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    Originally Posted by Calvarok Go to original post
    To clear something up, TWCB are not "Gods". They are in fact the original humans. The humanity that we know was created in their image, but with their most powerful sense locked away, so that we could be used as slaves. Corey may said something to this effect in a recent interview with Game Informer, though most of it we already knew from the game.
    did anyone say they were? if you are referring to me saying they were "Gods", you should have taken note of the quotation marks, as in early humans saw them as gods, same as the Goa'uld, Ori or Asgard were "Gods"(again, note the quotation marks) in Stargate
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    They are not gods. They simply came before...
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    Originally Posted by sticks165 Go to original post
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    This says it all..
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    Originally Posted by bokeef04 Go to original post
    did anyone say they were? if you are referring to me saying they were "Gods", you should have taken note of the quotation marks, as in early humans saw them as gods, same as the Goa'uld, Ori or Asgard were "Gods"(again, note the quotation marks) in Stargate
    I think his post was precautionary as some people may not have understood what the quotation marks meant. It has happened before.
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    How many AC games have you played?
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    Originally Posted by pirate1802 Go to original post
    This says it all..
    Ditto. We've come almost 5 years and 5 games later and this question is still being asked? Wow......just....wow.
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    Instead of start another pointless discussion about this, why some people just don't answer the OP question (like thijs_bijlsma did) and then let this thread die?! there's no reason to complain just because someone asked something that was answered a million times, there'll always have people that'll ask again, so just answer the **** question and let threads like this die if this bothers some of you so much or just send a request to a mod to close it once is answered..
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    B/c people are stupid and need to do research before posting dumb questions...? Idk, it just seems like there should be a cutoff point somewhere where people stop asking said questions. You'd think in the first year after a game releases would be enough time. Not 5 years later. They wouldn't have to if they'd do a quick search online. If different people came up to you everyday and asked the same exact question for years and years on end, wouldn't you get a little tired of it too? If they'd be more specific and say "hey, I played this game and don't quite understand this particular thing, can you explain it better for me?", then it wouldn't be so bad. Even so, there's still way more than enough info online that a simple wiki search or google search can provide without resorting to posting the question blindly on a forum.
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    Originally Posted by Sajn12 Go to original post
    They are not gods. They simply came before...
    ^this. Let's keep it simple.
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