Although I agree with the science behind the Last City being located in Chile, I always felt the cultural element doesn't support that. We see clear preservation of various cultures within the Last City except Chile and native cultures, Festival of the Lost aside (and even then, that's a stretch). Mulling it over, it seems native villages would have a high survivability rate due to lack of interplanetary tech sought by the Eliksni, unity of the community, regular use of localized resources for survival, and possession of firearms and other weapons/strategies for self defense. That being said, there is either a plot hole in D2, there was another genocide within D2 during golden age that isn't mentioned, or Chile isn't the location of the Last City Many may not care about this but it would definitely add to the scope of the D2 world and lore.
由Centaur-1編輯： 1/4/2022 1:59:08 AMThese are some good points. I have a theory on how all of this could hypothetically be correct even if the City is somewhere else. Since the City is all that’s left of Humanity, I think it would be logical to assume that the original residents came from multiple former cultures. As you say, native villages may have survived the collapse more so than others and brought their old way of life with them. This could explain why the culture of the City may be mainly based off of older native cultures I don’t have any big theories on where exactly it is but I remember seeing the City from the Farm, which was in the [u]European[/u] Dead Zone so I think it must be somewhere around or in Europe.