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Diskutiere über alles, was mit Destiny zu tun hat.
6/28/2015 6:47:13 PM

Destiny and Vader

[quote]It is...too late for me, son.[/quote] That was Darth Vader's response to his son Luke's pleas to change his ways. It reminds me of so many of the pleas on this forum to make Destiny right and to be the game it should be. Like Anakin Skywalker, Destiny was full of potential-the game that would bring balance to the FPS and MMO genres. Anakin too was foretold to bring balance, albeit to the Force. But the ambition to be all things to all people led Anakin Skywalker to make poor decisions, over-estimate his power, and take the quick and easy path. This, of course, led to his downfall. He became a shell of himself and his potential, and became a slave to an evil master. And so Destiny has suffered a similar fate. So we plead. Like Luke, recognizing the good in his father, we recognize the possibilities within Destiny and yearn to bring out the light. But, as Vader coldly informed his son, it is simply too late. In Vader, the living, breathing man has been mostly replaced with lifeless machinery. Similarly, the changes that would be required to make this game a living, breathing world are not possible. This current iteration of Destiny, like the Dark Lord, cannot be saved. Perhaps its legacy can be redeemed. Darth Vader, though ultimately dying, was redeemed by his son, his successor. Luke Skywalker learned the lessons of his father's fate, and he did not make the same mistakes. Vader is dead, but his son lives, and grows, and has [i]truly[/i] made the Skywalker name legendary. The next installment of this franchise can redeem the Destiny name. There is [i]a new hope.[/i].

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