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** He has other purposes, she's a thorn in his side but not his primary motivation.

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** He has other purposes, she's a thorn in his side side, but not his primary motivation.

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** Essentially, they seem to be cyborgs or artificial cybernetic lifeforms of some sort, with emphasis on "life". Their creation is specifically addressed as having been Von Reicther (who is actually Mengele) experimenting with cloning and putting cybernetic implants on corpses in concentration camps. He went on to perfect his craft until he was able to perfectly clone himself and making altered life forms, though the precise methods behind this are [[NothingIsScarier not explained]].


* Why exactly did Cyber decide to swap her gender for her civilian life? To better prevent her enemies from tracking her down? Because it's just kinda ''weird''.

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* Why exactly did Cyber decide to swap her gender for her civilian life? To better prevent her enemies from tracking her down? Because it's just kinda ''weird''.''weird''.
** The comics explain that Cyber's identity kinda zig-zagged as she became settled into life in Meridiana. After reaching the city she lived without a legal identity for a while, but one night happened to come across a car crash that killed a boy around her ageó the real Adrian Seidelman. Noting that he had his papers on him and their appearance was fairly similar, she buried his body away from the crash site and assumed his identity. Her vigilante persona emerged when she realised she would need to hunt Technos to survive, and thought it would be safer to keep that separate from her Adrian persona.


** Cyber was used relatively. When they were first created, they were meant to be servants, built to do everything their creator says. Much like a robot. They also depend on a depleting power source, much like batteries.

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** Cyber was used relatively. When they were first created, they were meant to be servants, built to do everything their creator says. Much like a robot. They also depend on a depleting power source, much like batteries.batteries.
* Why exactly did Cyber decide to swap her gender for her civilian life? To better prevent her enemies from tracking her down? Because it's just kinda ''weird''.


** Cyborgs That's what I am thinking. Man and machine.

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** Cyborgs That's what I am thinking. Man and machine.machine.
** Cyber was used relatively. When they were first created, they were meant to be servants, built to do everything their creator says. Much like a robot. They also depend on a depleting power source, much like batteries.

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** Cyborgs That's what I am thinking. Man and machine.


* So... what exactly ARE the Cybers? The way they're referred too seems to alternate between [[ArtificialHuman]]s and [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot]]s, and evidence in both prevalent adaptations (don't know much about the live-action version but I doubt it lasted long enough to address this) seems inconclusive.

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* So... what exactly ARE the Cybers? The way they're referred too seems to alternate between [[ArtificialHuman]]s [[ArtificialHuman genetically-engineered but organic superhumans]] and [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot]]s, [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot extremely lifelike androids]], and evidence in both prevalent adaptations (don't know much about the live-action version but I doubt it lasted long enough to address this) seems inconclusive.


** Sad to say this, but with it being the theme of a 1-season 1990's cartoon series with only a small cult following, there probablly just isn't enough interest out there for the rights holders to go through the hassle and expense of doing so and expect to make money doing it. I would doubt that the question has ever even been raised to the people in position to make such a decision. Here's hoping though!

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** Sad to say this, but with it being the theme of a 1-season 1990's cartoon series with only a small cult following, there probablly probably just isn't enough interest out there for the rights holders to go through the hassle and expense of doing so and expect to make money doing it. I would doubt that the question has ever even been raised to the people in position to make such a decision. Here's hoping though! though!
** Considering the series is finally seeing DVD release in 2014, at least some of the issues seem to have been resolved. If they do manage to get the opening theme issue straightened out, releasing the full theme as a bonus feature with that would be the perfect way to distribute it.
* So... what exactly ARE the Cybers? The way they're referred too seems to alternate between [[ArtificialHuman]]s and [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot]]s, and evidence in both prevalent adaptations (don't know much about the live-action version but I doubt it lasted long enough to address this) seems inconclusive.


** Apparently it's due to licensing issues of some sort. But I think they should at last try to work through them and release it to the general public. If the opening theme is any correlation, music that good shouldn't just be kept locked away someplace.

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** Apparently it's due to licensing issues of some sort. But I think they should at last try to work through them and release it to the general public. If the opening theme is any correlation, music that good shouldn't just be kept locked away someplace. someplace.
** Sad to say this, but with it being the theme of a 1-season 1990's cartoon series with only a small cult following, there probablly just isn't enough interest out there for the rights holders to go through the hassle and expense of doing so and expect to make money doing it. I would doubt that the question has ever even been raised to the people in position to make such a decision. Here's hoping though!


** Apparently it's due to licensing issues of some sort. But think they should at last try to work through them and release it to the general public. If the opening theme is any correlation, music that good shouldn't just be kept locked away someplace.

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** Apparently it's due to licensing issues of some sort. But I think they should at last try to work through them and release it to the general public. If the opening theme is any correlation, music that good shouldn't just be kept locked away someplace.

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**Apparently it's due to licensing issues of some sort. But think they should at last try to work through them and release it to the general public. If the opening theme is any correlation, music that good shouldn't just be kept locked away someplace.

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* Why don't they just release the full version of the song? It seems like a waste of money to make a full theme and then never release it in any way.

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** The comics have her getting Sustenance from Technos on the streets, just totally differently than in the show. She approaches the Techno (who doesn't realize she's a Cyber), punches them in the heart, bites their neck and drinks their Sustenance. Aside from the creations turning into glowing vials when killed, it's implied she does just that on the show when von Reichter isn't sending Fixed Ideas after her.

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