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General Discussion / Ted Woolsey
« on: December 29, 2009, 04:25:02 am »
This is kind of random, but Ted Woolsey's sons went to my high school, and were a year below me hahaha.
I just came back from college this winter break to visit the school before they went on break, and then all of a sudden I saw one of the kids, and he was talking about how he lived in Japan for a few years because of his Dad in the 90s, so I randomly asked him if his Dad's name was Ted (his last name was Woolsey), and he was like "Yeah, my Dad worked on Chrono Trigger." LOL.
So yeah, random fact. And apparently he has a lot of memorabilia from many early Square games. LUCKY!
Just thought I'd post my little highlight of my month xD

« on: July 02, 2008, 05:30:05 am »
Even if they don't translate it, I'm sure a bunch of fans will translate it quickly :)

« on: July 02, 2008, 05:14:18 am »
OMG, I hope they have a new ending or something!
More Schala ftw!

Loki, at the end of the game, when Kid and Schala unite, Schala is on the beach and there are no spikes O_o

Time, Space, and Dimensions / Re: Lavos and Guardian (boss) paradox?
« on: September 21, 2007, 09:26:33 pm »
I'm pretty sure it's canon that Crono and co defeat Lavos via the Black Omen in 12,000BC.
Anything else and you have conflicting evidence.
For instance, should Lavos be defeated in 1,999AD, firstly that means the humans would detect a distrubance, and Lavos' rising.
Secondly, it'd mean Zeal would be fact because of the ruined Black Omen and the people who saw it in 600AD +.

And that doesn't work out because the moment he went to Another World, it would have been doomed to be destroyed if he was going to live forever and one day turn into Lavos.

No, it would not. It only would if Serge lived there long enough to become Lavos, and he probably would have only went home if not by Lynx switching bodies with him. Body that FATE destroyed after unlocking the Prometeus Lock, transforming in that black machine thing.
The only possible problem would be that the future was still destroyed after Serge was in Lynx's body, but that can be anwered by: Lynx could also become a Lavos, but I doubt FATE would keep Lynx's body too if it was of no use anymore, just like it didn't keep Serge's, so probably Lynx would also die latter in the future of Another World, so neither would be able to create Lavos.

If what you're saying is right, then tell me why Home World's Sea of Eden became the Dead Sea? The reason was simply put that there was potential for Serge to cause the destruction of the future. So by going on that logic, Serge going to another world should have had the same results.
And no, Lynx could not become Lavos. Nobody could become Lavos. Only Schala and Lavos could merge one day.

No, it never said that Serge merge with the Time Devourer.
He is only said to to one day merge with the Time Devourer.
And that doesn't work out because the moment he went to Another World, it would have been doomed to be destroyed if he was going to live forever and one day turn into Lavos.

Time, Space, and Dimensions / Re: Guardia Royal Line Paradox
« on: September 01, 2007, 12:23:01 am »
Well, would you really trust a bunch of kids with the entire timeline of the world? Hell no.
They probably stepped on a heap of butterflys, killed many monsters that would evolve into something else in the prehistoric era.
The planet obvious has to somehow safeguard the time line, but only let Crono and co edit the main events that would lead to the planets demise. Otherwise Crono might as well never have met a bunch of people if the whole time line could be disrupted.

Time, Space, and Dimensions / Re: Guardia Royal Line Paradox
« on: August 31, 2007, 08:24:19 pm »
Or that Ayla, from the time stream perspective, will come back.

Or did anyone ever think that the planet, that actually created these gates, possibly put the rest of time on some sort of Hiatus or some kind of barrier so that the timeline wouldn't be drastically affected by time travel. Like each 12,000BC, ,600AD, 1000AD and 2300AD are all incased in their own pocket dimension or something, so that they change, but historically in between, for example, 1000AD-2300AD, it records Marle still existing there etc.

But then again, we have to also remember that in the original timeline, the Guardia Royal Line exists still, so does that mean Marle and Crono get together regardless, or that they're always destined to time travel and fix the world ?

Special Event Polling / Re: Rate Cross Characters 17: Luccia
« on: August 31, 2007, 08:17:43 pm »
Design: It's okay, looks like a mad scientist aught too.

Combat: She was alright, I liked her pins and good grid. She had low defense though >_<

Tilt: Her Slavic accent is tolerable. I like her backstory, like how her and Lucca worked together on things, and she gives Kid the letter, that was supposed to be more important. She's also connected to Grobyc and Norris, so she's alright in my book.

Final Grade: B

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Re: Crono Foreshadowing
« on: August 31, 2007, 08:13:00 pm »
Well, because Crono and co go back in time, and back into the future, history is changed.

We don't know exactly what happened the second time around. After Crono and co got teleported out, nobody knows.
That quote about "Melchior and Janus being warped into a gate" doesn't say when or where. It just says it happened.
The most likely probability is that it happened historically at the same time as it did in the original time line, so sometime later after Lavos awoke. All 3 Guru's could have been heading back there, and caught up to Janus, that was when he told Belthasar, or Belthasar knew himself from the black wind, even if he was on the continent or something.

The whole thing is very vague and problematic.
But then again, from Belthasar's perspective, it might also be that it's not that he knew Crono would die, but he simply calculated the chances that a hero would one day time travel, and try and go back to 12,000BC, and should one of them die, there is a back up plan, just like how Belthasar knew that time travellers would one day come and need his Wings of Time.

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Re: Crono Foreshadowing
« on: August 29, 2007, 02:16:40 am »
On the lines of what dankun was saying:

I think that Janus probably sensed Crono's death and told Belthasar. After all, I believe that the Guru's and Schala and Magus had a close connection, like the Guru's watched over them as their mother was always too busy for them.
It's explain why Melchior would try to save Janus from falling into the time gate and why Belthasar would put the world at risk to try and save Schala.

Special Event Polling / Re: CLOSED - Rate Cross Characters 13: Kid
« on: August 28, 2007, 11:16:30 pm »
And I say Harle > Kid. Too bad I wasn't here to vote for her when it was her time >_<

Special Event Polling / Re: CLOSED - Rate Cross Characters 13: Kid
« on: August 27, 2007, 12:40:05 pm »
It's my opinion, and I'll state what I want from my view >_>
Don't tell me what to do.

It said clearly that Kid was Schala's "Daughter-clone".
But it also said that in her last ditch effort to save herself, or at least her sanity (which would be her good side before Lavos dominates her), she sent out Kid. So if that were true, then to have Kid would be meaning to saver her O_o

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