Fuel for the Imagination Realisator

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Fuel for the Imagination Realisator

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So this is basically a Covert Front void scan. It makes sense to make them separate. Here are the messages that are covert front related I posted. I just hope this will be an active threat.
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Re: Ausdruckslosigkeitscanmaschine

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Personifactions:
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Re: Ausdruckslosigkeitscanmaschine

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Maximilian Villemard's series (2000) made in 1910 looks at our future like a mixture of back to the future antiqutiy and steampunk awesomeness. Image
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Re: Ausdruckslosigkeitscanmaschine

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Images redrawn by Skutnik and used in the Covert Front Series:
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The actual Manfred Nicolai ''Walter Nicolai"
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The Books ''Trans-Atlanik'' and the Max Planck book.

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Re: Ausdruckslosigkeitscanmaschine

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Re: Ausdruckslosigkeitscanmaschine

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I'm wondering if this thread should be in another forum. Keep in mind the original sub-voidscan thread is purposefully for providing references and suggestions for environments and objects in future Subnet expansions, locations, etc. Considering there are no more CF games being made this is more just a "related aesthetic" thread.

They are nice images though.

EDIT: removed " "Theories and Suggestions" is primarily Submachine-based content" from my reasoning as threads not related to Submachine can and should exist in this subforum.
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Re: Ausdruckslosigkeitscanmaschine

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Apocryphactor wrote:I'm wondering if this thread should be in another forum. "Theories and Suggestions" is primarily Submachine-based content, and also keep in mind the original sub-voidscan thread was purposefully for providing references and suggestions for environments and objects in future Subnet expansions, locations, etc. Considering there are no more CF games being made this is more just a "related aesthetic" thread.

They are nice images though.
Some of them are off topic I suppose... I will think about it.
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Re: Fuel for the Imagination Realisator

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I re-named this tread to Fuel for the Imagination Realisator. I hope people like it, and just to clear everything up, what can you post here, and the idea behind it.

Objects, Documents, Things, People, Pictures or other things that are not directly linked to Covert Front but are aesthetics. It doesn't have to be a direct part of the series, but if it is logical to have a link when it comes to the time the series plays a role in that is fine.

I made this tread in the first place, mostly to share a hope for a new adventure with Kara. Not for a new part of the series. And mostly to share nice pictures I enjoy and would like sharing.

So, today I was revisiting pictures I have seen as a kid, about the Argonne. The Argonne was a heavy battleground for the first World War. But after 100 years, it looks like this (found on Dutch forum of the first world war, pictures by user named ''froos''):
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Re: Fuel for the Imagination Realisator

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Ok, no one besides you will still have any idea what this thread is about by looking at the title. You're still favoring a flashy name too much over a useful one.

Pictures are still nice though.
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Re: Fuel for the Imagination Realisator

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I mean, the Imagination Realisator is pretty central to the plot of Covert Front, so I think it is pretty clear. At least as clear as VoidScan.

Also, yes, awesome pictures.
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