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3rd Aug '17 11:11:13 PM Peteman
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[[WMG: The Zero takes down his opponents as quickly as he would in a TAS speedrun.]]
Because those are awesome and so is he.
22nd Jun '17 9:42:08 PM ShiningCrimsonZero
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[[WMG: Axl was killed offscreen]]

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[[WMG: Axl was killed offscreen]]KilledOffscreen]]
22nd Jun '17 9:41:42 PM ShiningCrimsonZero
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2) Axl was the quaternary antagonist of the Elf Wars (After Weil, Omega and Dark Elf), being controlled by Dark Elf. He's eventually put down by X [[before Zero joins in,]] having been too far gone to turn back to reason, and the catalyst for X's near DespairEventHorizon.

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2) Axl was the quaternary antagonist of the Elf Wars (After Weil, Omega and Dark Elf), being controlled by Dark Elf. He's eventually put down by X [[before [[spoiler: before Zero joins in,]] having been too far gone to turn back to reason, and the catalyst for X's near DespairEventHorizon.
22nd Jun '17 9:41:07 PM ShiningCrimsonZero
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3) Ciel sought out Axl first since they knew where he was, and told him everything about the sick dealings of Neo Arcadia. He joins the resistance and is their best guy as they don't know where Zero is at that point or even if he could be activated. Eventually, Axl is killed either by Harpuia [[sparking his CharacterDevelopment]] or Copy X. This drives them to find Zero as they have no other choice at that point.

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3) Ciel sought out Axl first since they knew where he was, and told him everything about the sick dealings of Neo Arcadia. He joins the resistance and is their best guy as they don't know where Zero is at that point or even if he could be activated. Eventually, Axl is killed either by Harpuia [[sparking [[spoiler: sparking his CharacterDevelopment]] or Copy X. This drives them to find Zero as they have no other choice at that point.
22nd Jun '17 9:39:21 PM ShiningCrimsonZero
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[[WMG: Axl was killed offscreen]]
This happened one of 3 ways
Personally I think one of 3 things happened

1) He was the first victim of the Elf Wars. Weil decides not to attack X or Zero first, the former being the strongest hero at that point, and being likely heavily guarded by the 4 Guardians or other loyal subordinates, and the latter likely being heavily guarded himself since a released Maverick Virus, or even worse, maverick Zero, is a top-priority threat. So, he went after the strongest hero besides those two (Although I'd place Harpuia as stronger than Axl, personally) as a "test run" of his mobile WMDs. Axl gets wind and tries to warn X, but was killed by Dark Elf and/or Omega (Or even possibly by Weil himself) before he could do so, leaving Weil still with good publicity.

2) Axl was the quaternary antagonist of the Elf Wars (After Weil, Omega and Dark Elf), being controlled by Dark Elf. He's eventually put down by X [[before Zero joins in,]] having been too far gone to turn back to reason, and the catalyst for X's near DespairEventHorizon.

3) Ciel sought out Axl first since they knew where he was, and told him everything about the sick dealings of Neo Arcadia. He joins the resistance and is their best guy as they don't know where Zero is at that point or even if he could be activated. Eventually, Axl is killed either by Harpuia [[sparking his CharacterDevelopment]] or Copy X. This drives them to find Zero as they have no other choice at that point.
6th Jun '17 6:16:29 PM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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[[WMG: Dr Weil is Ciel's ancestor as well.]]
He was working with her ancestress that created the Mother Elf. He would've been ''significantly'' less ObviouslyEvil at the time, and if they were married it might explain how he was able to hijack the project. Obviously after the Elf Wars this fact was hidden or not spoken about, and Ciel is in no rush to reveal that she's related to the Hitler of that era.
12th May '17 6:42:14 PM DoctorNeoRaptor
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[[WMG: Due to Copy X's nature, he was doomed to go crazy.]]
When Copy X finally meets Zero, he freely admits that he is a copy of the original. But how exactly did he come to this conclusion? ''Everyone'' believed him to be the true X, except for Ciel. Imagine how his life would have been ever since he was born; he's activated as a newborn reploid with the experience of a child, but everyone around him believes that he's their beloved X come back to them. Already he's had an impossibly heavy mantle of expectations hefted onto his shoulders before he even really knows what's going on. So he tries to fit into these large shoes and be the 'X' they want him to be -- after all, they say he's X, so he ''must'' be X, right? But ... he doesn't have any of the memories or experiences of the original X. Eventually, he comes to the only real conclusion; that he's only a copy of the original. His entire life is based on a gigantic lie. If everyone knew the truth, they would abandon him, because he's not the X that everyone loved and respected. He, understandably, suffers a psychotic break. It's at this point that he begins his campaign of iron-fisted rule, because if he can't ''be'' the beloved X, then he has no choice but to be ''better'' than him in order to earn that love by his own merits. Copy X might be a cruel tyrant, but his upbringing really didn't leave any room for anything but an unstable, emotionally skewed individual.
* Seriously, this should go to the Fridge section because [[FridgeBrilliance this is so brilliant.]]
6th Jan '17 8:47:11 AM SeptimusHeap
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*** Or X didn't want to seem gay, and thus Leviathan was made female. Or [[FreudWasRight for a reason that made Sigmund Freud spin in his grave.]]

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*** Or X didn't want to seem gay, and thus Leviathan was made female. Or [[FreudWasRight for a reason that made Sigmund Freud spin in his grave.]]
4th Jan '17 3:41:19 AM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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[[WMG: Dr Weil's cybernetic suit was a FlawedPrototype in an attempt to achieve immortality.]]
Seems odd they would go out of their way to invent a means of immortality just to punish Doctor Weil, so it's likely it was already around for beneficial purposes. Developed in the 22nd/23rd century, his suit was originally an attempt to give people the immortality the human race had dreamed of for millennia. The orange fluid would retard aging, heal wounds, prevent illness/infection and possible give nutrients. Weil is at least machine from the chest and possibly even just a head in a jar because the removed organs decay over time, and needed bionics to last indefinitely. Weil's modified ability to never forget is to prevent the brain from decaying over time. Initially it would be used to save people's lives and achieve eternal life.

However there were many things that made the suit a FateWorseThanDeath; [[SenseLoseSadness being unable to taste, touch or naturally sense the outside world]], [[AgeWithoutYouth still aging in a way]] (Weil looks pretty ghoulish, and we don't know whether he was old when he got into the suit or if he was a lot younger than he now looks) [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and the orange fluid must feel really weird]]. Noticing this, they gave up on it. Only when Weil dwarfed Adolf Hitler and Genghis Khan combined in mass death did they decide to use it, this time as a means of inflicting the ultimate punishment.
25th Apr '16 4:17:21 PM Akamia
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* The Archie Comics continuity, at the very least, seems to implicitly favor this interpretation, using any version of the characters depicted wherever they should be used; X1 Zero in any event set before X1, post-X2 Zero in any X Series event after he was rebuilt, Zero Series Zero (and Zero Series everyone else, for that matter) in a vision Dr. Light had that predicted the future, among other things. With no sign of one appearance overriding the others, the comic's take on it makes it at least semi-canon.

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* The Archie Comics continuity, at the very least, seems to implicitly favor this interpretation, using any version of the characters depicted wherever they should be used; X1 Zero in any event set before X1, post-X2 Zero in any X Series event after he was rebuilt, Zero Series Zero (and Zero Series everyone else, for that matter) in a vision Dr. Light had that predicted the future, Zero Series events, among other things. With no sign of one appearance overriding the others, the comic's take on it makes it at least semi-canon.
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