History Headscratchers / Nine

13th Sep '17 8:33:14 AM Maniacs_Inc
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**Here are Google's definitions for "to protect", "to defend", and "to guard": To protect means "to keep safe from harm or injury; to aim to preserve (a threatened plant or animal species) by legislating against collecting or hunting; to restrict by law access to or development of (land) so as to preserve its natural state". To defend means "to resist an attack made on (someone or something); to speak or write in favor of (an action or person)". To guard means "to watch over in order to protect or control; watch over (someone) to prevent them escaping". So, as you can see, these words may sound similar, but they have different meanings. If you compare their definitions to 1, 7, and 8, associating those stitchpunks with those words makes some sense.
31st Jul '17 12:56:31 PM ThiefMochi
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*** Adding to this there's of course WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief, and you could chock it up to "magic" or "witchcraft" of some sort. There are spirits in this series after all.


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* What exactly differentiates 1's title "To Protect us", 7's "defend", and 8's "guard"? I can understand the nuance, but wanted to know what others think.
23rd May '16 12:36:05 PM flipperinvader2
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**Well in a light response to the voice audio part, that one doll voice box 2 had, had a adjustment knob...so maybe their other voice boxes had that to
30th Dec '15 9:24:45 AM Sharlee
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** Perhaps it'd be more accurate to say that everyone would have been better off if 9 had awoken ''after'' 2 had been captured, thus motivating 7 to kill the Cat-Beast instead of just watch it.
2nd Aug '15 7:22:17 AM Sharlee
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*** Considering what they were using it for, the Chancellor and his militants probably didn't ''want'' it to be given a soul/conscience.
2nd Aug '15 7:20:30 AM Sharlee
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** The Scientist's refuge against the gas would likely have very dry air, since it'd have to be filtered over and over. His body may simply have mummified from the dryness before it could rot, even if it ''did'' contain living bacteria.
2nd Aug '15 7:12:04 AM Sharlee
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** Also, the Fabricator Machine hadn't yet been destroyed when he created the stitchpunks, and was scouring the ruins for the Source. If the Scientist had used it to launch his soul into the heavens, what's to stop the Machine's constructs from tracing the WorldHealingWave to its origin point, snagging the amulet, and reviving their maker to destroy life all over again?
23rd Aug '14 4:23:39 PM Pyrarson
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* Which scientist gave the Fabrication Machine the power to eat souls?
1st May '14 7:43:50 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* Are the stitchpunks powered by magic alone? This seems to be the only explanation, considering that there's no way they could function as normal robots: they lack any kind of a nerve system that would tell the body parts how to move. It's especially {{Egregious}} in the oldest stitchpunks - take a look at 1's hand, for instance. It's basically ''just a few plates of metal screwed together.''
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* Are the stitchpunks powered by magic alone? This seems to be the only explanation, considering that there's no way they could function as normal robots: they lack any kind of a nerve system that would tell the body parts how to move. It's especially {{Egregious}} [[{{Egregious}} egregious]] in the oldest stitchpunks - take a look at 1's hand, for instance. It's basically ''just a few plates of metal screwed together.''
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1st May '14 7:43:11 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* Are the stitchpunks powered by magic alone? This seems to be the only explanation, considering that there's no way they could function as normal robots: they lack any kind of a nerve system that would tell the body parts how to move. It's especially ((Egregious}} in the oldest stitchpunks - take a look at 1's hand, for instance. It's basically ''just a few plates of metal screwed together.''

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* Are the stitchpunks powered by magic alone? This seems to be the only explanation, considering that there's no way they could function as normal robots: they lack any kind of a nerve system that would tell the body parts how to move. It's especially ((Egregious}} {{Egregious}} in the oldest stitchpunks - take a look at 1's hand, for instance. It's basically ''just a few plates of metal screwed together.''
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