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Subject 16 in Assassins creed revelations?

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Gys remeber when 16 said in the truth "Find me in the darkness"? i guess we we will find him traped in the black room so what are ur ideas gys ?

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Pretty much that. We don't really have anything to speculate about.

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You forgot to mention that when Desmond does find him he will take over his body. Ghost

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aurllcooljay wrote:
You forgot to mention that when Desmond does find him he will take over his body. Ghost

How di u know that 16 will take over desmonds body???

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Heh heh heh, I sure hope people here know the meaning of sarcasm. Drunk

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We also know that Subject 16 is really alive IN HIS BLOOD! And he's gonna become a BLOOD MONSTER! /sarcasm

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Abstergo obviously blended subjects 16's brain in a blender and put it in Desmonds blood so that way he could be reincarnated in desmonds body to keep finding the apple of eden. Desmond is no assassin... just a homeless man they found who did drugs so he thought he was an assassin... DUH

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Guyz is the Animus like real I wanna relive my ancestors dreams or whatever like Inception and then I can run up walls and kill people that would be so kewl and if you dont think so your gaaaaaaaaaaaaaay

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Except for the sharing, Limbo and the real world effects, the type of dreams depicted in Inception actually exist. Wink

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My brother's a Lucid Dreamer. He says it gets boring after a while because you run out of ideas for things to do, and then coming back into reality after a Lucid Dream is a pretty big let down.

It's really hard to get into because your mindset and approach have to be damn near perfect, but he's figured it out. It just works differently for different people, I guess.

However he did say the first time he had a Lucid Dream was a life changing experience. He drove an ATV through a volcano, had a dunk contest with Dwight Howard, and had "relations" with Natalie Portman on a beach all in one night.

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I kind of fall in that category as well, but I sleep walk on top of it. I'll walk around not knowing what I'm doing and you can't really wake me up out of it, even though I look like I'm completely awake and respond like I'm awake. It's easily balaced out with a pill, but until then it was quite an adventure.

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Fly Like an Eagle wrote:
My brother's a Lucid Dreamer. He says it gets boring after a while because you run out of ideas for things to do, and then coming back into reality after a Lucid Dream is a pretty big let down.

Haha, yeah. I stopped training just a few months ago because I just didn't know what to do.

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It's really hard to get into because your mindset and approach have to be damn near perfect, but he's figured it out. It just works differently for different people, I guess.

Not really. With proper techniques, on average, people experience their first lucid dream in about four weeks. For some, it's possible to get motivated so much that they have their first lucid dream the next night or the next week. (I did this. Tongue) It's just pretty hard to go beyond the occasional lucid dream and even harder to push it to more than one a week. Completely mastering is nearly impossible.

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However he did say the first time he had a Lucid Dream was a life changing experience. He drove an ATV through a volcano, had a dunk contest with Dwight Howard, and had "relations" with Natalie Portman on a beach all in one night.

My first good lucid dream was amazing. I flew and amazed dream characters with this skill. It was awesome.

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I once had one to, 8 years ago when I was 6,
it sucked, I was running around screaming to everybody I know (yes people in my dream laughed at my face) that it is a dream, then I woke up, was happy, walked down the stairs and saw my dad sitting next to an alien watching tv.
I was like fuck, im still fucking dreaming:P

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ive seen half of the game already *livestream* and lets just 16 is VERY eccentric XD


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Sixteen gives me the creeps. ._.