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9th Jul '16 10:28:04 PM Discar
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** The sandstorms are implied to be Hive's spores, an entire planet's worth of dead. Not sure why he wouldn't use them to eat people directly, but maybe when food is scarce it's more efficient to possess mostly-intact corpses rather than strip them bare.
3rd Jul '16 12:31:52 PM hunter139
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** Some of the things that happen are probably caused by the planet itself. It's doubtful that Hive would make it more difficult to get to the portal when he ''wants'' to leave the planet. Presumably the former inhabitants of the world did something that caused the planet to shift every time the portal opened, thus keeping Hive trapped and pissing him off. As for the astronauts going insane, it may be as simple as isolation combined with the looming threat of some unknown creature killing them may have driven them over the edge. Will is the only one to say that the astronauts were trained for isolation, but he himself clearly isn't all there either. I doubt any amount of training could cover years of isolation combined with a lack of sunlight and the fear of some alien creature coming to kill them.
2nd Jul '16 9:19:07 PM LavaringX
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* In the episode "4,722 Hours", a mysterious entity that Will refers to as "It" does several creepy and supernatural things, such as drive Will's comrades insane and widen a canyon separating Will and Simmons from the portal. We later find out that "It" is actually an ancient Inhuman named Hive, and that many of the things that "It" was able to accomplish were explained scientifically (imitating the Astronaut was likely accomplished by possessing his dead body, and the astronaut who purportedly "set himself on fire" was likely actually eaten by Hive's parasites). However, this still does not explain how Will's other two companions went insane, nor does it explain the sandstorms that hail Hive's prescence or the ability to extend a Canyon to prevent Will and Simmons from escaping. It's possible Will's companions went insane all on their own, however, Will retroactively debunks this theory when Simmons suggests it by stating that these astronauts were trained for years of isolation. Did their encounter with an entity as powerful as Hive drive them mad? And how did Hive extend the canyon? Was that simply a natural occurance that happens on Maveth to prevent Hive from leaving? Somebody please explain.

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* In the episode "4,722 Hours", a mysterious entity that Will refers to as "It" does several creepy and supernatural things, such as drive Will's comrades insane and widen a canyon separating Will and Simmons from the portal. We later find out that "It" is actually an ancient Inhuman named Hive, and that many of the things that "It" was able to accomplish were could be explained scientifically (imitating the Astronaut was likely accomplished by possessing his dead body, and the astronaut who purportedly "set himself on fire" was likely actually eaten by Hive's parasites). However, this still does not explain how Will's other two companions went insane, nor does it explain the sandstorms that hail Hive's prescence or the ability to extend a Canyon to prevent Will and Simmons from escaping. It's possible Will's companions went insane all on their own, however, Will retroactively debunks this theory when Simmons suggests it by stating that these astronauts were trained for years of isolation. Did their encounter with an entity as powerful as Hive drive them mad? And how did Hive extend the canyon? Was that simply a natural occurance that happens on Maveth to prevent Hive from leaving? Somebody please explain.
2nd Jul '16 9:17:52 PM LavaringX
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2nd Jul '16 9:17:09 PM LavaringX
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[[folder: How was Hive able to do all of the things it did on Maveth?]]
* In the episode "4,722 Hours", a mysterious entity that Will refers to as "It" does several creepy and supernatural things, such as drive Will's comrades insane and widen a canyon separating Will and Simmons from the portal. We later find out that "It" is actually an ancient Inhuman named Hive, and that many of the things that "It" was able to accomplish were explained scientifically (imitating the Astronaut was likely accomplished by possessing his dead body, and the astronaut who purportedly "set himself on fire" was likely actually eaten by Hive's parasites). However, this still does not explain how Will's other two companions went insane, nor does it explain the sandstorms that hail Hive's prescence or the ability to extend a Canyon to prevent Will and Simmons from escaping. It's possible Will's companions went insane all on their own, however, Will retroactively debunks this theory when Simmons suggests it by stating that these astronauts were trained for years of isolation. Did their encounter with an entity as powerful as Hive drive them mad? And how did Hive extend the canyon? Was that simply a natural occurance that happens on Maveth to prevent Hive from leaving? Somebody please explain.
11th Jun '16 10:22:56 AM hunter139
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** The thing is, Daisy had to make a detour to grab the warhead, and judging by how she was moving it with her powers, it clearly took some effort to get into place. By contrast, Lincoln already knows where Daisy will end up, so he just had to go straight to the Quinjet. And considering the blood trail and how wounded he was, he probably only had enough time to short out the manual controls and get into the pilot chair before Daisy and Hive showed up.
8th Jun '16 9:47:11 AM MrDeath
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** I think you've got the chronology mixed up. Lincoln didn't beat Hive or Daisy there. Hive is following Daisy's Kree blood. Lincoln snuck in while Hive and Daisy were having their confrontation, using that as a distraction.
8th Jun '16 9:23:04 AM GrigorII
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** Mack did not want to find out. When Coulson's hand was petrified, he axed it, to save the rest of his body. And no, human or inhuman, a hand cut from the body will not survive at all. The blood in it will get out, and the cells will die very shortly afterwards.



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** With ThePowerOfLove?
8th Jun '16 8:52:54 AM Raikaria
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[[folder:Season 3 Finale - Lincoln [Spoilers!]]]
* Lincoln was wounded to the degree he could hardly move without assistance. Daisy left him behind to go and get on the jet to take the warhead to space where it could detonate safely. Hive was already there when she got there, but stated he found her by the small of her blood. Except it was Lincoln's blood and he was already there and has shorted the manual controls. The thing is; we saw Lincoln with the rest of the team after Daisy had already left. So how on earth, when hardly able to move and leaving AFTER Daisy, did he not only get there before Daisy, but also early enough that Hive also beat Daisy there by following his blood trail, and he had time to hide himself in the chair in the cockpit and short the controls?
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7th Jun '16 8:07:38 PM GrigorII
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** After he was rogue, the location of Captain America is unknown. He can not be called. And Stark? Yes, Coulson called him, and the conversation went more or less like this
-->'''Coulson:''' Stark, this is Coulson. Listen, I know it must sound weird to hear this, but...
-->'''Stark:''' Yeah, yeah, good trick Ross. Please wait a moment.
-->'''Coulson:''' What? Did he just put me on hold?
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