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12th Apr '11 12:17:44 PM FoolsEditAccount
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Just look at the animations for them. Dark Force is freaky enough, but Killing Point also makes Leon's eyes fox-like, and glow, in addition to the fact it's CastFromHitPoints. Something bizarre is going on here. (At the very least, this ''will'' be answered for certain in ''Variant'' -- Neok promised he'd explain them.)

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Just look at the animations for them. Dark Force is freaky enough, but Killing Point also makes Leon's eyes fox-like, and glow, in addition to the fact it's CastFromHitPoints. Something bizarre is going on here. (At the very least, this ''will'' be answered for certain in ''Variant'' -- Neok promised he'd explain them.)

[[WMG:ArbitraryGunPower is justified.]]

It's entirely possible that people can use their PsychicPowers as shields to defend against normally lethal weapons. Getting hit wears the shield down, which is why characters with zero HP are "wounded" instead of "dead" -- their shield was broken and their physical bodies were actually hit. This would also explain why healing items are called "stimulants", and how people can [[BulletDodging dodge bullets]] (using the same powers).

For other enemy types, mutants are immune to Force, so I would presume that even if they don't have PsychicPowers (and some do), they're just naturally tough enough to withstand such attacks. Robots are obviously much hardier than squishy humans, and it's never really explained what "???" creatures are, but they're probably in the same boat as humans or mutants.

(Yes, I am aware that this entire WMG is basically "AWizardDidIt"...
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10th Apr '11 10:59:51 AM FoolsEditAccount
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Just look at the animations for them. Dark Force is freaky enough, but Killing Point also makes Leon's eyes fox-like, and glow, in addition to the fact it's CastFromHitPoints. Something bizarre is going on here.
(At the very least, this ''will'' be answered for certain in ''Variant'' -- Neok promised he'd explain them)

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Just look at the animations for them. Dark Force is freaky enough, but Killing Point also makes Leon's eyes fox-like, and glow, in addition to the fact it's CastFromHitPoints. Something bizarre is going on here. \n (At the very least, this ''will'' be answered for certain in ''Variant'' -- Neok promised he'd explain them)them.)
10th Apr '11 10:58:44 AM FoolsEditAccount
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WordOfGod has directly {{Jossed}} my original guess (Aila), so my next best guess is Indy. Think about it -- Erin never really talks about where she came from, just that she's an orphan. It's possible that she was found alone somewhere in Pallas after the Prison crashed, and picked up by people who assumed she was an orphan. (Although why she was dumped into Stynx raises further questions) Could work with the above theory; perhaps they were experimenting on infusing the powers of a variant into a human, or trying to mind-wipe and imprison a dangerous variant? (Maybe the others in the core were other variants -- Nightmare too, possibly?) At the very least, WordOfGod has promised an explanation of what the Orbital Prison is (and the BackStory surrounding it) in ''Variant'', so we'll know one way or another.

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WordOfGod has directly {{Jossed}} my original guess (Aila), so my next best guess is Indy. Think about it -- Erin never really talks about where she came from, just that she's an orphan. It's possible that she was found alone somewhere in Pallas after the Prison crashed, and picked up by people who assumed she was an orphan. (Although orphan (although why she was dumped into Stynx raises further questions) questions). Could work with the above theory; perhaps they were experimenting on infusing the powers of a variant into a human, or trying to mind-wipe and imprison a dangerous variant? (Maybe the others in the core were other variants -- Nightmare too, possibly?) At the very least, WordOfGod has promised an explanation of what the Orbital Prison is (and the BackStory surrounding it) in ''Variant'', so we'll know one way or another.
* [[spoiler:{{Jossed}}! The secret room in the Orbital Prison reveals that it was ''Violet'', of all people. Of course, this opens up a whole new can of EpilepticTrees...]]




Post your own theories here if you so desire!

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\nPost your own theories here if you so desire!\n* This has been resolved now that Neok has revealed the returning characters -- they will be [[spoiler:Leon]] and [[spoiler:Celia]].



* Taking into account the GoldenEnding of the original Alter A.I.L.A., I'd say that this is practically canon. I also believe that it ''is'' extremely probable that Aila will return as a major villain in ''Variant'' (probably during a late-game arc where you have to kill her for good by "exorcising" her out of Indy, similarly to the Leon battle in ''Genesis'').

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* Taking into account the GoldenEnding of the original Alter A.I.L.A., I'd say that this is practically canon. I also believe that it ''is'' extremely probable that Aila will return as a major villain in ''Variant'' (probably during a late-game arc where you have to kill her for good by "exorcising" her out of Indy, similarly to the Leon battle in ''Genesis'').''Genesis'').

[[WMG:Leon and Gray's species can manifest {{Superpowered Evil Side}}s to use very powerful psychokinesis, in this case Killing Point and Dark Force.]]

