History Headscratchers / PrinceOfPersia

4th Jun '16 10:46:30 PM gewunomox
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** She clearly had no idea of the concept of a SelfFulfillingProphecy. On the other hand, what else she could do? Just sit and wait for the Prince to come and kill her without a LastDance? Same as if the Prince himself just gave up and let Dahaka kill him.

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** She clearly had no idea of the concept of a SelfFulfillingProphecy. On the other hand, what else she could do? Just sit and wait for the Prince to come and kill her without a LastDance? TheLastDance? Same as if the Prince himself just gave up and let Dahaka kill him.
12th Sep '15 1:58:10 AM damnedifiaint
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** She is a sand creature, just extremely powerful, second only to Kaileena. Notice that every sand creature in ''Warrior Within'' bleeds and can sustain a certain dose of water before it dies (there was rain when the battle on ships occur).

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** She is a sand creature, just extremely powerful, second only to Kaileena. Notice that every sand creature in ''Warrior Within'' bleeds and can sustain a certain dose of water before it dies (there was rain when the battle on ships occur).occur).
* How does a better sword help one destroy walls? Surely that's mostly a question of the user's strength?
10th Jul '15 8:39:55 PM infernape612
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** She is a sand creature, just extremely powerful, second only to Kaileena. Notice that every sand creature in ''WarriorWithin'' bleeds and can sustain a certain dose of water before it dies (there was rain when the battle on ships occur).

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** She is a sand creature, just extremely powerful, second only to Kaileena. Notice that every sand creature in ''WarriorWithin'' ''Warrior Within'' bleeds and can sustain a certain dose of water before it dies (there was rain when the battle on ships occur).
27th Oct '13 5:56:25 PM MagBas
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* Why did they decide to make the alternate ending of ''Warrior Within'' the canon ending instead of just having it be the default ending?
** It's not really an alternate ending so much as the GoldenEnding. {{Golden Ending}}s are almost always the canon endings.
** to {{deconstruct|ion}} the TakingAThirdOption...
** Plus, when you think about it, the alternate ending has a lot more potential. The Prince has not only escaped his fate, he has destroyed it, and it means that Kaileena could [[spoiler:be killed in Babylon to release the Sands of Time once more]], setting the plot up for the next game.



* Was I the only one cheering for the Dahaka? I mean, yes, he is pretty much the BiggerBad of the story, but he was just [[PunchClockVillain doing his job]] because the prince had messed up the timeline and was not just worsening the situation. Now, I am against fate in general, but the Prince had brought it upon himself and the Dahaka in the non-canon ending in the end just destroyed the Sands of Time. Why should I consider him a villain?
** Because he's trying to kill you. It does put a damper on your relationship, even if it's nothing personal.
** The Prince had it coming for continually changing the timeline, so yeah, he had to man up and face death with dignity
4th Sep '13 11:59:42 AM Xantosfork
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** The Prince had it coming for continually changing the timeline, so yeah, he had to man up and face death with dignity
16th Jun '13 8:05:22 PM damnedifiaint
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** It'd be a really crappy Guardian of Time if you could stop it by swimming across a pool. Maybe the portal rooms have entire water systems in the walls and the Dahaka can't get in.
16th Jun '13 8:03:42 PM damnedifiaint
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** Because he's trying to kill you. It does put a damper on your relationship, even if it's nothing personal.
5th May '13 9:43:39 PM Luigifan
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** She clearly had no idea of {{SelfFulfillingProphecy}} concept. On the other hand, what else she could do? Just sit and wait for the Prince to come and kill her without {{LastDance}}? Same as if the Prince himself just gave up and let Dahaka kill him.
* How does the Dahaka get to the island? I know that it's shown that it can do a teleportation kind of thing, but judging by the fact that it can't teleport past water (shown when the Prince is in the time portal rooms), it would be reasonable to assume that it can't teleport past water. So how did it get to the island? Built a ship?

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** She clearly had no idea of {{SelfFulfillingProphecy}} concept. the concept of a SelfFulfillingProphecy. On the other hand, what else she could do? Just sit and wait for the Prince to come and kill her without {{LastDance}}? a LastDance? Same as if the Prince himself just gave up and let Dahaka kill him.
* How does the Dahaka get to the island? I know that it's shown that it can do a teleportation kind of thing, but judging by the fact that it can't teleport past water (shown when the Prince is in the time portal rooms), it would be reasonable to assume that it can't teleport past water. So how did it get to the island? Built Build a ship?



** She is sand creature, just extremely powerful, second only to Kaileena. Notice that every sand creature in ''WarriorWithin'' bleeds and can sustain certain dose of water before it dies (there was rain when the battle on ships occur).

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** She is a sand creature, just extremely powerful, second only to Kaileena. Notice that every sand creature in ''WarriorWithin'' bleeds and can sustain a certain dose of water before it dies (there was rain when the battle on ships occur).
22nd Mar '13 4:12:18 AM Saendra
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** [[AWisardDidIt A Fate did it]].

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** [[AWisardDidIt [[AWizardDidIt A Fate did it]].
22nd Mar '13 4:11:50 AM Saendra
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** She clearly had no idea of {{SelfFulfillingProphecy}} concept. On the other hand, what else she could do? Just sit and wait for the Prince to come and kill her without {{LastDance}}? Same as if the Prince himself just gave up and let Dahaka kill him.



** [[AWisardDidIt A Fate did it]].



* Just to clear things up, who really is Shadee? Ok, the Empress' henchwoman, but how, exactly? I mean, she doesn't seem to be a sand creature (she can cross water portals and bleed when killed). Is she "part" of the Empress? Like, Kaileena is the Empress' human avatar and Shadee is one half of said avatar? Was she a mercenary trained and hire by the Empress? And why does she try to kill Kaileena, who's technically her mistress?

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* Just to clear things up, who really is Shadee? Ok, the Empress' henchwoman, but how, exactly? I mean, she doesn't seem to be a sand creature (she can cross water portals and bleed when killed). Is she "part" of the Empress? Like, Kaileena is the Empress' human avatar and Shadee is one half of said avatar? Was she a mercenary trained and hire by the Empress? And why does she try to kill Kaileena, who's technically her mistress?mistress?
** She is sand creature, just extremely powerful, second only to Kaileena. Notice that every sand creature in ''WarriorWithin'' bleeds and can sustain certain dose of water before it dies (there was rain when the battle on ships occur).
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