'''Paris''' is the capital of France and the country's largest city. It is situated on the river Seine, in northern France.
As it relates to the game, JC Denton flies into Paris with the help of Jock, with the ultimate mission of making contact with Morgan Everett of the Illuminati, but before, he meets Chad Dumier of Silhouette, who tells him to find Nicolette DuClare, who can make contact with Everett. Paris is the most expansive part of ''Deus Ex'', starting on the roof of a building, going down to the streets, through the Paris Catacombs, through the streets of Paris, to the Chateau DuClare, through sewers, to an ancient Cathedral, and then to the train station to meet Everett.
In addition to meeting Morgan Everett, a major player in the game, and Chad Dumier, a major player in Invisible War, JC also fights Gunther Hermann here in the Cathedral.
==Part One: Catacombs==
Jock drops JC on the roof of a tall building and tells him the Catacombs are nearby, and that he should look up Chad Dumier, of Silhouette, for help in contacting Morgan Everett. JC must make his way down the building to ground level and find the entrance to the Catacombs. When he does, he must pass through a small group of Majestic-12MJ-12 Commando|commandos and MJ12 Trooper|troopers to get to Dumier. Dumier tells JC that he's not directly associated with the Illuminati. He does have some information, but will only give it if JC rescues two of his people. Once JC does this, Chad directs JC to the streets and tells him to make contact with Nicolette DuClare, saying that her mother Beth DuClare|Beth was directly associated with Morgan Everett. JC goes through the rest of the Catacombs, and comes up at the street level.
==Part Two: Nicolette==
The streets are crawling with MJ-12 troopers, commandos, and security bots, as well as the Paris police, who will not fight JC unless he gives them a reason. There are numerous stores here, such as the Enfant Terrible and the Boulangerie Centrale, for JC to explore, but it's at the nightclub La Porte de l'Enfer where JC meets Nicolette, posing as a "friend" who says Nicolette will meet her around back. JC leaves, and finds the "friend" there, who reveals herself as Nicolette DuClare; she's had to keep a low profile since her mother was murdered. Jock picks up JC and Nicolette and takes them to her home just outside the city limits, where JC discovers Beth DuClare's hidden computer lab, with which he's able to contact Everett. Everett tells him that, to meet him, JC must hack a computer in a nearby cathedral to allow Everett to use it.
==Part Three: Everett==
JC travels through the sewers to reach the Cathedral, which is also packed with MJ-12 troopers and commandos, seemingly under the command of a Woman in Black (or WiB). When JC finds the computer, he runs into Gunther Hermann, who is killed (either through a fight or the Killswitch|killphrase). When JC establishes the uplink, Everett agrees to meet JC. JC leaves the cathedral and goes down to a subway station, where he meets Toby Atanwe, who knocks JC out and transports him to Everett's home. Here, Everett explains to JC that he will be going back to America, to the X-51 site at Vandenberg to establish a link to the military networks. The mechanic who worked on Jock's helicopter seems a bit off, and nearby there's another mechanic, killed. If JC doesn't kill or KO the suspicious mechanic, Jock's copter blows up at the end of the game, killed by a bomb the odd mechanic left behind.
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Did WW1 and WW2 occur in the Deus Ex timeline? I see the League of Nations and the United Nations being formed as if those wars occured in addition to the creation of Israel. There was a terrible gamsutra that Israel would never lose to Arab nations and I am hoping a cool alt-history will redeem the time I lost reading the comment.
Special:Contributions/22.214.171.124|126.96.36.199 13:43, November 13, 2012 (UTC)
this once was hosted on a DX forum, I don't know if it still exists or who is to be credited for the amazing work, perhaps it's TomServo, who hosts the .txt? If you know, please mention the original writerUser:QJohnnyp|Johnny 11:13, 26 October 2008 (UTC)
:Johnny, I really don't think, we should have all of it pasted here. When someone comes on this page, he wants to learn about the events of Deus Ex, not ancient history. All those Hashishim, Weishaupts and Napoleons only confuse the reader. I won't do anything for now, but I'd just revert all changes and selectively add the relevant dates.--User:Nathan2000|Nathan2000 13:47, 26 October 2008 (UTC)
::I Agree. Some of those facts could be deleted, but... not all of them! The backstory of Deus Ex goes way back and is very rich and deep. Sure, as the wiki expands, and you add articles on the subjects and ideas appearing here, text may be moved into those articles. But I don't want the work of someone, who seems to be one of the greatest fans of Deus Ex, to go to waste.
::I find this one of the best and comprehensive timelines for Deus Ex and conspiracy theories related to the game. I don't find it hard to read or confusing at all- maybe it's because I studied the subjects a few years ago. And it's not antient history. There are no dates from before anno domini, are there?
