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11th Mar '18 7:26:43 PM LordInsane
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** The Gorgonites ''were'' re-purposed as the Commando Elite's enemies, and while Irwin was able to sneak in their original backstory and personality, he might not have been able to do so for their names -- they would, after all, be visible on their packaging.
31st Jan '18 1:44:41 AM TitoMosquito
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*** After their ordeal in the movie, they decided to stop buy her those dolls. And probably tell their relatives not to give her those dolls as presents either.
4th Dec '17 4:43:48 PM RedCapLF
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** They are capable of learning, so they would recognize there mission is done and figure out what the next logical step is, for the Gorgonites it's to live in their new home, for the Commandos it would be to continue to "protect" humanity, likely attempting to destroy some new "alien threat" (pretty much any non-human looking toys).
** Don't know that "protecting humanity" was a factor in their programming (though "'''EVERYTHING else is just a toy'''" was). And considering how quick the Commandos were to consider humans tangentially related to the Gorgonites as enemy combatants (even ''shooting Timmy in the face'' before he has a chance to "declare his allegiance"), any kid with a beloved teddy bear or furby might be at risk in that scenario.

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** They are capable of learning, so they would recognize there their mission is done and figure out what the next logical step is, for the Gorgonites it's to live in their new home, for the Commandos it would be to continue to "protect" humanity, likely attempting to destroy some new "alien threat" (pretty much any non-human looking toys).
** *** Don't know that "protecting humanity" was a factor in their programming (though "'''EVERYTHING else is just a toy'''" was). And considering how quick the Commandos were to consider humans tangentially related to the Gorgonites as enemy combatants (even ''shooting Timmy in the face'' before he has a chance to "declare his allegiance"), any kid with a beloved teddy bear or furby might be at risk in that scenario.
4th Dec '17 4:43:08 PM RedCapLF
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** They are capable of learning, so they would recognize there mission is done and figure out what the next logical step is, for the Gorgonites its to live in there new home, for the Commandos it would be to continue to "protect" humanity, likely attempting to destroy some new "alien threat" so pretty much any non human looking toys

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** They are capable of learning, so they would recognize there mission is done and figure out what the next logical step is, for the Gorgonites its it's to live in there their new home, for the Commandos it would be to continue to "protect" humanity, likely attempting to destroy some new "alien threat" so pretty (pretty much any non human non-human looking toystoys).
** Don't know that "protecting humanity" was a factor in their programming (though "'''EVERYTHING else is just a toy'''" was). And considering how quick the Commandos were to consider humans tangentially related to the Gorgonites as enemy combatants (even ''shooting Timmy in the face'' before he has a chance to "declare his allegiance"), any kid with a beloved teddy bear or furby might be at risk in that scenario.
27th Aug '17 7:17:08 AM DoctorInk
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22nd Aug '17 5:30:40 PM DoctorInk
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22nd Aug '17 5:26:52 PM DoctorInk
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* Do the Gwendy Dolls already have the same kind of mechanical endo-skeleton inside them as the Commandos? If not, how are hollow dolls supposed to move and see things around them without the same technology? Even then, if the Commandos built endo-skeletons for them, where would they get the parts to build that much advanced tech for that many dolls?

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* Do the Gwendy Dolls already have the same kind of mechanical endo-skeleton inside them as the Commandos? If not, how are hollow dolls supposed to move and see things around them without the same technology? Even then, if the Commandos built endo-skeletons for them, where would they get the parts to build that much advanced tech for that many dolls?dolls?
* The toys are all powered by Lithium-based batteries. Keeping in mind that Lithium is extremely flammable, why doesn't Chip Hazard completely explode when Alan puts him between the terminals on the power pole?
22nd Aug '17 1:39:41 PM DoctorInk
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18th Aug '17 8:06:32 AM DoctorInk
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* Do the Gwendy Dolls already have the same kind of mechanical endo-skeleton inside them as the Commandos? If not, how are hollow dolls supposed to move and see things around them without the same technology? Even then, if Commandos built endo-skeletons for them, where would they get the parts to build that much advanced tech for that many dolls?

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* Do the Gwendy Dolls already have the same kind of mechanical endo-skeleton inside them as the Commandos? If not, how are hollow dolls supposed to move and see things around them without the same technology? Even then, if the Commandos built endo-skeletons for them, where would they get the parts to build that much advanced tech for that many dolls?
18th Aug '17 8:01:08 AM DoctorInk
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** RuleOfCool?

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** RuleOfCool?RuleOfCool?
* Do the Gwendy Dolls already have the same kind of mechanical endo-skeleton inside them as the Commandos? If not, how are hollow dolls supposed to move and see things around them without the same technology? Even then, if Commandos built endo-skeletons for them, where would they get the parts to build that much advanced tech for that many dolls?
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