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breaking hearts has never looked so cool, as when you wrap your car around a tree

to my favorite liar, to my favorite scar: "I could have died with you"

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What we are seeing in Gielinor today is a massive level of income inequality, on the richest planet in the Elder Gods' universe. Not many people know we are the richest planet, because the top 1/10th of 1% of Gielinorians own as much wealth as the bottom 90%. The middle class of Gielinor is disappearing, the very rich are getting even richer, and the poor are quitting the game by the hundreds. What we need is a Runescapian revolution, where millions of players stand up and say "Enough is enough! We're going to create a Runescape economy that works for ALL of us, not just a handful of billionaires."

Let’s recap some of the plots of the previous Halo games in broad strokes, shall we?

Halo CE: You stumble upon an ancient Forerunner installation and conclude the game by blowing it up.

Halo 3: You stumble upon two Forerunner installations, one of them a replacement for the one you blew up in the first game, and conclude the game by blowing it up again.

Wars: You stumble upon not one, not two, but three Forerunner settings across three worlds and progress through the story by blowing each of them up – concluding the game by blowing up the Shield World with its own sun.

Reach: You stumble upon a crashed Forerunner ship underground, it holds knowledge – “a game-changer, on the level of the conical bullet in the nineteenth century, or faster-than-light travel in the twenty-third”. What is this knowledge? Why are you even asking? Get on that Pelican right now because we’re blowing it up!

See a bit of a pattern there?

"“We couldn’t figure out how the story ended. Room full of smart people, all with storytelling skills and the resumes to prove it, and we could not tie a bow on this story in the outline stage.

Then Frank O’Connor says, ‘Maybe Jul just drives Requiem into the sun.’

And we all laughed, because that was so wonderfully absurd. A half hour later we still didn’t have an idea of how the Requiem adventure ended. Eventually we let Jul drive Requiem into the sun because, come on. That’s pretty awesome, throwing planets into suns.”

-Brian Reed

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