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Edited by Vigilance: 7/10/2016 11:38:47 PM

New DLC/Update Idea? (Part 1, Part 2 Soon to Come)

Okay, I know that the Lords of Iron was just released, but just hear me out. Imagine if you could time travel back in time to see what happened at the discovery of the Traveler, the fall of the Golden Age, and the truth on the theory if the Traveler was evil or not. This DLC or update should affect the rest of the game and the rest of the story. I was recently watching some videos and came across the crackpot theory that the Traveler was actually evil. In the Grimoire Card: Ghost Fragment: Darkness 3, it tells about three queens. One writes a book of laws and her word is just, the other builds a tower that the people climb to see the stars, and the last raises an army to conquer all. The people are unhappy but she rules. Maybe the Traveler is that third queen? In the Grimoire Card: The Darkness, there is a section of the card that states: "[i]Certain positions - often labeled heretical - imply that the Traveler itself triggered the Collapse, or that it knew the Darkness was coming for it and hoped to use the Solar System as a sacrifice or a proxy army[/i]" In another Grimoire the card has a story from a Guardian named Pujari. Here is his story: [spoiler]"[i]I am Pujari. These are the visions I have had of the Black Garden. The Traveler moved across the face of the iron world. It opened the earth and stitched shut the sky. It made life possible. In these things there is always symmetry. Do you understand? This is not the beginning but it is the reason. The Garden grows in both directions. It grows into tomorrow and yesterday. The red flowers bloom forever. There are gardeners now. They came into the garden in vessels of bronze and they move through the groves in rivers of thought. This is the vision I had when I leapt from the Shores of Time and let myself sink: I walked beneath the blossoms. The light came from ahead and the shadows of the flowers were words. They said things but I will not write them here. At the end of the path grew a flower in the shape of a Ghost. I reached out to pluck it and it cut me with a thorn. I bled and the blood was Light. The Ghost said to me: You are a dead thing made by a dead power in the shape of the dead. All you will ever do is kill. You do not belong here. This is a place of life. The Traveler is life, I said. You are a creature of Darkness. You seek to deceive me. But I looked behind me, down the long slope where the blossoms tumbled in the warm wind and the great trees wept sap like blood or wine, and I felt doubt. When my Ghost raised me from the sea there was a thorn-cut in my left hand and it has not healed since. [/i]"[/spoiler] We should not only be able to read this on a Grimoire card, but also play through it. Don't get me wrong a good story is great to read and all, but would it not be more fun to play through and experience the Golden Age and the Great Collapse for ourselves? Here is the Story Line Guide: [b]EXTREMELY LONG [/b] [spoiler] Phase 1: Commander Zavala picks up disturbances in the Solar system. Cayde-6 identifies the disturbance as Vex activity. Ikora Rey sends the Guardian to investigate. Phase 2: The Guardian is flying in his ship when his Ghost is "hacked" for a short period of time with an unusual voice telling the Guardian that the truth will be soon unveiled to him/her. The Ghost apologizes and is quiet for awhile. Phase 3: The Guardian arrives to see that the disturbance is actually a wormhole. (Theoretically a wormhole bends space-time) This wormhole was placed here by the Vex and is programmed to send anything that goes through it to the past. Phase 4: The gravitational pull is too strong and the Guardian's ship is sucked in the wormhole. Phase 5: The Guardian wakes up in a cell with The Exo Stranger standing in front of him/her. She tells you the truth about the Traveler. Here is the big reveal on if it is good or evil. Phase 6: The Guardian is released, The Exo Stranger disappears, and the Guardian finds walks outside the rundown building to find himself on Mars. He/she walks towards an objective mark given to them by their Ghost, and they are able to see the three astronauts standing under the Traveler on the other side of the Canyon. Phase 7(Traveler is Evil) The Guardian makes an attempt to destroy the Traveler by commanding his/her Ghost to crash the ship into the weakest point on the Traveler, only to be sent forward in time, back to the Tower falling from the atmosphere. (To prevent from dying from fall damage, when the Hunter lands they fade into smoke and do a safety roll, the Titan crashes in after activating his Solar Sunbreaker, and The Warlock glides down. The Ghost is hacked once more when the Guardian goes to the Speaker to tell him what has just happened. The Ghost hacks the intercoms in the Tower and states the messages that the Traveler is actually evil. The Exo Stranger appears right next to the Traveler, grabs the Guardian and they go to a private sector of the Tower to form a plan. Phase 7(Traveler is Good) The Guardian makes his way through Mars and tries to prevent Cabal colonization onto Mars and fights his way through waves of Cabal to get to the expedition's leader to try to kill him, only to be overpowered and kept prisoner. The Guardian is frozen in the Boomerang Nebula ( ), for 50 years and a short scene with the Guardian lying a pod similar to the one in Halo (little Easter Egg for the Halo fans) goes across the screen with the subtitle "50 Years Later" in three different languages. Then a short scene goes across the screen and it shows the space station exploding, sending the guardian to a direct path to Earth. The Shockwave that the Traveler caused in our solar system after arriving a meteor shower occurred which the Guardian's pod is amongst them and the Guardian crashes onto Earth. The Ghost overrides the lock on the pod, revives the Guardian with the original "Eyes up Guardian" Dialogue. The Guardian gets out of the pod and sees he has crashed by a lake which is just below the original starting point. The Guardian finds his way back to the Tower. Phase 8 is TBD. [/spoiler]

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