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Two Theories About How Cayde-6 Could Survive Cause In 'Destiny 2'




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It's no secret that Cayde-6 is about to meet his end in Destiny 2 Cause expansion, given that the entire marketing campaign for it and concept for the story campaign focuses on that fact. We've seen Cayde battered by Barons and shot by Prince Uldren in two separate cutscenes now (his Ghost shot twice, incidentally), and Bungie is doing their best to proclaim that yes, Cayde is really dead. Dead-dead.

Buuuut this is science fiction, after all, so I'm skeptical.

While I believe that yes, a big chunk of the Forsaken campaign will be seeking revenge on Prince Uldren, I am not willing to rule out the fact that part of our quest may actually be getting Cayde to live again, in some form or another.

The way I see it, there are two main theories about how this could happen. Each is far-fetched and none are based on any kind of datamined leaks that are being passed around, so do not worry about that. Disse er alle mine egne glade ideer eller ideer som har blitt foreslått for mig.

 

 

    

 

  

   
    

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Cayde-7

Cayde is an exo, a robot inhabited by essentially the soul / personality of a human who lived a long time ago. De var originally developed as war machines during the golden age, but recently, the Traveler has been resurrecting them as Guardians. Most exo do not remember who they were before, though we see Cayde remember glimpses of his son, Ace. The number next to their names represents how many times their memory has been wiped, which is why Banshee-44 is so out of it.

The point being, if there's a way to essentially "put Cayde back together again" it's likely easier to do this given that he is an exo than if he were human or awoken. I can foresee a theoretical series of quests where we gather "missing pieces" of Cayde, his dead ghost, bits of his chassis, etc, with the ultimate purpose of trying to put humpty dumpty back together again.

We are also living i en tid da den rejsende har vågnet opp i den våkne av den røde krig, den samme rejsende som bringer alle disse døde ting til livet for at slå ham i første omgang. If Cayde can be woken from the dead once, could we not petition the Traveler to raise him up again? After all, the giant sky ball kind of owes us this point after how many time we've saved it / fought for it. I'd sort of love a scene of our Guardians screaming at the Traveler to do something useful for a change and bring Cayde back as we have his body in our arms, and the kick of life returns to him with a new ghost. And then voila, Cayde-7. This would of course require our Guardian to talk.

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The Last Wish

This one required some education by my followers about what exactly Ahamkara are. I know they're space dragons that are all dead and we use them to make exotic armor, but does that fit? There's a bit more to them, and that plays into this theory.

Ahamkara were actually powerful, wish-granting dragons. Hvordan de egentlige ønsker er forbliver uklare for mig, men den demokratisering af Ahamkaraen kom fordi deres ønsker var ikke stringsfrie genie-like ønsker, men noget som kom med en pris. That price was too much to bear, so there was a great Ahamkara hunt and all the creatures (save a few, possibly) were wiped out. Hence all the skeletons and bones everywhere.

But there are rumors swirling that the Dreaming City, the Awoken homeworld, has an Ahamkara in it. Eventuelt en ansvarlig for at skabe det i første omgang. We have a further clue about this in the fact that the raid is called "Last Wish", which implies we are either going to A) be fighting an Ahamkara as a raid boss or B) saving an Ahamkara in trouble from some other threat. And maybe if we do that, he grants us one last wish.

The theory goes that it would not just bring Cayde back into exo form, but in human form, restoring him to the man he used to be centuries ago. Cayde would return to the game as a full-fledge human guardian now, thanks to our Ahamkara wish, though what price we would pay to make that happen is unclear.

I'm skeptical of this because Destiny raids are only played / beat by a relatively small percentage of the player base, and to date, Destiny has never had in-game story content directly linked to raids like say, Cayde's resurrection. Lore? Sure, lots of lore, but raids are not usually used as an end to the normal story campaign.

These two theories are elaborate and kind of crazy but I ' m not willing to rule either out. Honestly, if given the option, I think Cayde probably should just stay dead, and neither should come to pass. Destiny needs a story with stakes, and characters being tragically killed off and staying dead is key, especially in a storyline where all Guardians can theoretically be resurrected every five seconds if need be of the lore.

