A Path to the Stars. Strider and his group (Redemption) want to blow up a transceiver (one of the piles of trash that Degtyarev examined in CoP) that supposedly controls the Monolith. Strider managed to find out that the Monolithians are going to gather in one place and listen to their Preacher’s speech. The player and Redemption disguise themselves as Monolithians, and have to get to the Prometheus Movie Theater, where the gathering is going to take place. Sometimes, patrols will stop the group, but they will let them proceed if correct dialogue options are selected. The patrols can be silently killed, but Strider will scold the player for doing so. When the Preacher starts his speech, he leaves his PDA on a table in the Theater. It has to be quietly stolen. After the transceiver is located, Redemption lays down the charges, and blows it up.
Strider’s group is called Redemption
“The patrols can be silently killed, but Strider will scold the player for doing so“
George Harrison, F.P.S.H.O.T., 2000. Photo courtesy of Radical Media, Inc.
“‘When Jeff [Lynne] and I were working on the song "Rising Sun,” it was one of the saddest and happiest things to work on,’ says Dhani [Harrison]. 'To hear the finished result, with the big strings on it like my dad had intended - it was the best thing ever. And then to realize that he never got to hear it, even though he probably just heard it in his head the whole time - for me, it’s still one of the saddest things ever.
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