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2nd Jul '15 5:45:30 PM lakingsif
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[[WMG: The next book will be ''The Victory of Ten'']]

In the Literature/LorienLegacies image caption this or "Return of Ten" was predicted - but ultimately {{Jossed}} on July 2nd 2015 when it was announced the final book will be called the remarkably similar ''The Fate of Ten''. And it was close.
26th Jun '15 4:16:56 PM nombretomado
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* Incidentally, this would also mean that they can throw or shoot anything with [[ImprobableAimingSkills unerring accuracy]] no matter how many objects they bounce it off of at bizarre angles. Like KyleXY learning basketball.

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* Incidentally, this would also mean that they can throw or shoot anything with [[ImprobableAimingSkills unerring accuracy]] no matter how many objects they bounce it off of at bizarre angles. Like KyleXY Series/KyleXY learning basketball.
23rd May '14 4:09:58 PM lakingsif
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[[WMG: Seven had only developed one Legacy by book 3]]

And it is "adapting to survive", like Darwin had in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'': the ability to see in the dark, breathe underwater, and heal are all only useful when necessary - you can't see in the dark when it's light, etc. This is only one Legacy, so she's going to get so many more. She also says she thinks that her SuperNotDrowningSkills manifested at the same time as the InnateNightVision, but didn't kick in because it wasn't useful.
8th Oct '13 6:28:19 PM HippoJesus
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* Jossed in the latest book. Five is a new character.
31st Aug '13 10:00:25 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The Loriens and the Mogodorians are actually [[KamenRiderFaiz Orphenochs]].]]
C'mon, someone had to say it. Much like the Kaijin from ''[[KamenRiderFaiz Faiz]]'', many of the aliens [[spoiler: such as John's dog]] can change into grotesque forms and boast superior strength and capabilities to humans. Of course, the most obvious reason for this is because the aliens disintegrate into dust when they die, much like Orphenochs.

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[[WMG: The Loriens and the Mogodorians are actually [[KamenRiderFaiz [[Series/KamenRiderFaiz Orphenochs]].]]
C'mon, someone had to say it. Much like the Kaijin from ''[[KamenRiderFaiz ''[[Series/KamenRiderFaiz Faiz]]'', many of the aliens [[spoiler: such as John's dog]] can change into grotesque forms and boast superior strength and capabilities to humans. Of course, the most obvious reason for this is because the aliens disintegrate into dust when they die, much like Orphenochs.
26th Apr '13 7:34:31 AM Merboo
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*Possibly supporting this further is that [[spoiler:the next book is called The Fall of Five.]]
14th Apr '13 4:30:20 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: IAmNumberFour takes place in the distant future.]]

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[[WMG: IAmNumberFour Literature/IAmNumberFour takes place in the distant future.]]
27th Dec '12 1:47:16 AM yosemete
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[[WMG: Number Five is Setrakus Ra.]]

Because he has [[spoiler: three brands on his ankle like the rest of the Garde.]]
19th Sep '12 6:51:32 AM erforce
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We all know Four is able to get [[LeParkour extreme airtime]]. I just watched [[JohnCarter]] and, watching John jump to incredible heights in the lower-gravity Barsoomian/Martian environment, I thought that perhaps the gravity difference (ArtisticLicensePhysics aside) could possibly help the Loric attain inhumanly high jumps on Earth - until I remembered that Earth is ten times larger than Lorien, so chances are the gravity there would be much lower and therefore the gravity difference theory is invalid. Therefore, the only explanation is that the Garde must have hyperkinesis (a la Cameron on {{Alphas}}), which would allow them to make gravity-defying jumps like this.

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We all know Four is able to get [[LeParkour extreme airtime]]. I just watched [[JohnCarter]] ''Film/JohnCarter'' and, watching John jump to incredible heights in the lower-gravity Barsoomian/Martian environment, I thought that perhaps the gravity difference (ArtisticLicensePhysics aside) could possibly help the Loric attain inhumanly high jumps on Earth - until I remembered that Earth is ten times larger than Lorien, so chances are the gravity there would be much lower and therefore the gravity difference theory is invalid. Therefore, the only explanation is that the Garde must have hyperkinesis (a la Cameron on {{Alphas}}), which would allow them to make gravity-defying jumps like this.
2nd Sep '12 9:27:59 AM DarkLiterati
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* Incidentally, this would also mean that they can throw or shoot anything with [[LudicrousPrecision unerring accuracy]] no matter how many objects they bounce it off of at bizarre angles. Like KyleXY learning basketball.

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* Incidentally, this would also mean that they can throw or shoot anything with [[LudicrousPrecision [[ImprobableAimingSkills unerring accuracy]] no matter how many objects they bounce it off of at bizarre angles. Like KyleXY learning basketball.
basketball.

[[WMG: The Mogs radiate some kind of bad energy that, in large enough doses, cuts off Loric Legacies.]]

In ''The Rise of Nine,'' Setrakus Ra is somehow able to eliminate everyone's Legacies temporarily by being around them. Six calls him a DirtyCoward for not being a good enough sport to level the playing field somewhat, implying that however he does this, he can stop it somehow. Back in the first book, Henri told Four that all the Legacies "come from Lorien," implying that it's some kind of mystical energy force that powers them. And the Mogs are repeatedly stated to hail from a dying planet, and ''The Fallen Legacies'' reveals that they are largely unable to have kids anymore, so they have to produce them in icky vats (for the most part, the ugly and disgusting Mog scouts are the vat-born; the natural-born, like Adamus, can more easily pass for human.) This implies that if the Mogs have some kind of energy field around them like the Loric, it would probably be a cloak of toxic radiation as they may have long since gotten used to their own pollution (gross). The only reason none of the other Mogs have affected the Loric like this up to now is because only Setrakus Ra can radiate enough poison power to actually eliminate Legacies in his presence. This wouldn't be the first time that radiation has been used to block otherwise all-powerful magic/energy: ArtemisFowl fans will remember that the fairies have zero tolerance for radioactivity, among other things.
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