Are you implying that Giygas is a baby when you fight him? He is an adult, if I remember correctly. Or else he probably would have destroyed Po(r)k(e)y.
No, though the theory does not hold up anyway. The suggestion is that the kids went back to the past and destroyed Gigyas, thus destroying the reason Buzz-Buzz time traveled in the first place. However, that Gigyas destroyed had time traveled himself with Porky. So yes, Buzz-Buzz's future never happened now but everything Gigyas did in the present still did. To the peoples perspective he simply would have vanished from the stop and since the psychic message to pray also time traveled they would have attributed it to Ness and friends.
Collected from where? I don't think bees would take kindly to flies collecting their honey. I'm being facetious. Actually, the NPC says "made", not "collected". "Bees make bee honey, and flies make fly honey!" Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to make some "human honey".
This troper thought that fly honey was made by flies. Not bees, flies, as in blow flies.
How does dad know you're beating people up and why does he encourage you for it by giving you money?
A Contrived Coincidence, maybe. While you fight/tame/whatever, dad makes money and puts it in your account before he calls. I only remember the dad saying to work hard or something, not 'here's money for hurting others.'
The game says that he gives you money for the enemy's bounty. So, Ninten/Ness/Lucas are bounty hunters? Who knew.
How does Ness get his hat back? He gets turned into a robot, sent into the distant past in another dimension, and his robot body is blown up centuries eons ago, hat with it. Then he wakes up in the Saturn Village still wearing it. What the heck?
Andonouts probably gave him another hat, but a better question would be why the hell would he give the robot Ness' hat in the first place? That'll just tip the enemies off that the robot is Ness!
Well, technically, Ness has been at the front of the party the whole game, so it wouldn't be TOO hard.
Actually, I think Andonuts mentions that their spirits are in the robots. In fact, this IS the case, considering he couldn't transport living beings with the Phase Distorter. Perhaps Ness' hat is part of his soul?
I got the impression from the flashback scene to Ness' childhood (when he'd just been born), in which he displays his psychic powers right after his parents put the hat on him, that the hat was a source for his psychic powers, or a part of his soul. It's been a while since I played though, so I may be wrong.
That would probably explain why (in Mother 2, anyway) he's wearing his cap in Magicant while otherwise naked there.
More a bit of brain wonderings that anything that actually bugs me... But, during the Giygas battle "music" ,which is more background noises than anything, features electronic, machine-breaking type noises, right? And, during the final battle the Chosen Four are in robot bodies, right? What if these noises aren't the Devil's Machine (like I first assumed) but actually the noises of Ness and Co.'s robot bodies being torn apart by Giyga's attacks?
In ONEtt, you meet Ness, the first party member. You meet the second one in TWOson, and you meet the third when you go to THREEd. So why do you not meet the fourth party member in FOURside? There aren't even any battles between the last time you're in Fourside and the town you meet your fourth member, so why couldn't they just have the sequence where he goes and meets the other characters happen like 10 minutes earlier to complete the theme?
Why does Buzz Buzz come to warn Ness anyways? Isn't Giygas just going to destroy Earth, or the universe? If only the Earth, then why does Buzz Buzz bother?
Giygas is a threat to the entire universe, as he has the power to "send all to the horror of eternal darkness." Therefore, it would be worth the effort of coming to Ness, one of the only four people in the universe capable of stopping him.
What's the deal with the Mani Mani battle sprites? On the overworld, it's gold, but when you fight it, it's blue. Okay, but when you fight Ness's Nightmare, it's a pallete swap of the Mani Mani, recoloured to be...gold. Did they mix up which was which?
No. Moonside's messed-up color scheme is part of the Mani-Mani's attempt to Mind Screw with Ness and Jeff - down to the point where it changes its own color.
Why does Lucas have a Japanese name in his games (excluding Brawl which gives him a western one internationally)? I thought he was supposed to be a typical white, American boy.
Mother 3 does not take place in Eagleland. Neither Lucas', nor his families' ethnicity or nationality are ever stated.
The Japanese version uses the French pronunciation of Lucas' name. Since the French usually don't pronounce the "s" unless it's followed by an "e", it's pronounced /ly:ka/.
How do Ness's parents know at the beginning of the game that Ness is about to embark on some kind of adventure? Initially, he's just leaving to help Pokey find Picky, and does intend to come back, so that leaves one to wonder why they'd each be giving him a pep talk. (The cutscene before Magicant does explain how they know about his PK potential, but not how they know about the prophecy of the Chosen Four.) And, for that matter, how does Ness's dad know he and his family are even awake?
That dialogue was there just in case the player didn't come back home after getting the message from Buzz Buzz, and instead headed straight for the Giant Step. It's out of place, but necessary to ensure the player knows how to save and whatnot.
Does anybody have any theories as to why the heck Ninten isn't doing anything about all this? He doesn't even make so much as a cameo, and he of all people would want to do something to help stop Giygas.
Maybe he is, just offscreen. It should be understood that the path one explores for their journey does not constitute the world in its entirety, and that Ninten lived in a completely different part of the world from Ness.
Given that Paula is supposed to have some powerful psionic powers, why didn't she use those to fend off Pokey and Carpainter? It's like, she gets captured and Ness has to rescue her all because the plot demands it.