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this is latin for "true question" is it not? Dr. Clayton Forrestor
Nothing to do with the Enclave
The game guide outright says that it's refering to aliens. The name of the terminal is "We are not alone". The terminal is on an alien ship. There is nothing Enclave about this. The fact that the model of the pistol is the same as the one Enclave officers sometimes carry in the game is completely irrelevant. You are completely grasping at straws. There is not a single reason why someone would think this has something to do with the Enclave, when the organization is obviously a jab at various UFO investigation organizations/conspiracy theorists. There is simply nothing doubtful here. 22.214.171.124 09:31, 24 July 2016 (UTC)
- There is no real reason to get so worked up about this - The Vault, like many other Curse wikis, is a community project. If you see speculation, incorrect information, or outright vandalism, then you are absolutely free to make changes as you see fit, so long as they fall within our established guidelines and policies. Since you seem interested in this particular subject, I will let you make the appropriate changes as you see fit. If you would rather not, then just let me know, and I will give the article a good looking over.
Thanks for your interest - hope to see you editing around here! GarouxBloodline 23:58, 24 July 2016 (UTC)
- Firstly; Welcome to the Vault!
- Secondly, I messed up. But I believe it to be a writing error on my part. As I understand it, their main goal was to expose "the conspiracy" about their use of alien technology. How I got this conclusion was combining the MPLX Novasurge with the mass produced – at that time – Enclave only issued weapon with the guide claim, quote; "It is said that Alien technology was the basis of many of the Enclave's more exotic and impressive weaponry and robotics, and even toy manufacturers such as Wilson Automatoys weren't immune to these accusations."--Ant2242 (talk) 00:25, 25 July 2016 (UTC)