History Headscratchers / TronTwoPointOh

23rd Apr '16 7:55:33 AM TheKaizerreich
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** The death could be that he does get kicked out, and seeing how the HQ is currently infested with [=fCon=] goons, they'd probably detain, possibly kill, him on the spot, which means the adventure is over. We just don't see that part.

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** The death could be that he does get kicked out, and seeing how the HQ is currently infested with [=fCon=] goons, they'd probably detain, possibly kill, him on the spot, which means the adventure is over. We just don't see that part. [[FateWorseThanDeath It would be even worse]] for the parts where the correction algorythms aren't installed.
23rd Apr '16 7:54:25 AM TheKaizerreich
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* If damaging an uncorrupted User to non-functionality kicks them back to the analog world, as we saw with Flynn's HeroicSacrifice in the first movie and the defeated Datawraiths, why does Jet [[spoiler: as well as Ma3a and Alan]] die if he runs out of hit points?

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* If damaging an uncorrupted User to non-functionality kicks them back to the analog world, as we saw with Flynn's HeroicSacrifice in the first movie and the defeated Datawraiths, why does Jet [[spoiler: as well as Ma3a and Alan]] die if he runs out of hit points?points?
** The death could be that he does get kicked out, and seeing how the HQ is currently infested with [=fCon=] goons, they'd probably detain, possibly kill, him on the spot, which means the adventure is over. We just don't see that part.
22nd Mar '14 8:46:58 AM Allronix
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* If damaging an uncorrupted User to non-functionality kicks them back to the analog world, as we saw with Flynn's HeroicSacrifice in the first movie and the defeated Datawraiths, why does Jet die if he runs out of hit points?

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* If damaging an uncorrupted User to non-functionality kicks them back to the analog world, as we saw with Flynn's HeroicSacrifice in the first movie and the defeated Datawraiths, why does Jet [[spoiler: as well as Ma3a and Alan]] die if he runs out of hit points?
20th Mar '14 5:51:17 PM Allronix
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* Kidnapping an executive from a MegaCorp headquarters in broad daylight is anything but a subtle tactic. Ditto with all the breadcrumbs left behind pointing to Thorne and the fact he won't be coming back from cyberspace. How are Jet and Alan going to explain ''any'' of this to the police?

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* Kidnapping an executive from a MegaCorp headquarters in broad daylight is anything but a subtle tactic. Ditto with all the breadcrumbs left behind pointing to Thorne and the fact he won't be coming back from cyberspace. How are Jet and Alan going to explain ''any'' of this to the police?police?
* If damaging an uncorrupted User to non-functionality kicks them back to the analog world, as we saw with Flynn's HeroicSacrifice in the first movie and the defeated Datawraiths, why does Jet die if he runs out of hit points?
20th Mar '14 5:11:41 PM Allronix
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*** FridgeBrilliance: Per the comic, "Uncle Kevin" told little Jethro a very sanitized version of his adventures. If Jet recalled any of it at the time, he probably figured admitting he was a User would help!
20th Mar '14 4:49:17 PM Allronix
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* Kidnapping an executive from a MegaCorp headquarters in broad daylight is anything but a subtle tactic. Ditto with all the breadcrumbs left behind pointing to Thorne and the fact he won't be coming back from cyberspace. How are Jet and Alan going to explain ''any'' of this to the police?
20th Mar '14 4:39:09 PM Allronix
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* A wee bit of FridgeHorror when playing through again. If Programs are, in a way, the "children" of their Users-Creators, then um...[[BrotherSisterIncest about Mercury and Jet flirting with one another...]]
** Programs usually look like the person that created them (The Grid from ''Film/TronLegacy'' was special). Either someone else created Mercury, or Alan has some rather strange secrets...
* Another one that could veer horribly into NightmareFuel or RonTheDeathEater. It was implied in-game that Ma3a is a cross of VirtualGhost and BrainUploading, her programming based primarily on the deceased Dr. Baines-Bradley. Was that accidental, or did Alan do that ''deliberately?''
15th Oct '12 8:18:50 AM StFan
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** Programs usually look like the person that created them[[hottip:*:The Grid from TronLegacy was special]]. Either someone else created Mercury, or Alan has some rather strange secrets...

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** Programs usually look like the person that created them[[hottip:*:The them (The Grid from TronLegacy ''Film/TronLegacy'' was special]].special). Either someone else created Mercury, or Alan has some rather strange secrets...
3rd Jun '12 10:09:59 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Another one that could veer horribly into HighOctaneNightmareFuel or RonTheDeathEater. It was implied in-game that Ma3a is a cross of VirtualGhost and BrainUploading, her programming based primarily on the deceased Dr. Baines-Bradley. Was that accidental, or did Alan do that ''deliberately?''

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* Another one that could veer horribly into HighOctaneNightmareFuel NightmareFuel or RonTheDeathEater. It was implied in-game that Ma3a is a cross of VirtualGhost and BrainUploading, her programming based primarily on the deceased Dr. Baines-Bradley. Was that accidental, or did Alan do that ''deliberately?''
2nd Jun '12 12:39:58 PM Sjogre
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** Programs usually look like the person that created them[[hottip:*:The Grid from TronLegacy was special]]. Either someone else created Mercury, or Alan has some rather strange secrets...
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