Im pretty sure the part about the broken warmind being hacked is wrong It was a research/manufacturing ai for the defense corporation Clovis Bray that used to be synced to another warmind which fell in the collapse...
I see machines who worship in places outside the world
Help me be victorious. Tell me your secret.
Tell me how to step.
- Rasputin is actually talking to the Exo Stranger, and please use Forum:General Discussion for your theories. --Δαντε τηε Γηοστ Ι ωονδερ ιφ Ικορα γιϝες ηυγς το Γηοστσ. Ηεη... ανψωαψς, νιξε ωορκ. Τηις ις ωηατ Ι υσεδ. Dante the Ghost (talk) 15:50, 19 April 2018 (EDT)
Provided the lore for the Seventh Seraph Bond, Mark, and Cloak, it is almost certain that the Abhorrent Imperative protocol, regarding Rasputin engaging the Traveler to prevent it from fleeing, was indeed activated.
"As blackness crept into his vision, he saw the Traveler in the sky, moving away, abandoning him... "I'm sorry," he thought to himself while cursing the orb in the sky for deserting him... The last thing he remembered before they placed him into coldsleep was an explosion in the sky so bright it blinded him."
Re: Abhorrent Imperative
No, Rasputin didn’t attack the Traveler. This is most definitely the Traveler’s sacrifice, when she pushed back the Darkness. Besides, If Rasputin couldn’t do anything against the Darkness, what could he have done against the Traveler? Simple: nothing.
Please, don’t start spreading false information. The “Rasputin shot the Traveler” theory has been debunked, and is proven false; both in-game, and outside.