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** There is some implication that there are minor factions like The Frozen and a few tribless creatures, but most of them seem to at least loosely ally with and are counted as part of one of the 4 big tribes


** This is probably more suited to WMG, but I think it's a parallel universe discovered/created via virtual world.
** I think I can answer that. Perim and Earth are ''real'', Chaotic is a sort of virtual world/hub that connects both worlds.

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** This is probably more suited to WMG, but I think perhaps it's a parallel universe discovered/created via virtual world.
** I think I can To answer that. that, Perim and Earth are ''real'', Chaotic is a sort of virtual world/hub that connects both worlds.



* Is Perim smaller than earth? Do the people in Perim know how big there planet is? are the four tribes bigger than they look? I mean the whole thing appears to be controlled by four tribes. Yet it has such a diverce climate and the underworld goes somewhere with lava. The force of gravity also appears to be normal.
** From what I can tell, it's probably the same size. Considering the advancement of their civilizations, and the fact that in one of the episodes there's creatures claiming territory, probably not. The tribes are fairly spread out across their respective lands, so who knows?

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* Is Perim smaller than earth? Do the people in Perim know how big there planet is? are the four tribes bigger than they look? I mean the The whole thing appears to be controlled by four tribes. Yet it has such a diverce climate and the underworld goes somewhere with lava. The force of gravity also appears to be normal.
** From what I can tell, it's told, it's probably the same size. Considering the advancement of their civilizations, and the fact that in one of the episodes there's creatures claiming territory, probably not. The tribes are fairly spread out across their respective lands, so who knows?



* One thing I never understood, why the heck did Bodal insist Tom scan him and put him on his battle team during his next match anyway?

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* One thing I that is never understood, why the heck did Bodal insist Tom scan him and put him on his battle team during his next match anyway?



* Something bothers me about seasons 2 and 3, what's with all the Overworlder's continued harassment of Tom and his friends? I mean this is the same kid who stood up to Chaor and Von Bloot in order to save their leader! Yet Maxxor's guards always try to shoot him on sight! Shouldn't Maxxor have instructed them not to fire on his human friend?

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* Something bothers me bothersome about seasons 2 and 3, what's with all the Overworlder's continued harassment of Tom and his friends? I mean Well, this is the same kid who stood up to Chaor and Von Bloot in order to save their leader! Yet Maxxor's guards always try to shoot him on sight! Shouldn't Maxxor have instructed them not to fire on his human friend?


** His own Ego and curosity. No one treats him with any respect so when Tom said he owed him, he decided it would be intersting to have Tom play him. He loses, no big deal, no one respects him anyway and he knows he's not a fighter. He wins and maybe people will respect him all little more.

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** His own Ego and curosity. curiosity. No one treats him with any respect so when Tom said he owed him, he decided it would be intersting interesting to have Tom play him. He loses, no big deal, no one respects him anyway and he knows he's not a fighter. He wins and maybe people will respect him all little more.



** In all fairness, they proably can't tell one human from another, and with the whole mind control thing, they didn't want to take chances.

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** In all fairness, they proably probably can't tell one human from another, and with the whole mind control thing, they didn't want to take chances.


** His own Ego and curosity. No one treats him with any respect so when Tom said he owned him, he decided it would be intersting to have Tom play him. He loses, no big deal, no one respects him anyway and he nows he knows he's not a fighter. He wins and maybe people will respect him al little more.

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** His own Ego and curosity. No one treats him with any respect so when Tom said he owned owed him, he decided it would be intersting to have Tom play him. He loses, no big deal, no one respects him anyway and he nows he knows he's not a fighter. He wins and maybe people will respect him al all little more.



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** There's also the fact that the prize players get for defeating a Code Master is a scan of an ultra rare location, meaning that Perim still has many places that most players have not explored or even found yet, which means it's definitely bigger than it seems.


** His own Ego and curosity. No one treats him with any respect so when Tom said he owned him, he decided it would be intersting to have Tom play him. He loses, no big deal, no one respects him anyway and he nows he' noto a fighter. He wins and maybe people will respect him al little more.

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** His own Ego and curosity. No one treats him with any respect so when Tom said he owned him, he decided it would be intersting to have Tom play him. He loses, no big deal, no one respects him anyway and he nows he' noto he knows he's not a fighter. He wins and maybe people will respect him al little more.


* 8 In all fairness, they proably can't tell one human from another, and with the whole mind control thing, they didn't want to take chances.

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* 8 ** In all fairness, they proably can't tell one human from another, and with the whole mind control thing, they didn't want to take chances.



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** His own Ego and curosity. No one treats him with any respect so when Tom said he owned him, he decided it would be intersting to have Tom play him. He loses, no big deal, no one respects him anyway and he nows he' noto a fighter. He wins and maybe people will respect him al little more.




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*8 In all fairness, they proably can't tell one human from another, and with the whole mind control thing, they didn't want to take chances.



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** However, there is a bit of a glaring flaw in that plan: If Perim really is like Earth, the polar ice caps will not hold enough frozen water to flood the planet entirely. Instead, the sea level would rise, and flood any areas below the new sea level. If you can factor in the Underworld, the effects would be even lessened(at least, to the Overworlders). The only good it would do is simply get rid of one or two tribes, if said tribes haven't evacuated to higher ground by then.


* Something bothers me about seasons 2 and 3, what's with all the Overworlder's continued harassment of Tom and his friends? I mean this is the same kid who stood up to Chaor and Von Bloot! Yet Maxxor's guards always try t shoot him on sight! Shouldn't Maxxor have instructed them not to fire on his human friend?

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* Something bothers me about seasons 2 and 3, what's with all the Overworlder's continued harassment of Tom and his friends? I mean this is the same kid who stood up to Chaor and Von Bloot! Bloot in order to save their leader! Yet Maxxor's guards always try t to shoot him on sight! Shouldn't Maxxor have instructed them not to fire on his human friend?


* One thing I never understood, why the heck did Bodal insist Tom scan him put him on his battle team during his next match anyway?

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* One thing I never understood, why the heck did Bodal insist Tom scan him and put him on his battle team during his next match anyway?
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* Something bothers me about seasons 2 and 3, what's with all the Overworlder's continued harassment of Tom and his friends? I mean this is the same kid who stood up to Chaor and Von Bloot! Yet Maxxor's guards always try t shoot him on sight! Shouldn't Maxxor have instructed them not to fire on his human friend?

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* One thing I never understood, why the heck did Bodal insist Tom scan him put him on his battle team during his next match anyway?



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** From what I can tell, it's probably the same size. Considering the advancement of their civilizations, and the fact that in one of the episodes there's creatures claiming territory, probably not. The tribes are fairly spread out across their respective lands, so who knows?



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*** And even if that weren't the case and somebody did have a reason to sue him/her, who in their right mind would take the case SERIOUSLY? Remember Kaz almost got sent to some kind of sanitarium for claiming that Chaotic/Perim was real, anybody who tried to sue Chaotic for something that happened in the 'real' Chaotic/Perim they'd probably be thrown into the nearest nuthouse.



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**And don't forget like 95% of the population in Chaotic are teenagers or kids, who probably don't completely understand the magnitude of a world-wide war unless it directly affects them. Most of them just go into Perim, get the scans, and get out before some pissed off creature decides to turn them into code. Tom and the others spend time and actually get to know the creatures in Perim, even befriended a good number of them, so they better understand the war and it's hardships.

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