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Author:  AzureDemon [ 25 Feb 2008 ]
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But I removed the signature o.o

and thanks for the info

Author:  AuraTwilight [ 25 Feb 2008 ]
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He said that before you removed it, clearly.

Author:  AzureDemon [ 25 Feb 2008 ]
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I thought I had removed it early since I didn't see it when I first posted th "a matter of hours " post...no need for anything else.

ANyways, nowI understand and recall a lot of the events that happened on silent hill 2
thanks

Author:  The Adversary [ 25 Feb 2008 ]
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Sorry, your signature has been on since you've started posting in here. You probably just clicked on the "don't show signatures in topic" button in your profile. Though it doesn't show up for you, it does still for everyone else.

Author:  AzureDemon [ 25 Feb 2008 ]
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Oh, my bad. I apologize.

Anyways...we got off-topic for a bit >.<

Author:  lbsword [ 25 Feb 2008 ]
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Well, in water and leave seem the most believable to me.

Rebirth I think is silly. Reviving your dead wife? James is troubled yeah, but he's not a nut job.

In water is believable, cause he killed his wife, so he kills himself.

Leave is too, cause he feels forgiven.

Author:  AuraTwilight [ 26 Feb 2008 ]
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You don't address the Maria ending, you see.

And what's so silly about reviving the person you loved most in the entire world? Especially if it works?

Author:  lbsword [ 26 Feb 2008 ]
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Yes, but James never really even says anything about the actual spirits of silent hill, and he doesnt seem to be the religious type either.

Even if it did bring her back, I would think James would be wierded out, totally. It is his DEAD wife, after all, brought back. How would they go back to regular life, knowing that he murdered her?

The Maria ending? I wouldnt even consider it being the true ending.

Author:  Video Gamer [ 26 Feb 2008 ]
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lbsword wrote:
Yes, but James never really even says anything about the actual spirits of silent hill, and he doesnt seem to be the religious type either.

Even if it did bring her back, I would think James would be wierded out, totally. It is his DEAD wife, after all, brought back. How would they go back to regular life, knowing that he murdered her?

The Maria ending? I wouldnt even consider it being the true ending.

He did it as a mercy (which, we find out, is what Mary understands it to be as well) so I don't think it'd be a very big deal...

Author:  The Adversary [ 26 Feb 2008 ]
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>James never really even says anything about the actual spirits of silent hill
"The Old Gods haven't left this place. And they still grant power to those who venerate them. Power to defy even death. . . ."

He has a pretty good idea of what he's doing.

>he doesnt seem to be the religious type either.
Doesn't need to be: The option arose, and he went to it like a duck to water.

>How would they go back to regular life, knowing that he murdered her?
He wouldn't. That's the point of him and Mary disappearing.

Author:  AuraTwilight [ 26 Feb 2008 ]
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Even if it did bring her back, I would think James would be wierded out, totally. It is his DEAD wife, after all, brought back.


Oh please, I can hardly see how a revived wife can be much of an issue after what he's seen.

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The Maria ending? I wouldnt even consider it being the true ending.


Why the hell not? It's as valid as the other three.

Author:  Video Gamer [ 26 Feb 2008 ]
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AuraTwilight wrote:
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Even if it did bring her back, I would think James would be wierded out, totally. It is his DEAD wife, after all, brought back.


Oh please, I can hardly see how a revived wife can be much of an issue after what he's seen.

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The Maria ending? I wouldnt even consider it being the true ending.


Why the hell not? It's as valid as the other three.

Well, I never got the impression that James was attracted that way to Maria throughout the game. I always just got the impression he wanted to protect her, like he wanted to protect Laura, and maybe even Eddie, to an extent.

Author:  LanceS133 [ 26 Feb 2008 ]
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In the state of mind James was in, and the rebirth ritual actually working, I have no problem accepting that ending. Just because it worked doesn't mean he'd be anywhere near a normal state of mind.

I guess the Maria ending could be valid aswell, James would just be put into an insane asylum for interacting with someone who isn't there.

Author:  lbsword [ 27 Feb 2008 ]
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Sorry, Its just the way I related to James.

It seemed to me, James didnt want her sexually, as he always stepped away when she went to touch him. (Good for you James!)

Thats why I would ignore the Maria ending.

It kind of felt strange to me, james trying to resurrect a dead body.

I dont know, its just me, sorry.

Author:  AuraTwilight [ 27 Feb 2008 ]
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It seemed to me, James didnt want her sexually, as he always stepped away when she went to touch him. (Good for you James!)

Thats why I would ignore the Maria ending.


That doesn't particularly mean anything. James could change his mind after he realized Mary was a hopeless goal.

Author:  Oddish [ 27 Feb 2008 ]
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I previously said that I found "In Water" made the most sense, but I never said that the others were impossibilities. I would not have written "Possibilities within the endings" about things that I regarded as impossible.

Author:  Nicole [ 22 Jun 2008 ]
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I think the In Water ending, because they made reference to it in Silent Hill 4. Frank said his son and daughter-in-law went messing. Surely if James ran away from Silent Hill, they could have tracked him down easily. It makes the most sense to me, anyways.

Author:  Oddish [ 22 Jun 2008 ]
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Kind of a strange irony that James came to town to kill himself, then fights so long and hard to stay alive, and then kills himself anyway.

Author:  AuraTwilight [ 22 Jun 2008 ]
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I think the In Water ending, because they made reference to it in Silent Hill 4.


They did no such thing.

Author:  Nicole [ 22 Jun 2008 ]
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AuraTwilight wrote:
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I think the In Water ending, because they made reference to it in Silent Hill 4.


They did no such thing.


Not directly. I meant to Frank, and how they made reference to how his son went missing. Not reference to him dying.

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