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ggy128

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theory 1999-2300
« on: July 18, 2017, 10:31:09 pm »
here a  theory:
[excuse my English]

we all know in 2300 map there plenty of ruins just outside the domes and also a factory but no one has ask why, here is what I think

after the end of the world, human kind tried to rebuild, they rebuilt cities but at some point the monster were too much for the humans, human's army was just not big enough so between 1999-2300 the cities start falling apart (just like we saw in the game) but during the fall of the cities humans takes another strategy since the surface was lost they just start making their new home underground.

humans quickly recover part of their former glory, just like in any big city black waters are a problem so plans were quickly made, massive sewers/tunnels a perfect solution not just because it will solve the black water issue but also if they are big enough they could also be a road system between all the domes.

the first step in the master plan, an outpost near death peak to  keep an eye on lavos step two energy, energy was also becoming a problem and since monster was still a major issue a simple solution was made, robots, they will be the extra manpower the human society that is why in the 2300 we see a factory (the one with the power plant inside, no where robo was made) just in the middle of no where, the factory needs to be as far away as possible from death peak.

robots quickly became part of the security in the domes protecting the most sensitive and important parts, sadly for the humans robots revolt, humans lost the important parts of their dome, the war in the surface was lost (obviously because now they have to fight robots and mutants)

so by the year 2300 humans truly lost hope, now there no hope for them



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Re: theory 1999-2300
« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2017, 04:41:18 pm »
Well, it's also entirely possible that if humanity mounted any kind of rebound effort that Lavos himself put it down. After all, how hard would it be the second time?