- Why doesn't Snap get smudged by Rudy when he touches him? Or anything else in Chalk Zone, for that matter?
- It's Magic.
- Yeah, but magic chalk has all the vulnerabilities of regular chalk, so it seems weird that this one is excused for unexplained reasons.
- Isn't the reason they're usually in Chalk Zone?
- It's possible that zoners and inanimate things in ChalkZone take on at least some of the properties of what they are supposed to be, and thus can no longer be smudged as that weakness of chalk is overridden by the new properties given to it. For instance, the reason Snap isn't smudged is because, although he's chalk, his skin is of the same toughness as human skin while his clothes don't smear because they share the same properties as their Real World counterpart, just with the whole being made of chalk added in the mix.
- It's Magic.
- In "The Wiggies", Rudy says they can't wash away the chalk Wiggies in the real world, as it would erase them forever (basically murdering them). However, in "Howdy Rudy," the eponymous chalk dummy is licked by a dog in the real world until he melts away, and he appears in Chalkzone just like any other erased drawing. So... what does water do to Zoners??
- They explain at the end of "Howdy Rudy." Howdy Rudy was drawn in ChalkZone, not on a blackboard in the real world, meaning he'd never been erased. So when the dog licked him, it had the same effect as being erased or washed away by the rain — sending him into ChalkZone. The rule thus established is: The first time you're erased or washed away (typically on the blackboard or sidewalk where you were drawn, but not always, thanks to Magic Chalk), a chalk drawing ends up in Chalkzone; after that, if you're ever exposed to water, like Snap was at the end of "Snap Out of Water," you die.
- Real people probably can't eat Zone food—it's made of chalk too, which would probably melt as soon as you put it in your mouth. But then how on Earth was Rudy able to drink the Smooch cure??? It was still chalk limes and chalk coconuts, after all.
- Surprisingly, chalk can be ingested with minimal ill effects. So while it might not taste the best, people can definitely drink a chalk drink.
- Something I've always wondered; where do the letters, punctuation, numbers, and the like go when they're erased? You'd think that'd be filling up Chalk Zone by now since, you know, that's the primary purpose of school chalkboards.
- In the episode "The Towering Wilter", it's revealed they all end up at a dump in ChalkZone.
- I can't find the episode Double Trouble and the ChalkZone Wiki is of no help, so I'll ask this now: is Craniac 4 supposed to be male or female? I know it's a robot, but what gender is it referred to as?
- Given that there seems to be a 1:1 correlation between locations in the ChalkZone and the real world (you move 1 mile south in ChalkZone, you move 1 mile south in the real world), how does Snap keep finding the portals Rudy opens up?
- It's possible that the portals give off an aura that zoners who are particularly close to the drawer and/or were drawn by a magic chalk user (to explain fanfics that involve Skrawl being able to do this as well if they exist) are able to track. It's not 100% accurate and nobody knows this is the reason, hence why they never bring it up in canon; they just think Snap is ridiculously lucky.
- Chalkzone drawings all correspond to a chalk surface on earth,and appear next to it in the chalkzone, yet far-away chalk planets still exist. How did they get up there?
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