02:47:55 PM Feb 17th 2016
edited by WolfThunder
edited by WolfThunder
I added King of Dinosaurs under Ensemble Darkhorse, because of the positive reception I've seen from his announcement. I hope that's alright?
04:42:28 PM Feb 20th 2013
The NESTS organization are Well Intentioned Extremists who are manipulated by a Manipulative Bastard, Igniz
- I have my own theory that sheds an Alternative Character Interpretation in regard to the NESTS Cartel. Though NESTS has resorted to illegal means (e.g. crime namely) but I believe that they overall are utopianists (or then at least utlitarians) who believe that their research will be used to benefit mankind. The number of generally honorable people, those being Krizalid, Foxy, Diana, Kula Diamond, Candy, Original Zero, Nameless, Isolde, and even perhaps Oldman Nests himself * , seems a little high for a Nebulous Evil Organisation. Foxy and Kula outraged reaction at Igniz's usurption of the oldman and subsequent revealing of his true intentions as well as the fact that Foxy and Diana seek to re-establish the organizaion following its downfall in KOF 2001 would imply that NESTS was founded on achieving some sort of beneficial intentions (e.g. advances in medicine via bioengineering and technology).
- Igniz, on the other hand, is a is an undeniably evil person who has lead the organization behind his father's back for his own ulterior goal of ruling over a new world as a god. He demonstrates a lack of value for human life by discarding those who are either no longer usefull to him (e.g. Krizalid (albeit in an indirect way via Clone Zero's use of the Zero Cannon) and Nests) or a hindrance to his plans (his unsuccessful attempt to have Kula and Foxy killed). He also seems to imply in his dialogue just before fighting Team K' that he has been using K', Maxima, and Whip as unwitting pawns to gather data via their fights against Krizald and Clone Zero to make improvements to NESTS' clone program (not just only to create more powerful fighters to enforce his will, but also to suppress (possibly even outright eliminate) free will), but also because he simply enjoyed the suffering he has put them through. For Igniz to achieve his plans, it would likely involve commiting omnicide against Humankind and replacing everyone [[Evilutionary Biologist with absolutely obedient clones]].