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** "[[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove "[[WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewGroove Why do we even have that input?]]"


[[WMG:There will be a MyImmortal like fanfic staring a OriginalCharacter ParodySue named "0".]]

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[[WMG:There will be a MyImmortal ''Fanfic/MyImmortal'' like fanfic staring a OriginalCharacter ParodySue named "0".]]

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[[WMG: The world of 9 is all in the Scientist's head.]]
The war actually ended long ago with the Fabrication Machine's destruction, but the Scientist, having given up on machinery and moving to chemistry, is still emotionally traumatized by the experience, almost to the point of going insane, so a small part of his mind, which is represented by the Scientist, took the Scientist's personality traits, made them into the Stitchpunks, and made them go off on their own to defeat the negative memories and nightmares that the war produced, with 9 representing the most positive trait.

[[WMG: The Stitchpunks represent the personalities of close friends and family of the Scientist.]]
** 1 represents the Chancellor, since 1 acts as a leader, albeit a not so good one, and although 9 reactivated the Fabrication Machine, the Chancellor was the one who had it built in his arrogance, and blamed the Scientist for it turning on humanity, and 1 is the most responsible for the internal conflict that occurs within the Stitchpunks, mostly with 9 and 7.
** 2 represents the Scientist's parents, as they taught the Scientist growing up, and 2 acts as a temporary mentor figure towards 9, and is overall very kind towards him. It was likely they were very old when they had him, as 2 is mentioned to be the oldest of the Stitchpunks. When the war first broke out, they were probably the Fabrication Machine's first victims. In the short film however, this could apply to 5.
** 3 and 4 represent the Scientist's two children, as they are said to be twins, and the historian part is that the Scientist taught them almost everything his parents taught him, and they were respectively 3 and 4 when the war broke out. They were capable of speech, but preferred not to, since the Scientist taught them that actions speak louder than words.
** 5 represents the Scientist's doctor, an inventor who spent most of his free time around the Scientist hanging out with him whenever he felt like it, almost like a best friend to him, but was blind in one eye, yet didn't mind it. 9 spends most of the film around 5, who acts as a best friend role for 9, and also has one eye. The doctor part is self-explanatory.
** 6 represents a friend of the Scientist who was an aspiring artist that was mentally unstable, and spent most of his time trying to draw masterpieces that has a meaning to them, but was plagued by nightmares that led to his instability, and the war made it all worse, completely dashing his dream.
** 7 represents the Scientist's wife, who was a tomboyish friend of the Scientist growing up, althought she wasn't a Tsundere. The two of them later fell in love, and married. His wife was also a world championship boxer who went on to compete in the Olympics, which explains 7's fighter nature, and was the most close to the Scientist, and defended him from the Chancellor during the war with a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech aimed at the Chancellor.
** 8 represents the Scientist's wife's brother, who was also a sporty man, and was rather on good terms with the Scientist, but didn't trust him internally, and threatened the Scientist with brutalization if he didn't treat his sister right. When she found out, she scolded him for it, and threatened him if he didn't leave the Scientist alone. He was also a world championship wrestler who also competed in the Olympics with his sister, and gave the two his blessing at their wedding, since the Scientist had earned his trust by cheering the two of them on, and stood by his sister during the war, in the hope that it would make up for not being there for the Scientist when the Chancellor blamed him.
** And last but not least, 9 represents the Scientist himself, as a person who was driven by questions growing up, and remained fearless most of his life, and was remarkably intelligent, since he was the one who made the Fabrication Machine when it was called the B.R.A.I.N, and constantly confronted the Chancellor before the war broke out, earning himself a enemy, like most of 9's interactions with 1. 9 is also the least flawed of the Stitchpunks, as the positive traits of the Scientist's personality. The Scientist placed him with the burden of restoring life to the planet, as the Scientist felt incredibly guilty for the Fabrication Machine's creation, and kitted the Stitchpunk souls with eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells in order to recreate life.


* But the movie wasn't even set in America in the first place. It's clearly a post WW1 German town the movie takes place in.

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* But the movie wasn't even set in America in the first place. It's clearly a post WW1 post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarI German town the movie takes place in.


The creation of robotics goes much earlier than planned. The chancellor was actually the CEO of Buy n Large. 9, 7, and 5 are the counterparts of WALL•E, EVE, and M-O. Also, ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''' replaces ''Film/HelloDolly'' as the main character's superficial attachment to humanity.

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The creation of robotics goes much earlier than planned. The chancellor was actually the CEO of Buy n Large. 9, 7, and 5 are the counterparts of WALL•E, EVE, and M-O. Also, ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''' ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' replaces ''Film/HelloDolly'' as the main character's superficial attachment to humanity.


The creation of robotics goes much earlier than planned. The chancellor was actually the CEO of Buy n Large. 9, 7, and 5 are the counterparts of WALL•E, EVE, and M-O. Also, WizardOfOz replaces Hello, Dolly! as the main character's superficial attachment to humanity.

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The creation of robotics goes much earlier than planned. The chancellor was actually the CEO of Buy n Large. 9, 7, and 5 are the counterparts of WALL•E, EVE, and M-O. Also, WizardOfOz ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''' replaces Hello, Dolly! ''Film/HelloDolly'' as the main character's superficial attachment to humanity.


* [[BadAss 7]]s are daring, free-spirited, fun, enthusiastic, productive when motivated, and possibly reckless.

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* [[BadAss 7]]s 7s are daring, free-spirited, fun, enthusiastic, productive when motivated, and possibly reckless.


