Talk:Getting Wet

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"She's Gone"

Like we can trust Carl. --Milowent 14:07, 17 June 2008 (CDT)

I think that him saying that actually INCREASES the chance of Gina being alive. Malan70 19:54, 17 June 2008 (CDT)
Carl might be a liar, but I don't think the creators are. "There will be multiple videos, character interaction, and for one, this will be their last dance." There is no more reason (for us the viewers) to doubt Gina's death than Bree's, Porter's, Drew's, Virgil's, Elizabeth's, or Claire's. TAAG, as in-game party, obviously hasn't seen promotional materials for the event, and as such, has no such confirmation that she has died. Therefore, Jonas' doubts are justified; however, I don't think any such justification exists in the out-game world with the information we've been given. It is, at this point in time, by examining the information available, the most logical to conclude that Gina is, in fact, deceased. The production of evidence to the contrary, while thoroughly unlikely as it would contradict a previous official announcement, could change this conclusion. However, as of now, Gina's death is confirmed by the evidence at hand. --Fatal Gear 17:29, 17 June 2008 (CDT)
Since when did "gone" mean exclusively dead? It can yes, but it is ambiguous at best.--modelmotion 17:55, 17 June 2008 (CDT)
"Gone" most definitely DOES NOT mean dead. While I believe she IS dead, it certainly hasn't been confirmed. Both the fact that the Creators have introduced the idea that Gina may not be dead and the fact that Carl, the world's biggest liar, said she is dead brings the idea of Gina being alive back for me. Malan70 19:54, 17 June 2008 (CDT)
I think Fatal Gear is right. The Creators said someone was gonna die. And someone did. Why the questions? -free2liv4evr 18:32, 17 June 2008 (CDT)
Thank you. I did not imply that "gone" meant dead. Carl is a liar, and yes, him saying that she's dead doesn't mean she is. It doesn't mean, though, that she isn't. A liar doesn't always lie; you can only trust that his truthfulness is suspect at best. I was pointing to the Creator's statement that someone was going to die as my premise for believing that she is in fact deceased. Like I said, show me where they contradict this, and that conclusion can be amended. I have not seen them make any indication that the announcement lied. If you have, please present it and I'll be happy to agree with you. --Fatal Gear 23:35, 17 June 2008 (CDT)