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9/21/2013 8:56:23 AM
this is how i know health packs in halo means the player had to go out of their way and maybe go through danger to get their reward which means they had to pay for it in the form of a risk (risk vs reward). agree and with me so far? halo 3 odst was the first bungie game after halo ce to bring back the health pack. but why did they do this? why did they make players pay by risking going into danger to get their health back? its easy. and i will show you. odst came out in sept 2009. but what is important is what happened between the last bungie game which had health packs (which was halo 3) and odst. it was the presidental election in 2008. obama peddled his free health care package called obamacare which means the government health care system pays for peoples health care instead of their own. in games thats auto health regen because the game system does it automatically what does this have to do with bungie you might ask. bungie is a group of conservatives so they werent happy about obama winning and bringing in obamacrap. bungie wasnt happy about this so they bought back the health packs to show that people should have to go into danger and pay for their own health care by sticking it to obama and the system. bungie is a cool guy and doesnt afraid of anything sounds ridiculous i know but if you dont believe me then just look at their next game which was halo reach. more health packs there. thats even more proof. so in destitny there wont be any health regen either.

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