History Headscratchers / RatchetAndClank

13th May '16 5:00:08 AM MegaMarioMan
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** It's explained in the 2016 [[RatchetAndClank2016 game and movie]].

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** It's explained in the 2016 [[RatchetAndClank2016 game [[VideoGame/RatchetAndClank2016 game]] and [[WesternAnimation/RatchetAndClank2016 movie]].



*** I always thought Ratchet was 14 in the first game. Well, I can say that Ratchet was no older than 2 when he was sent to Veldin. This makes sence, as very few people have memories from even the age of 3 (and if we remember the [[{{JakAndDaxter}} rival series]], the hero was barely 3 when he was sent to safety, but does remember "the light").

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*** I always thought Ratchet was 14 in the first game. Well, I can say that Ratchet was no older than 2 when he was sent to Veldin. This makes sence, as very few people have memories from even the age of 3 (and if we remember the [[{{JakAndDaxter}} [[Franchise/JakAndDaxter rival series]], the hero was barely 3 when he was sent to safety, but does remember "the light").



** Well, it could be fate, as I see Orvus as a living [[{{God}} God]]. He knew that Ratchet was a lombax (and the only one left in Solana), and he foreseen the plots of Chairman Drek, and [[spoiler: Qwark]], and Dr. Nefarious, and Gleeman Vox, being foiled by a lombax (well, he IS a Zoni, and it's possible that they can [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2 see into the future]]). He wanted his heir to be with a lombax, so that's why he caused Clank to be created in Quartu. If you read the trivia in A Crack in Time, Orvus actually ''went'' to Quartu, around the time Clank was created.

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** Well, it could be fate, as I see Orvus as a living [[{{God}} God]]. {{God}}. He knew that Ratchet was a lombax (and the only one left in Solana), and he foreseen the plots of Chairman Drek, and [[spoiler: Qwark]], [[spoiler:Qwark]], and Dr. Nefarious, and Gleeman Vox, being foiled by a lombax (well, he IS a Zoni, and it's possible that they can [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2 see into the future]]). He wanted his heir to be with a lombax, so that's why he caused Clank to be created in Quartu. If you read the trivia in A Crack in Time, Orvus actually ''went'' to Quartu, around the time Clank was created.
12th May '16 3:04:15 PM Chicalia
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** It's explained in the [[RatchetAndClank2016 game and movie]].

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** It's explained in the 2016 [[RatchetAndClank2016 game and movie]].
12th May '16 3:03:36 PM Chicalia
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** It's explained in the [[RatchetAndClank2016 game and movie]].
14th Apr '16 5:52:59 PM KellyNewbie
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** I don't think it's a matter of scale. For Gimlick Valley, 10-years is not a short time and there could be more than hundreds of casualties including civilians; they are not small numbers. Considering that the Great Clock's time-slipping ability is for 6 minutes maximum, the Clock could be damaged by turning time back for even more than few hours or days. Changing the past of Gimlick Valley could damage the Clock with similar scale of saving the Lombaxes back. I think it's just a [[PlotHole plot hole]], in my personal opinion.
23rd Feb '16 6:01:46 AM MegaMarioMan
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** Considering that Gadgetron also made a ''Black Hole Gun'', robot suicide drones and whatever else, the {{Mega Corp}}s of RatchetAndClank are basically [[Franchise/ResidentEvil Umbrella]] played for laughs.

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** Considering that Gadgetron also made a ''Black Hole Gun'', robot suicide drones and whatever else, the {{Mega Corp}}s of RatchetAndClank Franchise/RatchetAndClank are basically [[Franchise/ResidentEvil Umbrella]] played for laughs.
20th Jan '16 6:05:17 PM MegaMarioMan
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** Well, the first case is plainly literal -- the servomotors in Clank's arm need repair. The latter is likely a bit of slang for GettingCrapPastTheRadar, given just how biological these robots tend to act.

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** Well, the first case is plainly literal -- the servomotors in Clank's arm need repair. The latter is likely a bit of slang for GettingCrapPastTheRadar, given just how biological these robots tend to act.act.
* Did the Zoni de-modify Aphelion in between ''All 4 One'' and ''Full Frontal Assault''? You may recall that in the intro to ''[=A4O=]'', Aphelion still has the blue paintjob and fancy patterns, but then the ship looks like it did in ''Tools of Destruction'' when you see it in ''FFA'' and ''Into the Nexus''. What happened there?
16th Jan '16 6:19:06 AM Wanderwolf
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** The Nanophytes seem to have concentrated on Lombax cities for the most part. That's actually kind of logical, since the abandoned buildings would have held more intact technology than any crashed star fighters like 'Aphelion'.

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** The Nanophytes seem to have concentrated on Lombax cities for the most part. That's actually kind of logical, since the abandoned buildings would have held more intact technology than any crashed star fighters like 'Aphelion'.''Aphelion''.
16th Jan '16 6:17:27 AM Wanderwolf
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** The Nanophytes seem to have concentrated on Lombax cities for the most part. That's actually kind of logical, since the abandoned buildings would have held more intact technology than any crashed star fighters like 'Aphelion'.
15th Jan '16 11:02:44 AM Wanderwolf
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* In the first game, the servos in Clank's arm are broken at the end. One of the magazines in the Goodies Menu has Helpdesk Girl "showing off her servos" in it. So what are servos in the context of the game?

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* In the first game, the servos in Clank's arm are broken at the end. One of the magazines in the Goodies Menu has Helpdesk Girl "showing off her servos" in it. So what are servos in the context of the game?game?
** Well, the first case is plainly literal -- the servomotors in Clank's arm need repair. The latter is likely a bit of slang for GettingCrapPastTheRadar, given just how biological these robots tend to act.
6th Jan '16 5:24:19 AM MegaMarioMan
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*** I always thought Ratchet was 14 in the first game. Well, I can say that Ratchet was no older than 2 when he was sent to Veldin. This makes sence, as very few people have memories from even the age of 3 (and if we remember the [[{{JakAndDaxter}} rival series]], the hero was barly 3 when he was sent to safety, but does remember "the light").

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*** I always thought Ratchet was 14 in the first game. Well, I can say that Ratchet was no older than 2 when he was sent to Veldin. This makes sence, as very few people have memories from even the age of 3 (and if we remember the [[{{JakAndDaxter}} rival series]], the hero was barly barely 3 when he was sent to safety, but does remember "the light").



* In [[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankIntoTheNexus Into the Nexus]], there's a museum detailing some locales from the series. But how did they get photos of the [[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankFutureACrackInTime Great Clock]]? Last time I checked, it was the best kept secret in the galaxy!

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* In [[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankIntoTheNexus ''[[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankIntoTheNexus Into the Nexus]], Nexus]]'', there's a museum detailing some locales from the series. But how did they get photos of the [[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankFutureACrackInTime ''[[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankFutureACrackInTime Great Clock]]? Clock]]''? Last time I checked, it was the best kept secret in the galaxy!galaxy!
* In ''Into the Nexus'', after you [[spoiler:meet up with Neftin]] on Planet Thram, you get a call from Talwyn saying that the Thugs are attacking Meridian City. But... ''why'' are they attacking? Thugs-4-Less was working for Neftin, and at this point in the game, [[spoiler:he's done a HeelFaceTurn and started helping Ratchet]], so what are they doing in the city? [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse And how come no Thugs appear at all when you actually go there?]]
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