Travis Bagwell Quotes
“Robert started heading for the door to the control room. Claire watched his back, a frown plastered on her face. “Where do you think you're going, Robert?”
“I'm going to go make some popcorn,” Robert replied with a smile. “I expect that whatever is happening in Lux is going to be extremely entertaining.”
“Your kind’s memories are tricky things,” she said finally. “They are like oil paintings. Even the first draft is an impression, an imperfect recreation of the event itself. Yet each time you access those memories, you paint a new layer overtop the old, adding small changes and tweaks. Those alterations grow and compound on themselves over time until the current painting almost doesn’t resemble the original.”
“Augment?” Julia said, with an edge to her voice that Finn found familiar.
Damn, I wish I could see her. He was just now realizing how much he relied on facial expressions and body language. It would be nice to see the storm brewing in Julia’s eyes before she stabbed him to death.
That would at least give him a chance to run away…”
“I guess what I’m saying is that trust is difficult. I don’t know your friends’ situation or what they’re going through, but even small betrayals can feel like heavy blows if you’re already bruised and bloody,” Angie explained quietly. “I’m not sure this helps,” she added with a soft chuckle. “It’s probably just the prattling of an old woman.”
“Not only that, but he also appears to be stimulating the primary motor cortex in the participants. This means that they are continuously flexing and relaxing their muscles in a synchronous rhythm while they're playing. Right now this is only stimulating muscle development, but what's to stop him from taking control of a participant's body?!”
“Quest Update: Trouble in Lux Rex provided circumstantial evidence that points to a possible conspiracy between the guards and nobles. You still don’t have sufficient information to determine whether there is any truth to the rumors that the regent is dead or that his death is being covered up. Clueless and alone, there is a strong possibility you’ll die before completing this quest. Difficulty: A Success: Discover whether there is any merit to the rumors that the regent of Lux is dead. Failure: Unknown Reward: Unknown”
“skyrocketed. Most enemies he had fought were below level 100, and so his zombies now retained the level of the former NPCs. Jason only had five thieves now, each around level 50. Some were a little scratched up and worse for wear. He still had his fire mage and had actually found an ice mage in one of the houses. He grimaced as he recalled that particular fight. God that was awful. By the end of the battle, the mage had coated almost the entire room in ice. Zombies and guards had been sliding all over the place. Even the mage had trouble standing up by the end of the fight. The only saving grace was that”