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So about yesterday's event?

xXEli7eBoltXx

Some kid you still don't know.
#1
Okay so basically I loved that event yesterday, but it seriously messes me up. I've been thinking about it for a while now actually. In it, the entire city gets oofed and the Citidel practically falls over. How would this go into the Hl2 lore, and more importantly, would they be able to rebuild the Citidel and city by the 2020's? The industrial district itself should be destroyed beyond repair so at least some remnants of the event would stay, but in the end It's gonna be gordo destroying everything, right?
 

Tiddlywinks

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#2
Okay so basically I loved that event yesterday, but it seriously messes me up. I've been thinking about it for a while now actually. In it, the entire city gets oofed and the Citidel practically falls over. How would this go into the Hl2 lore, and more importantly, would they be able to rebuild the Citidel and city by the 2020's? The industrial district itself should be destroyed beyond repair so at least some remnants of the event would stay, but in the end It's gonna be gordo destroying everything, right?
I think they were trying to label the 'Citadel' as the Nexus.
 
#7
Nothing will happen.

Universal Union can nuke Earth if they want. They don't give a shit that a NEXUS was destroyed. They could probably make a tower within' the day and just plop it down in place where the old NEXUS was. I think we're always forgetting about how insanely powerful the Combine are.
 

John

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#9
yes big sorr, nexus not citadel
Only the industrial sector got completely oofed

also @cube is a big dummy >:(
 

cegg

Valued Member
#13
4 people is really not that small of a force considering they are all better equipped than us and we only had like 7 people max when they reengaged. doesn't matter that much though.
 

Anfibon

Valued Member
#14
I only need the confirmation that the rebels were trying to use the drydock ship to escape to confirm this was the most retarded map city change in SCG history, lmao.
"Ok guys, let's fill this drydock with the pumps"
"But boss, that won't work with the sea level being 20 meters lower than which the drydock was designed for"
"Just do as I say"
**everyone dies
 

DAT ONE DEAD DUCK

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CRP Core
#16
I only need the confirmation that the rebels were trying to use the drydock ship to escape to confirm this was the most retarded map city change in SCG history, lmao.
"Ok guys, let's fill this drydock with the pumps"
"But boss, that won't work with the sea level being 20 meters lower than which the drydock was designed for"
"Just do as I say"
**everyone dies
I thought it was dumb too. But what the fuck were we gonna do? Make a fucking raft like Cubans going to Florida?
 

John

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#17
I only need the confirmation that the rebels were trying to use the drydock ship to escape to confirm this was the most retarded map city change in SCG history, lmao.
"Ok guys, let's fill this drydock with the pumps"
"But boss, that won't work with the sea level being 20 meters lower than which the drydock was designed for"
"Just do as I say"
**everyone dies
Them using the drydock wasn't really the plan from the start lmao, they just sort of all flooded to it so I rolled with it
 

John

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#20
Because there was no clear plan or directions. You gotta at least give @tomater some credit for at least guiding the rebels when no admin really did.
I gave you boys directions, but there was nothing really distinguishing me from the rest of the rebels, so it probably got buried for the most part. Either way, learned alot and will be applied to future shit, the same mistakes will not be [email protected]!
 

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