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Just Passing Through
 Post subject: Writings on the walls?
     
         
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Missing since: 11 Sep 2009
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So who created this writings?
Because I found some thats says:
"I always dream of birds"

And Murphy runs often in birds who fly away. What is the conection?

BTW who is this child that is talking about in the pages which you can find in St.Maria? What is the connection between the child and the story?

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The pages in St. Maria's, if I remember correctly, are thematically-relevant; they don't refer to any particular person.

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Historical Society Historian
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I remember one particular side-quest, the one with the ashes... It had many things written on the benches.

Homecoming had tons of things written on the penitentiary walls, too. Think of the writing as easter eggs.


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Just Passing Through
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Missing since: 03 Jun 2012
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Cloud wrote:
So who created this writings?
Because I found some thats says:
"I always dream of birds"

And Murphy runs often in birds who fly away. What is the conection?


It's my understanding that the ravens are symbolic of the moment when Murphy first learned that
[Reveal] Spoiler:
Charlie was deader than disco, after seeing his body being pulled out of the lake by the cops
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The birds had fluttered away from Murphy as he crashed through the woods toward that scene, and ever since they've haunted his dreams, a reminder of that awful moment. They appear as a harbinger of a horrible revelation which could destroy you.

That's what I took away from it, anyhow.

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Just Passing Through
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On the centennial building there's another writing, but my game version is the brazilian one, so they could have translated it wrong. it was "kidnapped doesn't equal safe". I see it as a ways of trying to scare the player >_<

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The English is "sequestered doesn't equal safe".

Certain types of criminals are sequestered (kept apart from other prisoners) for their safety, such as child molesters - for example Napier.

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