History WesternAnimation / Felidae

13th Dec '15 5:11:20 PM Nire
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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament.[[note]]Though the Tamaskan breed came about long after the first ''Felidae'' book was published.[[/note]] So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa without including true wildcats is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]

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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is See the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament.[[note]]Though the Tamaskan breed came about long after the first ''Felidae'' book was published.[[/note]] So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa without including true wildcats is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]trivia tab for more info.
13th Dec '15 4:59:22 PM Nire
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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament.[[note]]Though the Tamaskan breed came about long after the first book was published.[[/note]] So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa without including true wildcats is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]

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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament.[[note]]Though the Tamaskan breed came about long after the first ''Felidae'' book was published.[[/note]] So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa without including true wildcats is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]
13th Dec '15 4:58:36 PM Nire
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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament. So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa without including true wildcats is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]

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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament. [[note]]Though the Tamaskan breed came about long after the first book was published.[[/note]] So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa without including true wildcats is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]
13th Dec '15 4:57:16 PM Nire
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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan Dog]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament. So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa without including true wildcats is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]

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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan Dog]], Tamaskan]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament. So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa without including true wildcats is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]
13th Dec '15 4:53:02 PM Nire
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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan Dog]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament. So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]

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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan Dog]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament. So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa without including true wildcats is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]
13th Dec '15 4:52:47 PM Nire
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** Back-breeding is a real phenomenon. It involves reproducing characteristics found in a domestic animal's wild relatives without introducing new wild DNA. The most notable example is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaskan_Dog Tamaskan Dog]], a fully-domestic dog breed meant to resemble a wolf in appearance while keeping a tame temperament. So [[spoiler: Pascal's]] plan to recreate the cats of ancient Africa is actually quite plausible, especially considering that domestic cats are considered to be far closer to their wild ancestors than dogs. [[spoiler: Using the new breed to take over the world, on the other hand, is somewhat less sane.]]
26th Sep '15 11:49:40 AM Malitia
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* MotiveRant: Quite a lengthy one, in which [[spoiler: Claudandus details how HumansAreBastards, and why he created {{Felidae}} in order to overthrown humans.]] This is more prevalent in the book.

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* MotiveRant: Quite a lengthy one, in which [[spoiler: Claudandus details how HumansAreBastards, and why he created {{Felidae}} [[MasterRace Felidae]] in order to overthrown humans.]] This is more prevalent in the book.
26th Sep '15 9:50:26 AM Nire
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** In the film and first book, [[spoiler: it is revealed that Pascal purposefully gave Francis most of his dreams, presumably through subliminal suggestion.]] No explanation is given in later books.[[note]]It's generally considered poor practice to use dreams as a guide in murder mysteries, which may be why later books use even more surreal imagery than the first - it gives the impression that thinking about the case is what's causing Francis's nightmares.[[/note]]

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** In the film and first book, [[spoiler: it is revealed that Pascal purposefully gave Francis most of his dreams, presumably through subliminal suggestion.]] No explanation is given in later books.[[note]]It's generally considered poor practice to use dreams as a guide in murder mysteries, mystery stories, which may be why later books use even more surreal imagery than the first - it gives the impression that thinking about the case is what's causing Francis's nightmares.[[/note]]
26th Sep '15 9:49:47 AM Nire
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** In the film and first book, [[spoiler: it is revealed that Pascal purposefully gave Francis most of his dreams, presumably through subliminal suggestion.]] No explanation is given in later books.[[note]]It's generally considered poor practice to use dreams as a guide in murder mysteries, which may be why later books use even more surreal imagery than the first - keeping them vague hints that simply thinking about the case is what's causing Francis's nightmares.[[/note]]

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** In the film and first book, [[spoiler: it is revealed that Pascal purposefully gave Francis most of his dreams, presumably through subliminal suggestion.]] No explanation is given in later books.[[note]]It's generally considered poor practice to use dreams as a guide in murder mysteries, which may be why later books use even more surreal imagery than the first - keeping them vague hints it gives the impression that simply thinking about the case is what's causing Francis's nightmares.[[/note]]
29th Jul '15 1:28:44 PM Nire
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** In the film and first book, [[spoiler: it is revealed that Pascal purposefully gave Francis most of his dreams, presumably through subliminal suggestion.]] No explanation is given in later books.[[note]]It's generally considered poor practice to use dreams as a guide in murder mysteries, which may be why later books use even more surreal imagery than the first - keeping them vague hints that simply thinking about the case is what's causing Francis's nightmares.[[/note]]
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