Cutscene Transcript
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This cutscene is now replaced by dialogues of Child and Duplicator. This page is now outdated. However, we can still refer this event as "River".

Introduction[edit | edit source]

River is the 7th cutscene in the game Run 3, 6th cutscene if you are not counting the optional cutscene Batteries. This is a minor cutscene.

This cutscene is now removed. It is replaced by dialogues of the two characters. But in this wiki, we still count this as a cutscene.

Plot[edit | edit source]

Updated Version[edit | edit source]

Upon finishing Level F-1, the Child tells his father that he likes to call this tunnel the river. He then says rivers are a thin blue line, and this tunnel is like a thin blue line in space. The discussion ended with the Duplicator saying that this is a good analogy.

After beating Level F-2, the Child and Duplicator will start discussing about rivers, and Duplicator reminds his son that books are fictional.

And after beating Level F-3, Duplicator asks the Child what is the color of a river, and Child answers blue. He asks what the color of water is as well. The Child replies that water is clear. Then the Duplicator starts questioning if river is really made out of water.

Outdated Version[edit | edit source]

After beating Level F-3, a cutscene starring the Duplicator and Child will begin. The Child says that he calls the F-Tunnel "The River". The Duplicator seems confused as to what a river is, so the Child explains that it is a "thin blue line on the surface of the Planet."

He continues to say that rivers are really wavy, like the tunnel, and he saw one in a book. The Duplicator reminds him that books are fiction, and the Child replies with, "Yeah, Yeah."

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • According to Wikipedia, the definition of a river is a "natural flowing watercourse, usually freshwater, flowing towards an ocean, sea, lake or another river." 
  • This cutscene shows the Child's age, as mispronounces "inevitable" as "enevitable." 
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