Just look at the animations for them. Dark Force is freaky enough, but Killing Point also makes Leon's eyes fox-like, and glow, in addition to the fact it's CastFromHitPoints. Something bizarre is going on here.
(At the very least, this ''will'' be answered for certain in ''Variant'' -- Neok promised he'd explain them)
5th Dec '10 6:05:32 PM FoolsEditAccount
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[[WMG: Leon and [[spoiler:Gray]] are part of a highly psychokinetic human-like race at war with vast amounts of Variants.]]

They both came from [[spoiler:space]] and have several odd traits. For example, Leon's Ether Round and Killing Point, where his eyes change colours, suggest some latent powers, not to mention the easy with which [[spoiler:Aila]] controlled him hints at him having some sort of psychokinetic aura. As for [[spoiler:Gray]], his second Exceed ability, Dark Force, is proof enough that there's something about him that's VERY different from others.
As for the war part, this is mainly due to the fact that [[spoiler:Celia]] is of such importance to them. After all, [[spoiler:she]] can negate the field created by [[spoiler:Aila]], and, [[spoiler:being actually six years old]], must have been bio-engineered as some form of last hope to fight off other variants with such powers, which is most probably why [[spoiler:her]] existence was supposed to be such a great secret, being of critical importance to complete Leon's original mission and end the war.


[[WMG:[[spoiler:Aila is dormant inside Indy and will try to manifest herself in Alter A.I.L.A. Variant]]]]

After being what amounts to be [[spoiler:eaten by Indy]], and seeing that blue flash in [[spoiler:Indy's eyes]], we can only presume that [[spoiler:Aila]] is still somewhere in there, though vastly weakened. So, for the next 3 years between Genesis and Variant, [[spoiler:she]] will feed off [[spoiler:Indy's]] inherent psychokinetic powers, trying to restore [[spoiler:her]] power, perhaps eventually taking control of [[spoiler:Indy]], though not without showing some signs as to [[spoiler:her]] presence [[spoiler:(IE:dreams, nightmares, "sleepwalking", temporary possession...)]]

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[[WMG: Leon and [[spoiler:Gray]] Gray are part of a highly psychokinetic human-like race at war with vast amounts of Variants.]]

They both came from [[spoiler:space]] space and have several odd traits. For example, Leon's Ether Round and Killing Point, where his eyes change colours, suggest some latent powers, not to mention the easy ease with which [[spoiler:Aila]] Aila controlled him hints at him having some sort of psychokinetic aura. As for [[spoiler:Gray]], Gray, his second Exceed ability, Dark Force, is proof enough that there's something about him that's VERY different from others.
As for the war part, this is mainly due to the fact that [[spoiler:Celia]] Celia is of such importance to them. After all, [[spoiler:she]] she can negate the field created by [[spoiler:Aila]], Aila, and, [[spoiler:being being actually six years old]], old, must have been bio-engineered as some form of last hope to fight off other variants with such powers, which is most probably why [[spoiler:her]] her existence was supposed to be such a great secret, being of critical importance to complete Leon's original mission and end the war.


[[WMG:[[spoiler:Aila
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* Your phrasing is odd; isn't the fact that they're at war with ''something'' explicitly canon? Gray states it outright (as well as Celia being a bio-engineered weapon that is crucial in said war). From Gray's description of them though, Variants sound rather rare, and even one of them takes incredible effort to take down, so I don't think there would be enough of them to form a full-scale war. (Also, what do you mean by Leon having a psychokinetic aura? Everyone does, according to Celia.)

[[WMG:Aila
is dormant inside Indy and will try to manifest herself in Alter A.I.L.A. Variant]]]]

Variant]]

After being what amounts to be [[spoiler:eaten eaten by Indy]], Indy, and seeing that blue flash in [[spoiler:Indy's eyes]], Indy's eyes, we can only presume that [[spoiler:Aila]] Aila is still somewhere in there, though vastly weakened. So, for the next 3 years between Genesis and Variant, [[spoiler:she]] she will feed off [[spoiler:Indy's]] Indy's inherent psychokinetic powers, trying to restore [[spoiler:her]] her power, perhaps eventually taking control of [[spoiler:Indy]], Indy, though not without showing some signs as to [[spoiler:her]] her presence [[spoiler:(IE:dreams, (IE:dreams, nightmares, "sleepwalking", temporary possession...)]])
* Taking into account the GoldenEnding of the original Alter A.I.L.A., I'd say that this is practically canon. I also believe that it ''is'' extremely probable that Aila will return as a major villain in ''Variant'' (probably during a late-game arc where you have to kill her for good by "exorcising" her out of Indy, similarly to the Leon battle in ''Genesis'').
5th Dec '10 8:25:41 AM hassanico
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[[WMG: Leon and [[spoiler: Gray]] are part of a highly psychokinetic human-like race at war with vast amounts of Variants.]]

