The inside of the comet is filled with swirling passages of ice, which can make it difficult for the player to navigate. Some of these passages lead to Ghost Matter and instant death. These passages eventually lead to the Ruptured Core.
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On the dark side of the comet lies the Frozen Nomai Shuttle , a craft that was manned by the three Nomai explorers known as Poke , Pye and Clary. The shuttle is inaccessible whilst it is trapped in ice upon The Interloper. However if the player visits the Gravity Cannon located on Ember Twin the shuttle can be recalled back to the launch pad, where the player can access the interior for more information about the explorers. Deep within The Interloper lies the remains of what used to be the core of the comet. Inside of these remains can be seen crystals reminiscent of those found near pockets of Ghost Matter dotted around the solar system.
Along with them an audio recording can be found detailing that the core was filled with an "exotic" matter that would surely be hazardous to anyone touching it.
They go on to say how the core is under immense pressure and should it break open, the entire solar system would be blanketed in this matter, potentially wiping out all life. The explorers were going to warn the rest of the Nomai but apparently failed to do so before the core ruptured due to its proximity to The Sun. It is assumed that the Ghost Matter released from the resulting explosion wiped out all Nomai in the solar system instantaneously, before they ever had a chance to resume their search for the Eye of the Universe.
There is an audio recording related to the Frozen Nomai Shuttle located just outside of the shuttle when it is landed on The Interloper.
On the art side, the Interloper is made almost entirely from unique geometry, due to the specific nature of the greybox. The ice at the tail of the Interloper.
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One of the key visual elements of the Interloper is its translucent ice, which we achieved using a shader that we use across the game for a variety of unique surfaces: a custom bidirectional reflectance distribution function BRDF shader. Simply put, a BRDF is a bit of math used in computer graphics to describe the way that light interacts with a surface.ivorgare.tk
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The horizontal axis represents the viewing angle of the camera to the surface, while the vertical axis represents the angle of the light to the surface. Death and damnation to you, Ulrich von Gradwitz. Again, this quote demonstrates that the two men are oblivious to the notion that they could be interlopers in nature.
Additionally, they also contribute to their undoing by failing to realize that their fates are intertwined. Instead, they each speak as though one will die at the mercy of the other, never considering the identical plan nature has for both of them. The two enemies stood glaring at one another for a long silent moment.
Each had a rifle in his hand, each had hate in his heart and murder uppermost in his mind. The chance had come to give full play to the passions of a lifetime.
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But a man who has been brought up under the code of a restraining civilization cannot easily nerve himself to shoot down his neighbor in cold blood and without word spoken, except for an offence against his hearth and honour. This scene emphasizes the impotence of both men despite the build-up of a generations-old feud. This impotence arises in part from Aristocratic customs, which chill innate and carnal desires for violence and replace them with mannerly rules of hostility.
As we see later, nature is free from these constraints and acts without hesitation.
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Here Saki demonstrates the superiority of nature over man. Where man hesitates, nature acts — decisively and effectively. By capitalizing the "n" in "Nature" Saki also presents the setting as a main character in the story.
A fierce shriek of the storm had been answered by a splitting crash over their heads, and ere they could leap aside a mass of falling beech tree had thundered down on them. This is a turning point in the story. Ironically the land over which the two men fight is what physically traps them.