View Full Version : Moebuis's little museum
06-06-2004, 07:12 PM
Hey everyone, I was wondering about something. If you would remember back to BO1, over at the oracle's cave, there were various items in front of Moebuis's chamber. When looking at it, there was a new shield from Nemesis, and a rusted shield from Ottmar. That shows he had items from the timeline of the two kingdoms waging their war. At the same time, there was a bloody guillotine in the room. That guillotine would have to be the one that Vorador was decapitated with. But if he has that, then was it reallythe paradox of the reavers that brought it into existance? Since it wasn't made by time to compensate for William's death yet, then it shouldn't have existed in that chamber since it wasn't in the currents of time. Has anyone else ever thought about it?
06-06-2004, 10:07 PM
but why does that guillotine have to be the one used to kill vorador? any guillotine would do the trick. i'm sure in those days they had more than 1 guillotine lying around as that seemed to be the choice of tool for execution. the paradox did not create the guillotine. it ignited the catalysts required to purge the vampires and wipe out the Nemesis at the same time. in those days nobody could really do a whole lot about the vampires with the sarafan gone and they didnt really like the Nemesis by now either..
06-07-2004, 08:54 AM
Or perhaps it is the guillotine used for Vorador, but not the one in their stream of time. When Kain changed time, it turned the stream into a spectrum. It's like the alternate univers theory, but instead of every possibility being an issue, the only times are the ones that do exist. Time is a family tree, where the same timeline gives birth to two timelines. Moebuis not only can travel through one branch of time, but its sister branch as well.
Of coarse, they clearly ignore the paradox theory where one cannot change events that make them who they are, which would end up leading them in a temporal limbo, but hey, whatever makes a game. :D
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