History WMG / AtlantisTheLostEmpire

22nd Jul '15 8:19:01 AM AmiciDiBeowulf
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He calls himself a 'venture capitalist', is a [[SocialDarwinist]]-style of sociopath, and sees nothing bad in killing off an entire civilization if he can make some extra money, weird that he doesn't work for Rapture.
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He calls himself a 'venture capitalist', is a [[SocialDarwinist]]-style SocialDarwinist-style of sociopath, and sees nothing bad in killing off an entire civilization if he can make some extra money, weird that he doesn't work for Rapture.
22nd Jul '15 8:18:22 AM AmiciDiBeowulf
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Being turned back into humans caused the servents in ''Beauty and the Beast'' to become immortal. A few centuries after the events of that film, Cogsworth moved to America, where he changed his name and become the head of the museum. Why do I think this? Not only do they have the same voice actor, but they look and behave really similar as well.
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Being turned back into humans caused the servents in ''Beauty and the Beast'' to become immortal. A few centuries after the events of that film, Cogsworth moved to America, where he changed his name and become the head of the museum. Why do I think this? Not only do they have the same voice actor, but they look and behave really similar as well.well. [[WMG: Rourke is an [[UsefulNotesObjectivism Objectivist]].]] He calls himself a 'venture capitalist', is a [[SocialDarwinist]]-style of sociopath, and sees nothing bad in killing off an entire civilization if he can make some extra money, weird that he doesn't work for Rapture.
23rd May '15 10:12:46 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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[[WMG: [[KimPossible Rufus]] is a descendant of the named mole rats who [[spoiler:raised Moliere]].]]
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[[WMG: [[KimPossible [[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Rufus]] is a descendant of the named mole rats who [[spoiler:raised Moliere]].]]
18th Feb '15 8:33:37 AM TVRulezAgain
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[[WMG: The Heart of Atlantis was given to the Atlanteans by the Precursor Race from TreasurePlanet.]]
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[[WMG: The Heart of Atlantis was given to the Atlanteans by the Precursor Race from TreasurePlanet.Disney/TreasurePlanet.]]
24th Jan '15 8:50:18 AM Sterok
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A experiment of the [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Incubators]]. It is the Atlantian's power, and it could be that all the dead Atlantians don't die, but get absorbed into the crystal and their collective conscience is it's alien thought process, and perhaps the altered perception of a [[spoiler: witch]] or three. The little mini-crystals are their soul gems, they glow and they dimmed when the life force of the city left. But somehow different, as they are not a [[spoiler: SoulJar]], as the old man gave Milo his, and the old billionaire obtained one when he didn't even go. Maybe Kyuubey was messing around over there. When the light turns red, someone [[spoiler: witched out]], and they need a Puella Magi of some sorts to be absorbed into it to kill it or something.
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A experiment of the [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Incubators]]. It is the Atlantian's power, and it could be that all the dead Atlantians don't die, but get absorbed into the crystal and their collective conscience is it's alien thought process, and perhaps the altered perception of a [[spoiler: witch]] or three. The little mini-crystals are their soul gems, they glow and they dimmed when the life force of the city left. But somehow different, as they are not a [[spoiler: SoulJar]], as the old man gave Milo his, and the old billionaire obtained one when he didn't even go. Maybe Kyuubey was messing around over there. When the light turns red, someone [[spoiler: witched out]], and they need a Puella Magi of some sorts to be absorbed into it to kill it or something.
18th Oct '14 11:19:11 PM MrMediaGuy
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They never say exactly ''how'' Milo's grandfather died, just that he "died a broken man". Also, it's implied that both the grandfather's death and the previous expedition happened relatively recently. Plus, it's revealed that Rourke tore out a page from the Shepherd's Journal, so it's likely that Rourke and the grandfather got into a fight over it. It's been shown that Rourke can punch hard enough to cause internal bleeding if the victim is elderly, so maybe Rourke punched Milo's grandfather, and, if his esophagus wasn't damaged, just claimed he had a heart attack. And since this was 1901, nobody was going to perform an autopsy that would reveal otherwise. (My older brother came up with the theory, but, unfortunately, I don't remember all of the points he made.)
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They never say exactly ''how'' Milo's grandfather died, just that he "died a broken man". Also, it's implied that both the grandfather's death and the previous expedition happened relatively recently. Plus, it's revealed that Rourke tore out a page from the Shepherd's Journal, so it's likely that Rourke and the grandfather got into a fight over it. It's been shown that Rourke can punch hard enough to cause internal bleeding if the victim is elderly, so maybe Rourke punched Milo's grandfather, and, if his esophagus wasn't damaged, just claimed he had a heart attack. And since this was 1901, nobody was going to perform an autopsy that would reveal otherwise. (My older brother came up with the theory, but, unfortunately, I don't remember all of the points he made.)
18th Oct '14 11:15:54 PM MrMediaGuy
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They never say exactly ''how'' Milo's grandfather died, just that he "died a broken man". Also, it's implied that both the grandfather's death and the previous expedition happened relatively recently. Plus, it's revealed that Rourke tore out a page from the Shepherd's Journal, so it's likely that Rourke and the grandfather got into a fight over it. It's been shown that Rourke can punch hard enough to cause internal bleeding if the victim is elderly, so maybe Rourke punched Milo's grandfather, and, if his esophagus wasn't damaged, just claimed he had a heart attack. And since this was 1914, nobody was going to perform an autopsy that would reveal otherwise. (My older brother came up with the theory, but, unfortunately, I don't remember all of the points he made.)
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They never say exactly ''how'' Milo's grandfather died, just that he "died a broken man". Also, it's implied that both the grandfather's death and the previous expedition happened relatively recently. Plus, it's revealed that Rourke tore out a page from the Shepherd's Journal, so it's likely that Rourke and the grandfather got into a fight over it. It's been shown that Rourke can punch hard enough to cause internal bleeding if the victim is elderly, so maybe Rourke punched Milo's grandfather, and, if his esophagus wasn't damaged, just claimed he had a heart attack. And since this was 1914, 1901, nobody was going to perform an autopsy that would reveal otherwise. (My older brother came up with the theory, but, unfortunately, I don't remember all of the points he made.)