[[WMG: A chronology exists between ''Film/{{Nine}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Machinarium}}'', and ''Film/{{Robots}}''.]]
* 9 is where it begins, Machinarium is the evolution of sentient robots that live in a still-battered world filled with human garbage and their own. ''Film/{{Robots}}'' takes place centuries later, where the planet's been cleaned up and everyone's living peacefully...or so it seems.

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[[WMG: A chronology exists between ''Film/{{Nine}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Nine}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Machinarium}}'', and ''Film/{{Robots}}''.''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}''.]]
* 9 ''9'' is where it begins, Machinarium ''Machinarium'' is the evolution of sentient robots that live in a still-battered world filled with human garbage and their own. ''Film/{{Robots}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'' takes place centuries later, where the planet's been cleaned up and everyone's living peacefully...peacefully... or so it seems.


** "[[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove Why do we even ''have'' that input?]]"

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** "[[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove Why do we even ''have'' have that input?]]"


** "[[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove Why do we even]] ''[[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove have]]'' [[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove that input?]]"

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** "[[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove Why do we even]] ''[[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove have]]'' [[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove even ''have'' that input?]]"


[[WMG:9 is a grown-up Sackboy from ''LittleBigPlanet''.]]

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[[WMG:9 is a grown-up Sackboy from ''LittleBigPlanet''.''VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet''.]]


[[WMG:Going with the above, the entire film is an AU of WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}}.]]
The creation of robotics goes much earlier than planned. The chancellor was actually the CEO of Buy n Large. 9, 7, and 5 are the counterparts of Wall-E, [=EVE=], and [=M-O=]. Also, WizardOfOz replaces Hello, Dolly! as the main character's superficial attachment to humanity.

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[[WMG:Going with the above, the entire film is an AU of WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}}.''WesternAnimation/WallE''.]]
The creation of robotics goes much earlier than planned. The chancellor was actually the CEO of Buy n Large. 9, 7, and 5 are the counterparts of Wall-E, [=EVE=], WALL•E, EVE, and [=M-O=].M-O. Also, WizardOfOz replaces Hello, Dolly! as the main character's superficial attachment to humanity.



[[WMG:9 is a prequel to ''WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}}'']]
The rainstorms at the end of the film carried over to the storms seen in WALL-E, and allowed the plant to grow.

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[[WMG:9 is a prequel to ''WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}}'']]
''WesternAnimation/WallE'']]
The rainstorms at the end of the film carried over to the storms seen in WALL-E, ''WALL•E'', and allowed the plant to grow.



[[WMG: 9 and WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}} take place in the same universe, a few centuries apart.]]
Aside from the fact that 9 is animated mostly in drab colors and Wall-E is in Pixar technocolor, the situation on Earth in these two films looks ''very'' similar.
* The Chancellor and the B&L CEO produced very similar news blurbs, though those belonging to the former are a more militeristic.
* Though Wall-E states that the humans left earth because they had polluted it, the CEO does put on a gas mask just before leaving during the secret message--the life on earth in 9 was also killed with gas.

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[[WMG: 9 [[WMG:''9'' and WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}} ''WesternAnimation/WallE'' take place in the same universe, a few centuries apart.]]
Aside from the fact that 9 ''9'' is animated mostly in drab colors and Wall-E ''WALL•E'' is in Pixar technocolor, the situation on Earth in these two films looks ''very'' similar.
* The Chancellor and the B&L [=BnL=] CEO produced very similar news blurbs, though those belonging to the former are a more militeristic.
militaristic.
* Though Wall-E ''WALL•E'' states that the humans left earth because they had polluted it, the CEO does put on a gas mask just before leaving during the secret message--the life on earth in 9 was also killed with gas.


When we see the machine after it has been made, it looks a ''lot'' like the modules that make up [=GLaDOS=]. Or it could alternately be [[TwoThousandOne HAL]] or [[WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}} AUTO]]. Mainly, it's that they're all (semi)sentient machines created by man to do good, but become evil. Also, they all share the whole "one eye that glows red" thing.

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When we see the machine after it has been made, it looks a ''lot'' like the modules that make up [=GLaDOS=]. Or it could alternately be [[TwoThousandOne [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey HAL]] or [[WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}} [[WesternAnimation/WallE AUTO]]. Mainly, it's that they're all (semi)sentient machines created by man to do good, but become evil. Also, they all share the whole "one eye that glows red" thing.


[[WMG:The Fabrication Machine has a very hungry soul...the soul of [[CrisisOnInfiniteEarths MANDRAKK!]]]]

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[[WMG:The Fabrication Machine has a very hungry soul...the soul of [[CrisisOnInfiniteEarths [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths MANDRAKK!]]]]


[[WMG: A chronology exists between ''Film/{{Nine}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Machinarium}}'', and ''Film/{{Robots}}''. 9 is where it begins, Machinarium is the evolution of sentient robots that live in a still-battered world filled with human garbage and their own. ''Film/{{Robots}}'' takes place centuries later, where the planet's been cleaned up and everyone's living peacefully...or so it seems.]]

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[[WMG: A chronology exists between ''Film/{{Nine}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Machinarium}}'', and ''Film/{{Robots}}''. ]]
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9 is where it begins, Machinarium is the evolution of sentient robots that live in a still-battered world filled with human garbage and their own. ''Film/{{Robots}}'' takes place centuries later, where the planet's been cleaned up and everyone's living peacefully...or so it seems.]]
seems.

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