I think generalizations are a common source of confusion for people.
If you’ve ever seen a sweeping generalization, you know that it’s not that simple. There’s often a generalization that is true, but there are always exceptions.
Well, there you go. That is a sweeping generalization. I can’t say for sure that Vahn didn’t die, but I think people are usually right to be shocked that their hero is gone.
A sweeping generalization is an oversimplification of a particular aspect or fact. So if you have a sweeping generalization about Vahn, it won’t be true that he’s dead. If you’d like to talk about this generalization, you should probably go to a different blog.
One of the things that makes Vahn interesting is that he is a person who can act on his own in order to solve his problems. He did in fact die, but it was an accident, not intentional. His death is not part of the game, but that doesn’t mean that it is not a part of the game.
This sweeping generalization is a good one, but it is not the only one about Vahn. There are two other sweeping generalizations that are based on the same theory but are totally different stories.
The first is that Vahn was able to kill all eight Visionaries because he had a powerful weapon that only a few Visionaries have access too, something called the Vahn-Omega Beam. This weapon was able to send back the memories of the Visionaries to him, and Vahn was able to kill all eight with it. The second sweeping generalization is that the death of Vahn was intentional, and that he was trying to kill the Visionaries because they were his enemies.
If you’re reading this article, then you probably think that Vahn died, but you are wrong. What actually happened is that while Vahn was trying to kill Visionaries, something happened to him that caused him to wake up on the beach as a kid, and that he ended up in a time loop. He used to be the head of security for Visionaries, but they turned on him because he was on Deathloop, and he was still trying to kill them.
If you read the news, you’d probably think that Vahn died while he was trying to kill Visionaries, but then you’d see that he was still on Deathloop. And the fact that he eventually woke up on the beach as a kid is evidence that the Visionaries turned on him just as he was trying to kill them.
It’s also clear that he doesn’t remember what his past lives are like, so it’s up to the player to figure out if he’s the leader of a revolution or a time loop. It’s also obvious that he doesn’t remember anything good about his past, so he might start a revolution and start a time loop. These are all very important questions, in my opinion.