* For what it's worth, the expedition to find the journal took place in 1901.
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* For what it's worth, the expedition to find the journal took place in 1901.
5th Oct '14 12:31:51 AM maxwellsilver
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* Except their hair is shown to be white in the prologue.

It explains why he was the only one IN THE FREAKING WORLD who was able to read Atlantean, as well as him ending up with a woman as beautiful as Kida, a princess no less, whom he had only just met. He's not a great savior, he's a Paranoid Schitzophrenic with a God Complex.
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It explains why he was the only one IN THE FREAKING WORLD who was able to read Atlantean, as well as him ending up with a woman as beautiful as Kida, a princess no less, whom he had only just met. He's not a great savior, he's a Paranoid Schitzophrenic Schizophrenic with a God Complex.

:Except in 1914 the U.S., had it not been isolationist, would have been as likely to enter the war on Germany's side as England's...
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:Except * Except in 1914 the U.S., had it not been isolationist, would have been as likely to enter the war on Germany's side as England's... ** And the expedition was funded privately and had no connection to the US government. They probably would sell it to the highest bidder.
26th Sep '14 5:41:03 PM maxwellsilver
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* For what it's worth, the expedition to find the journal took place in 1901.
26th Sep '14 5:35:37 PM maxwellsilver
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They never say exactly ''how'' Milo's grandfather died, just that he "died a broken man". Also, it's implied that both the grandfather's death and the previous expedition happened relatively recently. Plus, it's revealed that Rourke tore out a page from the Shepherd's Journal, so it's likely that Rourke and the grandfather got into a fight over it. It's been shown that Rourke can punch hard enough to cause internal bleeding if the victim is elderly, so maybe Rourke punched Milo's grandfather, and, if his esophagus wasn't damaged, just claimed he had a heart attack. And since this was 1914, nobody was going to perform an autopsy that would reveal otherwise. [[note]] My older brother came up with the theory, but, unfortunately, I don't remember all of the points he made. * Possible ways to fill in this theory: Thaddeus Thatch would have had a hard time containing himself discovering what he'd always dreamed of, and we know Rourke is an excellent actor to get what he wants. Thaddeus going on about the Heart of Atlantis and pouring over the journal would have told Rourke enough to tell him everything. Rourke also mentions that Milo shouldn't be like his grandfather before taking the Heart. We don't know where Thaddeus dies, and Whitmore's comment of "dying a broken man" only says that he lost his ultimate dream. In an isolated part of the world like Iceland, after a long and hard expedition to find the journal, Rourke could've easily engineered some accident of misstep that took Thaddeus out of the picture.[[/note]]
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They never say exactly ''how'' Milo's grandfather died, just that he "died a broken man". Also, it's implied that both the grandfather's death and the previous expedition happened relatively recently. Plus, it's revealed that Rourke tore out a page from the Shepherd's Journal, so it's likely that Rourke and the grandfather got into a fight over it. It's been shown that Rourke can punch hard enough to cause internal bleeding if the victim is elderly, so maybe Rourke punched Milo's grandfather, and, if his esophagus wasn't damaged, just claimed he had a heart attack. And since this was 1914, nobody was going to perform an autopsy that would reveal otherwise. [[note]] My (My older brother came up with the theory, but, unfortunately, I don't remember all of the points he made. made.) * Possible ways to fill in this theory: Thaddeus Thatch would have had a hard time containing himself discovering what he'd always dreamed of, and we know Rourke is an excellent actor to get what he wants. Thaddeus going on about the Heart of Atlantis and pouring over the journal would have told Rourke enough to tell him everything. Rourke also mentions that Milo shouldn't be like his grandfather before taking the Heart. We don't know where Thaddeus dies, and Whitmore's comment of "dying a broken man" only says that he lost his ultimate dream. In an isolated part of the world like Iceland, after a long and hard expedition to find the journal, Rourke could've easily engineered some accident of misstep that took Thaddeus out of the picture.[[/note]] picture.
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