History Headscratchers / CastleInTheSky

22nd Jun '16 6:53:27 AM cillianflood
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** Aside from the crystal question I find this strain of questions incredibly odd. Of course someone created them. They hardly formed out of the ether. And they're clearly programmed to have some from of intelligence. As for what they're made of, presumably some type of light metal given they can fly but it's really quite irrelevant unless you want to try built your own.



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17th Dec '15 12:30:34 PM Serasia
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** He used playground knowledge. When I was a kid and wanted to climb up a metal or plastic slide at school during recess I took off my shoes and socks, making it a bit easier for my feet to stick to surfaces. Shoes and socks just slip off most surfaces. Laputa was made of stone, and that method would probably work on stone, too. Not sure if that's what Pazu was thinking, though he at least knew his socks and shoes would just get in the way.

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** He used playground knowledge. When I was a kid and wanted to climb up a metal or plastic slide at school during recess I took off my shoes and socks, making it a bit easier for my feet to stick to surfaces. Shoes and socks just slip off most steep surfaces. Laputa was made of stone, and that method would probably work on stone, too. Not sure if that's what Pazu was thinking, though he at least knew his socks and shoes would just get in the way.
17th Dec '15 12:17:46 PM Serasia
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** He used playground knowledge. When I was a kid and wanted to climb up a metal or plastic slide at school during recess I took off my shoes and socks, making it a bit easier for my feet to stick to surfaces. Laputa was made of stone, and that method would probably work on stone, too. Not sure if that's what Pazu was thinking, though he at least knew his socks and shoes would just get in the way.

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** He used playground knowledge. When I was a kid and wanted to climb up a metal or plastic slide at school during recess I took off my shoes and socks, making it a bit easier for my feet to stick to surfaces. Shoes and socks just slip off most surfaces. Laputa was made of stone, and that method would probably work on stone, too. Not sure if that's what Pazu was thinking, though he at least knew his socks and shoes would just get in the way.
17th Dec '15 12:15:58 PM Serasia
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** He used playground knowledge. When I wanted to climb up a metal or plastic slide during recess I took off my shoes and socks, making it easier for my feet to stick to surfaces a bit better. Laputa was made of stone, and the no shoes or socks method would work on stone, too. Not sure if that's what Pazu was thinking, though he at least knew his socks and shoes would just get in the way.

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** He used playground knowledge. When I was a kid and wanted to climb up a metal or plastic slide at school during recess I took off my shoes and socks, making it a bit easier for my feet to stick to surfaces a bit better. surfaces. Laputa was made of stone, and the no shoes or socks that method would probably work on stone, too. Not sure if that's what Pazu was thinking, though he at least knew his socks and shoes would just get in the way.
17th Dec '15 12:12:46 PM Serasia
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** He used playground knowledge. When I wanted to climb up a metal or plastic slide during recess I took off my shoes and socks, making it easier for my feet to stick to surfaces a bit better. Laputa was made of stone, and the no shoes or socks method would work on stone, too. Not sure if that's what Pazu was thinking, though he at least knew his socks and shoes would just get in the way.
17th Dec '15 11:54:00 AM Serasia
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**** In Spanish, "volar" means "to fly", in French it's "voler", in Latin it's "volare", so perhaps that explains possible inspirations for naming the stone. The "ite" part comes from the ending of the names of some minerals, rocks and gems, like andesite or quartzite.
10th Dec '15 8:47:13 PM JTurner82
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** It's debatable. Paquin's accent in real life tends to fluctuate due to being born in Canada and mostly raised in New Zealand. The actress has mentioned she sometimes slips into her NZ accent when speaking to friends from that country.
29th Oct '15 4:09:52 PM 2wingo
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* What was Sheeta's accent in the Disney dub?
11th Jul '15 9:04:15 AM GammaCavy
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** It's the self destruct command for the system, and can only destroy Laputa. Self destruct codes tend to be short.
10th Jul '15 11:47:00 PM PacificGreen
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* Did anyone create the robots on Laputa? What are they made of? Is it the central crystal that keeps them alive and running? How are they capable of understanding things like being kind towards animals?
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