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[[WMG: Leon and [[spoiler: Gray]] [[spoiler:Gray]] are part of a highly psychokinetic human-like race at war with vast amounts of Variants.]]
5th Dec '10 8:23:58 AM hassanico
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And who was this mysterious Being? This same person that Blue/Leon could encounter only once in all loops of Alter A.I.L.A., and once in Alter A.I.L.A. Genesis, [[spoiler: Jackal]].

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And who was this mysterious Being? This same person that Blue/Leon could encounter only once in all loops of Alter A.I.L.A., and once in Alter A.I.L.A. Genesis, [[spoiler: Jackal]].Jackal]].


[[WMG: Leon and [[spoiler: Gray]] are part of a highly psychokinetic human-like race at war with vast amounts of Variants.]]

They both came from [[spoiler:space]] and have several odd traits. For example, Leon's Ether Round and Killing Point, where his eyes change colours, suggest some latent powers, not to mention the easy with which [[spoiler:Aila]] controlled him hints at him having some sort of psychokinetic aura. As for [[spoiler:Gray]], his second Exceed ability, Dark Force, is proof enough that there's something about him that's VERY different from others.
As for the war part, this is mainly due to the fact that [[spoiler:Celia]] is of such importance to them. After all, [[spoiler:she]] can negate the field created by [[spoiler:Aila]], and, [[spoiler:being actually six years old]], must have been bio-engineered as some form of last hope to fight off other variants with such powers, which is most probably why [[spoiler:her]] existence was supposed to be such a great secret, being of critical importance to complete Leon's original mission and end the war.


[[WMG:[[spoiler:Aila is dormant inside Indy and will try to manifest herself in Alter A.I.L.A. Variant]]]]

After being what amounts to be [[spoiler:eaten by Indy]], and seeing that blue flash in [[spoiler:Indy's eyes]], we can only presume that [[spoiler:Aila]] is still somewhere in there, though vastly weakened. So, for the next 3 years between Genesis and Variant, [[spoiler:she]] will feed off [[spoiler:Indy's]] inherent psychokinetic powers, trying to restore [[spoiler:her]] power, perhaps eventually taking control of [[spoiler:Indy]], though not without showing some signs as to [[spoiler:her]] presence [[spoiler:(IE:dreams, nightmares, "sleepwalking", temporary possession...)]]
1st Dec '10 11:56:27 AM Gamer2002
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And who was this mysterious Being? This same person that Blue/Leon could encountered only once in all loops of Alter A.I.L.A., and once in Alter A.I.L.A. Genesis, [[spoiler: Jackal]].

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And who was this mysterious Being? This same person that Blue/Leon could encountered encounter only once in all loops of Alter A.I.L.A., and once in Alter A.I.L.A. Genesis, [[spoiler: Jackal]].
1st Dec '10 11:54:00 AM Gamer2002
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Humans are physical beings, but variants are just conglomerations of mental energy. This means that they're essentially a disembodied mind, and the mind is often said to be the source of reason and thought in ancient philosophy. However, because they aren't physical beings, they also lack souls/adrenaline/whatever, which is necessary to form emotion. The end result is that they're very good at reason and logic, but cannot express emotion.

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Humans are physical beings, but variants are just conglomerations of mental energy. This means that they're essentially a disembodied mind, and the mind is often said to be the source of reason and thought in ancient philosophy. However, because they aren't physical beings, they also lack souls/adrenaline/whatever, which is necessary to form emotion. The end result is that they're very good at reason and logic, but cannot express emotion.emotion.


[[WMG: Every single route of Alter A.I.L.A. and Alter A.I.L.A. Genesis happened as a variation of GroundhogDayLoop.]]

Rebel, Imperials and Independents routes happened in first iterations of loop, and as we all know, none of them [[DownerEnding ended]] well. Those who played Innovator route noticed that [[spoiler: Blue had a feeling that lead him to the spaceship]], what was a moment when route started.
This all was caused by some Being that wanted to help Blue reach ending of Innovator route [[spoiler: so he could return to the stars]]. This theory also goes with Greyís theory [[spoiler: that some force could set up crash of their spaceship and all events]].

So we can assume that Beingís goal was to allow Blue to save the world of Alter A.I.L.A. and accomplish his original mission. The outcomes of first three routes couldnít allow to this, so Being helped a little and triggered Blueís decision that lead him to the Innovator route. Because of route's BadEnding this also didnít work, so on next iteration of loop Being once again helped [[spoiler: triggering Orangeís decisions to tell Blue about his plan to ask Rebels to help them]], what finally lead to [[GoldenEnding desired outcome]] and Blue was finally ready to accomplish his original mission.

But this still didnít work and after events of Alter A.I.L.A. Blue has failed. Thatís why Being realized that to lead Blue to desired destination bigger changes were required.
And thatís how was created the world of Alter A.I.L.A. Genesis. This worked so well that it leaded to desired outcome in the very first iteration of loop.

And who was this mysterious Being? This same person that Blue/Leon could encountered only once in all loops of Alter A.I.L.A., and once in Alter A.I.L.A. Genesis, [[spoiler: Jackal]].
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