The ending in my point of view

Posted by darkgoth678 (295 posts) -

To not stir up and hatred or anything I agree with the one that posted this:



However; the only thing that struk me while I was reading it was that he seemed fairly cartain that the writing all over the laboratory was all the work of Subject 16. I take to it differently, I think that the writing on the lab was not only the writing of Subject 16, but also the ones before him, Subject 15, 14 all the way to 12 because I think there was an email that specified the "Bleeding Effect" only occured to Subjects 12-16 and i gues now 17.  

I came to this becaue in one side of the room, there are egyptian signs along with the square writng. then in the middle there is Chinesse (or japanesse, excuse my ignorance) architecture  along with the name "Yonaguni", a japanesse island. Then in the other side of the room near the servers there is a step pyramid (classical to the Aztecs) and a Valley which when I looked at the drawing on the wall of the monkey and the himmingbird I thought of the Nazca lines in Peru. So I think this is the decendancies of the different subjects and this, next to their writing, signifies the author.

That's just what I got out of it. But I give props to the author of the article on it on CVG though, that was really insightful.
#1 Posted by darkgoth678 (295 posts) -

To not stir up and hatred or anything I agree with the one that posted this:



However; the only thing that struk me while I was reading it was that he seemed fairly cartain that the writing all over the laboratory was all the work of Subject 16. I take to it differently, I think that the writing on the lab was not only the writing of Subject 16, but also the ones before him, Subject 15, 14 all the way to 12 because I think there was an email that specified the "Bleeding Effect" only occured to Subjects 12-16 and i gues now 17.  

I came to this becaue in one side of the room, there are egyptian signs along with the square writng. then in the middle there is Chinesse (or japanesse, excuse my ignorance) architecture  along with the name "Yonaguni", a japanesse island. Then in the other side of the room near the servers there is a step pyramid (classical to the Aztecs) and a Valley which when I looked at the drawing on the wall of the monkey and the himmingbird I thought of the Nazca lines in Peru. So I think this is the decendancies of the different subjects and this, next to their writing, signifies the author.

That's just what I got out of it. But I give props to the author of the article on it on CVG though, that was really insightful.

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