So, what do you do of these crazy theories?

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It's no secret that Cayde-6 is about to meet his end in Destiny 2 's Forsaken expansion, given that the entire marketing campaign for it and the concept for the story campaign focuses on that fact. We've seen Cayde battered by Barons and shot by Prince Uldren in two separate cutscenes now (his Ghost shot twice, incidentally), and Bungie is doing their best to proclaim that yes, Cayde is really dead. Dead-dead.

This is science fiction, after all, so I'm skeptical.

While I believe that yes, a big chunk of the Forsaken campaign will be seeking revenge on Prince Uldren, I am not willing To rule out the fact that part of our quest may actually be getting Cayde to live again, in some form or another.

The way I see it, there are two main theories about how this could happen. Hver er far-fetched og ingen er baseret på nogen slags datamined lekkasjer som er omgått, så vær så snill å bekymre deg om det.

Cayde-7

Cayde is an exo, a robot inhabited by essentially the soul / personality of a human who lived a long time ago. De var originally developed as war machines during the golden age, but recently, the Traveler has been resurrecting them as Guardians. Most exo do not remember who they were before, though we see Cayde remember glimpses of his son, Ace. The number next to their names represents how many times their memory has been wiped, which is why Banshee-44 is so out of it.

It's likely, if there is a way to essentially "put Cayde back together again." easier to do this given that he is an exo than if he were human or awoken. I can foresee a theoretical series of quests where we gather "missing pieces" of Cayde, his dead ghost, bits of his chassis, etc, with the ultimate purpose of trying to put humpty dumpty back together again.

We are also living i en tid da den rejsende har vågnet opp i den våkne av den røde krig, den samme rejsende som bringer alle disse døde ting til livet for at slå ham i første omgang. If Cayde can be woken from the dead once, could we not petition the Traveler to raise him up again? After all, the giant sky ball kind of owes us this point after how many time we've saved it / fought for it. I'd sort of love a scene of our Guardians screaming at the Traveler to do something useful for a change and bring Cayde back as we have his body in our arms, and the kick of life returns to him with a new ghost. And then voila, Cayde-7. This would of course require our Guardian to talk.

The Last Wish

This one required some education by my followers about what exactly Ahamkara are. I know they're space dragons that are all dead and we use them to make exotic armor, but does that fit? There's a bit more to them, and that plays into this theory.

Ahamkara were actually powerful, wish-granting dragons. Hvordan de egentlige ønsker er forbliver uklare for mig, men den demokratisering af Ahamkaraen kom fordi deres ønsker var ikke stringsfrie genie-like ønsker, men noget som kom med en pris. That price was too much to bear, so there was a great Ahamkara hunt and all the creatures (save a few, possibly) were wiped out. Hence all the skeletons and bones everywhere.

But there are rumors swirling that the Dreaming City, the Awoken homeworld, has an Ahamkara in it. Eventuelt en ansvarlig for at skabe det i første omgang. We have a further clue about this in the fact that the raid is called "Last Wish", which implies we are either going to A) be fighting an Ahamkara as a raid boss or B) saving an Ahamkara in trouble from some other threat. And maybe if we do that, he grants us one last wish.

The theory goes that it would not just bring Cayde back into exo form, but in human form, restoring him to the man he used to be centuries ago. Cayde would return to the game as a full-fledge human guardian now, thanks to our Ahamkara wish, though what price we would pay to make that happen is unclear.

I'm skeptical of this because Destiny raids are only played / beat by a relatively small percentage of the player base, and to date, Destiny has never had in-game story content directly linked to raids like say, Cayde's resurrection. Lore? Sure, lots of lore, but raids are not usually used as an end to the normal story campaign.

These two theories are elaborate and kind of crazy but I ' m not willing to rule either out. Honestly, if given the option, I think Cayde probably should just stay dead, and neither should come to pass. Destiny needs a story with stakes, and characters being tragically killed off and staying dead is key, especially in a storyline where all Guardians can theoretically be resurrected every five seconds if need be of the lore).

So, what do you do of these crazy theories?

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