ARCADIA - Rise and Fall is an utopian adventure in a scale of an epic poetry for WarCraft III - The Frozen Throne. The world has changed. Society is at its end. A large group began with the creation of artificial living conditions, which should help to prolong life. A System was created under the name "THE GRID". The system is sick and was infected by a virus. Erodes the virus, the GRID and all dependent subjects dies. You have to find a cure for the meta-level!

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duelist
duelist Apr 4 2011, 9:28pm says:

is it supposed to be a soda can or something O.o

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De.Facto
De.Facto Apr 4 2011, 11:30pm replied:

The medicament, called Aeternitas which helps to prolong lives.

But well, this is also some indirect critique to "artificial created living conditions".
Things we don't need, but most of us buying it.

Advertising is like propaganda.

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duelist
duelist Apr 4 2011, 11:47pm replied:

I see, A nice subtle representation. Ahaha yeah thats society for you.
Yeah i know what you mean, a more satirical version but it sure is.

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De.Facto
De.Facto Apr 5 2011, 12:22am replied:

I've used the cocacola-font to make it more comparable. (;

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duelist
duelist Apr 5 2011, 6:41pm replied:

I noticed. Its perfect, and i just noticed the spinal column thing too, its brilliant XD

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De.Facto
De.Facto Apr 5 2011, 10:17pm replied:

Yes, right.

"In ancient Roman religion, Aeternitas was the divine personification of eternity[..]In Greek literature called Aion life or the life time, also transmit a very long time or forever. In the medical context Aion was a name for the spinal column"

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duelist
duelist Apr 6 2011, 2:43pm replied:

Aaah interesting I never knew that, i was actually thinking of the Indian belief of life force which was housed in your spinal column. XD

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