Re: Day 3 of the ARG has been solved

by NsU Soldier @, Washington, Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 22:03 (3461 days ago) @ Avateur
edited by NsU Soldier, Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 22:28

Here's the link to ABO summarizing everything. Be sure to check out the other days' summaries, too.

http://args.bungie.org/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=1754

Man, that IS cryptic.

While I think ExigentContact is on the right track by thinking this is about Mercury due to this line...

"One face is blistered, the other plunged into
a brutal chill. Is this how it's always been?"

I can't really make much sense of the rest of it.

"You remember hot oceans, nourishing
atmosphere. But something transpired,
kicked what was wet and fertile into space,
stealing away everything of value..."

Apparently it was once habitable? That should be impossible given how close it is to the sun.

Unless...

"...Or perhaps what thrived here for a day or for
ten million years decided to leave
, peeling
its wet organics off the bones."

Now THAT'S interesting. Is that suggesting that another pre-Human civilization once made it habitable through artificial means? Then one day they just up and left leaving the Mercury we know of today? The plot thickens.

I can't make sense out of the last two parts though.

For now, that is. ;)


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