History Headscratchers / TowerOfGod

29th Oct '16 1:06:28 PM jokevv
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** He grew up in a cave which only opening was on the ceiling. He was isolated from the entire world except for the light coming form the ceiling and Rachel. So completely literal. Depends on what you call a hole I'd say a cave which only exit or entrance being in the ceiling make it a hole.



** It is heavily hinted by Flashbacks and statements and scene by Rachel and Baam there was a lot more going on then what we know and were lead to believe. That and Rachel was able to leave the cave or head to another place constantly which Baam could not follow and she proably brought some with her. Though that doesn't answer what Baam did before Rachel arrived though it could be possible that Baam wasn't in the cave long enough before Rachel arrived to starve.



** So people would know when to sleep and not go crazy by a seeming lack of time in the tower.



** You forgett about all the crap that went down with Haquin and how munch time that took without taking any test?

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** You forgett forgot about all the crap that went down with Haquin and how munch time that took without taking any test?
29th Oct '16 1:00:11 PM jokevv
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***[[spoiler: how horrible is it of me not being able to decide if that is horrible objectification of women or Zahard being the best dad ever?]]


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** You forgett about all the crap that went down with Haquin and how munch time that took without taking any test?
24th Oct '16 12:32:10 PM Demotivator
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* The reason that the princesses of Zahad aren't allowed to be with a man is to prevent them from becoming pregnant. So why not use some form of sterilization? ''Surely'' they can do something like a tubal ligation.

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* The reason that the princesses of Zahad Zahard aren't allowed to be with a man is to prevent them from becoming pregnant. So why not use some form of sterilization? ''Surely'' they can do something like a tubal ligation.


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* How was Ran and his team able to reach the Name Hunt station before the Hell Express, despite the train being said to be a much quicker way up the Floors and with Ran & co leaving the 35th Floor after the train did??
23rd Aug '16 8:06:40 AM jokevv
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**[[spoiler: considering the concept of the prince of Zahard and Zahard one true son exists it is entirely possible they are not made sterile because the one man they are allowed to love hasn't reached the top yet.]]
22nd Mar '16 4:25:12 PM DrNovakaine
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* Alternatively, they might think that tormenting him enough will turn him into an emotionless killing machine, which it seems is what they REALLY want. All the training and isolation are meant to accomplish is to make him someone that doesn't care about anything except the goal they've been driving into him for years, so they don't have to hang the threat of his friends' lives over him.

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* Alternatively, they might think that tormenting him enough will turn him into an emotionless killing machine, which it seems is what they REALLY want. All It's possible that what the training and isolation are were meant to accomplish is was to make him someone that doesn't care about anything except the goal they've been driving into him for years, so they don't have to hang the threat of his friends' lives over him.him. [[EvilCannotComprehendGood Which doesn't seem to be working in their favor, because Baam simply isn't like that]] - even if he seemed a fair bit out of it at the start of Season 2, his better nature rather rapidly reasserted itself. Hwa Ryun and Ha Jinsung, at least, seem to have accepted that this approach is doomed to fail, and perhaps also realize that [[ThePowerOfFriendship Baam around his friends and allies is stronger than Baam in isolation.]] (Especially since said friends are no pushovers themselves.)
22nd Mar '16 4:06:32 PM DrNovakaine
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* Alternatively, they might think that tormenting him enough will turn him into an emotionless killing machine, which it seems is what they REALLY want. All the training and isolation are meant to accomplish is to make him someone that doesn't care about anything except the goal they've been driving into him for years, so they don't have to hang the threat of his friends' lives over him.
27th Apr '15 3:59:32 PM Demotivator
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** To symbolise and mimic life outside the Tower?
29th Nov '14 7:44:08 PM KhymChanur
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* How much of the "Baam grew up in a hole" thing is allegory/metaphor, and how much is literal?
* If the world where Baam and Rachel came from had no light, where did the food come from?
* Why does the Tower have a day/night cycle?
29th Nov '14 5:35:25 PM KhymChanur
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* The reason that the princesses of Zahad aren't allowed to be with a man is to prevent them from becoming pregnant. So why not use some form of sterilization? ''Surely'' they can do something like a tubal ligation.
23rd Oct '13 3:29:10 PM Magischmoose
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* Even if Baam becomes far more powerful than anyone else, that doesn't mean he has the political clout or skill to be in charge. Killing Zahard would still destabilize the power structure in the tower. Opportunists in FUG would figure they can take advantage of that and avoid getting killed by Baam later (especially since he doesn't know many people in FUG). Revenge-focused FUG members might not care if they get killed as long as they have revenge. And of course there's the fact that Baam doesn't seem the type to kill others normally, so FUG might be safe from death even if they force him to kill Zahard. They just have to ensure they can threaten his friends which is so far easy enough no matter how powerful Baam might get.

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* ** Even if Baam becomes far more powerful than anyone else, that doesn't mean he has the political clout or skill to be in charge. Killing Zahard would still destabilize the power structure in the tower. Opportunists in FUG would figure they can take advantage of that and avoid getting killed by Baam later (especially since he doesn't know many people in FUG). Revenge-focused FUG members might not care if they get killed as long as they have revenge. And of course there's the fact that Baam doesn't seem the type to kill others normally, so FUG might be safe from death even if they force him to kill Zahard. They just have to ensure they can threaten his friends which is so far easy enough no matter how powerful Baam might get.
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