used a lot by the combine and the rebels in the prequel game Half-Life Alyx it's weird that they reintroduced holograms in a prequel like that, It would mean that Gordon never cross paths with any Holograms during the entire Half-Life 2 except for those holographic 2D screens that can display 3D as shown in HL:A Let's blame the inconsistencies on parallel universes because those are always working as an excuse nowadays.
Holograms are something one could say is a common thing to see in the Half-Life universe, But yet it's not consistent throughout the games, In the first Half-Life games we see it used to showcase Global activities but most as a way to see pre-recorded messages, But later in Half-Life 2 and its expansions we see almost no sign of that technology whatsoever neither by the rebels nor the combine, My first guess was that only Black Mesa had that technology at that time and when they got nuked then the hologram technology was lost for good, but yet that was not the case because we see that hologram technology is being used a lot by the combine and the rebels in the prequel game Half-Life Alyx it's weird that they reintroduced holograms in a prequel like that, It would mean that Gordon never cross paths with any Holograms during the entire Half-Life 2 except for those holographic 2D screens that can display 3D as shown in HL:A Let's blame the inconsistencies on parallel universes because those are always working as an excuse nowadays.

Holograms are something one could say is a common thing to see in the Half-Life universe, But yet it's not consistent throughout the games, In the first Half-Life games we see it used to showcase Global activities but most as a way to see pre-recorded messages, But later in Half-Life 2 and its expansions we see almost no sign of that technology whatsoever neither by the rebels nor the combine, My first guess was that only Black Mesa had that technology at that time and when they got nuked then t…