::And actually, the reader doesn't want to learn about the events of Deus Ex in this particular page- otherwise we'd just have to delete it all and leave 2052. Besides, the navigation is easy enough for one to skip everything through XXth century and get to the stuff in the XXIst century, which may be as confusing for some people. If you want to discuss more, speak to me on gg (5619471) and we'll swich to our native language. User:QJohnnyp|Johnny 14:11, 26 October 2008 (UTC)
:::OK, I could stand it until I found Rosicrucians and Opium Wars. I cleaned up all non-relevant events (I mean the dates, that can be found in Wikipedia). They are still available in http://en.deusex.wikia.com/index.php?title=Timeline&oldid=3562 the archive, if you want to include them somewhere (just please, not here). I also shortened long descriptions, obviously copied from Continuity Bible and in-game text. They're copyrighted, anyway.--User:Nathan2000|Nathan2000 19:17, 2 November 2008 (UTC)
== IW ending ==
Any reason why the anarchic ending was chosen for the page? If you really need to pick one, the blissful communion of humanity with the machina looks more appropriate to me, but mentioning all four would be the most informative and correct option. incognito 12:45, August 25, 2011 (UTC)
:Agree. User:Itachou|ItachouUser talk:Itachou|~talk~ 22:30, August 29, 2011 (UTC)
== Deus Ex 2 Canonical Ending ==
How does Human Revolution jive with the history here? Is the Illuminati ending the canonical one? Special:Contributions/188.8.131.52|184.108.40.206 01:47, August 26, 2011 (UTC)
:The canon ending for Deus Ex: Invisible War and Deus Ex: Human Revolution are still not chosen by the devs for now. User:Itachou|ItachouUser talk:Itachou|~talk~ 22:28, August 29, 2011 (UTC)
My bad, I started editing before you fixed it. --User:Dorgles|Dorgles 23:38, August 29, 2011 (UTC)
:No problem, I will merge the two =). User:Itachou|ItachouUser talk:Itachou|~talk~ 23:45, August 29, 2011 (UTC)
== Timeline that includes earlier events ==
I don't know if it's official or not, maybe somebody here can recognize it. Some info I see there seems to match with info here, however. User:Eddo36|Eddo36 19:25, September 10, 2011 (UTC)
:Actually, they were already use to create the Timeline at first. Earlier events that don't change compared to our world doesn't require to be put. User:Itachou|ItachouUser talk:Itachou|~talk~ 20:05, September 10, 2011 (UTC)
All that stuff about the endings, saying humanity bans augmentation if Adam choses Darrow's ending, or that only the wealthy and powerful can afford augmentations if Jensen choses Taggarts ending, are all conjecture, right? We don't see what happens after any ending is chosen, and I'm pretty sure the devs wanted ALL the endings to be Deus Ex: The Conspiracy compatible. Shouldn't we get rid of those bits?Special:Contributions/220.127.116.11|18.104.22.168 00:51, January 3, 2012 (UTC)
== Human Revolution Endings ==
How you can known what happen after the Human Revolution endings if NONE of the consequences stated here are depicted, only a monologue with Adam Jensen stating why he toke each decision. --User:Mario Pajas|Mario Pajas 19:07, May 10, 2012 (UTC)
I think the conclusions to the alternate endings in Human Revolution are way too bombastic and full of speculation. The options are just to broadcast a recorded message or destroy the facility. The game ends with Adam Jensen's reflections on his experience, and a few snapshots as illustration. There is no certain conclusion to the consequences of the choice.
== 2027 Amended Timeline ==
As an addition to the timeline, perhaps 2027 entry could be modified to reflect the timeline of what happens between Icarus Effect, Human Revolution, the comics and The Fall. The correct sequence of events would be has follows: Icarus Effect Begins, (Around chapter 8) Human Revolution Begins up until end of first mission, Icarus Effect completes, The Fall begins and (as it currently is) concludes, Human Revolution continues to the extraction from the FEMA facility, the events of the Deus Ex comics occur, Human Revolution continues to Jensen escaping the Belltower dock, The Missing Link begins and concludes, Human Revolution continues and conlcudes. As the 2027 timeline is growing, this may be valuable for anyone following along with the games and media available. User:Quicksilverk|Quicksilverk (User talk:Quicksilverk|talk) 14:18, September 13, 2013 (UTC)
== Titan.utx ==
I deleted a statement that Titan.utx was carried over from Unreal - it wasn't. The ultimate proof is that there is a texture with "US Air Force" on it. Apparently, it was meant to be used on the Silo level of the game.--User:Nathan2000|Nathan2000 13:28, 26 October 2008 (UTC)
== What happens when you assume? ==
I guess I found out. See, Unreal has a monster called the Titan. I don't think it's killable - it's freakin' huge. There's an Unreal Tournament map that uses it, and that Titan is unkillable. I never bothered to look at it (I guess you used UnrealEd?). Someone said one of the mods uses it. Also, thanks for doing the external links thing. I'm rather new to Wiki editing. User:DXNathan|DXNathan 15:42, 26 October 2008 (UTC)