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mjyoung

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TJ Burns

Subj: Re: How many Indian Reservations are there are in the USA?
Posted: Thu Jul 02, 2009 at 10:53:08 pm EDT (Viewed 82 times)
Reply Subj: Re: How many Indian Reservations are there are in the USA?
Posted: Thu Jul 02, 2009 at 10:05:51 pm EDT (Viewed 79 times)



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    I agree that their is a problem with Fraction's current storyline, he simply needs to explain what that information is that Tony is trying to destroy. And why Osborn isn't able to rediscover that information."



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    It seems fairly obvious to me: Tony has deleted ALL records the federal government has on the SHRA database. The ONLY copy of it still in existence is in Stark's own memory. While Norman could rediscover that information by reassembling the database, it's a safe bet that many of the heroes on it would refuse to participate. Norman's apparently not legally allowed to know any of the information on a hero's secret ID without a warrant... his attempt to hack the database was what released Tony's purging virus, which destroyed all the government's records on the SHRA. Basically, it's got Norman starting over again from scratch.


But the problem with here is that there aren't many (if any) members of the Initiative (or heroes who are registered) with a secret ID. What is preventing Osborn from going to the various teams, and asking each member that does have a secret ID, what their real name is? Obviously they don't have much of a problem with Osborn so that they are still members of the Initiative.

Take someone like Gravity. He is still registered and still part of the Initiative. And his identity is publicly known.

So is this really a problem for Osborn? I don't see how. I don't see how anyone that is part of the Initiative is going to refuse to re-give that information to Osborn. He would just put them in jail.

Who is going to refuse? Characters that previously registered, with a secret ID, and aren't part of the Initiative? Who are they? How many of them exist? Osborn obviously has the resources to hunt them down, so why doesn't he just do that?






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