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It's weird (Destiny)

by Ragashingo ⌂ @, Official DBO Cryptarch, Tuesday, November 08, 2016, 16:20 (1652 days ago) @ ZackDark

This one links with next question, about what makes the Hive so special. If there are other worms taking people elsewhere, why do we only hear about the Hive being so destructive? And I don't mean from the Book of Sorrows, which narrative is obviously Hive-centric, but from 3rd parties.

Well, there's the Vex. They take over entire planets and change them into machines to help them calculate a winning move for every situation. They aren't allied with the worms but they do worship the Darkness. It's possible they have achieved similar levels of destruction.

As for other groups of worms? Maybe not all of these worm gods are after the same goal? Or maybe they are using less directly violent means? The ones the Hive found had been trapped for millions of years. Maybe they were more desperate for immediate power or had grown closer to the Deep than other worm gods that might be out there?

Or maybe they only need one super destructive race sweeping across the galaxy and other potential worms are weakening their own client races from within in anticipation of the arrival of the Hive?

Or maybe there were other worm-Hive type symbiosis races causing destruction but each was defeated until now? Our worms did make it sound like they lost a previous war, after all.


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