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This earthquake had uncovered what Shilling deemed to be an immense creature. Not taken into account by him was the fact that such large fossils never unveil themselves and jut the way his pictures show, nor are insufficiently bulky for their size. There was an "August 26, 2004" update by Shilling, where he spoke of appendages that resembled wings. (This, of course, resembles the flying colossus in the game.) To quote: "However, with a colossus of such size, and such a massive 'wingspan' — if they indeed are wings — would have made its flying capability close to supernatural."
Originally posted by Thousand
Interestingly enough, subject x, the picture you posted is of a colossus that never made it into the game.
Originally posted by subject x
What I don't get about the viral advertising thing is how the connection is made.
I mean, so you see the pictures of the dragon fossil on-line.
How does that make the consumer buy the game?
There is no connection on either the fossil site or the game site.
Do the game people pay folks to scour the internet forums for mention
of the dragon fossil, so they can post an answer like
"Oh, that's just a viral for this new game" ?
Seems kinda hit-or-miss for big business, to me.