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'''"War"''' is said to be the biggest [[Narratives|narrative]] within the [[Westworld (Location)|Westworld park]].
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'''"War"''' is said to be the biggest and most demanding [[Narratives|narrative]] within the [[Westworld (Location)|Westworld park]].
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War lies at the furthest reaches of the park, a place [[Logan]] mentions he hasn't been but wants to go. He tried to persuade [[William]] into going with him. It also appears the War narrative is still raging, as the town of [[Pariah]] is holding many military personnel and weapons such as cannons. Logan, William and Dolores also cut off a Union wagon carrying explosives that were intended for use in the war.<ref>[[Contrapasso]]</ref>
   
War lies at the furthest reaches of the park, a place [[Logan]] mentions he hasn't been but wants to go. He tried to persuade [[William]] into going with him. It also appears the war narrative is still raging, as the town of [[Pariah]] is holding many military personnel and weapons such as cannons. Logan, William and Dolores also cut off a Union wagon carrying explosives that were intended for use in the war.<ref>[[Contrapasso]]</ref>
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It appears thus far that the war is between the [[Confederados]] and the [[Union]] and/or "[[Revolutionaries]]".
   
It appears thus far that the war is between the [[Confederado]] and the Union or "[[Revolutionaries]]".
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According to [[Aeden]] in [[Discover Westworld]], War draws elements from the Texas annexation, the United States Civil War, the Reconstruction, the Mexican Revolution, and other historical skirmishes.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
* [[Season One]]
 
* [[Season One]]
** [[Contrapasso]] - ''Mentioned Only''
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** [[Contrapasso]] - (Mentioned Only)
   
 
==Gallery==
 
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==References==
 
==References==
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Latest revision as of 01:35, October 3, 2018

 

"War" is said to be the biggest and most demanding narrative within the Westworld park.

War lies at the furthest reaches of the park, a place Logan mentions he hasn't been but wants to go. He tried to persuade William into going with him. It also appears the War narrative is still raging, as the town of Pariah is holding many military personnel and weapons such as cannons. Logan, William and Dolores also cut off a Union wagon carrying explosives that were intended for use in the war.[1]

It appears thus far that the war is between the Confederados and the Union and/or "Revolutionaries".

According to Aeden in Discover Westworld, War draws elements from the Texas annexation, the United States Civil War, the Reconstruction, the Mexican Revolution, and other historical skirmishes.

AppearancesEdit

GalleryEdit

See AlsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Contrapasso
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