History Fridge / TheReconstruction

20th Dec '14 2:51:52 PM nombretomado
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** It would have been interesting if [[spoiler:other party members jumped in to continue the final battle if everyone in the main party was defeated, a la FinalFantasyVI, but unfortunately the opportunity was missed; dying in the final battle will just lead to Alito encouraging everyone to stand back up.]]

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** It would have been interesting if [[spoiler:other party members jumped in to continue the final battle if everyone in the main party was defeated, a la FinalFantasyVI, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'', but unfortunately the opportunity was missed; dying in the final battle will just lead to Alito encouraging everyone to stand back up.]]
15th Jul '14 11:08:24 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In the GoldenEnding, when Qualstio sees [[spoiler:Tezkhra]], he remarks that he "took that weird jewelery out of [his] face". That "weird jewelery" is a [[spoiler:cybernetic implant]]. According to ''IMissTheSunrise'', isn't that [[spoiler:''the only thing keeping him alive'']]? How was he able to take it out? All things considered, though, this is probably intentional and will be explained later.

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* In the GoldenEnding, when Qualstio sees [[spoiler:Tezkhra]], he remarks that he "took that weird jewelery out of [his] face". That "weird jewelery" is a [[spoiler:cybernetic implant]]. According to ''IMissTheSunrise'', ''VideoGame/IMissTheSunrise'', isn't that [[spoiler:''the only thing keeping him alive'']]? How was he able to take it out? All things considered, though, this is probably intentional and will be explained later.
26th Oct '13 7:07:07 AM EditingN00b
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** The latest episode just confuses things further. [[spoiler:Apparently his ''entire biology and body structure'' is dependent on augments, since he had his body almost completely reformed by them when Rami turned him into a lacertian. Again, it seems that the most likely explanation is that he just took out the surface ones...]]

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** The latest episode he admits he [[spoiler:decided to augment himself beyond what was necessary for his survival as he felt he might as well be as powerful as he could make himself if he was being extensively augmented anyway. He obviously just confuses things further. [[spoiler:Apparently his ''entire biology and body structure'' is dependent on augments, since he had his body almost completely reformed by them when Rami turned him into a lacertian. Again, it seems that the most likely explanation is that he just took out the surface ones...]]removed some of said optional augments]].
10th Jun '13 4:29:37 PM FoolsEditAccount
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* Requires knowledge of both the GoldenEnding and the prequel, but [[spoiler:see FridgeBrilliance, above. If you have Tezkhra in your party, he should know about the emitter, and should have, at the very least, obliquely mentioned that they should keep active so that they don't trance.]]

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* Requires knowledge of both the GoldenEnding and the prequel, but [[spoiler:see FridgeBrilliance, above.below. If you have Tezkhra in your party, he should know about the emitter, and should have, at the very least, obliquely mentioned that they should keep active so that they don't trance.]]



* Despite everything he's been through and his general reserved nature, Dehl's ordinary portrait shows a slight smile on his face. Contrast this with his armored portrait, where that has been changed to a worried and nervous frown... [[spoiler:The armor is constantly reminding him of how he's had to throw away many of his previous ideals to become the savior of the world, and, try as he might to [[StoicWoobie hide it]], it's causing him noticeable discomfort and unhappiness.]]

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* Despite everything he's been through and his general reserved nature, Dehl's ordinary portrait shows a slight smile on his face. Contrast this with his armored portrait, where that has been changed to a worried and nervous frown... [[spoiler:The armor is constantly reminding him of how he's had to throw away many of his previous ideals to become the savior of the world, and, try as he might to [[StoicWoobie hide it]], it's causing him noticeable discomfort and unhappiness.]]]]
* The Sikohlon all have [[ThemeNaming four-letter names]], with an exception made for the "fathers", who can have names of any length. [[spoiler:So why does Mahk, the "first father" and founder of the clan, have a name that follows the normal guidelines? Maybe because [[VideoGame/IMissTheSunrise he used to be an ordinary Sikohlon]].]] Could also be considered subtle {{Foreshadowing}} for this fact.

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3rd May '12 5:33:36 PM FoolsEditAccount
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*** Also in fairness, [[spoiler: Tezkhra is affected by emitter radiation in a far worse way then most, its likely that his rather recently awakened state while still recovering his memories, the radiation caused him to mess up, he does say himself he can't believe he forgot about it after some time has passed.]]

