Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Kellie Graham

It turns out that kellie.graham@tritonenterprises.net is an active address and tells a different story.

Help Us!

Don't believe what Triton is telling you. I didn't write that security protocol notice.

Something has gone terribly wrong at the facility!! If you are receiving this message please send help! There are several of us trapped on the lower D-ring testing platform. I had no idea what they were doing here, if I don't make it to the surface may God forgive me for any part I have played in this.

I should have listened to him but I thought what he was talking about was nonsense, now I'm afraid he may be right....

18 comments:

jchaoz said...

b!x - kelly is refering to ethan, not van, the mezin are trying to convince that ethan is dead, with the flase journals etc.

The One True b!X said...

Nice theory, but nothing to support it. One of the codes to find the journals came in email from Van.

jchaoz said...

1/4 journals has been relevent information, from the start the mezin have dubbed ethan as a "long deaad fool" and erik has left him decoded messages as if he was alive. But just to turn things around, the whole reason we know about triton is from erik telling us, "HE WHO OWNS THE SITE OF TRUTH, WILL LEAD YOU DOWN THE ROAD OF GOOD. ERIK HAAS 102307" upon checking the whois information it was owned by ww.tritonenterprises.net

The One True b!X said...

The whole reason I knew about Tritin is because I checked the whois on my own. We didn't need any alleged and never-confirmed as in-game "Erik" to lead us there.

jchaoz said...

eriks only purpose was to show that ethan can see the "future" and prove he was right, why would he be fake? he never gave us any real information, just confirmed that ethan can see the future.

The One True b!X said...

Also, "Erik" said that one day after we had already found that information.

The only way for "Erik" to ever have been considered in-game is if a known in-game source referred to him.

None of them have ever done so.

The One True b!X said...

Actually, correction:

The other way for a character to be confirmed as in-game is if something he or she says or does clearly is reacted to, or comes to pass, or whatever, after the fact, via an known in-game site or source.

That never happened either.

jchaoz said...

who would go through that much trouble, with server auto respones, decoded messages etc, in such a short period time only to misinform us.

The One True b!X said...

Every ARG has gamejackers. It's what they do.

The One True b!X said...

Alternatively, "Erik" was meant to be in-game, but the puppetmasters are so bad at what they do, they failed to properly legitimize him.

But that would be their own fault.

You have to confirm sources as in-game, not simply believe that they are. No one has ever confirmed Erik's authenticity as in-game.

Ever.

jchaoz said...

cant argue with that.

Rhetro said...

yeah, i side with b!x on that...and the extra character he introduced, jacob something or other, that really didn't seem to fit in either. It seems that once that was being thrown around is when the Mezin started posting more blogs, pulling us away from them and their nonsense...

Ex Libris Mortis said...

I can argue with that as I have a source that has confirmed the legitimacy of Erik. This person works on the game itself...

Also, Erik has said somthing that will come to pass, and is currently happening, time will tell though, you will see my dear friend

Jose said...

jchaoz... said basically "who would go through that much trouble..."

There were fake sites and misleading comments the day after the cloverfield (sorry, didnt want to say that.) trailer surfaced. People put up sites quickly to gain on the popularity of the entire event. It was amazing actually.

I wonder if the puppetmasters were overwhelmed by all this activity? Did they expect this? Know it? What would have this all been without the trailer?

The One True b!X said...

I can argue with that as I have a source that has confirmed the legitimacy of Erik. This person works on the game itself...

It doesn't count unless they give us in-game connections to prove it. A puppetmaster saying through a player "oh yeah that's in-game" doesn't count.

So, if so, tell your source that they fucked up.

Ex Libris Mortis said...

its not through an in game character, i got the info from the real life actual person... and they do admit the sudden overwhelming of active people...

The One True b!X said...

its not through an in game character

That was my point.

The only way to establish the authenticity of a character as being part of the game is to us the game to do it -- the way EHWW.blogspot used "Mezin" prior to Van Mantra mentioning "Mezin", thereby establishing the authenticity of EHWW.blogspot.

And no in-game character or site has ever established the authenticity of Erik Haas. Therefore, the puppetmasters, if indeed Erik was meant to be in-game, fucked up.

The One True b!X said...

i got the info from the real life actual person

Wait, are you saying that the person playing Erik told you that Erik was in-game? If so, how in the world is that confirmation of anything?