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** Some of the Amazons seen in-show have been shown to be able to communicate with others and [[LivingADoubleLife pretend to assume normal lives]]. It's possible that the Amazons that attempted to assume TheMasquerade had more than enough time to put these plans in place in-between meals. [[note]][[FridgeLogic It's this very cognitive/adaptive ability that gets Haruka thinking that they're more than just vermin.]][[/note]] For hyper-evolved organisms like the Amazonz, it's simply a matter of time and learning. Four years is a lot of time for someone to adapt to a new culture, especially one as role-based as Japan's. [[FridgeLogic It wouldn't matter whether they were Human or not. They can pretend to be; and that's what makes them dangerous]].

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** Some of the Amazons seen in-show have been shown to be able to communicate with others and [[LivingADoubleLife pretend to assume normal lives]]. It's possible that the Amazons that attempted to assume TheMasquerade had more than enough time to put these plans in place in-between meals. [[note]][[FridgeLogic It's this very cognitive/adaptive ability that gets Haruka thinking that they're more than just vermin.]][[/note]] For hyper-evolved organisms like the Amazonz, it's simply a matter of time and learning. Four Two years is a lot of time for someone to meekly adapt to a new culture, especially one as role-based as Japan's. [[FridgeLogic It wouldn't matter whether they were Human or not. They can pretend to be; and that's what makes them dangerous]].


** Some of the Amazons seen in-show have been shown to be able to communicate with others and [[LivingADoubleLife pretend to assume normal lives]]. It's possible that the Amazons that attempted to assume TheMasquerade had more than enough time to put these plans in place in-between meals. For hyper-evolved organisms like the Amazonz, it's simply a matter of adapting to what seems foreign to them. Four years is a lot of time for someone to adapt to a new culture, especially one as role-based as Japan's.

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** Some of the Amazons seen in-show have been shown to be able to communicate with others and [[LivingADoubleLife pretend to assume normal lives]]. It's possible that the Amazons that attempted to assume TheMasquerade had more than enough time to put these plans in place in-between meals. [[note]][[FridgeLogic It's this very cognitive/adaptive ability that gets Haruka thinking that they're more than just vermin.]][[/note]] For hyper-evolved organisms like the Amazonz, it's simply a matter of adapting to what seems foreign to them.time and learning. Four years is a lot of time for someone to adapt to a new culture, especially one as role-based as Japan's. [[FridgeLogic It wouldn't matter whether they were Human or not. They can pretend to be; and that's what makes them dangerous]].


** Some of the Amazons seen in-show have been shown to be able to communicate with others and [[LivingADoubleLife pretend to assume normal lives]]. It's possible that the Amazons that aattempted to assume TheMasquerade had more than enough time to put these plans in place in-between meals. Four years is a lot of time for someone to adapt to a new culture, especially one as role-based as Japan's.

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** Some of the Amazons seen in-show have been shown to be able to communicate with others and [[LivingADoubleLife pretend to assume normal lives]]. It's possible that the Amazons that aattempted attempted to assume TheMasquerade had more than enough time to put these plans in place in-between meals.meals. For hyper-evolved organisms like the Amazonz, it's simply a matter of adapting to what seems foreign to them. Four years is a lot of time for someone to adapt to a new culture, especially one as role-based as Japan's.


* The Amazons are stated to be nothing but masses of man-made cells that happen to look like humans, but a few of them show a proficiency in integrating into the outside world that calls this into question. The Queen Ant Amazon posing as an apartment owner and drawing in prey by calling a repair company to fix her refrigerator. The first Butterfly Amazon posing as a bus driver. How would they know to do these things if they'd always been Amazons? If they had always been Amazons, then presumably they would have had no prior knowledge or experience with the outside world prior to their escape. So how would these two Amazons be able to put together these complex plans without such experience? It's one thing to be intelligent enough to formulate such a plan, but it's another thing entirely to know elements of said plan exist in order to put them into effect. Is it possible that some of the escaped Amazons could have actually been human originally? After all, we know that a human implanted with Amazon Cells will be transformed into an Amazon because that's what Jin did.

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* The Amazons are stated to be nothing but masses of man-made cells that happen to look like humans, but a few of them show a proficiency in integrating into the outside world that calls this into question. The Queen Ant Amazon posing as an apartment owner and drawing in prey by calling a repair company to fix her refrigerator. The first Butterfly Amazon posing as a bus driver. How would they know to do these things if they'd always been Amazons? If they had always been Amazons, then presumably they would have had no prior knowledge or experience with the outside world prior to their escape. So how would these two Amazons be able to put together these complex plans without such experience? It's one thing to be intelligent enough to formulate such a plan, but it's another thing entirely to know elements of said plan exist in order to put them into effect. Is it possible that some of the escaped Amazons could have actually been human originally? After all, we know that a human implanted with Amazon Cells will be transformed into an Amazon because that's what Jin did.did.
** Some of the Amazons seen in-show have been shown to be able to communicate with others and [[LivingADoubleLife pretend to assume normal lives]]. It's possible that the Amazons that aattempted to assume TheMasquerade had more than enough time to put these plans in place in-between meals. Four years is a lot of time for someone to adapt to a new culture, especially one as role-based as Japan's.

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* The Amazons are stated to be nothing but masses of man-made cells that happen to look like humans, but a few of them show a proficiency in integrating into the outside world that calls this into question. The Queen Ant Amazon posing as an apartment owner and drawing in prey by calling a repair company to fix her refrigerator. The first Butterfly Amazon posing as a bus driver. How would they know to do these things if they'd always been Amazons? If they had always been Amazons, then presumably they would have had no prior knowledge or experience with the outside world prior to their escape. So how would these two Amazons be able to put together these complex plans without such experience? It's one thing to be intelligent enough to formulate such a plan, but it's another thing entirely to know elements of said plan exist in order to put them into effect. Is it possible that some of the escaped Amazons could have actually been human originally? After all, we know that a human implanted with Amazon Cells will be transformed into an Amazon because that's what Jin did.

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