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*** Also in fairness, [[spoiler: it seems to be implied that Tezkhra is affected by emitter radiation in a far worse way then most, its most. It's likely that his rather recently awakened state while still recovering his memories, the radiation caused him to mess up, he up. He does say himself he can't believe he forgot about it after some time has passed.]]



** This is now rectified in v1.07, where characters can have variable attack ranges. Fero now has a much more reasonable range of 5.



*** Oh, certainly. But it's still odd that the thought doesn't even occur to them.



** The latest episode just confuses things further. [[spoiler:Apparently his ''entire biology and body structure'' is dependent on augments, since he had his body almost completely reformed by them when Rami turned him into a lacertian. Again, it seems that the most likely explanation is that he just took out the surface ones...]]




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*** They can't train themselves to use the same magic that everyone else uses; even Moke admits that his magic is different than what the fortians use. But even if he could, that wouldn't help, since there's no way anyone knows that microorganisms even exist. [[spoiler:The emitter theory could work, though. If there is one there, it may have caused some fluke that allowed him to get lucky.]]
15th Apr '12 10:02:50 AM Newbedit0r
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*** Also in fairness, [[spoiler: Tezkhra is affected by emitter radiation in a far worse way then most, its likely that his rather recently awakened state while still recovering his memories, the radiation caused him to mess up, he does say himself he can't believe he forgot about it after some time has passed.]]


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** Which likely would have angered them further at this [[spoiler:"pretender" of their god.]]
10th Apr '12 2:16:39 AM Newbedit0r
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** Ignoring that they actually can train themselves to use magic, it is possibly due to [[spoiler:the one emitter Tezkhra hasn't found yet in the ending.]]

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** Ignoring that they actually can train themselves to use magic, it is possibly due to [[spoiler:the one emitter Tezkhra hasn't found yet in the ending. Don't forget there are quite a few references, including a hint from Tezkhra himself that Moke, who was at the heart of Dehl's fathers plans is very different from everyone else.]]
10th Apr '12 2:13:00 AM Newbedit0r
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** Ignoring that they actually can train themselves to use magic, it is possibly due to [[spoiler:the one emitter Tezkhra hasn't found yet in the ending.]]
17th Nov '11 5:12:27 PM FoolsEditAccount
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* How did Dehl's father manage to 'create' [[spoiler:the Blue Plague]]? If he literally created [[spoiler:the virus/bacterium]], that's just impossible. Even with modern society's advanced knowledge of biology and microorganisms, actually creating such a thing would be the discovery of the century. Even if we assume it was only genetically modified, again, even with our advanced knowledge of such things, that technology was only developed recently in RealLife. So how, in a world with Renaissance-level technology (we have no evidence they even know microorganisms ''exist''), did Dehl's father accomplish such a thing? "[[AWizardDidIt Magic]]" isn't even an acceptable answer, since he's a shra, and they can't use magic!
23rd Oct '11 5:35:19 AM FoolsEditAccount
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* This could be a bit of a stretch, but... Unlike all battles before it, which look as if the battlefield and characters are some kind of board game (which is symbolic of the plot), the final battle has the battlefield look like the actual surroundings of the area. This could just be a bit of flair to make the FinalBoss unique, but it could also be [[spoiler:symbolic of the fact that the elaborate plan the Watchers had has now gone completely OffTheRails, and no one's pulling anyone's strings anymore. In other words, their "game" is over]]. Although, this does beg the question of why ordinary encounters in the final dungeon still have the regular battlefield.

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* This could be a bit of a stretch, but... Unlike all battles before it, which look as if the battlefield and characters are some kind of board game (which is symbolic of the plot), the final battle has the battlefield look like the actual surroundings of the area. This could just be a bit of flair to make the FinalBoss unique, but it could also be [[spoiler:symbolic of the fact that the elaborate plan the Watchers had has now gone completely OffTheRails, and no one's pulling anyone's strings anymore. In other words, their "game" is over]]. Although, this does beg the question of why ordinary encounters in the final dungeon still have the regular battlefield.battlefield, and why the {{Final Boss}}es still look like game pieces.
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