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Ever notice how people often die in hospitals, the VERY same places in which newborn babies are brought into this world? COINCIDENCE? I think not, I think the babies are just the dead people respawning.
So spawn killers are the crazy doctors stabbing patients in the gut while they sleep
"let's throw the babies into the air and catch them with our bayonets, whoever catches the most wins!"
At 1/29/11 03:46 PM, yonokowhat wrote: So spawn killers are the crazy doctors stabbing patients in the gut while they sleep
No, it's that guy Tom Fulp was talking about the other week in Philly who cuts newborn babies' and late-term abortees' spinal columns with scissors.
And OP, you forgot about the incubation period and the Bardo.
At 1/29/11 03:46 PM, AapoJoki wrote: I think not, I think the babies are just the dead people respawning.
Then why in the blue hell didn´t you post that in theVideo Games Forum?
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At 1/29/11 03:50 PM, Lagerkapo wrote: No, it's that guy Tom Fulp was talking about the other week in Philly who cuts newborn babies' and late-term abortees' spinal columns with scissors.
No, that was Wade.
At 1/29/11 04:22 PM, RiotFlash wrote: not everyone was born in a hospital. not everyone died in a hospital.
Those aren't respawning, they're just joining the game, and those who die are just leaving or changing teams.
most hospitals are large and include many rooms so it would only be sensible that more medical places are centered in one. terminal wards and expecting mothers are both groups of people which are volatile and need near-constant medical attention. thats what a hospital does
also if they were respawn points then in actual wars, all the people dying of wounds or sickness in a near-front line town would be equal to the people being born (hint: it is 50 to 1 in france ww1). so no